What did you have for a meal today?

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  1. Trusteft

    Trusteft HH's Asteroids' Dominator

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    Not sure why I upload these here and on my instagram. I guess I am hungry lol.
    This is from yesterday. Double burger (angus beef), with melted cheddar cheese, onion rings, Parmesan cheese and bacon. Yes it was good. Yes it was expensive. Almost 2-3 times as expensive as a regular burger. It tastes so good!
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    Trusteft HH's Asteroids' Dominator

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    From a couple of days ago (and a couple of days from now lol)
    Cold lentils with vinegar and a side of squids in piquant sauce.
    I LOVE lentils. I can eat several portions of it at a time, no problem. :)
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    Calliers Is turning over a new leaf..... Staff Member

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    I love squid. :)
     
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    niceguyrichy c c c COFFEE

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    made my family favourite, it’s a spicy, tomato bean and pork mince ‘thing’
    family love it, have me make it for them all the time. tastes a lot better than it looks :p

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    Trusteft HH's Asteroids' Dominator

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    I am a sucker for simple but strong tastes in food.
    Sliced mozzarella cheese with prosciutto meat, in a sandwich bread. Love it.
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    That's about $8 dollars here for essentially something similar but with more on it. Onions, and lettuce and tomatoes and a bunch of other stuff if you want... basically about 350-450 grams of angus beef...
     
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    Trusteft HH's Asteroids' Dominator

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    You get them here too but most of the time I choose to remove them.
     
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    Calliers Is turning over a new leaf..... Staff Member

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    I don't like onions in my sandwiches or burgers, even in my food a lot of times, depending on the dish. For example Bev's Chicken is good with onions.
     
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    Dyre Straits 10 Grandkids -2 Great-grandsons

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    I really wish I had thought to take a picture. I had dinner at Captain D's near where I live. The meal included:
    2 Fish Fillets
    2 Stuffed Crabs
    5 Shrimp (dipped in Cocktail Sauce)
    2 Hush Puppies
    Steamed Broccoli (with Honey Mustard)
    Baked Potato (with Butter, Sour Cream and Bacon Pieces)
    and
    Diet Coke
     
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    You never forget the diet Coke, do ya? :p
     
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    Dyre Straits 10 Grandkids -2 Great-grandsons

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    Never!!! :)

    FWIW, I rarely ever drink tea. But, I do drink coffee with a breakfast meal....even if it isn't AT breakfast. :)
     
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    Wendy's Greasanator... err. Baconator. Can't show you a picture as it would make you throw up. Seriously, the amount of grease was ridiculous. Got it home, opened up to be surprised by a swimming burger. Took me 10 mins to pat down the patty. I officially hate that place now.

    Should have gone to A&W across the street.... :(
     
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    Trusteft HH's Asteroids' Dominator

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    These is from days ago, I forgot to upload it.
    salted cod with garlic dip, mashed potatoes, salad with tomatoes, onions, boiled potatoes in olive oil and lactose free feta cheese.
    It was so good!
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    Dyre Straits 10 Grandkids -2 Great-grandsons

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    I have not been to Wendy's in years. I can't even think of anything I liked there when I did go except for the .... Frosty?
     
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    Their strawberry lemonade is really good. And when they have it I like the fish sandwich. That's over though...
     
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    For lunch, today....

    Roast Turkey n Swiss on Honey Wheat, Curly Fries, Apple Turnover.....and Diet Pepsi. (I much prefer Diet Coke, but, Pepsi is what they have.)

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    Trusteft HH's Asteroids' Dominator

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    Oh man curly fries, no one has them here.
    I used to have them regularly when I was in the UK.
     
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    That meal looks delish. I am a big fan of curly fries. The sandwich looks very good and apple turnovers are one of the desserts I prefer. Especially with icing on them.
     
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    I miss Arby's Curly Fries... and the Chicken Cordon Blue sandwich...

    There's not 1 Arby's left in Toronto. They're all gone. Closest one is a 45min drive from here... but... I don't drive. :(

    I wonder if Uber Eats will deliver?
     
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    apologies for the pic, it’s the missus’, as usual I was too intent on tucking in to remember to grab a snap :D
    this is called Oktoberfest stew. it’s potato, lots of cabbage (we used savoy and regular white), sausage / bratwurst thing of your own choosing, lots of tasty beer < thems the highlight ingredients anyway
    absolutely delicious served up with crusty tasty rustic rolls :)

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