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    Meals for my Recovering Love

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    Mary Scheffert
    Thu Jan 17, 2002 1:43 pm Groupie
    s'kat - How about a big pot of homemade chicken noodle soup (or any kind of soup that you two like)--you can prep everything the day before & get it cooking in the morning, let it simmer all day & it will be ready for supper. Leftovers taste even better after the flavors mingle a while!
    Or, how about a big pot of chili? Leftovers can be frozen, or used later in the week for tacos, burritos, nachos ... the choices are almost endless.
    Either way, you get a lot of "bang for your buck".
    Thu Jan 17, 2002 3:00 pm Groupie
    We're not real big on chili, but the soup idea is a great one! I actually just posted one for a request, and will probably give it a whirl myself!
    Wed Jan 23, 2002 10:31 am Groupie
    Try out the recipe for "Easy Cheesy Foldover" I have posted on 'Zaar. It is a very easy and inexpensive recipe, and I have NEVER had anyone dislike, especially the guys! (Also a good recipe for Superbowl, if u have a get-together)
    Thu Jan 24, 2002 7:40 am Groupie
    Thanks for the recipe, Manda! By the way, I was flipping through your cookbook and couldn't resist laughing out loud at seeing Monkey Balls!
    Thu Jan 24, 2002 10:08 am Groupie
    Hey there-feed him the Monkey balls with Hot Nuts on the side, and tell him your considering a new recipe you want to try. "Now take a nap dear, and when you wake up you will have a big suprise!" Di [icon_wink.gif (that was the evil me snickering as I typed this)
    polly salama
    Thu Jan 24, 2002 8:00 pm Groupie
    try my cowboy pie as i find men just love this recipe and is't so easy. i have to have a hip replacement as well i'm way young but i used to ride bulls and ruined my hip. so i have no one to blame but myself but i still am not looking forward to it. any try the cbp. good luck and take care polly
    Fri Jan 25, 2002 9:55 pm Groupie
    LOL..I know, funny name, but GOOD EATS!!
    Mon Jan 28, 2002 1:10 am Groupie
    Congradulations on his recovery, joint replacement is never easy to go through. You are a fine woman to stand by him while he heals.
    I highly recomend Bulgogi or Bulgoki. It is easy to make and there are several receipts here, including my own. Also many other Asian dishes are easy to prepare and very satisfying. Also, don't forget about sandwitches, there are so many things that you can do for a relaxing lunch if you think SANDWITCHES. my granma would put out a plate of all kinds of thinly sliced vegies and meats and let everyone make their own finger sandwitches. Fun
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