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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post
    I just want to have someone cook for me, all the time. Or like 3-4 times a week.
    Oh man, I am with you there. DW and I hate thinking of what to have for dinner and hate the time to prepare & clean up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg44 View Post
    Oh man, I am with you there. DW and I hate thinking of what to have for dinner and hate the time to prepare & clean up.
    I hate the "thinking of what to have", but - once I've decided on something - I don't mind the prep and clean-up.
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    Homemade pizza - plain cheese, spinach, and peppers & mushrooms.
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    We’re having the first of a 2 day heat wave here so I’m planning to cook an eggplant parmesan outside on the grill. Not sure how this will turn out since normally it goes in the air fryer. But it’s eggplant Parmesan. Unless I burn it or undercook it I can’t go too far wrong.

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    Leftover pot luck. Scottish mince, Chinese take-out from our trip to Jersey, Indian take-out from our trip to Jersey. Leftover tempura from our stop on the way home at a sushi place in Saratoga, NY. A real international buffet. The only leftover from this week no longer available is leftover Philly cheesesteak from Jim's Steaks on South Street, Philadelphia.
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    Easy pasta in meat sauce. I'm not much of a pasta fan in recent years, but the others will eat it tonight.
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    Grilled chicken wings and coleslaw.

    Yesterday and last Friday we went to a bbq place in town and had great meals both times. But SO had wanted coleslaw as a side (as a diabetic he is trying to avoid carbs) and both times they didn’t have any. So I made it for the first time ever as a surprise for him. And it turned out fantastic. SO had seconds of both the wings and the coleslaw. Coleslaw will definitely be part of the rotation for veggies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp1 View Post
    Grilled chicken wings and coleslaw.

    Yesterday and last Friday we went to a bbq place in town and had great meals both times. But SO had wanted coleslaw as a side (as a diabetic he is trying to avoid carbs) and both times they didn’t have any. So I made it for the first time ever as a surprise for him. And it turned out fantastic. SO had seconds of both the wings and the coleslaw. Coleslaw will definitely be part of the rotation for veggies.
    we eat a lot of coleslaw because DH grows cabbage in his garden. But I can’t say that I do anything fancy with it. Usually I just chop the cabbage in the slivers and use a commercial slaw dressing on it. I often slice of carrot to go with it if I’ve got carrots, and sometimes onions.

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    Salmon served with cream of broccoli soup.
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    I always plan our meals for a month and then shop afterwards. I don't want to think about what to eat every day.
    If possible, I only shop once a month. That saves money and time.

    The plan for July

    Fri, Jul 01 Pasta with tomato sauce
    Sat, Jul 02 Apple Ofetori
    Sun, Jul 03 Grilled and potato salad

    Mon, Jul 04 Chicken salad with tangerines and mushrooms, rolls
    Tue, Jul 05 Pizza
    Wed 06 Jul Lentil pancakes with fried mushrooms and spring onions
    Thu, Jul 07 Wild spinach with potatoes and fried egg
    Fri, Jul 08 Fricassee with potatoes
    Sat, Jul 09 Noodles with smoked trout, salad
    Sun, Jul 10 Goulash seasoned with garden herbs; new potatoes and peas with wild garlic

    Mon, Jul 11 Fiery hot shrimp in cream cheese sauce, noodles
    Tue 12 Jul Lentil pancakes with goat cheese and nettles
    Wed, Jul 13 Potato waffles with applesauce
    Thu, Jul 14 Zucchini pizza
    Fri 15 Jul Pasta with tomato sauce
    Sat, Jul 16 Currant casserole with currants and gooseberries
    Sun, Jul 17 Bratwurst with summer creamy vegetables and potatoes

    Mon, Jul 18 Italian bean stew with Cabanossi
    Tue 19 Jul Linseed with rice
    Wed, Jul 20 Potato pockets filled with leaf spinach and feta cheese
    Thu, Jul 21 Feijoada toasted bread
    Fri, Jul 22 Pasta with boiled ham cream sauce, salad
    Sat 23 Jul Pancakes with fresh fruit
    Sun, Jul 24 Roulades, peas, dumplings

    Mon, Jul 25 Paprika soup with meatballs and rolls
    Tue, Jul 26 Quark balls with quince sauce
    Wed, Jul 27 Hüttenkäsetaler, salad
    Thursday, Jul 28 Vegetable rösti with herb quark
    Fri, Jul 29 Spaghetti Bolognese
    Sat 30 Jul Stuffed peppers with millet
    Sun, Jul 31 Szeged goulash, potatoes
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