It's tuna casser0le here with the rest 0f the c0rn bread. N0t what I'd planned, but I l0sted track 0f time.
What are y0u having f0r dinner?
Three of us went out after Bible Study to Superior Grill.
I've missed going there all these years..
Gals I went with eat there often as waiter knew what they always ordered.
I had their beef Quesadilla and it was outstanding, perfectly seasoned. Not a place I would go there to eat alone though :o(
Hey patti, you ought to make a cornbread sandwich with your leftover cornbread. I've had one with smoked ham, sliced tomato and onion.
You "losted" track of time Patti?? Not only are your o's cute, but your grammar is too!! LOL
Gorgeous, sunny, cold day here. We went out to get a couple of things at some stores, and par for the course, they were out of the items that I wanted. I hate when that happens.
So we came home and I made a pot of spaghetti sauce and settled in to watch golf. So dinner was spaghetti and meat sauce. I have the rest in the freezer.
jasdip, this is funny. I have my meat thawing right now to make spaghetti sauce tomorrow.
Tonight, I'm having beef, with potatoes and green beans.
Sauerkraut and sausage in the crockpot, baked beans, that's about it.
What makes it even funnier is that I read it as lost because that's what my mind wanted it to be I guess. It is cold, cold, cold here. I have the heat way up, my silk underwear and a turtle neck and a sweat shirt on and I'm still cold! I have some left over ground beef from when I made meatloaf the other night so we're having hamburgers, macaroni and cheese and a tossed salad. Comfort food on a cold day. the only warmth I'm getting is from watching the golf.
Homemade black bean soup, salad.
Nice lunch, Glenda. Harry sure likes quesadillas. Can't have the sandwich, Glenda. That bread's perfect just as it is. Yum!
Jasdip, I've l0sted my mind, I tell y0u! Spaghetti s0unds g00d. Wish I'd th0ught 0f it, but I'm using the rest 0f the Mexican rice I made the 0ther night t0 make the tunna cass. H0pefully t0m0rr0w I will have a new keyb0ard. Haven't been able t0 access my e-mail. It d0esn't rec0gnize "Yah00". I bet I have 300 e-mails by n0w. Sigh!
Shirley, did y0u get a l0t 0f sn0w? Y0ur dinner s0unds nice and warming. H0pe y0u stay nice and warm.
Ge0rgysm0m, it was 33 this m0rning at 7:30. D0esn't feel like it's warmed up much. They say it'll get t0 28 t0night. Thankfully, they are wr0ng a l0t. Beef is always c0mf0rt f00d f0r me, anyway.
Yum, H0unds! I haven't made black beans in a l0ng time. I'll have t0 check and see if I have any. S0unds w0nderful.
Patti, I didn't even think of you not being able to get into your email.
Next time you do, make a shortcut to the desktop, then it won't be an issue. Not that you'll ever lose your "o" again!
Edited to add... unless you have o's in your password, then even a shortcut won't work!
This post was edited by jasdip on Sun, Feb 17, 13 at 18:09
We haven't gotten a lot of snow, Patti, just frequent snowfalls. It's to continue like this for a while. Tomorrow will be about 40 so what we have will melt, then by evening it's to get colder and snow again.
This evening for our supper I fixed fried cod, mac and cheese, peas, biscuits, lettuce salad and iced tea to drink. It is 25 out right now.
Sue in Central Indiana
I cooked a corned beef in the oven with red potatoes, onions, garlic, carrots, and steamed cabbage to go with it. It was perfection yummy good. I usually cook them in the slow cooker but decided to go with the oven today and I have to say it was much more flavorful and cooked perfectly. I might just keep doing it this way.
Beautiful day here today.
Roast chicken, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy and green beans. I finally found some good green beans and cooked them with garlic and oil and shallots. Southern folks, I know you aren't used to such cold weather but i want to say we may reach 20 below tonight.
We had Shrimp Stroganoff Casserole.
And I ate too much!
jackie, is the shrimp casserole recipe you use the Velveeta one with broccoli florets?
Glenda this is the recipe we like and it's so easy.
1 (8 oz.) pkg. medium egg noodles
1 (8 oz.) carton sour cream
1 (10 oz.)can cream of mushroom soup, undiluted
1 tsp. dried dillweed
1/4 c. sliced green onion
1/4 c. sliced ripe olives (I don't use them)
1 c. (4 oz.) shredded Cheddar cheese, shredded
1 lb. frozen peeled and deveined shrimp, thawed (could use diced up cooked chicken)
Cook noodles according to package directions; drain and set aside.
Combine sour cream, soup and dill in a large bowl, mixing well.
Add onion, olives, 1/2 the cheese and shrimp; stir well.
Stir in noodles.
Spoon mixture into a lightly greased shallow 2-quart casserole.
Cover and bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Uncover,
sprinkle with remaining cheese and bake an additional 5 minutes or until the cheese melts.
Shirley, glad it's melting. H0pefully, the r0ads will be cleared. I d0n't miss driving in sn0w and ice.
Sue, I have c0d in the freezer. I think it'll be dinner t0m0rr0w!
Jackie, I make that same casser0le. I g0t the recipe fr0m S0uthern Living years ag0. It's even g00d bef0re y0u put the shrimp in and bake it!! ('Cause I tasted it ;-) I think it'd be very g00d with chicken. Have y0u tried it? D0n't have t0 tell y0u t0 enj0y dinner, since I kn0w y0u will!
Raven, it was a g00d day t0 have the 0ven 0n--at least here. I really like c0rned beef but have en0ugh in the freezer that I w0n't even have t0 make 0ne f0r St. Patrick's Day.
Pam, what a great meal--a feast really. I'm really s0rry that y0u're having s0 much c0ld weather. -20 is just awful. Stay warm!!
YES! Pizza delivered~~and my DD#2's BF home brewed beer;) Life Is Good~~~~
Steak on the grill, baked potato and a nice tossed salad. Beautiful weather here today in the low 60's.
Thanks for the shrimp recipe, and it sounds delicious!
Your welcome Glenda.
I've never made it wirh chicken, I'm sure it would be good.