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post #241 of 246 (permalink) Old 03-07-2017, 08:58 AM
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Generally grill meat, does you a lot of good. The yoghurt sauce try on falafel tacos, add mint, zaatar, pomegranate syrup and seeds. The herb sauce add other types of herbs (I like using the processor, add lemon juice/vinegar and garlic now but not the oil) and red pepper and serve over grilled veg, (and if you call it chimichurri you can charge $2/plate more).

Add pesto to you chicken salad, so good.
We do not eat flesh, but really enjoy grilled vegetables. Will keep these sauces in mind for those.

Thanks for your response, Charlie. I know you have a lot of culinary experience. It is nice that you share it.


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Pork chop with a pineapple mango salsa. Summery, yet they say more snow is coming.




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Medley of shellfish at the Oyster Bar before seeing Regina Spektor absolutely slay Radio City.





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Vegetarian Shepherd's Pie with some crusty bread.

Comfort food on a cold day.

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Vegetarian Shepherd's Pie with some crusty bread.

Comfort food on a cold day.
Yum.

Re: cold and snow coming, we stocked up yesterday. Don't won't to go shopping tomorrow afternoon and not counting on getting the store before Thursday. Stay warm, stay safe.



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Tonight: Irish Lamb Stew (what else??) I am ignoring the low carb thing for this - it has beer, potatoes, carrots and parsnips in it, although I did leave out the sugar the recipe calls for. I won't be having very much any way, it's mostly for the other people in the family.
Last night: egg bake - it's something I invented. Shredded sweet potatoes on the bottom, frozen kale and cooked sausage on top, then beat a dozen eggs with mustard and hot sauce and pour over, top with shredded cheese & bake.
Wed night we had butter chicken made by my son. It was freaking awesome.

This weekend I think we will BBQ some kebabs or some steaks or ribs. I haven't made my meal plan for the week yet.
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