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  • beabria
    beabria Posts: 271 Member
    Miso glazed salmon with quinoa and baby bok choy. The salmon and quinoa were tasty, but I still haven't mastered cooking bok choy so that the stems are done but the leaves aren't falling apart!
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  • beabria
    beabria Posts: 271 Member
    edited June 25
    I'm loving big smoothies for a light lunch! But, I've never been a fan of tropical smoothies. This one is a "red velvet" smoothie, with lots of beets and cauliflower and cocoa powder. I also added a scoop of protein powder and a couple TBSP of nuts to make it "stick around" until dinner. Total of ~350 calories for this and the other 1/2 glass left in the blender!

    [An aside - is there a way to make the image smaller? I've tried all the BBCodes I can find for specifying image size, but get the same huge image. :( ]
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  • acpgee
    acpgee Posts: 6,656 Member
    beabria wrote: »
    Miso glazed salmon with quinoa and baby bok choy. The salmon and quinoa were tasty, but I still haven't mastered cooking bok choy so that the stems are done but the leaves aren't falling apart!
    I have been having the same issue with choi sam and have experimented with different cooking times for stems and leaves. Surprisingly for choi sam where the leaves can be leathery I get best results by starting to stir fry leaves for a minute for a minute first before adding in the stems. Probably the opposite order for bok choi.
  • acpgee
    acpgee Posts: 6,656 Member
    Dinner party at my place. Air fryer fish tempura, kakiage, Chinese aubergine salad and rice. Dessert was a lemon air fryer cheesecake.
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  • BarbaraHelen2013
    BarbaraHelen2013 Posts: 1,877 Member
    Mung Bean Dhal, Broad Beans & Asparagus, Salad Leaves with Shredded Beetroot and a spiced Mint Raita.

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  • LazyBlondeChef
    LazyBlondeChef Posts: 1,983 Member
    Cajun boudin sausage, black beans, rice w/salsa verde. This sausage was from the recent butcher I found. It includes ground pork, rice, pork liver, onion and seasoning. I wasn't aware of this when I got it. It was on the dry side and I hate liver though the amount used was small as the sausage itself was tolerable though not something I'd buy again.

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  • acpgee
    acpgee Posts: 6,656 Member
    Salad with feta and stilton butter croutons. Warmed up leftover air fryer fish tempura with some horseradish sauce.
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  • janicemlove
    janicemlove Posts: 228 Member
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    Bought lunch at work: Mediterranean chicken bowl and some spicy watermelon.
  • janicemlove
    janicemlove Posts: 228 Member
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    Steak, rice from my new zojirushi rice maker (fantastic), green beans in garlic chili oil, carrots w brown sugar.
  • azuki84
    azuki84 Posts: 176 Member
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    lightly breaded air fried chicken thigh, sesame oil+soy, rice.
  • acpgee
    acpgee Posts: 6,656 Member
    Linguine cacio pepe with grilled aubergines and courgettes.
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  • LazyBlondeChef
    LazyBlondeChef Posts: 1,983 Member
    Beef patty, mashed potatoes, Thai chopped salad (from a kit).

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  • LazyBlondeChef
    LazyBlondeChef Posts: 1,983 Member
    Went out for catfish & fries.

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  • 1948CWB
    1948CWB Posts: 454 Member
    LazyBlondeChef ~ My dad had a catfish restaurant in the 70-80's that was visited from people from miles around! I actually loved the fried shrimp and coleslaw there. To me the best part of the catfish was the fried tails....LOL.
  • LazyBlondeChef
    LazyBlondeChef Posts: 1,983 Member
    We were trying to find a place for brunch today and everywhere that had decent reviews was either closed or had huge lines so we ended up having cajun food. Spicy fettuccine Alfredo with alligator. Garlic bread. I knew I was taking a risk with pasta here (I prefer mine al dente) but outside of it being overcooked the dish was flavorful.

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