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  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,364 Member Member Posts: 5,364 Member
  • PAPYRUS3PAPYRUS3 Member Posts: 7,553 Member Member Posts: 7,553 Member
    NikonPal wrote: »
    NY Strip lunch: (334 cal.) NY Strip steak, Romaine Salad, hot banana peppers rings, Spanish Olives - Salad Sliced (With Minced Pimiento Strips), Red onion, Home Style - Parmesan-Romano, Grilled Vegetables, Spaghetti Squash, Balsamic Spray, Extra Virgin Olive Oil Spray, Soy Sauce (splash), garlic &herbs riced cauliflower and Asparagus Tips

    Ham Meal: (253 cal.) Grilled ham slice, Riced cauliflower, squash, pineapple, Spring mix, red onion, Spanish olive slices, tomato, Extra Virgin Olive Oil Spray and Balsamic Spray.

    Broiled Haddock: (209 cal.) Broiled haddock, rainbow slaw, apple cider vinegar, Summer is Inside - diced tomatoes, steam peeled, and lemon slice

    In the pan: Wanted to use homegrown green tomatoes….(265 cal.) Green tomato, grilled vegetables, red onion, dab of soy sauce, squash, skinless chicken thighs...

    Pork lunch (265 cal.) : Boneless Pork Chop- Grilled - Pork, Top Loin, spring mix baby, Balsamic spray, Extra Virgin Olive Oil Spray, cucumber, Spaghetti Squash, garlic &herbs riced cauliflower, Rao sauce, and pepper rings.

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    Is this you? If so, it sure looks like your had major success with your health!
  • Diatonic12Diatonic12 Member Posts: 8,256 Member Member Posts: 8,256 Member
    @acpgee Thanks so much. I made the soup. I sauteed and added the garlic. Today, it will be lime. It that's earthy twang at the end of the bite. Beets, ditto.
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,364 Member Member Posts: 5,364 Member
    Tonight's copycat KFC dinner was a bit of a fail. Doing chicken, oven fries, and roast okra all in the air fryer would have required cooking in batches so I roasted in the fan oven on a sheet pan at 20 degrees higher than the air fryer instead. Chicken skin didn't get as crispy as in the air fryer, okra burned, oven chips were overcooked. The stuff I made in advance and pulled out of the fridge like copycat KFC slaw and homemade ketchup were good though.

    Lesson learned for next time. Low oven for the okra. Cook chicken and oven fries in air fryef in batches if necessary and keep everyhing warm in the low oven.
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  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,364 Member Member Posts: 5,364 Member
    I made starter of salad with St Augur and candied walnuts. Hubby made Dutch stampot (=mash with curly endive) traditionallly eaten with sausage.
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  • senalay788senalay788 Member Posts: 126 Member Member Posts: 126 Member
  • PAPYRUS3PAPYRUS3 Member Posts: 7,553 Member Member Posts: 7,553 Member
    ^yum - yes the tahini drizzle is a 'must' for most dishes imo 🤣😛
  • Diatonic12Diatonic12 Member Posts: 8,256 Member Member Posts: 8,256 Member
    @acpgee I tried your bangin' good ideas. They worked. I almost made something pretty enough to post on here. I can't begin to compete with your beautiful dishes but you inspire me to no end. You make me wonder what's the food scene like in Italy now, snowflake.
  • snowflake954snowflake954 Member Posts: 5,339 Member Member Posts: 5,339 Member
    Diatonic12 wrote: »
    @acpgee I tried your bangin' good ideas. They worked. I almost made something pretty enough to post on here. I can't begin to compete with your beautiful dishes but you inspire me to no end. You make me wonder what's the food scene like in Italy now, snowflake.

    Our food scene is always in evolution. New ideas come out all the time. It's one of the greatest countries to live in ---if you like to cook.
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,364 Member Member Posts: 5,364 Member
    Vegetable pie w spinach, green beans, mushrooms, tomatoes, ricotta, parmigiano, eggs, and cream.

    Great idea to line the pie dish with silicon paper. Less work than greasing the tin and probably easier to turn out too.
  • snowflake954snowflake954 Member Posts: 5,339 Member Member Posts: 5,339 Member
    Yup--and cleanup is a snap. I use parchment paper a lot now.
  • Diatonic12Diatonic12 Member Posts: 8,256 Member Member Posts: 8,256 Member
    My aunt told me to use pressNseal wrap or plastic wrap for the top of the 'fridge, swap out as needed. Works great. No dust.
  • kosseychickkosseychick Member Posts: 233 Member Member Posts: 233 Member
    Cocoa, raspberry and flax infused Kodiak pancakes topped with strawberries and whip
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,364 Member Member Posts: 5,364 Member
    Vietnamese savoury pancakes where we replaced bean sprouts with grated carrot because that's what we had languishing at the bottom of the fridge. You are meant to wrap bits of pancake and herbs in lettuce leaves and dip in nuoc cham sauce, but we only had torn up lettuce in the fridge so had that component as a salad. Thai pomelo salad where we substituted grapefruit because pomelos are not in season yet (unless you have a green grocer whose supplier air lifts instead of ships).
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  • PKM0515PKM0515 Member Posts: 1,377 Member Member Posts: 1,377 Member
    @acpgee, that looks SO good!
  • BarbaraHelen2013BarbaraHelen2013 Member Posts: 1,257 Member Member Posts: 1,257 Member
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    Quorn Fajitas
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,364 Member Member Posts: 5,364 Member
    I made salad with cantaloupe and serrano ham. Hubby made linguine with meatballs. I did a creme brulee made with semi skimmed milk.
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