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Old 01-27-2012, 02:06 PM   #436
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Hi it sounds good but I've never had green chilles - are they spicy or hot? I don't like peppers or hot things.. Could I leave them out?? Thanks Michelle
michelle, no they are not spicey at all, it just adds good flavor. it turned out really good btw! my dh loved it!
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thanks very much I may give them a try

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Old 01-27-2012, 02:35 PM   #438
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Making stuffed banana peppers with sauce (sauce is cooking right now as is bread) And we'll have some salad.
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Tonight is a recipe loosely based off of a Skinny Taste recipe. I'm changing some stuff around to fit with what I have on hand since I didn't want to buy special stuff for it.

It's supposed to be Pasta with Italian Chicken Sausage, Peppers, and Escarole.

I'm making the following changes:

1) Instead of crumbled Italian Chicken Sausage, I am using the links I have in the freezer. Not sure if I will slice them up into the pasta or just serve the links on the side.

2) Spinach instead of Escarole.

3) Adding tomato to the pasta mixture.

Then we are also having garlic bread.
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Old 01-27-2012, 05:00 PM   #440
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I already made fried apples and making yellow rice with dressing and sausages.
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I made sausage balls with eggs and fruit. The kids loved it but I will never do that again. Way too heavy for me.
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Old 01-28-2012, 04:44 PM   #442
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Tonight we are having roast chicken, mashed potatoes, zucchini, and salad.
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Tonight is Pot Roast, Carrots, Onions, and Potatoes.
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Old 01-28-2012, 05:43 PM   #444
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A ? Have any of you made chicken soup with a whole chicken? I always have stock on hand and just use that. But yesterday bought a fryer chicken that was on sale- I was going to just use it as I would normally make stock- then turn that chicken into the meat in the soup? Is that ok?

That wasn't clear. In other words, can I simmer the chicken in water and spices to turn into the base of the soup- then remove chicken after it's cooked through(and how long does that take?) And shred the meat for the soup??
I recently made chicken soup using a fryer chicken, and followed a combo of these 2 recipes, more so the first than the second:

http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2...-chicken-soup/

http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2...-chicken-soup/
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Old 01-28-2012, 06:35 PM   #445
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So excited, I am back on E-mealz!!! I love this meal plan and I am beyond excited to add variety back into our meals. Dinnertime had just become so BLAH! This week's menu...

Tonight:
Beef Fried Rice
Egg Rolls

Tomorrow: (I am taking pre-made meals to two different families who just had surgery, so I am taking...)
Homemade Chicken Pot Pie
Salad
Rolls

Monday:
Grilled Chicken Breasts (enough for two meals)
Roasted Potatoes
Sautee'd Zucchini

Tuesday:
Creme Brulee Breakfast Casserole (doesn't that sound delicious?)
Hot Cinnamon Apples
Biscuits with Butter and Honey

Wednesday:
Chicken Fajitas (with leftover grilled chicken)
Refried Beans

Thursday:
Beefy Mac Casserole
Sautee'd Whole Green Beans
Garlic Toast

Friday:
Ham and Cheese Cressant Roll-Ups
Tomato Soup
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I guess tonight will be leftovers. It was supposed to be moose chili, but it smelled so good in the crockpot, that I'm on my second bowl. It's only 2:30 . . .

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I guess tonight will be leftovers. I was supposed to be moose chili, but it smelled so good in the crockpot, that I'm on my second bowl. It's only 2:30 . . .
This made me smile!
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Old 01-28-2012, 07:12 PM   #448
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It's been a rough week here medically, so we treated ourselves to lunch out today at Carrabba's. The good news is we have enough leftovers to cover dinner tonight, and lunch tomorrow! Back on track now! I cleaned out the freezer this morning, and we did a stock up shopping trip.

Tonight- Leftovers!
Sunday-Rib eyes on the grill, baked potatoes, corn on the cob
Monday- Taco's
Tuesday-Tuna salad sandwiches, fresh fruit, veggies, chips
Wednesday-Terryaki chicken, rice, zuchini, salad
Thursday-Barbecued chicken pizza, salad
Friday- Broccoli cheese baked potatoes, salad
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Starting the menu a day early. Did my shopping today. I have to stop shopping on Saturdays. It's just mobbed and takes twice as long and I'm frustrated and tired by the end of it. It would be so much easier to go on a week night when the store is empty instead of the shelves.

Sunday: Shepards pie and salad

Monday: Homemade lasagna. Having company so I'll make them on Sunday and reheat them for Monday night dinner.

Tuesday: Something easy. It's my birthday but we aren't going out until the weekend. So probably breakfast for dinner

Wednesday: Roast Chicken, Rice, Broccoli, Salad, Crescent rolls (having company again)

Thursday: Hamburgers/veggie Burgers, Fries and salad.

Friday: Tofu parmesean

Saturday: Birthday Dinner out at my favourite Italian place

Sunday: Home Made Pizza
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So excited, I am back on E-mealz!!! I love this meal plan and I am beyond excited to add variety back into our meals. Dinnertime had just become so BLAH! This week's menu...

It sounds like you've used this service before. I've looked into it but have
never taken the plunge. Can you tell me how you like it and are the meals/recipes tasty? How does it work for your family and is it cost effective?

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