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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Last night for dinner I made crock pot fajitas using thinly sliced steak, yellow onions, and green bell peppers. I let it cook down and get nice and tender before I added Philadelphia Cooking Creme Santa Fe Blend. I steamed up some tortillas and plated it up with a small bit of shredded cheddar cheese and a dollop of sour cream. I made a side of refried beans and Rice A Roni Chicken flavored rice.

Tonight I'm making an Asian stir-fry using baby bok choy, broccoli, red onions, green bell peppers, eating right boneless skinless chicken breasts, and medium egg noodles. I haven't decided how I'm going to season it yet but at least I know what I'm making so that's good.

Last night I went to Grocery Outlet and they had an amazing deal on Jimmy Dean regular sausage rolls for 98 cents, yup less than a dollar each when they are usually about $6.00 here so i got 4 of them and put them in the freezer for later use. I also picked up a pack of Butterball turkey bacon for $2.49 and got some good deals on veggies. I got 2 bundles of asparagus for 98 cents each and also got artichokes for 99 cents each. I got 2 bags of salad for $1.98. Tomorrow is gym day so I'll be able to go to Food Maxx afterwards to get some fruit and a couple more veggies.
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    Great deals!! I love to freeze when there's a sale!!! I feel so accomplished when I get a good price on things. How do you fix your artichokes? I haven't had an artichoke since I was about 6 years old. My mom used to serve them fresh with some kind of dip. I would dip the artichoke leaf and lick the dip off several times. When the artichoke leaf got flimsy I'd throw it away and start with a new one. I wonder how many times I double dipped at one of my mom's party's and she didn't know!!??

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    1461 days ago
    I read all the flyers to get the best deals To stay in my calories range is harder Then I say no to some foods
    1461 days ago
    First - brava on the shopping! Sounds like you got some great deals.

    For me, the quintessential seasoning for stir fry is ginger. When I was a less experienced cook, I could never figure out why my stir fry was so bland even if I was putting in pepper, garlic, etc. - until I added ginger. Sesame oil is another one I use a lot - not even so much for taste as for smell. A little goes a long way.

    Have fun cooking tonight! emoticon

    1461 days ago
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