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What did you have for dinner? -Part dois

Lisa

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Thanks! I like loading it up with mushrooms and onions and tomatoes and stuff too but then it gets all waterlogged and messy. Just ham and cheese this time. Still tasty and a nice break from pizza.
My mom used to make that for Sunday brunch after mass occasionally. I still make it for a light dinner.


We used to have this occasionally as a late Sunday meal. I didn't know what the name was until I was in college and saw it on The Frugal Gourmet. My daughter never liked onions that well.

 

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A stinker today. Made some Chung's vegetable eggrolls, half of them ended up in the trash. 🤢 Will have to snack on something later on.
Chung's frozen box of 4? If so, been there. Most prepared frozen foods I find to be a waste of money. I feel the same way about most fast foods. I would have been better off to make egg sandwiches, toasted cheese sandwiches, peanut butter jelly sandwiches or open a can of soup.
 

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Chung's frozen box of 4? If so, been there. Most prepared frozen foods I find to be a waste of money. I feel the same way about most fast foods. I would have been better off to make egg sandwiches, toasted cheese sandwiches, peanut butter jelly sandwiches or open a can of soup.
That brand was in the weekly ad, so I thought I'd try it. They were disgusting. I think this was the brand I was getting at Kroger, much better, lighter crisper outside and vegetables inside were good. I ended up toasting an artisan roll, spread with Smart Balance, added sliced Gouda cheese and melted it in microwave. We eat mostly home cooked meals, not into fast food or frozen food for meals very often.

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