What Did You Have For Dinner Last Night?

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  1. An Officer

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    Pistachio nuts and sesame seeds, with a long glass of vanilla tea... I'd had a large Thai lunch of sweet and sour prawns with coconut rice and needed to balance that out a bit.
     
  2. Mallory

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    Pork chimichanga, chile rellanos, refritos, rice and a bunch of salsa, guacamole and sour cream.
     
  3. ManOnTheWave

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    Cold yam flavored soba noodles in bonito sauce. Topped with imitation crab salad, kewpie mayo, wasabi horseradish mustard, togerashi, and homemade spicy pickles.


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    Had fun stayin' home and cookin'. Wasn't bad at all.
     
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  4. kimc

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    Mmm, coconut rice...
     
  5. An Officer

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    ^ And it was just as tasty as it sounds too. Thank god for Thai food, I am in awe. :drool:
     
  6. kimc

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    ^ I agree. I haven't had it in a while. I may have to do something about that. :)
     
  7. Maestro

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    Last night I had 4-H Club Walking Tacos at the local county fair. God they were good.

    The night before was spaghetti and meatballs.

    Tonight's dinner was a masterpiece of culinary goodness. The ol' American stir fry.

    Our local Piggly Wiggly sells the meat from yesterday's rotisserie chicken, pulled from the bone, and in plastic containers the next day, so it's boneless, already cooked... works great for a stir fry, no cooking, cutting, nothing.

    Rotisserie chicken, carrots, red peppers, green peppers, peapods, stir fried up in a wok on full heat for four minutes (must stir continuously), over white rice. Used Sweet Baby Ray's terriyaki sauce. Mmmmm.... So much for a diet!

    Tomorrow night is a mystery.
     
  8. Gaseous Anomaly

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    I'm not sure what it was but it was horrible.
     
  9. Coloratura

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    It wasn't for dinner, but I made a Key Lime pie. It was delicious and enjoyed by all!
    Dessert Supremacy!


    J.
     
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  10. ElimParra

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    Had yumcha for dinner last night.
     
  11. NileQT87

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    I went to Sunrise Buffet (Chinese food) today.

    I had:
    coconut shrimp with a creamy butter sauce
    eggrolls
    pork wonton dumplings
    crispy wonton crab puffs
    beef and broccoli
    chow mein
    cellophane noodles
    sweet bun (sweet steamed dough ball)
    vanilla ice cream
    macaroons
    chocolate pudding
    tapioca pudding

    Yeah, I'm on my every-other-day diet. I'm on a fast for the next 48 hours.
     
  12. Admiral_Young

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    Had pork tenderloin with glazed honey and a green salad with corn on the cobb.
     
  13. Aurian

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    porkchops, broccoli, salad and homemade potatoewedges (tossed with a little butter and oil and spiced with lawrys spiced salt, garlic, cajun and a pinch of seasalt) and a few garlicvedges cooked along it for those brave enough for that.
     
  14. Coloratura

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    ^ That sounds good. I think I'll fix pork chops tonight.


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  15. Aurian

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    It was.. :)
    My father-in-law said that it was even better than yesterdays dinner on the boat ;)
     
  16. gwud

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    I had tomato and potato soup and ice cream. I can't wait to have a big juicy steak.
     
  17. Aurian

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    ^Hospital food sucks ;) but that does not sound too horrid
     
  18. judge alba

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    homemade beef stew with chips
     
  19. Zulu Romeo

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    Decided to try Aberdeen's famous Ashvale fish restaurant. Even the take-away has everything from haddock to cod, skate, salmon, swordfish, lemon sole, turbot, etc.

    Attempted the famous Whale (1lb fillet of cod) supper. Before my 2 month diet, I'd have devoured it in one. Today, however, I only just managed it. All by myself too. :D
     
  20. Kirk's_Tights

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    Chinese food.
     
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