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    Once again I'm getting bored with what comes to mind for dinner. This happens every now and again. So, what are you having for dinner tonight?

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    Frozen pizza -- baked of course. :-D

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    Meatloaf with Augratin potatoes (boxed), and veggies.

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    No clue tonight...we had Hot Dago's last night, though.

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    veggie soup

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    spaghetti, after staring in the refrig and repeatedly changing my mind as to what to fix.

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    Beef bologna sandwiches! YUMMY!

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    Leftover taco flavored chicken done in the crockpot.

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    That does happen every night doesn't it....

    Speghetti... only becasue I have everything for that.

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    Pork roast with potatos and carrots.Green beans ,wish I had made cornbread.

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    Barbecued ribs,baked potatoes,fresh baked italian bread and candied carrots. yellow cake w/choc frosting.

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    Eggs and bacon.

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    [quote=lileth1374]Beef bologna sandwiches! YUMMY![/quot

    on toast yum yum yum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kooklabell
    Once again I'm getting bored with what comes to mind for dinner. This happens every now and again. So, what are you having for dinner tonight?
    Grilled salmon, with a fresh basil and dill sauce. Grilled on cedar planks on the gas grill. Frozen green beans, hyped up with some toasted almonds and balsamic vinegar. Sage, Rosemary and Pumpkin orzo (fresh pasta from green market) lightly tossed with sea salt and olive oil. And a glass of dusky Chardonney from Argentina (a bit dryer and smokier than California wines).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOMBASIL53
    Barbecued ribs,baked potatoes,fresh baked italian bread and candied carrots. yellow cake w/choc frosting.
    I'll be there what time is dinner?

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    Vegetable soup and cornbread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lileth1374
    Beef bologna sandwiches! YUMMY!
    LOL... I love to fry bologna for breakfast, like it's bacon or something. Husband thinks I'm nutters. It's the Mainer in me. We do wierd things like that!

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    I'll go with kwendt! The chardonay made the difference!

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    I tried making pancakes to go with a fretatta (sp) one night and my husband was so very confused! Pancakes are for breakfast. He's so rule governed. Poor guy LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwendt
    Quote Originally Posted by Kooklabell
    Once again I'm getting bored with what comes to mind for dinner. This happens every now and again. So, what are you having for dinner tonight?
    Grilled salmon, with a fresh basil and dill sauce. Grilled on cedar planks on the gas grill. Frozen green beans, hyped up with some toasted almonds and balsamic vinegar. Sage, Rosemary and Pumpkin orzo (fresh pasta from green market) lightly tossed with sea salt and olive oil. And a glass of dusky Chardonney from Argentina (a bit dryer and smokier than California wines).
    ooh la la!!! :thumbup:

    already had it, carrot sticks with onion dip, coffee, toast with jelly, and 1.5 mini lemon cuppycakes (DH had to have a bite of one of mine). I don't eat supper, just a snack at 4pm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOMBASIL53
    Barbecued ribs,baked potatoes,fresh baked italian bread and candied carrots. yellow cake w/choc frosting.
    MMMM, now that sounds wonderful. My husband would be in total heaven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwendt
    Quote Originally Posted by Kooklabell
    Once again I'm getting bored with what comes to mind for dinner. This happens every now and again. So, what are you having for dinner tonight?
    Grilled salmon, with a fresh basil and dill sauce. Grilled on cedar planks on the gas grill. Frozen green beans, hyped up with some toasted almonds and balsamic vinegar. Sage, Rosemary and Pumpkin orzo (fresh pasta from green market) lightly tossed with sea salt and olive oil. And a glass of dusky Chardonney from Argentina (a bit dryer and smokier than California wines).
    OMG - that sounds wonderful. Green market - oh how I'd love a green market! In summer we have farmer's market on Sunday morning. But that's it.

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    We're having left-overs and a salad. My daughter and son both recently moved out, one to college and one moved in with sweetie. I haven't figured out yet how to cook for two (it's been 28 years since it was just DH and I) so I am still cooking too much, - hence leftovers!

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    Sloppy Joes,french fries and corn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kooklabell
    Quote Originally Posted by kwendt
    Grilled salmon, with a fresh basil and dill sauce. Grilled on cedar planks on the gas grill. Frozen green beans, hyped up with some toasted almonds and balsamic vinegar. Sage, Rosemary and Pumpkin orzo (fresh pasta from green market) lightly tossed with sea salt and olive oil. And a glass of dusky Chardonney from Argentina (a bit dryer and smokier than California wines).
    OMG - that sounds wonderful. Green market - oh how I'd love a green market! In summer we have farmer's market on Sunday morning. But that's it.
    Yes, the green market close to me here... is on Sunday morning too. Luckily, my church has two morning services and one Sunday night service. Love it. There's also a ramshackle quazi permanent roadside stand close by that we locals call, "Killer Tomatos" - 'cause they always have local produce, including some of the biggest, baddest, reddest tomats anywhere.... they're KILLER! lol. I just picked up some Honeybells, local orange blossom honey, kirby cucs, and shallots from them yesterday. Can we say, YUM! ???

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