What did you have for dinner last night?

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    Pollo Verde from LaLuna

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    I heart La Luna.

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    Smoked chicken Fajitas

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    Pizza on whole wheat pita with spinach, mushrooms, peppers and turkey pepperoni.

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    Originally Posted by soonerprices View Post
    Smoked chicken Fajitas
    I am thinking smoked chicken nachos with my leftovers tonight.
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    Fish tacos from Chuys

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    Bowl of rasin bran. Might have well eaten a bottle of colon blow.
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    Originally Posted by Sieve View Post
    I am thinking smoked chicken nachos with my leftovers tonight.
    We've done that before as well. I usually pull the meat on the chick and we'll do casseroles, nachos, tacos etc.

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    Originally Posted by McJagger View Post
    lemonade
    Did it work?

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    Tonight we went to Teds, because the kids wanted some quesadillas. It was just pretty good, as always. Never anything special, but serviceable. I had the Chicken Fajita Enchiladas with guac.

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    It was 2 hours ago & I can't remember. :-|

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    Originally Posted by Cthulhu View Post
    Did it work?
    like a charm. but i haven't stuck my tongue in anyone's mouth, so i'm not positive.

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    Originally Posted by McJagger View Post
    like a charm. but i haven't stuck my tongue in anyone's mouth, so i'm not positive.
    That makes a difference?

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    Nm

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    Blonde?

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    Originally Posted by RMoGib View Post
    Blonde?
    You asking me?

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    I'm asking if I did a blonde thing. I know you're not blonde.

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    I've gone peach right now.

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    Use sunscreen on your noggin.

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    Originally Posted by RMoGib View Post
    Use sunscreen on your noggin.
    Doh. I left it at the house. Going to have to go back before I headed to the course.

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    Smh

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    Originally Posted by RMoGib View Post
    Smh
    Don't you parent me.

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    Careful, your face will freeze like that. And stand up straight.

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    Originally Posted by RMoGib View Post
    Careful, your face will freeze like that. And stand up straight.
    yes ma'am

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    Portabella mushroom ravioli, broccoli and .......wine

    A can of diced tomatoes with fresh garlic, dried oregano, red pepper flakes and some salt and pepper. Blended together, short simmer and on top of the ravioli. Easy quick and tasty
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    Steak, potatoes and steamed broccoli.

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    Originally Posted by RMoGib View Post
    That makes a difference?
    second opinions can be valuable

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    Originally Posted by McJagger View Post
    second opinions can be valuable
    Indeed.

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    I'll post this in the recipe thread, but I gotta share this with you guys. This is a recipe I grew up with and was one of my favorite meals growing up. Essentially, it's a baked chicken with a cheesy chile sauce topped with cheese. Best way to eat it is slice the breast long ways, roll it up in a corn tortilla that has been softened on a greased griddle and dip it in the sauce you bake it in. Serve with typical Mexican side dishes. So ****ing good.....

    ALAS DE ANGEL
    Serving Size : 6

    6 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
    3 tbs. butter
    1 cup chicken broth
    1 onion chopped
    3 long green chiles, roasted and peeled (or 4 oz. canned), diced
    1 or 2 jalapeños, diced
    1 clove garlic, chopped
    1 TBS flour
    1/2 cup cream
    Salt and pepper
    1/2 tsp. dried oregano
    1/2 cup shredded Monterey Jack cheese

    Brown chicken lightly in half the butter. Place in single layer on baking dish. Add 1/2 cup broth, cover tightly and bake 20 minutes. Meanwhile, sauté onion in remaining butter until soft; add diced chiles and garlic. Cook for a couple of minutes. Stir in flour. Stir in broth and the broth from the breasts. Cook until thickened. Pour into a blender and puree until smooth. (Cover blender with a towel so it won't erupt.) Pour back into skillet and add cream, salt and pepper to taste, and oregano. Heat just to simmer, pour over chicken and top with cheese. Bake at 350°F. for 25 to 30 minutes until chicken is hot through and cheese glazed. Serves 6.
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    Grilled salmon. and steamed squash.

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    Originally Posted by jdmt37 View Post
    Grilled salmon. and steamed squash.
    You eat better than a king.
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    Originally Posted by jdmt37 View Post
    Grilled salmon. and steamed squash.
    Yum.

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    Beef short ribs , corn on the cob, salad and a soft pretzel roll

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    veggie chili

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    Frozen pizza and red wine (Jeremiah's Red)

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    Bison pot roast, veggies cooked with it and mashed potatoes with gravy.
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    I made tacos.

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    A tofu Dog.
    That's right.

    Found some good, Extra Firm Tofu. Seared that stuff in some Butter, Sriracha sauce, and a bit of Soy sauce.
    Threw some onions in the pan to soften them up during the abrasive giving.

    Loaded it on a whole wheat bun - and get this:
    I added mayo to the TOP
    ****ing delicious.

    I ate it twice.
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    uber super vegan burger from the earth cafe...fan-freakin-tastic!

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    Garlic chicken and potstickers. I don't care if it was cat, it was tasty.

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    Originally Posted by soonerprices View Post
    You like cat do ya?
    A good lean meat

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    Sooner Swirl

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    A breakfast sandwich made with a honey what sandwich round, Canadian bacon and Egg Beaters and some fruit salad.

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    I've got a chicken in brine just waiting for the grill.
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    A sammich. An actual sammich.
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    Tacos

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    Leftover frozen pizza, toasted rice and milk, ribs.

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    Chicken breast strips marinated in Frank's hot sauce, then coated with crushed corn flakes and lightly sprayed with cooking spray (Pam). Baked in a 400 degree oven. Serve with more hot sauce and blue cheese crumbles.

    Roasted asparagus and a salad to round out the meal along with fresh raspberries for dessert.

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