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Old 07-01-2019, 09:42 AM   #1
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Default July Dinners - What are you cooking?

Please share what you are eating for your main meal each day. Recipe links and photos are encouraged if you have them.



I am actively menu planning right now so will have to come back to update what we are having tonight.
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Default Re: July Dinners - What are you cooking?

I believe tonight will be jambalaya at the request of ds16.
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Old 07-01-2019, 11:14 AM   #3
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Default Re: July Dinners - What are you cooking?

I think I've decided on a chicken, rice, veggie casserole thing based on what I have on hand in the house since grocery shopping isn't until tomorrow. I'll serve a Greek salad on the side. Another strange combination but it will have to do.
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Default Re: July Dinners - What are you cooking?

Pasta primavera with grilled chicken tonight. Need to stop at the farmers market for the veggies tonight.
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I had been planning pork chops and roasted veggies but wiggle worm wants to make corn dog muffins because it is one of her stuffed animals birthday.

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Default Re: July Dinners - What are you cooking?

I'm grilling sausage and making black beans in my IP. I think serving it with caesar salad.
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Old 07-01-2019, 03:07 PM   #7
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Default Re: July Dinners - What are you cooking?

Nothing.
As usual.

Iím so ready for second trimester.

Tonight I ordered Noodles and Co from Door Dash I ate shrimp pad Thai and a salad, and DD has mac and cheese with chicken and apple sauce.




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Default Re: July Dinners - What are you cooking?

I made chicken cutlets, sauteed spinach w/bacon, and spaghetti with garlic and olive oil.

Secunda has been asking for Chicken Friiiiiiiiied Chicken. We'll see if cutlets will suffice for now.
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Crockpot Salsa Chicken, which everyone picked at. The leftovers will probably turn into quesadillas or tacos in a few days.
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I'm committing to cook dinner every night in July. I made a plan for the entire month.
Tonight's meal was very fast but way better than I expected.
https://lifeasmom.com/creamy-chicken...-and-tomatoes/

Every one ate it, and two of my kids only usually eat plain pasta. It is going on the make again list for sure.
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Default Re: July Dinners - What are you cooking?

We're going out of town tomorrow so I have to use up what's in the fridge. EEK!

Tonight is grilled chili-rubbed flank steak, broccoli, and whatever salad veggies are left over after lunch.
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I'm committing to cook dinner every night in July. I made a plan for the entire month.
I did that very successfully in January. So much so that I carried it over to February. Saved a lot of money!


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Crockpot spaghetti bolognese, gf spaghetti noodles, creamy corn, mixed greens salad
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Tonight is Greek Chicken Quinoa bowls.
https://www.cookingclassy.com/grille...-quinoa-bowls/
I am omitting the avocado, but adding some spinach.
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I think tonight will be pasta.
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