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So what are you having/had for dinner?
Posted 9/21/15 , edited 9/21/15
If there is another one of these then please close this. I did look the only one I found was in 2010 and it was closed. So anyway as the title says what are you having/had for dinner?

Edit: doing homemade chilly for dinner.
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Steak, rice, mixed vegetables, dinner rolls.
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Vietnamese Spring Roll.
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Asian noodles with broccoli, tofu, and sesame sauce. Not super original, it's just one of those ways to use up leftover produce.
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going bbq for MNF- so couple cheese burgers and sweet corn got at farmers market maybe grill some zucchini with olive oil and seasalt
Posted 9/21/15
This small spinach quiche about the size of my palm (and my palm is small)... that cost me 8 pounds.

I was like, "How the eff is this going to be enough?" But idk how or why, it was filling... like i'm still not hungry 6 hours later.
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Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote:

Asian noodles with broccoli, tofu, and sesame sauce. Not super original, it's just one of those ways to use up leftover produce.


That makes sense and sounds good in all honestly.


GayAsianBoy wrote:

This small spinach quiche about the size of my palm (and my palm is small)... that cost me 8 pounds.

I was like, "How the eff is this going to be enough?" But idk how or why, it was filling... like i'm still not hungry 6 hours later.


it does seem odd in my opinion on how something that small could be extremely filling lol.

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Uhhhh... A glass of water and some sliced pepperoni.

Yeah, I didn't get the chance to go shopping yet this week. I had some steak and potatoes in my fridge, but my family likes to B&E my place all the time, and one of 'em ate it while I was gone earlier today.
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Herb-crusted Rib-eye with homemade German potato salad . Today was one of those "I'm bored so let's cook" days .
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Cheese pizza,lemonade and a yogur.
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Buffalo wings.
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fried spam sandwiches
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Fast food
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exiledrose6084 wrote:


Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote:

Asian noodles with broccoli, tofu, and sesame sauce. Not super original, it's just one of those ways to use up leftover produce.


That makes sense and sounds good in all honestly.


It would be better with chicken bacon, but I ate the last of that on Saturday. :(



neugenx wrote:

Herb-crusted Rib-eye with homemade German potato salad . Today was one of those "I'm bored so let's cook" days .


Ooh, what makes it a German potato salad? My friend once told me that Newfie potato salad has peas (Newfoundland, island province of Canada).
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Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote:


exiledrose6084 wrote:


Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote:

Asian noodles with broccoli, tofu, and sesame sauce. Not super original, it's just one of those ways to use up leftover produce.


That makes sense and sounds good in all honestly.


It would be better with chicken bacon, but I ate the last of that on Saturday. :(



neugenx wrote:

Herb-crusted Rib-eye with homemade German potato salad . Today was one of those "I'm bored so let's cook" days .


Ooh, what makes it a German potato salad? My friend once told me that Newfie potato salad has peas (Newfoundland, island province of Canada).


The version I was taught to make years ago by a family friend is easy to make.

Boil cubed potatoes (4 medium potatoes, skin still on), covered in water, over medium heat until fork-soft (usually about 40 minutes from first boil), Drain. Toss in 3T oil, 1C sour cream, 1/4t Salt, 1/4t garlic powder, 1/4t onion powder, 1/4t black pepper, 1-1/2t Herbes de Provence, a pinch of dry mustard and 1/2t of sugar. Once finished sprinkle with paprika. From what he told me it's considered German potato due to it using the sour cream/oil base instead of the traditional mayonnaise used in most parts of the world.
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