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So what are you having/had for dinner?
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Posted 9/23/15
some fish I think
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Posted 9/23/15
Rice.
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Posted 9/23/15

neugenx wrote:



You too lol ? I find myself with more in common with Souma than most of my family members. Their idea of cooking is opening a can of Dinty Moore Beef Stew and putting it in a pan to heat. My Mom (and deceased Dad) are/were the real cooks in this family. I learn/learned from them. Herbes de Provence is one of the lightest yet most delicious spice combos you can get. It contains Rosemary, thyme, savory, lavender and about half a dozen other light spices combined.



I bought a tea once that was herbe de provence inspired and it was pretty good. I think the main inspiration was the use of the lavender.

I know what you mean. For me there were a lot of foods I thought I hated but it turns out I just don't like canned or frozen vegetables.

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Posted 9/23/15
I put a beef roast in my slow-cooker along with onion, garlic, carrots, potatoes, celery, and a bunch of seasonings before work. So tender it fell apart when I looked at it. Soooooo good. Had that and some biscuits I made the day before. Made enough so I have leftovers for tonight too.
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Had a dope ass steak(scotch fillet, medium rare) with some sort of pepper cream sauce with mashed potato and salad, as well as some onion rings and wedges with dip. And beer.
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Posted 9/23/15
fried pork chop with rice and spinach, which i don't like
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Posted 9/24/15 , edited 9/24/15
Maximum spicy Korean soon tofu with beef and kimchi. Had champagne cognac and sake for dessert.
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Posted 9/24/15
I made some delicious tacos, but I fell asleep on my bed before I had a chance to eat them. Woke up and the tacos were gone.
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Posted 9/24/15
I had a Mexican schnitzel. it was chicken and came with cheese, red onion, jalapenos i think guacamole and salsa dip. with chips n salad. was yum.
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Posted 9/24/15
Gonna fry up some curried noodles with strips of beef, plus lots of onion, peppers, carrot and celery.
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Posted 9/24/15
why did I even click on this thread. I was already hungry after replying to a food-filled PM. Then I clicked on this and got hungrier.

Time to make a hearty breakfast :D

So if you have breakfast in America, does that count as dinner in Asia, since technically that's what's going on? Because then I'm having garlic rice and scrambled egg with ramen for dinner
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Posted 9/24/15
Homemade lettuce wraps, they were really good.
It was ground turkey (As it was cheaper), almonds (instead of water chestnuts) onion, garlic, green onion, hosin sauce and other spices.

Here's the recipe if you're interested.
http://www.food.com/recipe/asian-beef-lettuce-wraps-320630
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Posted 9/24/15
Wow you guys and your fancy cooking i had Tortilla Chips that i scooped some baked beans on when i got home from work. It was actually pretty good.

And a nice cold glass of milk.
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