Haven't done this for a while so..what's for supper!

Discussion in 'Countryside Families' started by tinetine'sgoat, Jan 22, 2007.

  1. tinetine'sgoat

    tinetine'sgoat Luvin' my family in MO

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    Tonight it is baked chicken and zuchinni casserole. Green Beans, corn and cottage cheese.
     
  2. jen74145

    jen74145 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    I may surprise hubby with his new favorite, Sausage and Eggplant Spaghetti... not settled yet. Or maybe Eggplant Soup, really need to use it up... hmm....
     

  3. menollyrj

    menollyrj Joy Supporter

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    I put black beans in the crockpot this morning before work. We're having chili & cornbread.

    -Joy
     
  4. hisenthlay

    hisenthlay a.k.a. hyzenthlay

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    Tonight--most likely a rehash/leftover from last night, which was good! Tunisian Vegetable Stew, stuffed roasted winter squash, fresh homemade bread.

    We tried the Tunisian Stew for the first time last night, and really liked it. It's from the Moosewood Restaurant Cooks At Home cookbook, and it was fast, flavorful, healthy, and cheap!

    Here it is from memory (I hope I got it right!) since it was such a hit:
    1.5 c. thinly sliced onion
    3 c. thinly sliced cabbage
    1 thinly sliced large bell pepper
    28 oz canned tomatoes, with juice
    15 oz chick peas, drained
    .33 c. raisins or currants, optional
    olive oil
    salt to taste
    cayenne pepper to taste
    .5 tsp cinnamon
    2 tsp corriander
    .5 tsp turmeric
    1 tbs lemon juice

    Saute onion in oil until soft, about 5 minutes. Add cabbage and salt to taste, continue to saute about 5 more minutes. Add bell pepper and raisins, saute 1 more minute. Add spices, chick peas, tomatoes. Stir, cover, and simmer for 15 minutes. Add lemon juice, and more salt, if desired. Serve. Good over rice, or with a nice big slice of fresh bread. Mmmm....
     
  5. Ardie/WI

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    patnewmex Jane of all trades

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    Ah don'ts know tills I gets home and decides. Probably a LOT of red wine and some cheese and crackers. None for hubby, he's in the dog house.
     
  7. southrngardngal

    southrngardngal Well-Known Member

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    Chili is what we're having too. I may make a pan of cornbread to go with it but then again we may have crackers.

    Jan





     
  8. Zookeeper

    Zookeeper Well-Known Member

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    Baked ham (from the store...alas, we're fresh out of home-grown piggie in the freezer), home made potatoes au gratin, and sauteed cabbage (from the garden), and peas.
     
  9. Jillis

    Jillis Well-Known Member

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    I made meatballs and sauce in the crockpot. By the time I get home from my daughter's ballet lesson, it should be ready. Then I will make the pasta and some fresh broccoli.
     
  10. NWMO

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    Made a crock pot of chili last night, so it should be cooked down and ready to go tonight......the rest of the family won't care for it......so they will have Chicken and Rice soup that simmered most of yesterday afternoon......add a few more carrots and celery pieces and I can probably get lunch out of it tomorrow too! Chili will last me the rest of the week.....as I am convinced no one else will touch it! Too bad!
     
  11. APPway

    APPway Well-Known Member Supporter

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    meat and potato pies with a gravy sauce
    mmmmmm good
     
  12. Faustus

    Faustus Übernerd

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    Nachos and guacamole, whenever I can get into the kitchen to make it. Avocados were on sale at the supermarket this weekend.
     
  13. Sher

    Sher Well-Known Member

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    meatloaf, baked potatoes and either carrots or baked beans.
     
  14. MawKettle

    MawKettle What can I screw up 2day?

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    Ours sound boring compared to everyone elses - but we like it!

    Bacon, lettuce & tomato sandwiches on homemade white bread....and LOTS of iced tea.................yum....
     
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    Venison and vegetable lo mein (sp) and cinnamon swirl cake for later.
     
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    My wife is working the afternon shift, and dad has my kids, and will feed them before I get home, so I wil probably have liver again. I like it so much I usually dont have anything with it.
     
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    split pea soup and either cornbread or homemade wheat bread.
     
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    Beanpot well-baked beans, home made whole wheat soda bread, organic green salad with raspberry vinaigrette.
     
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    apricot dijon pork chops, steamed broccoli, and either rice or potatoes. and maybe some applesauce.
     
  20. Christiaan

    Christiaan Dutch Highlands Farm

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    Pork Vindaloo
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    Trying to get turmeric into my diet twice a week, its supposed to help reduce the inflammation of arthritis. I'll try almost anything, especially if it involves eating something I like.