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Old 11-07-2010, 06:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Bananas Brindando What'cha havin' for dinner ???

Join this thread only for the sheer pleasure of making your fellow members drool!



Let us all know what you're having, or had for supper? You can also show your breakfasts, lunches, snacks, desserts...and even post recipes!!!



Tonight I'm making a t-bone steak with portabello mushrooms, & one of Bob's personal recipes for caramelized onions. A baked potato with sour cream and chives...and a tomato salad on the side.



I'm late making dinner tonight...because I can't get off this damn site!!!



Feel free to show shots of your grub too!



Here's what I had for dinner a few night's ago...







An inside round beef pinwheel, made with black forest ham, red & green sweet peppers, spinach, red onion, and swiss cheese! Yummy!!!



It'll be neat to see what other people eat, from other areas. Let's us know what you're having, or have had, or would like to have...



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Old 11-07-2010, 07:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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We have a dinner party every wednesday, so I'll join up!
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Cool Zac.


You don't have to wait for anything special though and pics aren't required. Just a thread to pop in and post what you're having for dinner...even if it's a can of campbell's soup!


Not sure what I'm making tomorrow night but I'll let you know...



Thought this would be a cool & curious thread to be able to find out what people in other coutries eat as well. I'm nosey.





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Ha, ok. There wasn't much in the house so I just had an egg and cheese sandwich, with some Halloween candy for desert.
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Omg! I'm def hungry again! Photos!? Omg again! I had my camera in my pocket when we went out to eat tonight. Next time i'll take a photo before we eat! They wont care, they know i'm weird, lol!
Well, we had Chicken and shrimps, kwai chow style (with cashews and huge whole mushrooms!), won ton soup, fried brown rice with egg bits, and a tropical fruit mix for desert! Dunno what we're having tomorrow night but I'll def let you know... photos 2!
munch munch munch munch munch munch munch munch munch munch munch munch munch munch munch munch...
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Had some hot and sour soup and Hunan duck for my BD dinner. Also shared some Crispy Sesame Chicken with mom. Delicious!
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Had some hot and sour soup and Hunan duck for my BD dinner. Also shared some Crispy Sesame Chicken with mom. Delicious!
BD = Birthday[?] If it does, Happy Birthday!
I haven't tried the Hunan stuff yet. Def needa try it sometime.
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Tonight I'm having a pork loin chop, with rice & broccoli slathered in real butter & white vinegar.


Gonna put one of my freshly harvested homegrown indoor tomatoes in my salad...





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Tonight I'm having a pork loin chop, with rice & broccoli slathered in real butter & white vinegar.


Gonna put one of my freshly harvested homegrown indoor tomatoes in my salad...





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I bet my thousands (( [LOL]))of green and red tomatoes could take down all of youre big tomatoes!



The ones ive ben chowing down on for a wile...


There are almost double that amount that are frost bitten!






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Blake, why you!!!



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Those look awesome...



but what the heck did you have for dinner!



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We had double bacon cheeseburgers with homemade curly fries! But no way to get photos cause we can't go into the kitchen when mom's cooking [or dad] and everybody always ****s around at the table so camera's def not safe there.
But i will take photos when i can and def when we eat out!
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OK! Tonight was leftovers with a twist. Yesterday, Greg made home made chicken salad with onion, crunchy dills, mayo and a touch of ranch dressing, for lunch - which we had on whole wheat bread and chips. For supper last night we weren't too hungry so I made some Rotel tomato cheese dip with ground meat and scoop corn chips. Back to tonight.....we put the remainder of the chicken salad on some whole wheat burrito size tortillas, and put the hot cheese dip over that kind of having a cheesy chicken burrito thing.

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Janan, that sounds yummy! Too bad we couldn't all just have one big potluck dinner!


Thanks for "sharing"!!!


Tomorrow night I'm making something with stewing beef...


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Oh I would die if we had a potluck - getting to taste everyones cooking!!!! I am really lucky - Greg loves to cook, he is more of a fancy type cook, I am a good cook, but my food is rib sticking homey cooking. Speaking of that, I think I need to finish off the banana bread here in a minute. If I talk about food, and see pictures of food, it makes me hungry.

I think we will have pot roast tomorrow, with potatoes, carrots and onions. (see what I mean - rib sticking) ~J
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You sound like a great cook, Janan!


I love to cook and enjoy making 'rib-sticking' meals too. Hearty and nutricious, is kind of my style of cooking.



Some people can't cook worth a hill of beans!



My parents taught me how and I always loved it. When I was four years old, my mom got me an 'easy bake' oven, for little girls, and I was making little cakes for my older brother and frosting them!


Your dinner tomorrow night sound scrumptious, Janan. Wish I was coming over.


As for the potluck, it would be so cool to all get together and share some laughs and some grub! I'd bring a few loaves of my homemade bread along with some dish or other I'd prepare...


Soon, I'll be making my homemade beef jerky. People kill for my jerky. Unlike the tough rubber-like jerky at the stores, mine is like thin pieces of steak! It doesn't stay around here long, let me tell you!


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Tonight (OK, last night) I made a big pot of rib sticking cold weather beef and bean soup. Used top rib (a kosher cut) and while I didn't have any marrow bones home, it definitely was delicious. Had Lima beans, lentils, alphabet pasta, carrots, leeks, turnips, parsnips, dill, and onions. Mom made a Jewish dumpling called 'tszipkes' in Yiddish to top it off. Altogether so hearty that we only needed bread with it for a filling meal.
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We had Bruschetta ( made by my 20 y o son, with Mozzarella cheese, tomatoes, onion, basil, oil and balsamic vinegar) followed by vegetarian pasta.Danny's Bruscheta
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Some people can't cook worth a hill of beans!

Well, yesterday night I was one of those people...

I had some German Pasta stuff (don't know the name) and I added onions, chicken, and canned green beans. Then I put a few too many spices, going over board with the Tabasco, and had it all stir fried up. It's edible, but not too tasty!

Tonight was just Rigatoni with store-bought sauce and johnsonville sausage meatballs, tastier than yesterday though.
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I finally did it right! I made dinner tonight! Well, dad made the homemade breadsticks but I made the Chicken Tetrazinni! It's called tetrazinni since it's made with 4 types of cheese. I spiced and cooked the chicken, then the spaghetti. I sauteed the mushrooms, grated the cheeses, and made the veloute sauce. Then i layered the chicken and cheeses and stuff with the spaghetti (4 layers) and put it in the oven. It was awesome!!
Not as good the last time i tried cause i used the wrong cheeses and it didn't taste right.
Oh, mom made the salad.
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Wow, Figafita...that looks delicious!!! Thanks for sharing a shot with us.


Cool Cory, that your Chicken Tetrazinni turned out way better than last time.


Sorry to hear you overspiced your meal Zac! No doubt, we've all done it at least once...if not twice.


Howard, your rib-sticking beef & bean soup sounds fantastic. This is so fun, knowing what others are having too.


Here's what I had earlier tonight...I mean yesterday!





Stewing beef with onions and mushrooms...over Chinese rice.



Don't know what I'm having tomorrow...


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