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Many thanks to @I'mInLoveWithMyHubby (hi, * waves madly *) and a dear friend @Ikaika, but the TAM database gods, or gremlins, necessitate a new thread.

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Post pics (preferable) or a description of a meal you made (for you or for your family or a special occasion, etc); any meal.
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Two days in row (don't ask) it's Julia Moskin's "Chicken Soup From Scratch". Chicken Soup From Scratch Recipe - NYT Cooking






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That looks so very delicious.

And love the bowl on top of the plate on top of a plate. Beautifully presented!

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Shepherd's Pie... very easy. And in ramekins, because why not.




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@heartsbeating Looks amazing! I don't think that I've ever had Shephards Pie but I'm going to have to try it soon!

@CharlieParker Yummy! Chicken soup is soooo comforting.

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Soup - yum!! I FINALLY got my ninja kitchen centre so can make the soup I have wanted to for months!

I've never had shepherds pie either. I am not a huge fan of the meat pie thing but those look good!



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We often substitute ground turkey in our shepherds pies.



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^ LOL. That's all I've got.

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Shepherd's Pie... very easy. And in ramekins, because why not.



I'll need this recipe, ma'am!


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No cooking for me tonight! 😀



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Za’atar pork meatball tacos with pomegranate yoghurt sauce, mint and pomegranate seeds. So good.




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We often substitute ground turkey in our shepherds pies.
I am going to try it sometime with lentils.

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