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Last thing you ate

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by CJinherPJs, Nov 3, 2011.

  1. clg114

    clg114 Still crazy, after all these years. Staff Member V.I.P Member

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    You would think so, wouldn't you? Actually it is very, very good. I got a couple of bags of 15 bean soup beans and medium sized bone-in ham. I cut most of the meat off of the ham and cut into 1 inch pieces. Soak the beans in water over night. Rinse beans. Put ham bone, pieces of ham and beans in a big pot. Fill pot up with chicken broth and cook slowly for about 8 to 10 hours. Season to taste. I use salt, pepper and garlic. You will not be disappointed.
     
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  2. Judge

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    I took the plunge a few months ago to try a pound of ground turkey, to use exclusively as taco meat. Mixed with with the appropriate taco seasonings, and voila! Looks a bit lighter in color, though for taste it seems like the ultimate substitute for beef. And far less grease to impact my reflux as does pork. Though I still buy sliced Black Forest Ham.

    Actually I think clg114's suggestion to try it in a crock pot might be just the thing. Go for it...let us know how it works out. ;)
     
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    Poached egg on buttered steamed cavolo nero, sourdough bread and yeast extract, frozen banana with creme fraƮche
     
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    White Castle hamburgers. Took me two minutes. No idea what took those guys in the movies so damn long.
     
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    Quorn with a ready-made Keralan curry sauce, bread and tomato salad (aka panzanella), followed by an apple.
     
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    Roast chicken, swiss chard, beets, acorn squash.
    And, Hot cocoa.
     
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  8. Judge

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    Hot cocoa using vanilla flavored almond milk. Oh yeah. :)
     
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    Pork tenderloin with a plum and breadcrumb stuffing, carrot mash
     
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    A bowl of Cap'n Crunch cereal and a couple of bananas.
     
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    I think I saw on the TV programme was fish tacos ,never tasted it but I think that will be good for oesophageal reflux
     
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    Stands to reason in my case, although fish tacos have never interested me. Even fried fish and shrimp have never given me reflux. Nor french fries or fried onion rings.

    But fried or roast chicken? Might as well eat battery acid. Go figure.

    Another Friday, and I'm having turkey tacos tonight. :)
     
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    Doro Wat, spinach & chickpea pie, green salad and pita bread. Good food was eaten this day.
     
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    clg114 Still crazy, after all these years. Staff Member V.I.P Member

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    It is odd how different foods can cause reflux in different people. For me it is tomato's or dish's made with tomato's. My wife is the same way. We only eat pizza made with white sauce.

    There is a place here that sells "vicious fish tacos" (tacos made out of vicious fish?). To me, fish tacos does not sound to good. But I keep hearing how good they are, so I tried one. They are delicious! They are so good that I think that I may try to make them at home. But before I do, I have to get my wife to try them.
     
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    I had fishfingers again ,I get sick of the low-cholesterol diet love to have a takeaway
     
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    Beetroot gratin, lentils, blueberries
     
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    Gluten free chocolate birthday cake
     
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    Happy B-day!
     
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    Bolletje Overly complicated potato V.I.P Member

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