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What's for dinner Friday?

Posted by patti43 (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 16, 12 at 17:01

Good grief, it's Friday already. Yikes, I'd better get my rear in gear tomorrow or Thanksgiving will be a frozen turkey!

We're having a tuna casserole tonight with garlic toast. Not exciting, but it didn't take any time to put together and we like it.

What are you having tonight?


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RE: What's for dinner Friday?

I just put a meat loaf in the oven along with twice baked potatoes and some mixed veggies. I Love, love, love meat loaf so I'm looking forward to it.


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RE: What's for dinner Friday?

Chicken and noodles, mashed potatoes, yeast rolls, Swedish apple pie and red raspberry jello. I made the jello for Alyssa as Amber is coming over to pick up the supper I fixed for them too. Will add a vegetable of some kind.

Sue


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RE: What's for dinner Friday?

I have two of those wrapped sweet potatoes you put in the microwave think I'll have them and scrounge around for something else to go with them


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RE: What's for dinner Friday?

Belch: Chinese buffet, and if you get there at 1:00, which I did, they stop replenishing the buffet, so I didn't get my usual cucumber salad, no teriyaki chicken, I left hungry cause I ate very little.

Shoulda left when I saw the limited foods on the buffet.


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RE: What's for dinner Friday?

Swiss steak


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RE: What's for dinner Friday?

i don't know yet. I found something frozen in my freezer and thought it was meatloaf (not). It's partly thawed, appears to be macaroni and beans? Not sure, but I'll thaw it fully and take a taste before I serve it.


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RE: What's for dinner Friday?

I have two of those thick Costco pork chops split in half in a baking dish. I made some stove top stuffing and put it on top. Covered in foil and bake for an hour. It sure smells good in here. I think we are going to have Brussel sprouts and applesauce to go with them.


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Georgysmom, I love meatloaf, too. Mainly because I really love meatloaf sandwiches the next day. I'd love to have a whiff of your kitchen!

Sue, you're such a good mom. I know you'lkl all enjoy the chicken and noodles.

Minnie, I've seen those potatoes in the store, but haven't tried them. Just about anything goes with sweet potatoes, so enjoy!

Glenda, that happened to us once--looked like a lot left but what there was, was dried out and not very tasty. Some things were okay, so we got our fill.

Dang, ont gal, someone posted the other day about Swiss steak and I've been hungry for it since. Lucky you!

LOL, Jannie, the mystery meal--we've had our share of those when I've forgotten to mark what was in the container. Hope it's something you really liked.


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RE: What's for dinner Friday?

Patti we are sharing a brain again!
I found cans of tuna in the pantry so I put together a tuna salad, so sandwiches tonight. I am worn out just from fixing the tuna.
But I sampled it and it actually taste good so maybe my taste buds are returning.


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Nita, that sounds wonderful. I love Stove Top and saute celery and onions and add to it with some extra chicken broth. Spread it over the top of pork chops, bake and, believe me, you can't tell it's any different than homemade using Pepperidge Farm bread stuff.


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RE: What's for dinner Friday?

Tried a new recipe..Spicy four cheese pasta...it was a WINNER!!!


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Raven, I'd be honored to share a brain with you--I hope your half is working better than my whole one, though! Sure hope you truly are getting over whatever you had. 'Nuff's enough!

Littlebit, don't you love it when that happens? Sure sounds good!


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RE: What's for dinner Friday?

My frozen mystery dinner turned out okay, yes it was macaroni and black beans and tomatoes in a tomato sauce. Tasty, DH and I ate big bowls and our dog Molly even got some.


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RE: What's for dinner Friday?

Jannie, after cleaning out the frig the other day, I think I either need a dog or another child :-) (Neither of which will happen in this life time.)


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