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Old 03-23-2011, 12:37 PM   #2431
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I think the Zucchini Casserole will be showing up on our dinner table soon! I don't have any fresh mushrooms at the moment, though... and nowhere on the island to buy any. But soon!!!
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Old 03-23-2011, 12:59 PM   #2432
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Yum Yum and Yum!

I lived on the cauli bisque for about 3 months. I was hooked. I tweaked it a little but was so so so good. I had it with chicken most of the time.
Made the Cauli Bisque today. No photo. I didn't have the "fresh" parsley and it was advised against using dried so I added some cheese instead. Cheese IS a substitute for fresh parsley isn't it?
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Old 03-23-2011, 02:07 PM   #2433
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Made an awesome omelet today.. sorry that I ate it before taking a picture

1 egg, 3 whites, splash of hwc, onion powder, garlic powder, salt
sauteed broccoli
wedge of laughing cow cheese
franks red hot

I bake my egg in my skillet to get a nicely cooked omelet without having to flip it.. Spread on the softened laughing cow and add the broccoli and hot sauce...

YUMMY!
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Old 03-23-2011, 04:46 PM   #2434
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Made the Cauli Bisque today. No photo. I didn't have the "fresh" parsley and it was advised against using dried so I added some cheese instead. Cheese IS a substitute for fresh parsley isn't it?
Yup!
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Old 03-23-2011, 04:49 PM   #2435
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Yum...on the Omelet!

I cooked up Crack Slaw again today:


Oh, and made Cuke Salad. Need to take a pic. But, now the Cukes are coming back to me.(Belch)
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Old 03-23-2011, 05:52 PM   #2436
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I miss crack slaw!!
Im currently doing hCG so I dont get to eat all the nummy stuffs like crack slaw, my lattes, coconut oil, peanut flour (made into a yummy paste.. low cal/carb PB!), flax and all the cheeeeeese..... I miss my cheese... OMG
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Old 03-23-2011, 05:56 PM   #2437
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Yum...on the Omelet!

I cooked up Crack Slaw again today:


Oh, and made Cuke Salad. Need to take a pic. But, now the Cukes are coming back to me.(Belch)
Crack Slaw is a staple around here! Even dh loves it, and has learned to make it, so I don't always have to do the cooking!
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Old 03-24-2011, 03:19 AM   #2438
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Happylabs - It can be if you want it to! Cheese goes with everything.

Awlass - Your omelet sounds delish.

Patricia - Crackslaw!!! I haven't had it in a long, long, looooong time. Must make it. Yummy. Thanks for the dinner idea.
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Old 03-24-2011, 09:25 AM   #2439
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I got a hunk o' jicama and I had no idea what to do with it! After searching this forum for idears, I chose a Waldorf salad. My first time with a Waldorf of any kind. It was crunchy and delicious!

There is a tiny sprinkle of walnuts which you can of course omit.

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I love Waldorf salad. Could you sub Jicama for the apple?
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Old 03-24-2011, 09:42 AM   #2440
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I love Waldorf salad. Could you sub Jicama for the apple?
Waldorf salad sounds SO good to me right now!
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Crack Slaw?! I've been away for a while so I have no idea what it is! It sure looks awesome!
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I made the jicama hash browns today. WOW! I couldn't believe how good it felt to eat one of my favorite meals and not feel guilty about it!

Instead of boiling the shredded jicama in just salted water, I added garlic salt and a little chicken broth. It smelled so good while boiling that I'm sure that I'd love to have chicken and shredded jicama soup as a meal!

Then I sauteed a little onion in a fry pan, and finally added the cooked and drained jicama. I added more butter later on to try to get it really brown. Now, even though I don't like regular hash browns unless they are really crispy, I liked the jicama hash browns just fine. I have a new favorite!!!

They were so gorgeous on my plate with the eggs that I wanted to post a picture. However, A. I was really hungry and didn't want them to get cold and B. our camera hasn't been loading properly to the computer.

I have a new favorite breakfast meal!!!
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can i have teh recipe for CRACK SLAW
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Old 03-26-2011, 10:00 PM   #2445
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I will be back on plan Tuesday.

I wont have many pics though since I am doing just a plain protein of some sort with veggies on the side to keep the costs down.

I will be with ya'll in spirit though
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My lunch today, thought I'd share, egg salad and steamed veggies and crisp cucumber.


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Beautiful and colorful!
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Old 03-27-2011, 07:12 PM   #2448
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can i have teh recipe for CRACK SLAW
You can probably find an actual recipe in the recipe section here... I'm terrible at figuring out how to post links.... sorry!

This is kind of what I do: Fry up a pound of hamburger, then add a package of pre-cut coleslaw. Stir-fry until cabbage is soft. Add seasonings, such as garlic, salt and pepper. (Sometimes I add onions at the same time as I add the cabbage.) Finish it off by adding some soy sauce to taste.

There are other more detailed recipes, but this is pretty much what we do. Makes it as fast as an "Hamburger Helper" dish would be, and much, much better! It may not sound fancy, but even dh loves it now, and we have it at least every other week.
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My lunch today, thought I'd share, egg salad and steamed veggies and crisp cucumber.


Thanks for posting! I think egg salad will be on my menu this week! Yum!
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You can probably find an actual recipe in the recipe section here... I'm terrible at figuring out how to post links.... sorry!

This is kind of what I do: Fry up a pound of hamburger, then add a package of pre-cut coleslaw. Stir-fry until cabbage is soft. Add seasonings, such as garlic, salt and pepper. (Sometimes I add onions at the same time as I add the cabbage.) Finish it off by adding some soy sauce to taste.

There are other more detailed recipes, but this is pretty much what we do. Makes it as fast as an "Hamburger Helper" dish would be, and much, much better! It may not sound fancy, but even dh loves it now, and we have it at least every other week.
This is basically the recipe. I would add some sesame oil too.
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disregard.. as I don't know how to just delete..

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Old 03-28-2011, 12:38 AM   #2452
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Tonight: Big ol' fat ribs.

Rubbed with the lowest carb rub we could find, wrapped in foil, baked for 1-1.5 hours, then brushed with the lowest carb BBQ sauce we could find and grilled to get that sauce charred on.




I also made a batch of Linda's Unpotato Salad (like my favorite thing everrrrrrrr) to go along side.
OM..These looks to die for! I hope you will share how you did these ribs..
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Old 03-28-2011, 12:39 AM   #2453
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I was really wanting something crispy to have with dips and stuff. Came across these "nacho chips" They are awesome
You can find the recipe here -
Your Lighter Side...: Low-Carb Nacho Chips for Cinco de Mayo
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Mine didn't come out crispy after leaving them overnight but I live in Queensland Australia and it is very humid here. So I found that putting them back in the oven at about 200F that should dry them out until they are crisp or nuke them 6 at a time on a plate with a paper towel for about 1 minute does the trick as well

Where is the like button on here! TY for posting this!
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I made some L/C Tomato soup (spinach/shrooms/jalapenos) w/melted cheese on top that really melted and boiled over. But, it was Yummo.
Patricia.. I think that is your name.

OM.. This looks so excellent! I love tomato soup and all the things you mentioned.. jalapeno, cheese ect.. Would you be willing to share your recipe? ..

and.. I see you make tuna muffins.. (from prev post ) I would love to have this recipe as well if you would be willing to part with it. . These would be so prefect for me to make for breakfast, brunch or lunch or even snack..

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Made the Cauli Bisque today. No photo. I didn't have the "fresh" parsley and it was advised against using dried so I added some cheese instead. Cheese IS a substitute for fresh parsley isn't it?
I modify the Cauli Bisque to resemble my former favorite baked potato soup. Leave out the parsley, add some basil, a little hot sauce, cheddar cheese & bacon.
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Just wanted to thank you all who post in this thread. I've been lurking here since I restarted on March 3rd and I just love looking at all these pics.
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Old 03-29-2011, 10:53 AM   #2457
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Old 03-29-2011, 10:59 AM   #2458
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Tanner~OMG on those Ribs!

BTW...I posted the Tuna Muffin Recipe: Post #2414/p.81 and the Tomato soup recipe is post #2391/p.80.

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Tried something new this morning...fried up some bacon and then fried a sliced roma tomato in the bacon fat after sprinkling crazy mixed up salt on the slices. These were SO good when eaten with a bite of bacon.

(I like my eggs well done)

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Old 03-30-2011, 06:55 AM   #2460
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Asiago-those tomatoes look soooo good. I'm on a tomato kick lately can ya tell Lol.
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