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Old 06-01-2010, 09:06 PM   #511
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Old 06-02-2010, 09:58 AM   #512
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Dollkey~I bet that stew came out delish!

Here's a pic of some Cuke salad I made Monday:
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This is my regular breaky, I fry up some spinach and a 1/4 onion in butter then add 2 eggs and lc ketchup. Sometimes I add 1slice of cheese. VERY VERY YUMMY! And it all done in less than 5 minutes!!
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That looks yummy. I love adding sauteed spinch to my eggs, too!! I always eat mine with salsa, though.
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Horselvr - Those eggs look good. I love spinach in my scramble eggs.

Patricia - You inspired me. I am going to make myself some salad right now. Tomato, cucumber, olive oil, red wine vinegar, salt/pepper, feta cheese, and grilled shrimp. Yummy.
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Grilled stuffed,bacon wrapped turkey breast

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please excuse me while I wipe the drool off my keyboard ...again! That looks amazing!!!
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Trader Joe's chicken sausages grilled with a side of coleslaw

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Veal breast(scaloppini without breading). I pan fried it with some oil and added lemon juice. Then topped with a creamy paprika sauce and with a side of mushrooms

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I just joined yesterday and have spent a majority of my time collecting recipes from this thread. You ladies are amazing! Does anyone have a recipe for the low-carb version of Portobella Mushroom Pizza? I swear I saw it on here but then couldn't find it when I came back.
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Old 06-03-2010, 01:17 AM   #522
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Dollkey~I bet that stew came out delish!

Here's a pic of some Cuke salad I made Monday:
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Veal breast(scaloppini without breading). I pan fried it with some oil and added lemon juice. Then topped with a creamy paprika sauce and with a side of mushrooms

::drool::drool::drool::
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I just joined yesterday and have spent a majority of my time collecting recipes from this thread. You ladies are amazing! Does anyone have a recipe for the low-carb version of Portobella Mushroom Pizza? I swear I saw it on here but then couldn't find it when I came back.
The pictures are on page 16, post# 473, but no recipe. I am sure that cleo has one on her site.. But I believe you just pull the stem out of the mushrooms, add the veggies/cheese/pepperoni or toppings of your desire maybe.. LC tomato/pizza sauce or ranch as a white sauce.. pop in the oven until all cheese melted..

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Wow...they all look so good.....Cleo you absolutely amaze me.
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Yummy Pix!!!
I have a pork tenderloin to cook up. I may just wrap it w/BACON like Cleo's Turk Breast. And...then make up that veal sauce to put on top of it.

LCMonkee~Glad I inspired you. I usually put Feta in that salad but DH will pick it out. So, I just crumbled some on top of mine.

Baked up this Sausage, Spinach, Shroom Casserole for Brekkers this morning:


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Patricia-that looks awesome! Would you mind sharing the recipe?
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SPeach~Here it is:
Sausage Spinach Shroom Egg Casserole
1 roll sausage (Jimmy Dean…Hot or Sage or whateva)
1 onion (or ½ onion)
1can of mushrooms (or fresh…x7 shrooms chopped)
1 chopped red bell pepper.1 bag frozen spinach (Umm…or ½ to ¾ bag)
1 c. Shredded cheddar cheese ( I add more)
8 eggs
1/4 c. cream
salt and pepper, sprinkle nutmeg
Add (optional) dried basil/oregano and top w/paprika

Brown sausage and onion add mushrooms, spinach and spices. Cook till tender, drain pour in a greased 9x9 baking dish beat eggs, cream, salt and pepper sprinkle sausage mixture with cheese, pour eggs over and bake @ 350 for @ least 30 minutes. Cool 10 min. Eat….
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The pie look awesome...Thanks for the recipe.
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Thx...and you're welcome.
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Yummy Pix!!!
I have a pork tenderloin to cook up. I may just wrap it w/BACON like Cleo's Turk Breast. And...then make up that veal sauce to put on top of it.

LCMonkee~Glad I inspired you. I usually put Feta in that salad but DH will pick it out. So, I just crumbled some on top of mine.

Baked up this Sausage, Spinach, Shroom Casserole for Brekkers this morning:



LOOKS YUMMY! IM LOVING THE JALAPENO ON THE SIDE!!! I LOVE JALAPENOS!!!
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These food porn threads are the best! Just want to also chime in and say thanks to all of you who share your fabulous work with us all. Very inspirational!!
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The pictures are on page 16, post# 473, but no recipe. I am sure that cleo has one on her site.. But I believe you just pull the stem out of the mushrooms, add the veggies/cheese/pepperoni or toppings of your desire maybe.. LC tomato/pizza sauce or ranch as a white sauce.. pop in the oven until all cheese melted..

*someone please step in if I am leading in the wrong direction..
Okay thanks! I'll just have to research my topping options
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yeah.. they'll be 5 mos on the 7th
Awlass, I have twin boys who are 3. Twins rock. I miss when mine were that little. Enjoy those beautiful babies.
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Wow...they all look so good.....Cleo you absolutely amaze me.
Credit where it's due: My husband came up with it! I kind of looked at him like he was smoking some wacky weed, but my golly. I am now seriously addicted to the stuff (the turkey, not wacky weed). It's the most moist turkey I've ever had, and it was in the freezer section, sold as a couple of breasts, so it was also enough food to get us through two meals without having to deal with the whole bird; and because bacon is done at a lower temperature than the turkey, by the time the turkey was cooked, the bacon on the outside was good to go as well!
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Cleo what kind of cheese was inside the turkey?
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My supper tonight: 2 louisiana mild sausages diced, half a Vidalia onion, chopped (it was maybe three tbs), 3 cups baby spinach, 3 scrambled eggs, and 2 ozes shredded cheddar cheese form Cowgirl Creamery. DH and I spilt it. It was really tasty.
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1 large portobello mushroom, stem removed
1 tablespoon spaghetti sauce (LOW CAR-of course)
1/2 cup mozzarella cheese
1/2 tablespoon sliced black olives
4 slices pepperoni sausage
1 clove garlic, chopped
Directions
1.Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C).
2.Place the mushroom on a baking sheet, and bake for 5 minutes in the preheated oven. Remove from the oven, and spread spaghetti sauce in the cup of the cap. Top with cheese, olives, pepperoni and garlic.
3.Bake for an additional 20 minutes, or until cheese is melted and golden.
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Hey everyone, brand new on here but LOVING all the recipe inspiration. Recent favorites I've made:

-Stuffed mushrooms (stuffed with sour cream, cream cheese, sausage, onion, and a few spices)
-Cucumber salad (cukes, cherry tomatoes, red onions, balsamic, olive oil, feta cheese, salt/pepper)
-ULTIMATE FAVE: TACO EGGS (2 scrambled eggs, 1/2 lb ground beef with taco seas., topped with sour cream, 1/2 an avocado, a little salsa, and cheddar cheese... YOM)
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Hey everyone, brand new on here but LOVING all the recipe inspiration. Recent favorites I've made:

-Stuffed mushrooms (stuffed with sour cream, cream cheese, sausage, onion, and a few spices)
-Cucumber salad (cukes, cherry tomatoes, red onions, balsamic, olive oil, feta cheese, salt/pepper)
-ULTIMATE FAVE: TACO EGGS (2 scrambled eggs, 1/2 lb ground beef with taco seas., topped with sour cream, 1/2 an avocado, a little salsa, and cheddar cheese... YOM)
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Cleo what kind of cheese was inside the turkey?
Hey, Ron! It's cream cheese.

We took an 8 ounce block of the stuff and nuked it until it was soft. Then we mixed in at least half of a red pepper, half of a green pepper, onion, and sliced mushrooms (he actually just laid the mushrooms on top of the CC mix because they were too delicate to mix in).

Then he sliced the turkey breasts, slathered in the cream cheese and wrapped the breast with the bacon, securing with toothpicks.

Let me see if he added anything I've forgotten. I know to one breast's cream cheese he also added jalapanos.

It was a wonderful dish and seriously moist. Everyone in the family went nuts over the dish.
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