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    Baked haddock with sautéed zucchini and cherry tomatoes.

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    Was given a pork loin last night so had it in the cp cooking. Will probably shred it for bbq sandwiches.
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    Barbecued chicken and fresh corn!

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    Cheesy chicken and rice in the crockpot now.

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    We are eating a lot out of the garden right now so tonight will be kebobs with our peppers, onions and zucchini along with teriyaki pork and pineapple. Will probably saute some fresh green beans with garlic. It was bulk meal day so I also made cabbage roll soup with our cabbage and some ground elk my son gave us.

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    Fresh sliced strawberries and plain whole milk yogurt. Had a big lunch and wanted something light.

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    Pork loin and couscous, along with the leftovers from the week. I'm actually having the last of the garlic chicken, as I'm not a fan of pork loin.
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    Zucchini and onion sauteed topped with Parmesan cheese.

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    Beef stew for a refreshing change.
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    15 bean soup with ham for lunch and fresh veggies ... was wonderful...

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