Lunch for Dinner

sloppy joe and

We had an unusually late, late, late lunch today, so even by nine o’clock, dinnertime hadn’t rolled around. But when it finally did, this is what we ate. It was a nice blend of flavors, quite nutritious, and not too filling.

Sloppy Joe’s on homemade whole-wheat rolls, steamed cabbage, tomato slices, and smushed avocado.

Ah – just right! ;->


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14 Responses to Lunch for Dinner

  1. Sherry says:

    Your food is always so beautiful looking. Would love to have your sloppy Joe recipe.


  2. Better late than never! 🙂


  3. Liz says:

    When is lunch for lunch and dinner for dinner? The dinner looks appetizing and flavourful. I love the addition of avocado and tomatoes. Enjoy the Easter weekend!


  4. Clanmother says:

    I remember my mom making sloppy joes in winter when we lived in Northern Canada where the temperatures were minus 40 F. They always warmed us up after we came in from the cold.


  5. LFFL says:

    Now that’s some healthy eating! Did you make those whole-wheat rolls yourself?


    • judilyn says:

      Oh, yes! I make all our bread. Store stuff tastes too salty, and seems to go bad very quickly compared to home made. I use the bread maker and then shape and bake in the oven. One batch of dough makes a big focaccia, a small loaf of cinnamon or herb bread, and six gigantic sandwich/burger buns. I like to make a focaccia because it is thin. I make breadstick-sized cuts and toast. Very crunchy, like breadsticks, only much easier than rolling those little guys out from scratch! Also can add a drizzle of olive oil and sprinkle on some Italian herbs and a shake of Parmesan or Asiago.


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