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    Whats for Dinner?

    I thought this could be a good thread to post your dinner ideas and then others who have no clue what to make for dinner (which would be me 99% of the time LOL)

    Tonight I am making baked potato soup and grilled cheese sammies!

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    Re: Whats for Dinner?

    I have a stew on for dinner tonight.
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    Re: Whats for Dinner?

    Probably Chicken Divan.

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    Re: Whats for Dinner?

    Tonight is corn chowder

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    Re: Whats for Dinner?

    [quote author=Amber link=topic=883.msg16200#msg16200 date=1290464059]
    Tonight is corn chowder
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    That's exactly what I was thinking of! I think it'll be that with pork chops, pinto beans, and homemade biscuits.
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    Re: Whats for Dinner?

    I love corn chowder. This will be my first attempt to make it tho

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    Re: Whats for Dinner?

    It's pretty simple, at least the way I make it. The most challenging part for me is getting it to the proper thickness.
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    Re: Whats for Dinner?

    bbq burgers, bbq roasted potatoes and veggie stir fry,

    we use our bbq all year long
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    Re: Whats for Dinner?

    Last night I made sweet and sour pork/beef (used a ground mixture because it's really cheap) and chow mein. I have leftovers so I'm going to be eating this for the next few nights.

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    Re: Whats for Dinner?

    Last night we had pork, cider and apple casserole with veg but tonight will be something quick cos it's moot night
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