What's for dinner tonight?

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sobrohusfat wrote: Aug 3rd, 2021, 7:13 pm ...misc veg from the garden
Damn, this is the best time of the year for fresh veggies and fruit.
Just the other day the wife roasted red and yellow beets, patty pan squash, green onions, carrots and tomatoes, all together.
There could have been a couple of other items in there too.

But the most-looked-forward-to food of year is always that first tomato that you pick.
Ahhh, real flavour. :up:
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bb49 wrote: Aug 3rd, 2021, 8:47 pm
But the most-looked-forward-to food of year is always that first tomato that you pick.
Ahhh, real flavour. :up:
I got the second one the other day...damn rat got the first one! :-X
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Tonight will be pork schnitzel with potato wedges and salad. Just got my grocery delivery from Save-On-Foods and bought 3 pork tenderloins they had on sale. Excellent looking pieces totalling 7.40 lbs. at $3.49/lb.
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oneh2obabe wrote: Nov 8th, 2021, 8:19 am Tonight will be pork schnitzel with potato wedges and salad. Just got my grocery delivery from Save-On-Foods and bought 3 pork tenderloins they had on sale. Excellent looking pieces totalling 7.40 lbs. at $3.49/lb.
Do you make your own schnitzel from the tenderloin?
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^^^You betcha. Might even do a mushroom gravy.
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oneh2obabe wrote: Nov 8th, 2021, 8:42 am ^^^You betcha. Might even do a mushroom gravy.
What time is dinner?

Mrs S doesn't like shroom's so I rarely get that.
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My youngest kiddo requested pumpkin soup from the pumpkins DH grew. I will take some to work and leave some for her.
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Just cracked open the first blue hubbard squash from our garden. My wife roasted it and found it needed no sugar it was so sweet.
Looks like squash soup tonight. :up:
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Honey Garlic Chicken Wings...awesome!
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mushroom soup (not Shiitake mushrooms) & toasted salmon melts


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Peanut Thai ground pork with spinach on rice.
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Leftovers. Roast, backed potato, and whatever else is left.
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It's my Birthday and we are going out for Oriental food.
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We had ham, sweet potato fries and peas and carrots
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breaded beef cutlets - baked potato - (grapeless) veg

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