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Old 01-07-2019, 06:18 PM   #16
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Can you tell me more about the ricotta?
Sure. It was this recipe (but I just made the ricotta and used it in lasagna)
https://www.oneingredientchef.com/ch...tuffed-shells/

Tonight we had the German lentil soup recipe from Happy Herbivore Around the World with some whole wheat garlic toast, heavy on the garlic (ds2 had strep and I'm not sure if the rest of us do- in any case I thought we could use the garlic, plus it was yummy!)
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That is a really intriguing recipe. Thanks for sharing! Going to have to try it.
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That is a really intriguing recipe. Thanks for sharing! Going to have to try it.
It's really good! Let me know if you try it!
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Old 01-10-2019, 12:24 PM   #19
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Tuesday - party shrimp, cheddar grits, sauteed veggies (mushrooms, zucchini, spinach), tomato sauce
Wednesday - gluten free spaghetti bolognese, crockpot creamed corn, simple greens with olive oil and vinegar dressing and blue cheese
Tonight - chiles rellenos, rice, green beans
Tomorrow night - chicken tacos, refried beans, Mexican rice, homemade salsa and guacamole
Saturday and Sunday - easy chicken and rice soup
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Egg Roll in a Bowl tonight
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Potato soup (instant pot)
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I made a venison stew with dill dumplings tonight. It was very good. You could use beef if you didn't have venison. The seasoning was kind of crazy. The recipe called for 10 bay leaves and 3 TBSP of Worcestershire sauce. I doubled the recipe, but didn't quite double those two. It had a lot of flavor.

I've committed to cooking dinner nightly, which may mean turning down some out of the house opportunities and committing to actually staying home to cook! I will try to remember to take some pictures.

So far this month I've made:

-Black eyed peas with ham and bacon, corn casserole
-Spaghetti with meat sauce, salad
-Tacos with homemade salsa and guacamole
-Horseradish venison stroganoff
-Black beans with hot sausage and cilantro lime rice
-Chicken Pot Pie
-Venison stew with vegetables
-Venison stew with dill dumplings
-Picadillo tacos (ground meat, potatoes, onions, rotel tomatoes)
-Chicken fried steak(venison), mashed potatoes, peas

I'm trying to use up my venison that is from last season! I've got 2 deer from this year in my pantry and dh is going hunting one more time this month!


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I think tonight will be Broccoli Beef in the IP.
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Tonight is supposed to be Chicken Alfredo pasta, but with volleyball from 4:00 to who knows when, I am not sure how that's supposed to work! I guess we could eat really late tonight!
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Do you have a recipe for the horseradish venison stroganoff? I love the flavor of horseradish. I assume I could sub beef for the venison?
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Pork tenderloin and steamed broccoli last night.

Oatmeal pancakes tonight. (with extra to freeze)
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Desiree, I appreciate the recipe. We don't want to violate the copyright though. I originally thought you could re-write the recipe in your own words, but I happened to find an online link for the recipe. https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/...on-stroganoff/. Could you replace your photo with the link please or I can do it for you if you'd like? Thank you!
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We had baked spaghetti tonight.
I also made chicken curry and veggies in the crockpot last night so we have that to eat all weekend.


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I cam home to a fridge full of leftovers that my mom made while she had the girls for the first 10 days of January.

I have yet to really cook anything this month.

I really need to get a meal plan done and try to keep it cheep, DH doesn't get paid untill the end of the month and we are currently keeping up double households.
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