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What's for Dinner, Tues., April 17, 2024 (Original Post) NJCher Apr 16 OP
I made a tuna melt. Cold decafe tea irisblue Apr 16 #1
This message was self-deleted by its author ariadne0614 Apr 16 #2
We are thawing out shrimp. Mr.Bill Apr 16 #3
coconut shrimp is good NJCher Apr 16 #5
I do like coconut shrimp, Mr.Bill Apr 16 #7
Meatloaf sandwich on French toast with Emile Apr 16 #4
leftovers of some sort tonight mike_c Apr 16 #6
homemade pizza MissMillie Apr 16 #8
I just checked the Food Rot Watch List - there's some Mozarella cheese that is best used by 4/15-4/17 progree Apr 16 #9
Frittata, with mustard greens Retrograde Apr 16 #10
one of my favorite combinations NJCher Apr 16 #11
Mine's a red frilly kind Retrograde Apr 16 #12

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NJCher

(36,100 posts)
5. coconut shrimp is good
Tue Apr 16, 2024, 06:11 PM
Apr 16

but a little tedious with the breading and all. It cooks so fast, though, it sort of makes up for it.


Mr.Bill

(24,438 posts)
7. I do like coconut shrimp,
Tue Apr 16, 2024, 06:31 PM
Apr 16

but we don't have any coconut. I think we are just going to make shrimp cocktails.

progree

(11,014 posts)
9. I just checked the Food Rot Watch List - there's some Mozarella cheese that is best used by 4/15-4/17
Tue Apr 16, 2024, 08:48 PM
Apr 16

will have that with my leftover spaghetti. With some slow-cooker cooked (for 12+ hours) chicken.

NJCher

(36,100 posts)
11. one of my favorite combinations
Tue Apr 16, 2024, 10:52 PM
Apr 16

I love spicy mustard greens with a frittata, scrambled eggs, or omelette. They are so easy to grow. Here's a pic of mine, but I have many other kinds. This one is wasabi greens:



I wish it wasn't dark. I'd go take a pic of this red frilly mustard green I'm growing .

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