Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Admiral_Young, Jul 4, 2009.
I had some cheese raviolis and garlic bread.
Courgette, yellow and red pepper pizza. I travelled quite a long way to get it. I wanted a real pizza. It was made by two girls from Naples with only the best ingredients. I've had pizza in all kinds of places, but the best by far is this one, which is a tiny box-like little bar tucked away in a dark alley. It cost nothing and was so massive, I had it for dinner last night as well (probably not massive at all by American standards though).
Don't they call new-years amateur nite because the rest of the year is when the professional alcoholics bend their elbows?
I had to type that for a friend alcoholic who I converse with now and then.
Where most amateurs are not alcoholically drinking.. given.
I ate the ham the potato the broccoli with cheese sour cream on the potato and so on most excellent stuff A Classic New year's dinner.
did not have the cider cause of the sugar content in it and forget about booze..not in a very long time.
Home made Nachos with lots of beer.
Cooked up a pretty great beef casserole, with mushrooms and beans. For a change, in addition to my usual choices of herbs & spices, I used some Chinese Five Spice to mix things up a bit. Turned out very well indeed. And there's some left over for later today.
I'll be by at noon.
I'll keep some aside...
A nice stew with everything left in my refrigiator (safe the strawberry gelly). And some white wine.
Last night was pan-fried chicken, mashed potatoes and carrots.
Red Baron frozen pizza.
Burned my mouth.
Chicken fingers with plum sauce.
Tomato soup along with a beer.
Oven-baked turkey meat and veggies, topped with a thin layer of herbs, spices and grated Parmesan cheese
Satay Chicken. Made the sauce from scratch. Served with rice.
Southwest beef with rice, black beans and corn, courtesy of Birdseye Steamfresh. It was very good, to my surprise... Mom liked it, too.
Tonight we are having whatever Mom wants for her birthday.
Stuffed pork, mashed potatoes and peas. Not terribly exciting.
a ham and cheese on Arnold (flax and fiber) bread, and carrots.
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