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Chère diarrhée

February 9th, 2014 at 01:57 pm

OR, how to become a TROTSkyite on lemon water

Link of the day: How to halve grocery expenditures

It snowed here. I am staying in with my recipes, internet, teas, and my wacky library loan DVDs. With the exception of rotation of lentil (French, red) variations paired with brown rice, when followed closely this menu plan will use up all significant protein sources except eggs.

This week's featured cookbook is Arsy Vartanian's Paleo Slow Cooker. I returned Hazan's book to the SPL but my spouse so enjoyed eating the dishes her book helped me make that we now have at least a temporary eBook version.

Sunday: Veal Stew with Sage and White Wine (Hazan, Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking)

Bok Choy and Tofu Noodle Bowl

Short Ribs in Tomato Fennel Sauce (Vartanian, Paleo Slow Cooker)

Sweet and Sour Lentils, Gourmet Succotash w/homemade chicken stock (Nourishing Traditions, Fallon)

Prosciutto and Cream Sauce over Fettuccine (Hazan, Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking)


Chicken Paprikash

Fried Tidbits of Swordfish or Other Fish (Hazan, Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking)

Quick Coconut Lamb Curry

Baked Fillet of Sole With Tomato, Oregano And Hot Pepper (Hazan, Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking)

Veal Scalloppine al Limone

2 Responses to “Chère diarrhée”

  1. rob62521 Says:

    It is nice when you find recipes the spouse likes. You are more adventurous than we are. Good for you!

  2. Suzanne Says:

    Love the title. My son would call the popular book series about a wimpy kid, 'Diarrhea of a Wimpy Kid.' I don't think he understood what he was saying or how funny it was though. Smile

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