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    Frozen pies from Sara Lee. It was my first time ever baking anything.

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    Pumpkin pie!!

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    Roasted broccoli and garlic with lemon juice. This stuff is like vegetable crack.


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    ^Absolutely! I love roasted broccoli, cauliflower and brussel sprouts in a good olive oil and some nice salt.

    I made chicken and dumplings tonight. I didn't eat any but was told it was excellent.

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    Last night I baked a salmon fillet and then put some olive oil, garlic, and herbs on top once done. Also had some fettucine with a little butter, salt, pepper, and parmesan mixed in. Also sauteed zucchini. Also a salad with baby tomatos. Whole thing took maybe 30 minutes to throw together. Super yummy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    Last night I baked a salmon fillet and then put some olive oil, garlic, and herbs on top once done. Also had some fettucine with a little butter, salt, pepper, and parmesan mixed in. Also sauteed zucchini. Also a salad with baby tomatos. Whole thing took maybe 30 minutes to throw together. Super yummy.
    That sounds amazing. Although I prefer my salmon raw.

    I don't cook very often, beyond really simple stuff; I cook brown rice, beans, eggs, rice fried with eggs, bake acorn squashes, and steam mushrooms and assorted produce. Not much other than that. I make sushi now and then, but that's not technically cooking. (And I eat other things of course, they just don't involve cooking.)


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    Quote Originally Posted by gasoline View Post
    Omg that looks amazing too. If I still ate meat, I would try that.

    I haven't looked through most of this thread, but my response would probably be that most of it sounds amazing.


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    Homemade chicken nuggets, chicken and dumplings (trying to stretch two chicken breasts between 7+ people two of whom will not eat dumplings) and green beans with bacon and onions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    Omg that looks amazing too. If I still ate meat, I would try that.

    I haven't looked through most of this thread, but my response would probably be that most of it sounds amazing.
    it could probably be pulled off with mushrooms. are you going vegan? like no cheese either?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gasoline View Post
    it could probably be pulled off with mushrooms. are you going vegan? like no cheese either?
    Nope, still eating dairy and fish. So pescetarian. Yeah, mushrooms with the dish sounds interesting...what is it- red onions, fried egg, cheese? I can't really tell.


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