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RUSTY_WOODS Posts: 421
1/9/16 6:11 A

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Dinner will be :

2.54 servings b/s chicken thighs
1 Tbsp unsalted butter
1/2 can No Salt mixed vegetables

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1/8/16 1:50 A

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Grilled chicken breast with salad no dressing and a dry piece of toast. And then for dessert, something made by Weight Watchers, with fake synthetic ingredients that look like cream but probably made of chicken feathers... Naha, just kidding. That's what I've left behind. Never going to diet like that again!

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1/7/16 3:08 P

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Steak with lots of butter and a tossed salad with lots of olive oil and a little lemon juice.

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1/7/16 3:06 P

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grilled pork chops with steamed broccoli and butter

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1/7/16 12:27 P

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This looks insane and I'm trying it tomorrow. I have all of the ingredients waiting to be cooked and eaten!

Creamy pesto chicken casserole with olives and feta. Crikey, just writing it gets my tummy rumbling!

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1/7/16 12:05 P

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Perhaps we could get some food pics along with these recipes since you eat with your eyes before anything else. As a Carnivore Foodie, I'd love to see a plate of food and think "wow that looks yummy. I want to try that". I don't think you need to be a food stylist to share, just have a camera and the courage to post your meal to the world. Ok, maybe not the world, just all of us here in our little corner of recipes.

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BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
9/1/15 9:29 P

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- ground beef, onion, green pepper, zucchini and taco seasoning, all cooked together in a skillet and then topped with cheese
- sliced tomatoes with olive oil and balsamic vinegar

BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
9/1/15 5:04 P

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Forgot to get anything out of the freezer yesterday, so fixed zoodles in a butter, cream and cheese sauce. Like mac and cheese, but with zoodles. Quick and easy and good.

BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
8/30/15 8:43 P

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Pork chop cooked in lard
Medley of broccoli, red bell pepper and zucchini sauteed in the pork drippings
Cucumber in ranch dressing

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8/26/15 9:01 A

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I made a small plate of antipasto. 3 slices of Provolone, salami, roasted red peppers and splash of red wine vinegar. Then I was still a little hungry so I stole two slices of liverwurst from my hubby. It was actually not that bad-very filling.

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BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
8/24/15 9:54 P

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- zoodles ("noodles" made from strands of zucchini) sauteed in hamburger drippings, with a sauce made from leftover Eggplant and Hamburger Casserole, thinned with some heavy whipping cream and topped with shredded cheese (a blend of mozzarella, cheddar and provolone)
- cucumbers in a mixture of ranch and sour cream

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8/22/15 9:19 P

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- zoodles ("noodles" made from strands of zucchini) sauteed in lard, with a sauce made from leftover Eggplant and Hamburger Casserole, thinned with some heavy whipping cream and topped with shredded cheese (a blend of mozzarella, cheddar and provolone)
- cucumber with Caesar dressing (bad choice of dressing, but I was tired of ranch)

BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
8/22/15 3:39 P

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Eggplant and Hamburger Casserole with broccoli

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8/22/15 3:36 P

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BBQ pork chops on the grille (home made low-carb BBQ sauce--I have a GREAT recipe for this) with coleslaw (homemade low carb cole slaw dressing)

My name is Jeanne (pronounced Jean ee); I live in eastern Washington State.


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BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
8/19/15 9:01 P

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leftover roast pork
broccoli with pork drippings
cucumber with ranch dressing

BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
8/17/15 8:55 P

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roast pork, buttered green beans, sliced tomatoes, sliced cukes, ranch dressing

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8/17/15 6:30 P

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Grilled chicken & spinach salad with hot bacon dressing

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BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
8/13/15 12:07 A

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leftover baked chicken
carrots and zucchini with butter and lemon juice
tomatoes with fresh basil, olive oil and balsamic vinegar

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8/12/15 7:15 P

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Grilled romaine lettuce with grilled chicken, broccoli & homemade ranch dressing

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BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
8/11/15 8:39 P

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Swiss steak, carrot sticks, lettuce with ranch dressing and sunflower seeds

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8/11/15 6:00 P

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Chilli Prawn (shrimp) Stir-Fry with Pak Choi

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8/11/15 5:03 P

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Italian sausage, grilled onions and peppers, yellow mustard and buttered green beans.

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BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
8/11/15 11:05 A

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baked chicken
green beans with bacon
sliced tomatoes with fresh basil, balsamic vinegar and olive oil

BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
8/9/15 8:39 P

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Taco salad tonight, with leftovers from a few days ago. Might have a peach in a little bit.

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8/9/15 2:34 P

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Guess what Maw I'm having the same dang thing tonight come on over!

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BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
8/8/15 6:17 P

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I want Lisa to invite me over for dinner.

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8/8/15 5:47 P

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NY Strip & mashed cauliflower

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8/6/15 6:12 P

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Bavarian bratwurst, kraut & buttered green beans

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BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
8/5/15 11:10 P

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taco salad - lettuce, tomato, sour cream, ranch dressing, cheddar cheese, seasoned meat

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8/5/15 6:56 P

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2 parmesan crusted chicken thighs & olive oil roasted Brussels sprouts

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8/5/15 5:53 P

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I love all these ideas.

My name is Jeanne (pronounced Jean ee); I live in eastern Washington State.


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BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
8/4/15 9:08 P

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pork shoulder country style ribs, green beans with sour cream and dill, coleslaw

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8/4/15 5:28 P

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kielbasa,kraut & buttered green beans.

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BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
8/4/15 10:08 A

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German Sausage and Cheddar Omelet at a restaurant. I should have asked them where they get the German sausage. It was delicious! With some sliced (practically shaved!) tomatoes on the side.

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8/4/15 4:31 A

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Grilled burger, Colby, mayo, tomato and onion & asparagus with butter

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BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
8/3/15 1:37 P

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Perky, tell me about the baked cucumber wedges!

eggs Florentine, sort of. Creamed spinach with eggs, which were supposed to be poached in the spinach but didn't cook so I scrambled them into the spinach instead.

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8/3/15 11:44 A

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Pork chop breaded with pork rinds and parmesan cheese & mashed cauliflower

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8/3/15 11:06 A

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2- chicken thighs baked -cold cucumber wedges

Edited by: PERKY551 at: 10/15/2015 (13:35)
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8/2/15 10:25 A

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Low carb tortilla wrap (3 net gr carbs) filled with tuna salad (mayo, tomatoes, lettuce, albacore tuna, pickles, celery, olives and a bit of onion if you like that). I also mix the mayo (0 carbs) with a little cream and some onion or garlic salt. Atkins has a ranch dressing recipe to die for, and I have also used that in this wrap. Egg salad is also good in this.

Maybe these are more lunch selections, but they are still very good lighter dinner choices.

Edited by: JEANNE229 at: 8/2/2015 (10:26)
My name is Jeanne (pronounced Jean ee); I live in eastern Washington State.


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8/2/15 6:32 A

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Grilled burger, Colby, tomato, onion, mayo & SF pickles.

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BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
8/1/15 10:27 A

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salad of lettuce, tomatoes, sunflower seeds, and ranch dressing
a few cheese curds

It was late when I got home and I didn't feel like cooking anything. A salad seemed just right.

BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
7/31/15 11:38 A

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pork chop and canned green beans with sour cream and dill

Lisa, I love your new picture with the lady bug!

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7/31/15 4:44 A

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Hamburger with swiss and a little grilled onion & mushrooms, mayo, wrapped in lettuce and a small salad with vinegar & oil dressing.

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BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
7/30/15 12:22 A

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chili (no beans) with sour cream and cheddar cheese
carrot sticks
leftover salad of tomato, cucumber, green pepper, sour cream and vinegar

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7/29/15 4:30 A

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Maw, it definitely helped. I chopped the beef and mix it in the sauce before I left for work so it could sort of marinate and it was pretty good. The sauce has horseradish in it which I love so it had a nice kick.

I don't know that I would call it a bbq sauce but from what little I read it's an Alabama thing and it is traditionally used on chicken.

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BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
7/28/15 9:00 P

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spareribs
buttered broccoli
cucumber, tomato and green pepper salad in sour cream and vinegar dressing

BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
7/28/15 8:58 P

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Lisa, did the bbq sauce rescue the beef from being tough as shoe leather, too?

BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
7/28/15 4:59 P

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They both sound great! Thanks for posting.

Anyone else?!

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7/28/15 1:52 P

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Last night was 6 chicken drummettes (the little ones that are about wing size) in buffalo sauce. with sauteed squash/mushrooms. I eat a little veggies at dinner (and salad mix at lunch)

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7/28/15 1:50 P

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I tried a new recipe for asian beef it was flavorless and as tough as shoe leather! Since I batch cook I'm stuck with it for the next several days. I was trying to think of how I could rescue it and bbq beef came to mind but I didn't feel like making bbq sauce and store bought has too much sugar. I found a recipe for white bbq sauce that is mayonnaise based and a throw together kind of recipe it only took about 3 minutes to prepare and it was delicious!

So I had beef with white bbq sauce & buttered asparagus.

Edited by: LISALOOPNER at: 7/28/2015 (13:51)
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BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
7/28/15 10:19 A

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Come on, peoples! Surely I'm not the only one around here who eats supper/dinner! What do you eat? Who cares if it's not exciting. Mine usually aren't, either. Who has time to fix exciting all the time, anyway. What did you eat last night?

I had leftover meatloaf, buttered broccoli, and carrot salad (shredded carrot, sunflower seeds, mayo, cinnamon and splenda)

How about you?

BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
7/25/15 8:35 P

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meatloaf
buttered green beans
shredded carrot and zucchini cooked in meatloaf drippings
sliced tomato

All these wonderful summer veggies! Most of them aren't real low in carbs, but oh! are they ever good!

BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
7/19/15 2:29 P

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ham
buttered green beans
salad - lettuce, carrot, celery, tomato, sunflower seeds, ranch dressing
cantaloupe
devilled mashed spuds (for the rest of the family)

BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
7/14/15 9:11 P

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wieners (no buns, of course)
cabbage salad - cabbage, onion, mayo, mustard, lemon juice, splenda, black pepper, celery seeds
iced tea

BUDGETMAW Posts: 6,505
6/23/15 8:44 P

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taco salad - lettuce, seasoned hamburger, salsa, sour cream, ranch dressing, cheddar cheese, monterey jack cheese

(Mom and Don had burritos - the same thing I had except they put it in a tortilla and added some refried beans. An easy way to feed both low carbers and non-low carbers the same meal.)

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