Yummy! I adore miso soup because it's easy to make and versatile. The Japanese eat miso soup from dawn to dusk.
As for dinner, perhaps miso soup (thanks for the idea Lori) sauteed squash with basil and chicken cutlets. Nothing too fancy but I will indulge in a nice, cold glass of reisling.
Oh Phyllis -- I'm with you on the vegetable thing lately. I really don't care for them too much especially with all of the contamination issues -- frightening. I try to stick to what I grow which includes some squash, cherry tomatoes, beets, peppers, lettuce, spinach. It hasn't been a good year in PA with all of the rain we've had.
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Tonight it was Polish Golabki (go'wompki or galumpki) that I made a couple of days ago. For anyone not familiar with this dish, it is stuffed cabbage.....a dish consisting of stuffed and rolled steamed cabbage leaves with a filling of ground beef and pork, onions, rice, and seasonings, which is then cooked in tomato sauce. We finished them up tonight with a nice side salad.
The same filling makes for really good stuffed bell peppers, red or green.
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After a weekend of cooking different falafel dishes before I posted my Sandwiches recipes, we are having yet another sandwich for dinner. We are having tacos! I love them, since the meat can be made ahead of time. Everybody loves tacos at our house!