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Old 01-09-2010, 07:01 PM   #1831
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Seriously, right?!!! Between that and the chili above, I feel like eating a second dinner now! A BIIIG one.
I KNOW, I mean, I don't even LIKE chili all that much, but THAT looks good.
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Old 01-09-2010, 07:02 PM   #1832
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Finally worked! Thanks! Okay dinner tonight.

Fillet with sour cream
Broccoli with cheese
garlic and herb shrimp sauteed in butter




Yaaaaay!!! You got it!!
And that looks AWESOME!! My 3 favorite things on one plate!! *slurp*
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lol.... mmmm melted cheddar inside a hunk of sausage. ok. im at work, and now im hungry, and all i have here is an atkins shake lol
Food Land lab is now open...although I didn't get real fancy because I think I might have over done it at the gym yesterday... So I don't feel like standing on my feet.

I used a muffin pan to cook them in so I made an even dozen...they are in the oven now

I mixed 1 lb ground round with 1 lb Jimmy Dean Hot Sausage

I made 8 'meatball thingys' wrapped around mushrooms

and 4 'meatball thingys' wrapped around a square of Kraft Naturals Cheese
it's a blend of Parmasean (sp?) Sharp Cheddar and Swiss...It's harder than regular cheddar so hopefully it won't melt and disappear while baking.

Decided since I was up I would go ahead and cook for the week...also made some meatballs and Angus chuck steaks and Chicken breasts....

No Excuses this week!

Pictures in a little while =even if it turns out to be a disaster
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Yaaaaay!!! You got it!!
And that looks AWESOME!! My 3 favorite things on one plate!! *slurp*
YUMMMMMY makes me want to lick the screen:blush:
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Pictures in a little while =even if it turns out to be a disaster
Waiting patiently.........

NOT!!!
Can't wait to see what you have created!!
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Meatball Thingys/ Scotch Mushrooms

IT WORKED!!

The mushroom one came out great, I am assuming the cheese one did too. I had to snatch the plate from the jaws of a 13 yr old jock on a feeding frenzy as you will see. My oven cooks at a lower temp in front so the cheese picture looks a little pinkish in the middle...My son didn't care nuked it in the microwave and continued to eat.
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errr was trying not to have ginormous pictures afraid I went a little to far in the other direction...LOL click on them to see what is actually on the plate:blush:
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Yum!!! Shroomies! That's a neat idea - will have to give it a go. The cheese one looks great, too.

Speaking of...where's my morning cheese?
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Those really do look good. I am going to make some for sure.
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This has been such a good thread! I'm back on induction again, so this has been lots of help!
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Dinner tonight

Huge sirloin burger with onions and colby jack cheese with 2 small dill pickles, mustard and mayo. YUMMY!

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Breakfast

Hello all. Here are some breakfast foods that hit the spot and are good for you.
An Atkins bakemix waffle and a mexican omelette and bacon.

I am back on induction AGAIN.

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we had these for dinner...so yummie. I think they are induction friendly ....feel free to say if they aren't. You might have to cut back on the onions. However, this makes like 30 mini burgers so each one doesn't have much onion in it at all!



mini cowboy burgers minus buns, topped with guacamole and a thin slice of a roma tomato! yum!

Cowboy Burgers Recipe #66229 @CDKitchen
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Hello all. Here are some breakfast foods that hit the spot and are good for you.
An Atkins bakemix waffle and a mexican omelette and bacon.

I am back on induction AGAIN.

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Monika I don't believe the bake mix is induction friendly. It looks awesome though!!
And I love me some mexian omelettes!!!
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we had these for dinner...so yummie. I think they are induction friendly ....feel free to say if they aren't. You might have to cut back on the onions. However, this makes like 30 mini burgers so each one doesn't have much onion in it at all!



mini cowboy burgers minus buns, topped with guacamole and a thin slice of a roma tomato! yum!

Cowboy Burgers Recipe #66229 @CDKitchen
Looks good to me Kelly.
Only thing to watch is the guacamole. Avocado is a special category food, and it says no more than 1/2 a small one a day.
I'm not a guacamole fan, so I'm not sure how much avocado goes into that.
But it looks great!
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errr was trying not to have ginormous pictures afraid I went a little to far in the other direction...LOL click on them to see what is actually on the plate:blush:

We LIKE ginormous pictures on this thread!!!

Those look good! Thanks for the new ideas!!
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no problem...I'd be perfectly happy to experiment all day...if someone else bought the groceries.
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It's nothing fancy and it is on my finest china...


Romaine salad with onion, cucumber,ham,cheese, and ceasar dressing.

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It's nothing fancy and it is on my finest china...


Romaine salad with onion, cucumber,ham,cheese, and ceasar dressing.

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Looks good ! I have that same china !
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Dolphins, I ate off that same china tonight! popuar stuff!!
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Looking good Dolphins!! You've got the hang of it now!!
(same Fine China here too!)
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I love my china!
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Monika I don't believe the bake mix is induction friendly. It looks awesome though!!
And I love me some mexian omelettes!!!

Yes BarbDe, I know but forgot and had this mix left from before and didn't want to trow it out.
I am still in the mode of not wanting to waste food. Thanks for reminding me. Picked some fresh Broccoli today and will take pic's tomorrow after cooking. Love this thread, keep the pictures comming.
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Jaime, that looks yummie. Nice to see you back too.
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Flaxmeal Muffins...

Hello Everyone...this is an awesome thread..it forced me out of hiding!
I made Spongebobsqpants Flaxmeal Bread into Muffins. I used the Bannana flavored s/f syrup...they turned out delicious.

FLAXMEAL MUFFINS

DRY
2c flaxmeal (I use Bob's Red Mill)
1/2c Splenda (box, not packets)
1tsp baking powder
1tsp baking soda

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5 eggs (beaten)
8T sf syrup w/Splenda
5T vegetable oil (canola)

Pre-heat oven to 350F

Mix together all dry ingredients in a bowl, then in a separate bowl,
Mix all wet ingredients.
Fold dry ingredients into wet and mix well
(don't beat like crazy, but be sure it's mixed well or the eggs do funny things!).

Immediately transfer batter to Pam-sprayed muffin tin.

Bake at 350F for 25min. or until it passes the knife/toothpick/etc. test.

Remove from pan immediately, place on cooling rack.

Store these in tupperware/rubbermaid in the refrigerator - they keep just fine for 8 days.

Yield 12 muffins
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About not liking egg yolks...But, liking the whites...you can boil the eggs, slice on the side of the egg, remove the yolk and continue the rest of the scotch egg recipe.
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About not liking egg yolks...But, liking the whites...you can boil the eggs, slice on the side of the egg, remove the yolk and continue the rest of the scotch egg recipe.
Replace it with anything, really. What a cool thought.
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Stuff a mushroom in the egg white.
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Scotch Egg Halves...

Here an idea for your Scotch Eggs....you can make Scotch Egg Halves. That way you could toss the yolk if you don't like it an stuff with whatever you want before adding the sausage around the halves.
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Scotch Egg Halves

6 Eggs
1 package Jimmy Dean pork Sausage

Hard boil the eggs and cool.
Make sure each egg is dry not wet.
Slice each egg in half, set aside.

Slice the whole roll of sausage in half length wise equally.
Divide each length into 6 equal parts...(you will now have 12 equal parts of sausage)
Form a patty for each of the 12 egg halves
Place egg half yolk side down into the patty forming the sausage
around the egg evenly.

Place on fold lined cookie sheet and bake at 350 for 25 to 35 minutes till done.

Enjoy right out the oven or they are great cold as a quick snack!

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