GreenValli wrote: »
For lunch, pulled pork for sandwiches, with baby carrots and spinach. I used a crockpot overnight for the pork. and did the rest this morning.
Nessiechickie wrote: »
Pork chops In mushroom soup and extra seasoning.
Put on BBQ with salted cheese curds.
Salad and corn on the cob done in foil .. all on the BBQ
amgreenwell wrote: »
Roasted thyme and garlic pork tenderloin with black eyed peas
allisonlane161 wrote: »
Last night's dinner was a huge salad with carnitas on top, mango salsa and raspberry balsamic vinegar. Today's breakfast was buckwheat groats made with cashew milk, homemade yogurt, and turbo chocolate protein powder. I do most of my cooking in an instant pot and air fryer.
amgreenwell wrote: »
Last night's dinner was a one-pan chicken and rice with tons of basil and steamed squash
hesn92 wrote: »
Last night my husband grilled chicken thighs (marinade was soy sauce, pineapple, brown sugar, sriracha, ketchup, garlic and ginger, yum) And I made a sheet pan of roasted veggies, baked potatoes, and rolls.
acpgee wrote: »
Sunday dinner washttp://www.onedishcloser.com/blog/2011/2/7/larbilicious.htmlhttps://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/252618/chocolate-sorbet
puffbrat wrote: »
Grilled chicken breast with heirloom tomato and zucchini galette.
jasondjulian wrote: »
I wanted some chicken for dinner last night, and I like pan roasted tomatoes..so I put this together.
Pan seared (cast iron, of course) chicken breasts, green peppers, onions, green beans, and cherry tomatoes in a white wine reduction sauce. Made enough for 2 people, but the entire dish was just a hair under 700 calories (see my diary for 8/7/2018-Dinner). I weighed everything to the gram. Please excuse the dirty stove top, it needs cleaning.
It was amazing.
lynn_glenmont wrote: »
I'm in the northern hemisphere, so this time of year, most of my from-scratch meals are veggies and fruits I can eat cold, maybe some toasted bread or English muffins spread with hummus and topped with raw tomatoes and cucumbers, maybe some cheese ... anything that doesn't heat up the kitchen and the house. I will boil a small pot of water for corn. If I want animal flesh, it's most likely either cold deli meat, cold rotisserie chicken, or canned fish. Canned beans are fine cold.It's probably been close to two weeks since I literally cooked a meal -- it was tofu and scrambled eggs with sauteed onions and curry seasoning, followed by a second course of salad (romaine, lettuce, avocado, and bacon). I cooked the entire package of bacon at once in the oven (in the long run, it heats up the house less than cooking a small batch multiple times on top of the stove, and I don't care for the way microwaved bacon smells), then I had it to use in salads and BLTs, or to pair with a waffle or toast at breakfast, or just to munch on like jerky for a snack.
tcunbeliever wrote: »
beef roast with potatoes, carrots, and onions in a creamy mushroom sauce
kelly_stevens81 wrote: »
Quick oats for breakfast this morning and blueberries with yogurt for dessert last night. However the last real cooking I did was yesterday when i made homemade black bean and sweet potato burgers. They turned out good and were fairly easy to make.
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