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What's for dinner?

Discussion in 'The Atrium' started by Vltrophy, Jul 17, 2012.

  1. Poppa San
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    Going with breakfast today:
    Home raised and processed sausage patties, fried potatoes from the garden, eggs so freshly laid they were still steaming in the cool damp air, and toast with homemade raspberry jam.
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    What, no coffee ? :coffee:
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    I`ve just made a Gurkha lamb curry for my evening meal. I usually enjoy my curries, but THIS one was out of this world. Now enjoying a cold beer. After the ear infection, life is good again ;)
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    Self-praise is no recommendation, Bill :eek::D
    But to be serious - sounds tasty ;)

    Pasta (Tagliatelle) with Gorgonzola-Sauce here.....:tup:
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    I totally agree about self praise nessie, but this one surprised even me....lol My wife was speechless which was a bonus :D
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    Any chefs on this forum ?
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    Yes.
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    Is it you Smokey ?
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    What are you looking for ? Recipes, cooking tips, advice, etc.
    I am not a chief, but I've seen a few on TV. :D
    I am however a good cook and have prepared a large variety of different foods.
    If I can't provide an answer, I may know were to direct you to one or perhaps another here may be able to assist you. So, what are you looking for ?

    :coffee:
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    I was actually going to recommend a recipe which I cooked tonight. If you like hot spicy food, this was awesome ;). It`s called Gurkha curry......its from Nepal. Delicious
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    Grilling meats & vegetables is big on this side of the pond. Many do like hot/spicey, some like sweet/sour, and some prefer to go au-natural. The marinades, sauces, glazes, and spice rubs are a festival of variety as different as the potato salads at a church social. I like to use aluminum foil to wrap and seal in natural flavors. My brother has a rotisserie for his large grill, that's a whole cookbook by itself.
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    DiGiorno Supreme Pizza
    Cold Miller High Life Beer
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    Steak,mushrooms cooked in bourbon loaded baked potato & Samuel Adams beer
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    Manwich & some Mac-n-cheese. Preferably velveta shells & cheese
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    Rice A Roni Parmesan Cheese Noodles! Love Velveeta shells and cheese too!
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    Jimmy Johns
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    Grilled Chicken,oatmeal and pancakes.
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    haggis neeps and tatties
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    in American if you don't mind:D
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    Pizza tonight here. Self made pizza dough, toppings are tomato,onions, arugula, peas, artichoke hearts, Swiss cheese and ham.
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    Minus the tomatoes arugula ,peas & artichoke hearts it sounds good
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    You may no believe me but especially peas and arugula taste surprisingly good, Vltrophy ;)
    What are your favourite toppings ?
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    Onions mushrooms pepperoni green peppers jalapeño's. tried a Hawaiian pizza one time. Not bad
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    Yum, sounds very good, except mushrooms. I just dont like them since I was a little boy, dont know why. Hawaiian pizza sounds strange, did it come with pineapple ?
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    Yes. They actually put the pineapples on before the send it through oven along w/the ham. It's a little sweet but good
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