What's for dinner tonight?

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Sounds great, but, I would substitute Broccoli for that Asparagus stuff. (Just my personal choice).

I looked it up, the picture and recipe look good.

How many are you cooking this for?
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We are going to order Chinese take out
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Bsuds wrote:We are going to order Chinese take out
They said 2 hours for the order and the next choice was 1.5 hours.

We had crappy, dry McD burgers. Kind of appropriate way to end to a horrible year. :-X
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New Year’s Eve is a bad time to order take out... kinda like trying to find restaurant on mother’s day.
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Ham, scalloped potatoes, broccoli.
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Roast pork, mashed potatoes, gravy, garlic bread with Caesar salad
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Supporting one of our local restaurants with a pick-up order.
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Tonight is going to be the last of the home made corn chowder, loaded with veggies, that I made from Day's corn last Summer, and of course a cheesy bread stick (that I made yesterday)....all hot and buttered.
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Beef Dip tonight
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Mild Cajun chicken wings with salad & veggies. Leftovers for work tomorrow.

Me and hot spicy food... don’t get along very well.
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tonight, shepherds pie, gravy, cesar salad and home made buns
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Yes she did - she made the tourtière

Oh so very very YES!
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:up: :up: great looking pie. And you'll have leftovers for tomorrow.

Tonight will be grilled bone-in rib eye steak (my only steak this year) along with stuffed double-baked potato, steamed asparagus, broccoli and Brussels sprouts and a small Caesar salad.
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sobrohusfat wrote:
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Yes she did - she made the tourtière

Oh so very very YES!
That looks perfect. Good job.
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What a meal we had tonight.
My wife hasn't much to do being that we're keeping our bubble small, so she really went to town tonight. And all Italian!
First up was polenta, with chicken.
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Then came a side dish of gnocchi, made from our own potatoes.
Dessert was zabaione. Made with a touch of Amaretto.
And all washed down with the better part of a bottle of Valpolicella.

Now we have leftovers for a night or two. But no more of that to-die-for zabaione.
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