What's For Dinner?

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    I'm making my dinner list for March. Nothing sounds good. I need 2 more meals. Any ideas?
     
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    Montery chicken.
    Garlic/shrimp pasta.
     
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    What's Monterey Chicken?
     
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    Fajitas.

    Greek Salad w/ garlic chicken breast pieces.
     
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    Boneless, skinless chicken breast with BBQ sauce, bacon, and chedder/romano cheeses.
     
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    Ooooh... yummy.
     
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    Nevermind, it's not available in the mid-west. :rotflmao:
     
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    Chipotle chicken with rice & chipotle cream sauce :thup:

    Seasoning

    I can't remember the brand that makes the sauce packet, but I'll post it after I get home from work.

    The sauce also works with breaded chicken tenders.
     
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    Marinate a flank steak for a day or two...very heavily.


    When you're ready to eat, cut it in cubes. Boil in a beef broth w/ onions and stuff...Fondue..

    Here's the kicker -

    Take Mayo and season to taste with a lot of curry powder...Have some hearty french-or-italian bread to go along...

    Open a Pinot or even a softer Merlot.

    :D

    Trust me - this dish is 'succulent'
     
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    I'm always looking for succulent dishes. Sounds great!
     

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