What's for Dinner......

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Tonight it's fried pork tenderloin with Knorr's Sour Cream and Chives noodles. I may slip a vegetable in there somewhere on the side. :)
 

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rainbow salad with ~~~
with what ever :)
I have to say your salads are rainbows indeed...🌈
And an art many take for granted.
We eat with our eyes as much as our palates...


Well, till things get all mixed up and scraping the bottom of the bowl :D
 
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Whatever we could find in the fridge.

Tomorrow......that will be good ole steak on the grill and baked potato. Then with the left over steak pieces.......I shall do a steak, egg, cheese bagel for breakfast.

Or I'll do poached eggs and steak with toast.....yes poached it is.
 
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Had to throw the salad in there to make it healthy, eh? :D
 

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Later today it will be a breaded sole fillet with broccoli/cauliflower topped with shredded cheese and rice.
 

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There's an old saying, “Breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, dinner like a pauper" :)
 
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They say it is actually better for the digestion to eat the larger meal at noon and then a lighter supper. I've been wanting to try that but never seem to get around to it. I eat way too much at supper and then snacking afterwards. :(
 

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