What's for dinner 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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Risotto with shrimp. :up:
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Roasted Chicken, carrots, portabella mushrooms, potatoes with gravy and steamed asparagus.
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I made this for my work dinner. Has some lunch. SO GOOD! https://www.eatingwell.com/recipe/25971 ... erm=259712
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Stuffed pork tenderloin, with panko cauliflower and mashed potatoes.
Dinner was a bit bland looking, whiteish and brownish, but tasted amazing, and a glass of red on the side.
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And for dessert tonight I have Nanaimo bars and hay stacks to nibble on.
Freshly made. :up:
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My next foray into Kamloops includes dinner at the BB49s. [icon_lol2.gif]
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Catsumi wrote: Dec 3rd, 2021, 7:28 pm My next foray into Kamloops includes dinner at the BB49s. [icon_lol2.gif]
Hey, I'm very protective of my wife's cooking.
She tries giving it away at times and the fight is on. :fence:
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Leftover Zucchini, Corn casserole and a bratwurst with tzatziki.
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Second day of chili. It was too spicy/hot yesterday, added a bit of crushed pineapple today and it worked! I think we just may do that all the time from now on.
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bb49 wrote: Dec 3rd, 2021, 7:20 pm And for dessert tonight I have Nanaimo bars and hay stacks to nibble on.
Freshly made. :up:
We had a major failure in the kitchen. :200:

It seems the package of coconut had a small hole in it and the Nanaimo bars and hay stacks came out dry. Dry as in Sahara desert dry.
Couldn't even get them down with a coffee. :200:
But the top of the bars sure is good.

So I was forced to run out and find packages of FRESH, moist coconut.
That was a success and another batch of hay stacks was whipped up in minutes.

Life is almost good again. :up:
Still waiting for a new batch of Nanaimo bars though.
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Roasted Chicken breast and local red potatoes, steamed asparagus with tzatziki
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