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Old 07-12-2018, 05:56 PM   #31
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Visiting grandparents in Texas,so we went out and had mexican

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Old 07-13-2018, 08:27 AM   #32
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Homemade pizza - one gluten free, one regular.
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Old 07-14-2018, 09:27 PM   #33
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Chicken Pot Pie Soup - sort of a riff on a recipe I already had, but I didn't make any biscuits with it because I'm all out of gluten free flours.
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Grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup with oyster crackers
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Old 07-18-2018, 04:21 PM   #35
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Beef Stir Fry, rice, pineapple
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Old 07-18-2018, 05:51 PM   #36
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Chicken Pot Pie Soup - sort of a riff on a recipe I already had, but I didn't make any biscuits with it because I'm all out of gluten free flours.
What was your starting point? I have neaver heard of a chicken pot pie soup but it sounds like a wonderful dish.

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Lemon cream chicken served on arugula. (or with green beans lol)
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This was my starting point. My kids used to love this so much, but I quit making it when I went gluten free, but I figured out I could easily sub gf flour and just not serve it with biscuits. I used diced potatoes, not hashbrowns, and upped the volume of the soup by adding more broth, adding more of the veggies called for in the recipe and adding some other veggies I had on hand. It is such a comforting soup.
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This was my starting point. My kids used to love this so much, but I quit making it when I went gluten free, but I figured out I could easily sub gf flour and just not serve it with biscuits. I used diced potatoes, not hashbrowns, and upped the volume of the soup by adding more broth, adding more of the veggies called for in the recipe and adding some other veggies I had on hand. It is such a comforting soup.
Silvana's gluten-free and dairy-free kitchen has a good biscuit recipe.

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It's Shark Week! I have NO IDEA what I'm doing for dinners, but we're having shark themed desserts for sure.
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We had tacos today.

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We had zoodles with ground buffalo and pasta sauce tonight. The buffalo was on sale and cheaper than beef, and it was pretty good!
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We had chicken cutlets with a lemon-parsley and caper sauce. Kale chips and salad on the side. (Dessert was blue jell-o layered with red jell-o and topped with a shark fin made from oranges. The littles were VERY excited about dessert. I don't usually do packaged stuff. )
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DH is working late, so the kids asked for pancakes. (He doesn't like breakfast for dinner.)

I made this Shark Week treat for dessert.
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We had chicken sausage sautéed with peppers and spinach.
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