Thursday Meals 7.26.18

Discussion in 'Kitchen Chatter' started by teachermomof2, Jul 26, 2018.

  1. teachermomof2

    teachermomof2 Santa's Elves

    What's cooking?

    I'm planning Lemon Basil Chicken, Rice Pilaf and Air Fryer Zucchini Chips for dinner.
     
  2. missjane

    missjane Well-Known Member

    For lunch, I cooked baked fish, roasted potatoes, and fresh tomato, cucumber, and onion salad.
    For supper, I'm making dirty rice and cornbread.
     
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  3. PamelaG

    PamelaG Moderator Staff Member

    And I'm coming to your house! Sounds so good.
     
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  4. housewife2

    housewife2 Well-Known Member

    bq pork chops mac and cheese and green beans to nite
     
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  5. MrsSoup

    MrsSoup Well-Known Member

    Steak with scalloped potatoes and green beans!
     
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  6. PamelaG

    PamelaG Moderator Staff Member

    Fish & Chips with mushy peas from the English store with Spotted Dick and custard for dessert. It's another Jolly Old England menu.

    Auntys Spotted Dick.jpg
     
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  7. Ahorsesoul

    Ahorsesoul Santa's Elves

    I was totally lazy today. Canned baked beans (doctored up) and hot dogs that I tossed in the crock-pot at noon. Very easy.

    Pam, I have a Cranberry Pudding recipe that I make once in a while. A nurse in North Dakota shared it with me. She said it was from her Aunt who was from England. The recipe says to just put foil over the pan when baking.
     
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  8. PamelaG

    PamelaG Moderator Staff Member

    That sounds interesting. When I think of English puddings, I think steamed with foil over the basin (like a thick mixing bowl that you stand on a trivet in a pan of boiling water). Of course, pudding is also the general term for any kind of dessert!
     

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