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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Last night I ended up doing a cream of potato soup (just potato, onion, chicken stock, dill, salt and pepper) and crusty bread of which I had a very trace portion.
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    Chicken fried steak and bisuits and gravy. I didn't bother making potatoes they don't eat them.
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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Roast pork, little roasted potatoes and cauliflower
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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Book club night tonight, so lots of little stuff. Hummus and pita, Spanakopita, gingerbread, Russian tea cookies, a fabulous chocolate cake from Trader Joe's and some AMAZING blue brie cheese. I could fall into a vat of that stuff and never come out. My friend sent me home with some. I'm resisting pulling it out of the fridge and eating it all in one sitting!
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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    It was Christmas Bunco night for me. A group of women that I have been playing bunco with for over 25 years met up, played games and we all brought food. We had shrimp 3 different ways, taquitos with fabulous guacamole, salad and all sorts of other wonderful things that I didn't eat due to my avoidance of all things with wheat in it. One tasty treat was dried apricots dipped in white chocolate. We also had wine from a local winery and from California. Yum! My husband make turkey soup so that will be what I have tomorrow before I walk to work in the snow that we are expected to have.

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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Last night was seared tuna (with some low-sodium soy sauce) and pureed cauliflower.

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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Just mixed up all the ingredients for chili in the crockpot. It's even cold here in Arizona!!!!

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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Dinner last night was meatloaf, with homemade ketchup (no sugar added).

    I made the ketchup in the blender, and then after I poured most of it into a bowl, I threw 1/2 onion, a zucchini, and a portobello mushroom into the blender. I added the mixture to the 88/12 ground beef, and glazed it with the ketchup. (I started it on the stove in a skillet so that I could drain off the fat, and then finished it in the oven.)

    I also served steamed broccoli and a sorta-Waldorf salad (Granny Smith apple, celery, and golden raisins, with a dressing made from Greek yogurt, low fat mayo, apple cider vinegar, and a few drops of Agave).

    Kid ate about half of everything...for the first time in a week, he wasn't still hungry later.

    Oh, and I made sugarless, flourless peanut butter cookies. Which actually came out pretty good. (I made "two ingredient cookies" the other night that were a complete fail, so now I'm treating all of the new recipes that I've found as experiments. If they don't work, eh...it was worth a try. If they do work, it's a bonus.)

    Now to figure out what to make tonight...

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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    I just made a pot of homemade chili for supper tonight. I love soup during this cold weather.
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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Hubby is having shrimp and french fries and rolls and nephew is having pork steak french fries and rolls. I ate a late lunch so will probably eat a roll with butter.
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