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#51 | Back to Top05-29-2015 10:00:37 PM

Giovanna
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Re: What's for dinner?

For real reals chili. You know with ancho peppers, chipotle peppers, guajillo peppers, Mexican chocolate, adobo, and MEEEEEEAT.

Also beans. Fuck you.


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#52 | Back to Top05-30-2015 09:57:33 AM

ShatteredMirror
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From: Sacramento, CA
Registered: 10-22-2006
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Re: What's for dinner?

Fresh nectarines and Manchego cheese.

(I don't care who judges me, I like beans in my chili too.)


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#53 | Back to Top05-30-2015 02:31:17 PM

Enea
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From: Poland
Registered: 04-25-2015
Posts: 45

Re: What's for dinner?

Cebularze. :3
Chu...
It's basically a yeast cake with poppy seeds, onion and bacon on it. This dish has its origins in Jewish cuisine, like many polish dishes.
They are so delicious. etc-love

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#54 | Back to Top05-30-2015 09:47:11 PM

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Re: What's for dinner?

I ended up making an omlette with some basil, oregano, some milk, and cheese. It ended up getting a bit burnt and more mangled than I thought it would be, but it was still good. The milk also made it a bit more fluffy than I expected it to be, but it ended up cooking all the way through, so I think it was a good first time!

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#55 | Back to Top05-31-2015 04:32:25 AM

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Registered: 02-13-2007
Posts: 939

Re: What's for dinner?

I woke up super early, made blackberry muffins with the lovely fresh berries I bought yesterday, had breakfast, crashed from lack of sleep and am now feeling very disoriented.
http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i232/YamPuff/11375782_934470746613088_1313685471_n_zpslr2wzgyr.jpg~original


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#56 | Back to Top06-25-2015 06:35:53 PM

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Registered: 09-22-2008
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Re: What's for dinner?

Tonight I made corn on the cob, black-eyed peas, and watermelon. Yum.


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#57 | Back to Top06-25-2015 06:50:31 PM

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Re: What's for dinner?

Venison tenderloin, cooked in onions over low heat with nothing but salt, pepper, and the most pointlessly small amount of basil.  Baked potato rolled in olive oil and sea salt, and mountains of peas.

It's been a pretty shit week to top a pretty shitty month, so I needed comfort food.

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#58 | Back to Top01-01-2016 01:00:36 PM

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Re: What's for dinner?

Always read the ingredients on new brands/purchases.

Bought some Kühne brand "hot chili sauce" and it's so incredibly bland/sweetened, it's making my actually-hot sausages taste not-spicy. I basically bought slightly-sour ketchup.

But, the bottle says so. It says there's 1% jalapeno, and less than that of red chile. There's more chile on the label than in the product (that's true of chicken on bbq potato chips, too, but you expect that).


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#59 | Back to Top01-01-2016 07:38:33 PM

CarolineWellwater
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Registered: 10-18-2015
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Re: What's for dinner?

(( Woo-hoo for soft pretzel bites!  emot-smile  I know it isn't the healthiest of dinners, but I love pretzels... and hot, soft, pretzel bites.  ))

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#60 | Back to Top02-27-2016 05:06:22 AM

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Re: What's for dinner?

I scored a beef liver, salt and pepper soak for a half hour, drained, then soaked it, sliced carrots, potatoes, and cucumber in a mix of hot water, black pepper, salt, and crushed Numb & Spicy Hot Pot Lays potato chips, then boiled it down until the brother was opaque and the crushed chips dissolved.

And, someone said it smelled awesome! emot-danceschool-chef


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#61 | Back to Top02-27-2016 06:37:23 PM

Raven Nightshade
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From: Louisiana
Registered: 12-17-2006
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Re: What's for dinner?

Decrescent Daytripper wrote:

crushed Numb & Spicy Hot Pot Lays potato chips

This both excites and angers me. I'm excited because they sound delicious, but I'm angry because I'd probably have to go to some West Coast city with a substantial Asian population to stand half a chance of obtaining them...assuming they exist in the US at all.


Sometimes I wonder if I'm ever gonna make it home again.
It's so far and out of sight.
I really need someone to talk to and nobody else
Knows how to comfort me tonight.

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#62 | Back to Top02-27-2016 06:44:59 PM

Decrescent Daytripper
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Re: What's for dinner?

Raven Nightshade wrote:

Decrescent Daytripper wrote:

crushed Numb & Spicy Hot Pot Lays potato chips

This both excites and angers me. I'm excited because they sound delicious, but I'm angry because I'd probably have to go to some West Coast city with a substantial Asian population to stand half a chance of obtaining them...assuming they exist in the US at all.

I'd offer to ship you some, but they probably'd get all crushed in transit.

They're literally the hottest potato chips I've ever tasted. So good. So, I hope you can get some relatively easily/cheaply.


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#63 | Back to Top02-27-2016 08:20:30 PM

Raven Nightshade
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Re: What's for dinner?

Decrescent Daytripper wrote:

Raven Nightshade wrote:

Decrescent Daytripper wrote:

crushed Numb & Spicy Hot Pot Lays potato chips

This both excites and angers me. I'm excited because they sound delicious, but I'm angry because I'd probably have to go to some West Coast city with a substantial Asian population to stand half a chance of obtaining them...assuming they exist in the US at all.

I'd offer to ship you some, but they probably'd get all crushed in transit.

They're literally the hottest potato chips I've ever tasted. So good. So, I hope you can get some relatively easily/cheaply.

I'm banking on either getting the Asian groceries around here to import some, or sweet-talking my Filipino co-worker into seeing if her family can find and ship them.

Meanwhile, for dinner, I made a bastardized version of BBQ Shrimp. There's no actual barbecue sauce involved in either version, just a lot of damn butter, Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice, hot sauce, and seasoning. I didn't have any lemon juice or hot sauce, so I used Sriracha and the last of some canned chipotles in adobo sauce instead. Still tasty.


Sometimes I wonder if I'm ever gonna make it home again.
It's so far and out of sight.
I really need someone to talk to and nobody else
Knows how to comfort me tonight.

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#64 | Back to Top03-01-2016 09:07:18 AM

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Re: What's for dinner?

Lamb dumpling with steamed vegetables and noodles in a ginger sauce. Because I can't sleep and therefore cook.

Chu...


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#65 | Back to Top09-28-2016 08:30:35 PM

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Re: What's for dinner?

Am I the only person, outside of sitcoms wacky neighbors and pregnant women, who actually really likes a bowl of ice cream with a plate of pickles on the side (or just an open jar to grab from)?

Cut together, it's probably unappealing, but as a back and forth deal, it really can make both come alive.


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#66 | Back to Top04-16-2017 03:59:46 AM

Decrescent Daytripper
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Re: What's for dinner?

Tong ho, bok choy, carrots, garlic, red onion, and chicken breast cooked down into a sweet and sour sauce with black pepper and chile oil until it just about caramelized.

Only a few more months of just cooking for myself, most meals, and I am determined to go ahead and get indulgent about it.


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#67 | Back to Top04-16-2017 02:29:40 PM

itavin
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Registered: 10-21-2016
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Re: What's for dinner?

I had green base half pizza with shrimp and corn and another half of pizza with pepperoni cheese tomato sauce and the best thing on pizza in the whole world...
(PEN)PINEAPPLE(APPLEPEN)!!! (yeah thats right Gordon Ramsey, you baseless pleb...). Really un-jewish of me to eat not kosher and bread in Passover but ya know, god wanted me to eat this food school-devil #NoRegretsEvenThoughIDontEatKosher


If you ever feel like wanting to ruin your life...  Chu...(mind_game)

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