## What's for dinner?

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### Re: What's for dinner?

If you add beef broth, you can just call it chunky soup. In America, we feed our inbred rednecks that.

It's like, less than $2 a can, sometimes when on sale, just$1.
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### Re: What's for dinner?

Processed food Turd, you tempt me with processed food?

I'll stick to my dull, yet all natural, curry n potato combo... I shudder to think at the amount of additives in that can of broth and what it would do to my poor little insides.

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### Re: What's for dinner?

MagsJ wrote:Red chilli mutton curry:

An earlier dinner of more of the same, but with added steamed lettuce... was much more flavourful today.

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### Re: What's for dinner?

Turd Ferguson wrote:If you add beef broth, you can just call it chunky soup. In America, we feed our inbred rednecks that.

It's like, less than $2 a can, sometimes when on sale, just$1.

That beef stew actually looks yummy. (mouth watering).
But is there celery in it? (I hope)
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### Re: What's for dinner?

MagsJ wrote:
MagsJ wrote:Red chilli mutton curry:

An earlier dinner of more of the same, but with added steamed lettuce... was much more flavourful today.

You certainly do like your mutton, don't you MagsJy?
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### Re: What's for dinner?

Arcturus Descending wrote:
MagsJ wrote:An earlier dinner of more of the same, but with added steamed lettuce... was much more flavourful today.
You certainly do like your mutton, don't you MagsJy?

Luckily for me.. yes, and my seafood/fish, and my chicken, and my steak, and my lamb, and my duck.. because there's no way I'm cooking dinner every day.. hence the repetition of meals.

I cook not because I want to but because I have to, so there's a lot more to it than merely liking mutton.

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### Re: What's for dinner?

My family, who's visiting, is taking Merlin and I out to one of our favorite diners. It should be a good time.
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### Re: What's for dinner?

What did you order? and was it good?

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### Re: What's for dinner?

Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo. Very. That place has an ample salad bar as well. The soups are usually good, if not great. Doubt if it's organic though. Not too many alternatives as far as cuisine goes out in the sticks.
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I live my philosophy, it's personal to me and people who engage where I live establish an unspoken dynamic, a relationship of sorts, with me and my philosophy.

Cutting folks for sport is a reality for the poor in spirit. I myself only cut the poor in spirit on Tues., Thurs., and every other Sat.

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### Re: What's for dinner?

WendyDarling wrote:Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo. Very. That place has an ample salad bar as well. The soups are usually good, if not great. Doubt if it's organic though. Not too many alternatives as far as cuisine goes out in the sticks.

...as long as there's steak and chips on the menu, I'm good.

Tonight's dinner of duck in orange and cardamom sauce, with sweet potato mash and carrots is going down well.
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### Re: What's for dinner?

Baked macaroni and bacon dish and baked, slightly burnt brussel sprouts. I'm edging Merlin on over to the dark side of my tastes, I like a bit of a blackened flavor. Burnt toast~love it. Burnt steak~love it. Burnt veggies~more love. I know, I'm sick.
I AM OFFICIALLY IN HELL!

I live my philosophy, it's personal to me and people who engage where I live establish an unspoken dynamic, a relationship of sorts, with me and my philosophy.

Cutting folks for sport is a reality for the poor in spirit. I myself only cut the poor in spirit on Tues., Thurs., and every other Sat.

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### Re: What's for dinner?

My daily slop.. cooked by a fake MENSA almost member moderator with nothing else to show for all my potential hypothetical smarts.

An organic chicken casserole.. it was lovely.

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### Re: What's for dinner?

Chilli duck and coconut-milk curry, with spiced pan-fried orange and white sweet-potato accompaniment.

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### Re: What's for dinner?

Fried potatoes, hamburger, onions. Side: Red cabbage sauteed in butter (and burnt hither thither~YUM!)
I AM OFFICIALLY IN HELL!

I live my philosophy, it's personal to me and people who engage where I live establish an unspoken dynamic, a relationship of sorts, with me and my philosophy.

Cutting folks for sport is a reality for the poor in spirit. I myself only cut the poor in spirit on Tues., Thurs., and every other Sat.

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### Re: What's for dinner?

Merlin's my chef for the evening, I'm razzing him about the fire extinguisher. Fried bacon, potatoes, onions, cheese, and ranch dressing.
I AM OFFICIALLY IN HELL!

I live my philosophy, it's personal to me and people who engage where I live establish an unspoken dynamic, a relationship of sorts, with me and my philosophy.

Cutting folks for sport is a reality for the poor in spirit. I myself only cut the poor in spirit on Tues., Thurs., and every other Sat.

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### Re: What's for dinner?

Was absolutely starving, to the point of feeling faint.. until I ate this bowl of fresh-caught crab and organic vegetable goodness. I think I'm done for the day.

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### Re: What's for dinner?

WendyDarling wrote:Merlin's my chef for the evening, I'm razzing him about the fire extinguisher. Fried bacon, potatoes, onions, cheese, and ranch dressing.

Why does crispy slightly-charcoaled food taste so good? Mmmm

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### Re: What's for dinner?

It's an additional layer of flavor of course. Oh, and it firms up a food's constitution if handled 'properly'. Come over here someday and I burn ya up something good, you'll see with your tastebuds. Edit: The food will burn to your delight. Boy, that was a flubber. Read real bad.
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I AM OFFICIALLY IN HELL!

I live my philosophy, it's personal to me and people who engage where I live establish an unspoken dynamic, a relationship of sorts, with me and my philosophy.

Cutting folks for sport is a reality for the poor in spirit. I myself only cut the poor in spirit on Tues., Thurs., and every other Sat.

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### Re: What's for dinner?

Crazy Americans! Was going to re-edit the above, but pee-shaw, you get me.
I AM OFFICIALLY IN HELL!

I live my philosophy, it's personal to me and people who engage where I live establish an unspoken dynamic, a relationship of sorts, with me and my philosophy.

Cutting folks for sport is a reality for the poor in spirit. I myself only cut the poor in spirit on Tues., Thurs., and every other Sat.

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### Re: What's for dinner?

WendyDarling wrote:Crazy Americans! Was going to re-edit the above, but pee-shaw, you get me.

I get you.

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### Re: What's for dinner?

Three 5 minute eggs, 1bagel with onion cream cheese, 1 stewed tomato scented with anise, and sliced dried Cebu mango, with hot water with a slice of lemon.
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### Re: What's for dinner?

Fresh salmon in a tomato and garlic sauce atop baked potatoes doused in aoli, served with fine green beans.. all organic.

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### Re: What's for dinner?

No idea, but I fancy aubergine today, so will see what I can make with this:

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