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What's for dinner?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Raggamuffin, Feb 11, 2020.

  1. Raggamuffin

    Raggamuffin Well-Known Member

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    Tonight I'm having chips/fries and garlic bread. I'm a fiend for carbs.

    How about you?

    Ed
     
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    A beef stew I pulled out of my freezer. Love having a home-cooked meal where all the actual work was done weeks ago!
     
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    I might need to get some groceries today actually.. So, normally on grocery day, we eat out at Dairy Queen before shopping.. It is dangerous to go grocery shopping while hungry...
     
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    GadAbout Well-Known Member

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    It's equally dangerous to eat at Dairy Queen every grocery day!
     
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    Varzar Well-Known Member V.I.P Member

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    Funny, true and scary all at the same time.. :D:eek:
     
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  6. LucyPurrs

    LucyPurrs NT, INFJ V.I.P Member

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    Left overs from shrimp linguine I made yesterday (shrimp, butter, garlic, unmarinated but cooked artichoke hearts, spinach, lemon, red pepper flakes, parmesan cheese and linguine). Lots left over.
     
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    Sounds good! I might have to add shrimp to my shopping list..
     
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    Stewed pumpkin with carrots, green beans, onion, garlic, celery and kidney beans and spices. Brown rice with lentils on the side.
     
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    a root beer
     
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    Potato soup with chives.
     
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  11. UberScout

    UberScout Are you there, God? ...Hello?

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    A sandwich for taste, of cheddar and ham,
    Fried pork chops to accompany the pram,
    A jar of peanut butter to hold me till nine,
    But a hamburger from P.T.s? Absolutely divine.
    The noodles of Tokyo from Sarku Japan,
    A slab of bologna in my greasy red hand,
    Two bags of chips for a game of Shovel Knight,
    And to top it all off, a plate of Adam's Delight.
     
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    Cottage pie, home made (not by me!) . Afters is some of a Terry's chocolate orange.
     
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    I have no idea. It is just after 2pm and I've just woken from a 12 hour sleep. Dinner is probably cereal.
     
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  14. noah

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    I'm gonna make myself some vegan pizza! Cooking really calms me down, and since I went vegan I now spend more time on the kitchen, which is great for my health and my mind.
     
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    Bacon stuffed bacon wrapped in bacon smothered in bacon gravy and a touch of cheddar.
     
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    Chicken in a hurry.
     
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    Oh you dat bacon guy :)
     
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    My partner is back from Finland today. I said I'd get us take away, but she's already eating on the way back. Means I'll have to fend for myself. Probably a microwave meal. Roll on next month when I actually have money to up my food budget. Spent the past few months paying off things I owed.

    At least I'll be financially square next month.

    Ed
     
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    we'll be eating whatever I pull out of the freezer.

    corpses and body parts with vegetables,
    most likely.

    Like a lucky dip :)


    (Not human corpses and body parts, obvs)

    ...they're buried under the patio and wont be fit for human consumption by now :)
     
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    Have you found vegan cheese that doesn't have coconut in it? If so what is the brand name thanks:)