Whats for diiner?

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@tba123 (457)
United States
January 2, 2007 12:56pm CST
We like to get different ideas for meals, so my question is what are you planning on having for dinner tonight? Is what your having on your menu each week? Please no one word answers to this discussion. I'll read and rate each response. I'll respond when I can but wanted to say thank you for any responses ahead of time.
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@moneymind (10524)
• Philippines
10 Jan 07
just rice and a cup of tea for me, you are invited though just do not be late. greetings. : )
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@tba123 (457)
• United States
10 Jan 07
LOL actually a cup of tea and some rice sounds good right now. It's quite chilly here only 33 degrees ,
• United States
10 Jan 07
Tonights an easy one. We have the bar b que on, and we are doing turkey links. Making a salad, corn on the calb on the grill, and fried breaded veggies. I made some home made bagels too. We eat this once in awhile.
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@tba123 (457)
• United States
10 Jan 07
Thanks everyone for your responses. I've read and rated them all. Must say your replies sound delicious.
• United States
19 Jan 07
We are having left over roast beef for dinner. I took a slice, put it on bread, and melted a piece of American cheese on it. I also had brussel sprouts and some yogurt.
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• United States
18 Jan 07
Tonight I am making a salad and fried shrimps. Whipped fresh potatoes, carrots,and string beans. Homemade french bread. No, this is not a weekly dinner. But, I do make shrimp weekly, but not fried.
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@SaraCate (184)
• Canada
10 Jan 07
Tonight's dinner for us: Roast pork (cooked in homemade sauce with onions and apples around it) Baked potato Green beans Last night's dinner: Pierogi skillet: browned two sausage links (removed from casings and crumbled), several cut up onions, 1k peirogi, and added frozen peas near the end. Also a little bit a fat free sheep cheese. Saurkraut Thursday: Probably BBQ chicken Rice (boiled in turkey stock) Carrots Spinach (cooked) Another favorite here is black bean burritos - homemade black beans (in crockpot), whole wheat tortillas, and whatever else we have - rice,homemade guac, homemade salsa, shredded cheese, fresh chopped onion or sauted onion and pepper, etc. Hope this helps! ~Sara
• United States
7 Jan 07
One of my favorites to cook is pan fried pork cube steaks. My family loves them! Take pork cube steaks, coat in Whole wheat flour & ground pretzels (no egg) with parsely, dried onion flakes, garlic powder, salt & pepper. Pan fry until done (few minutes on each side)in olive oil (EVOO). Serve with a salad or baked potato and veggie. YUMO!
• Canada
7 Jan 07
We had taco salad for dinner tonight. We prepared the meat like you would for regular tacos, let it cool and added it to salad, added some shredded cheese, tossed in some italian dressing and then let the kids crush lime-flavoured nachos on top, and hubby and I put salsa and sour cream on ours as well.
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@BittyBiddy (2904)
• Ireland
6 Jan 07
Our menu would differ every week. I like to experiment with different things. Last night I cooked chicken with almonds: Ingredients 1 small onion chopped 2 oz/50g mushrooms sliced 1 oz butter 10 mo//2tsp cournflour 300ml/1.5pint milk 350g/12oz cooked chicken meat chopped 1.25ml/.25tsp each ground ginger and ground nutmeg 150g/5oz natural yoghurt 1 egg yolk salt and freshly ground pepper 25g/1oz flaked almonds toasted Fry onion and mshrooms in butter in a saucepan until pale gold Add cornflour. Cook for 1 minute. Then blend in milk. Cook stirring until sauce boils Add chicken, ginger and nutmeg Simmer gengtly for 5-7 minutes Beat together yoghurt and egg yolk. Add to chicken Cook very slowly without boiling, until thickened Season to taste and pour into a serving dish. Scatter with almonds.
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@Perry2007 (2229)
• Philippines
3 Jan 07
Will you be serving dinner? Okey, I like to have fruit salad, pansit malabon and some fruit juice. I do not have this every week. I take what is available but given a choise for tonight, I will have the above.
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@LaLaLisa (29)
• United States
3 Jan 07
With the kids home from school for holiday break, we made a ton of food that we froze and stored for leftovers! I know leftover don't always sound appealing, but we've got lots of great soups, casseroles, and various kinds of meat stored. So a great meal is only 2 minutes (in the microwave) away!
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@lena2000 (2392)
• Belgium
2 Jan 07
Grilled hamburgers tonight for me i love to grill, and by adding some hamburger seasonings, I make a delicious grilled hamburger that makes ones mouth water. Especially mine. There's many things I do to make different burgers. Top the burger with warmed DAK ham and bbq sauce. Add some A-1. Chop up an onion finely, and mix it in with the meat along with some minced garlic and then form the burgers - this is much better then the Lipton Onion soup mix. And don't forget to toast the buns on the grill before serving. That really adds to the final burger. Oh, and toss out the American Cheese Fat, and use real Cheddar cheese slices. I like my burger to be topped with LTM, pickles, ketchup, mustard, and onion. You could say it's almost a Dagwood burger.
• Canada
2 Jan 07
I am making Lasanga tonight for i have some family comming over.For second course i am serving Surf&turf with greek salad.For dessert the guests will be bring pasteries.
@jurekz (361)
• Indonesia
16 Jan 07
I liked to eat dinner with my ex' or with friends i