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What's For Dinner? Feb 28, 2021 | Cooking for Two | Easy & Delicious Meals

Hey Y’all! We are back with some really easy & delicious weeknight meals for you, and we show you how we make each one. We tried a new …

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  1. Hi Stacy!! I’ve been meaning to tell you this every time I hear it in your vlog but my favorite, EVER, word that you say is “slurry.” I seriously love hearing your southern accent say that word! Lol So I was very excited to hear it tonight in this vlog 🤗. Tim is on a health food kick!! Wowzers! Maybe he can pass some of that motivation onto Shadd and I! But good for you for even just eating that one piece of cheese toast. I would have eaten two and that is totally my problem right there lol
    I hope you’re both enjoying your weekend! Big hugs to you from Krista and baby Carson.

  2. Add two tablespoons of cornstarch to 4 tbsp of water. Stir it into the mixture and let it come back to a rolling boil it will thicken your sauce. beef and noodles is usually thick and slightly and this is one of the best ways to do this

  3. Thank you for your time and care in putting these videos together. Sadly many people are feeling hopeless in this wicked world. We can have perfect hope, and peace, but only through Jesus.
    He gives hope to the hopeless. Hebrews 6:19  Which hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and stedfast, and which entereth into that within the veil; 
    He gives peace when there is no peace. 2Corinthians 13:11  Finally, brethren, farewell. Be perfect, be of good comfort, be of one mind, live in peace; and the God of love and peace shall be with you.
    John 3:16  For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. Please call upon Jesus today.

  4. I love the way you hold up the spice caps for your recipes. Great idea. It’s much easier to read. Thank you for making cooking so fun!👏👏

  5. Loved the video Stacy (: I plan to try the scone recipe you posted I want to say last week soon. Raising Canes is great we also have it up north! I love to get my tenders extra crispy! I do have a question this week your cooking space always looks so neat and organized, I tend to be a “chaotic” cook how do you keep your space and kitchen as a whole so clean? I hope y’all are having a great week so far.

  6. Hi there Stacy! I am also sensitive to spicy food so I cannot wait to try the creamy enchiladas they look absolutely delicious I'm making them tonight with rotisserie chicken! Thanks so much for sharing more great ideas yet again 😀 💞👍

  7. I grew up on beef & noodles. I thicken mine with a cornstarch slurry if needed. I usually serve it with mashed potatoes & peas, just like my mom did. Your wild rice soup looked sooo good!! And I’m with Tim … I want to like strawberries in salad but it’s not my favorite 😃 have a great week!

  8. Also need to add this I was recently turned on to Crispy Keto French Fries. Please go to the channel Low Carb Love, put out 3 months ago (Nov. 29, 2020). Folks that I know tried it and were blown away by it tasting like McDonald's fries. And said the ketchup just compounded the taste. I am gonna get what I need and fingers crossed make some when I get well, Blessings y'all!

  9. Essenhaus is an Amish restaurant in NE I Indiana. The gravy is usually thickened. Speaking of carb-loading, around here beef and noodles is served over mashed potatoes. Lol

  10. Hi Stacy, love your video as always. I wish I had watched this prior to making yesterday's dinner for my family. For the first time since marriage and family, I made a pot roast and it was like rubber. I'm not 100% sure what I did wrong but after watching your preparation, I think I do now. Should have put the crock pot on low vs. high. Oh well, you live and you learn.

  11. Try arugula, raspberry vinaigrette, strawberries or raspberries, a diced jalapeño and blue cheese or Gorgonzola crumbles!!!!

  12. Your videos are awesome! I love your kind, thoughtful ways of preparing food for your husband. I try to do the same. We have way too many carbs, I have a tendency to make too much for two persons as well. Thankfully my husband is fan fan of leftovers. I especially liked when you said, "boo-hiss"! What a very pleasant way to say you're not a fan of something – perfect. Thank you again for your awesome channel.

  13. Hey Stacy! As always, this video made me hungry, lol! I love beef & noodles! That was a staple in my house growing up. Mom always made it with leftover pot roast, and I do that as well sometimes. I enjoy mine with a dollop of sour cream, like a stroganoff. I do the same thing with chicken as well, but to that one I usually add diced carrots and celery. I also make homemade ranch seasoning, but I’ve never tried making a Mexican version, great idea! Glad you’re enjoying the chili powder, you’re welcome. 😊 Like you, I don’t usually feel like cooking on the weekends. Friday nights we always order takeout, and my parents have been coming over on Fridays since the quarantine began. It’s become a great tradition. We’re still avoiding restaurant dining rooms for the most part, but honestly I prefer eating at home anyway. Hope y’all have a great week! ❤️

  14. Finally watching. So glad you liked the beef noodles!! I don't drain the broth but I use the bare minimum broth to cook the noodles. Not supposed to be soupy, but that's the way we like it

  15. Hi Stacey, I'm one of you're subscribers from Derbyshire UK and i really enjoy you're channel. It's interesting to me to see the different ingredients and style of cooking in the USA. You have a lovely extended family and a beautiful home which you and Tim deserve. God bless to you both.

  16. Hi Stact, OMG, I really laughed out loud when you said "a feast fit for a fast food queen"!. lol. I have never heard of Raising Cane. We did not have that in 1970's Tupelo. There might be one now in Tupelo. I would love to try it. It looked real good. I have been thinking about soup a lot and I better make some this week before it gets too hot. Thank you for a great week of dinnertime inspiration. xoxo

  17. Everything looked amazing: the beef dinner, the enchiladas, that beautiful strawberry salad. Yum. One day I want to make that chicken rice soup. It looked superb! Thank you for making my mouth water at midnight, Stacy! lol That was some good cooking! (:

  18. As always, everything look so tasty this week! The chicken & rice soup especially caught my eye…it seems like forever since we’ve had this and it was probably made by Campbell’s. I think hubs will love it. I just cannot get back in being the cook around here and don’t tell him,🤫 but I’m kinda burned out on my hubby’s cooking and I think he’s getting burned out cooking. I really need to push myself after I recoup from my oral surgery mañana. Y’all stay safe and God bless❣️.

  19. We've been fixing a new recipe ,
    Ground turkey with salsa:
    We fry the ground turkey up like you would hamburger, adding season and then after the turkey is done in the same pot at the turkey we add salas to it and let it cook together , then we put it with french fries

  20. The enchiladas…I make something similar, except I add some cream cheese also to the sauce and I put the sauce inside the tortillas. Then top with salsa verde sauce on top. And, of course, cheese on top of that. 😁

  21. Delicious looking meals as always Stacy! The chicken and rice soup looked yummy! I'll have to give it a try when the weather gets colder. We're still living on salads. Les had a stent put in his heart last week so we'll probably have to eat even more salads! Lol Tonight we're having a meal you would like, honey soy baked chicken legs and homemade fried rice. Happy day from all of us! ❤😊

  22. Oh my Stacy the wild rice soup look real good and i do have some wild rice still leftover and i was going throw it out and freeze it this is a good idea from my lunch this week take to school

  23. Hello Stacy and Tim.
    Your food always looks so delicious.
    Chuck roasts are my favorite roasts ever. Especially with egg noodles and a yummy gravy. We enjoy a thick gravy with egg noodles or mashed potatoes and a thinner gravy when eating it with rice.
    I usually save the delicious juices from the crockpot when making beef or chicken and freeze it in jars and use it in recipes or soups.
    Lots of people in the south seem to make enchiladas with flour tortillas. I use corn tortillas. I have froze flour tortillas but didnt separate them with wax paper. What a great tip. Thanks! 😁
    Creamy chicken and wild rice soup. Now that looks good. You are a lucky woman that those leftovers were all yours. My family would have eaten it all up. Lol.
    I bought a 2lb tub of strawberries Friday and they are delicious, sweet, and tastes like candy. 😋
    I am baking a bacon wrapped meatloaf, garlic mashed potatoes, roasted asparagus, salad for dinner tonight
    Between smelling my meatloaf and watching your video I am getting very hungry.
    My son is doing good. Not hurt from the accident. We are still waiting for his car to get done. We have a rental. The freeze slowed down the car getting done. We are waiting patiently. Lol.
    Husbands job is going good. He still does not have a computer which makes it difficult to do his job but we are so blessed and grateful he has a job because so many do not.
    Hope all is well with you my sweet friend. And hope all is well with Tim.
    Hope and pray you have a wonderful and blessed week.

  24. Well Stacy i made my chili like i told you last week i would and it was good Oh boy that pot roast really looks good boy i miss having red meat my husband dose not eat red meat no more i think im just going have to buy myself a little one lol lol

  25. U did soooo good with the beef and noodles…i make it both ways thin or thicker like a gravy. Oh the memories of those on my bday. Yummmm. Glad u liked them 💜💜💜. Oh raising canes toast is the best and sweet tea. We have them here in MO and its also in nebraska too

  26. Your black bean chili was delicious. It is what's for dinner tonight. I make chicken and noodles. I have never thought to makes beef and noodles. I like to make homemade egg noodles when I make the chicken and noodles but sometimes will buy the frozen Reames Egg Noodles. Those are the closest to my grandmothers recipe for egg noodles. We do not make noodles often. It is one of the things that we make for Thanksgiving. We have noodle parties. They freeze well and it takes about a dozen batches for the entire family so a couple Saturdays before Thanksgiving Mom, my 2 sisters and myself, along with as many of our 5 daughters who are available go to Moms and order pizza for lunch and make a bunch of noodles. It works well with everyone helping. Otherwise it takes Mom about 10 or 12 days to make them as she can only do 1 or 2 batches a day. When we all ho make them we have trays of noodles sitting all over, even on her bed until we are finished using the 2 tables and can move them there to dry before bagging them up to freeze. They are made with eggs, egg yolks, water, flour and salt so they have to be frozen or they spoil. Glad you have better weather. It is in the 50s here for the next 10 days. Its pouring rain today though. Rather have rain than snow. If this much rain was snow it would be several feet. Hopefully the snow is over for us for the year. Occasionally we get a last storm in March but not often, although the worse ice storm we ever had was on April 1st. We got almost 2 inches of ice. It shut down the city for a couple days but melted fast. Hope everyone is well. All is good here. Hopefully we get our Covid shot sometime this week.

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