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    Cold and rainy here; making cheese tortellini soup with salad and fresh-baked bread. I am so ready for spring, but trying new soup recipes to help get us through this crazy winter.
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    Sauteed shrimp, green beans and deviled eggs.
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    we ordered Chinese, hubby had a hankering
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    I had a student catching up on work after school, taught swim lessons at the Y, and went to the store to stock up before the storm. I was starving by that point and gave into the fried chicken strips cooked in-store. Kicking myself, but darn! it was good.
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    We're having spaghetti and meatballs tonight for supper.
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    Shrimp scampi with angel hair pasta.
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    I'm roasting a turkey. It should be done pretty soon here. The house smells amazing. It'll be Turkey City around here for the next few weeks!
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    We used to have a commercial freezer in the basement and only cooked on a wood cook stove that was being used for heat anyway, so I bought frozen turkeys when they were on sale and would cook them all winter. I agree... nothing compares to the smell. Yum. Enjoy!
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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    I'm going to try making some Minestrone soup tonight. I love soup!

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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gutmutter View Post
    We used to have a commercial freezer in the basement and only cooked on a wood cook stove that was being used for heat anyway, so I bought frozen turkeys when they were on sale and would cook them all winter. I agree... nothing compares to the smell. Yum. Enjoy!
    It IS pretty much my favorite cooking smell I only WISH I had a freezer big enough to hold more than one turkey. I ended up having to take this one out of the freezer because I didn't have enough room for it when I got back from grocery shopping last week! I just said, "Well, I guess I'm having turkey next week" when I couldn't get everything I'd bought in without removing the turkey.

    It turned out REALLY good, BTW. The stuffing was incredible too. I made stock and gravy last night after I carved the entire turkey (). I think I'll be doing soup tomorrow.

    Turkey sandwich for lunch today!
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