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What's for dinner Saturday?

Posted by patti43 (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 24, 12 at 17:17

I made a pot of turkey chowder earlier so I can just heat it up during today's college football marathon! Our FSU isn't doing so hot right now, but we've always been a second half team, so I still have hope.

What are you having for dinner tonight and, are you a college football fan? Never thought I'd like any kind of football, but I sure do now.


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RE: What's for dinner Saturday?

We had our first snowfall of the year, so today was a beef roast with mashed potatoes and gravy and broccoli. Seems like a long time since we had one, and it was so good.

Nope, never watched a football game in my life.


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RE: What's for dinner Saturday?

Not really a football fan here but don't mind at all if others enjoy it. Shopping today! I only went to Joann's and to Hobby Lobby. We gals had lunch at Sirloin Stockade. My supper this evening was just hot tea and some crackers. It is 30 out side right now. We have seen just a few flakes, not much.

Sue in Central Indiana


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RE: What's for dinner Saturday?

White chili, per son's request.
salsa and chips

Plus he has eaten two pumpkin custards with ice cream, chips and dip, have frozen snacks when everything else runs out :o)

He insists on watching the AL game to the end even though there is no way Auburn can win and it's half time.

I'll maybe nap on a pillow in front of fire I have going.


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RE: What's for dinner Saturday?

DS went home today. I thought he'd stay until tomorrow but wanted to get home before the Steeler game. I was planning on spaghetti tonight but sent him home with a bag of sauce instead. I washed some windows and did some cleaning up around here as it gets a little messy when he comes and I have bridge here on Monday. DH will probably have a turkey sandwich because that's what he loves. I will have the full turkey dinner....what's left of it because I sent that home with DS, too.


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RE: What's for dinner Saturday?

I used the leftovers others gave me to make turkey and noodles, cracker dressing, and had peas as a vegetable.

I used to watch professional football a lot, but lost interest when they started doing a lot of selling out, changing names, etc. I never did watch college football.

Shirley


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RE: What's for dinner Saturday?

I made rye rolls from scratch to have with turkey dinner leftovers. :0) I need a few days off after fixing THAT BIG bird. :0)


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RE: What's for dinner Saturday?

You know how everyone makes soups or casseroles with leftovers?

I make pizza. Tonight's dinner was a whole wheat pizza crust, topped with a drained can of diced tomatoes, dotted with a little leftover mac and cheese, then with some ziti and sausage leftover from TG, topped with a couple of cups of mozzarella. It was absolutely delicious!


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RE: What's for dinner Saturday?

I made kasha (toasted buckwheat) tonight for the first time in years. I don't know what took me so long.....we always liked it when the kids were growing up. I used the recipe on the Wolff's Kasha box, using vegetable broth for the liquid and substituting a tablespoon of olive oil for the 2 tbsp. of butter called for in the recipe. It was very good! I served it (to myself) with Brussels sprouts.


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RE: What's for dinner Saturday?

Daughter and granddaughters were here from GA and requested a Hamburger Pizza. That is what we had Saturday night for supper. Very good.


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