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    Getting nachos, cheese and beef from takeout.

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    Stir fry veggies and regular white rice. Part of my pandemic inventory of rice - when it was rarely seen on the shelves, so I snapped up two bags when it appeared.

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    Stir fry of broccoli, cauliflower, onion with a sausage and a homemade bun.
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    Salad of black olives, purple onion, red tomatoes, green lettuce and guacamole and orange cheese. The onion was pungent so I had a butterscotch lollipop afterwards.

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    Tomorrow: grilled chicken and squash.

    Thursday: Split Pea Soup-I have smoked ham hocks defrosting in the fridge.

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    Put some chicken broth in the cp along with some fresh spinach, what was left in a jar of roasted red peppers, and some leftover rice. Should make for a nice little soup.
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    That sounds good, happystuff. We are trying our first frozen cauliflower pizza.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tybee View Post
    That sounds good, happystuff. We are trying our first frozen cauliflower pizza.
    I've never had one of those although I have toyed with the idea of making my own cauliflower crust. If you don't mind, let me know what you think of it.
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    14.5 oz can Hunt's No Salt Added Diced Tomatoes (including the liquid) and 15 oz can Wolf Brand Chili With Beans put in a pot together, heated, and used as pasta sauce on spiral pasta.

    Notes:

    • Wolf Brand "Authentic Texas Recipe" chili is mild. Wolf has medium or hot chili if you prefer.
    • When buying chili, don't be fooled by cans that say 'no beans'. What that really means is the beans have been replaced with rolled oats (like the old fashioned Quaker Oats). It doesn't mean your getting more meat.
    • If you want to be healthier, you can toss in a handful of blueberries after the sauce is heated. I often do.
    • If you want more fiber, cook a small amount of diced cabbage, drain it and mix with the heated sauce before adding to the pasta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happystuff View Post
    I've never had one of those although I have toyed with the idea of making my own cauliflower crust. If you don't mind, let me know what you think of it.
    Well, I overcooked it because it was the first time we used the new oven and we couldn't figure out the timer. We couldn't tell the difference and checked the box and apparently the ingredients for the crust are 1. cauliflower 2. brown rice flour 3. Some other kind of flour.

    So it wasn't pure cauliflower, but it was gluten free if you wanted that feature, and very good!

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