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    Leek and potato soup......again. The kids love it and it's quick and easy to make.

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    ^^I like that soup, too. It's great on a cold winter day.

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    Asparagus(boiled) with cheeses from local farms.
    Chicken and leek soup.
    Veal in pepper sauce with rice/chips/mash (whatever hubby fancies) and some veggies.
    Green salad.
    Chocolate cake & cream.
    Fruit salad or ice-cream
    Extra for him:Coffee laced with brandy(he loves it!).
    Glass of wine/beer, peanuts/other nuts.
    Extra for me :Chocolate,jellies
    Extra for baby boy:milk and a biscuit(but he won't get fruit salad and ice-cream
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    Me n Mr. moomies went to a Korean restaurant tonight. Hubby had bibimbap, mine was like bibimbap (I don't know the name of the dish) but was like seafood-ish. It had a lot of fish roe on top and all I could think about was cholesterol. Was yummy though but it's not something I'd want to eat very often.

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    Spaghetti with french bread and cheese.
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    ^^Must be italian night...I'm making Lasagna with cheesy garlic bread.
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    ^^I'm having Italian, too. Though I'm supremely lazy and having frozen pizza.
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    Sweet n Sour Chicken and rice.

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    Im in the mood for bacon, but bacon is eaten at breakfast time. I may break the rules tonight ..hehe

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    Wish I knew... I'll probably find myself in the kitchen at 1 a.m. making crêpes yet again, because my meal times are all messed up.

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    Last night I made fajitas. Tonight I have no idea...
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    Mm tonight is greek night at my parentals house. This ought to be v good. Yesterday we had lasagna, french bread and greek salad.

    i'm def looking forward to getting back to my house so that I can cook my own meals the way I like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mariesoleil View Post
    Last night I made fajitas. Tonight I have no idea...
    Made chichen fajitas tonight I defrosted some chicken breasts I bought in bulk so I'm gonna cook some more chicken later, too, before they all go bad.

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    mmm, fajitas. My meal was a boring manicotti tv dinner. There were no leftovers from whatever my family ate while I was at work, so I got to make my own and I was too tired to cook for real.

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    Leftover pizza from lunch. Toppings left: 1) mozzarella, beef strogonoff, bacon, onions, bell peppers, cheddar spread, and BBQ sauce (I know it sounds gross, but it's amazingly delicious); 2) chocolate and strawberries.

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