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    Menu for Week of May 4 through May 10, 2013

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    SarasotaCook
    Tue May 07, 2013 9:37 am
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    Clams here too; and I love frozen veggies ... Obviously fresh, but, I keep limas, corn (not the cob), and peas. All I prefer frozen other than corn on the cob. But, I also keep frozen mushrooms, a pepper mix. I make my own seasoning blend (onion, red and green pepper, and celery); broccoli, cauliflower ... and the famous soup mix (peas, carrots, corn, beans, etc)

    They all come in hand for different things.

    You can saute some broccoli and cauliflower with a little butter, seasoning, onion; and, it is pretty good! And they all work good in baked casseroles.
    GaylaV
    Tue May 07, 2013 11:38 pm
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    I have a question. I will be having surgery in June on my foot. I will be non-weight bearing for at least 6 weeks so will obviously not be cooking for awhile. My husband does not cook except for eggs. He makes sandwiches but that s about it. Back to the question. I know there used to be a forum for freezer meals. Does anyone know if it still exists? I will freeze some of my usual things so just looking for variety. Thanks a bunch. G.
    SarasotaCook
    Tue May 07, 2013 11:45 pm
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    http://www.food.com/bb/viewforum.zsp?f=35

    http://www.food.com/bb/viewforum.zsp?f=23

    The first is crockpot, the second is the OMAC, make ahead freezer dishes.
    mickeydownunder
    Wed May 08, 2013 2:44 am
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    SarasotaCook wrote:
    Love the Bloody Mary Chicken and Mustard Green Beans. YUMMY!!!


    ME TOO! WHOO HOO! Thanks for sharing!
    mickeydownunder
    Wed May 08, 2013 2:45 am
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    The Mickmeister is finally coming up for air lol

    Been a busy gal of late icon_smile.gif

    I wouldn't have it any other way food wise...is great!

    http://www.food.com/recipe/crustless-gluten-free-thai-massman-curry-quiche-499890



    mickeydownunder
    Wed May 08, 2013 2:49 am
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    CHICKEN DHANSAK Eastern Spice Curry
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    http://food.sndimg.com/img/recipes/49/98/90/large/pic1G5190.jpg[/img]

    CAULIFLOWER CURRY


    LASKA
    three ways



    WHOO HOO!!!

    So little time, so many recipes to experience too!

    Hope you all have a great day! And LOVE seeing what people make worldwide is what I can say! icon_smile.gif
    Charmie777
    Wed May 08, 2013 9:57 am
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    GaylaV wrote:
    I have a question. I will be having surgery in June on my foot. I will be non-weight bearing for at least 6 weeks so will obviously not be cooking for awhile. My husband does not cook except for eggs. He makes sandwiches but that s about it. Back to the question. I know there used to be a forum for freezer meals. Does anyone know if it still exists? I will freeze some of my usual things so just looking for variety. Thanks a bunch. G.
    Wow that's a lot of time down! You're so good to be planning ahead! Hope you heal quickly.
    Charmie777
    Wed May 08, 2013 9:57 am
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    Mickey, your photos looks amazing, as always!
    mickeydownunder
    Wed May 08, 2013 10:01 pm
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    Charmie777 wrote:
    Mickey, your photos looks amazing, as always!


    thanks Charmie and WHOO HOO!
    GaylaV
    Thu May 09, 2013 12:56 pm
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    Thanks, SC. The OAMC is the forum I was looking for and is giving me some good ideas.
    Your photos are beautiful, Mickey.
    mickeydownunder
    Thu May 09, 2013 9:29 pm
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    GaylaV wrote:
    Thanks, SC. The OAMC is the forum I was looking for and is giving me some good ideas.
    Your photos are beautiful, Mickey.


    Gday and big thanks Good luck in the future

    WHOO HOO!
    SarasotaCook
    Thu May 09, 2013 10:17 pm
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    GaylaV wrote:
    Thanks, SC. The OAMC is the forum I was looking for and is giving me some good ideas.
    Your photos are beautiful, Mickey.


    Gayla ... I broke my ankle 8 years ago ... well shattered - 26 broken bones. 4 surgeries, cast. NO weight for 12 weeks, then a walking cast for 4. Now, I lived alone, so life was hard. I rigged up a sports bottle on the side of my crutches for drinks. I worked 2 days after surgery, so I rigged up a packet to hold documents. And cooking was interesting. My office chair I set on the highest setting and moved to the kitchen so I could get around. I couldn't plan ahead, but luckily I did have stuff. Also, my friend came over the first week and we did a cooking marathon, so I had stuff on hand to reheat.

    I did a lot of grilling, because NO dishes; or cooking in foil pouches on the grill, or in the oven. This meant no dishes

    But I thought I would share some of the things we made ahead of time to have on hand. Somethings that were easy to prepare, not many dishes; and still healthy.

    1. Beef stew
    2. Rice
    3. Cooked pasta
    3. marinara sauce
    4. Cooked ground beef
    5. Pepper and onion, thin sliced and frozen
    6. Mini chicken pot pies (I use the small mini loaf pans, they work great)
    7. Chicken frozen in a marinade
    8. Beef chunks in a red wine marinade
    9. Lasagna, cut up into 2 pieces servings
    10. Baked penne with sausage
    11. Cicken cordon Blue
    12. Enchilada
    13. A spiral ham, sliced and diced
    14. Whole chicken or turkey, cooked and diced
    15. Chicken cordon blue casserole
    16. And of course crock pot food, which was just add, cover and cook.
    17. I know I had soups too on hand, several containers.

    I also had tortilla or wraps on hand, some frozen veggies; and lots of things I could grill.

    I did all my potatoes and veggie in foil pouches for easy clean up and just easy cooking.
    GaylaV
    Thu May 09, 2013 11:27 pm
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    Thanks again. Great ideas. I will def. have several of these things in my freezer.
    I have a pretty good idea of what I am in for as my son has had at least 8 or 9 foot surgeries. I think he is quite a bit braver than I am though. I have significant arthritis in my feet in addition to bunions. He is correcting the forefoot this go-round.
    You had a terrible injury! You are a very strong, independent woman and you have my admiration. My guess is you still have discomfort and yet you are on your feet so much. You set a great example for me.
    Have a wonderful weekend everyone. G.
    SarasotaCook
    Thu May 09, 2013 11:33 pm
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    GaylaV wrote:
    Thanks again. Great ideas. I will def. have several of these things in my freezer.
    I have a pretty good idea of what I am in for as my son has had at least 8 or 9 foot surgeries. I think he is quite a bit braver than I am though. I have significant arthritis in my feet in addition to bunions. He is correcting the forefoot this go-round.
    You had a terrible injury! You are a very strong, independent woman and you have my admiration. My guess is you still have discomfort and yet you are on your feet so much. You set a great example for me.
    Have a wonderful weekend everyone. G.

    Thx, and it seems like you got things under control.

    They gave me a 50/50 chance of walking normal and never wear heels. Never went to reheab, just did my own exercises at home. I rollerblade, wear heels, water ski, snow ski ... and yes, it is sore now and then; but, I have 90% mobility. I had a very good surgeon; and, I really keep it moving all the time, and stretch it constantly.

    I think lots of stretching, exercise, a good diet really helps. Also, I do a lot of walking of the beach, sand and salt water is really good for it. Not that everyone has that luxuory, but I think that really helped me.

    You'll do fine. Keep a positive outlook and make sure to do the rehab, whether you go somewhere or do it at home.
    Charmie777
    Fri May 10, 2013 3:09 pm
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