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Soup! I usually don't drink soup at all but I like the one my mom makes.

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this week has been soup week

 

Monday - split pea and ham

wed - roasted pepper and rice soup

thurs, asparagus soup

friday - squash and chedder soup with pan fried salmon and peas

 

 

I have been sick so soups are easy to make. On a very tight budget (splurged on salmon) I have bought reduced quick sale vegetables that are fine for soups. I have saved some soup for later in my freezer, also I have made stocks for later use as well. This week, I have made duck stock, veg stock and Currently working on a turkey stock. I add extra gelatin into my stocks just before I pour them into a plastic lined dish so I can solidify it to cube it before freezing.

 

sad thing is I am becoming lactose intollerant. I can eat cheese, I can eat yogurt (as bacterial cultures change the lactose significantly) but milk and sour cream are becoming difficult to consume without ill effects. I can have milk in coffee without too much issue, but glasses of milk, or a bowl of cereal will make me hurl. I hope my milk in coffee won't change.

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beef shwarma in pita bread with torshi

shirazi salad

Oooh nom nom nom!!

 

I just got done making "almost midnight breakfast" for a bunch of teenagers, so my supper was eggs, bacon, toast and orange juice.

 

 

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Some shrimp, it wasn't a lot though. I had to hide from some unpleasant cousins today. ´-`

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Diced potatoes, rice, and fish soup. I hate fish so I only ate the tofu in the soup tongue.gif

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With it being Thanksgiving, I did turkey for my mother tonight. Apricot and onion stuffing and asparagus.

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With it being Thanksgiving, I did turkey for my mother tonight. Apricot and onion stuffing and asparagus.

I'm just curious...I thought Thanksgiving was an American thing...and that it's celebrated the last week of November?

 

 

 

 

 

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Rice, ribs, and broccoli.

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I'm just curious...I thought Thanksgiving was an American thing...and that it's celebrated the last week of November?

Canada has a Thanksgiving that is celebrated the 2nd Monday in October to celebrate the harvest and the blessings of the previous year.

 

Carnitas, frijoles, brown rice, salsa, tortillas

 

 

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