The Official "What's for Dinner" Thread!

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  1. Bodha

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    Grilled chicken breast, gluten free angel hair pasta, lettuce and tomato and Chick peas.

    I keep it light before bed time.
     
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    Sis had the meat version. Said it was good. :)
     
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    Honey glazed ham;
    Homemade mashed potatoes;
    Steamed green beans in herb butter;
    Rum cake for dessert;

    And 2 rum & cokes.

    Full, relatives are happy, and it's nap time!
     
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    Pork Chops with Sweet and Sour Peppers.

    Delish!
     
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    Crust pizza! YUM!!!!
     
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    Roast chicken, pommes puree, mushroom gravy, steamed broccoli.
     
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    Whats pommes purée?
     
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    http://www.seriouseats.com/talk/2010/02/basic-pommes-puree-tips.html
     
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    Bought a turkey at $0.50 / lb, so a 16 lb turkey for $8.

    Cooked it Tuesday, so...

    Tuesday: Roasted turkey w/ gravy, stuffing, and steamed asparagus.

    Wednesday: Turkey enchiladas with refried beans.

    Thursday (today): Turkey pot pie.

    And planning on:

    Friday: Twice baked potatoes and shredded BBQ turkey;

    Saturday: Sandwiches and turkey soup.
     
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    In honor of Cinco de Mayo, I made carne asada with tomatillo avocado salsa. As someone who is still cooking with the training wheels on, this was a big step for me. I used the broiler setting for the first time ever and discovered what a tomatillo was!
     
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    Last night was carne asada burritos and home made spanish rice. Tonight pot roast.

    I find putting only enough water to coat the botom of the crockpot, loading it w veggies and potatos and putting the meat on top makes it the best. The juice marinades the potatoes and etc while the meat doesn't get rubbery. Also sear prior to adding in favorite seasonings

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    My wife made homemade calzones. Mmmmm.
     
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