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Old 09-26-2011, 06:19 PM
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What did you (or are planning to) have for dinner?

I'm currently in the process of eating a very large portion of Pad Thai from a local joint.
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Old 09-26-2011, 08:29 PM
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dinner and eating to me is annoying we only eat to fill our body up with its needs and then its all pooped out lol , can't wait till there is an alien invention that injects us with all the nutrients we need for about six months lol and never worry about eating again like those aliens in star trek
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Old 09-26-2011, 09:07 PM
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That's horrible.

Eating is something to take pleasure in.
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Mc donalds...
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Rice and Salad
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spicy Italian sausage, peeled, broken up and fried off with extra chili flakes. Drain oil.

Big tube pasta boiling, add some of that water to the sausage to start a sauce.

Add a nice amount of ricotta cheese to the sausage pan and get nice and saucy.

Added the pasta to the sausage pan, toss, sprinkle with fresh oregano and basil, crack some fresh black pepper over this.

Put it on a plate and sprinkle with fresh grated Parmesan.

Ate that with a nice salad and toasted organic rustic spelt bread with garlic butter.

That was last night....yum
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My home-grilled sweet/spicy spare ribs, some wild rice, and mashed potatoes with brown gravy. Yesterday was grilled lemon-pepper tilapia with cajun grilled shrimp
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Old 09-27-2011, 05:35 AM
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Ellios Pizza. Gotta love being a college student.....
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Hmmmmm....I miss proper mom&pop pizza shops....especially ones that do a good Stromboli.

Getting hungry now....[&:]
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ThunderbirdJunkie cooked up a nice baked spaghetti the other night. Still have some left...probably gonna chow on that today
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It's late and I'm still at work.

Won't have too much time when I get home so probably a can of clam chowder and a grilled cheese sandwich looks likely on the horizon.
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Ellios Pizza. Gotta love being a college student.....
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXqnlxhy7ys[/youtube]
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That girl does not do a good review on that pizza...
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A tuna cob with salad plus some mackerel in chili sauce.. odd but nice.
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That girl does not do a good review on that pizza...
That's a girl?
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My lord that is gross. "With Tabasco sauce" " we are going to be putting Tabasco on it to" "got the Tabasco" "got the pizza ready with the Tabasco" "the pizza is ready with ta datadas mlsls Tabasco"
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Ellios Pizza. Gotta love being a college student.....
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXqnlxhy7ys[/youtube]
HAHAHAHA YES! I was waiting for you to post that.
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Another late night at work.....think I may just have breakfast for dinner....or maybe pick up a nice dum biryani or roganjosh on the way home...[&:]
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I went with the cheese and chili omelet with some toast. Was too tired to do anything else.
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We had breakfast last night too lol Cheesy scrambled eggs, sausage, bacon, toast and pancakes mmmmmmmmmmmmmm



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Another late night at work.....think I may just have breakfast for dinner....or maybe pick up a nice dum biryani or roganjosh on the way home...[&:]
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I still say bring on the appetite suppressant alien injection lol
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What did you (or are planning to) have for dinner?

I'm currently in the process of eating a very large portion of Pad Thai from a local joint.
tried that once
almost died (literally)
Turns out I'm very allergic to something in it, which is funny cause its the 1st time I ever had an allergic reaction outside the one people have to mosquito bites.

And TBJ no clue it looks like some genderless thing. Glad I ate dinner cause if I didn't I wouldn't have an appetite left after looking at that video.
Also how the hell can someone call that a review after they drowned it in Tabasco sauce(which I find most things people put on pizza utterly disgusting). That would be like doing a RTR review but putting tons of crap on the RC before you even turned it on stock.

To be on topic I had cheese ravioli, and garlic bread for dinner
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Old 09-29-2011, 04:05 PM
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Hmmm what to eat tonight..
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Chicken Parm Sub. Off to get it.
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Another late night at work last night so kept it simple again.

Penne mixed with half a jar of Jamie Oliver's Pesto sauce and sprinkled with some fresh grated Parmesan cheese. Did the trick.
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