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Old 10-12-2017, 03:09 PM   #76
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Trying a GF chicken curry with rice frozen dinner for the first time. Asian mix veggies on the side.
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I believe a lot of it has to do with planning, which you seem to do really well.
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Sheet pan Korean chicken and veggies, rice, pineapple and mandarin oranges
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I believe a lot of it has to do with planning, which you seem to do really well.
You J people INFPs are supposedly the most J of the Ps though, and I'm definitely getting better at planning/organizing
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The Walnut pomigranit stew! Over cauliflower rice with a side if roasted green beans.

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Pasta e ceci (pasta and chickpeas), Quick Butter & Herb Rolls, and a green salad.
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Knitlove, how was it?

We had whole roast chicken in the IP. With a side of hot crashed potatoes.
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It was wonderful!

It seriously is one of my favorite dishes to make ever. This is the one I use http://www. simplyrecipes.com/recipes/fesenjan_persian_chicken_stew_with_walnut_and_pome granate_sauce/ I double the spices and pomigranit molasses​ and put in half the surgar

My girls decided that this is there second favorite food after apple crisp, and just above dried cranberries.

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We had Blackened Fish Tacos from the new THM cookbook for dinner.

DH said he'd eat it again, and he doesn't like fish tacos. So far, so good with this cookbook. The fam has liked just about everything that doesn't have stevia or some other exotic ingredient in it.
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I'm making stuffed cabbage casserole. Instead of rolling & stuffing the cabbage leaves, you layer it. shredded cabbage, cooked ground beef & onions, sauce w/rice & salt. Then add some beef broth & bake for 1h15m.

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Dh is working so I made the kids a frozen pizza and had leftover chicken on zucchini noodles.
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Homemade pizza - one gf, one not
Peach, honey, feta, and basil salad
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I'm making stuffed cabbage casserole. Instead of rolling & stuffing the cabbage leaves, you layer it. shredded cabbage, cooked ground beef & onions, sauce w/rice & salt. Then add some beef broth & bake for 1h15m.

Hope it turns out as yummy as it sounds to me.
That is how I grew up eating ' cabbage rolls' in middle school I asked why they were called rolls and my mom dug out her cookbook that she got it from. She told me she quickly discovered that rolling the meat in the cabbage leaves took way too long , and she wanted more cabbage.

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I have Deconstructed Cabbage Rolls on my list this week!

Tonight was crustless quiche with broccoli and tomato. Good, easy, and pretty.
That's fuzzy. . Just when I thought I had postimage figured out!

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Hope it turns out as yummy as it sounds to me.
They turned out okay. The rice didn't really cook all the way. I'm not sure why. There was plenty of extra liquid and, it baked for a long time.
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