I made Minestrone for Saturday night dinner—not the most obvious choice for warm weather. We had a lot of green beans, and I found some lovely yellow summer squash at the farmers market. As onion is bothering my husband, I used 2 tsp. rehydrated dried onion. I added the leftover ground turkey from when we had pizza that I had frozen. It made a nice, light supper.
I’m glad to hear that the “dinner” bread works so well, Cwcdesign. I look forward to trying it when the weather cools down.
I’m sorry to hear that you have now joined the group of people with shellfish allergies. I had heard from another person that this allergy can emerge, even though the eater has been fine with shellfish up until that time. I’m glad that it was no worse.
Tonight we had hamburger steaks with onions and french fries.
Sorry you to hear of your allergic reaction to shell fish cwdesign.My mother was allergic to shellfish but could eat any fish or oyster’s and was fine.My brother in law had a reaction to oysters one night and could hardly breathe,throat swelled up had to go to E.R. for shot.Glad you are fine now.
Our younger son developed an allergy to shellfish in his late 20’s. He can’t eat anything with fish sauce in it either, and these days he just avoids seafood. So of course, he lives in San Francisco, seafood capital of the US.
Joan, it wasn’t me who had the allergic reaction to shell fish — that was posted by cwcdesign. Sorry you had to suffer that, cwcdesign – allergies are scary, especially when they are sudden and you’ve never had a problem in the past.
Thanks everyone. I’d always been thankful I didn’t have the shellfish allergy my mom had – she can eat oysters, clams, scallops, not soft shell. I’ve been taking glucosamine for over 15 years and the doctor didn’t tell me to stop now.so we’ll see. Obviously I won’t be tempting fate.