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Old 02-04-2013, 09:53 AM   #11
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I haven't decided yet
Probably burgers and salad. Anyone else wait till the late afternoon to plan dinner? Haha.

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Old 02-04-2013, 09:56 AM   #12
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Red beans and rice made with smoked paprika. I'm ambivalent but my husband and children love it.
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Leftovers. I made the chicken and dumplings from the crockpot thread, and they are delicious.

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Boiling some chicken. Some chicken will be used for tostadas tonight with refried beans (with chorizo) and cheese. The broth is used for Mexican rice. I'll make enough rice for tomorrow and use the rest of the chicken to make flautas then. I don't like frying, so I just roll the chicken in corn tortillas, spray with nonstick spray, then put in the NuWave for 8 mins or so. The rest of the beans and chorizo will be used for breakfast tacos tomorrow
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Everyone in our house seems to be sick or getting sick, so it's definitely a soup night. I'll probably make pasta e ***ioli.
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Were having turkey burgers that have peppers and tomatoes in them along with a veggie or two.
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black beans and rice yummy, we might have them tomorrow as well. No one call D.S.S.
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Of course! It's Mexican night almost every night at my house. Always cheap and easy Oh and if there is more chicken left, the next meal is chicken quesadillas! DH is easy to please.
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Crockpot BBQ Beer Chicken

It smells good. First time trying this recipe. I meant to make this last week, but couldn't when I realized it takes eight hours and I hadn't thawed chicken in preparation and it was already like noon when I looked at the recipe and was ready to get it started. I like to keep dinner around the 6:00/ 6:30 range and 8:00 would be WAY too late.


Edit: I'm super glad that the chicken and dumplings recipe is getting so much love. It really is a phenomenal dish and I just love it!
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