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What's for dinner?

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

  1. I_am_smoked_cheddar

    I_am_smoked_cheddar Guest

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    I can just feel the arteries hardening . :D
    Did you take pictures, will you be posting them ? :tup: I know you went to last night's GB game . ;)
     
  2. mhnessie

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    I make it myself. Slices of fresh, roasted garlic, olive oil, chili and herbs, thats it. Quick and easy ;)
     
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  3. Vltrophy

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    Instead of hamburger helper chicken helper w/some BBQ. & sides to be announced later
     
  4. Vltrophy

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    California blend plus the above & sweet tea
     
  5. buggybill2003

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    Just made a prawn curry from scratch. Very enjoyable with a cold beer.
     
  6. Vltrophy

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    Hamburger helper Salisbury steak
     
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  7. Packerlover

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    Smoked salmon, rice and vegetables.. :)
     
  8. buggybill2003

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    Homemade chicken Jalfrezi with boiled rice
     
  9. Poppa San

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    Homegrown pork roast, steamed zucchinni, Homegrown baked potatoes. Pilsner.
     
  10. Raptorman

    Raptorman Vikings fan since 1966.

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    Mexican. Chicken burrito, rice and beans. At our favorite Mexican restaurant.
     
  11. longtimefan

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    Had Mexican Saturday at our fav place...

    On fire chicken tacos for me
     
  12. Vltrophy

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  13. realcaliforniacheese

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    I remember when I was a young GI, I could tell the day of the week by what kind of Hamburger helper we were having.
     
  14. Poppa San

    Poppa San Beast mode Staff Member Moderator

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    Hinterland Brewing House 32oz porterhouse, smoke flavored mashed potatoes with steamed beans. Preceded by a fried cauliflower appetizer. Washed down with a pint of Kentucky Cream ale. Accompanied by my no longer blushing bride of 26 years who promised to provide desert later. I didn't realize she meant the grasshopper she just gave me.
     
  15. Passepartout

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    Had Personal Pan Pizza from Pizza Hut. The best Pepperoni there!
     
  16. XPack

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    Korean dinner last night.

    Spicy Ramen Soup Noodles. Absolutely sluurrrping!

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  17. buggybill2003

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    I`ve never tried Korean food. Is it very spicy ?
     
  18. mhnessie

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    Nice ! Big fan of Asian food here, but never learned to use chopsticks properly, despite of having traveled in SEA a lot.
    And eating a soup with chopsticks ? How does this work ? :eek:;)
     
  19. XPack

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    Mix of both. You can get spicy and non-spicy ones. I personally prefer the lip burning spicy stuff. Delicious!

    My work was based out of Beijing between 2008-10 and had to learn quick as we had lot of client dinners and such. I used to practice with a bowl of peanuts everyday. Pick them up and drop them into another bowl and once done, back onto first bow. After about a week, I had enough skill to not embarrass myself in public.

    You have chopsticks and a soup spoon. Chopsticks in right hand and soup spoon in left. Some take the noodles drop it into soup spoon dip in bown and eat noodles with soup. I just slurp my noodles first and then spoon in some soup later.
     
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  20. mhnessie

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    Maybe I should try to practice with peanuts too ? Hope dies last.
    In some restaurants I got chopsticks for children, that made it a little bit easier for me.
    On my trips I usually took my old "Bundeswehr" Army cutlery with me that I kept after having served in the German Bundeswehr and used that instead of chopsticks when they had no other cutlery for me. Embarrassing, I know.... :oops::D
     
  21. XPack

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    It's the Chinese Wax on Wax off. Nut in/Nut out and you'll be kung fu chopstick user soon :roflmao:

    Which restaurant doesn't provide cutlery? :confused:
     
  22. mhnessie

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    Had it once or twice in Myanmar and Cambodia in remote and rural areas.
    But of course all other restaurants had cutlery or at least chopsticks for children for me. ;)
     
  23. XPack

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    Maybe it's some food that needs to be eatn with hands. In many Southeast Asian nations and India/Pakistan, you eat with hands and so no cutlery!
     
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