What's for dinner tonight?

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I broke down and remembered a cabbage/apple dish that is served piping hot. And so I made it. Pork roast surrounded by carrots/onions/garlic with piping hot German cabbage/apple and mashed potatoes. Forgot how good a hot meal can be. :D
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Homemade pasta with spaghetti meat sauce and meatballs. Cheesy garlic bread/toast on the side.
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Goin' old school; Grilled cheese with Wonderbread/Kraft Singles and Campbell's tomato soup with lots and lots of pepper.

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The other night we had a fabulous home-cooked meal of Indian food. Amazing, and I'm not usually a fan of it.
But, it was topped by my wife's desert,
PAVLOVA :200: :up:

She was stressing what to make for desert, the theme was two colours, green and red. So my mind quickly went back to when we were introduced to Pavlova, and it always had kiwi fruit on it. My solution was to include strawberries.
Unfortunately, the grandkids loved it, which meant less for us to bring home. :-X
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I am extremely lazy today so I picked up pre-made wings, already had veggies & salad.
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Roasted crisp on the outside mini potatoes from the garden.
Roasted giant parsnips from the garden.
Chunk of dead cattle rolled in crushed peppercorn and thyme-roasted with everything else but for only 25 min so it's red on the inside and re roastable next day.
Reroastable...is that even a real word?
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Extreme Nacho's and beer.
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We had Honey Garlic Chicken Wings and salad.
Cooked the wings in the instant pot and then under the broiler with the sauce to finish.

Mmmm!
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Friend and I were chatting about some of the things we ate years ago and haven't had in ages, so I made a hot hamburg sandwich w/homemade beef/mushroom gravy, mashed taters, corn niblets, side salad and a vanilla milkshake.
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didn't want to start a thread about chocolate bombs, so I thought I would just ask the question in this thread..

has anybody tried them yet ?? I'm seeing them advertised all over FB lately..
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We cut open our first Blue Hubbard Squash. My favourite squash.
This one was about average in size, just under two feet long,
This is such a great squash for roasting and then turning into soup. Which is what we had for supper.
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We had roast chicken tonight. First real meal I've been able to eat in 4-5 days.
(Damn antibiotics have really buggered up my stomach)
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Stomach has been better lately and finished the meds yesterday ! :up:

Not Turkey tonight! lol But I do have a big batch of Turkey A La King simmering on the stove.

We had a 16 lb Turkey for 5 people. Bought it on sale after Thanksgiving.

Steak tonight.
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bb49 wrote: PAVLOVA
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Had to look it up ... dang !
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breakfast

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lunch

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supper

but I was still hungry - I don't know why - so just before going to sleep I had five of these sandwiches.

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