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Old 03-04-2013, 08:53 PM   #4301
 
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I made a simple risotto with peas and a side of asparagus for me, though my son did taste them
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Old 03-05-2013, 08:02 AM   #4302
 
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I have chili in the crockpot for tonight. Somehow I've gone all winter without making it! I'll throw some corn bread in the oven when I get home, and that will be dinner!

I love crockpot nights
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Old 03-06-2013, 02:30 PM   #4303
 
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Last night we had naan bread pizzas with salad.

Mine had onions, peppers, mushroom, zucchini, and dill.

Mr. Spring had Canadian bacon, onions, and peppers.
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Last night we had naan bread pizzas with salad.

Mine had onions, peppers, mushroom, zucchini, and dill.

Mr. Spring had Canadian bacon, onions, and peppers.
I need to try this. I like homemade pizza, but I get so frustrated with the refrigerated dough that it usually just ends up in the trash J

Any specific naan recommendations, spring?
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Old 03-06-2013, 02:59 PM   #4305
 
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I don't know if you shop at Costco, but you can get a pack of 6 for a good price there, but you have to keep them in the fridge or they'll go bad quickly.

Raley's also carries them, I think it's right by the rotisserie chickens right when you go in the store (the one in RP). They're the Stonefire | Flatbread - Authentic Naan Recipe - Roti & Pita Recipes brand and their website has lots of great recipe suggestions.

I love them because I can put what I want on mine and Mr. Spring can get whatever he wants without me trying to keep toppings off his half. They're so great for a quick meal, all I had to do was chop the stuff and throw it on there and about 14ish minutes in the oven it was time to eat. It was really handy last night because we had craig's list people coming to see stuff and it was a little hectic time wise. I went to TJ's yesterday and bought a bunch of veggies and I used their bruschetta topping for the sauce. Good stuff.
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Old 03-06-2013, 03:08 PM   #4306
 
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Awesome, thank you! I’m definitely going to do this. I have been SO lazy and just unmotivated lately when it comes to making dinner. We’ve been eating out more often than I’d like, and even had Taco Bell for dinner the other night. Tonight is leftover chili from last night…and I’ll probably have it for lunch tomorrow too…
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Tonight was clean out the frig night - spicy pineapple chicken, hamburger patty, asparagus, sauteed romaine, strawberries. And some dark chocolate.
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Old 03-06-2013, 07:57 PM   #4308
 
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Turkey pot pie

Oh my word, this stuff is so good. Maybe because I was starving.
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Old 03-07-2013, 07:21 PM   #4309
 
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Ginger and brown sugar glazed salmon
Roasted green beans
Rice
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Old 03-07-2013, 07:37 PM   #4310
 
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I have no idea....
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Old 03-07-2013, 08:42 PM   #4311
 
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Dinner at a local brewery. Red pepper hummus with pita bread. Delish! Veggie burger on ciabatta bread. Also delish. And a flight of 6 beers.
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Johnnycakes, fresh amish bacon (not made from amish people, made BY amish people. haha), and 'crashed potatoes' (recipe courtesy of RCC). Never ever ever thought I'd make a recipe from the Pioneer Woman (blech, can't stand her) but these were very fun and good.
And some beignets for dessert.
The boyfriend and the boy ate every crumb of food.
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I've made those crash potatoes (I actually got the recipe from somewhere else though) and they're super good.
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i made spaghetti carbonara yesterday and added some sliced black olives and diced grape tomatoes and just had the leftovers for a late lunch.

yum, yum, YUM!
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Ham and potato soup. It really hit the spot.
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Old 03-10-2013, 08:58 PM   #4316
 
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Grilled steak
Baked potato
Salad

Best darn steak I've had in ages, a grass fed ribeye from the meat market near the house.
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These roasted veggies...

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I've made those crash potatoes (I actually got the recipe from somewhere else though) and they're super good.
I've made them, too....sooo good!

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Grilled steak
Baked potato
Salad

Best darn steak I've had in ages, a grass fed ribeye from the meat market near the house.
That all sounds so good right now!
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Jaynee, you ever go to Bud's meats?
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