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Re: What's for dinner tonight?

PostPosted: Oct 26th, 2016, 9:03 am
by 67CougarLover
Just popping in I think Bonanza Meats & Deli at 185 Adams Rd. might have the sweet pickled cottage rolls. 250 765 9741

Re: What's for dinner tonight?

PostPosted: Oct 26th, 2016, 4:01 pm
by just popping in
67CougarLover wrote:Just popping in I think Bonanza Meats & Deli at 185 Adams Rd. might have the sweet pickled cottage rolls. 250 765 9741


Thank you "67" they do and/or make one with a 2 day in advance request!

Re: What's for dinner tonight?

PostPosted: Jun 10th, 2017, 7:09 am
by Temet Nosce
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Re: What's for dinner tonight?

PostPosted: Jun 10th, 2017, 8:06 am
by Merry
As someone with a wheat allergy who has tried and failed to find a decent wheat free bun, I'd sure appreciate it if you'd post the recipe.

Thanks.

Re: What's for dinner tonight?

PostPosted: Jun 10th, 2017, 9:01 am
by Temet Nosce
Merry wrote:As someone with a wheat allergy who has tried and failed to find a decent wheat free bun, I'd sure appreciate it if you'd post the recipe.

Thanks.



You too sorry to hear that...I have Celiac D so I understand. I usually avoid all Gluten free products because they are high calorie, awful, unhealthy, and over priced. So I wish I could say I made this bun Merry (and had a recipe for you) but I didn't make it sorry. I love to cook but baking just find I don't have the time. I ordered these hamburger buns from Low Carb Canada https://www.lowcarbcanada.ca/collections/bakery.

They also carry Queen Street Bakery products that are not only gluten free but also low carb--and amazing! https://www.facebook.com/queenstreetglutenfree

Their bread to me is better then normal bread and it's low carb. Their 'Rustic Bun' is pretty good also if you want a bun for a sandwich not just a hamburger bun. I wish Queen Street Bakery would open a location in Vancouver. I had to order their products out of Toronto because the Low Carb Grocery in Burnaby http://www.thelowcarbgrocery.com/
doesn't have their products right now--but they do carry them sometimes and it is easier to order from the Burnaby location when back in stock.

It takes awhile for shipping from Toronto and the bread products come frozen so you don't want to order in Summer time or they will spoil. Another option that may be more economical and easier to order year round is they sell 'some' gluten free bread mixes if you are a baker but I haven't tried them but might be worth a try. I will warn you all of the products on both websites are over priced just like all gluten free products but at least they don't taste like cardboard.

These particular buns in picture: 1x Smart Baking - SmartBUN - Plain - 4 pack (sold at Toronto location) also they have their own smart bun website https://smart-baking.com/product/plain-smartbun/ I am not sure if they are sold anywhere else.

A colleague of mine once gave me a bread recipe she uses and she swore by it. If I can find it I will post it for you...

Re: What's for dinner tonight?

PostPosted: Jul 1st, 2017, 12:29 pm
by fvkasm2x
PASGHETTI !!

Re: What's for dinner tonight?

PostPosted: Jul 4th, 2017, 9:22 pm
by george~
Slow cooked tender pork chops in a sweet n sour sauce with pineapple tidbits, white rice and mini white potatos MMMMMMMMMMM

Re: What's for dinner tonight?

PostPosted: Jul 5th, 2017, 6:09 am
by Alexa1994
Macaroni with Cream and Cheese :smt045

Re: What's for dinner tonight?

PostPosted: Jul 10th, 2017, 12:18 am
by Nicolas_St
Chicken Khebab (Turkish recipe) ! The main thing is to marinade meat for not less than 5 hours in yogurt with spices!! yammmmmm :up:

Re: What's for dinner tonight?

PostPosted: Sep 3rd, 2017, 1:19 pm
by Temet Nosce
Blueberry cherry avocado kale yogurt smoothie-- Vitamix Ascent A3500 best blender I have ever owned! Love it :biggrin:

Re: What's for dinner tonight?

PostPosted: Sep 4th, 2017, 7:47 pm
by dirtybiker
Marinated New York Steak, stuffed and baked potatoes, mushrooms with a crab/shrimp/cream cheese stuffing,
wild rice stuffed red bell peppers and some coho salmon.
Double chocolate cake.

Some of these things don't fit into my dietary needs but, it sure was good. :smt045

Re: What's for dinner tonight?

PostPosted: Sep 4th, 2017, 7:56 pm
by Lady tehMa
Temet Nosce wrote:Blueberry cherry avocado kale yogurt smoothie-- Vitamix Ascent A3500 best blender I have ever owned! Love it :biggrin:


I'm jealous! I've heard they're fantastic, but out of my price range :p

Dinner was chicken and a salad (nothing exciting) but I made a ketogenic loaf cake for dessert. No sugar, no wheat flour. The recipe used almond flour (pricey) and a sweetener called Lakanto (hella expensive!)

http://www.completelyketo.com/harlan-kilsteins-keto-holiday-honey-cake/ Low sugar/low carb - and tasted pretty good. I only needed one slice (which is good 'cause I won't make this often at that price!)

Re: What's for dinner tonight?

PostPosted: Sep 25th, 2017, 10:04 pm
by dirtybiker
After a 15 hr day with no breaks, my supper;
a couple slices of week old ham, wrapped in week old chicken with a
squirt of bold and spicy mustard.

Yum, Supper.

Re: What's for dinner tonight?

PostPosted: Sep 28th, 2017, 6:49 pm
by Catsumi
Dirtybiker. I sincerely hope you've had the time to go shopping for fresher provisions. No ill effects from your somewhat outdated provender?

:smt045

Re: What's for dinner tonight?

PostPosted: Oct 15th, 2017, 7:52 pm
by JLives
Mooseghetti. From bush to table within 24 hours. We ground the meat ourselves.