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    Tuna salad

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    I don't cook on Saturday - My "day off"

    - Frosted Flakes with Almond Milk for breakfast - We will probably order a Pizza for dinner.

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    Made some turkey chop suey out of left over turkey breast.

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    Made a nice batch of golumpki. This is similar to my recipe, no ketchup tho:

    https://www.thekitchenwhisperer.net/...cabbage-rolls/

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    I did that once as a newlywed!

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    Made a nice batch of golumpki. This is similar to my recipe, no ketchup tho:

    Mom’s Classic Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
    I love cabbage rolls. I haven't made any in a long time.

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    Chocolate chip cookies. :)

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    Cold weather needs some warm hearty food...made some nice beef stew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curly sue View Post
    I love cabbage rolls. I haven't made any in a long time.
    Oh Yum! - Just checked out the recipe, and it's very similar to the way I make "Stuffed Bell Peppers" - Gonna try rolling my meat mixture in the "Cabbage Leaves" next time.

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