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i realize how HORRIBLE most of them eat! god forbid they eats grains let alone be able to name one other than rice. and the idea of eating vegetables is having a side salad with some tomatoes in it.
my meal planning for the meat eaters isn't going too well. i have maybe 5 things, but i need 5 more dinners!
i asked my meat eating sister in law what she thought about some of the stuff i was looking at and she said "oh....no no" like it was gross. she's not even a big red meat eater like my father in law is.
i'm gonna check it out. i'm not a huge ricotta fan, so when i make lasagna, i usually do a blend of 1/3 ricotta, 1/3 goat cheese, 1/3 parmesan with 1 egg as a binder. then i use mozzarella slices in the layers and on top. this thing ends up weighing about 5lbs when it's ready for the oven (9x13dish). i only make it maybe twice a year because it's super rich
yah! pizza night is a good idea. i could buy dough and make some pizzas or just order out?
burger night is a good idea. i bought some portobellos today. i think my husband said they'll eat portobello burgers.
what about spanikopita type thing with couscous.. I made a hummus type mix with onion and peppers in it and season it up with cumin..stuffed it in phyllo dough , made into triangles and got good reviews..but I don't think meat eaters ate any...
I also use phyllo and made triangles out of mushrooms, and marinara and cheese
Or a stromboli of sorts....
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