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    Cooked a filet mignon and had a salad with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peace View Post
    Leftovers from yesterday. Fish balls, potatoes and carrots...

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    Looks great but what exactly are fish balls?
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    Balls made of fish meat



    I don't think I've ever heard of fish balls before. Is this what it is...something that comes out of a can?

    Scandinavia

    Fiskbullar in Sweden and fiskeboller in Norway are usually bought in cans. In Sweden, they are normally served with mashed potatoes or rice, boiled green peas and dill, caviar or seafood sauces. In Norway, they are commonly served with potatoes and white sauce made with the stock from the can, sometimes with added curry, and occasionally boiled carrot slices are served on the side or added into the sauce along with the fish balls.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_ball

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post



    I don't think I've ever heard of fish balls before. Is this what it is...something that comes out of a can?

    Scandinavia

    Fiskbullar in Sweden and fiskeboller in Norway are usually bought in cans. In Sweden, they are normally served with mashed potatoes or rice, boiled green peas and dill, caviar or seafood sauces. In Norway, they are commonly served with potatoes and white sauce made with the stock from the can, sometimes with added curry, and occasionally boiled carrot slices are served on the side or added into the sauce along with the fish balls.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_ball
    Yeah, the Norwegian way (above) with curry.

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    Not much today but making Chicken Alfredo with zucchini noodles tomorrow...YUM!!

  5. #115
    I made some Manwich sloppy joes with homemade potato salad.

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    For breakfast I had 2 Jimmy Dean sausage patties, and a scrambled egg with cheese.

    In just a little bit....

    FISH TACO FRIDAY AT THE LUCKY DOG DINER IN VENICE FL!!! It will be worthy of it's own thread when I get back.

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    I haven't eaten yet today. Someone come and cook me something.



    I'm still on low fiber and eating as close to gluten free as possible.

    Narrows my choices a little.


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    I'm still on low fiber and eating as close to gluten free as possible.
    Sounds like a good excuse for lots of meat to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuego View Post
    Sounds like a good excuse for lots of meat to me.


    Yes, yes it is!

    Not to mention we recently put half a beef in the freezer!

    Lots of steak in a half!

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    Veggies with a sauce I made from olive oil, garlic, chili, ginger, coriander and lemon with the zest. I may add a few potatoes, red beans or lentils for some substance and eat it with grilled fish or chicken filet.

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