What Did You Have For Dinner Last Night?

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  1. Holdfast

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    Lots of rose champagne.

    I think there was food too.
     
  2. Kestra

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    I'm pondering skipping a proper dinner and just eating chocolate and sweets. How terrible is that?
     
  3. Jetfire

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    Crab quiche, roasted potatoes and green beans.
     
  4. Holdfast

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    As long as the chocolates have fruit fondant centres, it's nutritionally balanced. Go for it.
     
  5. Kestra

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    Oh dear, if I have an intolerance to most fruits, can I be excused for eating chocolates with no nutritional value at all?
     
  6. Holdfast

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    The chocolates won't like you talking about them like that behind their back. :(
     
  7. Admiral_Young

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    Medium Pepperoni Pizza and Crazy Bread since the Canucks were playing last night and won woot!
     
  8. Mallory

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    Steak, baked potato, glazed carrots and fried cabbage.
     
  9. auntiehill

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    Hubby grilled up some beef satays we picked up at Whole Foods.

    Damn, they were good!
     
  10. Jetfire

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    2 cheese burgers.
     
  11. Kestra

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    Don't be silly, you think with chocolates near me there would be any left? I leave no survivors.

    Tonight I indulged in a delicious mac & cheese dish from a local restaurant. I'm sure it was all butter and cream and cheese but I don't care! I'm sure I burned it all off while I was on the elliptical, studying ... :shifty:
     
  12. mari

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    We went to Bobby's Burger Palace at Mohegan Sun, and I had the Dallas Burger -- "spice-crusted" burger with some kind of cheese (I forget), bbq sauce, coleslaw and pickles. It was okay. After the first bite, all I could taste was "spice-crusted".
     
  13. Yeoman Randi

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    Costco's Salmon Milano.
     
  14. SmoothieX

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    Homemade huevos rancheros, they were excellent. Got my wife a simple weeknight dinner cookbook and this was the first thing we tried. We'll be trying more recipes soon.
     
  15. auntiehill

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    Last night, I made Parmesan chicken, mac and cheese and salad with black cherry dressing. Was pretty darn good, actually.
     
  16. ElimParra

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    Had tacos last night, and it's tacos again tonight.
     
  17. mari

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    I made honey-mustard pork tenderloin in the slow cooker, and mac & cheese. It's 8:30 am and the leftovers are calling to me...
     
  18. SmoothieX

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    I could never get anything to cook in a slow cooker right. It never turns out well.

    We had Polynesian inspired chicken and pineapple over brown rice.
     
  19. Holdfast

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    A thoroughness to be applauded. :D

    I didn't have any dinner last night apart from a bit of ice-cream, because I really overate hugely earlier in the day. I had a magnificent lunch - a smashing smoked salmon salad accompanied by a refreshing Alsation Pinot Blanc, and then probably the best roast fillet of beef I've ever had, with sauteed Jersey Royals and purple sprouting broccoli, paired with a smashing full-bodied and dense Cote-Rotie. Rhubarb crumble with a light custard for dessert. :drool:
     
  20. Jadzia

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    Think of how all that lot gets mixed up in your stomach Holdfast-

    A smashing broccoli salad with by a light and blanc salmon. Followed by best roast fillet of alsation with full bodied smoked rhubarb, and sprouting Jersey Royals sauteed in Pinot and Cote-Rotie. Then beef crumble with dense purple custard for dessert. :drool:
     
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