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What's for dinner Wednesday?

Posted by patti43 (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 25, 12 at 17:06

Our daily summer rain is over and now it's just hot and steamy. I found the other half of the sub we had Saturday night in the fridge, so we're having that. It smells okay, so I hope we don't get sick. We have salad leftover from last night--tons and tons of it--and lots of fruit, too.

What are you having for dinner?


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RE: What's for dinner Wednesday?

A couple of weeks ago a friend dropped by with a yellow and a green zucchini. He told me to work my magic and make something delicious with them. That's when I made my chocolate-zucchini cake, and shared it with him.

A couple of days ago, a knock on the door, and there he is again, with 2 more.

So, I cut them in slivers, along with slivered carrots and onions, roasted them, and had pasta primavera.
The rest of the rhubarb cake that I had in the frig for dessert. I can take or leave it, as it's a sweet cake, so I had a small piece. There is some watermelon that I'll have a bit later.


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RE: What's for dinner Wednesday?

I made ham, potatoes and fresh green beans. That was enough for me.

I cooked part of the beans alone so I can freeze them in individual packages for the future.

We've had one full day with decent weather, warm but not humid. Had the windows open a lot of the day. Unfortunately, this will only last today.

Shirley/Ohio


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RE: What's for dinner Wednesday?

I am too warm to eat much this evening, I just had a banana and a pint of milk. The beans and corn for a late crop are planted. Some of the green beans are picked to work on tomorrow.

Sue


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RE: What's for dinner Wednesday?

Uh, Jas? I think he was hinting for another cake. :-) Your pasta sounds just as good to me, though.

Shirley, my mother used to make a big pot of green beans, potatoes and bits of ham. The kitchen would smell so good and as children, we could hardly wait for dinner.


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RE: What's for dinner Wednesday?

Bobby and Amber are coming back for dinner. Amber is babysitting a 4 year old and his favorite is spaghetti so that is what we will have. Also a salad and garlic bread. This little guys dad is in Afghanistan and his mom had to go away for two days with her job. He is so sweet and very chatty.

We will all go swimming after dinner, we had fun last night just relaxing in the pool.


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RE: What's for dinner Wednesday?

Bobby and Amber are coming back for dinner. Amber is babysitting a 4 year old and his favorite is spaghetti so that is what we will have. Also a salad and garlic bread. This little guys dad is in Afghanistan and his mom had to go away for two days with her job. He is so sweet and very chatty.

We will all go swimming after dinner, we had fun last night just relaxing in the pool.


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RE: What's for dinner Wednesday?

roast beast sandwich and cheese doodles


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RE: What's for dinner Wednesday?

BLT's with sauted onions on Whole Wheat toast, with macaroni salad on the side.


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RE: What's for dinner Wednesday?

Nita, I thought maybe Bobby would miss your cooking--now I KNOW he does. It's always nice to have a little one around, too. Enjoy!

Jeaninwa, scoot over a little, I'm inviting myself to your dinner :0

Azzalea, I bet you have a great big smile on your face about now after that treat. Bacon rocks!


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RE: What's for dinner Wednesday?

We had left over chicken piccata, angel hair pasta with marinara and a tossed salad. Might have a dish of fruit later.


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RE: What's for dinner Wednesday?

I had three ears of sweet corn and a plate of fried green tomatoes, three cookies for dessert.


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RE: What's for dinner Wednesday?

we tried a new to us johnsonville braut patties...not bad, easier to cook than the traditional, and fit so nicely on a burger bun...downside? a wee bit "rubbery"...i cooked them slowly (in my non stick pan) since they were frozen...prehaps next time i'll thaw then cook? one thing they didn't seem as greasy as the weiner shaped ones...


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