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What kinds of meals do you make?

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Here are the meals I will be making in the next 30 days!

* cook once make multiple meals..

Meals(Not in order according to day.. just in list format!)
Hamburger Pie (I also add green peppers and mushrooms and diced parsnips)

2 Taco's*

3 Taco Salad*

4 Taco Pizza*

5 Pork Steaks Baked potato and apple sauce

6 Hamburgers, chips and baked beans

Crockpot Pizza Casserole

Impossible Mexicali Pie 

Impossible Chicken Cordon bleu 

10 Cordon Bleu Pizza

11 Spagetti with meatballs and salad

12 Sheapherds pie

13 Sloppy Joes with french fries*

14 Turkey dinner with potatoes, squash and home made stuffing*

15 Turkey Tetrazini*

16 Turkey soup*

17  leftover turkey casserole*

18 Meatloaf with baked potatoes and green beans

19 Hawaian pizza (I LOVE MY PAMPERED CHEF PIZZA STONE!)

20 Chicken and Cheese Quesadilla's

21 Egg salad cold plate (egg salad just like from sandwiches just put on lettuce rolls and rolled) really good on busy nights!

22 Peas, Corn and Tunafish in a cheese sauce over toast..(different version of shit on a shingle)

23 Macaroni and Cheese Home made

24 Steaks and rice with california style veggies

25 Broccoli Soup with rolls and side salad

26 Beef Stew

27 Chili with corn bread and Scoops

28 Glumpkies

29 Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup

30 Taco Chicken casserole (rice, black beans chicken,corn and enchilada mix)

31 Tuna Cheese Melts with pears

by on Nov. 7, 2013 at 4:08 PM
Replies (11-20):
Pink.Frosting
by Member on Nov. 8, 2013 at 9:58 AM

I would have to stick a few "leftover" nights in there.  When I'm cooking up a storm the fridge gets full fast.  Sometimes the leftover will go to lunch the next day but I usually still need a night here and there to warm up all the leftovers to use them up.

fatcat0908
by Member on Nov. 8, 2013 at 10:01 AM
We do that just about every Saturday. We call it left over buffet.


Quoting Pink.Frosting:

I would have to stick a few "leftover" nights in there.  When I'm cooking up a storm the fridge gets full fast.  Sometimes the leftover will go to lunch the next day but I usually still need a night here and there to warm up all the leftovers to use them up.


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Countess79
by Member on Nov. 8, 2013 at 10:17 AM

I use my leftovers for lunches.. so I don't have to plan meals for lunch.. Plus it is nice to have atleast the middle of the day where I don't have to fix anything! It is just nuke it and presto food !

Quoting Pink.Frosting:

I would have to stick a few "leftover" nights in there.  When I'm cooking up a storm the fridge gets full fast.  Sometimes the leftover will go to lunch the next day but I usually still need a night here and there to warm up all the leftovers to use them up.


Countess79
by Member on Nov. 8, 2013 at 10:28 AM

Give me some ideas that you use? I have honest to God never had one..

I have heard about chicken stir fries ... but don't know what goes into one.. nor do I have a wok


Quoting matreshka:

I like making one pot (or wok) meals like stirfies. they are quick, easy, healthy and delicious.


Kaci
by on Nov. 8, 2013 at 1:03 PM
Lately meals around here have been simple and fast.
pinkcoffeecup
by Silver Member on Nov. 8, 2013 at 2:55 PM

I think it's Golabki.  It's Polish for stuffed cabbage rolls. I make them on occasion. 


Quoting shajdinyak:

What are Glumpkies lol



pinkcoffeecup
by Silver Member on Nov. 8, 2013 at 2:57 PM

I do a lot of casseroles, pasta dishes, soups, chili.  Tonight doing chicken breast Marsala. It will be served over pasta. Then a  garden salad with it. 

lyrick24
by Melissa on Nov. 8, 2013 at 4:24 PM

 i make alot of the things you mentioned.

KenzieQsMommy
by Heather on Nov. 8, 2013 at 9:54 PM
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Holy wow I'm impressed with your list!! I think i'm gonna have to steal some ideas :)
Countess79
by Member on Nov. 9, 2013 at 8:08 AM
Polish dish is named golblackie the Hungarian dishes is called glumpkies.

the main difference between the two is that the Polish dish is covered in tomato sauce Hungarian dish is served with a light bit of melted butter


Quoting pinkcoffeecup:

I think it's Golabki.  It's Polish for stuffed cabbage rolls. I make them on occasion. 



Quoting shajdinyak:

What are Glumpkies lol




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