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Old 02-29-2012, 08:55 AM   #136  
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Dinner tonight is ground-turkey-tacos for DH, with fajita style veggies on the side.. I'll make mine only veggies and eat them as fajitas in corn tortillas. I went to Aldi and got lots of yellow and red peppers yesterday, so we will have purty fajitas, lol.

With our usual spinach salad, and maybe this: http://www.food.com/recipe/calabacitas-196430 on the side.. of course, with no cheese, lol, and no evoo, only Pam! (my best cooking friend, lol..)
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Old 02-29-2012, 09:16 AM   #137  
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I just have to say that my swordfish steak last night was SUPER DELICIOUS!

Tonight, I'm only cooking for my son and I so I have to get creative with the veggies.
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Old 02-29-2012, 10:26 AM   #138  
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Tonight's dinner is pretty simple - a buffalo burger (no bun) with a side of sweet potato fries and a salad.
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My chickpeas came out soft in the middle so I will have to work on refining that recipe! lol

I just HAVE to share this recipe with you guys. I am from Ann Arbor and they have this amazing vegetarian restaurant called Seva. They have the BEST enchiladas calabaza I have ever had. It is what I always get when I am there. Sooo yummy. I was testing myfitnesspal and searched for the restaurant and found they had one meal in there... my meal! YAY So I am going to make these soon.

http://www.tastebook.com/recipes/117...-Calabaza-Seva
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My nugget and I went to Rainforest Cafe last night and I got the blackened tilapia fish tacos. I ate one and the other is in my fridge. I may have that and just use a new corn tortilla since I keep them in my freezer and I'm sure that one is soggy.

Or I'll pull out some butternut squash chili from my freezer. It's snowy here.
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Old 03-01-2012, 08:49 AM   #141  
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Hello all!

Dinner tonight is this, minus the mango salsa: http://www.skinnytaste.com/2012/01/s...loin-with.html


With spinach salad, hot crash potatoes (with pam and crushed garlic on top) and roasted cauliflower. YUM.
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Tonights dinner: http://naturalnoshing.wordpress.com/...rilled-salmon/

I am substituting agave for the honey, and lime juice for the balsamic.

Sides will be sauteed zucchini and onions, and ginger lime slaw: http://www.food.com/recipe/ginger-lime-cole-slaw-395163

Yummy, I can't wait!
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I ended up getting out early yesterday, so I made polenta with sun dried tomatoes and fresh homegrown basil and topped it with sauteed mushrooms and a turkey sausage tomato sauce that I made and had frozen.

Tonight I have to eat that fish taco before it goes bad
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Tonight were going out for sushi... I'm saving my calories for it, all 1000 of them, LOL. (I'm eating 1350 as of now, for a few weeks, to get things moving again.)

I love sushi... yey.

Tomorrow were going to a Brazilian steakhouse up in Cleveland. It's like, giant-meat-fest, but I'm good. I'll be getting the salad bar and maybe a sushi roll.

Keep going everyone! Don't let the weekend throw you off!!
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Tonight were going out for sushi... I'm saving my calories for it, all 1000 of them, LOL. (I'm eating 1350 as of now, for a few weeks, to get things moving again.)

I love sushi... yey.

Tomorrow were going to a Brazilian steakhouse up in Cleveland. It's like, giant-meat-fest, but I'm good. I'll be getting the salad bar and maybe a sushi roll.

Keep going everyone! Don't let the weekend throw you off!!
I LOVE Brazilian steakhouses. My birthday is next month and that's my birthday gift

Kay, I love seeing new websites for recipes. I bookmarked the recipe and the site where you got your enchilada recipe.

Munchy, how did your polenta turn out?

My dinner today - totally excited - a very small filet mignon and a small lobster tail. Small baked potato and some asparagus. I can't wait!!!

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Munchy, how did your polenta turn out?

My dinner today - totally excited - a very small filet mignon and a small lobster tail. Small baked potato and some asparagus. I can't wait!!!
Your dinner sounds awesome! I love filet mignon - it's the only steak I'll eat, and I have a great local place to buy it inexpensively. They also have the best seafood and prices around, so I usually end up with shrimp, scallops, and sometimes mussels or lobster too

The polenta was really good. It's all solidified now, so I can pan sear it and top it with different veggies and sauces. That's my favorite way to eat it.
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I made butternut squash enchiladas a while back and they fell flat for me - maybe because they were sweet, but not spicy enough. I would have to revisit with Kay's recipe. So far, these zucchini enchiladas are the best vegetarian ones I've ever made. I felt so good about these that I even made a carbalicious black bean/rice side
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I have a recipe for butternut enchiladas, I'll dig it out and post it. SO tasty. And spicy... I like things spicy, lol.

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I made this for the first time tonight

http://www.skinnytaste.com/2011/01/c...-pie-soup.html

it was delish and very filling!
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We're having leftovers. Ground chicken breast meatloaf which sounds dreadful but is AMAZING-it's a healthified Giada recipe. Cauliflower mash. Lots of salad w/ff dressing for me and steamed broccoli for Robert.
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