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    DS wants swedish meatballs for dinner - hopefully meatballs & gravy will trick him since I have zero idea how to make swedish ones

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    what's Swedish about Swedish meatballs!? unless he means the ones from IKEA!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointless1 View Post
    DS wants swedish meatballs for dinner - hopefully meatballs & gravy will trick him since I have zero idea how to make swedish ones
    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    what's Swedish about Swedish meatballs!? unless he means the ones from IKEA!?
    I have no idea if they are different. Meatballs and gravy sounds yum. I made that 2 weeks ago (I swear I make meatballs every week. This week was teriyaki though).

    Leftover potato and leek soup for us here.

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    ok here's a good recipe for Swedish meatballs

    http://damndelicious.net/2014/02/21/swedish-meatballs/

    looks like the balls are just as per whatever usual recipe you want and then the creamy gravy is what makes them "Swedish"

    looks like most of it is pantry staples you'd have on hand anyway, just need to check you've got beef stock and sour cream.

    gosh now I want to make those!! dh is making us lamb shanks instead!

    at home now snuggling with my little ds. he's so sleepy and toasty

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    at home now snuggling with my little ds. he's so sleepy and toasty
    Did he have his vaccination this week?

    DD is sooooo sleepy today. I am hoping it is catch up from this week and not that she decided day is sleep time and night is awake time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    I think we may crack open some cheese and crackers.

    I got hit by a wave of tiredness. Too late to nap and too early to go to bed.
    A little 30 mm minute nap would be OK just now. I often have a late arvo nap on a weekend.

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    thank you - I do have enough stuff to make those without the pork mince & assuming my sour cream is still ok. Maybe that will mean DS will actually eat his dinner, especially as a friend gave me 5kg of farm-fresh potatoes this morning (they are like $10 for a 10kg bag & the farm is just past her house - normally when I have my car they are a staple) so he can have it with mash

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Did he have his vaccination this week?

    DD is sooooo sleepy today. I am hoping it is catch up from this week and not that she decided day is sleep time and night is awake time...
    had his vax on Thursday. he seems ok after them I think. he's going through leap 4 at the moment though and 4m sleep regression so maybe any crankiness from his shots has been masked by that

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointless1 View Post
    thank you - I do have enough stuff to make those without the pork mince & assuming my sour cream is still ok. Maybe that will mean DS will actually eat his dinner, especially as a friend gave me 5kg of farm-fresh potatoes this morning (they are like $10 for a 10kg bag & the farm is just past her house - normally when I have my car they are a staple) so he can have it with mash
    perfect!! that sounds like a perfect dinner on such a cold night!!

    I reckon even if the sour cream is less than fresh it may be ok, as you're cooking with it? like so long as there's no mould or anything weird going on with it I reckon it should be ok lol. let us know how the recipe goes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointless1 View Post
    thank you - I do have enough stuff to make those without the pork mince & assuming my sour cream is still ok. Maybe that will mean DS will actually eat his dinner, especially as a friend gave me 5kg of farm-fresh potatoes this morning (they are like $10 for a 10kg bag & the farm is just past her house - normally when I have my car they are a staple) so he can have it with mash
    Sour cream *should* be ok a little out of date.

    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    had his vax on Thursday. he seems ok after them I think. he's going through leap 4 at the moment though and 4m sleep regression so maybe any crankiness from his shots has been masked by that
    Mine has been leaping and cranky as well. Also not sure what to blame.

    I'm now watching cooking shows. Because watching Donna Hay make perfect looking food is good for the soul or something.

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