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LindsayDunn228
03-16-2006, 06:35 AM
Hi all! I though I would start an official WFD thread (per request of some other DISers). I will try to stay on top of changing the date and making sure days are easy to find.

Tonight we are having my husband's second favorite. It's Ritz Parmesan chicken. It's chicken breasts baked with a Ritz cracker/Parm cheese blend. It's sooo yummy. It's what my grandmother is known for :) We are having some teriyaki noodles and some kind of veggie with it.

When we start a new day I will put a bold date in the subject of the first post so it will be easier to find :)

ETA: Here is a quick way to find recipes you are looking for in this thread. I know it's frustrating when a thread has 10 pages and you don't know what age the recipe is on. I will try to keep it up-to-date :)

Mashed potato-stuffed meatloaf: page 3, posted by stacy347.

Garlic-dill salmon: page 3, posted by LindsayDunn228

Chicken Pot Pie: page 3, posted by stacy347

Chicken and Sweet Potato Curry in a Hurry: page 4, posted by nucpharm29

Cider Vinegar Chicken: page 6, posted by nucpharm29

Creamy Chicen, rice and spinach dinner: page 7, link provided by bigmerle 1966

Spaghetti and Meatball Stoup page 8, posted by LindsayDunn228

Bourbon Chicken: page 10, posted by Zandy 595

Cod Pomordoro : page 11, posted by liamsaunt

Asian Beef Noodles: page 11, link provided by stacy347

Polynesian Chicken: page 11, posted by Nancyg56

Baked Chicken Parmesan: page 11, posted by LindsayDunn228

Mac and Cheese with Chicken and Broccoli: page 12, posted by LindsayDunn228

Honey Rosemary Chicken: page 12, posted my Poohnatic

Creamy and Chunky Avacado Salsa: page 13, posted by liamsaunt

Veal Ragu with Campanelle: page 14, posted by LindsayDunn228

Crockpot Chicken and Dumplings: page 14, posted by stacy347

Grilled salmon with a maply-soy glaze: page 15, posted by liamsaunt

Crockpot Chicken Noodle Soup: page 17, posted by LindsayDunn228

Crock Pot Pork Roast: page 18, posted by buckylarue

Hot and Cold Sesame Noodles: page 20, posted by LindsayDunn228

Garlic Roasted Chicken with Rosemary and Lemon: page 22, posted by LindsayDunn228

Smoky Chicken Patties on Buttered Toast: page 25, posted by LindsayDunn228

Tater Tot Casserole: page 25, posted by Mickeymousemom

Fish Chowder: page 26, posted by Liamsaunt

Ritz Parmesan Chicken: page 28, posted by LindsayDunn228

Sesame Chicken Wings: page 28, posted by Liamandcalli

Macaroni Gratin: page 28, posted by Liamsaunt

Vegetable Pasta Toss: page 28, posted by LindsayDunn228

Enchilada Pie: page 29, posted by Sunfloridadisney

Linguini with Clams: page 29, posted by liamsaunt

Pollo Rosa Maria: page 29, posted by MScott1851

Tagliarini Picchi: page 29, posted by MScott 1851

Rice Krispie Chicken: page 30, posted by Zandy595


Zuni Cafe Roast Chicken and Bread Salad: page 31, posted by liamsaunt

Pumpkin Ravioli: page 33, posted by liamandcalli

Smothered Skillet Chicken: page 34, posted by stacy347

Fish Fillets and Gingered Lime Sauce: page 36, posted by Sunfloridadisney

Pan Poached Fish: page 36, posted by bigmerle1966

Crockpot Italian Chicken: page 36, posted by LindsayDunn228

Shrimp Caviche: page 38, posted by liamandcaili

Mock Albertos Chimichangas: page 39, posted by JennyMominRI

Turkey BBQ: page 41, posted by bigmerle1966

Baked Chimichangas: page 42, posted by nancyg56

Black Bean Salad: page 42, posted by nancyg56

Pasta Fresca: page 43, posted by liamsaunt

The Egg Dish: page 43, posted by liamsaunt

Asparagus Pasta: page 43, posted by liamandcaili

Cauliflower Casserole: page 43, posted by liamandcaili

Hamburger Steaks: page 43, posted by LindsayDunn228

Marseeya's Meatloaf: page 43, posted by Marseeya (obviously!)

Nucpharm's Chicken Dish: page 44, posted by nupharm29

Easy Mexican Lasagna: page 45, posted by bengabelle

Black Bean Chili: page 45, posted by LindsayDunn228

Yogurt Smoothie: page 46, posted by liamandcaili

Smoky Chicken Patties: page 46, posted by LindsayDunn228

Cracker Chicken: page 46, posted by Zandy595

American Chop Suey: page 46, posted by Zandy 595

Nutty Chicken: page 49, posted by LindsayDunn228

Stuffed Peppers: page 51, posted by bengabelle

Spanish Rice: page 53, posted by buckylarue

Icebox lemonade squares: page 53, posted by nancyg56

Vegetarian Pan Bagnet: page 54, posted by liamsaunt

Citrus Grilled Shrimp: page 58, posted by bigmerle1966

Oven-Baked Corn Dogs: page 59, posted by LindsayDunn228

Southwest Chicken w/ Black Beans and Rice: page 59, posted by lilygator

Mega Meatball Pizza: page 60, posted by LindsayDunn228

Summer Black Bean and Pasta Salad: page 60, posted by nurcpharm29

Spicy BBQ Shrimp Skewers and Black Bean Relish: page 61, posted by cajunmommy

Cheesy Crockpot Chicken: page 62, posted by LindsayDunn228

Hash Brown Casserole: page 63, posted by LindsayDunn228

Easy Chicken Enchiladas: page 64, posted by lilygator

Parmesan Catfish: page 65, posted by bigmerle

Cheesy Tuna Dinner: page 66, posted by LindsayDunn228

Margarita Chicken: page 67, posted by LindsayDunn228

Kinky Succotash: page 67, posted by LindsayDunn228

Pico de gallo: page 67, posted by Lululovesdisney

Artichoke Chicken: page 67, posted by jajuan

Curried Chicken Salad: page 68, posted by liamandcaili

Thai Chicken Pizza: page 68, posted by LuluLovesDisney

Curried Spinach Dip: page 70, posted by gadisneygirl

Black Bean Hummus: page 70, posted by gadisneygirl

Eggplant Pasta: page 72, posted by liamsaunt

Grilled Striped Bass with Garlic-Mustard Sauce: page 74, posted by liamsaunt

Yellow Cake w/ Chocolate Pudding: page 75, link provided by stacy347

Bacon, Avocado and Tomato Pasta: page 76, posted by liamandcailli

Turkey Cheesesteak Sandwiches: page 77, posted by Lululovesdisney

Vodka Sauce: page 78, posted by jekajekalynn

Penne a la Vodka: page 79, posted by nursetank

Broiled Pizza Burger: page 79, posted by T1130

Lindsay's Vegetable Soup: page 79, posted by LindsayDunn228

Mexican Casserole: page 81, posted by stacy347

Derby Pie: page 81, posted by Glynis

Chicken Noodle Cassrole: page 83, posted by MosMom

Beef Tenderloin Bites on a Bed: page 84, posted by bengalbelle

Chicken Piccata: page 84, posted by bengalbelle

Roast Sticky Chicken- Rostisseree Style: page 84, posted by bengalbelle

Turkey Sausage Breakfast: page 85, posted by bigmerle1966

Apricot-plum Chicken: page 85, posted by Nancyg56

Easy Old Fashioned Sweet and Sour Coleslaw: page 86, posted by MerryPoppins

Chicken Breasts in Champagne Sauce: page 86, posted by MerryPoppins

Mam-Maw's Sausage Macaroni and Cheese: page 86, posted by MerryPoppins

My Favorite Pizza Crust: page 86, posted by MerryPoppins

Painted Dessert Casserole: page 86, posted by MerryPoppins

Chicken and Mushroom Lasagna: page 87, posted by MosMom

Baked Spaghetti: page 89, posted by LindsayDunn228

Layered Fiesta Casserole: page 92, posted by Virgo10

Creamy Avocado Sauce: page 93, posted by Liamandcaili

Knockoff Ragu Recipe: page 93, Zandy959

King Ranch Casserole: page 97, posted by schnerk

Ranch Potato Salad: page 98, posted by Glynis

Mexican Casserole: page 100, posted by Glynis

Zucchini Sticks: page 101, posted by JVL1018

Macaroni Salad: page 101, posted by JVL1018

Meatball Burgers: page 106, posted by Zandy959

Sweet Potato Hash: page 106, posted by MosMom

Jambasta (Jambalya Pasta): page 107, link and skewed recipe posted by LindsayDunn228

Homemade Guacamole: page 107, posted by buckylarue

Paula Deen Pot Roast: page 110, posted by Tigerkat

Chicken Milanese: page 110, posted by Liamsaunt

La Jolla Chicken: page 116, posted by JennyMominRi

Grilled Chicken and Sausage with Peaches, Peppers, and Black Olive Vinegrette: page 118, posted by Liamsaunt

Apricot Pork Tenderloin: page 120, posted by Tigerkat

Beer Butter Poultry Marinade: page 124, posted by liamsaunt

Baked Penne Alfredo: page 124, posted by liamsaunt

Matzoh Ball Soup: page 124, posted by JennyMominRi

Glynis's Post Roast: page 125, posted by Glynis

Enchilada Chicken Soup: page 126, posted by Glynis

Crockpot Sweet and Sour Pork: page 126, posted by Sugarpie

Chicken Mug Pie: page 126, link and recipe posted by LindsayDunn228

Baked Chicken Reuben: page 126, posted by Tigerkat

Corn Casserole: page 127, posted by blanq

Pizza Meatloaf Muffins: page 131, posted by Glynis

Pastry for Two Crust Pie: page 131, posted by Glynis

Pecan Pie: page 131, posted by Glynis

Garlic Shrimp with Reserved Lemons: page 134, posted by LululovesDisney

Crockpot Brisket: page 136, posted by JennymominRi

Latkas: page 136, posted by JennymominRI

Pineapple Kugel: page 136, posted by JennymominRI

Deviled Shallot Butter: page 136, posted by Liamsaunt

Banana Fudge Cake: page 139, posted by blanq

Kraft Bruschetta Chicken Bake: page 140, posted by Glynis

Espresso Brownies: page 141, link provided by LindsayDunn228

KFC Coleslaw: page 144, posted by Zandy595

Spinach with Sundried Tomatoes and Wine: page 144, posted by JennymominRI

Pasta Alfredo: page 144, posted by JennymominRI

Midnight Kiss Chili: page 145, posted by Lululovesdisney

Crab Dip: page 145, posted by Mom21

Lady and Son's Fried Pork Chops: page 146, posted by Tigerkat

Lemon/Parmesan Broccoli: page 146, posted by Tigerkat

Crawfish Toss: page 148, posted by rie'smom

Crockpot Chicken: page 149, posted by glass-slippers

Aunt Niennie's Coleslaw: page 151, posted by Mosmom

Chunky Apple Cake with Butterscotch Sauce: page 152, posted by blanq

Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas: page 152, posted by blanq

Pumpkin Pie: page 152, posted by nancyg56

Stuffed Bell Peppers: page 153, posted by Tigerkat

Jenny's Lasagna: page 153, posted by JennymominRI

Paula Deen's Eggnog: page 154, posted by JennymominRI

Weiner Sauce: page 154, posted by JennymominRI

Nancy's Eggnog: page 155, posted by nancyg56

Chicken in basil cream: page 155, posted by blanq

Ricotta Cappucino: page 155, posted by LindsayDunn228

Creamy Pumpkin Pasta: page 156, posted by theycallmered

Chocolate Kahlua Pound Cake: page 157, posted by LindsayDunn228

Chicken with Lime Butter: page 158, posted by Tigerkat

Sausage Shells and Peas: page 158, posted by Formrcastmbr

Penne Arrabiatta: page 159, posted by i<3Disney

Crockpot Lentil and Sausage Soup: page 160, posted by JennymominRI

Chicken Parmegiana: page 160, posted by JennymominRI

Cream Cheese Cake: page 161, posted by lucas

Burrito Bake: page 161, posted by OceanAnnie

Spaghetti with Broccoli in a Garlic Olive Oil Sauce: page 161, posted by castleview

CEDMom's Pot Roast: page 161, posted by CEDmom

Banana or Zucchini Bread: page 162, posted by OceanAnnie

Sweet and Sour Macaroni Salad: page 162, posted by Tigerkat

Corn and Cheddar Cheese Chowder: page 162, posted by liamsaunt

Hot Tamale Dip: page 163, posted by jadenlayne

Pina Colada Cake: page 163, posted by jadenlayne

Ranch Chicken: page 164, posted by nancyg56

Mini Tuna Loaves: page 164, posted by Glynis

Six Can Casserole: page 165, posted by MerryPoppins

Aunt Martha's Famous Chicken Spaghetti Casserole: page 167, posted by nucpharm

Quick Potato Chowder: page 168, posted by lucas

Taco Soup: page 168, posted by dizluvr71

Fried Oreos: page 169, posted by tammyandtommy

Shaker Cranberry Pot Roast: page 169, posted by tammyandtommy

Cranberry Sauce: page 169, posted by tammyandtommy

Beef Stock: page 169, posted by tammyandtommy

Garlic Mashed Potatoes: page 169, posted by tammyandtommy

Crockpot Chicken and Dumplings: page 170, posted by castleview

Stuffed Pepper Soup: page 170, posted by glynis

Onion Burgers: page 171, posted by powellrj

Shrimp Fried Rice: page 171, posted by CEDMom

Nacho Pie: page 171, posted by Bearvet

London Broil Marinade: page 171, posted by FormrCastMbr

Crawfish Etouffee: page 172, posted by TXTink

Tortellini Soup: page 172, posted by glynis

Almond Apricot Orange Crescent Rolls: page 172, posted by lindsaydunn228

Outback Rack Of Lamb Cabernet Sauce: page 173 posted by Togerkat

Chinese BBQ Pork Tenderloin: page 173, posted by zandy595

Italian Herb Chicken: page 174, posted by DisneyFan06

Cheesy Chicken Quesadillas: page 175, posted by oceanannie

Crockpot Beef Stew: mpage 176, posted by CEDMom

Fluffy 2-Step Pumpkin Cheesecake: page 176, posted by OceanAnnie

Peach Coffee Cake: page 176, posted by Glynis

Baked Potato Soup: page 177, posted by TXTink

Mom's Pot Roast Marinade: page 177, posted by FormrCastMbr

Pizza Casserole: page 177, posted by Glynis

Citrus Garlic Shrimp: page 179, posted by Bearvet

Annie's Sausage and Egg Bake: page 180, posted by OceanAnnie

Pumpkin Scones: page 182, posted by Glynis

Peanut Butter and Banana Scones: page 182, posted by Glynis

Lemonade Chicken: page 186, posted by Glynis

Southwestern Chicken Chili: page 186, posted by CEDMom

Chicken Enchiladas: page 190, posted by nucpharm29

Sweet and Sour Meatloaf: page 190, posted by Glynis

Chocolate Almond Pie: page 191, posted by Tarheel Tink

Kale Potato Soup: page 192, posted by Sunfloridadisney

Chicken Tortilla Soup Better Than Any Restaurant: page 193, posted by BluOrchid2

Apple Brickle Dip: page 105, posted by Glynis

Chicken Provencal Stoup: page 196, posted by LindsayDunn228

Shrimply Delicious Rice: page 196, posted by Lucas

Unfried Chicken: page 197, posted by nucpharm29

Baked Dijon Salmon: page 199, posted by SunFloridaDisney

Lemon Roasted Crockpot Chicken: page 200, posted by Tigerkat

Easy Yummy Cobbler: page 200, posted by Oceanannie

Creamy Cajun Chicken Pasta: page 204, posted by tigerkat

Bite-size BBQ Chops: page 205, posted by matthewpaul939

Easy Pudding Pie: page 205, posted by Oceanannie

Skillet Sweet Pork Tenderloin and Cabbage: page 206, posted by shovan

Apricot-Filled Pumpkin Cake with Browned Butter Frosting: page 206, posted by Glynis

Spinach Artichoke Dip: page 207, posted by nucpharm29

BBQ Chicken (or turkey) Chili: page 207, posted by nucpharm29

White Icing/Glaze: page 208, posted by Zandy595

Super Easy and Quick Rotel Chicken Spaghetti: page 208, posted by 5Slays

Asian Marinated Pork Chops/Tenderloin: page 211, posted by Tigerkat

Green Bean Chicken Casserole: page 215, posted by LululovesDisney

Sangria: page 219, posted by FormrCastMbr

Cranberry Coffee Cake: page 221, posted by lucas

Simple Sprouts with Brown Butter and Bacon: page 223, posted by Lululovesdisney

Portobello Mushroom Lasagna: pag 224, posted by liamsuant

Lemony Basalmic- Mustard Marinated Roast Chicken with Rosemary and Garlic: page 224, posted by liamsaunt

Ultimate Potato Soup: page 225, posted by Pooh67_68

Ham, Potato, and Green Bean Soup: page 225, postedby Pooh67_68

Savory Shepherd's Pie: page 225, posted by Pooh67_68

Easy Mexican Eggplant: page 228, posted by Teresa Pitman

Crispy Potatoes: page 231, posted by liamsaunt

Son of Maniac Meatloaf: page 236, posted by nucpharm29

Honey Ginger Tea: page 236, link and recipe posted by LindsayDunn228

Chicken Strips: page 237, posted by lucas

Enchilada Bake: page 238, posted by Glynis

Sherried Beef: page 240, posted by Tigerkat

Spicy Slaw: page 240, posted by nucpharm

Oreo Truffles: page 240m posted by LindsayDunn228

Chicken Francese: page 242, posted by Formrcastmbr

Gooey Pumpkin Butter Cake: page 242, posted by LindsayDunn228

Pepsi Pork Roast: page 243, posted by OceanAnnie

Coke Marinated Steak: page 244, posted by bengalbelle

Le Cellier Cheese Soup: page 244, posted by lucas

Jam Thumbprints: page 248, posted by nucpharm29

Paprika Chicken: page 249, posted by cepmom

Chicken Risotto: page 250, posted by Glynis

Toffee Apple French Toast: page 250, posted by Glynis

Thai Chicken: page 251, posted by Jonestavern

Apple Chicken: page 252, posted by Liamsaunt

Star Jones BBQ Ribs: page 252, posted by Tigerkat

Creamy Chicken Stew: page 256, posted by Glynis

Cranberry Upside Down Cake: page 259, posted by Mosmom

Black Bean Soup: page 264, posted by LindsayDunn228

Sweet and Sour Chicken: page 268, posted by Therinian

Crockpot Cream of Mushroom Soup: page 268, posted by Therinian

Thai Chicken Curry: page 268, posted by liamsaunt

Red or White Beans: page 268, posted by Tigerkat

Corn Muffins: page 269, posted by Mom21

Nupharm's Hot Pasta Dish: page 271, posted by nucpharm29

Blueberry Swirl Cheesecake: page 271, posted by Oceanannie

Company Beef Casserole: page 272, posted by Tigerkat

Salisbury Steak: page 274, posted by Mosmom

Chicken Lazone: page 274, posted by Schnerk

Coleslaw with Ramen Noodles: page 274, posted by KTSMOM

Banana Cabana: page 275, posted by liamsunt

Frozen Mango Martini: page 275, posted by liamsunt

Frozen Kir Royale: page 275, posted by liamsaunt

Bushwacker: page 275, posted by liamsaunt

Frozen Mango Margarita: page 275, posted by liamsunt

Mango Mint Sparklers: page 275, posted by liamsunt

Baked Meatballs: page 276, posted by Zandy595

Lucky Nuts: page 277, posted by liamsaunt

Spinach Squares: page 278, posted by Teresa Pitman

Kale and Potatoes: page 278, posted by Teresa Pitman

Lime Chicken Tacos/Nachos: page 278, posted by Glynis

Hot and Sour Soup: page 279, posted by stacy347

French Dips: page 282, posted by Cyndirella

Phyllo Wrapped Asparagus: page 282, posted by lucas

Oriental Chicken and Rice: page 283, posted by zandy595

Strawberry fluff: page 283, posted by S.C.

Fabulous Summer Salad: page 283, posted by S.C.

Beef Barley Soup: page 284, posted by FormrCastMember

Chicken with Mushrooms: page 286, posted by liamsaunt

King Ranch Chicken: page 287, posted by DisneuDmbNut

Salisbury Steak: page 287, posted by MosMom

Just Like Loaded Baked Potatoes: page 287, posted by schnerk

Low Carb Chicken Parmesan: page 287, posted by schnerk

Loin of Pork with Green Peppercorns: page 287, posted by liamsaunt

Simple Southern Style Unfried Chicken: page 289, posted by remmyandhollandsmommy

Cheddar Potato Casserole: page 289, posted by remmyandhollandsmommy

Philadelphia Brownie Cheesecake: page 289, posted by remmyandhollandsmommy

BLT Soup: page 190, posted by Glynis

Hot Chicken Salad: page 191, posted by FormrCastMbr

Polynesian Pork Roast: page 294, posted by Glynis

Chicken Sienfeld: page 295, posted by Tigerkat

Crockpot Potato Sauerkraut Soup: page 296, posted by merekc

Chicken in Lime Butter Sauce: page 296, posted by Glynis

Golden Chicken: page 296, posted by MommyPoppins

Pierogies: page 298, posted by liamandcalli

Double Chocolate Fruit Dip: page 300, posted by Hersey

Mexican Chicken and Rice: page 303, posted by Kimmielee

Emeril's Shrimp and Potato Stew: page 303, posted by Tigerkat

Velvet Shrimp: page 303, posted by Tigerkat

Kimmielee's Vegetable Soup: page 303, posted by Kimmielee

Chicken with Peach Stuffing: page 303, posted by Glynis

Apple Pie in a Goblet: page 303, posted by Glynis

Chicken Nugget Casserole: page 306, posted by Glynis

Fruited Rice Pilaf: page 306, posted by Glynis

Cabbage Roll Stew: page 306, posted by stacy347

Wild Rice Casserole: page 306, posted by OKWMom

Chili Mac: page 307, posted by sugarpie

Cajun Pork Tenderloin with Garlic Butter: page 307, posted by Tigerkat

Catalina Chicken: page 309, posted by FormrCastMbr

Strawberry Soup: page 309, posted by FormrCastMbr

Sweet and Sour Chicken: page 311, posted by Formrcastmbr

Homemade Shake 'n Bake: page 311, posted by Nancyg56

Homemade Stove Top: page 311, posted by Nancyg56

Old Fashioned Fried Chicken: page 312, posted by tigerkat

Cran-orange pork Medallions: page 314, posted by Glynis

Company (funeral) Potatoes: page 316, posted by Glynis

Easy Skillet Chicken: page 317, posted by Glynis

Chicken Stew with Biscuits: page 318, posted by liamsaunt

Pizza in a Crescent: page 319, posted by Glynis

Lemon Spaghetti: page 319, posted by Tigerkat

Greek Beef Stew: page 319, posted by Hersey

Herbed Tilapia: page 323, posted by nucpharm29

Filet Mignon with Sherry Mushroom Sauce: page 323, posted by sugarpie

Ravioli with Sausage: page 324, posted by Glynis

Garlic Butter Green Beans: page 324, posted by Glynis

'Ohana Scalloped Potatoes: page 324, posted by nancyg56

Ground turkey casserole: page 327, posted by nancyg56

Shepherd's Pie: page 327, posted by OKWMOM

Sauteed Cabbage: page 329, posted by Lucas

Should Be Illegal Oven BBQ Ribs: page 329, posted by nancyg56

Mom's Irish Soda Bread: page 330, posted by Glynis

Easy Cheesy Chicken: page 331, posted by jekajekalynn

Microwave Carrot Casserole: page 331, posted by zandy595

Rice Krispy Chicken: page 331, posted by liamsaunt

Brown Sugar Pork Chops: page 331, posted by OKWMOM

Warm Winter Lemon Cake: page 335, posted by Glynis

Red Wine Steak: page 335, posted by tigerkat

Roast Pork Loin: page 336, posted by nancyg56

Bacon Cheeseburger Meatloaf: page 338, posted by Litebrite

Chicken Milanese: page 339, posted by liamsaunt

Overnight Cranberry-Orange French Toast: page 340, posted by Glynis

Tomato Bread: page 340, posted by formrcastmbr

Pepperoni Pasta Bake: page 341, posted by Disney8704

Pumpkin Pie: page 341, posted by Disney8704

Spinach Gratin: page 343, posted by Liamsaunt

Not-sagna Pasta Toss: page 345, posted by lindsaydunn228

Chicken Alfredo Peso Pasta: page 345, posted by mommypoppins

"Best Ever" Pot Roast: page 345, posted by disneymomx7

Greek Pork Pockets: page 345, posted by Glynis

Bahama-Mama Pork Chops: page 346, posted by tigerkat

Harvest Beef Stew: page 346, posted by formrcastmbr

Sweet and Savory Ribs: page 346, posted by glynis

Chinese Pork Ribs: page 346, posted by glynis

One Pot Saucy Skillet: page 347, posted by glynis

Sloppy Joe Pizza: page 347, posted by dismeymomx7

Trader Joe's Turkey Chili: page 350, posted by cepmom

Frosted Chocolate Coconut Squares: page 350, posted by tigerkat

Hamburg Gravy: page 352, posted by thehat

Coconut Jasmine Rice: page 353, posted by nucpharm29

Eggplant Pasta: page 354, posted by cepmom

Fiesta Ravioli: page 355, posted by Glynis

NY Style Red Onions: page 355, posted by formrcastmbr

Smarter Fettuccine Alfredo: page 356, posted by zandy595

Spicy Black Bean Cakes: page 358, posted by liamsaunt

Pineapple Coconut Rice: page 358, posted by liamsaunt

Dirt Pudding: page 359, posted by formrcastmbr

Stuffed Artichokes: page 360, posted by lucas

<30 Minute Muffins: page 366, posted by nancyg56

Fall Muffins: page 366, posted by nancyg56

Honey Pecan Pork Chops: page 367, posted glynis

Heavenly Hash: page 367, posted by pooh67_68

Black Bottom Cupcakes: page 367, posted by pooh67_68

Chicken Tetrazini: page 367, posted by minniem21

Back-a-town Chicken: page 370, posted by tigerkat

Quick-Fix Beef Burrito Skillet: page 370, posted by Oceanannie

Garlic and Citrus Chicken: page 371, posted by minniem21

Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes: page 371, posted by minniem21

Parmesan Roasted Asparagus: page 371, posted by minniem21

Shrimp Pasta with Tomatoes and Basil: page 372, posted by cepmom

Thai Green Chicken Curry: page 373, posted by shovan

Blueberry Dump Cake: page 374, posted by formrcastmbr

Stuffed Portobellos: page 377, posted by lululovesdisney

Spicy Crockpot Chicken: page 378, posted by Oceanannie

Main St. Bakery French Toast: page 378, posted by nucpharm29

Naan: page 382, posted by liamsaunt

Egg Curry: page 382, postged by liamsaunt

Pork Chops with Sweet and Hot Peppers: page 382, posted by nucpharm29

Pork Tenderloin with Creamy Herb Sauce: page 383, posted by tigerkat

Celery Succotash Salad: page 384, posted by lucas

Scallops in Basil Alfredo: page 386, posted by OKWMOM

Banana Sour Cream Pancakes: page 386, posted by minniem21

Lemon Yogurt Cake: page 390, posted by minniem21

Zucchini Gratin: page 390, posted by minniem21

Green Herb Dip: page 390, posted by minniem21

Maple Roasted Bacon: page 390, posted by minniem21

Grilled Tuna with Arugula, White Beans, Pickled Onions, and Red Pepper Mustard Sauce: page 391, posted by liamsunt

Sheryl's Tuscan Style Beans, Peppers, and Onions: page 395, posted by shovan

Romanoff's type whipped cream sauce: page 396, posted by shovan

Perfect Roast Chicken: page 396, posted by minniem21

Tomato-tomatillo Salsa: page 396, posted by shovan

Salsa Verde: page 396, posted by shovan

Brioche Loaves: page 399, posted by minniem21

Brioche French Toast: page 399, posted by minniem21

Breakfast Pizza: page 402, posted by zandy595

Shrimp Pasta a la V: page 403, posted by lilygator

New York Style Cheesecake: page 404, posted by heresy

Moist and Easy Coconut: page 404, posted by tigerkat

Peanut Butter Gooey Cake (variation of a previous recipe): page 405, posted by LindsayDunn228

Seared Salmon with Tomato Vinagrette: page 406, posted by liamsaunt

Creamy Macaroni and Cheese: page 406, posted by sj&k


Ham and Beans:page 408, posted by piffle

Mom's Carrot Cake: page 408, posted by formrcastmbr

Ham and Broccoli Casserole: page 408, posted by formrcastmbr

Chicken Cordon Bleu: page 409, posted by formrcastmbr

Seafood Boil Leftovers: page 409, posted by shovan

Paula Deen's Pineapple Casserole: page 410, posted by lululovesdisney

Crab Boats: page 411, posted by shovan

Casserole of Seafood and Potato Florentine: page 411, posted by shovan

Muriel's Crawfish and goat cheese crepes: page 413, posted by thebeadpirate

Grilled Artichokes: page 414, posted by shovan

Mediterranean Potato Salad: page 415, posted by shovan

Chimichurri Sauce: page 415, posted by shovan

Chinese Coleslaw: page 417, posted by ilovejack02

Blue Cheese Stuffed Baked Potatoes with Buffalo Chicken Tenders: page 418, posted by jennymominri

Twist-a-ronis: page 420, posted by ilovejack02

Really Garlicky Whitefish: page 421, posted by glynis

Super Sloppy Joes: page 421, posted by ugadog99

Dorito Casserole: page 422, posted by lululovesdisney

Creole Shrimp Stuffed Peppers: page 224, posted by tigerkat

Linguine with White Clam Sauce: page 224, posted by liamsaunt

S'more drops: page 225, posted by glynis

Honey Garlic Ribs: page 225, posted by loi1043

Ginger Salmon Salad: page 426, posted by glynis

Proscuitto Roast Pork: page 427, posted by nancyg56

Ropa Vieja-Cuban Shredded Beef: page 230, posted by shovan

Polynesian Luau Chicken: page 230, posted by lori1043

Spinach Cheese Pie: page 430, posted by marlasmom

Pampered Chef Aloha Pizza: page 436, posted by zandy595

Bobby Flay's Grilled Hoisin Marinated Pork: page 437, posted by zandy595

Cranberry Chicken: page 439, posted by Glynis

Chicken Divan: page 440, posted by bestywdw

Chris Daigle's Jambalya: page 441, posted by lori1043

Beef Fajitas in the Crockpot: page 441, posted by The Hat

Portuguese Grilled Chicken: page 444, posted by zandy595

Pepper Jack Chicken: page 446, posted by glynis

Fish Tacos: page 450, posted by liamsaunt

Guacamole: page 450, posted by liamsaunt

Fiesta Rice: page 450, posted by liamsunt

Chicken Taco Salad: page 450, posted by formrcastmbr

Lindsay's Kitty Chili: page 450, posted by LindsayDunn228

Flat-iron steaks with Great Green Sauce and Nutty Roni-n-Rice: page 454, posted by Lindsaydunn228

Sandy's Chicken Marsala: page 455, posted by zandy595

Breaded and Baked Pork Chops: page 455, posted by tigerkat

Oatmeal Muffins: page 455, posted by nancyg56

Banana Muffins: page 455, posted by nancyg56

Peanut Butter and Jelly Muffins: page 456, posted by The Hat

Cinnamon Streusel Sour Cream Coffee Cake Muffins: page 456, posted by lululovesdisney

Cornflake Crusted Fish Fillets with Roasted Tomatillo Sauce and Fried Corn: page 456, posted by shovan

Blue Blueberry Muffins: page 456, posted by glynis

Spicy Szechuan Eggplant: page 458, posted by lululovesdisney

Eggplant Soup: page 458, posted by lululovesdisney

Mozzarella en Carozza: page 458, posted by lululovesdisney

Haddock au Gratin: page 459, posted by The Hat

Mom's Favorite Eggplant Sticks: page 459, posted by liamandcaili

Tom's Home Chicken: page 460, posted by formrcastmbr

Mrs. Bobbie's Crawfish Pasta: page 461, posted by lori1043

Fresh Lemon and Ginger Muffins: page 461, posted by liamsaunt

Short Stack Cookies: page 462, posted by glynis

Raspberry Swirl Coffee Cake: page 466, posted by glynis

'Ohana Honey-Lime Salad Dressing: page 467, posted by nancyg56

Roasted Tomatillo Sauce: page 469, posted by shovan

Mojito: page 471, posted by thebeadpirate

Pork Vindaloo with Raita: page 473, posted by nucpharm29

Teriyaki Turkey Burgers: page 477, posted by glynis

Pasta Primavera: page 479, posted by liamsaunt

Fried Onion Rings: page 480, posted by liamandcaili

White chocolate pudding/cheesecake pie: page 481, posted by oceanannie

Grilled Salmon with Artichoke Salsa: page 485, posted by thebeadpirate

Cheese-topped Beef Bake: page 485, posted by glynis

Preserved Lemons: page 485, posted by heresy

Black Bean, Corn, and Zucchini Enchiladas: page 486, posted by nucpharm29

Kielbasa Soup: page 488, posted by the hat

Easy Asian Beef and Noodles: page 492, posted by Aimeedyan

Baked Ziti: page 492, posted by Aimeedyan

Some Kind of Lemon Cookies with Filling: page 492, posted by Aimeedyan

Wacky Cake: page 494, posted by liamandcailli

Lemon Sugar Cookie Dough: page 494, posted by liamandcailli

Lemon Powdered Sugar Icing: page 494, posted by liamandcailli

Hoisin-Honey Glazed Pork Tenderloin with grilled pineapple: page 496, posted by aimeedyan

Renaissance of Tuna Casserole: page 498, posted by LindsayDunn228


Cherry Truffle Squares: page 500, posted by Glynis

Oh-So-Easy Chocolate-Peanut Caramel Bars: page 500, posted by Glynis

Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Bars: page 500, posted by Glynis

White Chocolate Raspberry Bars: page 500, posted by Glynis

Parmesan Potatoes: page 503, posted by nancyg56

Sloppy Joe Rotini: page 505, posted by OKWMOM

Drunken Chicken: page 507, posted by lucas

Drago's Chargrilled Oysters: page 508, posted by lucas

No-bake Tamale Pie: page 508, posted by OKWMOM

Melt in your Mouth BBQ Ribs: page 509, posted by nucpharm29

Curried Peanut Chicken: page 511, posted by nucpharm29

Roasted Garlic/Parmesan Vinaigrette: page 513, posted by liamandcailli

Chicken Lettuce Wrap with Sweet and Spicy Sauce: page 514, posted by nucpharm29

Hawaiian Coleslaw: page 514, posted by ilovejack02

Mashed Chipotle Sweet Potatoes: page 515, posted by liamandcailli

'Ohana Honey Lime Dressing: page 522, posted by nancyg56

Mango Poppyseed from SOA Dinner: 522, posted by nancyg56

Lemoncello Cosmopolitan: page 522, posted by shovan

Italian Dressing: page 423, posted by shovan

Carmelized Onion, Blue Cheese, Sweet Potato Pizza: page 524, posted by thebeadpirate

Blueberry Jello Salad: page 523, posted by nancyg56

Mexican Stuffed Shells: page 528, posted by tigerkat

Dubliner Stuffed Chicken: page 536, posted by aimeedyan

Garlic and Wine Grilled Shrimp: page 537, posted by tigerkat

Kady's Dairy-free Cupcakes: page 538, posted by liamandcailli

Pam's Meatloaf: page 541, posted by ugadog99

Dairy-free Apple Cake: page 542, posted by liamandcailli

Spicy Basque-Style Chicken: page 544, posted by nucpharm29

Penne with Asparagus, Spinach and Bacon: page 544, posted by nucpharm29

Easy Baked Chicken Breasts: page 546, posted by the hat

Scallops Newburg: page 546, posted by OKWMOM

Shrimp and Wild Rice Casserole: page 549, posted by OKWMOM

Lorraine Dawson's Blueberry Sauce: page 550, posted by lori1043

Tarragon Chicken: page 551, posted by tigertkat

Lady and Sons Fried Green Tomatoes with Dipping Sauce: page 556, posted by tigerkat

Blueberry Cheese Rolls: page 565, posted by ugadog99

Spiced Chicken Thighs with Yogurt Sauce: page 565, posted by nucpharm29

Spinach Bruschetta: page 566, posted by jennymominri

Fried Ravioli: page 572, posted by aimeedyan

Frozen Heaven: page 573, posted by zandy595

Bourbon Ball: page 574, posted by thebeadpirate

Sex in the Holler: page 574, posted by thebeadpirate

Mai Tai: page 575, posted by shovan

Ghirardelli Award Winning Brownies: page 578, posted by shovan

Giada's Italian Baked Chicken and Pastina: page 581, posted by aimeedyan

Artichoke Brushcetta: 581, posted by heresy

Cornbread Chili: page 583, posted by vettechick99

Red Curry-Coconut Tofu with Crispy Jasmine Rice: page 585, posted by liamsaunt

Knockwurst and Sauerkraut: page 585, posted by shovan


Sangria Blanca: page 589, posted by nucpharm29

Spicy BBQ shrimp with Black Bean and Corn Relish: page 589, posted by nucpharm29

Alice Springs Chicken: page 591, posted by aimeedyan

Baked Turkey Legs: page 592, posted by glendamax

Cranapple Caramel Crostada: page 596, posted by glynis

Lemon Lime Pound Cake: page 596, posted by glynis

Baked Zucchini and Tomato Casserole: page 597, posted by buckylarue

Chicken 'n Spinach Pasta Bake: page 598, posted by ilovejack02


Warm Strawberry Fondue: page 600, posted by glynis

Butterscotch Fondue: page 600, posted by glynis

Cheese Fondue: page 600, posted by glynis

Cheesy Pizza Fondue: page 600, posted by glynis

Zucchini and Bacon Quiche: page 604, posted by aimeedyan

French Dip Panini: page 608, posted by aimeedyan

Five Flavor Chicken: page 610, posted by glynis

Strawberry Pork Chops: page 610, posted by glynis

Raspberry or Berry Tart: page 612, posted by liamandcailli

Bacon Wrapped Scallops with Chipotle Lime Aioli: page 616, posted by liamsaunt

Ambrosia Salad: page 616, posted by oceanannie

Salsa Chicken: page 617, posted by aimeedyan

Parmesan Crusted Lamb Chops: page 618, posted by liamsaunt

Nancyg56's version of Spinach Salad from Bertuccis: page 620, posted by nancyg56

Seafood Salad: page 621, posted by LBKB

Plantains and Pineapple: page 623, posted by buckylarue

Poor Man's Stroganoff: page 623, posted by glynis

Poor Man's Tuna Casserole: page 623, posted by glynis

Chicken Salad: page 623, posted by glynis

Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower: page 626, posted by minniem21

Oven Fried Chicken: page 626, posted by minniem21

Braised Pork Chops: page 626, posted by formrcastmbr

Cake Mix Cobbler: page 627, posted by oceanannie

Royal Baked Chicken: page629, posted by tigerkat

Eclair Cake: page 636, posted by OKWMOM

Island Jump Up Ribs: page 636, posted by hersey

Grand Marnier Souffles with Creme Anglaise Sauce: page 638, posted by liamsaunt

Marsala Pork Chops: page 638, posted by OKWMOM

Raspberry Seltzer: page 640, posted by thebeadpirate

Sock-it-to-me Cake: page 641, posted by OKWMOM

BBQ Hash Brown Chicken: page 642, posted by aimeedyan

Orzo with Roasted Vegetables: page 646, posted by minniem21

California BLTs: page 646, posted by minniem21

Couscous with Pine Nuts: page 646, posted by minniem21

Spinach and Smoked Gouda Stuffed Chicken: page 647, posted by aimeedyan

Cheese Souflee: page 647, posted by liamsaunt

Scones: page 248, posted by pennstr8r

Mexican Baked Chicken: page 248, posted by tigerkat

Loaded Chocolate Chip Cookies: page 249, posted by liamandcailli

Very Berry Pie: page 656, posted by glynis

Shovan's Italian Stuffed Pork Roast: page 657, posted by shovan

Shredded Zucchini with Lemon and Thyme: page 657, posted by liamsaunt

Low-fat Chocolate Zucchini Cake: page 659, posted by lululovesddisney

PB&J Roll-ups: page 662, posted by glynis

Yummy Eggless (and optional Dairy-free) Pancakes: page 662, posted by liamandcailli

Mahi Mahi Barbados: page 664, posted by liamandcailli

Herbed Baked Potatoes: page 667, posted by hersey

Asian Beef Skewers: page 667, posted by hersey

Asparagus-Fontina Bundles: page 667, posted by liamsaunt

Eggplant cutlets with tomato-onion compote: page 667, posted by liamsaunt

Limoncello Pinenut Sauce for Fish: page 668, posted by shovan

Sloppy Joe DiMaggios: page 670, posted by LindsayDunn228

Crawfish Etouffee: page 672, posted by shovan

Flounder with Tomato/Herb Cream Sauce: page 673, posted by liamandcailli

Jalapeno Cream Sauce: page 674, posted by liamandcailli

Buffalo Chicken Lasagna: page 680, posted by aimeedyan

Beef and Rice Enchiladas: page 682, posted by aimeedyan

Lemony Garlic Broiled Chicken: page 683, posted by tigerkat

Liamsaunt's Pasta: page 684, posted by liamsaunt


Baked Hunter's Stew: page 685, posted by glynis

Irish Lamb Stew: page 685, posted by shovan

Grilled Salmon in BBQ sauce: page 687, posted by hersey

Double-Cheese and Veggie Macaroni : page 687, posted by momoftwoprincess

Chicken and Rice: page 687, posted by mjantz

Biscuits: page 690, posted by thehat

Roasted Curried Sweet Potatoes: page 693, posted by liamsaunt

Honey Pineapple Chicken: page 694, posted by glynis

Chicken Pasta Parmesan: page 696, posted by tigerkat

Brochette of Kefta: page 696, posted by txtink

Mexican Lasagna: page 700, posted by nancyg56

KitchenAid Crusty Pizza Dough: page 701, posted by shovan

Shrimp Fried Rice: page 703, posted by txtink

Gioza: page 704, posted by worm761

Crispy sugared basil bacon: page 707, posted by liamsaunt

Mojo Criollo: page 717, posted by formrcastmbr

New Orleans Style BBQ Shrimp: page 717, posted by shovan

BBQ Shrimp: page 717, posted by tigerkat

Pizza Casserole: page 719, posted by OKWMOM

Old Favorite French Bread Recipe ( for Welbuilt Bread Machine): page 721, posted by shovan

"Old Reliable" French Bread (for Kitchen Aid Mixers) Recipe : page 721, posted by shovan

Mexican Lasagna: page 722, posted by disneycjm

Triple Layer Lemon Pie: page 726, posted by tigerkat

Frites: page 728, posted by liamsaunt

Chipotle Chicken Soft Tacos: page 731, posted by zandy595

Gazpacho 'Martinis:page 731, posted by zandy595

Salad Nicoise: page 731, posted by zandy595

Grandma's Favorite Chocolate Dessert: page 741, posted by formrcast mbr

Apple Harvest Cake: page 743, posted by pooh67_68

Root beer Baked Beans: page 748, posted by hersey

Breakfast Pizza: page 749, posted by aimeedyan

Pepper Cheese Bread: page 729, posted by Lindsaydunn228

Chicken Tortilla Lasagna: page 750, posted by miniefan

Pork Chops with Scalloped Potatoes: 752, posted by nancyg56

Thai Shrimp and Rice Seafood Suppers: page 753, posted by aimeedyan

Summer Rolls: page 753, posted by liamsaunt

Cucumber/tomato party "salad": page 754, posted by thebeadpirate

Pork Chop Casserole: page 754, posted by pooh67_68

Chicken Roulades with goat cheese, basil, and sun dried tomatoes: page 757, posted by liamsaunt

CHIPOTLE MEXICAN CORNBREAD: page 760, posted by shovan

CHIPOTLE MEXICAN CORNBREAD: page 760, posted by shovan

Peach Margaritas: page 763, posted by hersey

Pork Scallops with Tomato Cream: page 764, posted by tigerkat

Weight Watchers General Tso’s Chicken: page 765, posted by lululovesdisney

Lemon Olive Chicken with Couscous: page 765, posted by shovan

Delicious Homemade Tomato Tortilla Soup: page 768, posted by papa deauce

Frozen Snicker Dessert: page 768, posted by LindsayDunn228

Tex-mex meatball pie: page 770, posted by hersey

Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole: page 774, posted by the hat

Chocolate Zucchini Cake III: page 775, posted by nancyg56

Apple Spice Cake: page 775, posted by nancyg56

IRISH ROVER'S UNICORN PUB SHEPHERD'S PIE: page 776, posted by formrcastmbr

Asian Peanut Chicken with Cucumber Salad: page 778, posted by aimeedyan

Chinese Chicken & Broccoli Stir Fry: page 779, posted by cajunmummy

Shrimp with Chinese Broccoli: page 780, posted by liamsaunt

Greek turkey burgers: page 783, posted by shovan

Pork Tenderloin with Plum Sauce: page 783, posted by tigerkat

Easy bean dip: page 783, posted by liamandcailli

Baked Chimichangas: page 784, posted by nancyg56

Shrimp boil: page 784, posted by OKWMOM

Sausage Rotel Dip: page 784, posted by OKWMOM

Wings, 2 Ways: page 785, posted by glynis

Bonnie's Buffalo Chicken Dip: page 786, posted by liamsaunt

Italian Hero Sandwich: page 786, posted by liamsaunt

Baked Brie: page 787, posted by piglet843

Hot Bacon Bits: page 788, posted by OKWMOM

Mystery Pecan Pie: page 789, posted by tigerkat

Drunk Dawgs: page 790, posted by ugadog99

Asain Marinade (best for wings and flank steak): page 790, posted by formrcastmbr

Crawfish Dip: page 791, posted by TXTink

Ginger Pot Roast: page 794, posted by jennymominri

Stuffed Chicken Rolls: page 801, posted by tigerkat

Double Chicken and Dumplings Stoup: page 802, posted by lindsaydunn228

Smoky Portobello Mushroom Soup- Artist point- Wilderness Lodge: page 805, posted by thebeadpirate

3-layer Cheese & Chicken Quesadillas: page 807, posted by cajunmommy #12093

Fried Cauliflower: page 811, posted by tigerkat #12157

Paula Deen's Swiss Steak: page 812, posted by jennymominri #12174

Jerk Marinade: page 824, posted by piglet843 #12350

German Chocolate Cream Cheese Bars: page 826, posted by tigerkat #12382

Italian Bistro Casserole: page 831, posted by glynis #12452

Cheesy Chicken Chowder: page 833, posted by hersey #12487

Baked Blueberry French Toast: page 835, posted by OKWMOM #12514

Blueberry Syrup: page 835, posted by OKWMOM #12514

CARAMELIZED BAKED CHICKEN: page 835, posted by aimeedyan #12521

Rice Cooker Shrimp Jambalaya: page 836, posted by cajunmommy #12526

Incredible melted ice cream cake: page 837, posted by hersey #12537

Chocolate marshmallow frosting: page 837, posted by hersey #12537

Creamed chicken: page 830, posted by rkwells #12564

Oreo Brownie: page 830, posted by hersey #12566

Flank Steak and Edamame with Wasabi Dressing: page 841, posted by nucpharm29 #12605

CORNELL CHICKEN: page 841, posted by liamandcailli #12607

Chorizo Hash Browns: page 844, posted by tigerkat #12647

French Dip Roast: page 485, posted by formrcastmbr #12661

Chicken Dianne (Almost): page 486, posted by OKWMOM #12687

Vanilla Rich Chip Cake: page 846, posted by LindsayDunn228 #12690

Chicken Enchiladas: page 847, posted by rkwells #12695

Pumpkin Muffins: page 848, posted by hersey #12718

Mom's Stuffing: page 851, posted by liamandcailli #12762

Sage, Orange, and Clove Rotisserie Turkey: page 853, posted by hersey #12774

Strawberry Banana French Toast: page 853, posted by glynis #12790

Stove Top won't do?!? You want freakin' oyster dressing?!?: page 854, posted by thebeadpirate #12796

Sour Cream Muffins: page 854, posted by LindsayDunn228 #12805

Old Fashioned Coconut Pie: page 855, posted by tigerkat #12815

Cashew Chicken : page 855, posted by sandy321 #12821

Beef stew in the crockpot: page 857, posted by cajunmommy #12847

Taco Soup: page 857, posted by aimeedyan #12855

Shrimp and Grits: page 858, posted by laimsaunt #12857

Meatballs: page 860, posted by formrcastmbr #12893

Herbed simmered Beef stew: page 861, posted by hersey #12908

Toffee Apple French Toast: page 862, posted by glynis #12929

Goat Cheese & Bacon Quiche: page 863, posted by txtink #12931

Goat Cheese and Sun Dried Tomato Quiche: page 863, posted by txtink #12931

Recipe for Herbs De Provence: page 863, posted by txtink #12931

Tomato Sauce: page 863, posted by formrcastmbr #12936

Creole Shrimp Bake: page 864, posted by OKWMOM #12951

Pecan Pie French Toast: page 865, posted by OKWMOM #12969

Wormy apple bars: page 856, posted by glynis #12999

Oven-Roasted Maple GORP: page 870, posted by Lindsaydunn228 #13038

Chocolate Banana Bread Puddings: page 870, posted by thebeadpirate #13050

Ranch Mashed Potatoes: page 874, posted by nucpharm29 #13106

Sweet Sausages Braised in Onions with Horseradish Smashed Potatoes:page 874, posted by nucpharm29 #13106

Chicken Sausalito: page 879, posted by tigerkat #13171

Spicy Lime Chicken Marinade: page 879, posted by liamandcailli #13176

Creamy Avocado Salsa: page 879, posted by liamandcailli #13176

Artichoke Dip: page 885, posted by ugadog99 #13263

Pork Roast: page 890, posted by liamsaunt #13348

Chicken Sparky: page 893, posted by tigerkat #13387

Hot Apple Pie Cocktail: page 894, posted by nancyg56 #13411

Magic Shell: page 900, posted by hersey #13498

Crockpot Chicken Tacos: page 900, posted by ugadog99 #13500

Fish ChowdAH: page 901, posted by the hat #13503

Hello Dolly Pie: page 901, posted by glynis #13512

Eggnog Pumpkin Pie: page 901, posted by glynis #13512

CHICKPEA AND ROMAINE SOUP: page 902, posted by lucas #13524

Eggnog Pumpkin Pie: page 905, posted by glynis #13587

Herb Butter: page 910, posted by ugadog99 #13643

Pumpkin Casserole: page 918, posted by nancyg56 #13756

Boma Chicken Corn Chowder: page 920, posted by formrcast mbr #13793

Balsamic Glazed Pork Chops (or chicken): page 920, posted by formrcastmbr #13799

Fresh Bratwurst: page 921, posted by shovan #13812

Ribollita Recipe: page 922, posted by shovan #13821

Avocado Egg Rolls with Dipping Sauce: page 926, posted by aimeedyan #13886

Spiced Nuts: page 926, posted by aimeedyan #13886

Spinach Artichoke Dip: page 926, posted by aimeedyan #13886

Everything Chicken Tenders:page 926, posted by aimeedyan #13886

Cheddar Bay Biscuits: page 926, posted by aimeedyan #13886

Cheese and Spinach Puff Pastries: page 926, posted by aimeedyan #13886

Crispy Olives stuffed with Sausage: page 926, posted by aimeedyan #13886

Mulled Wine: page 926, posted by aimeedyan #13886

Blue Cheese Goureges: page 926, posted by aimeedyan #13886

Beer Chops: page 931, posted by formrcastmbr #13960

Mandy's Chicken Casserole: page 935, posted by ugadog99 #14019

Potato chip cookies: page 936, posted by hersey #14026

Chicken and sausage gumbo in the crockpot: page 237, posted by aimeedyan #14054

Manicotti: page 940, posted by aimeedyan #14086

Ravioli Lasagna: page 940, posted by lindsaydunn228 #14089

Burritos El Grande: page 942, posted by aimeedyan #14130

Southwestern Chicken Salad: page 947, posted by robinb #14201

Cooking Roasts: page 950, posted by zipuzee #14247

Greek Potatoes: page 954, posted by nancyg56 #14301

Twice Baked Potato Casserole: page 955, posted by glynis #14322

Sugared Almonds in the Crockpot: page 960, posted by formrcastmbr #14391

Cinnamon Raisin Chicken: page 962, posted by Glynis #14427

Slow Cooker Lemonade Chicken: page 962, posted by Glynis #14427

Creamy Tomato Chicken: page 962, posted by Glynis #14427

Italian Pineapple Chicken: page 962, posted by Glynis #14427

Chicken in Creamy Gravy: page 962, posted by Glynis #14427

Tangy Almond Chicken: page 962, posted by Glynis #14427

Christmas Breakfast Sausage Casserole : page 964, posted by aimeedyan #14449

Fool-Proof Prime Rib: page 965, posted by tigerkat #14463

Simply Lasagna: page 967, posted by aimeedyan #14498

Drunk Dawgs: page 968, posted by tigerkat #14518

Goat Cheese Stuffed Grilled Peppers: page 968, posted by tigerkat #14518

Lasagna al Forno: page 970, posted by zipuzee #14537

Chili with Chipotle and Chocolate: page 975, posted by aimeedyan #14618

Fudgy Brownies:page 975, posted by aimeedyan #14618

Spicy Black-Eyed Pea Dip: page 975, posted by aimeedyan #14618

Wicked Easy Baked Apples: page 979, posted by liamandcailli #14684

Maple Balsamic Glazed Pork Tenderloin: page 979, posted by aimeedyan #14685

Sausage, white bean, tomato pasta: page 987, posted by liamsaunt #14792

Slow-Cooker Salsa Chicken: page 989, posted by aimeedyan #14822

Spiced pecans: page 990, posted by shovan #14837

Chicken with Honey Balsamic glaze: page 992, posted by mermaid02 #14867

Stuffed Pepper Stoup: page 993, posted by cajunmommy #14889

Cheese Fondue: page 994, posted by liamsaunt #14903

Cheesy Pizza Fondue: page 995, posted by glynis #14916

Woodward Cheese Fondue:page 995, posted by glynis #14916

Butterscotch Fondue: page 995, posted by glynis #14916

Warm Strawberry Fondue: page 995, posted by glynis #14916

Beef & Rice Dish: page 996, posted by disney8704 #14938

Creamy Parmesan Spinach: page 997, posted by tigerkat #14948

Cheese-Stuffed Chicken with Asparagus pasta: page 1000, posted by liamsaunt #14996

Chicken Ala King: page 1001, posted by formrcastmbr #15006

Longaberger Vegetarian Chili: page 1001, posted by briarmom #15010

Green Chili Chicken Stew: page 1002, posted by demonllama #15026

Shovan's Wine Can Chicken: page 1005, posted by shovan #15070

Beer Can Chicken: page 1005, posted by shovan #15070

Mexican Tortilla Casserole: page 1006, posted by aimeedyan #15084

Thai Peanut Chicken: page 1011, posted by glynis #15156

Marseeya
03-16-2006, 06:39 AM
:wave2: Good morning, Lindsay!

Are you really so organized??? :rotfl:

We're probably having either pork chops or hot sausage sandwiches. The only reason I know ahead of time is because that's the only meat I've got in the house right now. :teeth:

LindsayDunn228
03-16-2006, 06:43 AM
Marseeya, I don't know if I'm that organized or not. We shall see :)

I sit down the day before (sometimes the day OF) we go to the grocery store and decide what I what to do for dinner the following week. I know I know, I'm a loser. But it's just me and my hubby and it makes things a whole lot easier on me :)

aprilgail2
03-16-2006, 06:49 AM
Tonights a quick dinner...I get home at 4 and my daughter has karate from 515-615 and then girl scouts from 630-815 tonight so I have to get something together really quick at 4.....

Marseeya
03-16-2006, 06:52 AM
Nooo, you're not a loser at all! I really wish we could be that way. DH suggests it all the time, but I have such a hard time planning in advance like that. I just buy things I know we like and play it by ear. I'd probably save myself a lot of hassle and money by planning. For example, I bought ground beef when we went shopping on Sunday, then we ended up wanting meatloaf on Tuesday. I didn't have half the stuff to make meatloaf, so I had to run to the store to get it. :rolleyes:

powellrj
03-16-2006, 07:48 AM
we are going to be gone on Friday, so we are having corned beef and cabbage today. Its cooking in the crock-pot so all I will have to do is fix the veggies when I get home tonight. I still have a leftover ham bone I need to use, looks like we are having ham and beans this weekend!

Mermaid02
03-16-2006, 07:50 AM
leftovers.... I made chicken in the crock pot yesterday but dd wasn't feeling well and ds had a hotdog... dh and I split one chicken breast so there are 3 left along with the rice. They're gonna eat it until it's GONE! :teeth:

imageid
03-16-2006, 08:40 AM
I don't have to cook on Thurs. DH works late, so we go to my Mom's for dinner. She is making Brisket, potatoes and some kind of veggie!

CheshireVal
03-16-2006, 08:51 AM
I'm making chicken parmesan: chicken breasts breaded in italian bread crumbs and parmesan, baked, served over whole wheat spaghetti with sauce.

I might have a salad with it if I can be bothered stopping by the grocery store on my way home from work to pick one up.

stacy347
03-16-2006, 09:04 AM
Crazy busy day here today so I'm keeping it simple ~ Chili Mac and garlic bread :)

Pooh67_68
03-16-2006, 09:05 AM
Ham, mashed potatoes, corn.

liamsaunt
03-16-2006, 09:17 AM
Tonight we are making pizza and watching a movie (Walk the Line)

monarchsfan16
03-16-2006, 09:36 AM
We're going to our favorite Mexican place :cool1: After close to a week of leftovers and frozen pizza (mom's progress report grades were due yesterday), I can't wait for REAL food

BamaBaloo
03-16-2006, 12:09 PM
Outback Steakhouse! Yum!

swea_pea1
03-16-2006, 12:16 PM
I think we're having chili and cornbread, but I'll probably change my mind.

bigmerle1966
03-16-2006, 12:25 PM
Creme Brule French Toast. It was an idea I saw on a website and I thought I would try it. Hopefully it comes out good. I mixed eggs with half & half and vanilla then poured part of it over slices of challah bread. I then poured caramel sauce on it, placed more slices of bread on top of that then poured the rest of the egg mix over the whole thing. I did this last night, when I get home from work I will pop it in the oven and bake.

liamsaunt
03-16-2006, 12:33 PM
Creme Brule French Toast. It was an idea I saw on a website and I thought I would try it. Hopefully it comes out good. I mixed eggs with half & half and vanilla then poured part of it over slices of challah bread. I then poured caramel sauce on it, placed more slices of bread on top of that then poured the rest of the egg mix over the whole thing. I did this last night, when I get home from work I will pop it in the oven and bake.

I've made that before--you got it from Epicurious, right? It is very good, but it is SUPER sweet, and very, very rich. I made it for a New Year's brunch, and everyone was completely stuffed for the rest of the day. Noone wanted dinner.

tinknme
03-16-2006, 12:40 PM
I am making meatloaf tonight. My family likes it made with bbq sauce & bacon on top. Great idea for a thread, will give me ideas for future dinners :goodvibes

bigmerle1966
03-16-2006, 12:41 PM
I've made that before--you got it from Epicurious, right? It is very good, but it is SUPER sweet, and very, very rich. I made it for a New Year's brunch, and everyone was completely stuffed for the rest of the day. Noone wanted dinner.

No I didn't. I was visiting the web site for a store called Let's Dish. You go there to make meals that you take home. I was at the site looking at the menus and saw Creme Brule French Toast with a brief synopsis of what it had in it and just did it on my own. That's why I said I hoped it would come out okay, I just winged it. :teeth: I will have to check out Epicurious and see how close I came.

mousiemom
03-16-2006, 12:50 PM
You know the DIS board really keeps me organize. I'm getting some good ideas for dinner! We are having chicken pot pies tonight. The corn beef and cabbage sounds really good though!
Enjoy!

tink38
03-16-2006, 01:06 PM
Thanks for starting this thread! Lately it's becoming such a challenge to figure out whatI'm going to cook every night. We are having muffalettas tonight. DH is working late and I about killed myself last night with the fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, and broccoli. :faint: I will NEVER do that again on a week night!

MinnieM21
03-16-2006, 02:55 PM
Great idea about the What's for dinner official thread! :thumbsup2

I have no idea. I don't eat meat anymore so it's a lot more difficult to figure out what I'm going eat now. :)

For some reason I'm craving pancakes? :confused3 :rotfl: I think I'll have pancakes.

ckmommy
03-16-2006, 03:11 PM
We are having a Ham and Broccoli ring. It is easy and the kids all like it.

We had an awesome Mexican Lasagna last night. I think I actually made it right--after several failed attempts.

I have to figure something yummy for St. Patty's day. I do not like corned beef (or the way I make at least). So I will be thinking about that tonight.

kpm76
03-16-2006, 03:35 PM
I have no idea what to have! DH was supposed to go out with people from his office because someone is leaving but those plans got cancelled....I was supposed to go to Panera with my mom but she got tickets to see Phantom tonight so she cancelled on me....DH just asked me what we are going to have now that our original plans fell though and I just don't know.....but I am hungry already....not good....

LindsayDunn228
03-17-2006, 06:32 AM
WFD tonight?

We are having homemade pizzas tonight with turkey pepperoni, Italian sausage, black olives, and mushrooms.

What are you having??

Marseeya
03-17-2006, 06:33 AM
I'd kind of like to go find a fish fry somewhere (that's the best part of Lent for me :teeth: ).

stacy347
03-17-2006, 06:48 AM
I'm making a mashed potato-stuffed meatloaf ~ new recipe, hope it's good. ;)

Since the potatoes are inside, I'm trying to think of a different side dish but all I can come up with so far is some sort of salad so I'll have to think about that for awhile.

LindsayDunn228
03-17-2006, 06:50 AM
I'm making a mashed potato-stuffed meatloaf ~ new recipe, hope it's good. ;)


If you enjoy it please post a recipe. It certainly sounds good to me :)

liamsaunt
03-17-2006, 08:36 AM
Well, first I have to say that I did not end up making what I said I was going to make for dinner last night, because DH decided he did not want to watch the movie. Instead we had a spinach souffle, salad, and baguette.

Tonight I am making fried haddock and chips with malt vinegar. I have to think of a vegetable to go with.

BabyTigger99
03-17-2006, 08:50 AM
Tonight it is homemade sloppy joe pizza! Yumm-o!

Nancyg56
03-17-2006, 08:50 AM
When it's Friday during Lent, I crave food that my Mom had when we were kids, so tonite we are having fishsticks and fries along with corn. I know, I know... but I don't want no healthy food when I am feeling nostalgic. :goodvibes

LindsayDunn228
03-18-2006, 07:31 AM
WFD tonight? :)

We are going out with a group of friends. We are wanting to go to Shogun (hibachi restaurant). It's awesome but you can only afford it if you go at lunch and we are having trouble getting everyone together. Oh well.

What are you having tonight?

bengalbelle
03-18-2006, 09:24 AM
shrimp lime tortillas :)

stacy347
03-18-2006, 09:46 AM
If you enjoy it please post a recipe. It certainly sounds good to me :)

Lindsay, the meatloaf was pretty good but one thing I didn't like was that the potato layer in the middle absorbed quite a bit of the grease...next time I will use strictly ground sirloin and hope that does the trick.
Basically it is just your standard meatloaf recipe (1.5 lbs. ground beef, 1 egg, about 1/4 - 1/2 cup breadcrumbs, 1/4 cup milk), separate the meat into 2 portions, press first layer into loaf pan and then add a layer of prepared mashed potatoes mixed with some shredded cheese (I used about 1.5 cups of this mixture), then top with the rest of the meat mixture.
On the top pour on a mixture of 1/4 ketchup and 1/4 cup maple flavored syrup.
Bake at 350 degrees for about 60-70 minutes. :)

Today we are firing up the grill and having some BBQ chicken, baked potatoes and salads :sunny:

aprilgail2
03-18-2006, 09:46 AM
Tonight is another eat out day for us...yesterday we ate at Applebees so tonight it will be someplace else..don't know where yet...as we are driving around doing what we have to today we will eventually p[*** a place and either my daughter or I will say "lets eat there'....so thats where we will eat LOL

Marseeya
03-18-2006, 09:51 AM
WFD tonight? :)

We are going out with a group of friends. We are wanting to go to Shogun (hibachi restaurant). It's awesome but you can only afford it if you go at lunch and we are having trouble getting everyone together. Oh well.

What are you having tonight?

Um, Hibachi Japan. :blush:

We're the same way. We wanted to go there for lunch today to make it affordable enough so we could see a movie afterwards, but my niece is having a b-day party this afternoon. Now we'll have to choose between the movie and Hibachi.

I'm leaning towards Hibachi.

Zandy595
03-18-2006, 01:00 PM
BBQ chicken leg quarters. DS10's favorite. It's kind of a lot of work, that's why I only do it on weekends.

I trim the fat off the chicken, sprinkle with garlic salt and season salt and let them sit until the grill gets hot. I only grill them until the skin is nice and brown, then I put them in a 9x13 pan, skin side up and paint them with Tony Roma's Carolina Honey BBQ sauce. Bake in a 350° oven for 30 minutes. Sooooo good!!!

liamsaunt
03-18-2006, 01:30 PM
We are having friends over for dinner tonight. I am roasting a big fat chicken stuffed with lemons and thyme, and making gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, carmelized butternut squash, and buttered green beans with almonds. I am leaving the wine choice up to DH.

LindsayDunn228
03-19-2006, 08:19 AM
Morning all!! What are you having for dinner tonight?? We are having a garlic-dill salmon I found a recipe for in Every Day with Rachael Ray. I can't wait to try it!!! We are having some kind of parmesan Rice-a-Roni noodle thing with it :)

What are you having?? :)

For anyone who cares, here's the recipe:

3 garlic cloves, finely chopped
3/4 cup fresh orange juice
2 tsp. fresh lemon juice
1 tbs. chopped fresh dill
4 salmon fillets (about 1 3/4 lb. total)

In a medium baking dish, combine first 4 ingredients. Place the salmon, skin side up, in the marinade and refrigereate for up to 3 hours. Preheat oven to 375. Discard half of marinade and bake the fish in remaining marinade and bake for 15 minutes or until fish is done.

stacy347
03-19-2006, 08:32 AM
We are having a homemade chicken pot-pie today :)
(Well, the crust is premade, LOL ~ I make terrible pie crusts!)

nucpharm29
03-19-2006, 08:33 AM
EEEKKK! I'm supposed to have figured this out by now?!?!? I thought Sundays were for relaxing! :teeth: I suppose something with Italian sausage and pasta--maybe a little garlic toast!

LindsayDunn228
03-19-2006, 08:38 AM
We are having a homemade chicken pot-pie today :)
(Well, the crust is premade, LOL ~ I make terrible pie crusts!)

Recipe pretty please!!!! :)

stacy347
03-19-2006, 08:58 AM
Chicken pot-pie recipe:

1 (top and bottom) pie crust ~ Pillsbury works for me ;)
1 lb. boneless chicken, cut into 1-in. cubes
1 small onion, diced
1 Tablespoon butter
1 C. chicken broth
3/4 C. peeled, chopped potato
1/2 tsp. parsley
1/4 tsp. rosemary
2 Tablespoons cornstarch
2 Tablespoons water
1 can (10.75 oz) cream of mushroom soup
1/2 C. sour cream
3/4 C. shredded cheddar cheese
1 egg-yolk, lightly beaten
1 Tablespoon milk

Cook chicken and onion in butter over medium-high heat, for about 5 minutes.
Stir in broth, potato, parsley and rosemary. Bring to a boil, cover and reduce heat and simmer for 15 minutes.

Combine corn starch and water, stirring until blended; add to chicken mixture. Cook over medium heat, stirring until mixture comes to a boil. Remove from heat; stir in soup, sour cream and cheese.

Spoon mixture into bottom crust. Place top crust over the mixture, seal and flute the edges. Cut slits in top crust.

Combine egg yolk and milk; brush over top crust.
Bake at 400 degrees for 30 minutes (until golden).

*My sister adds a bag of frozen mixed vegetables to her chicken mixture while cooking it...we are not fond of those but it's an easy addition for those who would like that.

**oops, forgot to say that this makes enough filling to bake your pie in a 2-quart casserole dish...otherwise, what I usually do is split it up between 2 pies...the mixture freezes well.**

This is not your typical pot-pie...it is very rich and creamy!! Enjoy :sunny:

Nancyg56
03-19-2006, 12:24 PM
I'm having parmesan pork chops, mashed potatoes, gravy, green salad and some kind of vegetable. I have a sour cream chocolate cake in the oven.

nucpharm29
03-19-2006, 04:25 PM
stacy347--thanks for the recipe--going to actually try it tonight--only thing I needed to get was the pie crust-- it's sounds so yummy, so much for italian sausage and pasta!

liamsaunt
03-19-2006, 05:29 PM
Sundays are always a big group meal, and early, at my house, and today we had a big pasta dinner at request of my BIL, who is home on leave from Iraq. So, rigatoni with choice of homemade tomato sauce or garlic, lemon zest, and olive oil, pork sausage, both hot and sweet, roasted garlic chicken sausage for those who don't eat pork, meatballs made by MomMom, garlic bread topped with mozzarella, arugula salad with cukes, tomatoes, and sweet onions. BIL ate all the salad, I guess fresh greens are not so common in "Camp Dirt." (his code name for where he is, not mine!) :)

Mermaid02
03-19-2006, 05:42 PM
Tonight's dinner is :
ham (left over from last night)
garlic mashed potatoes
whole green beans (I love these, can eat the whole bag myself!)

LindsayDunn228
03-20-2006, 06:30 AM
Morning!! Welcome the first day of spring!! :sunny: It's supposed to rain here today. :umbrella:

Tonight we are having homemade meatloaf and cheesy garlic smashed potatoes. Mmmmmm, comfort food :)

What are you having tonight?

stacy347
03-20-2006, 06:38 AM
Spaghetti and garlic bread sticks :sunny:

LindsayDunn228
03-20-2006, 06:40 AM
Spaghetti and garlic bread sticks :sunny:

Mmmmmmmmmmmm! Another of my fave comfort foods :)

Marseeya
03-20-2006, 06:47 AM
How about your meatloaf recipe? Mine's pretty simple. Two pounds ground beef, 1 egg, a cup of quaker oatmeal, a big handful of onion/celery/green pepper mixture, a big dash of worcestershire sauce and salt & pepper.

I'm in the mood for some kind of pasta tonight. Maybe spaghetti in meat sauce or possibly some ravioli (frozen kind).

Nancyg56
03-20-2006, 06:50 AM
I think I will make stuffed peppers this evening. I bought some pretty red peppers Saturday, and want to use them. I use ground turkey because my DD will not eat any red meat. I'll probably make some mashed potatoes and a vegetable along with a cucumber and onion salad.

LindsayDunn228
03-20-2006, 07:23 AM
My meatloaf recipe usually vaires, but here's a pretty close recipe:

1 lb. ground beef or turkey (1 lb. will take care of me and hubby for 2 meals)
1/2 onion, chopped
1/4 green/red pepper, chopped
Couple of tablespoons of tomato sauce (about 1/2 of a small can)
1 egg
A good shake of bread crumbs
1-2 garlic cloves, finely chopped
Some herbs like fresh parsley

I think that's all I put in there :)

Mix and bake in a loaf pan for about 45-1 hour.

nucpharm29
03-20-2006, 08:40 AM
Morning--I think I'm going to make "chicken curry in a hurry"--from Rachel Ray's 365 no repeats! DH loves curry!

Marseeya
03-20-2006, 08:46 AM
Morning--I think I'm going to make "chicken curry in a hurry"--from Rachel Ray's 365 no repeats! DH loves curry!

Ooh, I definitely want THAT recipe! I love curry!

Lindsay, I'll give you my mother's meatloaf recipe:

2 lbs ground beef
salt & pepper

Form into big glob and top with ketchup.

Bake at 350 until you're certain that every last ounce of moisture has been cooked out of the glob.

Mmm mmm good! That's good eatin! :lmao:

nucpharm29
03-20-2006, 09:00 AM
From Rachael Ray's 365 no repeats #226
1 cup white rice (I'm going to use Jasmine rice)
2 tbsp veggie oil
1 med-size sweet potato, peeled, cut in half lengthwise, then thinly sliced into half moons
salt and pepper
1 rounded tbsp of mild curry paste or 2 tbsp curry powder
2 pounds chicken tenders, bite size chunks (I never use the whole 2 lbs--way too much food for our small family)
1 large yellow onion, thinly sliced
1 red bell pepper, cored, seeded, and thinly sliced
1 tbsp flour
2 1/2 cups chicken stock
1/2 cup heavy cream or half-and-half
1/4 cup prepared mango chutney ( I like Pataks Hot Mango Chutney--DH like it hot!)
1 10-ounce box frozen peas
1/4 cup fresh cilantro leaves

Heat 2 cups of water (instead of water I like to use another recipe of hers that calls for mostly chicken broth and a little coconut milk) to a boil in a pot, then add the rice, stir, and return to a simmer. Reduce the heat to medium low and cook for 18 min. or until tender

Preheat a large, deep skillet over med-high heat with the veggie oil. Add the sweet potatoes to the skillet, season with salt, pepper, and curry and cook, stirring frequently, for 3-4 min or until lightly browned. Scoot the potatoes over to one side of the pan and add the chicken, season with salt and pepper, cook, browning for 3 min. Add the onions and bell peppers and toss to combine. Add the flour and continue to cook for 1 min. Add the chicken stock, cream and chutney, bring to a simmer and cook for 10min or so until the chicken and potatoes oare coooked through and sauce has thickened.

Add the peas and cilantro and simmer for 1 min more. Serve over rice

Enjoy!

Oh, and stacy 347 the pot pie recipe was a big hit last night for dinner! Thanks again for the recipe!

Marseeya
03-20-2006, 09:03 AM
Hey Lindsay, are you starting your job today???

Let us know how it goes!

LindsayDunn228
03-21-2006, 06:34 AM
We are having leftover meatloaf and mashed potatoes :)

What are you having for dinner this evening??

ETA: Does anyone want this thread to go away? My computer was down yesterday and I couldn't DIS until late last night and I noticed there was another WFD thread already started. Do you guys want me to 86 this one and just let whoever do a daily one??

Marseeya
03-21-2006, 06:36 AM
We are having leftover meatloaf and mashed potatoes :)

What are you having for dinner this evening??

ETA: Does anyone want this thread to go away? My computer was down yesterday and I couldn't DIS until late last night and I noticed there was another WFD thread already started. Do you guys want me to 86 this one and just let whoever do a daily one??

No way! I like having this one where the recipes are in one place and we know where to find it. :thumbsup2

LindsayDunn228
03-21-2006, 06:40 AM
Oh BTW, I haven't started my job yet. I am going to work out today and will probably find out then :) I can't wait!!!

Glad you like the recipe finder. I hoped it would make things easier on folks :)

Nancyg56
03-21-2006, 06:54 AM
Please leave this thread open. I enjoy seeing other dinner menus, because I admit that sometimes it seems as though I cook the same things ove and over.

I think that we are having leftovers this evening: pork chops and stuffed peppers. We have two local teams playing tonite, and I want to see the Hawks tipoff.

LindsayDunn228
03-21-2006, 07:13 AM
Thanks for the feedback :)

nucpharm29
03-21-2006, 07:51 AM
Another vote to keep this thread open! We're either having cider vinegar chicken (another Rachael Ray) or Sausage and Bean ragout (fancy name for Italian sausage and pasta)

stacy347
03-21-2006, 07:59 AM
We are having breaded fish fillets, seasoned rice and sweet corn :sunny:

LindsayDunn228
03-21-2006, 10:31 AM
Bump :cool1:

LindsayDunn228
03-21-2006, 02:24 PM
Bump for the afternoon folks :)

liamsaunt
03-21-2006, 02:36 PM
Tonight I think I am going to make pressed paninis with some of the leftover roast chicken from the other day, sweet onions, arugula, mustard, and cheddar. And...I think I will serve them with tater tots! Don't tell anyone! :)

Minnesota!
03-21-2006, 02:52 PM
Tonight is a busy night, so it will be frozen pizza and a green salad. DS will have some veggie with his pizza, as well..

MinnieM21
03-21-2006, 02:57 PM
I won't be getting home until really late tonight and I'm not hungry. I'm just going to have a cappuccino from Seattle's Best Coffee. YUM! I know I'm so exciting.... :)

ckmommy
03-21-2006, 03:43 PM
We are having Bacon Avacado Quesdillas.

ahutton
03-21-2006, 04:04 PM
I'm working at home today. I took a bag of frozen meatballs and put them in the crockpot this morning with a bunch of sauce. DH and I will have meatball subs, the kids can pick between subs or spaghetti with meatballs! Easy, and wow does the house smell good.

stacy347
03-21-2006, 04:54 PM
We are having Bacon Avacado Quesdillas.

That sounds sooo good!! Do you use a quesadilla maker? I've been thinking about getting one because my girls LOVE those things! :sunny:

bigmerle1966
03-21-2006, 05:04 PM
Going out tonight but last night I had Shrimp and Spinach with Orzo. I sautéed two cloves of garlic in olive oil, then added half of a 6oz. bag of spinach. Once that was wilted I added about a half pound of peeled shrimp. I cooked it until the shrimp were pink then squeezed a whole lemon into it and cooked for a few minutes more. Salt and peppered then served it on orzo pasta. Very good.

LindsayDunn228
03-22-2006, 06:07 AM
Morning :)

So what are you having tonight? We are having breakfast for dinner tonight. We're having my scrambled eggs made with cheddar cheese and Canadian bacon. With it I'm making cinnamon biscuits with honey. I like having breakfast at dinner every now and then.

What are you having??? :)

stacy347
03-22-2006, 06:17 AM
Good morning :sunny:

Well, I have to go to the grocery store today and I still don't know what to make for dinner...right now I'm thinking it will be chili dogs, fries and applesauce (very kid friendly, LOL) ;)

nucpharm29
03-22-2006, 08:21 AM
Tonight I think it's the cider vinegar chicken with salad--if I can find some honey

Nancyg56
03-22-2006, 08:27 AM
Tonight I think it's the cider vinegar chicken with salad--if I can find some honey


Would you mind sharing teh recipe. We eat so much chicken because DD will not eat red meat. I am always looking new ideas.

Nancyg56
03-22-2006, 08:30 AM
I don't know what I am fixing tonite. I am a little irritated with DH today. Last night he insinuated that I spend a little too much time on the computer :confused3 Where did he get that idea????? Anyway, he is only getting a hot supper if I find a recipe that I like ON THE COMPUTER!!!!! :goodvibes

nucpharm29
03-22-2006, 08:53 AM
Another Rachael Ray recipe
#42
3tbsp EVOO
4 6-ounce boneless, skinless chicken breast halves
coarse black pepper
2 med yellow onions, thinly sliced
2 tbsp fresh thyme leaves, chopped
3 tbsp honey
3 large garlic cloves, chopped
1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
2 cups chicken stock

Preheat a large skillet over med-high heat. Add 2 tbsp of EVOO. Season the chicken with salt and pepper and add to the hot skillet. Brown the chicken on both sides, 3 min per side. Remove and reserve the meat, covered with foil. Add another tbps of EVOO, the onions, thyme, honey, and the garlic. Season the onioins with salt and pepper and cook, stirring frequently for 7-8 min. YOu want the onions to get really brown and caramelized. Add 1/2 cup cider vinegar and the stock. Turn up the heat and bring the liquids to a simmer. Once at a simmer return the chicken to the skillet. Cook the chicken in the sauce for a bout 10 minutes, flipping the chicken over halfway through the cooking time. Server with potatoes and salad

Nancyg56
03-22-2006, 09:09 AM
Thanks for the recipe! Rachel Ray is a favorite recipe source of mine too. I'm not sure if this yummy looking dish is going to save DH from fried egg sandwiches on whole grain toast though. :goodvibes

liamsaunt
03-22-2006, 10:33 AM
Tonight I am making chicken soup with cavatelli and carrots, and popovers. I am still trying to use up the rest of that darned roast chicken. I think after tonight the rest of it is going in the freezer.

Zandy595
03-22-2006, 10:33 AM
We have cub scouts at 6pm. I'm going to make a pot of chili this afternoon so we can eat early. Maybe I'll heat up some corn and throw together a salad to go with it.

tinknme
03-22-2006, 10:45 AM
I'm cheating tonight :) Dh & I will be eating out :teeth:

LindsayDunn228
03-22-2006, 05:45 PM
Bump :)

bigmerle1966
03-22-2006, 06:36 PM
Creamy Rice, chicken and spinach. Will post a recipe if it turns out good.

LindsayDunn228
03-23-2006, 06:13 AM
I'm off to my new job this morning! EEK! I'm a little nervous!!!

Tonight I decided to have an easy dinner, just in case I am tired from working (from being excited and nervous, not from overwork, hee hee). We are having meatball sandwiches with sauteed mushrooms and green peppers on top. We are also having steak fries.

WFD at your house??

stacy347
03-23-2006, 06:26 AM
Lindsay, have a great first day!! :goodvibes

I'll toss a steak on the grill for DH this afternoon and then the kids and I are going to Chuck E Cheese :scared: :eek: That place freaks me out, LOL so we only go about once a year normally ~ maybe it won't be so bad now that my kids are older.

smilie
03-23-2006, 07:19 AM
Tonight we're having chicken enchiladas and rice. I took out ground turkey to make chili and DH made a face and suggested enchiladas. :rolleyes:

Marseeya
03-23-2006, 07:58 AM
Good luck, Lindsay! Let us know how your first day went. :sunny:

We're having leftover rigatoni tonight.

Nancyg56
03-23-2006, 07:59 AM
Good luck on your first day, Lindsay! :wizard:

Tonite I am making a polynesian chicken over rice. DD has a luau themed pot luck so I want to see if it is good before she makes it for her coworkers.

nucpharm29
03-23-2006, 08:44 AM
Good luck with your new job, lindsay! :goodvibes
I took out some ground turkey to defrost, so we'll see what happens with that. I'm out of ideas at the moment! :confused3

Marseeya
03-23-2006, 05:01 PM
:wave2:

How did your first day go, Lindsay?


My dinner plans have been screwed up and I'm mad! :mad: I made extra rigatoni last night and put two servings each in Ziplock containers. DH ate a whole container full last night before he came to bed, and he took another container to work! :furious: I don't have time to make dinner because I'm overloaded with schoolwork.

Any ideas besides making DH cook?

tinknme
03-23-2006, 05:24 PM
I have chicken in the slow cooker & we will have mashed potatos with gravy & a vegetable.

bigmerle1966
03-23-2006, 05:30 PM
:wave2:

How did your first day go, Lindsay?


My dinner plans have been screwed up and I'm mad! :mad: I made extra rigatoni last night and put two servings each in Ziplock containers. DH ate a whole container full last night before he came to bed, and he took another container to work! :furious: I don't have time to make dinner because I'm overloaded with schoolwork.

Any ideas besides making DH cook?

Call the pizza man, if you can.

I am having Greek Chicken livers and tater tot casserole (not the Dugger's recipe).

The chicken I had last night turned out really good, I had the leftovers for lunch today. Here is a link, I got it from the Kraft Foods web site.

http://www.kraftfoods.com/main.aspx?s=recipe&m=recipe/knet_recipe_display&wf=9&recipe_id=90961

Marseeya
03-23-2006, 06:01 PM
Ooh, that creamy chicken dinner looks good! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

When I told DH he had to make up for dinner, he said he'd take us to our favorite deli. Okay, it's the only "real" deli in this town, but it's still really good. :teeth:

LindsayDunn228
03-24-2006, 06:50 AM
Morning all!!! My first day was awesome! I think this is something I am really going to enjoy. I was very nervous and had a headache most of the morning (typical when I am nervous), but everything went great!! :) Planning an easy dinner last night was a great call. My head was pounding so hard I was in no mood to try something new, so I am making it tonight.

We are having page 50 in the Rachael Ray365: No Repeats cookbook. It's Jumbo Chicken, Spinach, and Herb burgers. I haven't tried it yet so if it's good I will post a recipe.

What are you having?? :)

stacy347
03-24-2006, 06:59 AM
Lindsay ~ that's great about the new job! Sorry about the headache though (I get migraines that are easily triggered by stress so I can totally relate)...hope you'll be much more relaxed now that the "new and unknown" part is over! :goodvibes

As for dinner tonight...it looks like it's going to be drive-thru food ( :sad2: I hate to do it but we have a specialist appt. for DD11, school carnival and piano lessons ~ we will be out all day).

Nancyg56
03-24-2006, 08:21 AM
Glad to hear that your first day wnt so well, Lindsay!

I am not cooking this evening. My DH and I both have Dr appts in the late afternoon. I love the fish sandwiches at Mickey D's, yes I am a fast food junkie, and this is a good excuse to indulge. :goodvibes

nucpharm29
03-24-2006, 08:34 AM
Fridays are usually pizza and movies night here! Have great weekends everybody! TGIF!!! :sunny:

liamsaunt
03-24-2006, 09:48 AM
Tonight we are going out. We have to go down to the North End to pick up some antipasto stuff for a party we are having tomorrow, and then we are going out to eat. Right now I am leaning towards oysters, though I have been craving sushi lately too.

I forgot to post my dinner yesterday. It was eggs baked in ramekins with garlic, rosemary, and thyme, a mixed greens salad with blood oranges and red onions, and crusty bread.

Edit to say that we did not have oysters or sushi. We went out in the North End and had fried calamari, roasted cod and tomatoes with garlic pasta, and a farfalle with salt cod, jumbo shrimp, artichokes and potatoes. Yum, carbs!

kpm76
03-24-2006, 10:15 AM
We're going to a movie tonight so it's going to be a quick dinner. I think just grilled cheese and salad...it's a Friday in Lent so options are limited....

LindsayDunn228
03-24-2006, 03:37 PM
Bump :Pinkbounc

bigmerle1966
03-24-2006, 04:39 PM
Not sure, I am going to my Dsis house in VA tonight. I had Chipotle for lunch today and am still full so I may just wait till I get there and grab something at a drive thru.

Have a good weekend everyone. :wave2:

2bemarried
03-24-2006, 04:50 PM
It's Friday, so we're going out to eat. Tonight we're going to Salsarita's, it's a fresh mexican cantina. I love their nacho's :) :)

NC Belle
03-24-2006, 04:57 PM
It's Friday, so we're going out to eat. Tonight we're going to Salsarita's, it's a fresh mexican cantina. I love their nacho's :) :)

Can you share the address? We just ate lunch at El Señor in Knightdale--- great lunch menu so maybe we will venture a little futher down 64 to check out Salsarita.

tinknme
03-24-2006, 08:38 PM
We are having chili dogs with cheese & fries tonight. I will be going for the rolaids lol

2bemarried
03-24-2006, 08:51 PM
Can you share the address? We just ate lunch at El Señor in Knightdale--- great lunch menu so maybe we will venture a little futher down 64 to check out Salsarita.

Hey NC Belle!! Salsarita's is actually in RTP...well...I classify it as RTP. It's in the Brier Creek Shopping Center off of Glenwood Ave (very close to the Airport exit).

LindsayDunn228
03-25-2006, 07:09 AM
Ahhhhhhhhhhhh, the weekend :)

WFD tonight? Tonight we are going to one of my favorite restaurants for dinner- The Macaroni Grill. MMM!! :)

What are you having?

stacy347
03-25-2006, 07:14 AM
We are grilling some strip steaks and having potato wedges and sweet corn on the side :sunny:

Ranatra
03-25-2006, 07:27 AM
Chicken Marsala with rice and fresh aspargus at home.

nucpharm29
03-25-2006, 07:53 AM
Not sure yet--have to fix something,though--DH is starting night shifts tonight so he'll need something before he goes in--that also means dinner needs to be ready around 4:30!

liamsaunt
03-25-2006, 10:24 AM
Tonight we are doing a huge antipasto meal. BIL, Dsis and the kids are staying over our place tonight, and we are also eating with my parents and a good friend. We are having a cheese plate, salumi, arancini (fried risotto balls with cheese inside), bruschetta, fritatta, olives, a roast vegetable plate with artichokes, onions, eggplant, and mushrooms, a white bean salad, arugula salad with walnuts and parmesean, and maybe a few other things if I am feeling ambitious. I guess I should get off the DIS and start cooking!! :)

Edit to add: and chianti, of course!

LindsayDunn228
03-26-2006, 07:19 AM
Morning! It's a bitter 27 degrees here this morning :cold:

I am making my husband's numer 3 favorite :) It's a Rachael Ray recipe. It's Spaghetti and Meatball Stoup (I keep the "stoup" in there because it really is thicker than soup, thinner that stew). I am serving it with garlic bread. Here's the recipe:

1 carrot, diced
1 medium yellow onion, chopped
3 garlic cloves, chopped
1 (14 oz.). and 1 (8 oz.) can of tomato sauce
3 cups chicken stock
1 package portobellini mushrooms, thinly sliced
1 pound ground beef or turkey
½ cup Italian bread crumbs
½ cup grated cheese
1 large egg, beaten
2 T. chopped parsley leaves
½ lb. spaghetti, broken in half
1 cup basil, torn or shredded


1. Combine beef/turkey, cheese, bread crumbs, egg and parsley. Roll into 1½ inch balls. Set aside.


2. Heat a medium soup pot over medium heat. Add EVOO. Sauté carrots, onion, garlic, and mushrooms for 5 minutes. Add tomato sauce and stock and cover pot. Turn up heat and bring to a fast boil. Cook for about 5 minutes.


3. Remove lid and slide meatballs in soup. Bring back to a boil and add noodles. Reduce the heat and simmer soup for 10 minutes or until meatballs are done and spaghetti is tender. Stir in basil and remove from stove. Serve with bread and cheese.

***SOOOO sorry about the weird size and font. Computer is acting strange this morning***

Marseeya
03-26-2006, 07:26 AM
I'm either going to make creamed chicken over biscuits or my creamy chicken curry. I'm in the mood for something creamy. :)

stacy347
03-26-2006, 08:18 AM
BBQ pork chops, rosemary roasted potatoes and string beans :sunny:

Nancyg56
03-26-2006, 08:30 AM
Lindsay, I also love Rachel's stoup. I think I am going to have ham steaks with some roasted sweet potatoes. I am going to try my hand with some 7 grain whole wheat bread and honey butter. Now this is going to be a trial run, because my yeast defeats along with my pie crust frisbees are legendary in the family. :goodvibes

nucpharm29
03-26-2006, 09:06 AM
Right now I think it going to be some kind of pasta and garlic bread!

LindsayDunn228
03-26-2006, 04:09 PM
Bumping because it's almost dinnertime! :)

liamsaunt
03-26-2006, 04:25 PM
We ate already--dinner is early on Sundays. I tried to replicate the cod dish we had out on Friday, so we had oven roasted cod and tomatoes with olives, and garlic pasta, arugula salad with walnuts and parmesean, and crusty bread with rosemary dipping oil. The pasta was a little too oily (I think I should have added some stock to the sauce) but otherwise it was allright. Maybe the fish could have used a minute less in the oven.

Lindsay, your stoup sounds tasty. I might make it this week. Questions: How many servings do you get from that recipe? Is the tomato sauce you mention seasoned like spaghetti sauce would be, is it or just the plain pureed tomatoes from the canned aisle? Also, what's your garlic bread recipe? I have been having pretty consistent failures on the garlic bread front lately. Thanks.

NC Belle
03-26-2006, 05:05 PM
Hey NC Belle!! Salsarita's is actually in RTP...well...I classify it as RTP. It's in the Brier Creek Shopping Center off of Glenwood Ave (very close to the Airport exit).

Thanks. NC Beast works about 15 minutes away from Brier Creek.

NC Belle
03-26-2006, 05:21 PM
Oops---double post

Nancyg56
03-26-2006, 06:21 PM
Well, our dinner menu changed. I made the bread, but we are having leftover chicken and pasta and garlic bread. We had a lot of chicken from the other evening, and DD brought home pasta from their dinner last night.

LindsayDunn228
03-26-2006, 06:37 PM
Lindsay, your stoup sounds tasty. I might make it this week. Questions: How many servings do you get from that recipe? Is the tomato sauce you mention seasoned like spaghetti sauce would be, is it or just the plain pureed tomatoes from the canned aisle? Also, what's your garlic bread recipe? I have been having pretty consistent failures on the garlic bread front lately. Thanks.

My husband and I can get 2 meals out of the recipe. I'm sure you are twirk the recipe and have it make more than this after you've tried it a few times.

I use plain old tomato sauce, Hunt's tomato sauce (http://www.hunts.com/gateway?waf.action=Hunts&page_name=P04ProductDetail&productID=601&mnav=products). No frills, no thrills :)

The garlic bread is courtesy of Bi-Lo :)

bengalbelle
03-26-2006, 07:24 PM
It seems like most of you are making pretty elaborate meals every night. I'm guessing you like to cook (I hate it). How long does it take you to make dinner each night on average?

LindsayDunn228
03-26-2006, 08:12 PM
Begabelle, the recipe I posted for today took me about 45 minutes from start to finish. Not long at all. I love to cook so I have had a lot of practice making things work for me :) I refuse to spend 2 hours over the stove though.

LindsayDunn228
03-27-2006, 06:18 AM
Good morning!!! :)

WFD tonight? We are having leftover spaghetti and meatball stoup. Mmm mmm mmm!! It's even better the next day :)

What are you having tonight?

stacy347
03-27-2006, 06:40 AM
Cheeseburger pie for dinner ~ fresh fruit on the side :sunny:

Nancyg56
03-27-2006, 06:44 AM
We are having the ham steaks and roasted sweet potatoes that I didn't cok last night.

Marseeya
03-27-2006, 06:47 AM
Something quick and easy unless DH cooks. I have class on Monday nights.

nucpharm29
03-27-2006, 08:13 AM
don't know yet--I've defrosted some boneless skinless chicken thighs, so I think I'll check out my weight watchers cookbook for an idea

bigmerle1966
03-27-2006, 09:05 AM
Not sure what's for dinner at my house. My cousin has come to stay with us and my mother has chicken thawing. I'm sure that for the next three weeks while he is here (he is doing renovations for several people in our area) I will be eating nice fatty, not so good for you meals. My mothers idea of vegetables is mashed potatoes out of a box and Stoufers spinich soufle. :sad2:

DisneyAddict_M
03-27-2006, 09:14 AM
I'm thinking pasta with shrimp and veggies.

smilie
03-27-2006, 10:00 AM
Tonight is going to be barbecue chicken, scalloped potatoes and green beans. Easy dinner for a Monday night. :thumbsup2

LaurieG
03-27-2006, 10:13 AM
Another vote for easy Monday night dinners. I LOVE to cook and bake but after working all weekend I am whipped! I put a pot roast and veggies in the crock pot this am before I left for work. Dinners Done! :thumbsup2

liamsaunt
03-27-2006, 10:48 AM
I bought too much cod for yesterday's dinner, so tonight I am taking the rest of it and making fish cakes. I'll serve it with a tartar sauce spiced up with cajun seasoning. I am not sure about the side dishes yet.

2bemarried
03-27-2006, 11:16 AM
I'm making spaghetti tonight. The ground bison is defrosting right now. When I get home this evening I'll brown it, toss in the "fire roasted tomato and garlic" sauce and pour it over either penne or bowtie pasta. I HATE to cook...but I like to feed my husband good meals :)

Zandy595
03-27-2006, 11:27 AM
Publix has boneless, skinless chicken breasts on sale for $1.99/lb so I'm making bourbon chicken over white rice and broccoli. We'll be eating a lot of chicken this week. ;)

2bemarried
03-27-2006, 11:32 AM
Publix has boneless, skinless chicken breasts on sale for $1.99/lb so I'm making bourbon chicken over white rice and broccoli. We'll be eating a lot of chicken this week. ;)

May I ask how you make your bourbon chicken? The only time I've eaten it has been at the mall :blush: I really like it and I think DH would like it as well.

Zandy595
03-27-2006, 12:09 PM
May I ask how you make your bourbon chicken? The only time I've eaten it has been at the mall :blush: I really like it and I think DH would like it as well.DH asked me if I could make it at home because he liked it so much at the mall foodcourt. It took me a while to find a good recipe. Believe it or not there is no bourbon in it. The recipes I tried that did have it in were awful.

1/4 tsp. powdered ginger
1/2 c. apple juice
1/4 c. brown sugar
2 Tbsp. ketchup
1 Tbsp. cider vinegar
1/2 c. water
1/4 c. soy sauce
*Optional 1/2 tsp crushed red pepper flakes (I leave this out completely)
2-3 Tbsp. olive oil
3 or 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into 1 inch cubes
garlic salt
1 clove garlic, minced
1 Tbsp. corn starch
2 Tbsp. water



Heat oil in a large skillet. Sprinkle chicken with garlic salt and lightly brown. It doesn't have to be completely cooked at this point. Remove chicken from pan and cover to keep warm. Add garlic to pan, saute for 2 minutes. Then add ginger, apple juice, brown sugar, ketchup, vinegar, water, soy sauce, and red pepper. Whisk together and bring to a boil, lower heat to simmer. Add chicken and any juices that have accumulated. Stir to coat chicken. In a small bowl mix corn starch and water, add to chicken and stir until sauce has thickened. Serve over rice.

I find it easier to mix the ginger, apple juice, brown sugar, ketchup, vinegar, water, and soy sauce in a small bowl before I cook the chicken. Then I can just dump it all in at once.

This is a revised recipe. The original recipe called for less apple juice, more sugar and more soy sauce. I found that it was too sweet and too salty for us. I added the garlic salt because I thought the chicken needed a little more flavor. Play around with the recipe and adjust it to your taste.

I hope you and your DH like it. :sunny:

2bemarried
03-27-2006, 01:33 PM
DH asked me if I could make it at home because he liked it so much at the mall foodcourt. It took me a while to find a good recipe. Believe it or not there is no bourbon in it. The recipes I tried that did have it in were awful.

1/4 tsp. powdered ginger
1/2 c. apple juice
1/4 c. brown sugar
2 Tbsp. ketchup
1 Tbsp. cider vinegar
1/2 c. water
1/4 c. soy sauce
*Optional 1/2 tsp crushed red pepper flakes (I leave this out completely)
2-3 Tbsp. olive oil
3 or 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into 1 inch cubes
garlic salt
1 clove garlic, minced
1 Tbsp. corn starch
2 Tbsp. water



Heat oil in a large skillet. Sprinkle chicken with garlic salt and lightly brown. It doesn't have to be completely cooked at this point. Remove chicken from pan and cover to keep warm. Add garlic to pan, saute for 2 minutes. Then add ginger, apple juice, brown sugar, ketchup, vinegar, water, soy sauce, and red pepper. Whisk together and bring to a boil, lower heat to simmer. Add chicken and any juices that have accumulated. Stir to coat chicken. In a small bowl mix corn starch and water, add to chicken and stir until sauce has thickened. Serve over rice.

I find it easier to mix the ginger, apple juice, brown sugar, ketchup, vinegar, water, and soy sauce in a small bowl before I cook the chicken. Then I can just dump it all in at once.

This is a revised recipe. The original recipe called for less apple juice, more sugar and more soy sauce. I found that it was too sweet and too salty for us. I added the garlic salt because I thought the chicken needed a little more flavor. Play around with the recipe and adjust it to your taste.

I hope you and your DH like it. :sunny:

:thumbsup2 Thank You!!! I'm going to try this on a Saturday or Sunday when I can take my time and get it right :)

LindsayDunn228
03-27-2006, 03:53 PM
Bump :)

bengalbelle
03-27-2006, 04:53 PM
We ate already--dinner is early on Sundays. I tried to replicate the cod dish we had out on Friday, so we had oven roasted cod and tomatoes with olives, and garlic pasta, arugula salad with walnuts and parmesean, and crusty bread with rosemary dipping oil. The pasta was a little too oily (I think I should have added some stock to the sauce) but otherwise it was allright. Maybe the fish could have used a minute less in the oven.


Will you post your recipes?

Lindsay I'll be trying your stoup within the next few nights. I'll let you know how it goes.

Tonight we're having chicken patty melts with waffle fries and probably fruit for dessert.

LindsayDunn228
03-27-2006, 04:57 PM
Benga, hey I forgot to tell you. I substituted mushrooms in the recipe for celery. You can use any kind, I prefer the portobellinis (mini-ports). Or you can chop up 2 celery stalks instead.

If you have any questions, feel free to PM me :)

bengalbelle
03-27-2006, 04:59 PM
Begabelle, the recipe I posted for today took me about 45 minutes from start to finish. Not long at all. I love to cook so I have had a lot of practice making things work for me :) I refuse to spend 2 hours over the stove though.
I think 45 minutes is reasonable. I also think I should be able to clean up in 15 minutes, so anything too messy is not likely to get tried around here again. I just don't have the patience for much more than that.

On the other hand, I'll spend hours baking and make a huge mess and it doesn't seem to bother me :confused3

Anyway, now that my morning sickness (which should really be called all day sickness) is gone I'm trying to get back in the habit of cooking. Y'all keep the ideas coming :goodvibes . I'm looking for things that are different than what we normally cook.

nucpharm29
03-27-2006, 06:15 PM
zandy595--thanks for the recipe--you saved me from making chicken helper :worship: (my last resort when I have no ideas!) DH loved it! I added the red pepper fo a little kick! Yummy! :thumbsup2

LindsayDunn228
03-28-2006, 06:04 AM
Morning all! I'm off to my second day at my new job. I'm kinda excited. Hopefully I won't have a "stress headache" like I had last week. Oy!

We are having chicken parmesan tonight. It's a simple recipe. I think I got it from the back of a spaghetti jar or something. If anyone wants the recipe I will post it.:)

WFD tonight??

nucpharm29
03-28-2006, 07:43 AM
No clue yet! :confused3 I'm trying to get us ready for a trip to the IL's on thursday for about a week, so dinner's the last thing on my mind right now!

smilie
03-28-2006, 08:11 AM
Something with ground beef. Not sure what though.

Ranatra
03-28-2006, 08:14 AM
Tonight we are having chicken fajitas. One of our favorites

bigmerle1966
03-28-2006, 08:44 AM
Barbequed chicken, roasted potatoes and a green vegetable.

stacy347
03-28-2006, 08:49 AM
Asian beef noodles tonight ~ new recipe and it looks yummy, can't wait! :sunny:

Zandy595
03-28-2006, 10:29 AM
nucpharm29 ~ You're welcome. I think I put a little too much ginger in mine last night. It didn't come out as good as it usually does.

stacy347 ~ Asian beef noodles sounds good. If you like the recipe, will you post it, please?

I have beef stew cooking in the crockpot for dinner tonight. DS10 will probably have a fried chicken Kid Cuisine. He said he'd try the stew, but he probably wouldn't like it. :rolleyes:

Nancyg56
03-28-2006, 10:53 AM
Tequila lime chicken on the grill, some kind of noodle, and vegetable.

2bemarried
03-28-2006, 11:50 AM
We have bible study tonight so we're having meatless chicken sandwiches. **The meatless chicken is frozen patties made by Morning Star** We put them on really nice wheat buns. It's simple and tastes pretty good.

liamsaunt
03-28-2006, 01:22 PM
Well, tonight we could eat last night's dinner if I wanted to. Right before plating evrything up I started to feel totally sick :crazy2:, so I just went to bed with no dinner at all!

However, I think I am going to make pizza instead, and we'll just eat with the TV. We've still got Desperate Housewives on the tivo from Sunday, and of course American Idol is on.

lillygator
03-28-2006, 01:26 PM
I have chili in the crockpot for the family but I plan on eating a salad!

JennyMominRI
03-28-2006, 01:27 PM
I'm making 5 cheese lasagna

liamsaunt
03-28-2006, 01:38 PM
Will you post your recipes? .

The cod dish is easy. I make it two ways, depending on how much time I have, and you can vary the ingredient amounts depending on how many people you are feeding.

Cod Pomodoro weekend way:

Blanch and peel 2 1/2 lbs. of plum tomatoes, scoop out the seeds, and place in large glass roasting dish. Toss with olive oil, salt and pepper and roast in 300 degree oven for 90 minutes, until soft and just starting to carmelize.

Remove the pan and turn oven to 400.

Pour about 1/2 cup white wine and 1/2 cup chicken stock into the roasting pan (you could use all stock if you don't like wine).

Sprinkle over tomatoes about a cup of olives, pitted (I like a mix of kalamata and picholine), about 1 tbsp. capers, and then place cod filets (I get the thick "captains cut" ones) on top of tomato mix. If you like a little heat, add some red pepper flakes.

Season well with salt and pepper, top with butter, sprinkle with herbs (I use a mix of parsely and basil).

Roast until just cooked through, about 10 minutes, and serve on garlic pasta, making sure that everybody gets some of the pan juices.

For the pasta, I just saute some roughly chopped garlic in olive oil until golden, cook some linguini until al dente, and then toss together with enough of the pasta cooking water to make it saucy, season with salt, pepper, and more parsely and basil.

Cod Pomodro the fast way:

If I don't have time for roasting the tomatoes, I just saute about four cloves of garlic in olive oil in a big skillet, then add in and fry the olives, capers, parsely, and red pepper flakes briefly. Add in a 28 oz can of diced tomatoes and their juice (in juice not thick puree), a splash of wine, and a handful of rough chopped basil. I cook this for just a few minutes and then nestle the seasoned cod into the sauce, dot with butter, cover the skillet, and cook over med-low heat until just cooked through, again about 8-10 minutes. Sometimes I add in a little anchovy puree when I make it this way. You can't taste the anchovies specifically, but it gives the sauce more depth.

Muffin
03-28-2006, 02:32 PM
Tonite I am making a polynesian chicken over rice. DD has a luau themed pot luck so I want to see if it is good before she makes it for her coworkers.
I love anything with Polynesian in the name. Was this any good? Would you mind posting the recipe.

Thanks.

stacy347
03-28-2006, 02:36 PM
stacy347 ~ Asian beef noodles sounds good. If you like the recipe, will you post it, please?



I just got done making it and it is really good!! :thumbsup2
OK, here's the link to the original recipe but I made some changes to mine.
http://www.kraftfoods.com/main.aspx?s=recipe&m=recipe/knet_recipe_display&u1=keyword&u2=beef%20noodle%20bowl&u3=**1*3&wf=9&recipe_id=91434

I left out the carrots (I don't like them cooked!) and added baby corn and water chestnuts. I doubled the rest of the recipe since we have a large family (left the amount of broccoli the same since I added 2 other veggies) and I replaced the ginger with red pepper flakes.

It is so tasty ~ best new recipe I've tried in quite awhile! :sunny:

Nancyg56
03-28-2006, 07:40 PM
I love anything with Polynesian in the name. Was this any good? Would you mind posting the recipe.

Thanks.

It was really good. I had a family pac of bone in chicken thighs with skin.

1 can whole berry cranberry sauce
1 bottle french dressing
2 package french onion soup mix

mix all ingredients together in bowl
I roasted the chicken in a high oven foe 20 minutes to get rid of excess fat, and then poured it off. The directins did not call for this step.

Pour the sauce over and bake at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes.
Now for the pot luck, I added the precooked chicken to a crock pot and topped with sauce. My DD said it was so much better that the oven version as the sauce had penetrated the chicken.

LindsayDunn228
03-28-2006, 08:21 PM
Our oven baked chicken parm was delish! I served it with some angel hair pasta. A yummy recipe that was SOOOO easy to fix. Here you go!

4 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves
1 egg, slightly beaten
¾ cup Italian bread crumbs
1 jar (26-28 oz.) Ragu Old World Style
1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese


1. Preheat oven to 400. Dip chicken in egg, then bread crumbs, coating well.


2. In a 9x13 glass baking dish, arrange chicken. Bake uncovered for 20 minutes.


3. Pour Ragu over chicken, then top with cheese. Bake an additional 10 minutes or until chicken is no longer pink. Serve with hot cooked pasta.

LindsayDunn228
03-29-2006, 06:50 AM
Good morning all!! Today is kind of a sad day. My great uncle passed away over the weekend and today is his funeral. It was really a sad thing. He was only in his early 50s and he went so fast. He found out he has cancer and it just spread like a wildfire.

So I decided I would make some comfort food for dinner tonight so I am making Mac and Cheese with Chicken and Broccoli. I saw it made on 30 Minute Meals and it looked so delish. I will post a recipe later. I am on our laptop and don't have access to my recipe right now.

WFD tonight?

nucpharm29
03-29-2006, 08:35 AM
Lindsay--Hugs to you and your family! :grouphug:
Tonight will probably be a pizza night for us--The kids and I are leaving tomorrow morning for the IL's, so don't want to have to clean up much after dinner! Have agreat week or so, since I'll be out of commission until then!

stacy347
03-29-2006, 08:41 AM
Lindsay, I'm so sorry for your loss :rose:
BTW, I saw that episode, too and it did look very good!! I hope you enjoy it :)

Tonight I am trying yet another new recipe (found it right here on the Dis, over on the craft board under the crockpot thread). It is steak rolls stuffed with a spinach mixture...sounded really good.

Marseeya
03-29-2006, 08:46 AM
:grouphug:

I'm so sorry about your great uncle. He was so young.

I don't know what we're having, but I want to make pork chops.

Any ideas?

Poohnatic
03-29-2006, 09:37 AM
Tonight's dinner is one of the meals I made at Dinner Done. It's Honey Rosemary Chicken, with couscous w/peas and carrots. yummy.

This week, I'm supposed to stay off my feet, so I'm glad I have all the meals prepped in the freezer.

Suzanne

tink38
03-29-2006, 09:42 AM
We are having Corky's ribs that I bought at the grocery, Patti LaBelle's over the rainbow macaroni and cheese, and broccoli salad. I think I might make some cornbread, too!

liamsaunt
03-29-2006, 10:20 AM
Lindsay, I am sorry about your uncle.

I'm not cooking tonight. DH has to take clients out for dinner, so I am going to my parents and eating with them.

Nancyg56
03-29-2006, 10:42 AM
Lindsay, I am sorry to hear about your uncle. He was so young. :grouphug: to you and your family.

I don't feel much like cooking today, so I took out 2 of the fat pork chops and found some steaks. I think I will marinate them and toss them on the grill with some kind of side dish.

lillygator
03-29-2006, 10:44 AM
Roast in the crock pot for the family and I'll probably have some of the meat and a small salad.

LindsayDunn228
03-30-2006, 06:24 AM
WFD tonight?? Tonight we are having leftovers from last night. It was really good- Mac and Cheese with Chicken and Broccoli. Here's the recipe:

2 T. EVOO
1 lb. chicken tenders, chopped
Salt and pepper
1 small onion, chopped
1 lb. macaroni elbows
2 ½ cups raw broccoli florets (next time I am adding a lot more- it had the room for more)
3 T. butter
3 T. flour
1 t. paprika
3 cups whole milk
1 cup chicken stock
3 cups yellow sharp cheddar
1 T. prepared Dijon mustard

Heat a medium pan over medium to medium-high heat. Add EVOO and chicken and season with salt and pepper. Saute and couple of minutes and then add onion and cook another 5-7 minutes until onions are tender and chicken is cooked through. Turn off heat and reserve.

To boiling water, add pasta and salt the water. Cook for 5 minutes then add broccoli. Cook until pasta is cooked and broccoli is tender.

While pasta cooks, heat a medium sauce pot over medium heat. Add butter and flour and make a roux. Whisk in milk and stock and raise heat to bring sauce to a quick boil. Simmer until the sauce thickens, about 5 minutes.

Drain macaroni and broccoli. Add back to pot and add chicken to the pasta and broccoli.

Add cheese to milk sauce and stir to melt it in, about 1 minute or so. Stir in mustard and season with salt and pepper. Pour sauce over chicken and broccoli and pasta. Adjust seasonings and serve.

LindsayDunn228
03-30-2006, 06:28 AM
Tonight's dinner is one of the meals I made at Dinner Done. It's Honey Rosemary Chicken, with couscous w/peas and carrots. yummy.


Recipe pretty please! :)

LindsayDunn228
03-30-2006, 08:00 AM
bump :)

Come on you guys! Get cookin'! :)

stacy347
03-30-2006, 09:26 AM
Today is going to be very busy so I think I'll have to grab something pre-made from the grocery store. Maybe a rotisserie chicken and some potato salad :sunny:

Poohnatic
03-30-2006, 09:53 AM
Recipe pretty please! :)


I don't have the recipe in front of me, but it was so easy. The kids RAVED about it, even my picky kid!

1 tblspoons EVOO
1 tblspoon rosemary
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper
4 boneless chicken breasts, trimmed and washed
2 tblspoons honey
1/4 cup brown sugar


in a ziploc bag, put the olive oil, salt, pepper and rosemary. Place chicken in it and coat with mixture. Mix honey and brown sugar and set aside.

Place in pan and bake at 350 (since mine were frozen, it was supposed to be an hour). Five minutes before serving, coat the top of the chicken with the honey mixture and broil on low for five minutes.

The couscous mixture was 1 cup of couscous, a cup of frozen peas and carrots and chicken broth powder(not sure how much). Boiled 1 1/2 cups of water and put it into the couscous and let it sit for 10 minutes. The kids picked out the veggies, but it was good.

DH wants to make the rest of them tonight! That's not happening, because I want the galettes rustica, basically a highbrow pot pie.

Suzanne

LindsayDunn228
03-30-2006, 01:23 PM
I don't have the recipe in front of me, but it was so easy. The kids RAVED about it, even my picky kid!

1 tblspoons EVOO
1 tblspoon rosemary
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper
4 boneless chicken breasts, trimmed and washed
2 tblspoons honey
1/4 cup brown sugar


in a ziploc bag, put the olive oil, salt, pepper and rosemary. Place chicken in it and coat with mixture. Mix honey and brown sugar and set aside.

Place in pan and bake at 350 (since mine were frozen, it was supposed to be an hour). Five minutes before serving, coat the top of the chicken with the honey mixture and broil on low for five minutes.

The couscous mixture was 1 cup of couscous, a cup of frozen peas and carrots and chicken broth powder(not sure how much). Boiled 1 1/2 cups of water and put it into the couscous and let it sit for 10 minutes. The kids picked out the veggies, but it was good.


Oh my!!!! That sounds sooooooooooooooo good!!! :)

Zandy595
03-30-2006, 04:56 PM
Burgers on the grill, baked french fries, canned corn, and baked beans.

bigmerle1966
03-30-2006, 05:10 PM
I have not a clue tonight. My kitchen has been a wreck the last few nights. My cousin is here staying with us doing home renovations. He finally got it done last night and it is really pretty. I think I will just go home and make a pizza, or sleep through dinner I am so tired today.

NC Belle
03-30-2006, 05:41 PM
We are having turkey rice soup---2 versions. The first version is just rice, homemade turkey stock, and turkey. The second version is half of the first version, a big can of the 98% fat free cream of mushroom soup, water, broccoli, and mixed veggies. We are portioning out the soup so that NC Beast can take some for his lunches.


We had steak burritos yesterday.

LindsayDunn228
03-31-2006, 06:36 AM
Morning all! Can you believe tomorrow is April 1?! Where has this year gone?!

Tonight we are going to Subway for dinner. I somehow planned a lot of meals with cheese in them this week and um, uh, I'm starting to feel it. So we decided to go get sandwiches tonight and go get our groceries. :)

So what are you having for dinner tonight? :)

Have a GREAT Friday!!! :)

Ranatra
03-31-2006, 06:49 AM
Tonight will be marinated, grilled, chicken breasts and fresh steamed brussel sprouts and spinach salad. (We're currently cutting out the potatoes, rice and pasta dishes at DH's request)

LindsayDunn228
03-31-2006, 06:50 AM
Ranatra, what are you going to marinate your chicken in?

stacy347
03-31-2006, 08:43 AM
Not cooking again today. The girls and I will eat at the mall in between shopping and DH will have to grab something for himself after work. :sunny:

liamsaunt
03-31-2006, 09:24 AM
Tonight I am making grilled bajun chicken with avocado salsa, fried plantains, and corn sauteed with jalepenos and cumin.

It is so nice out today! Tonight will be the first night we've fired up the grill this year.

JVL1018
03-31-2006, 09:39 AM
We're having chicken parm with angel hair and a salad.
Haven't decided if I'll be good and bake the chicken, or bad(but tastes so much better) and fry the chicken before popping it in the oven with the sauce and cheese..

stacy347
03-31-2006, 09:40 AM
liamsaunt ~ if you get a chance, would you please post what you put in your avocado salsa? TIA! :)

Poohnatic
03-31-2006, 09:41 AM
I'm thinking we're being taken out for dinner tonight. My SIL blogged about all the great food she's been finding in Lakeland and how we'd love it when they take us out. A phone call is in order. Subtle hint on her part? In any case, I'll take her up on it!

Suzanne

LindsayDunn228
04-01-2006, 07:17 AM
Holy crap!! Where did March go?!?! :sunny:

WFD tonight? My BILs b-day is Tuesday and he is in town so we are going to the Macaroni Grill. Locally, it's my favorite restuarant. :)

WFD at your place?

Nancyg56
04-01-2006, 08:25 AM
Just leftovers for us tonite. i promised DH that I would help him in the greenhouse this weekwend if he would just relax for a few evenings. Soooooo I am disinfecting trays and filling them with soil. I think he has enough to grow 150000 plants. :crazy: What was I thinking????????

Zandy595
04-01-2006, 08:51 AM
We're going to DM's house for dinner. She's having a 'happy engagement' dinner for DB and future SIL. I think we'll be having Chicken on the Can. I'm taking a Peanut Butter Cup pie.

stacy347
04-01-2006, 09:01 AM
Today we're going to grill a couple of ribeyes and cook up some corn on the cob (first batch of the season :teeth: ) ~ I'll probably make a batch of cole slaw to go with it.

Muffin
04-01-2006, 10:43 AM
Hors d'oeuvres-we're going to a wedding.

liamsaunt
04-01-2006, 01:09 PM
liamsaunt ~ if you get a chance, would you please post what you put in your avocado salsa? TIA! :)

I make two, one is creamy, and the other is chunky.

Creamy Avocado Salsa:

2 avocados, pitted
6 scallions, chopped
handful of cilantro
2 tbsp red wine vinegar
2 tbsp. olive oil
1 cup sour cream
salt and pepper to taste

Combine everything in a food processor and blend til smooth. Serve chilled.

Chunky Avocado Salsa:

1 avocado, pitted and chopped
1 mango, pitted and chopped
1/2 red onion, finely chopped (soak in ice water for a while if it is really spicy)
1 red chile, seeded and chopped
1 tbsp lime juice
1 tbsp red wine vinegar
2 tbsp olive oil
handful of cilantro, chopped
salt, pepper, and hot sauce to taste.

Combine all ingredients and serve chilled or at room temperature.

JennyMominRI
04-01-2006, 01:10 PM
I'm making home made chicken strips for DS's Birthday party today

liamsaunt
04-01-2006, 01:11 PM
For tonight's dinner, I am grilling salmon with a maple-soy glaze, and serving with green beans with almonds, steamed broccoli, and from scratch macaroni and cheese. DH still isn't feeling great, so hopefully he will be able to eat it.

Muffin
04-01-2006, 01:52 PM
salmon with a maple-soy glaze
This sounds wonderful! Would you please post your recipe. TIA.

Poohnatic
04-01-2006, 03:54 PM
Shrimp Scampi, a crab leg cluster for youngest and creamed spinach.

Youngest wants to know how to cook. Two weeks ago, we made crab cakes. Now he wants to know how to make scampi. He's 6 and I think he's already got plans on opening a restaurant someday!

Suzanne

stacy347
04-01-2006, 10:03 PM
liamsaunt ~ Both recipes sound delicious! Thanks for posting them! :teeth:

LindsayDunn228
04-02-2006, 09:09 AM
We are going to a b-day cookout at my in-laws. My MIL is not the best cook but you really have to try to screw up hamburgers and hot dogs. Know what I mean??

WFD at your place tonight? :)

stacy347
04-02-2006, 09:50 AM
Crockpot chicken and dumplings with baked beans on the side :sunny:

liamsaunt
04-02-2006, 01:10 PM
Popping in briefly as I am about to start grilling! Today for linner we are having a seafood mixed grill--littleneck clams with garlic parsely butter, garlic-rosemary marinated swordfish, and scallops marinated in vidalia onion sauce. I am serving this with oven-roasted asparagus, sugar snap peas sauteed in butter, cornbread, and bourbon and brown sugar whipped sweet potatoes. Everybody's really hungry, so I have to go cook now!

Colleen456
04-02-2006, 05:19 PM
Crockpot chicken and dumplings with baked beans on the side :sunny:

I don't know if I told you this but I made it last week and your nephew loved it. He even liked the peas and carrots I added to it.

Tonight is leftover night. DS and I are going grocery shopping so we need to clear out the fridge first :teeth:

Zandy595
04-02-2006, 05:25 PM
Grilled shrimp, broccoli, and Pasta Roni - White Shells & Cheddar

LindsayDunn228
04-02-2006, 05:28 PM
Crockpot chicken and dumplings with baked beans on the side :sunny:

Recipe pretty please :)

bengalbelle
04-02-2006, 08:03 PM
Popping in briefly as I am about to start grilling! Today for linner we are having a seafood mixed grill--littleneck clams with garlic parsely butter, garlic-rosemary marinated swordfish, and scallops marinated in vidalia onion sauce. I am serving this with oven-roasted asparagus, sugar snap peas sauteed in butter, cornbread, and bourbon and brown sugar whipped sweet potatoes. Everybody's really hungry, so I have to go cook now!
OK, are you really Rachel Ray ;)

bengalbelle
04-02-2006, 08:04 PM
Recipe pretty please :)
I second that!

Tonight is jambalaya. The best part is my mom cooked it and brought it over!

LindsayDunn228
04-03-2006, 06:16 AM
Tonight I am making Veal Ragu with Campanelle :) Here's a copy and paste from foodnetwork.com.

2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, 2 turns of the pan
1 1/4 pounds ground veal
1 carrot, chopped
1 onion, chopped
2 cloves garlic, chopped
1 bay leaf, fresh or dried
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
1/2 cup white wine
1/2 cup beef, chicken or vegetable broth
1 (28-ounce) can crushed tomatoes
12 to 15 leaves fresh basil, torn or shredded, plus extra for garnish
1 pound campanelle pasta, curly small lasagna shapes, cooked to al dente

Grated Parmigiano, plus 1/2 cup plus some for passing at the tableHeat a large deep skillet over medium high heat. Add oil and veal and brown for 2 or 3 minutes. Add carrot, onion, garlic and bay, season with salt and pepper, then cook mixture 4 or 5 minutes more, stirring frequently, to soften veggies and combine flavors. Deglaze the pan with 1/2 cup white wine, scraping up all the good bits from the bottom of the pan. Cook the alcohol out of the wine, 1 or 2 minutes. Add broth to the skillet and reduce heat to medium low. Stir in tomatoes and bring sauce to a bubble. Simmer sauce until ready to serve. Add torn basil and wilt the leaves into the hot sauce. Remove bay leaf from the sauce. Toss hot cooked pasta with 1/2 cup, a couple of handfuls, grated cheese. Combine hot pasta and cheese with the veal ragu in a large serving bowl or platter. Serve with extra cheese for topping. Garnish platter with additional basil tops.

**The only catches are: I can't seem to find ground veal anywhere so I am using ground sirloin; I'm using tomato sauce instead of crushed tomatoes; can't find campanelle anywhere so I am using corksrews.**

WFD tonight??

stacy347
04-03-2006, 06:52 AM
Lindsay, that sounds delicious! Unfortunately, I can't eat veal...I've tried several times and each time I got deathly ill...figure I must have some sort of allergy so I gave up. :guilty: I might try that recipe with ground chicken though :)

The crockpot chicken and dumplings recipe is actually something I found here on the DIS...I *think* it's over on the Budget Board...I'll go find it and post it here. :thumbsup2

Today I am making stuffed pork chops, parmesan noodles and salads :sunny:

stacy347
04-03-2006, 07:12 AM
OK, here it is (originally posted by staceyfe over on the Budget Board so thank you to her!) :thumbsup2

2 chicken breast--boneless/skinless (I just wanted to add that I've been using 2 lbs. chicken thighs instead...the breasts were too dry for me)
1 can cream chicken soup
2 T margarine
2 cans biscuits
1 soup can of water

Put the chicken breasts in a crockpot, top w/ soup, margarine, and water. Cook on low 6-8 hours or high 3-4 hours. Then, shred the chicken w/ 2 forks and stir. 45 minutes before serving (turn to "high" if cooking on "low"), add cut up biscuits.

Very simple and very good!! :teeth:

Nancyg56
04-03-2006, 08:33 AM
I'm not cooking today. DH uncle passed away, and he is at a funeral service, I could not find anyone to watch my DGD, as DD is in the middle of a major project and SIL can not call out. Anyway, as soon as he gets home it is back to the greenhouse and more seeding, so we will have sandwiches tonite. Good thing DH loves sandwiches and thinks that they are a treat! :goodvibes

liamsaunt
04-03-2006, 09:57 AM
This sounds wonderful! Would you please post your recipe. TIA.

It's a really easy recipe that I found on epicurious:

1 cup real maple syrup
2 tbsp. freshly grated peeled ginger
4 tbsp. fresh lemon juice
3 tbsp soy sauce
2 tsp. minced garlic
salt and pepper to taste.

Simmer all together until thickened--about 20 minutes.

For the salmon, I soak a cedar plank for a few hours, then make a layer of rosemary branches and sliced bosc pears on the plank. Put the salmon on top, coat with the glaze, and grill the plank until the fish is just cooked through (I like mine a little underdone). You don't need to flip the fish. It is so yummy!

Nancyg56
04-03-2006, 10:44 AM
It's a really easy recipe that I found on epicurious:

1 cup real maple syrup
2 tbsp. freshly grated peeled ginger
4 tbsp. fresh lemon juice
3 tbsp soy sauce
2 tsp. minced garlic
salt and pepper to taste.

Simmer all together until thickened--about 20 minutes.

For the salmon, I soak a cedar plank for a few hours, then make a layer of rosemary branches and sliced bosc pears on the plank. Put the salmon on top, coat with the glaze, and grill the plank until the fish is just cooked through (I like mine a little underdone). You don't need to flip the fish. It is so yummy!

I love planked salmon! My son IL runs the grill since I set the thing on fire, so I will keep this one for him to use the next time.

LindsayDunn228
04-03-2006, 04:05 PM
bump :)

liamsaunt
04-03-2006, 04:23 PM
I am feeling lazy today so am going to make paninis and we can eat while watching desperate housewives on the tivo. I have some chicken, so I think I will pound it thin and dredge it in parmesean and breadcrumbs, then saute it. I'll add some arugula, red onions, and tomatoes to the paninis. I might make some oven fries to go with, but maybe not, given how uninspired I am feeling today.

Marseeya
04-03-2006, 04:59 PM
Tonight we're having either cheesesteak subs or hot sausage subs. :thumbsup2 DH has been in the mood for them for a week.

Poohnatic
04-03-2006, 09:16 PM
We had chipolte chicken enchiladas that I made at dinner done. They were sooooo good. Looking forward to my leftovers tomorrow.

Suzanne

LindsayDunn228
04-04-2006, 06:25 AM
Tonight we are having leftovers from last night. Mmmmm, boy was that good (the veal ragu w/ campanelle I posted yesterday).

WFD at your house tonight?

ETA: Sorry I didn't get those recipes on the first page until this morning.

Marseeya
04-04-2006, 06:37 AM
We had the cheesesteak subs last night, so tonight I'm making the hot sausage subs so we can use up our bread.

Ranatra
04-04-2006, 06:39 AM
1 cup real maple syrup
2 tbsp. freshly grated peeled ginger
4 tbsp. fresh lemon juice
3 tbsp soy sauce
2 tsp. minced garlic
salt and pepper to taste.

My recipe is similiar, but calls for brown sugar instead of syrup and also has some white wine in it.
I always cook my salmon on cedar planks and am absolutely spoiled now. I don't want it any other way!

Last night we had Chicken Romano and a spinach rice casserole with salad.

stacy347
04-04-2006, 07:06 AM
Tonight we're having spaghetti with garlic breadsticks :sunny:

Zandy595
04-04-2006, 11:26 AM
Beef Stir-Fry, white rice and eggrolls. Eggrolls are DS10's favorite food. He'd eat them everyday if I let him.

CrazedDisFan
04-04-2006, 11:33 AM
Now how did I manage to miss this thread all this time?!?!

Dinner tonight will be clean up the leftovers. So it will be an assortment of pizza, garlic & herb grilled chicken breasts, lemon herb chicken grilled chicken breasts, grilled potatoes with garlic and onions, and salad.

I am fairly certain dd8 will opt for pizza, dd10 will go with lemon herb chicken sliced over salad (as will I) and dh will finish off the garlic& herb chicken with the potatoes.

I hate having a bunch of leftovers, but I cooked way too much on Sunday, then ordered too much pizza last night.

Colleen456
04-04-2006, 03:01 PM
I'm going to try the Honey Rosemary Chicken posted my Poohnatic. Sounds so good that I'm actually looking forward to cooking. I'll make a salad and some rice to go with it.

liamsaunt
04-04-2006, 03:15 PM
My recipe is similiar, but calls for brown sugar instead of syrup and also has some white wine in it.
I always cook my salmon on cedar planks and am absolutely spoiled now. I don't want it any other way!

Last night we had Chicken Romano and a spinach rice casserole with salad.

Can you post your glaze recipe? It would be nice to try something diffferent. Thanks!

Muffin
04-04-2006, 03:46 PM
We're having beef stroganoff and probably steamed broccoli.

Chicken Romano and a spinach rice casserole
Sounds very interesting. Would you mind posting recipes? TIA.

Nancyg56
04-04-2006, 06:31 PM
We are having American chop suey tonite.

bengalbelle
04-04-2006, 11:16 PM
Last night we had chuck steaks with a balsamic mushroom gravy. It was a good recipe for a cheap cut of steak. We had garlic roasted mashed potatoes and green beans on the side.


Tonight I wasn't feeling well so DH picked up Subway.



I have a dumb question :blush:

I have corn on the cob frozen in the package. What is the best way to cook it? Do you boil it then coat with butter, salt and pepper? I've never cooked it before.

bigmerle1966
04-04-2006, 11:34 PM
I have corn on the cob frozen in the package. What is the best way to cook it? Do you boil it then coat with butter, salt and pepper? I've never cooked it before.

My mother cooked it that way and it was good, I think that the corn is just blanched then frozen.

Tonight I had my boring old Monday night dinner (yes I know it's Tuesday) Salmon and orzo. I need to get off my butt and cook, this coming in and just eating whatever is getting on my nerves. :rolleyes:

LindsayDunn228
04-05-2006, 06:23 AM
Tonight we are having grilled teriyaki chicken, rice and grilled pineapple spears with lime and honey. Mmm mmm mmm!!!

WFD at your house tonight? :)

stacy347
04-05-2006, 06:49 AM
I never made the spaghetti yesterday (just made frozen pizzas and salad) so we'll have that tonight :sunny:

nucpharm29
04-05-2006, 09:05 AM
Well, we're finally back from the IL"s, so now I have to rummage through the fridge to see what food we actually have--and I'm sure I'll be running to the store this afternoon! So I guess my answer is--I don't know yet what's for dinner--if I come up with anything spectacular I'll let ya'll know!

Muffin
04-05-2006, 09:52 AM
Tonight we are having grilled teriyaki chicken, rice and grilled pineapple spears with lime and honey.
Are you going to do it from start to finish in 30 minutes. ;)

We're having chicken in spicy pepper cream and probably the broccoli we didn't make last night.

liamsaunt
04-05-2006, 10:06 AM
Tonight we are having lots of vegetables--roasted cauliflower, roasted green beans with carmelized shallots, seared spinach, some bourbon whipped sweet potatoes leftover from Sunday's dinner, roasted red onions with rosemary, and cornbread.

Nancyg56
04-05-2006, 10:36 AM
DH has a tobacco growers meeting to go to this evening, and I did not see that there is dinner included ( any of the meeting generally include dinner because it is tough to drag farmers away this time of year) so I am just having chicken and rice with veggies. He can eat and run, and I can eat and then read.

Piglet843
04-05-2006, 10:45 AM
I have corn on the cob frozen in the package. What is the best way to cook it? Do you boil it then coat with butter, salt and pepper? I've never cooked it before.


This past weekend DH and I put our corn on the cob in some aluminum foil and put in on the grill for 20 min while cooking some steaks... They came off perfect - juicy and sweet. Slop some butter and pepper on those and they were great!

Tonight we are having sub sandwiches - deli meats and cheeses, lettuce tomato, onions and peppers.

I'm lovin this thread - but I'm noticin way too many chicken recipes. DH is picky eater and gets tired of chicken - he wants beef, and steaks (hates pork chops and doesn't dig on seafood)
Any ideas for ground beef or steak recipes??? Feel free to IM me too with ideas!
You guys are great :thumbsup2

LindsayDunn228
04-05-2006, 10:56 AM
Tonight we are having lots of vegetables--roasted cauliflower, roasted green beans with carmelized shallots, seared spinach, some bourbon whipped sweet potatoes leftover from Sunday's dinner, roasted red onions with rosemary, and cornbread.

Oh my, where is a drooling smiley when you ned one?? :)

bigmerle1966
04-05-2006, 12:15 PM
Chinese food! Don't feel like cooking and a friend of mine had surgery last Friday and wants me to come sit with her tonight while her hubby and the kids go to church.

LaurieG
04-05-2006, 12:54 PM
Speghetti pie, garlic bread and peas. :thumbsup2 Chcolate cream pie for dessert

Poohnatic
04-05-2006, 06:39 PM
A Homemade Pot Pie from my new employer (yummy) and the kids are having french bread pizzas.
DH made one last week and I came home and only found three bites left for me. each one is supposed to serve two!

Suzanne

bengalbelle
04-05-2006, 08:18 PM
A Galette Rustica from my new employer (yummy) and the kids are having french bread pizzas.

Before Lindsay asks :teeth: , basically the galette is puff pastry, filled with:
Diced chicken
roasted red pepper slices
red onion slivers
broccoli
peas and carrots
salt/pepper/paprika
minced garlic
red pepper flakes
and it's topped with neufchatel cheese

DH made one last week and I came home and only found three bites left for me. each one is supposed to serve two!

Suzanne
Now I'm drooling!

Poohnatic
04-05-2006, 11:55 PM
bengalbelle,

They sounded so good. We made four as part of my session, and they were so easy to do. We'll be doing something similar at home, but making it with more broccoli,more chicken and a lot more neufchatel!

Suzanne

LindsayDunn228
04-06-2006, 06:19 AM
Morning!

Tonight we are having Crockpot Chicken Noodle Soup :) It is awesome! Talk about your comfort food :)

1 large onion, sliced
5 carrots. chopped
2 tsp. salt
4 oz. mushrooms, sliced
½ tsp. pepper
¼ tsp. thyme
10 oz. frozen peas
3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
5 cups water (you can also use chicken broth instead- if you do, OMIT THE SALT!!)
3 cups noodles

Place ingredients in a crock pot, except the noodles, in the order listed. Cook on low for 8 hours. Remove chicken and shred, put back in crock pot. Add noodles and cook on high for ½ hour.


WFD at your house? :)

Nancyg56
04-06-2006, 06:34 AM
A Galette Rustica from my new employer (yummy) and the kids are having french bread pizzas.

Before Lindsay asks :teeth: , basically the galette is puff pastry, filled with:
Diced chicken
roasted red pepper slices
red onion slivers
broccoli
peas and carrots
salt/pepper/paprika
minced garlic
red pepper flakes
and it's topped with neufchatel cheese

DH made one last week and I came home and only found three bites left for me. each one is supposed to serve two!

Suzanne

Can you give some instructions? This sounds sooooo good, and I would love to make it when the girls come over to scrap.

nucpharm29
04-06-2006, 08:56 AM
I think tonight will be Chicken with Lime sauce or Salsa Verde Chicken Enchiladas--Both from this month's Cooking Light magazine!

Poohnatic
04-06-2006, 10:06 AM
:teeth:

liamsaunt
04-06-2006, 10:27 AM
Tonight I am making grilled sausages with an apple, onion and sage sauce, served over soft polenta with roasted garlic.

Editing to say that I wimped out on stirring the polenta, as it ended up being warmer than I thought it was going to be today, so instead I am serving it with crispy spaetzle.

Nancyg56
04-06-2006, 12:57 PM
What I did was mix all the veggies and chicken in a large bowl. Equal parts chicken, broccoli,then frozen peas and carrots. Stir in your seasonings.

Either butter or spray your pan with Pam, and place a puff pastry in it, so that there will be some pastry on top, but not completely covering the mixture. Place the mixture inside, and top with neufchatel. then butter pastry. Cook for approximately 45 minutes at 350.

Yum. I wanted the whole

Sounds so yummy! Thank you!

Zandy595
04-06-2006, 06:19 PM
I'm grilling marinated boneless pork chops and yellow squash, as I type. We're also having rice.

beckmrk04
04-06-2006, 06:27 PM
Tonight I am making grilled sausages with an apple, onion and sage sauce, served over soft polenta with roasted garlic.

Oh my gosh this sounds sooo good!!!

I made a big pot of homemade chicken and noodles.