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Old 09-18-2009, 05:48 AM   #41
 
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Chicken in Milk? Interesting...
Delicious is what it is! I heard about it through this site.
I am so trying this. Did you do the lid on or lid off version?
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Old 09-18-2009, 05:49 AM   #42
 
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Chicken in Milk? Interesting...
Delicious is what it is! I heard about it through this site.
I am so trying this. Did you do the lid on or lid off version?
Lid on. And I only bothered to baste it once.
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Old 09-18-2009, 06:03 AM   #43
 
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Just printed out that chicken in milk recipe. Gonna try it this weekend. Thanks for sharing!!
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Old 09-18-2009, 10:00 AM   #44
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On the menu for tonite...

Crockpot Angel Chicken Recipe

6 boneless chicken breasts
1/2 cup butter
1 pkg dry italian salad dressing mix
1 can golden mushroom soup
1/2 cup white wine (cooking wine or regular drinking wine)
4oz. onion & chive cream cheese
pkg angel hair pasta (cook according to box directions)

Place chicken in crock pot. In sauce pan melt butter. Stir in italian salad dressing mix, soup, cream cheese & wine. Pour over chicken. Cook on low for 4-5 hours. Pour over cooked angel hair pasta or any kind of noodle you desire. (Rice works well also).
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Old 09-18-2009, 12:21 PM   #45
 
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Tonight is brinner (i.e. breakfast for dinner). Eggs, turkey bacon, maybe homemade hashbrowns and biscuits.
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Old 09-18-2009, 12:52 PM   #46
 
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I've always loved brinner! My DH has never been a fan so we never have it, but a few weeks ago he suggested it (miracles do happen) so I hope we do that from time to time.

Tonight is leftover cheeseburger soup and maybe a side salad.
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Old 09-18-2009, 12:55 PM   #47
 
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Brinner is a staple in our house. Along with tacos and spaghetti.
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Will try out a quick dish I saw last night on Globetrekker, cuisine of South India. Shrimp seasoned with indian spices and salt (I have some in my kitchen cupboard turmeric, coriander, masala, cayenne pepper). Saute onions, garlic and fresh ginger in a little olive oil, toss in shrimp, add a little coconut milk and veggies. Will use long cut green beans and then serve over brown rice.
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I've always loved brinner! My DH has never been a fan so we never have it, but a few weeks ago he suggested it (miracles do happen) so I hope we do that from time to time.

Tonight is leftover cheeseburger soup and maybe a side salad.
I think my SO and your DH are the same person. They do not like mushrooms or brinner. Maybe that is where he goes when he said he is traveling.
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Just printed out that chicken in milk recipe. Gonna try it this weekend. Thanks for sharing!!
I did too. Not sure if I will get it to this weekend but definitely next weekend.
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I've always loved brinner! My DH has never been a fan so we never have it, but a few weeks ago he suggested it (miracles do happen) so I hope we do that from time to time.

Tonight is leftover cheeseburger soup and maybe a side salad.
I think my SO and your DH are the same person. They do not like mushrooms or brinner. Maybe that is where he goes when he said he is traveling.
Or possibly very closely related? LOL

I mean, what kind of crazy do you have to be to turn down pancakes at any time of the day??
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I've always loved brinner! My DH has never been a fan so we never have it, but a few weeks ago he suggested it (miracles do happen) so I hope we do that from time to time.
Dude, this is totally my household!! He suggested brinner one night last week and I jumped into the kitchen.

We're having cheesy potato soup tonight and maybe a salad. I haven't decided on the side yet.
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tonight is sweet and sour meatloaf and mashed potatoes.
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Late dinner of salmon smothered in a yogurt dill sauce, couscous and salad with homemade pseudo-Caesar dressing
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Old 09-18-2009, 07:18 PM   #55
 
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Tonight, I picked up pho and noodles from our favorite hole-in-the-wall Vietnamese place. I have been so lazy this week when it comes to cooking. I definitely have to get back into the routine soon.
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Old 09-19-2009, 07:35 AM   #56
 
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That chicken in milk looks like a combo of the classic pork simmered in milk and chicken with 40 garlic cloves, so it has to be good.
I am jealous of you all for having time to cook.
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I've always loved brinner! My DH has never been a fan so we never have it, but a few weeks ago he suggested it (miracles do happen) so I hope we do that from time to time.

Tonight is leftover cheeseburger soup and maybe a side salad.
I think my SO and your DH are the same person. They do not like mushrooms or brinner. Maybe that is where he goes when he said he is traveling.
No, there are three of them, and I have the third. Do they all meet somewhere from time to time and eat boring, bland food?
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On the menu for tonite...

Crockpot Angel Chicken Recipe

6 boneless chicken breasts
1/2 cup butter
1 pkg dry italian salad dressing mix
1 can golden mushroom soup
1/2 cup white wine (cooking wine or regular drinking wine)
4oz. onion & chive cream cheese
pkg angel hair pasta (cook according to box directions)

Place chicken in crock pot. In sauce pan melt butter. Stir in italian salad dressing mix, soup, cream cheese & wine. Pour over chicken. Cook on low for 4-5 hours. Pour over cooked angel hair pasta or any kind of noodle you desire. (Rice works well also).
This is my husband's all-time favorite dish that I make. I make the sauce on the stove top though and then bake the chicken in the oven. I serve it with rice and green beans.
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We're having lasagna. The recipe is courtesy of some helpful posters . Now I need to get off of here and go to the store!
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