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    Quote Originally Posted by Infrared Charlotte View Post
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    How are you doing girl?
    Its been a long time & i'm glad to be back.
    (i am the old "cat in the hat or CITH as some called me). NOW i have reinvented myself as InfraRedCharlotte. name comes frome an game i used to play with the kids on some gaming device & Charlotte is my dog's name.

    I'sending good & positive vibes your way.

    Take care
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    Or affectionately "Lime Cat" because of that cute little helmet type hat.

    In general I'm fine. Age is catching up with me (Medicare age) and sadly overweight. I have the aches and pains that go with that. (with the MS mixed)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parsi View Post
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    Or affectionately "Lime Cat" because of that cute little helmet type hat.

    In general I'm fine. Age is catching up with me (Medicare age) and sadly overweight. I have the aches and pains that go with that. (with the MS mixed)


    Yes my girl, i hear that. Age, MS, playing games with ud,

    Peace
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    The early bird catches the worms~~~~~that means, I wake up early and have worms. lol

    That's my son's words of wisdom to me! ! lol

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    Oh my people we are getting off topic.

    We should ONLY b exchanging recipies. At least whst i have been told.

    Life in the fast lane.

    Sandra
    The early bird catches the worms~~~~~that means, I wake up early and have worms. lol

    That's my son's words of wisdom to me! ! lol

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    Had Chicken, baked stuffed potato and steamed chopped spinach for dinner tonight. Chicken is so easy and is wonderful whether done on the grill or in the skillet.

    For a split chicken breast (boneless):
    1T. Olive oil
    1T. balsamic vinegar
    1/4 tsp Emeril's chicken rub.
    Mix and marinate your two portions of chicken for 20 minutes to several hours. Always moist and delicious and consistent. Obviously if you are feeding more than 2 , add more olive oil and vinegar and chicken rub. This cooks on low-medium heat on the grill in about 5 minutes per side and in a skillet over medium heat about 7 minutes per side.

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    Sandra, I think in THIS thread it's so much easier to keep it on topic so we don't have to scroll through extraneous posts.

    I know I appreciate it remaining ON topic - in such a long thread, it's just easier to find the food info, that's all.

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    OT is the way of life here...LOL....n it tastes good too!
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    Hello everyone!
    Here in western MA we have escaped snow all winter. But we have suddenly gotten storms dropping 5". And it is cold and very windy.

    Husband John brought home several varieties of sweet potatoes from farmers' market we attend. We bake them all and have them around all week. If warm I split it open and fill it with whatever is in the frig. Today's breakfast was a mixture of yogurt and guacamole on a white sweet potato. Yesterday's dinner potato was topped with a ladle of a bean/veggie soup I made that was like a thick stew. Yum.

    If I have cottage cheese in the frig that will be a start. Maybe with chopped up apple on top.

    I always have hummus and that is a great start with some type of salsa on top of that.

    Potatoes are great to bake and have around for nutritious meals...
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    Ah sweet potato fries! Oven-baked to avoid too much grease.

    Linda, I didn't even know there was a white sweet potato. I believe you're talking about a true yam, not the pale yellow sweet potato that is often called a yam?

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    I'm confused about sweet potatoes vs yams: Same vs different. But since I don't eat them, I never checked into them. I probably should. I'll read agate's link and see if it points the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agate View Post
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    Ah sweet potato fries! Oven-baked to avoid too much grease.

    Linda, I didn't even know there was a white sweet potato. I believe you're talking about a true yam, not the pale yellow sweet potato that is often called a yam?

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/1...n_4325275.html
    Nope, there is a white sweet potato. The flesh is white. Friends also grow a purple sweet potato. Flesh is royal purple. They are not yams.
    I love growing all the stuff we grow and I love all the exciting foods that are grown here in the Pioneer Valley of western MA
    Linda~~~~

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