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Most of our weekend was spent "moving in" to a new computer. Deleting preinstalled programs we don't want and installing our own favorite programs just takes time.
I did get away from the computer to run an errand with my daughter, and while we were out, I stopped at the grocery store. I said, "If you were at a restaurant and could have anything you wanted for dinner tonight, what would you order?" She said Chicken Alfredo. Now there was a BTD challenge!
We went to the pasta isle for fettuccini noodles. There was a row of packaged mixes, two of them for Alfredo sauce. Normally I would shun packaged mixes, but I had just promised my daughter Chicken Alfredo, and I had no clue what ingredients were needed for the sauce. The first was filled with chemicals - no help there. The second said "all natural gluten free" on the front. There were two type A avoids in the ingredients. Since neither of my As follow the BTD faithfully, and I planned to prepare the sauce with soy milk, I decided to buy it.
I wouldn't be eating the noodles, so I cooked a spaghetti squash. If you are Type O and haven't tried spaghetti squash, I highly recommend it. Bake it in the oven whole, until it feels soft (like a baked potato). Cut it in half and scrape out the seeds. The rest of the squash comes out of the skin in little strings that look like angel hair pasta. It is sweeter than spaghetti, but it has the same look and feel of a plate of pasta. I cooked chicken thighs slowly at low heat. After I deboned them I sprinkled them with Italian seasoning.
My As had fettuccini topped with chicken and Alfredo Sauce. I had spaghetti squash topped with chicken, and olive oil. We all had a big green salad. Then - back to the computer.
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