What Are You Cooking ?

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  1. Kidron

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    Earlier had some angel hair spaghetti, boiled potatoes(butter-salt) , sweet potatoes, broccoli, chicken breast, and rice cooked slowly in chicken stock.
    Chocolate chip cookie and an ice cream sandwich and a banana for desert.
    (if you like Ice Cream Sandwiches, then eat a banana with it once....you'll be glad you did.)
    drink was real pineapple juice, not from concentrate.
    wow, made myself hungry writing that.
    be right back....
     
  2. Allen Wynne

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    That's a good verse to use if you want to justify eating meat.
    I will have to remember it for myself.
    However, since that verse was pre-Law, it doesn't answer my question.
     
  3. Roro1972

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    How does Matt 15:17

    set with you
     
  4. for_his_glory

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    Made liver and onions last night so tonight will be hamburgers and fries. Tomorrow will be beef tips and noodles
     
  5. Roro1972

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    I had liver several times as a kid didn't take to it beef tips is my favorite with rice or noodles
     
  6. for_his_glory

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    Some people don't. We either had to eat it as a kid or go hungry so I learned to like it. My hubby likes spinach, but I can't stand the taste or smell of it.
     
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  8. gerbilwoman

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    Nothing at the moment, but I just got an electric grill and I'm excited to try it. Hoping to try these two recipes from Web MD.

    Garlic and Herb Portabella Mushrooms

    WebMD Weight Loss Clinic Members: Journal as 1/2 cup "vegetables with 1 tsp fat"

    4 portabella mushrooms, stems removed, rinsed and dried well

    3 teaspoons olive oil

    1 1/2 teaspoons diced shallots (freeze-dried diced shallots can be used)

    1 1/2 teaspoons minced garlic

    1 1/2 teaspoons finely diced fresh basil (freeze dried can be used)

    1 1/2 teaspoons finely diced fresh chives (freeze dried can be used)

    Salt and pepper as desired (optional)

    • Preheat indoor grill according to manufacturer's directions.
    • Place the mushroom caps, round side down, on a plate. Add the olive oil, shallots, garlic, basil and chives to a custard cup and stir with a small spoon to blend well.
    • Spread the olive oil herb mixture evenly over the tops (the flat side) of the mushrooms with the small spoon.
    • Place mushrooms, flat side up, in grill and lower the top (if using a contact grill). Cook about 5 minutes. Serve as a side dish (sprinkle with grated cheese if desired) or as the filling in a sandwich.
    Yield: 4 servings

    Per serving: 50 calories, 2 g protein, 4 g carbohydrate, 3.6 g fat, 0.5 gsaturated fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 1 g fiber, 3 mg sodium (more if salt is added). Calories from fat: 60%.



    Quick Fix Chicken Parmesan

    WebMD Weight Loss Clinic Members:Journal as 1 serving "lean meat with 1 tsp fat"

    2 large (or 4 small) chicken breasts, boneless and skinless

    1 1/2 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil

    Freshly ground black pepper as desired

    1/3 to 1/2 cup bottled marinara sauce or pizza sauce

    2 tablespoons shredded Parmesan cheese

    2 ounces thinly sliced or shredded part-skim mozzarella cheese

    • Preheat indoor grill according to manufacturer's directions.
    • If using large chicken breasts, cut in half so they are half as thick, to make 4 thin breasts. Lightly coat both sides of each breast with olive oil. Sprinkle with freshly ground pepper as desired (I used about 1/4 teaspoon).
    • Add chicken breasts to the grill and lower lid if using a contact grill. Cook for about 6 minutes or until chicken is nicely brown on the outside -- and moist and fully cooked on the inside.
    • Place chicken breasts on a foil-lined toaster oven pan (if using toaster oven) or cookie sheet (if using the regular oven broiler). Top each breast with 1 1/2 tablespoons of marinara or pizza sauce, then 1/2 tablespoon of Parmesan and 1/2 ounce of thinly sliced or shredded mozzarella cheese (1/8 cup). Broil in toaster oven or regular oven until cheese is nicely melted (about 2 minutes).
    • Serve as an entrée or serve on a toasted whole-wheat bun as a sandwich.
     
  9. Allen Wynne

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    To eat with unwashed hands is not a correct answer.
    Jesus had yet to die on the cross.
    The levitical laws were still in effect.
    So you still need a verse.
     
  10. Allen Wynne

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    Try it with pork chops.
     
  11. gerbilwoman

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    I don't really care for pork.
     
  12. Allen Wynne

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    No, it was just a suggestion.
    I thought maybe you might like something different.
     
  13. gerbilwoman

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    I know it was just a suggestion. Was just saying pork is not my cup of tea (but tea is, lol). I appreciate your post.
     
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    where are you? if you dont want to be around here at least lets us know you are OK
     
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    chicken and dumplings tonight, even thought those chickens walk around in their poo poo and some how get their food from the same place they walk they must be clean to eat.
     
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    8 dozen cookies...all different types.
     
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    yesterday i made date bars , orange drop cookies. chocolate chips cookies. nut balls ... pecan pie bars. lemon bars
    and breakfast :)
     
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    Now you are talking...and that's what I am talking about.
    Chocolate white chip, toll house, two kinds of shortbread (chocolate and vanilla) and aggression cookies here.

    So that way when I get in from helping out a widow with some landscaping we can decorate them with chocolate and filling (shortbread cookies).

    Takes a good bit of time for it all but...hey. it's Christmas.

    I miss having cookie swaps. They are fun. Sharing recipe and cookies and friendship.
    I like having the hearth the center of the home.
     
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    Love the orange walnut cookies.. they are like little cakes with frosting..
     
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