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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Quote Originally Posted by nennie View Post
    Meatloaf.
    That's what I'm having for supper tonight. Meatloaf and salad.
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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Baked flounder, corn on the cob, and potato salad for hub and flounder and a side of broccoli for me.

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    That baked flounder sound yummy.

    We are going to grill out tonight! I picked up some turkey burgers for me, beef burgers for eveyone else. (They are frozen. I'll post how they are.)
    I'm also making some potato salad, baked beans, and fresh corn.

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    ^It was pretty good, Debb, but since I am on a 'no carb' diet, I could not even use any type of breading. I would not have fried it, but maybe dipped it in an egg wash, dredged it in flour and then bread crumbs, and sprayed a bit of olive oil or PAM on the bottom of the pan. I basically use olive oil flavored PAM and sprinkle the fillets with paprika and garlic powder.

    Just by switching out beef for fish one time a week my husband has lost over 5 lbs and he isn't even trying to lose nor does he have a weight problem. It is infuriating to me.

    Tonight was hard boiled eggs and sautéed zucchini as I watching hubby eat pizza.
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    Pizza here- with salad and dessert to be decided on
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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Quote Originally Posted by Eastcoastmom View Post
    ^It was pretty good, Debb, but since I am on a 'no carb' diet, I could not even use any type of breading. I would not have fried it, but maybe dipped it in an egg wash, dredged it in flour and then bread crumbs, and sprayed a bit of olive oil or PAM on the bottom of the pan. I basically use olive oil flavored PAM and sprinkle the fillets with paprika and garlic powder.

    Just by switching out beef for fish one time a week my husband has lost over 5 lbs and he isn't even trying to lose nor does he have a weight problem. It is infuriating to me.

    Tonight was hard boiled eggs and sautéed zucchini as I watching hubby eat pizza.

    MEN!!!!!!!! *growls*
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    I didn't post it here, but I made a great nonhealthy dinner on Sunday. It was an experiment that turned out well. I had to eat in moderation though. I'll save it for special ocassions only.

    It was fettucine mixed with chicken, broccoli, carrots, onions in alfredo sauce. I did use the lower fat alfredo sauce. lol
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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Quote Originally Posted by Debb70 View Post
    I didn't post it here, but I made a great nonhealthy dinner on Sunday. It was an experiment that turned out well. I had to eat in moderation though. I'll save it for special ocassions only.

    It was fettucine mixed with chicken, broccoli, carrots, onions in alfredo sauce. I did use the lower fat alfredo sauce. lol
    Sounds delicious -- and, really, not so unhealthy. A lower-fat alfredo sauce in moderation is a beautiful thing!
    (...especially with all the veggies...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellen View Post
    Sounds delicious -- and, really, not so unhealthy. A lower-fat alfredo sauce in moderation is a beautiful thing!
    (...especially with all the veggies...)
    I tried to be conservative with the sauce and didn't put a ton of it in. If I had to find fault, it would be there wasn't quite enough sauce. Still it was delicious.

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    Re: What's For Dinner TONIGHT?

    Making... pasta & sand and I think I'll make a spinach salad.

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