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patti's on the road, so what's up for dinner?

Posted by glenda_al (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 2, 13 at 16:30

Hope you can bear with me for the next week. Have big shoes to fill in patti's absence.

LLoyd's for my dinner for lunch, OUT, per usual.
Had a half plate: hamburger steak, no gravy, just grilled onions, with a plain baked potato and tossed salad.
Excellent, if I must say so.

Sooo what's being served on your table, today?


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RE: patti's on the road, so what's up for dinner?

I have some frozen pork roast (the Jack Daniel's one already cooked) for a sandwich tonight and whatever else I can did out.
Oh I made some sea coast salad Sunday so I will have that too. It sure was good.


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RE: patti's on the road, so what's up for dinner?

joann, I looked up sea coast salad.

Is yours with macaroni, tuna, peas?


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RE: patti's on the road, so what's up for dinner?

Thank you, Glenda. I am just having a pizza roll tonight. (take out)


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RE: patti's on the road, so what's up for dinner?

made some yummy taco salad. Haven't had it in a while, and I swear, I could live on it


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Don't think I've ever had a pizza roll, guess it's cause I rarely eat pizza. Don't ask me why, cause I don't know.

Taco salad sounds good. Only eaten one and that was Taco Bell's long ago.


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RE: patti's on the road, so what's up for dinner?

While out running errands, I picked up a frozen pizza. That was the sum total of my evening meal.

Shirley


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RE: patti's on the road, so what's up for dinner?

Your dinner for lunch sounds great.
Love your cooking chef.
For dinner it was lasagna, salad & garlic bread.


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RE: patti's on the road, so what's up for dinner?

I'm thinking easy for tonight. Left over sloppy joes, corn and avocado salad, and fresh fruit.


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Sounds like Italian night with pizza and lasagna!

Sloppy joes sounds good as well!


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RE: patti's on the road, so what's up for dinner?

made chicken with stir-fry veggies in the crock pot...it was ok (also did some rice in the mix) but a little mushy...that's ok it tasted good! and a lot less work...

have enough for lunch tomorrow...


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RE: patti's on the road, so what's up for dinner?

We had salad and corn-chicken chowder with red pepper, tomatoes and celery. Added bow tie noodles to the chowder.


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susan, chicken with stir fry veggies sound good, and less work, how can you beat that!

I love corn chowder, and with chicken makes it even yummier.


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RE: patti's on the road, so what's up for dinner?

Broiled shrimp
Fresh green beans

Thank you for posting, Genda!


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Hounds x two, I love shrimp any which way.

Summertime gotta have chopped onions and tomatoes mixed with my fresh green beans :o) when eating with a slice of cornbread.


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RE: patti's on the road, so what's up for dinner?

Another version of the grilled chicken salad - Greek tonight. A side of figs with goat cheese. The first few days of the month are always hectic for me while we are working on closing the books for the month. I try to make sure I'm stocked up on some easy to prep things, otherwise we tend to take the easy way & eat out, which blows both our diets and our budget.


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kittiemom, our figs aren't ready yet, but I love to eat them right off the tree. Love love figs and goat cheese.


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RE: patti's on the road, so what's up for dinner?

I had a piece of toast with PB. Hubby had cold fried chicken, cottage cheese, tomatoes, cukes and onions soaked in vinegar. Too dang hot to cook (or eat).


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RE: patti's on the road, so what's up for dinner?

I had a piece of toast with PB. Hubby had cold fried chicken, cottage cheese, tomatoes, cukes and onions soaked in vinegar. Too dang hot to cook (or eat).


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RE: patti's on the road, so what's up for dinner?

Had to play bridge tonight so we went out for half-price hamburgers. I haven't had a burger in a while so it tasted mighty good.


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angelaid, sounds good to me.Love leftover fried chicken.

georgysmom, you are busy per usual :o) I'm still full from my half a hamburger steak, burp!


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Whew, made it thru DAY 1.


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RE: patti's on the road, so what's up for dinner?

Since this is technically Tuesday's thread...Last night was tacos with salsa and spanish rice. Yum. Tonight, if it isn't raining DH will grill out steak and I will have some chicken.


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here is the one I made, found it on pinterest

Sea Coast Salad

2 cups macaroni shells (medium)
1 medium cucumber (peeled and cubed)
1/4 cup green onion
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 TBSP dill weed
1/8 tsp pepper
2 TBSP red wine vinegar
2 tbsp salad oil
2/3 cup mayo (do NOT put Miracle Whip in here)
1 12oz package of crab meat

I added some black & green olives too.


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I'm under the weather....had to go to ER to have an infected spot lanced. We got some ribs at Krogers. Okay but remind me to never eat a rib again that is not from our local, Joe's Barbecue. No comparison.


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oh Glenda, I also add ranch dressing to my salad.


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Thx, joann!


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