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Lazy meals last night and tonight.  Weary from the work...climbing all those steps then coming home to catch up here.  Used my electric "hot pot" like crazy.  Last night it was Chili-Mac and tonight it was Mac-n-Cheese with the leftover turkey burger from last night, and green beans on the side.

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Breaded beef tenderloin (we shared one) with rice and a tuscun veggie mix.  Dessert was the leftover rice with raisins, cinnamon and honey and a dash of milk.  Shared an apple a bit ago and we both had a cup of tea.  Him peppermint (yes! He's finally gotten to drinking hot tea!) and me Chamomile.  

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Here’s the beef enchiladas & refried beans we had on Monday. Used some of the taco meat I had jarred up for DH.

 

 

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Ham and beans with potatoes...and cornbread.  Dessert was a piece of spiced cake that I made.  I make a VERY small cake, in my corning ware, and it divides into four pieces.  Just our size.

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Last night we grabbed my birthday coupon (before it expired) and went to one of our favorite steak burger places and bought one steak burger and fry and got the other free...plus two delicious strawberry shakes.  For some reason their burgers etc. don't throw us a curve like some of the "faster" burger places do.  

Tonight I retrieved the left over fajita and rice mix, heated it up and wrapped it in tortilla's and added some refried beans.  EZ on the cook night...again! :thumbs:

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Air fried chicken, kinda spicy, with apricots and spinach.

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Beef bits, oriental seasoned vegetables, yellow rice (boy that stuff is tasty! and pears for dessert.

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had green salad with light ranch, half cup broccoli apple salad and quarter cup of coleslaw at Church dinner. Came home and had 2 hard boiled eggs on rice crackers for protein.

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Bologna sandwich, DH had chips & ice cream with his. 

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I made a big batch of veggie stir fry today.  Has yellow squash, purple onion, shredded carrots, water chestnuts, mushrooms, bag of broccoli cuts and bag of stir fry veggies.  Low salt soy sauce, oriental 5- spice and a little teriyaki sauce (will make my own of that- low salt- when I get back from FL.  very good!  Will have it later with a piece of salmon.  Right now having a small side salad with light ranch, then some grapes.

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I love fried bologna sandwiches with a swipe of mustard. I think I'll have some of that tonight. Thanks for the reminder Annie.

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4 hours ago, Jeepers said:

bologna

 

Chuckling here...we've been known to fry it up, lay it on a tortilla with some shredded cheese and mayo, roll it up and we've got a "balony" burrito! :24:

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Herb fried chicken breast, buttered potatoes with onions and sour cream, veggie medley and dessert was a small cup of peaches.  I like to buy the little packages of 4 cups at Aldi's because of portion control. 

Then popped some popcorn a bit ago for a snack.

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“Bolito” :lol:  Nice. 

 

We like to wrap hotdogs in tortillas with some salsa. Used to always take a frozen pack of hotdogs with us, while backpacking, as a easy treat, after a long day of hiking.

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10 hours ago, Annarchy said:

wrap hotdogs in tortillas

 

Been known to do that too!  Let's see...whatcha gonna call this Jeeps! :laughkick:

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Enjoyed making our "Lasagna" in the electric pressure cooker. Step one cook the egg noodles & drain. Step 2 add the seasoned sausage crumbles. Step 3 add the pasta sauce. Step 4 mix cottage cheese & egg and pour over top of noodles etc. Step 5 add a nice layer of shredded cheese...we like the taco or mexican blend. Step 6 steam for 5 minutes. Step 7...EAT!

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