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    What's for dinner?

    I struggle pretty much every day with what to make for dinner every night - LOL. If it were just me, it would be so easy!

    Anyway, finally decided on sweet & sour lentils over rice with cauliflower.

    I'm thinking maybe I should write out a weekly menu?? My mom used to do that and then post it on the fridge.
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    Today I'm having two pork chops seasoned with kosher salt, fresh ground black pepper, and garlic powder and sautéed in olive oil.

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    Amy's Mexican casserole which my son got me as a gift.

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    Home made Chocolate Ice Cream!!! And mushroom veggie burgers and cheese, with a side of frozen veggies of some sort - whatever I grab out of the freezer. Nothing fancy.

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    Leftovers tonight: choice between steelhead trout filet or a pork roast with onions and sage. Fresh green beans on the side.

    I prefer to cook meals which create leftovers so I can coast for a few days each week.

    For tomorrow's dinner, DW is using one of the restaurant gift certificates she was given when she retired. Not sure which one yet. Another "coast" day!
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    Quote Originally Posted by early morning View Post
    Home made Chocolate Ice Cream!!! And mushroom veggie burgers and cheese, with a side of frozen veggies of some sort - whatever I grab out of the freezer. Nothing fancy.
    You had me at homemade chocolate ice cream!!!! YUM!
    To give pleasure to a single heart by a single act is better than a thousand heads bowing in prayer." Mahatma Gandhi

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    Grilling Ahi Tuna (aka yellowfin), marinated.
    (I will use Primo grill, with natural lump wood charcoal, and a grill mat. Give me 10 minutes @400F)
    Sides: steamed asparagus from the garden. scalloped corn.

    Dessert: Strawberry shortcake.
    Last edited by dado potato; 6-5-20 at 9:28pm.

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    Italian sausage and homemade French fries.

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    Lazy dinner - fried egg on tortilla with salsa; avocado slices; potatoes sautéed with onion and watermelon

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    salmon chowder I made earlier in the week.
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