What's for dinner tonight?

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Leftover roast and gravy from Thursday became Beef stroganoff on egg noodles with broccoli
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Our son cooked up prime rib, yorkies (not the dog type) roasted taters and steamed asparagus. :up: :up:

That's for both are Birthday dinners. (the "are" is for the truth so he can understand this post) :biggrin:
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Bsuds wrote: Nov 14th, 2021, 7:46 pm Our son cooked up prime rib, yorkies (not the dog type) roasted taters and steamed asparagus. :up: :up:

That's for both are Birthday dinners. (the "are" is for the truth so he can understand this post) :biggrin:
Damn, we haven't had roast beef and Yorkshire pudding in ages. I better go suck up to the wife. :biggrin:
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Beef stroganoff soup with cauliflower and kale.
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Pick up couple items from Chinese takeout:
Chicken Fried rice & curry chicken with vegetables.

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Oven roasted sausage with broccoli, carrots and tomatoes AND tator tots
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Leftover veggie frittata and a half of a baked potato.
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We had Lasagna from a Pizza place. Disappointing to say the least. I had it at one of the chains locations in Richmond and it was very good there.

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last Thanksgiving we ended up with an extra turkey so we cooked it and then threw it in the freezer.
It came out three days ago and we had hot turkey sandwiches last night and at lunch today. Even found a jar of home-made cranberry sauce in the cupboard.
And along with the turkey, there was stuffing and gravy.

Deeelicious.
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I also give thanks for this ethos richness bestowed on us via British Colonialism.

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Went grocery shopping today. We're having fermented cabbage and a can of chickpeas.
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Oven roasted Pork chops, baked potato and steamed cauliflower
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bb49 wrote: Nov 19th, 2021, 8:15 pm last Thanksgiving we ended up with an extra turkey so we cooked it and then threw it in the freezer.
It came out three days ago and we had hot turkey sandwiches last night and at lunch today. Even found a jar of home-made cranberry sauce in the cupboard.
And along with the turkey, there was stuffing and gravy.

Deeelicious.
Had Turkey a-la-king last night. Left over from Thanksgiving and MrsS had a Turkey pot pie from then too.

Pork Roast tonight.
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Slow-cooked braised lamb shanks with baby potatoes, parsnips, carrots and turnips.
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Leftover Chili Soup with some grated cheese and sour cream
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Steak, baked potato and salad, with slice homemade apple pie.
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