What Did You Have For Dinner Last Night?

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  1. An Officer

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    Great spice. I put it in my tea when I want something a bit special. Never thought of adding that to my vegetables though...
     
  2. Aurian

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    Tonight AA made us potatoes, green beans and meatballs. Simple and awesome, especially since it is new potatoes (which is always tastier..)
     
  3. 1001001

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    Sushi.

    Lion King roll, Cherry Blossom, and a Crazy Horse.

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  4. Aurian

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    The only time I use cardamon is in the dough when I make cinnamonrolls. (Kanelbullar) otherwise I find it way too aromatic. But my friend she chews on the capsules :eek:. I think i would have an astma-attack if I did that.

    Love love love sushi....
     
  5. An Officer

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    Cardamon is supposed to be quite beneficial in a lot of ways. Must taste great in those cinnamon rolls. :D
     
  6. K'Ehleyr

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    Lasagne and garlic bread. I make a mean lasagne ~ the secrets in the wine, lots of red wine *hic* :techman:
     
  7. Aurian

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    ^That sounds delicious :). Could I please have the recipe?
     
  8. Cayla

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    Ribs and baked potatoes.
     
  9. K'Ehleyr

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    Lasagne? Sure ~ quantities may be a hit and miss but roughly...

    Soft fry a large onion in smidgen of olive oil,
    generous squirt of garlic puree,
    handful of sliced mushroom softened (if liked),
    brown off pack of minced beef (500gs),
    squirt of tomato puree,
    good quality tinned chopped toms (about a tin and a half, or one of those cartons of condensed chopped toms with basil and oregano + tin of chopped),
    good scattering of mixed herbs, salt and pepper,
    beef stock cube,
    generous glass and a half of a meaty red wine, shiraz is good ~ it is compulsary to drink the rest of the bottle with the meal :techman:
    Allow to simmer down for 20 mins or so.
    Layer in dish with lasagne sheets, top with cheese sauce and a sprinkle of parmesan. Oven 40 mins or so.
    Serve with salad, garlic bread and friends :)
    and more wine *hic*
     
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  10. Aurian

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    Sounds great :) Thanks!

    *puts red wine on the shoppinglist*
     
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    Marinated grilled veggies, grilled sausages and grilled non-meat sausages, potato salad (not grilled).
     
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    Zaxby's chicken tenders in honey mustard. Yum.
     
  13. K'Ehleyr

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    ^ You're welcome :) Just checked ~ it's 500g of minced beef, just the usual supermarket packet size. That should make enough easily for 4 people.
     
  14. Aurian

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    Yeah, I always use like 600 grams or so when I make lasagna. But then again, I think my recipe (very similar to yours except I have lots more cheese and no wine in it) serves like 5-6 people atleast.
     
  15. Starbreaker

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    I had a pepperoni hot pocket last night... and this morning.
     
  16. Michael Chris

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    I had frozen lasagna. It was good.
     
  17. gwud

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    I had a french bread pizza. It was distinctly mediocre.
     
  18. K'Ehleyr

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    That's what I love about lasagne ~ you just change it to what you like :)
    Do you put a layer of cheesey sauce in between layers? I find this makes it a bit sloppy?

    NNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! You must make it with love ~ it tastes better :p
     
  19. Aurian

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    I make a bolognese sauce, and a bechamelsauce (milk/butter/flour to make it thicker. Spice it up with garlic, (creamcheese if i have it) salt and pepper. Then I just layer it with white sauce, lasagnaplates, meatsauce, lasagnaplates, white sauce+ CHEESE, bolognese, plates, bolognese, plates. Whitesauce and VERY MUCH cheese.

    That is a whole lot of everything in the lasagna. But the trick is to let it wait a while before cutting into it. Then the sauce settles a bit :)
     
  20. RoJoHen

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    No, but I did have a Long Island Iced Tea for brunch.
     
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