What's for dinner tonight?

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Makes my mouth water when looking at that beautiful Tort. Any leftovers?

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sobrohusfat wrote: Dec 31st, 2023, 4:34 pm 20231231_160210.jpg

Wife put together a Québec Tourtière with a wee Alsacian shredded carrot salad.

Expertly executed again :up:

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Anyone trying to start the year changing any eating habits? Any new ideas, recipes to share? Still into making soup and surprised myself by making for the first time a delicious butternut curried soup. My pots of soup don't go very far at my house...one dinner for 3 and then a couple more bowls for lunch, and that's it.
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ok-weezy wrote: Jan 18th, 2024, 5:38 am Anyone trying to start the year changing any eating habits? Any new ideas, recipes to share? Still into making soup and surprised myself by making for the first time a delicious butternut curried soup. My pots of soup don't go very far at my house...one dinner for 3 and then a couple more bowls for lunch, and that's it.
You need bigger pots!

My son has been making big batches because he had dental surgery and can't chew much yet.
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^^Lol, you're right..bigger pots needed.
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Donairs, spicy fries
Not a fan of curried soups... strange as I enjoy a good creamed soup
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Chinese takeout
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GordonH wrote: Jan 18th, 2024, 6:12 pm Chinese takeout
Similar, we had Beef noodle bowl from EDO.
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Southern fried chicken.
GordonH wrote: Jan 18th, 2024, 6:12 pm Chinese takeout
During COVID I got Chinese takeout twice then bought a deep fryer and a wok and learned how to make over 20 dishes. So easy and cheap to make. Homemade Chinese BBQ Pork is so good! :smt045
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For the second time this week I have made Bananas Foster for dessert. How did I not do this before now? It's so delicious and easy...and I wake up thinking about it..lol.
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ok-weezy wrote: Nov 17th, 2022, 12:49 pm Anyone remember the old bisquick sausage balls? My grandmother used to make them every Christmas...I've Just made a keto version to have around for snacking.
Recipe, please?
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I was having C Lovers Fish and Chips withdrawal so we drove to Westbank to get our fix last night.

They did not disappoint.

We sure hope they find a new location in Kelowna soon. Apparently they are in "talks" but nothing signed yet.

On another note it is taking Olympia way too long to re-open! Having Lasagna withdrawals too. :-X
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Bsuds wrote: Jan 26th, 2024, 8:19 am <snip>

On another note it is taking Olympia way too long to re-open! Having Lasagna withdrawals too. :-X
I was at the Rutland Save-On the other day, the back of the building is quite brightly coloured.
I ended up making my own chicken souvlaki last week - would be nice to have them up and running again.
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