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    Default What's for Dinner? Sat 7/26?

    Well yesterday did not go as planned, so we're having the chicken and zucchini tonight instead.

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    I have a hankering for a juicy cheeseburger so we'll be grilling up some of those. Cooked up some bacon a few min ago & may add some to the burger. Who am I kidding, you know bacon will be there. I'll bake up some oven fries and to health it up I'll pop some carrot sticks onto the table.

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    I have been cooking and freezing meals in preparation for bubs birth. There was the makings for Cannelloni lo so I made one up for us for tonights dinner.

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    cornbeef and cabbage

    Nice and easy. I put it in the crockpot while I was putting on the morning pot of

    I have some oatmeal bread ingredients prepped so i mught throw in some oatmeal bread as well.

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    Potato Soup. Joe will be at work and although I'm not to the point of actually getting sick with this baby (yet) last week when I thought I was going to be, soup was the only thing I could think of that sounded good.

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    I'm leaning towards pasta with meat sauce, but that may change later. I want to go through the freezer and see what needs used up.

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    Red beans & rice.
    I already have the beans cooked in the freezer, so all I need to do is to make up some rice and bake up some cornbread.

    I love quick & easy on the weekends, okay who am I kidding?
    I like quick & easy cooking anytime.

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    This is one of those rare weekends when everyone is home, my 21 year old dd is a busy girl and not home very often anymore. She is requesting all her favorite comfort foods. So tonight will probably be cheeseburgers and fries

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    We get to go to a friends house for dinner tonight. I'm going to bring a salad and some wine. Can't wait!

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    Since DH is out of town, I'm thinking I might just have one of the hot pockets we got in the food package I picked up today (our monthly co-op food package usually includes some convenience items). Or maybe I'll just go with a sandwich.
    Every little bit helps.


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    Creamy penne & spinach.
    Maybe some homemade garlic breadsticks too...

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    Baked beans, salad, and some type of fruit.

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    Here's the plan, let's see if it happens:

    Pork Roast Au Jus
    Mashed Potatoes with homemade gravy
    Vegetable - maybe edamame or peas
    DH has never tried edamame, but maybe I can get him to eat it.

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    Well we just ate dinner and we had macaroni with ground beef. I also added some cheese slices (which of course melted) through it and the boys just about licked their plates off. That was yummy!

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    Chicken Adobo

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