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Old 01-31-2013, 01:22 PM   #91  
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My plan is a can of sardines with my go-to preparation: sauteed with 1/2 onion, 1 chopped tomato, squirt of dijon, some hot sauce, and adobo.

I may serve it over a little bit of rice or a small roll to dip.
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Old 01-31-2013, 08:06 PM   #92  
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We went to a local BBQ place for wing night, and as the family had wings, I had grilled chicken, steamed veggies, and a baked sweet potato!
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Old 02-04-2013, 03:27 PM   #93  
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We went to a local BBQ place for wing night, and as the family had wings, I had grilled chicken, steamed veggies, and a baked sweet potato!
Way to go Jennifer!

Homemade Chili for us tonight.
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Old 02-04-2013, 04:04 PM   #94  
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Tonight is grocery night, so we're having rotisserie chicken from the deli. I found out that if I shop on Monday nights after work, I don't really want to make a from-scratch dinner when I get home. DH loves rotisserie chicken, and I can use the leftovers on salads during the week. I think I'll make a chicken salad which I pack for lunch on a bed of lettuce, with various other salad veggies.
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Old 02-04-2013, 04:06 PM   #95  
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Stuffed peppers....made with ground turkey and brown rice. Yum!
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The man of the house will be having a marinated t- bone with some asparagus and mashed potatoes. I will be having an unmarinated minute steak with asparagus and spinach.
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Tonight is going to be chicken breasts (not sure how I am going to cook them yet) Costco Quinoa salad with some sliced veggies
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On the fence, either chicken in my salad or defrosted tuna casserole.
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Carnitas over brown rice with lots of black bean and corn salad on top,
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Tortellini soup! Chicken sausage, carrots, celery, onion, tomatoes, cheese tortellini, and a big handful of kale wilted in.
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I'm trying a new recipe for Key Lime Chicken (chicken breast strips marinated in lime juice, soy sauce, honey, and garlic). And I'm going to have my first go at making cauliflower "rice." Also having a favorite standby - spring mix lettuce with blue cheese and walnuts with balsamic dressing. Finally, for dessert, some strawberries.

And off to the kitchen I go! Happy feasting everyone!
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I am going to have a nice cup of broth with a few shrimp.. Yes very inventive.lol .
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Porcupine meatballs (with a little sauce for me, and my husband will have with spaghetti noodles and sauce): 1 cup brown rice (cooked half the time it calls for), 2.5lb 97% lean ground turkey, lots of seasoning, I think I even added some cooked/pureed carrots into the meat before making balls and cooking them on the stove top with a little water. Makes quite a few servings! (I don't remember how many because we are still eating the left-overs in the freezer from when I made them last year)
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Tonight is seasoned/baked chicken thighs. I'm going to trim them well then saute them to cook out some of the fat then finish in the oven. I've got a bunch of cherry tomatoes that need to be used up (too sour to eat fresh) and I want to toss them in the bottom of the dish while the chicken cooks. Totally winging this but hoping it works. Serving with brown rice and steamed broccoli.
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This turned out so well!

Roasted cauliflower with parmesan cheese (baggie of frozen tossed with 1 tbsp of olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic powder and shredded parmesan)- 1 cup for 124 including the olive oil and parmesan.

Roasted chicken and apple sausages (140 cal each)- tossed into the same glass dish with the cauliflower (off to the side). Whole shebang started frozen, roasted at 400 for 40 minutes.

Quinoa cooked in chicken broth, with cholula on top! 1 cup for 222 calories.

Sauteed onions to go on top of the sausage: 70 cals for a half cup cooked, counting 1/2 tsp of smart balance as the cooking fat.

Total for a very satisfying dinner: 556! My current calorie allotment according to loseit is right around 1600 cals, so this fits the proportion well!
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