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    Scallops on pasta with pesto sauce; spinach salad

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    I bought Dominos pizza on their 2 for 1 special. I will put the extra slices in the freezer to enjoy as an occasional treat over the next month with a salad and a fruit
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    Freezer food: 2 packages ratatouille, 1 package sauted chard, 1 package sauted kale, 8 ounce Italian meat (I cook up ground turkey/Italian sausage a few pounds at a time and freeze).

    Stewed that for an hour. Cooked up 1 # of penne and mixed in. Layered with 1# cottage cheese, 8 ounce Mozz and baked for 30 minutes. Meals for days. YUM!

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    Made leeks and rice (prasorizo), may have it with some leftover chicken or just by itself. Yesterday got delivery of a salmon kabob plate. The day before had a piece of salmon from the freezer with a baked potato and sour cream.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ApatheticNoMore View Post
    Made leeks and rice (prasorizo), may have it with some leftover chicken or just by itself. Yesterday got delivery of a salmon kabob plate. The day before had a piece of salmon from the freezer with a baked potato and sour cream.
    I've recently rediscovered leeks. I'm a fan of any member of the allium family, and they're lovely and mild in cooked dishes. I may have assorted cheese (colby, cheddar, Gouda, and Havarti) and almond/sesame crackers.

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    Tacos!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneV2.0 View Post
    I've recently rediscovered leeks. I'm a fan of any member of the allium family, and they're lovely and mild in cooked dishes. I may have assorted cheese (colby, cheddar, Gouda, and Havarti) and almond/sesame crackers.
    I just had leek and lentil soup! Love leeks.

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    More tacos as there were enough leftovers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post
    I just had leek and lentil soup! Love leeks.
    I made lentil-vegetable soup last week and I was eating it for days. I finally gave up...

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    Snow peas sauteed with vegetable sauce and shredded cheese.

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