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    Black bean burgers and a kamut arugula salad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogar View Post
    Good idea. I don't have a sour dough starter, but it's on the menu for tonight. I have a bunch of garden vegetables to use up or process for later. I'm thinking eggplant, pepper, and tomato with a little kale on top.
    I have made eggplant pizza - basically sliced eggplant is the "crust". Bake for a bit turn over, top with whatever you want and bake more. I've had to play around with the recipe, but always edible. LOL.
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    Tonight is the brown rice and lentil casserole I made on Sunday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by happystuff View Post
    Tonight is the brown rice and lentil casserole I made on Sunday.
    I don’t know which Internet recipe I used, there’s tons of them when you Google “ crockpot lasagna. “
    This one is as good as any and seems to cover the basics of what I did:




    https://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes...4-e12c900399a1

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    DH had a burger, but I made gazpacho using one of the cucumbers from my bumper crop as well as tomatoes grown last year and frozen. It was a good recipe! Supposedly close to the Spanish style.

    What else can I do with these tomatoes? My son loves them as crudite with Wishbone Chunky Blue Cheese dressing, so I can use them when he comes up that way. Also daily salads. Maybe make a tzatziki sauce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post
    I don’t know which Internet recipe I used, there’s tons of them when you Google “ crockpot lasagna. “
    This one is as good as any and seems to cover the basics of what I did:

    https://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes...4-e12c900399a1
    Thanks. I think I'll give this a try!
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    I have more tomatoes from our neighbor and Basil from our garden so pasta with a creamy tomato basil sauce.

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    Sockeye salmon with cucumber dill sauce, maple glazed sweet potatoes and rice salad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkytoe View Post
    Sockeye salmon with cucumber dill sauce, maple glazed sweet potatoes and rice salad.
    Your husband cooks this!?? Yum! That is fabulous.

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    End of the 4 x 10 week for me so I'm exhausted and not cooking. Picked up some frozen meals... so far, not too bad! Kung Po chicken bowl and Country Fried Chicken bowl.
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