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Dec 3, 2007 11:00 AM

it is snowing in NH, what are you cooking tonight?

I want to make something yummy tonight- I'd love to hear what everyone is cooking!

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  1. I'm making this:

    Plus will do something with some zucchini and eggplant, plus a salad.

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    1. re: MMRuth

      Snowing here in the western mountain of Maryland--I am doing a bbq-moz cheese meatloaf, mash pot and corn (from this summer's work!) Not very gourmet-but my son likes it and with the grey look outside it will qualify as comfort food.

      1. re: MMRuth

        I feel like a broken record on this recipe, but it is so darn easy and tasty - just finished dinner. The chicken is incredibly moist and flavorful.

        1. re: MMRuth

          Your "nagging" ;-) has paid off. My first hubby was first-generation Greek. I developed a taste for Greek omnipresent ingredients. Oil? Lemon? Yogurt? Garlic? I'm there!

      2. grilled baby lamb chops with cilantro/mint/garlic (on my cast iron griddle), fresh green beans with onions and bacon, and cheesey potatoes, a tossed green salad with cucumber, grape tomatoes, and scallions, with a blue cheese dressing. Starving.

        1. leftover pork ribs in a bbq-coffee sauce. trying to think of a way to jazz it up a little, but I am not coming up with much . . .

          1. It's snowing here too, after a sleety mix all day.
            Tonight I'm making a decidely non-Italian baked macaroni with a red sauce that includes sausages, minced poblanos & jalepenos, red onions (since when are these not called Bermuda onions?), garlic, etc... with chili powder & cumin, cilantro instead of basil. All tossed together after cooking, thrown into a casserole, sprinkled with smoked mozzarella and shredded cheddar....crisped under the broiler for a few minutes. A tossed salad completes the meal. Monday has been Macaroni Night here since forever. At my mother's house it was soup night. Sometimes I revert.

            1. hubby just returned from costco with a gigantic roast o'pork. I might do that with some sweet potatoes but my 8 year old son has been pining for what we call hamburger hepless and minced meat is sitting in my meat drawer. decisions........decisions....