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#723341 - 11/03/11 03:12 PM Re: What are you cooking for dinner tonight? [Re: Navigaar]
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LOL. Grass is always greener...I would rather have tacos! In fact, I had one for lunch!

As for tonight's dinner, I'm so uninspired. The Santa Ana winds knocked down a ton of avocados, cracked the tree in fact. :*( But they are not ripe yet to enjoy tonight. I'm thinking of making either some Parmesan Chicken or Roasted Vegetables on Quinoa. I am trying to eat better, go veggie, but it is so tough to break free from old habits.

So for lunch, for example, I told my daughter, "Let's eat a bean burrito." Not bad, right? But at the last minute, during a weak moment when I was super upset over something, I added tacos AND nachos. I know that's all kinds of bad, but eating comfort foods is my default when I have a mini-crisis going on. Did it count that we didn't have soda? LOL.

I told my daughter, we have to have a "new" default for dealing with upsetting emotional states. Like working out. (I can dream, can't I?)
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#727471 - 11/25/11 08:52 AM Re: What are you cooking for dinner tonight? [Re: Lori - Marriage]
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I think a lot of us will be having Thanksgiving leftovers. We brought home lots of food from my boyfriend's cousin's house last night. It's an Italian family so we have the usual starter of manicotti with sausage or shortribs, then the traditional turkey with all the trimmings.

My favorite side dish of the night was a baked casserole of sorts with artichokes, mushrooms, sliced black olives, and breadcrumbs on top. So good I could eat just that and be happy!
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#727475 - 11/25/11 09:26 AM Re: What are you cooking for dinner tonight? [Re: Navigaar]
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Wild Boar pie - very Obelix !!
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#727672 - 11/26/11 06:32 PM Re: What are you cooking for dinner tonight? [Re: Ninjahedgewych]
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Tonight I had some thin crust pizza that was ordered out. I needed a break from Thanksgiving leftovers!
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#727741 - 11/27/11 11:41 AM Re: What are you cooking for dinner tonight? [Re: Navigaar]
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Reached the point where you're grating the turkey into the ice cream yet then?
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#727743 - 11/27/11 11:58 AM Re: What are you cooking for dinner tonight? [Re: Navigaar]
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My body needs a break. I'm juicing tonight. Apples, ginger, turmeric & lemons (a little raw honey might be in order too).

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#727745 - 11/27/11 12:07 PM Re: What are you cooking for dinner tonight? [Re: Navigaar]
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...and a couple of lightly crushed anti-acids?:D

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#727749 - 11/27/11 12:23 PM Re: What are you cooking for dinner tonight? [Re: Navigaar]
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LOL!
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#728089 - 11/29/11 10:23 AM Re: What are you cooking for dinner tonight? [Re: Yvonnie-Inspired]
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Homemade chicken veggie soup for tonight.
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#728558 - 12/02/11 02:13 PM Re: What are you cooking for dinner tonight? [Re: Navigaar]
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sounds delicious. I fry pork chops n kielbasa seasoned n brown well in huge skillet n add cabbage with slices of apples -slices of onion n add some water or chicken broth n cook till tender Readd water or broth if gets too low. Seasoning is salt-pepper n garlic granular.

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