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Old Mon, Dec-17-18, 09:59
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Hamburger patty with Italian seasoning, salt & pepper with. Thin slice of pepper jack cheese, lettuce and tomatoes.
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Old Mon, Dec-17-18, 12:20
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I tried my hand at bacon-wrapped scallops last night. They came out pretty nicely. I think if you just cook them until the bacon is cooked, they're pretty idiot-proof.

Kinda stunk up the house, though... I think I'll be waiting until windows-open weather to try these again.
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Old Mon, Dec-17-18, 23:36
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Plan: Suzanne Somers; LC
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Kristine, oh yum! Did you use big scallops? How did you make them?

Tonight was Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms, sounded like a pretty pedestrian recipe until I made it... wowzers...the sauce alone is good enough to accompany steak for a holiday meal.... Like silk. Had butter, red wine, HC - and you braised the portobellos in it before the cream was added.
The "stuffed" part was a thawed pkg of spinach, herbs, cream cheese, then topped with Parm and Mozzarella, with the sauce poured around the mushrooms, and broiled.
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Old Tue, Dec-18-18, 00:04
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Plan: Atkins DANDR
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Kristine, oh yum! Did you use big scallops? How did you make them?

Tonight was Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms, sounded like a pretty pedestrian recipe until I made it... wowzers...the sauce alone is good enough to accompany steak for a holiday meal.... Like silk. Had butter, red wine, HC - and you braised the portobellos in it before the cream was added.
The "stuffed" part was a thawed pkg of spinach, herbs, cream cheese, then topped with Parm and Mozzarella, with the sauce poured around the mushrooms, and broiled.


That recipe sounds really great Kat!
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Old Tue, Dec-18-18, 00:59
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Kristine, oh yum! Did you use big scallops? How did you make them?
I used (cheaper) small bay scallops. I cut the bacon in half. I put two scallops on a toothpick, and wrapped with a bacon half-slice. I baked them at 375 or 400F (I forget!) but I already had the oven on from making my other stuff. I just watched for the bacon to be cooked but not overcooked or crispy. It was probably 15 minutes?

I also found recipes in which you broil them (watch them and flip them half way through) or pan-fry them.

Your stuffed mushrooms sound great, too! Mushrooms and wine are my not-so-secret ingredients for really good stew. Lots of umami goodness, especially if it's tomato based.

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Old Thu, Dec-20-18, 14:59
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melted butter mix with egg
omelette
simple quick
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Old Wed, Dec-26-18, 05:38
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Plan: Suzanne Somers; LC
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Thanks Meme, it was really good!

Thank you Kristine for the recipe - sounds delish.

I forgot to post last night: Ribeye Au Poivre, Eggplant Napoleons and LC Eggnog, but it was spiked.
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Old Mon, Dec-31-18, 16:46
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Beef bourguignon...my version made with sauteed onions, carrots, celery, a bit of juice from canned tomatoes and without wine (didn't have any and DH doesn't tend to like it). Sides of mashed cauliflower and roasted Brussels sprouts. I love this WOE!

Happy New Year!!!

Edited to note: I didn't eat any of the carrots...they've never been a favorite, but DH likes them.

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Old Tue, Jan-01-19, 00:22
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Plan: Suzanne Somers; LC
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Happy New Year!
Angels on Horseback (bacon-wrapped oysters) and a yam/potato salad that isn't too bad carb-wise. Prosecco in a little 20s champagne glass!
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Old Tue, Jan-01-19, 00:56
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I ate part of a T-bone with a pot of Zucchini/onion/garlic/butter/Parmesan cheese.
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Old Wed, Jan-02-19, 05:00
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Plan: Low carb
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2 fried eggs with cheese, cauliflower with mayo, cucumber slices, olives and gherkins, wholegrain mustard. delish
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Old Thu, Jan-03-19, 08:53
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sautéed chicken livers with breakfast sausage covered in shredded mozzarella.
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Old Fri, Jan-04-19, 12:38
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Old Sat, Jan-05-19, 17:35
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Plan: Atkins 40
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Chinese takeout: Steamed vegetables and chicken which I seasoned with soy sauce and coconut oil), a cup of egg drop soup, and two beef teriyaki sticks.
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Old Sat, Jan-05-19, 23:21
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Ribs from the pellet grill and Miller Lite.
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