Username Post: What's for dinner tonight?        (Topic#1555829)
angie girl
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In response to scraprabbit

I don't need a smilie for that. I take care of puking all on my own. Lol.



 
Trina_P
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Ok so here is my onion story. My granddaughter (18mos) loves onions. I was chopping one just recently. Got on the phone, came back into the room and between her and her 3yr old brother, the onion was almost gone!
She is trying to say her brother's name, Austin. Where these two words sound alike to her, I do not know, but she comes out with a garbled version that sounds just like "ONION". Austin=Onion????? He asked me "Ging Ging, am I her onion now or her brother AUSTIN?"


 
FinallyMama
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We went to mother's for dinner. She had turkey, ham, mash potatoes and both turkey and ham gravy, candied sweet potatoes, lima beans, corn, dressing, and rolls. For dessert she had pumpkin pie, pumpkin roll and cinnomon rolls!! It was all super yummy, and I am super stuffed!!


 
corrie fan
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Cute story Trina.

No turkey for me. That was in October. I ordered Chinese food.


 
scraprabbit
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Mmmm...Chinese food sounds good. I stuffed myself with turkey and everything for lunch.


 
FinallyMama
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Pumpkin roll for breakfast!!

We're FINALLY getting SNOW!!!!!!!! So excited!! If it will just stick a touch, we can have our first snow celebration tonight. If that's the case, we will have ham and potato soup, rolls, and then gingerbread with orange fluff for dessert!! LOVE the fisrt snow!! Hoping for a long snowy winter this year!!!

Hope everyone has/had a great day shopping!! I was sleeping so good while all you crazies were out there!! Have a great weekend!!


 
kelseymel
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I do all of my shopping form the comfort of my own home.

We'll be having leftovers. For days!

I hope everyone had a happy Thanksgiving.


 
scraprabbit
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  • kelseymel Said:
I do all of my shopping form the comfort of my own home.

We'll be having leftovers. For days!

I hope everyone had a happy Thanksgiving.



Ditto, ditto, and ditto!


 
FinallyMama
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I do all my shopping at home too!! Me and Amazon are super close!!


 
Resident
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Ithink lamb chops tonight. With what, I havent decided yet; mushrooms and , something... maybe try cauliflower mashed.


 
_pink_glitter_hearts_
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after days of leftovers, we are finally not having turkey! lol

last night i made of stir fry of kale, chickpeas, and quinoa blend (1/3 regular quiona, 1/3 red quinoa, and 1/3 brown rice).

tonight i will make greek pressed sandwiches filled with grilled chicken, humus, and spinach.


 
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  • _pink_glitter_hearts_ Said:

tonight i will make greek pressed sandwiches filled with grilled chicken, humus, and spinach.



That sounds SO yum.

Stir fry here tonight - shrimp & chicken & the usual veggie suspects.

Boring.



 
FinallyMama
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Clean out the fridge night at our house. DD had nacho's, dh is having leftover roast and I'm having the noodles from the roast!!


 
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Chicken soup! Homemade. and if the lettuce is still good, a salad.


 
FinallyMama
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I found a great crock pot recipe for teriyaki chicken. It was so easy and sooooo good!! I made fried rice to go with it!!


 
kelseymel
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  • FinallyMama Said:
I found a great crock pot recipe for teriyaki chicken. It was so easy and sooooo good!! I made fried rice to go with it!!



Share?

I love teriyaki chicken. I love my crockpot even more!


 
Diva
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Steam vegetables!


 
scraprabbit
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  • kelseymel Said:
  • FinallyMama Said:
I found a great crock pot recipe for teriyaki chicken. It was so easy and sooooo good!! I made fried rice to go with it!!



Share?

I love teriyaki chicken. I love my crockpot even more!





What she said. ^


 
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Rigotoni, with bok choy and spinich. And garlic bread!!


 
FinallyMama
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Here it is:

Teriyaki Chicken
12 boneless skinless chicken thighs (about 3 pounds) (I USED CHICKEN BREAST TENDERS, not the breaded ones, the bonless skinless ones)
3/4 cup sugar
3/4 cup low-sodium soy sauce
6 tablespoons cider vinegar
3/4 teaspoon ground ginger
3/4 teaspoon minced garlic
1/4 teaspoon pepper
4 1/2 teaspoons cornstarch
4 1/2 teaspoons cold water


Place chicken in a 4 qt. slow cooker. In a large bowl, combine the sugar, soy sauce, cider vinegar, ginger, garlic and pepper. Pour over chicken. Cover and cook on low for 4 to 5 hours or until chicken is tender. Remove chicken to a serving platter; keep warm. Skim fat from cooking liquid. Place liquid in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Combine cornstarch and water until smooth. Gradually stir into liquid and stir until sauce is thickend. Serve with chicken and rice.



 
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