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Old 05-22-2008, 08:34 PM   #211
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Oh not that. Noooo nonononononooo. I'm just going to lay low and do my thang. I am going to talk about barb's abs and your brain leaks.
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Old 05-23-2008, 07:58 AM   #212
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These are my oopsie rolls and some homegrown tomatoes.

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Old 05-25-2008, 08:40 PM   #214
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Old 05-25-2008, 08:58 PM   #216
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Your oopsies are beautiful... makes me wish I was at home so I could work on my technique!

And those tomatoes look amazing... mmmmmmmm....
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I hope this works now. Thank you very much Jenn.
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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.
Oh sweet Lord in Heaven, now THAT is my kind of meal/snack!! Oh gracious, it looks so good - going to the store NOW!!!!
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Old 05-26-2008, 06:58 AM   #219
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joshsmom-- This is one of the reasons I love Atkins so much. The variety is simply amazing, and if ANYONE tries to state how unhealthy Atkins is, I want to show them that plate of food. Sure, maybe the pepperoni isn't the best healthy choice, buy my golly, everything else there is pretty much vegetable, fat or protein (with the exception of the flax cracker, which is healthy fiber). It truly is a fun lifestyle.
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Some good food ideas here!!
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I love this thread you guys..so many new ideas for food! The oopsies look so tempting but are they induction safe? I am trying to keep my low carbing as natural as possible and avoid processed foods and packaged lc foods...where do the oopsies fit in?
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Cleochatra came up with the oopsie recipe, it's basically eggs and cream cheese. Count your carbs... they're great and yeah, induction friendly but you can't pig out on them.

The Lighter Side of Low-Carb: The Sailor Scouts make my Revol-oopsie rolls!

She's also come up with a TON of variations on the oopsie roll. My favorite is the crepes. Enjoy!!!
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[COLOR=royalblue]The Oopsie Rolls are a lifesaver for me. When I originaly started Atkins in 2004 I made his Revolution Rolls, they are made with cottage cheese instead of ceram cheese. I like the Oopsies better, the "dough" gets thicker. [/COLOR]
[COLOR=royalblue]Cleo I found out why you said not to soften the cheese . I did the first time and had very runny egg yolks.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#4169e1]Cleo, how do you get the picture right into here without a link?[/COLOR]
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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!!!

I made it with chicken...and cooked it for 45 minutes ( instead of 20ish) and it was EXCELLANT. lol

I did not take a picture of the chicken but here is the fish one - I switched pix around my photobucket and the picture disappeared in my first post here. Confusing.


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I'm heading to the grocery store in a little while. I'll add those ingredients to my list!!!
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Jenn,
cool. Let me know what ya think of it.

So I made Cleo's cali pizza...I really used very little sauce. It worked out well but I wanted to eat the whole thing. lol

PS: Whoever posted the spinach recipe, thanks. I am going to make it today. Looks great.

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That pizza looks awesome!
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I'll be doing some cooking today so I'm looking forward to posting a few delicious pictures for ya! I've missed it... I'm kindof addicted.



Brisket and creamed spinach... yeah, I'm still hooked on brisket although my cooking method needs some work... this last batch was REALLY tough... I'm disappointed in it.

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1 bag frozen chopped spinach
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There would be more creamed spinach on my plate... but I made it first... and I kept eating a bite while the brisket was cooking... it was a weird day where I didn't eat breakfast until 5:30 pm... by the time the brisket was done there wasn't much creamed spinach left...
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That pizza looks awesome!
Thanks to your creativity

It was most excellant.


Hi Jenn,
my DH is trying to perfect the art of smoking/bbqing a brisket. How do you cook yours? I will ask him how he does it. The last one was eaten up like sharks here (party at the house).
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I was wondering the same thing Jenn, being a Texas girl I love a good brisket and that looks awesome....
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My Dad has a method where he cooks it stove top and it's AWESOME! You wouldn't know it wasn't in the oven or on a grill all day long.

You cook half of it at a time (or one of the small ones), put your spices on each side (salt, pepper, garlic, onion) put it on high heat and cook the outside to get the great crust. Then put water in the pan, cover and simmer, checking on it every 20 minutes.

My first one came out awesome, fork tender. But since then they've been getting tougher and tougher. The one I made last night is like boiled meat, but I kept the temp REALLY low... like actually on low for part of the time. I'm stumped.

Not to fear though! I have 4 halves sitting in my freezer waiting to be thawed and turned into culinary delights!!!
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Melissa: glad you found this thread... it's delicious!
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Squash Casserole
5 Squash sauteed
1 Onion sauteed
1 cup crushed pork rinds
1/2 cup sour cream
1/2 cup cheddar cheese
1/2 cup cheddar cheese

It has a slightly porky flavor but if you can deal with that, it's DELICIOUS!!! (I'm a huge fan of squash casserole and it's something I've been missing...)



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Mine came out a little wet, I'm not sure if I undercooked it or if I overestimated on my wet stuff (the mayo and cream).

Still very super mega delicious!!!

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Diorskin: Here's my dipped chicken. I ended up cooking it 45 minutes also to get it to internal temp 180 (I'm really weird when it comes to raw chicken and eggs). I haven't tried it yet... I've been cooking all day but I'm going to eat a piece before I leave for puppy class.

My purple onion was HUGE compared to the one you used for the dipped fish, so I ended up using 3 chicken breasts cut in half.

I'll let you know how much I love it soon!!!

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diorskin: THAT.IS.AMAZING!!!

I wish there was more room in my tummy so I could eat the whole batch!!! I hope it reheats well!!!
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hehehe..it reheats just as lovely

Glad ya liked it. Looks GREAT. Isnt the onion awesome?
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My "Spaghetti and Meatballs" with spaghetti squash and LC meatballs and LC sauce
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Tiff: Looks good, I wish the picture was bigger so I could see the details! I haven't played with spaghetti squash yet, is it easy or is it a lot of work?
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