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What's for dinner?

Discussion in 'Young Adults' started by Butterfly, Feb 13, 2013.

  1. Butterfly

    Butterfly Tins the Chocoholic

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    Tonight was taco soup, made in the slow cooker. I'm loving being able to throw stuff in there. I didn't realize how great it was :D
     
  2. Mcrfan343

    Mcrfan343 Jesus Freak for life.

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    Taco soup? O.O
     
  3. Butterfly

    Butterfly Tins the Chocoholic

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    Yep!

    Browned ground beef, tomato soup, tomato juice, kidney beans, taco seasoning, and onion, mix it all in and let it cook for 4-6 hours in the slow cooker...it was pretty good! Put cheese on top and eat some Tostitos with it or something :D
     
  4. CoachR64

    CoachR64 Awesome, with a side order of amazing

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    Tonight was leftovers from last night, dripped beef sandwiches.

    3lb beef shoulder roast, a small white onion, a small jar of pepperocinis, and one pack of aus jus gravey mix. I combined all the ingredients and a little water in a crockpot. Cooked on low all day 10-12 hours. About the 8 hour mark, I pulled the roast out and shredded it. Then added it back in to soak in the juice. Served open face on a hoagie bun with Swiss cheese. Delicious!

    Have also served it on a baked potato for a really feeling meal. My wife and I have eatn it for two meals and there is enough for at least a third.
     
  5. Wren

    Wren Well-Known Member

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    Chicken alfredo with broccoli and rice
     
  6. Mcrfan343

    Mcrfan343 Jesus Freak for life.

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    Sounds delicious.
     
  7. Butterfly

    Butterfly Tins the Chocoholic

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    It was really seriously quite good.
     
  8. Butterfly

    Butterfly Tins the Chocoholic

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    One of my favorites!
     
  9. Mcrfan343

    Mcrfan343 Jesus Freak for life.

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    I'll take your word for it. Gee, now I'm hungry.
     
  10. Butterfly

    Butterfly Tins the Chocoholic

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    :D sorry...sorta :D
     
  11. Mcrfan343

    Mcrfan343 Jesus Freak for life.

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    :d
     
  12. Mrs. Luther073082

    Mrs. Luther073082 Commit to the LORD whatever you do - Proverbs 16:3

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    We had the leftovers from last night's dinner of steaks, green beans, and baked potatoes.
     
  13. Verve

    Verve No grit, no pearl.

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    Chicken and rice with leftover strawberries and chocolate for dessert.
     
  14. Far Above Rubies

    Far Above Rubies Guest

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    Fried Chicken, potato salad
     
  15. SeekerOfChrist94

    SeekerOfChrist94 Grandma ♡ June 26, 1942 - January 10, 2017 5:32 pm

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    Tonight I went to Chipotle with my friend. Had a steak bowl with white and brown rice, refried beans, corn, and loooots of cheese.
     
  16. SeekerOfChrist94

    SeekerOfChrist94 Grandma ♡ June 26, 1942 - January 10, 2017 5:32 pm

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    Chicken legs
     
  17. Niffer

    Niffer So...that just happened.

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    Lemon Chicken, Green Beans and Couscous. Delish!! :D
     
  18. Andres88

    Andres88 Contributor

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    I'm not sure what I'll have for dinner today. Actually, I shouldn't have it: ate too much during the day.
     
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