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Re: What are you cooking for dinner tonight? [Re: Navigaar] #752530 03/21/12 02:42 AM
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Their fettuccine is soooo good! I love when they have the never ending pasta bowl.

Re: What are you cooking for dinner tonight? [Re: Dianne W - Editor] #753120 03/24/12 12:24 AM
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The fettuccine at Olive Garden is yummy. It seems very delicate, like fresh pasta. Try some fresh fettuccine instead of dry at home to see if you can get closer to what you are looking for.

I love Olive Garden.....


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Re: What are you cooking for dinner tonight? [Re: Debbie-SpiritualityEditor] #753121 03/24/12 12:26 AM
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I am taking the easy way out for dinner tonight by just making a wrap sandwich. I made chicken salad from a rotisserie chicken the other day, and that will be going in a sundried tomato and basil wrap. I will have some bread and butter pickles on the side.



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We had beautiful spring weather this week, so my husband broke out the grill! Last night, we had grilled veggie sandwiches--sliced, olive oiled and salt n peppered asparagus, eggplant, portabellas, and red bell peppers grilled and placed on grilled bread with a bit of marinara sauce & fresh mozzarella. Tonight, grilled turkey burgers with salsa and shredded jack cheese. I love warmer weather! smile


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Thanks for the tip. The dry pasta does feel heavier then the pasta they use at Olive Garden. I also love their 6.99 lunch special. They make delicious soup.

Maria, I could eat it everyday too!!! Pasta and bread, I love them both (a little too much)


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Re: What are you cooking for dinner tonight? [Re: Dianne W - Editor] #753210 03/24/12 11:38 PM
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I have to watch myself, or I will eat one breadstick with every bowl of Zuppa Toscana soup that I can get down at Olive Garden. I love that soup!



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Roast chunks of turkey with mashed potatoes & gravy and mediterranean veggie mix.

Re: What are you cooking for dinner tonight? [Re: Navigaar] #753226 03/25/12 02:16 AM
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Everyone's dinner sounds yummy! We went to Saltgrass for lunch, so I am having leftover ribeye and baked potato.

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Homemade tomato soup tonight - cut 6 tomatoes into 8 wedges each, lay in baking pan, drizzle with olive oil, sprinkle with garlic powder, salt, pepper. Bake in oven till soft. (smells wonderful)

Then add tomatoes to stir fried beef and onion chunks. Add in finely chopped potatoes. Add worchestire sauce and cover with water. Simmer 1/2 hour. Near end of simmering add in frozen peas and carrot mix. Delicious.

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