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Last night I made beef bolognese, steamed broccoli and a green salad.

Tonight I'm making tamale pie, and green salad.
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On my own tonight.....probably leftover spaghetti. May pull some hamburger from the freezer and do burgers on the smoker tomorrow. Latest Traeger newsletter had a recipe for burgers with green chiles.
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Made spaghetti with Italian sausage meatballs, green beans and garlic bread for a small family group tonight.

Was nice seeing everyone and catching up on family news and business.
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Dinner at our house tonight is cesar salad, calzone with alfredo, chicken, bacon, red onion, black olives and peperoncini. Hubby isn't big on persimmons so I am making 2 mini pies, he requested dutch apple.
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It has cooled off enough that I am going to make fried chicken. Well, partially fried anyway. I brown the chicken in a pan, then coat with potato flakes and/or panko with seasonings and then put them in the oven to bake until done.

I know I could just cook them in the oven but then I wouldn't have all those crispy bits and oil to make gravy.

So chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans and a salad.
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Now THAT sounds good.
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Fried butterfly shrimp and Cajun fries with sweet tea and mint. For desert, vanilla cream cheese cake with icing.

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Now THAT sounds good also!
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Harvest in on full steam as everyone was forced to pick everything from their gardens due to early hard freezing. I have bags of stuff coming in. I refuse nothing shared so generously. So, we need to make something fast but, no junk. So...

Blackened chicken Alfredo it is, with roasted baby Brussels sprouts. (Large marble size.)
A German apple cake with whipped cream to finish.
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Tapioca pudding (store made). My stomach has been a little iffy since my migraine last week and I need to be sure I can take my pills tonight.
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Love me some tapioca. I think I will make a tapioca vanilla sauce for the Apple cake. Now we are talking. thanks for the idea. I hope you are feeling well again soon.
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Oh, I will be. I had a migraine, vomiting for several days. Then I was off my meds - very bad, so I took them as soon as I could. My meds are very hard on the stomach and it was a little peeved I dumped all that toxic on it before it was really better.

Normally I take them without incident, but they are irritating. Hence the tapioca. I can eat that and take my meds without further irritation. I am also taking pepto tablets.

I would have waited a few extra days but 1. I was manic and 2. The invisible bugs were back, all over my skin, in my eyes, etc. Very aggravating and hard to sleep or function normally. I had to get those meds back on board to stop it!

I will just have to be queasy.
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Cornish game hen. Brined for 3 hours, then marinated overnight in Lawry's Chicken Rub and my favorite marinade, Allegro, overnight. Served with a side of new potatoes seasoned with pesto and Mediterranean sea salt.
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Cornish game hen. Brined for 3 hours, then marinated overnight in Lawry's Chicken Rub and my favorite marinade, Allegro, overnight. Served with a side of new potatoes seasoned with pesto and Mediterranean sea salt.
Allergro is amazing stuff. For those who haven't tried it, you should. Most supermarkets have it.
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Thawing out about a dozen bluegill from the freezer. My beans should be ready to start cooking in three hours. I’ve got a Walmart shopping bag full of greens and a sack of cornmeal that say tonight’s dinner is going to b a good one.
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Sandwich night and we have a few leftover burger patties, so I think I will have a cheeseburger with chips.
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Stir-fry! Teriyaki chicken with cut up green, red, and yellow peppers with onions over steamed brown rice.
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Busy day, so dinner's in the crock pot. We are having coleslaw, pulled pork sandwiches and sweet potato fries.
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Taco Tuesday, and plenty of leftovers for lots of Tex-Mex but probably just tacos and refried beans and shredded lettuce with oil and vinegar dressing.

I do have the rest of the smoked pork roast on the stove to turn into tamale filling to make tamales to freeze for later.
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Had a big lunch with my aunt. Hubby stayed home. Bought my husband a takeout steak with loaded mashed potatoes and sauteed onions. He should be happy.
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