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Old 08-16-2019, 06:17 AM
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Tonight, it was pasta and jar sauce for children and this easy baked eggplant parmesan for adults. Plus, microwave steamed green beans and strawberries. Sorry if my link is trash, I am rusty.

ETA: I bought like 5 eggplants, so we are going to have eggplant one more time in the next couple of days. Be prepared.

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Last night, for friends' dinner, I made chicken groundnut stew/curry/whatever (chicken in a spicy peanut butter curry), with rice, sauteed collards, and mashed pumpkin with garlic, butter, and S&P. And our friend brought rolls, which we served with my homemade cultured butter. No kidding--everything turned out really good, especially considering that it was the first time I made the mashed pumpkin or butter, and I made the chicken groundnut a completely different way than usual.

Tonight, we heat up that, plus I'll fry some plantains to go with it.
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