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Old 05-17-2008, 06:31 PM   #181
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Sorry I haven't posted in a while... I haven't been cooking. I've actually been eating some fast food salads... actually really good salads... Tonight I whipped up a little quickie meal... here it is!



1 hamburger patty is a jalapeno/monteray jack
1 hamburger patty is an onion (top with a little ketchup, tastes like my meatloaf!)
And a salad with romaine hearts, cucumber, purple onion and anchove chipotle dressing (left over from Wendys but nice and spicy! Wish I could find a bottle!)

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Old 05-17-2008, 09:54 PM   #182
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Ramekin O Pizza with fresh greek oregano and chives.

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Old 05-18-2008, 10:39 AM   #183
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Hi

baked cauliflower with cheese cheese cheese!!! Yummy!!! looks not so great but so delish...

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Old 05-18-2008, 01:20 PM   #184
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baked cauliflower with cheese cheese cheese!!! Yummy!!! looks not so great but so delish...

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Oh yum. Good idea Amber! What kind of cheese and how did you do it?
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Old 05-18-2008, 02:03 PM   #185
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Cleo - that looks great. I made a batch of pizza in a bowl recently. It was meat lovers! I think next time I'll do Hawaiian, as that IS my all time favorite pizza!!! mmmm... I'm getting drooly!

Amber - your baked cauliflower looks SO GOOD! I really need to buy a head and get it cooked... it's been a couple of weeks since I've had cauliflower... mmmmm....
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Subbing and will post Induction pics as soon as I can!

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hello gals n guys...

my picture is so small, sorry!!!

my recipe is really simple cos i'm lazy! haha

i boiled the cauliflower and made it soft.... broke them into small florets first and boil, with a pinch of salt in the water...

then drain off the water after it boiled and looks relatively soft. i just put in mayonnaise and butter to "marinate" it.

in the baking tray i put a piece of parchment paper, put half the cauliflower in and spread it out. i tear up 2 slices of normal sandwich cheese, any kind will do, sprinkle some pepper, lay mozarella on top....not alot.

then the rest of the cauliflower goes in, as usual spread it out. u can add ham or crushed bacon, button mushrooms, whatever, then again i cover it up with mozarella...

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here's today's breakfast.... nuked eggs with cheese and butter and a small slice of cheese cake made with just cream cheese and eggs.... same recipe as the cream cheese muffin in other threads, just that i put it in a baking tray with parchement paper instead of muffin pan....

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Tish-- I did, yes! I always pack buns with me when I'm on errands or am going out. Then, when I want to use the buns, I let them air out and solidify (I hate sticky buns!). Then I discard their buns and use my own. I never order bunless because it tends to confuse folks, or because if I'm taking food home, the buns help hold the heat in to insulate the food.

If I go to Sonic, however, and order their toaster, I have them package the cheese separately on the side. This is because their bread is so soggy, cheese sticks to it.
I always order my burger w/o the bun because I have Celiac Disease and the bun can't even touch my food. The RR in Longmont is really great about it. They bring me all of the extras on the side and I pile them on. The oopsies make WONDERFUL hamburger buns! Thanks for sharing Cleo!
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Not 100% sure what qualifies as food porn but here was my first Induction dinner. White fish (wahoo), parmesian cheese, mayo, dill, onion, dry mustard.
I don't know the accurate carb count but I broke it down best I could in ******.

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Old 05-19-2008, 09:11 AM   #190
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That looks fantastic!
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That looks fantastic!
It tastes amazing
I think I will try it with chicken also.

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It looks good but I hate fish. Lemme know how it comes out in Chicken... I bet that would be delish!!!
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Glad I ate before I came to visit.

The cauliflower and fish look great guys.

just wanted to give you food addies a heads up I linked your topic in the FWK topic for some thinking about change kimkinettes to see what higher fat eating could be like.
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It looks good but I hate fish. Lemme know how it comes out in Chicken... I bet that would be delish!!!
Will do
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Brisket and Salad... my new addiction!!! I'll be making it again tomorrow.



Pork Rind Nachos with Cheddar and Sour Cream... really good for a quickie meal or snack.

Diorskin: Please post the recipe for the fish recipe you posted... I've been thinking about it all day and I want to make it with chicken.
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Ok, here ya go.
1 cup of mayo
3/4 cup of shredded parmesian cheese
crushed garlic - optional
1 tblsp of dill
1/2 tspn of dry mustard
a splash of white wine - or water. I have used both. Even lemon juice works.
1 onion, sliced thin

Mix everything up except the onion.

Preheat oven to 400.

Place onion on cookie sheet, place dipped fish or chicken into mayo.

Cook uncovered - fish I cook for 23 minutes. Chicken pieces? I am not sure.

So good. I crave this dish.
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Ok, here ya go.
1 cup of mayo
3/4 cup of shredded parmesian cheese
crushed garlic - optional
1 tblsp of dill
1/2 tspn of dry mustard
a splash of white wine - or water. I have used both. Even lemon juice works.
1 onion, sliced thin

Mix everything up except the onion.

Preheat oven to 400.

Place onion on cookie sheet, place dipped fish or chicken into mayo.

Cook uncovered - fish I cook for 23 minutes. Chicken pieces? I am not sure.

So good. I crave this dish.
okay I have to ask what is dipped fish
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Dior: OMG! That sounds even better than it looks!!! I can't wait to try it!!!
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Mmmm, everything looks great. Thanks for all the inspiring meal ideas everyone!
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okay I have to ask what is dipped fish
Hi 2big
Dipped fish is when you take the fish, cut in chunks and dip it in the gooey mix per recipe. I called it dip fish. lol

I think any kind of white fish would work for this.

Jenn,
I am going to try it with chicken...maybe this week. Let me/us know if you do it first because I am not sure about cooking time.
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thanks.

I've done Paula Deen's mayo cheese fish and garlic mayo fish but never both at once on fish shouls be interesting. I use cod in my bakes
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Pastrami Hero on an oopsie. I made the oopsies to resemble hoagie rolls when I put them on the cookie sheet. Those rolls make great hot dog buns or sub sammiches.
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Hi, Monika! I would count a carb for each packet of sweetener just to be on the safe side. I'm always overcompensating that way.
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I've been craving Potato Salad since it's getting all hot and icky here. This one is:

1 head Cauliflower, boiled till soft
Mayo
Mustard
Purple Onion
2 Boiled Egg, diced

Next time I make it I'll wring out the cauliflower after it's boiled to make it a little less wet. Super delish, Hubby and I gobbled it up!!!
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Clockwise from top right: Flax cracker with cream cheese and fresh dill, pastrami wrapped in Swiss cheese, cherry tomatoes, dill Havarti, green olives, pepperoni, dill pickle, string cheese.

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no fair Cleo you are supposed to tell us what it is!
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Sorry. I edited. It's been a long week.
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Sorry. I edited. It's been a long week.
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