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I want to make macaroni and cheese this weekend. :T

 

Last time i made it, it was a bit too bland. This time, I shall taste it first!

 

Kind of want it to be a casserole dish so will add some veges (bell peppers and onions) and some ground turkey. + bacon bits on top. Sharp chedder cheese + mozerella + (mystery cheese...)

 

Need to check if we have paprika. I'm pretty sure I bought some.

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Tech: I do the same. I saw that today too and drooled. lol

 

Still, I am thinking of adding red onions, ground turkey, diced mushrooms, diced tomatoes, diced bellpeppers, and lots of cheese.

 

Haven't figured out if I should be a purist and make a regular mac and cheese + salad side or just jumble it all together for a casserole. Hmmmmm..

 

Richard: I'm sure Ren won't mind your company. I'll probably make it this Saturday if I have time and Ren comes home for dinner.

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UGH RICHARD.... that dead elephant vid is making me nauseous... :blink::wacko:

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Well, mac and cheese is out of the running. Ren's complaining about his waistline and I have been ignoring the red flags around mine.

 

For some reason, I find that I will always add bellpeppers, onions, and mushrooms to whatever I am cooking. Like this Stuffed Bell Pepper I made last time: http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/dads_stuffed_bell_peppers/

 

Less rice, more veges.

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Tonight's menu:

- Zuchini Parmesan Crisps (baked Zuchini covered in panko, freshly grated parmesan, salt, pepper, and Hungarian paprika)

- Tomato and Mozzarella salad (Mix greens, slices of tomato, and slices of mozzarella drizzled in homemade balsamic vinaigrette, seasoned to taste)

- Saute beef and onions

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Made meat patty with napa cabbage. Throwing in the rice noodle closer to serving time so it doesn't become too soggy.

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I've come across a few websites for meal prep and general healthy cooking. This one has some pretty good recipes, some of which I might try and work in to my weekly lunch rotations.

http://fitmencook.com/

 

This is more like a database of different recipes with their macros broken down.

https://www.eatthismuch.com/

 

Another set of recipes, they also focus on cooking 1 month of food at a time, which I find a bit excessive.

http://www.saltandprepperblog.com/recipes/

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