Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Admiral_Young, Jul 4, 2009.
I had a Subway sandwich.
A Hot Pocket?
Parsley-breaded shark steak with mac and cheese and charred vegetables.
If that's anything like a Hot Pocket?
You are now dead to me.
My apologies everybody, its meat, carrots, peas, potatoes, onions, topped with slices of thin potato and oven cooked until the top is crispy.....Hotpot, basically anything you want throw in it, its all good.
I had pizza and some salad with croutons. Nothing complicated or deep. Simple bachelor noshin'.
I'm not going to spoil Haggis' fun when he gets online to put you straight on what a hotpot is, but couldn't resist posting the lol.
EDIT - I see he's posted upthread. But the lol stands.
Cream of potato soup and a banana pudding cup.
Why is this funny?
Is this some kind of regional slang or something? Because what you call a 'hotpot' looks an awful lot like a stew to me. Except for the coating of potatoes on the top.
In any case, it's too fancy for me to recognize on one go. Remember, you're talking to someone who thinks stadium hot dogs are gourmet eating.
Skinless, boneless chicken breast, marinated in garlic sauce.
Red skin potatoes with green beans in Rosemary sauce.
Yellow sweet corn.
Cheddar and broccoli rice along with some teriyaki noodles.
A Lean Cuisine lasagna. Pretty blah.
My wife turned in her last grad school project for this term, so we celebrated by going to the diner last night. Breakfast for me (sunny side up eggs, grilled ham, hash browns and pancakes) and clam chowder and pot roast for her.
salmon croquettes, wild rice and mushrooms, asparagus and sliced chilled cantelope wedges.
Last night I made for my bro and I...chicken legs based in butter and oregeno and Tarrabon leaves. Had baked potatoes with them as well. Yum. Cinnamon Buns for dessert.
Cream of chicken soup and a chocolate pudding cup.
Toast. Was way too tired to cook.
Nice bit of mackerel and some steamed vegtables...lovely.
Had pizza, chicken wings, and cheese bread from Dominoes which were all great, surprisingly enough.
Italian beef salami.
Cream of broccoli soup and a banana pudding cup.
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