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    Potato onion perogies and a cup of tea ... stodgy and comforting.

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    Kaas souffle, frikandels and fries.
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    Stir fry - veg and rice with teriyaki (sp?) sauce

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    Last night I made savory crepes(Chicken with shallots in sherried cream sauce)...they were delicious
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    Wow, that looks absolutely delicious, would you mind sharing the recipe?!
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    Lola, I wish I was at your house last night. Yum!

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    Not at all Its a bastardized Joy of Cooking recipe.

    Without the crepes: Still very good...the crepes just add a little extra something
    Put one teaspoon of olive oil and one teaspoon of butter in a skillet and turn the head to 'high'. When the skillet is hot, sautee two chicken breasts until the outsides have a nutty color. If the insides are a teeny bit pink, its okay because you're going to be cooking the chicken further.

    While the sautee skillet is still hot, add about a cup of loosely chopped shallots and allow them to wilt. Add one quarter cup of sherry, one half cup of chicken broth, and, if you like them, add a cup of mushrooms. Turn the heat to low once its simmering and let cook for about ten minutes, stirring constantly. Slice the chicken into long strips and add chicken and 1/2 cup of creme to the mixture. Turn the heat up until its boiling again and then turn the heat down to medium, again stirring constantly until the sauce thickens a bit.

    Put down a bed of romaine lettuce and serve the mixture on top.

    If you're going to use crepes, make sure you have the batter ready so you can do them RIGHT before you serve. Use a rich, savory crepe recipe and put one crepe down on the romaine, then the chicken mixture, and then a second crepe on top. Drizzle with the cream sauce.

    Delish!

    Oh, and here's a slightly better picture. Its a little less over exposed than the first one

    I use a crepe maker (Legacy of my high school foreign exchange experience) but you can also do these in the bottom of an oil coated skillet.
    3/4 cup warm milk
    3/4 cup flour
    2 tsp melted butter
    1/2 cup water
    1/2 tsp salt
    2 eggs

    beat this mixture together, cover and set aside. You can keep it in the fridge for 24 hours. I like to keep the leftover mixture and make crepes for the kids the next morning with jam
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    Yummmmmm
    I am going to prepare a chicken salad sandwich, avaocado, and a CARS vitamin for my son; to finish this off he will have his choice of cranberry juice, Capri Sun (also known as squeezy juice), or whole milk...
    I am intent on devouring a jar of pickled red cabbage.

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    Thanks Lola, I can't wait to use it, looks delicious!!!
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    Tofu with romaine lettuce, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, and fat free ranch dressing. Maybe a cup of fruit as dessert.

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    Beef and veg stew cooked in red wine.
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    Red lentil soup. I think. I wanted to try my hand at making koshari but I'm too concerned I will mess it up terribly. Plus a huge thing of koshari here costs less than a dollar, so its not even worth me making. Maybe I'll buy some though. For anyone who hasn't tried koshari, you are really missing out, it has to be my favorite Middle Eastern dish of all time, its just fantastic and so addictive.
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    My fridge is empty and I can't be bothered to improvise, so I'll just order a salad from my local deli.
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    Grilled whitefish with Garlic butter and chippies....Mmmm.
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    Fusilli with a simple marinara sauce and steamed mixed veg [green beans, yellow beans, baby carrots] on the side.

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