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  • Safari_Gal_Safari_Gal_ Member Posts: 1,276 Member Member Posts: 1,276 Member
    Mussels with spaghetti. I bought the frozen mussels at Sprouts and they are in a tomato garlic butter sauce. The ingredient list itself is good as there is no crap in it. Side of faux Caesar salad using romaine, parm, crumbled Blue Diamond rice crackers as a crouton substitute and Primal Kitchen Caesar Dressing. A quick meal on a lazy Friday.

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    @LazyBlondeChef - I love mussels! I don’t know Sprouts - I’ll have to look them up. East Coast?
  • o0Firekeeper0oo0Firekeeper0o Member Posts: 275 Member Member Posts: 275 Member

    @LazyBlondeChef - I love mussels! I don’t know Sprouts - I’ll have to look them up. East Coast?

    I first “met” Sprouts living in AZ. Absolutely LOVE them. The closest one to me now (NC) is an hour away and I am so sad!
  • Safari_Gal_Safari_Gal_ Member Posts: 1,276 Member Member Posts: 1,276 Member

    @LazyBlondeChef - I love mussels! I don’t know Sprouts - I’ll have to look them up. East Coast?

    I first “met” Sprouts living in AZ. Absolutely LOVE them. The closest one to me now (NC) is an hour away and I am so sad!

    Looked em up ... none in NYC area .. I shall have to live vicariously through you guys!! ☺️
  • LazyBlondeChefLazyBlondeChef Member Posts: 595 Member Member Posts: 595 Member
    @Safari_Gal_ @o0Firekeeper0o

    Sprouts territory is odd. Seems to be in southern and western states. The mussels are from New Wave Seafood. Looks like they're sold in a lot of stores though I've not seen them elsewhere. Here's a site with some of the stores that might carry them:
    https://nextwaveseafood.com/stores
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  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,851 Member Member Posts: 5,851 Member
    Chicken lok lak with khmer lime and pepper sauce. Traditionally, Cambodian lok lak is made with beef but works well with chicken too.
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  • Safari_Gal_Safari_Gal_ Member Posts: 1,276 Member Member Posts: 1,276 Member
    acpgee wrote: »
    Chicken lok lak with khmer lime and pepper sauce. Traditionally, Cambodian lok lak is made with beef but works well with chicken too.
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    You had me at Khmer lime 😋
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,851 Member Member Posts: 5,851 Member
    acpgee wrote: »
    Chicken lok lak with khmer lime and pepper sauce. Traditionally, Cambodian lok lak is made with beef but works well with chicken too.

    You had me at Khmer lime 😋

    The khmer lime and pepper sauce is outrageously easy, low calorie (no oil) and surprisingly delicious given how simple it is. Great on steak, eggs, fish and shellfish too. Salt content in recipe below is quite high. I would add salt and sugar to taste. For a teaspoon of ground pepper and the juice of a lime I normally add a big pinch of salt and two big pinches of sugar.

    https://maknao.wordpress.com/2010/06/28/cambodian black pepper dip/
  • ouryveouryve Member Posts: 572 Member Member Posts: 572 Member
    acpgee wrote: »
    I got my first jab of the covid vaccine after work, so hubby cooked again tonight. I forgot to photograph starter of salad with pear and candied nuts. Main of dutch zuurkool stampot (=mash with sauerkraut) and some meatballs and rookworst (=smoked sausage). I will cook tomorrow because hubby says three nights in a row of cooking has exhausted his kitchen repertoire.
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    If I visit you for dinner, please invite me on your cooking night!
  • iowalindaiowalinda Member Posts: 345 Member Member Posts: 345 Member
    Diatonic12 wrote: »
    @acpgee What can I do with a big box of spinach leaves. I sauteed up a big pan and made an omelette. I tried to cover the taste with pico and hatch chile salsa. I'm eating a big pan of all kinds of greens every day. I started that a few weeks ago. I'm not doing it for volume eating but for something else. It's really working but I don't like the taste of spinach. How can I smother it.

    I freeze my spinach and then take it out in small batches to add to my smoothies :)
  • PAPYRUS3PAPYRUS3 Member Posts: 9,391 Member Member Posts: 9,391 Member
    @Okaynoomer - viewed your profile and wowza! You've worked so so hard (I'm sure)to get where you are now. Congratulations. You must feel so great. You also should definitely be proud of yourself. 👏
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,851 Member Member Posts: 5,851 Member
    We had a snack at a streetfood stall during our afternoon walk so didn't need much dinner. Salad with croutons, blue cheese, pear and candied walnuts and pumpkin seeds. I no longer keep tins of croutons in the pantry as I discovered making them real time is very quick and easy. Melt a teaspoon or two of butter in a large-ish bowl in the microwave while you cube a slice of bread. Toss bread cubes in the melted butter and then toast 5 minutes in the air fryer while you assemble salad.
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  • snowflake954snowflake954 Member Posts: 6,461 Member Member Posts: 6,461 Member
    Afternoon!

    Brunch:
    Smoked salmon, avocado, onion and EVOO, herbs and coconut flour/flaxseed waffle.

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    Always an artistic pic Safari!
  • Safari_Gal_Safari_Gal_ Member Posts: 1,276 Member Member Posts: 1,276 Member
    Afternoon!

    Brunch:
    Smoked salmon, avocado, onion and EVOO, herbs and coconut flour/flaxseed waffle.

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    Always an artistic pic Safari!

    🤗🤗Thanks @snowflake954 !!!! 🌻
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