Food What are you having for dinner tonight? (Read 13008 times)

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philadelphia, but while it's still technically part of the city it's essentially out in the burbs. there's nothing around besides a farmers market several miles away, but it's in an awful location off of a two-lane expressway with a divider so I'd need a car to get there. there aren't any convenient bus routes either. maybe the fish would survive in a freezer pack if I could get it from a market in center city but it seems kinda iffy and that's a pretty big production just to get some food to cook. america is a market-driven hell where you need a car to go anywhere thanks to GM
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What the heck are you having for dinner?
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What the heck are you having for dinner?
I had rice, lentils and round steak.

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Had chai pancakes for breakfast :)
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Had chai pancakes for breakfast :)
TEA pancakes?

Just googled it and they look great. I suppose you used Soy milk as substitute? I'm gonna try these sometime.
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TEA pancakes?

Just googled it and they look great. I suppose you used Soy milk as substitute? I'm gonna try these sometime.
I have this vegan pancake recipe I found online that I've used many times before.  It calls for non-dairy milk and I used hemp milk and just boiled chai tea into it.
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Korean brown rice with ribs and utterly gigantic asparagus. White asparagus are the best vegetables, get them, peel 'em, love 'em.
I added the tomato because I just happened to have one tomato left.

Earlier today I made sushi for lunch. The rice came out just right this time:





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Dada I wish I could marry you for your culinary good times.

Seriously, it's amazing that you're so into food. Like I love eating shit, but I'm too lazy and apathetic to get into the CULINARY ARTS.

If I win the lottery I will hire you as my 60k a year chef. WE WILL PAINT THE TOWN YUM.
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PS: I am having CHINESE SKIN CHICKEN with ONION RINGS for dinner. More supermarket trash (although it tastes quite nice ;_; )
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Seriously, it's amazing that you're so into food. Like I love eating shit, but I'm too lazy and apathetic to get into the CULINARY ARTS.
Most of it really is super easy once you become minimally skilled at using a skillet, but the reason why we don't do it is because it's just far far easier to learn this kind of stuff through imitation rather than reading a cookbook. Sushi really isn't that hard and I'm sure most people could do it semi-competently after having been explained how to do it.
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I like your crockery and that stuff on it looks nice too
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of course you do, it's because he has those fuckin PLATES ALKSJFLDKJFLKDFDIOHOIGHDOIG I WANT THOSE PLATES GODDAMMIT
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i had a salad and bscuits-ow i need ot make someth8ing else.
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Making a shitload of food in the up and coming days.  Vegan omelet, spicy greens, African yam and kale soup, quinoa and cauliflower mash, and gluten free chocolate chip cookies.
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Making a shitload of food in the up and coming days.  Vegan omelet, spicy greens, African yam and kale soup, quinoa and cauliflower mash, and gluten free chocolate chip cookies.
Awesome, hope we can see some photos of that. Kale is mixed with mashed potatoes here in the Netherlands, it's one of the pretty traditional dishes (our name for it translates as "farmer's cabbage"). Don't think I've ever seen it used in soup before.
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I got some ostrich fern fiddleheads from my yard today.  Cleaned them, boiled them for 10 minutes, and ate them with salt.  They were good.
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Just cooked a couple of plantains into tostones. First batch was undercooked, but second one came out MUY BUENO.
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my plantain tostones fell apart when I made them. I think I cut the slices too big
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I eat falafel several times a day every day. its getting ridiculous but it's so easy and good.
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Fresh pasta (from a specialty store) with mirepoix, salmon, cream, an egg, white asparagus and pesto. Only problem is that the wine I bought from the same store was fermented. :(