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    Stagg Dynamite chili, fancied up with ground beef, Roma tomatoes and Jalapeno peppers. Plus, of course, a bottle of Steel Reserve, a little of which went into the chili.

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    hi,tomorrow,we're having our leftover homemade hamburger helper on rice and it'll be good. i'll have my usual drink diet pepsi or diet coke.

    well thank's for your time

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    Chicken mushroom combo from Panda Express.
    So-so.
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    That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.

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    Char siu pork, brown rice, mac salad and a bottle of Diet Coke Lime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helen View Post
    Char siu pork, brown rice, mac salad and a bottle of Diet Coke Lime.

    I love Char siu with fried rice and Chinese leaves with oyster sauce. It's not worth while doing it just for me, so I wait until a crowd are coming, then put the pork in the George Forman and the veggies in the steamer.
    I usually cheat and store buy the afters,,,,eg. Cherry and apple pie with thick cream. (I am getting lazy in my old age.)

    ps. I usually give them a bowl of Wun Tun soup to get them going. Chinese tea goes down well but the younger ones prefer diet coke or Dr Pepper.
    Last edited by Barry; September 8th, 2009 at 07:20 PM.

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    hi tonight,we're having what my mom purchased is from Marukai and it's fried chicken with our rice and i'll have my diet coke and my mom may have either her wine or iced tea and we'll both enjoy our dinner. tomorrow's dinner will be what my mom also purchased is chinese dish called long rice and we'll have it with our leftover rice and it'll be good.

    Well thank's for your time

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    Pasta salad and small micro pizza

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    Had macaroni+cheese (Tillamook sharp cheddar) for dinner yesterday but made so much I guess it will certainly be part of dinner today, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert View Post
    Had macaroni+cheese (Tillamook sharp cheddar) for dinner yesterday but made so much I guess it will certainly be part of dinner today, too.
    Nice one Albert, I will be doing macaroni cheese for 2 this weekend.

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    hi,tonight we had veal cutlet with rice and we also had a lettuce and grape tomato salad and it was good.

    not sure what's for tomorrow's dinner?
    Well thank's for your time

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    hi,tonight wer'e having my homemade chili with bean's on rice and it'll be good.not sure what's for tomorrow's dinner?

    Possibly leftover's.


    Well thank's for your time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert View Post
    Stagg Dynamite chili, fancied up with ground beef, Roma tomatoes and Jalapeno peppers. Plus, of course, a bottle of Steel Reserve, a little of which went into the chili.
    Is that a Steel Reserve 40oz? Haven't had one of those in a while but they were a staple back in college days.
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    Hire (Filet) Katsu from Umebachi's here in Kanegawa, Japan.
    Whoa, Mista Buss Driva, eh, you can stop the buss o wat?

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    Well, it's pork chops, Yukon gold potatoes and Jalapeno peppers tonight. Steel Reserve has gotten ridiculously expensive at Star Markets, so making do with Olde English to wash it down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StinkyTheGrump View Post
    Is that a Steel Reserve 40oz? Haven't had one of those in a while but they were a staple back in college days.
    For sure. My favorite brew.

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    hi,tonight,wer'e having chow fun noodle's and we'll probably have a lettuce salad and tomorrow,we'll have our leftover chili on rice and it'll all be good.

    Well thank's for your time

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    previously grilled chicken thighs (garlic, herb, olive oil marinade), mushroom sauce. fried potatoes and veggie salad.

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    Fresh baked French Bread from Foodland, Tuna Salad and a couple of Bacardi & Cokes. and it was Yum!
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    Thai Coconut Chicken with Ginger

    I am preparing it today but we won't be eating it until Karen's birthday on the 17th. This meal is for 3.

    2 tbs Cooking Oil
    2 Garlic
    cloves, chopped
    2 slices fresh ginger
    Red capsicum3 Shallots chopped
    1 large Chicken breast, sliced
    1 tsp Soy Sauce
    1 can Coconut Cream
    20g sliced Bamboo Shoots
    2 tbs Sweet Chilli Sauce with Ginger
    Directions,
    Make sure the wok is washed and clean to prevent cross-contamination. Actually I use hot virgin olive oil to wash my wok.
    Heat oil in wok, add garlic, ginger, capsicum and shallots and cook for 2 minutes.
    Add chicken and soy sauce and cook until chicken browns.
    Reduce heat and add the coconut cream and bamboo shoots.
    Steam for 2 minutes stirring occasionally.
    Add sweet chilli sauce with ginger and stir again for 1 minute.
    Remove from heat and serve with Thai long grain steamed rice.
    Serves 3
    Last edited by Barry; September 16th, 2009 at 01:46 AM.

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    Do I have to make dinner? I so over it. I'm rebelling. Maybe I can print out pictures of what you guys make and huz can eat that.

    Doesn't anyone else get tired of making/eating dinner?

    Can't think of anything creative this time


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    Quote Originally Posted by surlygirly View Post
    Do I have to make dinner? I so over it. I'm rebelling. Maybe I can print out pictures of what you guys make and huz can eat that.

    Doesn't anyone else get tired of making/eating dinner?
    Yeah. I used to love cooking, now not so much. I just do it for my hubby. If he's out, I have a glass of wine with cheese and crackers, or popcorn, trail mix, chocolate... as long as I don't have to cook and wash pots and stuff.

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    Fried cod and a pasta side made with pesto alfredo sauce. Veggie salad. I wish I could have wine.

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    Default Re: What's for Dinner - Chapter 5

    Today after picking up my kids from school, I was wondering what to make for dinner? At Safeway I was browsing around asked the kids, "When was the last time you had a TV Dinner?" What's that they asked" noting the word TV was included.

    So I sold them on the novelty of a TV Dinner and guess what we're having tonight? Well that plus left over chili. Hey once in a while I can cheat.
    Life is what you make of it...so please read the instructions carefully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surlygirly View Post
    Doesn't anyone else get tired of making/eating dinner?
    *L* DH was out here from Big D and after a week whined that he hadn't had a home-cooked meal yet and I pointed out to him where the kitchen was at. He thinks it's a B&B when he's here.

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    hi tonight,we're having my homemade stoup which is thicker than stew and thinner than soup which is somewhat like Rachael ray's stoup only not with many vegetable's,only the one's my stomach is able to handle and it'll be good.


    well thank's for your time

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