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    A stir-fry of sorts- sauteed seasoned/marinated chicken breast, mixed it up with sauteed chopped kale, summer squash, red/green bell peppers, radish, onions, & shaved carrot. Would've been better with some mushrooms, sugar snap peas, broccoli, and some jalepeno, added to the mix.. but for a quick fix this worked out wonderfully. And it's all mine. Locked the cat out.

    Might make a smoothie for dessert. Pineapple juice, nonfat vanilla yogurt, blueberries/grapes/strawberries & a bit of ice.

    Got a medium sweet potato in the oven right now, to reheat for breakfast tomorrow morning.
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    Skinless boneless chicken breast. I threw some salt and pepper, cheese, and parsley on it, and fried it up. It tasted godly when it was freshly cooked, but the other portions quickly dried out. Perhaps in the future I will pour the remaining juices from the pans onto the chicken, instead of trying to use it to cook the potatoes + frozen peas, corn, and beans.

    Also noted: potatoes need a much longer frying time than frozen vegetables. And, additional olive oil will be required.

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    I'm making a gluten-free cream cheese pound cake tonight.

    I made chicken and sausage gumbo last night. It was good but it'll never be right until I can add some decent okra, shrimp, and crab. None of which I can get here.

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    Last night was coconut curried chicken. Boneless skinless chicken breasts cooked in coconut milk seasoned with curry, cinnamon, ginger, and sea salt, and some water chestnuts and broccoli. Yum!


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    I should learn how to cook, so that I could cook for my wife to be.

    I'm sweet like that.

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    I just made cabbage roll casserole. It should be ready in about an hour.

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    rice with steamed carrot & cabbage and stir fried steak
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    Enchiladas con pollo y queso y salsa. Tambien, guacamole, y arroz y legumes y tortillas.
    Me gusta la comida mexicana. Es me favorita. Also, I like fry bread with jam. That's on tomorrow's menu
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    Scallion pancakes and sesame noodles.

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    I made blintzes and a new sauce
    for the blintzes i accidently made pancake batter too thin, so I just left it alone instead of trying to thicken it. I took some ricotta,lemon juice, and powdered sugar and made a filling. spread it into the "crepes" smooshed in two spoon fulls of red currant jelly per "crepe" ,rolled them up, and sprinkled with powdered sugar.

    for the sauce I couldn't decide if i wanted a red or alfredo sauce so i started out with a base for alfredo (the butter and cream) and on top of the paramasean I added: Ricotta,Smoked Provolone, 3 shakes of cayenne (really 2.5) and a little bit less than a quarter of a jar of marinara (you want it to be a dark pinkish orange color, basically the same color as tomato soup when made with milk). and it was so good I put it over rigatoni. I made too much so I froze part of it.
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