What did you have for a meal today?

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  1. CDsDontBurn

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    yea, not going to do that.......ever.
     
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    Sorry, But that looks like too much work for so very little meat.. But apart from that Chicken Feet are in most cases scratching around and treading in their own droppings...

    No Thank you..
     
  3. Dyre Straits

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    Today, I had just too much to eat! :drool: Thanksgiving [Turkey] Day here in the US of A.
     
  4. malmental

    malmental System Builder > Hardware Specialist

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    I had two servings of Turkey Day.
    I used the big bowl like Jethro Clampett if the Beverly Hillbillies...
    poured all the foods in there (Gundam Style) with the rice on the bottom followed by stuffing, greens, turkey, corn and gravy...
    some rolls on the side to wipe the bowl clean when done...

    :D
     
  5. Calliers

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    Had Hot Hamburger for supper tonight, the gravy was especially good.
     
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    sounds good...
     
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    grilled salmon fillet with linguine and fresh homemade pesto. Lush :)
     
  8. Trusteft

    Trusteft HH's Asteroids' Dominator

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    For breakfast I had some leftover pizza and a large cup of cappuccino coffee, plus a glass of "orange juice" (vitamins pill which dissolves into water with orange taste)
    Not bad.
     
  9. malmental

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    didn't feel like breakfast this morning, not the traditional breakfast anyways.
    so I grilled a steak and made some rice, added some soy sauce and some buttered toast.
    the dogs benefited from might morning grub and had some pieces of fat
    with lots of grease and drippings with their food along with some rice too..
    we're all feeling the 'itis' right now from a good meal.
    itis
    don't feel like going to class now..
    need a 5-hour energy..
     
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  10. malmental

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    should of added an egg to the rice and steak..
    (next time..)
     
  11. Calliers

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    You usually get the itis from fatty/greasy meals. :)
     
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    that's a bad example of pap .most people eat it with gravy and "normal" meat and why is it green?
     
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    Guess the camera that shot it put a hue to it.

    It was supposed to be as a joke anyhow. :)
     
  14. Trusteft

    Trusteft HH's Asteroids' Dominator

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    Had this earlier tonight.
    Not bad, but not great either. The place I usually order it from was closed tonight.

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    That looks tasty Trusteft. :)
     
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    Wasn't actually what I had, but who I had it with. Went down to see my Father at the nursing home. He, my sister, and I had Christmas dinner at the nursing home.
     
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    Putting my Grandfather into a home today. He's very much against it, but needs the round the clock care due to his vascular dementure and various other ailments. He'll hate it. It feels terrible.

    On a not particularly related but more on topic note, what can I cook with

    • Cooked turkey (this is the bit that needs using)
    • Cherry tomatoes
    • Cabbage
    • Mushrooms
    • Courgette
    • Onion
    • Leeks
    • Butternut squash
    I've all the usual kitchen staples (sauces, soups, canned tomatoes, rice, pasta, spuds, etc.).
     
  18. Trusteft

    Trusteft HH's Asteroids' Dominator

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    You can always make a sandwich or 3.

    You can also make rice with the canned tomatoes and add the meat you have, for a juicy rice and meat meal.

    If you like cheese you can make pasta and then slightly grill portions of meat with cheese on top. If you enjoy oregano, add some of that on the meat.
     
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    blibbax nahm8

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    All good suggestions, but unfortunately I'm having turkey sandwiches for lunch, I made turkey rice yesterday, and my mum can't eat meals with a lot of cheese in :(

    I might be able to make the pasta thing work anyway, though. It's that or I go and buy some stir-fry sauce, atm :)
     
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    picked up some fresh packed not frozen beef baby back ribs, no pork..
    that's for later, gotta get some caffeine and breakfast first.
     

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