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    The Bojon Gourmet: Baked Green Chilaquiles with Sweet Corn + Summer Squash {gluten-free}

    Made this for brunch with my INTP roommate. SO FRIGGIN AMAZING.

    Specific/substituted ingredients:
    - 1.5 jars Trader Joe's salsa verde
    - 8-inch wheat tortillas (filled up 2 baking sheets and otherwise ignored the requested amounts -- it ended up being perfect)
    - Pattypan squash from my CSA, instead of zucchini
    - Mozzarella instead of jack cheese (but with loads of cotija sprinkled on top)

    @Showbread I think you would like this recipe!
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    you?

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    Shredded pork and cabbage Benedict and pineapple bluberry smoothie
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    Jungle pancakes, iguana, tropical flower (smells like ogre feet and caramel,) butterfly, and beetle
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    Zucchini-not-crab cakes with avocado lemon garlic sauce
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    cooking a huge pot of vegetable soup in the slow cooker



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    olive oil
    clove of garlic
    vegetable soup mix
    2lbs beef ox tails
    quarter of onion
    vegetable soup mix (contains tomatoes,onions,celery,potatoes,okra,corn,lima beans,green beans)
    stalk of celery
    marjoram
    thyme
    water
    tiny tiny bit of beef bouillon
    tomato paste
    salt
    pepper
    bay leaf
    by @magpie

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    This thing (sans turkey):

    Slow Cooker Cheesy Enchilada Quinoa Bake | Chelsea's Messy Apron

    It's yummy, but I don't know if I'd make it again.
    and it's nice enough to
    make a man
    weep, but I don't
    weep, do
    you?

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    Beef Stroganoff from Cook's Illustrated. I used regular French's Mustard instead of dried mustard and about 3 Tablespoons of soy sauce instead of 2 teaspoons. It was ok, nothing to write home about. It was a bit more salty than I'd expect, but that was probably my fault.
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    Things I cooked over the weekend:

    Healthy Maple Pumpkin Muffins - Cookie and Kate
    Verdict: Fine, but not anything I'd make again. Too boring. Also, an inefficient use of a fairly expensive ingredient (maple syrup). You can't even taste the maple in it.

    Baked Eggs with Spinach and Tomatoes - Budget Bytes
    Verdict: amazing as always. This time I crumbled a mini Babybel cheese wheel on top of it and it worked great!

    pumpkin lassi — A Brown Table
    Verdict: it's the first thing I've made in a long while that I loathed. To the point of feeling sick to my stomach. If you think the taste of yogurt is the best thing ever, which I don't, then you'd like it. But I don't, so I didn't. Maybe it was because the pumpkin didn't balance out the yogurt taste like mango tends to, in mango lassi.

    Butternut Squash Lasagna Recipe : Giada De Laurentiis : Food Network
    Verdict: Really, really good.
    FYIs and modifications:
    - Use either a VERY large squash, or more than one small squash. Otherwise you will barely have enough.
    - Cook the squash to the point of overcooking it, or else it won't blend well. Although if it doesn't blend well, it'll still be excellent in the lasagna.
    - You will most likely use less cheese than they call for.
    - I ignore the amaretti cookie thing -- why the hell would you put cookies in your lasagna?? -- but it tasted amazing anyway
    - I used dried basil and it was great, but it would be even better with fresh
    and it's nice enough to
    make a man
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    weep, do
    you?

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    I made a sandwich. Doesn't sound impressive at first. But this was an artisan, gourmet hand made organic locally sourced fair trade sandwich.
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    Pasta bolognese and lime pound cake( which is great because it's sweet-sour)
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