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3/6/10 2:51 P

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Roasted vegetables (zucchini, red peppers, carrots, mushrooms or whatever with a little olive oil, garlic and maybe Mrs. Dash Italian blend roasted at 425 for half an hour or so) with pasta. The veggies make the base for just a little pasta and sauce and are really lovely and filling. emoticon

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1/25/10 8:40 A

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Thank you! I was wanting something different for dinner and that looks great!

Until we meet again - Peace.

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1/25/10 7:41 A

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One of my favorite recipes is Pasta Pomodoro with Shrimp
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Just add a beverage and desert.

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1/25/10 7:39 A

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Let's share our favorite meals!

They don't have to be budget meals either. We all need a treat now and then, and a favorite home cooked meal is probably a lot cheaper and healthier than eating out. (Which we may also still do from time to time.)

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