Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Admiral_Young, Jul 4, 2009.
Tonight ~ chardonnay and a couple of M Lites, oh and chocolate cake for pudding
Tonight I had noodles with baby vegetables and soya chunks. Desert was home made trifle.
Was this your first homemade one?
Yeah. How did you know!?
Today, managed some good old curry with rice - mostly carrots and shredded cabbage and the occasional piece of chicken.
Last night, breaded tilapia and corn on the cob.
Tonight? Hubby's out with his loser-friend, so I will have chips and salsa. Salsa counts as a vegetable, doesn't it?
Just a guess I vaguely remember us discussing pizza dough a couple of months back.
This is just to let you know that I'll be moving in with you guys within the next week, I hope you're ready for my loooong stay.
JUST KIDDING! Don't panic yet.
That's exactly what I had in mind. I dug out a recipe someone gave me back then, and had a go.
Two chile rellenos, a corn tortilla and some spiced pickled carrots. Entirely too healthy for my tastes, but still good.
That would have made life interesting
(Expecting a full house of dutch-people coming tomorrow and staying for 3 weeks)
An Officer- we went to see Transformers 2. And it was good, but far more childish than the first one. I enjoyed it though, I am just THAT childish
Eggplant parm wedges and some string beans. Eggplant is such an underrated veggie.
Fries, with some meat, and cucumber salad.
You can have the balcony or the kitchen, my parents are getting the "Star Wars" room (although right now it's more a Harry Potter/Wall-E/Star Wars room.
That sounds delicious. I haven't had eggplant in at least twenty years because sadly, I'm allergic to it. Shame too, as it seems like it could be very versatile and handy in making vegetarian recipes.
Roast potatoes, bacon, and onion, with herbs. And a side of sausages.
Vegetarian taquitos with homemade guacamole.
Tonight was steak with sauteed onions and mushrooms, roasted corn on the cob and fresh green beans.
Yesterday I had fries, salmon and sugarsnaps.
Literally no food in the house, so had a rare take-away.
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