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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Happy anniversary, FannyMare!

    Tonight is chicken and rice. Now that my son is on this new diet/lifestyle, I do a lot of cooking, and this meal is fairly easy.
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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    FannyMare, hope you had a happy anniversary!

    Tonight we're having a whole roasted chicken, cheesy potato casserole and peas.
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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Quote Originally Posted by angelic_one2002 View Post
    FannyMare, hope you had a happy anniversary!

    Tonight we're having a whole roasted chicken, cheesy potato casserole and peas.

    Can I come to your house angelic? Sounds yummy. I am making oven fajitas sure hope they turn out good.
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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Chicken Marsala and Caprese Salad. I have these pretty little heirloom cherry tomatoes in the middle of winter! Seems like South American produce can deliver what is out of season here.
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    That sounds really yummy, Punkin.

    Tilapia and steamed vegetables for me. Pasta with lentils for the menfolk.
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    How funny Eastcoastmumin Australia we see Tilapia as a noxious fish and a real threat to our fisheries and inedible so I would love to know what it tastes like. I think if they changed its status to an edible delicious fish and got people to like it we maybe able to cull the numbers a bit.
    Go back in Indonesia on Saturday so its three more nights of enjoying affordable red meat and salads with not a grain of rice in sight
    Tonight its lamb cutlets marinated in garlic, lemon and oregano grilled on the BBQ and severed with a greek salad that's if I manage to get up off the couch and motivated
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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Poached salmon, mashed baked) sweet potatoes, and Waldorf salad.
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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lucynda View Post
    How funny Eastcoastmumin Australia we see Tilapia as a noxious fish and a real threat to our fisheries and inedible so I would love to know what it tastes like. I think if they changed its status to an edible delicious fish and got people to like it we maybe able to cull the numbers a bit.
    Go back in Indonesia on Saturday so its three more nights of enjoying affordable red meat and salads with not a grain of rice in sight
    Tonight its lamb cutlets marinated in garlic, lemon and oregano grilled on the BBQ and severed with a greek salad that's if I manage to get up off the couch and motivated
    Hmm, interesting, Lucynda.Truth be told it does not have much of a flavor. I'm not a huge fish lover and am dieting so I can't fry it or prepare it with any kind of rich sauce. I enjoy seafood like shrimp, clams, scallops, lobster much more so than fish but tilapia is fairly bland so I tend to eat it often along with flounder.
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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    I like to sautee tilapia with a little lemon and a tad bit of butter. Talipia is a mild fish and is also good fried.

    I am having chili for dinner tonight.
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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    I'm allergic to fish; however, he's not. After we watched an episode of "Dirty Jobs" featuring tilapia, he no longer eats it.
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