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    Keeping my fingers crossed for eggplant parmesan. Entirely dependent on whether there's eggplant in the CSA pick-up this week.
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    Tonight, I'm deboning some chicken thighs, stuffing them with a combination of rice and veggies, baking and then glazing them with sweet and sour sauce. I'm thinking of having Teriyaki rice or mashed potatoes and corn on the side. :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by HetHert View Post
    OMG I'll bring the wine or beer? drool drool.

    Hahahaha you guys have some really great menus. And I'm loving the crawdad stew idea. My husband is from Louisianna and I bet he'd love it if I made a stew like what you've mentioned Cind.

    Do you think you could pass along that recipe to me in PM or post it up here? I'd love to surprise him with a good seafood style stew.
    Well, you want about 1/2 to 1 pound of crayfish for each person, there is allot of waste on those. 4-6 mussels, clams, and shrimp for each person. All mine were frozen.
    I used 4 med. shallots, 1/2 a med. onion and 4 cloves of garlic. In a large pot simmer them with a little water until clear. Add the large can of diced tomatoes and the cut up potatoes. Add water to cover potatoes. Simmer until almost done. Add seasoning (Louisiana seafood or what you like). Add corn, cook about 10 min. add frozen seafood. Almost cover with water and bring to boil. Seafood should be done but check it. Add more seasoning if needed.

    That's about as close as I get to a recipe. Good luck!
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    Woo hoo thanks Cind!!!


    So tonight I'm making home-made bolognese sauce for some ravioli.





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    I'm going to have curry. I use some recipe from Lee Kim Kee's Coconut Flavored Curry Sauce. (I get it at the asian market.) I cook up some chicken and potatoes with the sauce. Then, I throw in some frozen vegetables. After a while, I put it over rice. Yum!

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    Kale, new potatoes, & black beans in a skillet with...seasoning of some sort. This time of year, we mostly make up meals as we go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Windsmith View Post
    Kale, new potatoes, & black beans in a skillet with...seasoning of some sort. This time of year, we mostly make up meals as we go.
    Hamburger was on sale at Target - looks like we're having burgers tonight. I'm not cooking so I don't know what we'll have to go with 'em.
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    I have no clue what I'm having for dinner tonite but it'll definitely be something simple; I'm too tired to get involved with a big meal today.
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    A big salad will be part of it. I have to use up the greens in my fridge before they go bad.

    I'm not that fond of freezing the greens and adding them to soup later, but might do that if I can't use them up fast enough.

    Probably stir-fry a bit of beef and rice to the side.


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