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  • JL2513JL2513 Member Posts: 867 Member Member Posts: 867 Member
  • ChipChocolatePancakeChipChocolatePancake Member Posts: 77 Member Member Posts: 77 Member
    Made this Blue Apron meal tonight! Pork and ginger meatballs with cabbage, white rice, and a soy glaze. Topped with radishes marinated in vinegar and sesame oil. Soooo good!



    edited March 2018
  • shannonreidwiltshireshannonreidwiltshire Member Posts: 50 Member Member Posts: 50 Member
    Made this Blue Apron meal tonight! Pork and ginger meatballs with cabbage, white rice, and a soy glaze. Topped with radishes marinated in vinegar and sesame oil. Soooo good!



    I had that last week and it was so good!
  • JL2513JL2513 Member Posts: 867 Member Member Posts: 867 Member
    Vegan ice cream and pizza! Vanilla strawberry twist with shortbread crumble, berries and chocolate.
    And vegan pesto chicken bacon ranch pizza! This was delicious and I'm a carnivore. Also a bunch of protein smoothies.
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  • 2bassets2bassets Member Posts: 195 Member Member Posts: 195 Member
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    Homemade chicken lo mein stir fry <3o:)


    Recipe please?!
  • 2bassets2bassets Member Posts: 195 Member Member Posts: 195 Member
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    Chocolate pb cottage cheese with raspberries and bananas topped with some cinnamon.

    Do you have a recipe for this? Yummy!

  • jelly_potatojelly_potato Member Posts: 77 Member Member Posts: 77 Member
    Grilled tofu, boiled potatoes, pickles, roasted veggies and a fresh salad. Gets a participatory reward for creativity but it's very satisfying nonetheless.
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  • JL2513JL2513 Member Posts: 867 Member Member Posts: 867 Member
  • LovesDogsAndBooksLovesDogsAndBooks Member Posts: 190 Member Member Posts: 190 Member
    madwells1 wrote: »
    My first whole fish!!!

    Roasted striped bass with onions/tomatoes/lemon and fresh dill, a side of sauteed spinach and garlic, and some barley made with fresh chicken bone broth.

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    Love it! I grew up being served whole fish, even with the head still on, but a lot of Americans are just grossed out by it, I assume that's why your post was wooed :/
  • miramayemiramaye Member, Premium Posts: 37 Member Member, Premium Posts: 37 Member
    Crockpot chicken taquitos, guacamole, and refried beans.
  • madwells1madwells1 Member, Premium Posts: 510 Member Member, Premium Posts: 510 Member
    No worries. If getting Woo'd by someone is the worse thing to happen to me today...then I am doing great!
  • DowntonJulDowntonJul Member, Premium Posts: 39 Member Member, Premium Posts: 39 Member
    It was a week for cocktails!
    Kentucky Mules
    Margaritas
    Lentil soup with spinach and chicken sausage
    Chicken Butter Masala with Roasted potatoes
    Banana bread

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  • PhaewrynPhaewryn Member Posts: 133 Member Member Posts: 133 Member
    2 days food stuffs (not including snacks):

    Quinoa Veggie Protein bites/muffins
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    Ingredients:
    4 Large Eggs
    0.25 cup (46g) Quinoa (prepared in water and cooled)
    85 grams Carrots, diced
    5 ounces of Rainbow Bell Peppers, chopped
    1/4 cup Whey Protein Concentrate
    4 tbsp Mild Southwestern Salsa (the kind with black beans and corn in it)
    1 tsp Minced Garlic
    1/4 tsp Ground Nutmeg
    1/4 tsp Cajun Seasoning
    1 tsp Mrs Dash type seasoning
    1/2 tsp Dried Thyme
    1 tsp Saffron Rice Seasoning (yellow rice seasoning)
    1 tbsp, Extra Virgin Olive Oil

    Prepare quinoa in advance and allow to cool. Dice carrots and saute in the tablespoon of olive oil, covering to allow to steam til just no longer crunchy. Transfer to bowl and put in freezer to cool. Crack 2 eggs into a bullet blender and add the whey protein powder, blend til smooth and blended. Transfer to mixing bowl, scraping sides of bullet cup clean. (if you don't have a bullet blender just whisk it in as best you can) Add the 2 other eggs, and all the other ingredients and stir til mixed. Spray nonstick muffin tins with some nonstick spray. In regular-sized muffin tins this make 9 muffins and each muffin is almost exactly 90 calories. Fill the muffin cups til almost full using a big spoon and being sure stir the mixture so you get an even egg to solids ratio in each cup, and bake at 325 until the centers are no longer liquid (it's egg, so it's pretty easy to eyeball or just poke it with a toothpick and if it comes out mostly dry they are done). These are quite mild, if you wanted you could use a hot salsa or add more spices. It's also easy to scale the recipe up to make more.

    Nutritionals per piece:
    Calories 90
    Total Carbohydrate 6 g
    Sugars 2 g
    Protein 6 g
    Dietary Fiber 1 g
    Total Fat 4 g
    Saturated Fat 1 g
    Monounsaturated Fat 2 g
    Polyunsaturated Fat 1 g
    Trans Fat 0 g
    Cholesterol 87 mg
    Sodium 107 mg (you can get this lower by leaving out the saffron rice seasoning which is high in salt)
    Potassium 68 mg

    Boneless skinless chicken breast over herb spring mix with radishes with Ken's Light Caesar dressing
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    Pork Stew
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    Herbed sweet potato homefries cooked with onion, garlic, and rainbow bell peppers in olive oil with ketchup
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    Protein shake
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    and I'm now eating another serving of the pork stew for dinner again tonight (looks the same as last night)



    edited March 2018
  • JL2513JL2513 Member Posts: 867 Member Member Posts: 867 Member
    crazyravr wrote: »
    A beauty. Why someone wooed you is beyond me lol

    Wait, I thought the "Woo" was a good thing! Like woohoo....
  • vegmebuffvegmebuff Member Posts: 31,389 Member Member Posts: 31,389 Member
    JL2513 wrote: »
    crazyravr wrote: »
    A beauty. Why someone wooed you is beyond me lol

    Wait, I thought the "Woo" was a good thing! Like woohoo....

    I initially thought so too...until I looked closer at the 'emoji' face...he/she doesn't look too impressed
  • widgit808widgit808 Member, Premium Posts: 159 Member Member, Premium Posts: 159 Member
    JL2513 wrote: »
    crazyravr wrote: »
    A beauty. Why someone wooed you is beyond me lol

    Wait, I thought the "Woo" was a good thing! Like woohoo....

    I thought the same thing!
  • vegmebuffvegmebuff Member Posts: 31,389 Member Member Posts: 31,389 Member
    crazyravr wrote: »
    JL2513 wrote: »
    crazyravr wrote: »
    A beauty. Why someone wooed you is beyond me lol

    Wait, I thought the "Woo" was a good thing! Like woohoo....

    Yeap, its what we all thought. But its a "bad" thing it seems lol
    I was also going to woo @madwells1 hahaha :) because the fish is missing the head, and I like to see the eyes and gills when I buy the fish to check how fresh it was :) I also like to cook the whole fish, cheeks and eyes are delish :)

    My nieces 'fight' over who gets the eyes! lol!

    p.s. I 'woohoo' your lunch today too...yummo I'm sure
    edited March 2018
  • madwells1madwells1 Member, Premium Posts: 510 Member Member, Premium Posts: 510 Member
    crazyravr wrote: »
    I was also going to woo @madwells1 hahaha :) because the fish is missing the head, and I like to see the eyes and gills when I buy the fish to check how fresh it was :) I also like to cook the whole fish, cheeks and eyes are delish :)

    Killing me!! It was my first fish so go easy on me. You should have seen my face when I had to actually touch it at the market when I picked it out of the pile to inspect the eyes and the gills. Ewwww.

    Baby steps!! You should see me put a worm on a hook. Double Ewwww.



  • thynes1313thynes1313 Member Posts: 1,623 Member Member Posts: 1,623 Member
    Ohhhhh! I would LOVE the recipe for that Shrimp coconut curry! I have been craving curry and was thinking it's time I attempt it at home.
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