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Hubby wants a warm beets, goat cheese, arugula salad to start and warm lavash, so that will be added to the dinner menu.

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I am going to fry some jumbo shrimp and Sac-a-lait, AKA crappie fillets with fries and tots for the family tonight.

Mickey.

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I love a chopped salad but hate all the chopping so I bought a cruciferous crunch collection chopped salad from Trader Joe's. For those who may be interested, it has kale, brussels sprouts, broccoli, green cabbage and red cabbage. and a small piece of baked chicken or fish. That's dinner.

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Jan sweet potatoes is one of my favorites, but lately I have found myself eating more squash than sweet potatoes. I usually have one or the other every day, as well as cabbage and carrots.

Lunch for today will be grilled salmon and a half a sweet potato with steamed cabbage and baby carrots.

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I think I'll be exploring the local fare this evening.

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Steamed cod filets, mashed cauliflower, balsamic, raspberry & cranberry sauce.

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BLT--this comes from someone (me) who never ate veggies in her life until she hit 40. Spinach is the only veggie I will eat raw. Lately, I have been into the orange veggies more than the greens (sweet potatoes, carrots, and especially peppers). My food phobias are getting better with age, I guess.

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@Wildlife: Spinach is so good for you and the added benefit is that it's so low in calories, especially when you eat it raw.

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Spinach Salad and a smoked pork chop. Can't get enough of spinach lately.

Jan

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My homemade chicken soup is delicious. I had to make one modification. I wanted to put pumpkin in it but couldn't find any (I later learned from a friend I could have added butternut squash). That is the way a lot of Jamaican people make soup. You put the pumpkin in at the end to give the soup color. Instead I used split peas, cooked them in the broth made by the chicken. I should have put the half bag of dry beans but listening to my brother, who was wrong, told me it would make the soup too thick -- not. The carrots and parsnips (which were so expensive) was great and at the end I added fresh spinach and let it wilt. It's pretty too. I passed on the salad and had a handful of lightly salted peanuts instead.

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