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    It was time...a pumpkin pie. :)

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    I made broccoli salad. The one with red onion, bacon, raisins & nuts with a mayo/vinegar dressing. I was just hungry for it.

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    I made a beef roast the other day, and there was some left over, so today we're having vegetable beef soup.

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    Speaking of which...do y'all add anything other than beef, veggies, beef broth, and tomatoes to your soup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lista View Post
    Speaking of which...do y'all add anything other than beef, veggies, beef broth, and tomatoes to your soup?
    When we were visiting them a few days ago, my sil made an amazing veggie soup. One of the ingredients was creole seasoning. So yummy!

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    hmmmm...creole seasoning....sounds good!

    The vegetable beef soup was a hit...in fact 2nd son wants to take some to school for lunch tomorrow! Score!

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    I tend to experiment..

    We were going to have Breakfast for Dinner tonight..

    So, I had some chicken sausages.. (with apple and another with maple.. both YUM) and, of course eggs.. I'd toyed with a french toast with a brioche chocolate chip bread.. we'd done it before and it's very good..

    But, I ended up getting a couple of sweet potatoes. I cut them up and put them in some coconut oil and butter.. started them browning. Then I added some apples cut up, some ginger bits and some pecans. Let that marry. Then, near being ready I put allspice, clove, cardamom and mega cinnamon.

    Turned out REALLY good.

    Of course, since I didn't measure anything, not sure if I can exactly recreate it.

    Ah! but another experiment!!

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    I love experiments...the fam...not so much.

    Last night was curried butternut squash soup, and I bought a rotisserie chicken.

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    Stuffed baked potato.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    It was time...a pumpkin pie. :)
    Really? A WHOLE pumpkin pie?

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