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Old 07-14-2008, 09:38 AM   #1
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Tonight we're having Thai Curry Meatballs w/ Stir-fried veggies and brown rice.
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Lasagne stuffed zucchinni, yum, can't wait!
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I have leftover cold thai noodles....but I don't think there is enough.

I think I might throw cola chicken in the crockpot...maybe serve it with some couscous and broccoli. Or maybe some mashed sweet potatoes....we'll see
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Lean ground beef indian-style cutles and seasoned grilled veggies (cauliflower, broccoli, onions and peppers). Last week of phase I!
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grilled turkey burgers & baked sweet potato fries for us
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Tonight we're having sun-dried tomato and feta stuffed chicken breasts with salad and tomorrow will be parmesan crusted tilapia with veggies as yet undecided. I'm not sure about the rest of the week, I will be on to phase 2 on wednesday, so I need to go back to the book and plan how I'm going to reintroduce some things into my diet.
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Chicken parmesan with steamed broccoli
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Grilled elk steak is ready for tonights dinner with broccoli. Peanut butter delight for desert.
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Steak salad

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Grilled chicken breast with peanut sauce, tomato with pesto, green beans
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SBD recipe Chili. Steamed artichoke.

I have to force myself to put together a decent dinner when hubby is out of town on business. Being on Phase 1 is helping me stay away from Whole Foods' grab and go section. :-)
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Spaghetti and chicken, salad...sounds boring, huh?? But yummy!
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Does anybody have a good recipe for fresh green beans? I just walked through the garden and realized that I have a TON for harvest.

I was thinking something like green beans and caramelized onions with almonds...but, we've had that a lot lately and I was looking for something a little different.
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Zeff, I like to smother those babies. Saute some onion (vidallia if you have em) and chopped up turkey bacon together in some olive oil. When that's done add a garlic toe chopped fine, then add the green beans (ok, zydecos for you!!) and then add some chicken stock if you have it, if not, add some water just to cover them and then stir in a little tony's or zatarains..whatever you have , then add a little salt and pepper to taste. I also usually throw in a pinch of cayenne, but that's me. I also like to add a little wine to deglaze the pan after cooking the onions/turkey bacon. Let it cook for while. yum. comfort food!!!
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zeff, this is not really a recipe but my favorite thing to do with them is steam a big bowlful and keep them in the fridge to munch on all week. I throw them in salads, eat them by the handful, plain or dipped in something. I prefer them this way to roasted, my roasted ones always come out tough. The onions and almonds thing sounds good too.
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