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    Quote Originally Posted by pacific breeze View Post
    I'm still sick and don't really feel like cooking but I am going to bake a big halibut steak with lemon, garlic and thyme, make a salad and steam some fresh asparagus. If I don't, I'll have to throw it all out soon.
    You always have the best stuff! I read this out to Mr.Mc & now we both want to eat with you! This is my winner! Halibut is so great!
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    I had roasted lamb today, it being Easter and all.

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    Trout, and I have some fennel that needs using up and I think I will make a risotto. Followed by Green and Black's ice cream if my willpower fails me as husband let slip that there is some stashed in the freezer that I didn't know about...
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    Chicken breast and avocado on toasted turkish bread and lemon meringue pie for dessert.

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    An Indian curry and some roti.

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    Me loves curry.....mmm mmm mmm.

    I'm thinking of making butter chicken, that's kinda like curry isn't it?
    I bought this sauce from the store so it's not really like I'll be making from scratch but was wondering what kinda veggies I can put in it.

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    Some chicken, potatoes, coleslaw, and bread. And some diet Mt. Dew to wash it down.
    Don't slap me, cause I'm not in the mood!

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    Hubby told me not to make butter chicken cuz he hates anything curry (the smell I guess).

    I think I'll just make some teriyaki chicken...

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    I can't imagine anyone disliking curry! I am wild about it and so is my bf. I guess everyone has their likes and dislikes.

    I made avocado stuffed chicken, white asparagus (what a pain - you have to peel it!), rice with carrot and green pepper, and angel food cake with fresh fruit for dessert.

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    sesame bagels toasted with toppings...

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    Spaghetti bolognese with herb bread

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    chicken and lettuce sandwiches. We got lazy

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    enctpc, i became intrigued by your bolognese, so i looked it up... sounds really good, esp. the instructions for preparation. Shall have to try it.

    Bolognese sauce - Wikipedia
    Recipes differ greatly from a very classic and time-consuming ragł alla bolognese to a much simpler and quicker sugo di carne (‘meat sauce’). A simple but authentic form of ragł alla bolognese may be made as follows:
    • Prepare a soffritto of finely chopped carrots, onions and celery and other aromatics in olive oil.
    • Brown finely minced meat (beef flank and pancetta) in the soffritto. (As a shortcut, ground meat can be substituted for minced meat, at the cost of increase textural flaws. Such meat is rarely lean and the sauce is liable to be excessively greasy.)
    • A splash of cream or milk should be added now. This protects the meat from the acidity of the next 2 ingredients.
    • Add a half-glass of white wine and let it reduce.
    • Add small amounts of tomato sauce and stock.
    • Simmer very gently until the meat softens and begins to break down into the liquid medium. This may take upward of four hours; classically one to two hours is enough.
    The recipe issued in 1982 by the Bolognese delegation of Accademia Italiana della Cucina confines the ingredients to beef, pancetta, onions, carrots, celery, tomato paste, meat broth, white wine, and milk. However, different recipes, far from the Bolognese tradition, make use of chopped pork, chicken or goose liver along with the beef and/or veal for variety, or use butter with olive oil. Prosciutto, mortadella, or porcini mushrooms may be added to the soffriito to enrich the sauce.

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    Homemade soup and a green salad.

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    A stew that translates from the Hungarian as "poor man's stew". It's lentils, sausage, carrots and potatoes with a base of onions, tomatoes and peppers. Really yummy, don't know why it's called that

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