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    Quote Originally Posted by moomies View Post
    what kinda spices and herbs did you add, if any?

    Nothing special- salt, pepper, little parsley and a tiny bit of onion powder.
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    I'm going to have a spinach and feta quesadilla. I love Trader Joe's

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    Just some homemade chicken soup I made. I got the flu and the damn furnace broke in the apt building I live in. It's helping a bit in keeping me warm though.

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    Time to snuggle under the covers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoDayButToday View Post
    I'm going to have a spinach and feta quesadilla. I love Trader Joe's
    trader joes rocks, i love it
    they have very good selection of salad dressing if you are into that (i am a huge salad lover of the ages)

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    Another TJ's fan here!

    Today I'm making:
    Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic
    Mixed greens salad
    Roast Cauliflower "popcorn"

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    Oh, I want that cauliflower recipe!
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    From www.101cookbooks.com

    Roasted Cauliflower Popcorn4-inch segment of a thin day-old baguette
    1 medium head of cauliflower, washed
    extra-virgin olive oil
    scant 1/2 teaspoon salt
    2 cloves garlic, minced
    1 fresh red chile pepper, minced

    Preheat oven to 400 degrees and place racks in the middle.

    Give the baguette a spin in a food processor until you have textured, not-too-fine bread crumbs.

    Trim the cauliflower. Get rid of the big stalks and stems and strive for uniform, bite-sized little florets. Little trees.

    In a big bowl toss the cauliflower with a few generous tablespoons of olive oil and the salt. Toss until the cauliflower is well coated and then place it in a single layer on a rimmed baking sheet. You are going to bake for about 25-30 minutes total.

    There will be some residual olive oil in the big bowl you used to toss the cauliflower. If not, add another tablespoon or two. Add the bread crumbs, garlic, and chiles. Mix.

    After the cauliflower has been baking for about 15-20 minutes anything in contact with the pan should be nicely browned. Pull the pan out of the oven, rotate each piece of cauliflower so that another side will get some color, and then sprinkle the entire pan with the breadcrumb mixture. Return the pan to the oven and finish with another ten minutes or so. The cauliflower should be tender throughout and the breadcrumbs nicely toasted. Serve immediately, it really isn't half as delicious after it has been sitting on the counter getting cold.

    If you want to work the popcorn angle, serve in little cups. Or I've even seen little, mini, paper popcorn containers at party stores. Kids seem more wiling try try good for you vegetables when you make them taste and smell really good and have some fun with the context.
    Serves 4.

    Variations:
    - Sprinkle with dukkah as the cauliflower comes out of the oven instead of the garlic and chiles.
    - Puree the roasted cauliflower (and crumbs) with some broth and a splash of cream for an easy soup.

    you can see pictures HERE
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    Quote Originally Posted by KristiB View Post
    Another TJ's fan here!

    Today I'm making:
    Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic
    Mixed greens salad
    Roast Cauliflower "popcorn"
    My nephew and I make Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic at least once a month more if we can get away with it.

    Tonight its roasted chicken, mashed tators, corn and biscuits

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    Salad with BBQed turkey breast. Pasta primavera with salmon was soo good.

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    I'm craving beans for some reason. So I think i'm gonna get a can of refried beans and eat it with rice and ketchup

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    Way to be a college student, SVZ. I'm so proud

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    Beans are good for you hehe. Now I feel like a bean burrito...

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    Tonight is chinese salad then chopped chicken in curry/saté paste... Home made asian food!!

    Yum yum!!
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    Ravioli in cream sauce (oh the carbs...but I love pasta). I think I'll make some salad now.

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