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What's for dinner?

Everyone going out tonight, or is anyone cooking? If so, what are you having? I am home tonight and cooking buffalo wings and southern collard greens...You should smell my kitchen...Better than a great candle!!LOL So...What's for dinner at your house?

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  1. jinet that's quite a combo. I'm at a loss....I don't feel like cooking, it's too hot. I'm thinking icecream and fudge sauce sounds like a good meal. Maybe a good brownie just for the fiber, to go along with it.

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    1. re: othervoice

      A novel approach to adding fiber to your diet...Love that idea!

      1. re: othervoice

        I thought about that, and then decided on Panzanella salad.

      2. We're feasting on spoils from the farmers' market: salad with roasted beets and wasabi goat cheese (Capriole!!!), bison ribeyes, grilled potatoes with green garlic and herbs, and ice cream topped with balsamic roasted strawberries.

        Don't tell my neighbors ; ).

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        1. re: mamaciita

          oh god, that sounds amazing. I was just thinking that othervoice could add strawberries to the lovely sundae for both fiber and vitamin C! I could barely drag my pregnant butt to throw breaded chicken into the toaster oven for my 1 year old. The oatmeal and flaxseed in the breading barely saves me from maternal delinquency, at least in my books.

          1. re: alex8alot

            alex, I love the strawberry idea....that just about rounds out the food groups. Your 1 yr old would love my dinner.!!!

        2. Grilled bulgogi soft tacos.
          Had some leftover grilled bulgogi and a package of "taco size" soft flour tortillas. A fresh batch of napa kimchi. so...
          chopped bulgogi topped with shredded lettuce, diced tomato & kimchi, shredded chedar, and a little gochujang.

          1. I'm eating in tonight - finally turned on the A/C here in the Boston area this afternoon, as it was just a bit too warm. I'm making a steak salad from leftover tri-tip from last night marinated in a Firecracker sauce found at Country Living - my favorite beef marinade:

            http://www.countryliving.com/recipefi...

            Sliced steak, mango slices, red pepper, and asparagus on lettuce, dotted with some tangy goat cheese and sprinkled with some Trader Joe's Tuscan Italian dressing with balsamic vinegar.

            Also made some Pasta Salad with Lemon & Peas - a small scoop of that alongside as well. I'll be making a roast chicken tomorrow, so the chicken and pasta salad will be good work lunches.

            http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/recip...

            1. Salad with SHroom, bacon bits shredded strong cheddar and the ONLY dressing my mum ever made from scratch when I was growing up!

              Apple Cider Vin
              Worchestershire
              Garlic Powder
              Dried Oregano
              Olive Oil
              S&P

              I like it more worcheshire - y so I add a little more of that. But everything there is to taste.

              Oh and I have some grape tomaotes that I am going to halve and throw in too.