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    Quote Originally Posted by rosarugosa View Post
    Coconut braised beef sounds yummy.
    Thanks. It's ... not quite what I'd hoped for. It's tasty; just not what I had in mind. I'll figure out how to change it for next time.
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    Chicken sandwich and a pear and a clementine
    As Cicero said, “Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others.”

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    Quinoa with salsa and guacamole; clementines.

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    Made the first mac and cheese in a long time and it was so good. Added green peas and a side of pickled beets.
    As Cicero said, “Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by catherine View Post
    Night 3: Chicken soup
    Night 4: More chicken soup. Add liverwurst for DH/DS and salad for me.
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    Well this wasn't the plan, but birthday cake with Mom. It was an Italian rum cake from Market Basket, and it was surprisingly good!

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    We had best split pea soup ever. We had brought the peas in a bin full of food and the moving trailer showed up yesterday and so we cooked the peas with celery, onion, carrot, and cream.

    It was amazing.

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    We had pulled pork! It cooked all day, then my husband pulled it- he's a fanatic about getting the fat out, so the pork is lean and lovely. Put NC mustard/vinegar on it and serve on those beautiful buns I had made. Feeling very "chef" like. Plus 3 quart freezer bags of the pulled pork for the freezer.

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    Tybee, I think I'll try the cream in the pea soup. I've made a couple batches this winter and both turned out well, but I imagine cream can only improve it!

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    Going to saute some turnip and acorn squash and then add diced tomatoes, serve over rice.
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