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    Super Member Ditter43's Avatar
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    Since it's so darn hot everywhere, I just wondered what you are eating for supper.... I made hamburgers and a spinich salad with iced tea to drink......

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    I think we are also going down salad lane. I have some leftover grilled chicken that will be used in a nice Chinese Chicken salad type recipe.

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    I made spinach salad night before last with some cubed steaks and a few potatoes. Last night was our hottest night yet so we just didn't cook anything. I ate cereal for supper and my husband ate cottage cheese and tomatos. Still hot tonight and we are having hot dogs and whatever we can find to go with them. No real cooking here until the weather is in the 70's.

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    Smoked sausage and green beans ....short, sweet and done :thumbup:

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    Dinner? I just finished eating my lunch!!!
    I'm at work and I eat while I work. It took me 90 min to finish my salad!

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    Salad, grilled chicken & vegetables, then S'mores for dessert!

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    Cereal it's too hot to cook.

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    I have central air so I am not particularly concerned about the outside temp. My granddaughter has been staying with me for the past few days. She is 12. We had roast pork tenderloin with oven roasted potatoes from my garden and steamed carrots, also from my garden. We are presently going to have vanilla bean cake from Pepperidge Farm.

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    Today is my youngest's 26th birthday. So it is to our favorite spot for boneless wings!

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    Chinese with my dad and my family!!!

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    Leftover macaroni salad or yellow split pea/lentil soup - brownies for dessert!

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    Its way to hot to cook around here 102* actual temp and heat index over 120* again so its order pizzas and pitchers of Long Island Teas for me!!!

    Billy

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    We had some rain & it cooled down just a bit. We had fish, pasta salad, corn and a ripe garden tomato cut into wedges. Oh...sweet ice tea, too.

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    This is the one night I don't have to cook! Hubby works late. but I'm going to have some cucumber salad I made earlier today.

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    Shredded roast beef in the crock pot for sandwiches, Kraft mac and cheese and fruit salad. It's hot here in PA! I'm gonna make a peach pie tonight.

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    dh had leftover pizza, i had a cucumber and some yougurt. too hot to cook or eat much.

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    I hate the heat but DS is here for the week so I am making a roast beef with mashed potatoes/gravy/corn/carrots and cranberry sauce. The AC is cranked so it is OK.

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    well dinner won't be as good as our lunch - grilled steaks, salad baked potato. Dinner will be spaghetti with meat sauce, green beans and salad...It's not that hot here.
    When it is hot I either make taco salad or grill something outside to keep the heat out there instead of in my kitchen.

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    We eat salads every night. About 5 years ago DH had a heart episode--nothing serious, but I decided he needs to eat more veggies. It's lettuce salad every night- I mix up the fresh veggies and the meat so it's a different meal every night. Sure makes meal planning easier. Since we are farmers we have a bigger meal at noon instead of a light lunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trupeach1
    I hate the heat but DS is here for the week so I am making a roast beef with mashed potatoes/gravy/corn/carrots and cranberry sauce. The AC is cranked so it is OK.
    SOUNDS yummy! Even in the winter I cook my roast beef in the slow cooker that way my oven isn't heating up the house.

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    I've been sliding by on meals for over a week due to the triple digit temps. So tonight I bit the bullet turned the exhaust fan on and made chicken cheese enchiladas with salad.

    We did receive a light shower and the temps feel like they have dropped to the upper 90's.

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    Grilled Bratwurst and summer squash

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    Splurging with Emeril's oven-fried chicken: http://planetgreen.discovery.com/foo...d-chicken.html

    I have some nice salad greens and some homemade marinara sauce I'll toss with noodles. Fruit salad for dessert. Aren't the veggies and fruit wonderful this time of year!

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    Leftovers tonight from the freezer--red beans and rice. Always better as leftover to me, anyway! It is too hot for hot food, so I have the a/c going!

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