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No pics...ate it before I even thought about taking a pic, but we had grilled fish (in my panini maker), sautaed zoodles and fingerling potatoes.  Desert was just fruit.

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Cast Irom dinner tonight. 

 

Eggs, over easy. Pancakes on the griddle. Hash browns.  Sausage with a weight to keep them from shrinking. 

 

DH wanted breakfast for dinner. 

 

 

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Sorry...we ate our supper before I knew this post was here!  We had Beer battered Cod bites, fries and pork & beans.  No pic...:rolleyes:

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Instant Pot spaghetti  tonight.

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Used some of our Thanksgiving turkey that I had vacuum sealed and put in the freezer...to make enchiladas.  Had some re-fried beans on the side. 

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Tonight was my "tweaked" Lasagna...using cottage cheese/egg mixture instead of ricotta and wide egg noodles.  Had enough for tomorrow nights meal! 

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On ‎12‎/‎13‎/‎2018 at 8:25 PM, The WE2's said:

Tonight was seared brat slices in Alfredo noodles, and veggie medley on side.  Yummmm!

 

Being originally from WI (only 40 miles from Johnsonville where they make that brand, and only 40 miles from Sheboygan's annual bratwurst festival, I love those sausages.  It does not hurt that they are so flavor full that you can slice them up and mix them with other stuff....your Brats & Noodles Alfredo looks delicious!  (I use them in scalloped potatoes, or chopped in scrambled eggs for breakfast burritos, or chopped in bean soup!  Mmmmm brats.....(no emoji for drooling, is there?) One of my favorite "stretch" foods because of their great flavor.

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Yes Kappy, the Johnsonville Smoked Brats are delish!  We bought them at the Mennonite store for about half of what regular retail stores charge.  We bought a bag full and I vacuum sealed them into smaller portions (2 in a bag) for the freezer.  They are huge!

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Tonight, was stroganoff. Using the left over beef & shrooms from the BBQ shish kabobs, a couple of weeks ago. 

 

 

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oh those shrooms look so good.  mary does not eat them, otherwise we would be putting shroom plugs in to all those sweet gum logs we have not split yet.  shiitake mushrooms are supposed to like sweet gum logs to grow on.  Oh well....I can live with getting a few at the store now and again...but still.....and anarchy I use cottage cheese for ricotta....and sour cream....and wherever I can put it for the protein boost, lol.  Tonight I mixed some into leftover mac salad for dinner, a couple nights ago stuffed it in some baked potatoes, and before that stuck some into a pasta casserole, along with some grated cheddar and some Parmesan "shaky cheese" to make it a "three-cheese" casserole.  I am a cottage cheese fanatic!  Of course I often have to blend it smooth to hide it from those who don't like cottage cheese as much as I do.....

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On 12/15/2018 at 8:21 PM, Annarchy said:

The We2’s, I use cottage cheese instead of ricotta all the time. 

 

I put about 4 eggs in with the cottage cheese and give it a good mix.  Really helps with the binding.

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We use a lot of mushrooms. Tasty :feedme:

 

Just have to share, she made Stromboli alien worms for her kiddos...  we share dinner pics a lot, this one is awesome...

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hee-Hee Annarchy. I can see some 'interesting' food making projects in my future too. :grinning-smiley-044:

 

I've always used cottage cheese and eggs in my lasagna too.

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No pics...just pulled a package of our left over turkey, whipped up some mashed potatoes, had some turkey gravy and some green beans with bamboo shoots/water chestnuts.  Almost like another thanksgiving dinner!

 

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Sounds tasty We2.

 

Sourdough bread turned out good.  Fed the starter for next time. Sent a TY to the person who gave me the starter. Still had to remove a heaping tbs when it was getting to room temperature. 

 

We had jalapeño poppers for an appetizer, (DH asked for Colby cheese mixed in the cream cheese) and sourdough turkey, ham & salami sandwiches for dinner.  Mine had lettuce & tomatoes. 

My brother sent us a package from New Braunfels Smokehouse with salami, ham, turkey, sausages & cheese. Since we’re going to MIL’s, Christmas treats are a little early. :happy0203:  

 

We still have a few dozen jalapeños left, and the bushes are full, which I need to pick. I’ve got enough seeds to put a hedge around our property. :008Laughing:

 

 

 

 

 

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Amazingly the jalapeños are not hot, except the one DH got, lol.  

 

Last night was wrapped lil beef sausages and bean soup. 

 

 

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Still enjoying turkey from Thanksgiving!  Fried up two thick slices (I vacuum sealed several bags of it) and fixed some noodles and some veggies...then enjoyed some of our homemade cranberry-strawberry-green chili jam over the turkey.  Can you believe hubby likes it!  Wanna see?   (ps...probably next week I'll start thawing and canning a turkey that we bought while on sale (we have 6 in the deep freezers). That's the plan any way.:rolleyes:

 

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