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Old 03-22-2006, 05:02 PM   #161
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Last night I made stuffed cabbage-which I LOVE, everyone cleaned their plates too..rofl Tonight it was diner night..lol One dd had eggs, the other dd had mac n cheese (she's 7) dh and I had taquitos. No one could agree on one thing so this is what happens..lol Tomorrow is spaghetti and meatballs cooked all day in the crockpot with lots of garlic and homemade french bread.
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I'm on my way!! Those are one of my FAVORITE treats!!

It'll take me about 10 hrs to get to you!! See you soon.
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I'm on my way!! Those are one of my FAVORITE treats!!

It'll take me about 10 hrs to get to you!! See you soon.
I'll leave the porch light on...knock loud, we're heavy sleepers!

I just had one...yum!
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we had eggs tonight too.

My dh and ds both had eggbeater omlettes. with canadien bacon (dh also had jalepenos and onions)

dd and I had fried eggs and toast

I don't feel so great today, and didn't feel like cooking. So I took the easy way out.

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Jeanne, I am making your casserole tomorrow night!!! Tonight is leftovers (pork roast)

"Have you tried Chicken Poppy Seed Cassarole? It is delish!! Just parboil (boil til tender and cooked white) chicken breast and cut up bite size. Make some rice (I use 10 minute in a crunch, or long grain if I have the time). Put the Rice in the bottom of a buttered (or Pam sprayed) casserole dish. Put chicken on top of the rice. Mix one large can of Cream of Chicken soup with a container of sour cream and pour over chicken and rice. Crush one sleeve of Ritz crackers (crush right in the sleeve, no mess). Melt 1/2 stick of butter and mix in crackers with 2 TBSP poppy seeds. Spread over casserole and bake about 45 minutes or so on 350. (Until Bubbly)"
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I'm making Carne asada tacos from Trader Joes tonight, just broil the carne, pop it in a tortilla shell with beans and cheese and YUM-O! tacos!
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Oh, I love Trader Joes! They have the most delicious frozen entrees...I bought the Orange Chicken and it was AWESOME!!! I pigged it all to myself, but had to eat it over a couple of days for lunches...too much for one meal!

Tonight we are having beef roast, mashed potatoes, gravy and corn. I am going to do the roast in foil in the oven, that way I don't have to mess with a crock pot. I'll have to stop and get some more potatoes sometime today though.
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Michele, Scotcharoos make really good breakfast food too... Yum!
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Jan, I woke up in the middle of the night thinking, I have all of the ingredients for the scotcharoos, those sound really good right now! I didn't get up & make them, but I went back to sleep with my stomach rumbling! Guess, I will make those today!!!
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Isn't Jan evil.

I told DH that I HAVE to go to the store and get rice crispies when he gets home and he asked why, I said you'll see.

Those treats don't make it two days in this house. Oreo crusted ice cream cake doesn't last that long either.

Oreo Crusted Ice Cream Cake or BUSTER BARS whatever you want to call it:

3 rows + 1/2 of 4th crushed (the rest you get to eat while it sets)
1/2 gallon vanilla ice cream (we prefer NY Vanilla)
1/2 cup melted butter
1 1/2 cups spanish peanuts/ or cashews OPTIONAL

Place a few Oreo's at a time into a ziploc bag and crush (I found using the rolling pin works well)
Empty into bowl- continue until all are crushed. Pour melted butter over oreos and stir until moist. Dump into 9 x 13 pan, press to spread. Put in freezer to harden at the same time taking out the ice cream to soften.
At this point you would add the peanuts or cashews on top of oreo's.
Spread Ice Cream over oreo crust. Cover and put back into freezer until a few minutes prior to serving.
Top with chocolate sauce, carmel syrup etc.

OPTIONAL FUDGE TOPPING:

2 cups powdered sugar
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13 oz. evaporated milk
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6 oz. pk of semi sweet chocolate chips

Combine: powdered sugar, evaporated milk, Choc. Chips and butter in sauce pan.
Boil for 8 mins, add vanilla and cool.

This is the BEST summertime treat when family is over. Kids and adults LOVE IT!!
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I am SO glad I found this thread!!! I've been asking people ALL day what they are making for dinner...thanks for the help...and for making me WAY hungry!!!!
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I was going to make pork chops and scalloped potatoes but I was too lazy to take the pork chops out of the freezer to defrost them! So, looks like we'll be having butterflied shrimp! [the kind that isn't heavily breaded that DH can throw in the deep fryer ] Not sure what we'll have with them ... probably a tossed salad and another veggie ....
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I am going to make "Stak-A-Roll Stroganoff" It is so easy and so yummy! Basically a strognoff hamburger mixture without the noodles and then flaky biscuits on top. Haven't made it in awhile, so can't wait until I get home tonight!!

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We are having steaks marinated in chipolte steakhouse rub with baked potatoes, salad & steamed broccoli.
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Boneless, skinless chicken breasts marinated in ff Italian dressing.
Roasted vegetables...potatoes, red onion and carrots.
Kinda on a healthy eating kick lately.
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We have been out to eat every night this week...(I am actually thrilled to be cooking tonight! )We are having tuna casserole and tossed salad.


I will post one of my favorites that my DH and I LOVE:

Chicken Cordon Bleu
(Serves 4)

4 4oz chicken breasts-- pounded thin
Thinly sliced honey ham (I use Deli ham)
4 wedges Laughing Cow cheese
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Place 3-4 slices of deli ham per chicken and 1 wedge laughing cow cheese. Roll chicken and secure with toothpicks.
Place in Pam greased baking dish and sprinkle tops with shake and bake.
Bake 35-45 minutes.


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tonight we are having pork chops and taters.

thinly slice potatoes.
mix one can of mushroom soup with a cup of sour cream, one can of milk, and I added about a cup of shredded cheese.
Pour over taters.

Lay salted and peppered pork chops on top of taters and bake until potatoes are fork tender.

Delicious.

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we had ham, tomato, asparagus & cheese omlettes. i love omlettes- they're so quick & tasty.
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[QUOTE=txblueyes]tonight we are having pork chops and taters.


Becky-- this is my favorite comfort food! YUMMMY!!!!
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We are having steaks marinated in chipolte steakhouse rub with baked potatoes, salad & steamed broccoli.

This is my FAVORITE meal...basic but oh so YUMMY!!!!!
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Chicken Cordon Bleu
(Serves 4)

4 4oz chicken breasts-- pounded thin
Thinly sliced honey ham (I use Deli ham)
4 wedges Laughing Cow cheese
1/2 package Shake and Bake

Preheat oven to 400 degree. Pound chicken until 1/4-inch thickness.
Place 3-4 slices of deli ham per chicken and 1 wedge laughing cow cheese. Roll chicken and secure with toothpicks.
Place in Pam greased baking dish and sprinkle tops with shake and bake.
Bake 35-45 minutes.


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Yum! I think I'll plan to have this next week. It sounds quick, easy, and delicious!
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tonight we are having pork chops and taters.


Becky-- this is my favorite comfort food! YUMMMY!!!!
I am not a huge fan of pork chops, but I love them like this. I coulda added a bit of salt tonight...they were still good though.

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TGIF!!!

Thanks to JanTink I am making Chicken Poppyseed casserole tonight for dinner!!

Also thanks to her I had to work out extra hard this morning to work off the 3 scotcharoos that I ate because she had to go and say that she had made those!! LOL

You know I LOVE you JANTINK!!

P.S. I can hear birds chirping outside!!! SPRING IS HERE!!!
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TGIF!!!

Thanks to JanTink I am making Chicken Poppyseed casserole tonight for dinner!!

Also thanks to her I had to work out extra hard this morning to work off the 3 scotcharoos that I ate because she had to go and say that she had made those!! LOL

You know I LOVE you JANTINK!!

P.S. I can hear birds chirping outside!!! SPRING IS HERE!!!
Hey, you can blame me for the scotcharoos, but the Poppyseed casserole was someone else's...I've seen the recipe before, but I've never tried it.

I wish spring was HERE. It's still only going to be up in the 30's today and it's supposed to SNOW!!! Ick!

Tonight is fish fry night again, so no cooking for me! And tonight I'm breakin' out and havin' the pierogis...I saw a plate of them and they looked scrumptious.

Now as for scotcharoos...time to eat one!
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tonight we are having pork chops and taters.

thinly slice potatoes.
mix one can of mushroom soup with a cup of sour cream, one can of milk, and I added about a cup of shredded cheese.
Pour over taters.

Lay salted and peppered pork chops on top of taters and bake until potatoes are fork tender.

Delicious.

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How many potatoes, what size pan, how long do you bake, at what temperature, come on, dish it!
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Hey, you can blame me for the scotcharoos, but the Poppyseed casserole was someone else's...I've seen the recipe before, but I've never tried it.

I wish spring was HERE. It's still only going to be up in the 30's today and it's supposed to SNOW!!! Ick!

Tonight is fish fry night again, so no cooking for me! And tonight I'm breakin' out and havin' the pierogis...I saw a plate of them and they looked scrumptious.

Now as for scotcharoos...time to eat one!

The pan is half gone already!!! DH must have have a "Few" last night while he was working.

I'll let you guys know how it turns out.

Maybe you'll get our weather Jan. It's to be in the 40's this weekend and 50's by next week!!! I CAN'T WAIT. We really have to watch what we say around DS. we actually have to spell O.U.T.S.I.D.E because he'll run to the gate or window and scream!!

What is pierogis?
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The pan is half gone already!!! DH must have have a "Few" last night while he was working.

I'll let you guys know how it turns out.

Maybe you'll get our weather Jan. It's to be in the 40's this weekend and 50's by next week!!! I CAN'T WAIT. We really have to watch what we say around DS. we actually have to spell O.U.T.S.I.D.E because he'll run to the gate or window and scream!!

What is pierogis?
Pierogis are Eastern European (Polish and Russian among other ethnicities) dumplings...think Chinese-type dumplings or ravioli. They essentially are a noodle dough stuffed with either cheese (cottage cheese mixed with other stuff), a potato mixture or sauerkraut (my favorite), mushroom, beef...there are many different fillings..during lent, you'll only get the first three. They are a circular shape and can range in size from two to four inches in diameter.

Cooking them usually involves boiling them, then frying them (though some people don't fry them) with onion, if you're lucky. They're served with sour cream and/or applesauce. Yum!
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Pierogis are Eastern European (Polish and Russian among other ethnicities) dumplings...think Chinese-type dumplings or ravioli. They essentially are a noodle dough stuffed with either cheese (cottage cheese mixed with other stuff), a potato mixture or sauerkraut (my favorite), mushroom, beef...there are many different fillings..during lent, you'll only get the first three. They are a circular shape and can range in size from two to four inches in diameter.

Cooking them usually involves boiling them, then frying them (though some people don't fry them) with onion, if you're lucky. They're served with sour cream and/or applesauce. Yum!
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Pear for dessert piorgis! But you don't fry those in onions, only butter.

We used to have them AFTER a big holiday so we could grind up the leftover ham and turkey, etc to make the meat ones. Sometimes bacon was added for flavor and moisture.

Man, now I'm hungry!
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Anyone know how to make those doughy cream puffs that are in the chinese resturantes?

Oh and what are they called?
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Have you tried Chicken Poppy Seed Cassarole? It is delish!! Just parboil (boil til tender and cooked white) chicken breast and cut up bite size. Make some rice (I use 10 minute in a crunch, or long grain if I have the time). Put the Rice in the bottom of a buttered (or Pam sprayed) casserole dish. Put chicken on top of the rice. Mix one large can of Cream of Chicken soup with a container of sour cream and pour over chicken and rice. Crush one sleeve of Ritz crackers (crush right in the sleeve, no mess). Melt 1/2 stick of butter and mix in crackers with 2 TBSP poppy seeds. Spread over casserole and bake about 45 minutes or so on 350. (Until Bubbly)
Really good with a broccoli side. I tried adding broccoli to the casserole, but it gets too mushy in there, so I always serve it steamed as a side. This dish is a favorite with my whole family!

Good luck!
I have to appolgize to Jeanne here. I said "thanks to JanTink" for this receipe, but Jan corrected me and said it was from someone else.

So... THANKS TO JEANNE!!! I have dinner planned out tonight and am making the dish above.
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Anyone know how to make those doughy cream puffs that are in the chinese resturantes?

Oh and what are they called?
Are you talking about Crab Rangoon?
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No- they have cinnamon and sugar on them and sometimes they are filled with either a custard or cream cheese
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Anyone cookin' tonight.
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I am making Quick Chicken & Chips casserole.
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I'm thawing out some steaks... probably a salad to go with it. Pretty easy. Too cold to drag out the bbq--that part sucks
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We went out to eat for a late lunch, which usually means popcorn for dinner.

WE went to CiCi's Pizza for the first time. This is a nation-wide chain pizza buffet. In the Detroit area, it is $4.29 for all you can eat (some areas are $3.99), plus $1.36 for a drink. Children under 10 are only $2.99 plus $.99 for their drinks. For our family of five, it only cost $26.40 and everyone had plenty to eat. They have a salad bar, all different kinds of pizza (including some really different ones plus the standards), pasta (that didn't look that great so I didn't try it), and desserts.

We'll definitely go back; it was very good and it's hard to find a place that we can feed our kids that inexpensively AND fill them up!
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Old 03-26-2006, 07:27 AM   #197
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This is one of my favorite casseroles:

Chicken Tetrazinni

8 oz spaghetti or vermicelli, broken in half, cooked
2 to 3 cups cooked chicken
1 tsp. butter
1 cup evaporated milk
1 cup chicken broth
1 envelope spaghetti sauce seasoning mix
1 can (4 oz) sliced mushrooms with liquid
Parmesan cheese

Preheat the oven to 400 F. Put the butter, the evaporated milk, and the chicken broth in a saucepan, whisk in the seasoning mix and bring to a simmer. Simmer for about 5 minutes, add chicken and mushrooms.

Mix cooked spaghetti and sauce, put into a greased casserole dish. Top with Parmesan cheese and bake for 20 minutes.

This is one of my DH's favorites and it is easy to double. It tastes great with some crusty bread and a salad.

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I am making this tonight!! I can't wait. I am soooo hungry for it right now, but my MIL will be here for dinner and I need to make her see that I do make more than pizza and Perkin's to eat.
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we had pork chops with onions last night...mashed potatoes and corn and green beans...

Right now, I've got a pot of sauce simmering on the stove, with meatballs and sausage, which we'll have (as DD would say...she's 2) 'sackaderonees' for dinner with a salad and garlic bread...smells so good in here, I'm hungry already...

Tomorrow and Tuesday DH goes to school...and then I'm trying the salsa and cream cheese chicken posted earlier on Wednesday...


mmmm....Food......
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I'm making Taco Bake tonight. I got it from a great cookbook called "One Bite Won't Kill You" by Ann Hodgman. Her cookbook is full of kid-friendly recipes (even though this one isn't friendly enough for my kids...they are super-picky")

1 lb. ground whatever (I use beef)
1 envelope taco seasoning mix
1 can refried beans
1 cup water
1 cup salsa
1 cup sour cream
1 lb. grated cheddar cheese

Heat the oven to 350. Brown the ground beef, drain. Add taco seasoning mix, refried beans and water. Bring to a simmer, cook until thickened slightly. (I use less water...it goes faster that way)

Grease a 13 x 9 pan. Put the ground beef mixture in the bottom. In a small bowl mix salsa and sour cream, spread over ground beef. Sprinkle cheese (I use more like 12 oz. of cheese...1 lb. seems like way too much). Bake for 20 to 25 minutes or until bubbly at the edges.

I serve this with tortilla chips and my DH LOVES it. It makes a nice casual supper, which is all I feel up to. Those who don't like the dip can have chips and cheese.
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I have to appolgize to Jeanne here. I said "thanks to JanTink" for this receipe, but Jan corrected me and said it was from someone else.

So... THANKS TO JEANNE!!! I have dinner planned out tonight and am making the dish above.
Hey, let me know how it turned out - this truly is my family's favorite!!

I am not cooking tonight. We grilled Pork chops yesterday, with taters and green beans. I am sick with a sinus infection today and so I vowed I'm not cookin! Let them fend for themselves.

I'm gonna have to try Jan's Chicken Tettrazinni one of these nights - it sounds so yummy! And the Chicken Cordon Bleu someone posted above - I have those cow cheese wedges and my kids won't eat them - I will have to sneak them into chicken!
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