Oven-baked mac and cheese with a sriracha-cream cheese crust, foie gras omelet hashbrowns, kale salad mixed with caramel pears, and a bottle of red. I cooked in advance this weekend, and I'm taking advantage all week.
grilled chicken and salad. Dieting.
Baked Chicken Tittie, arugula salad w blue cheese.
So. Unbearably. Pretentious.
Last night was spaghetti with veal meatballs in a spicy pomodoro sauce with onions and peppers, a huge green salad, garlic bread. SO nice.
Baked salmon, steamed white rice, roasted carrots, grasshopper pie left over from the weekend.
I know - it's not up to DL's gourmand standards and god knows that 'anon and anal' will never approve but we'll enjoy it anyway.
Water. I don't eat this late.
Mesquite biscuits with jalapeno jam and butter, homemade apple sauce and carrot vegetable juice right from the juicer and extra sharp cheddar cheese.
Wow. That sounds good, but really fucking filling. Do you eat like that every day?
I have a nice corned beef brisket cooling in my pressure cooker on my patio.
It only took 60 minutes vs. hours of braising.
Will be slicing it soon.
Can of microwaved green beans drenched in butter and salt and pepper.
I will never understand why anyone willingly eats Kale when they don't have to.
Corn flakes with half an overripe banana.
Whole Foods® is bad about pushing kale on their patrons. Urk.
Kale is so awful. I ruined a perfectly good batch of soup with it once.
Chocolate covered kale.
Didn't Anne Frank and her family live on kale soup when they were in that attic?
Soup and a salad at Panera Bread in about an hour.
Leftover sausage, onions, mushrooms and peppers, hoagie roll, sharp provolone. Tangerines(a steal at 4 bucks a box)
A good friend took my partner and I out for a leisurely 3 hour lunch (with wine) at a great French restaurant.
I just woke up from a lovely nap.
Reheated Chili from Sunday.
My BF's mom brought over homemade corn bread and squash casserole. So much for my diet!
My favorite is the hillbilly trash who thinks mac and cheese is "pretentious."
Made with a 'sriracha cream cheese crust' it is, R26.
Turkey meatloaf with couscous and steamed green beans.
For those of you who hate kale, I hate it too. I did 23andme.com recently and found out I have a high bitter taste perception (a super taster). That's why I hate kale, brussel sprouts, and grapefruit. You might have the same gene.
Warm lentils mixed with curry, onions, carrots, celery and two diced pork loin chops I grilled last night. Delicious.
R28, you can really taste the kale.
Wow, I hope you feel good about yourself eating your goose liver-- the horrendous treatment they endure will be inflicted upon you one day... can I watch? Loser.
Tonight I made garlicky shrimp enchiladas in green sauce, yellow rice, and spicy guacamole. I also got a bit frisky with the margarita machine.
Fresh ravioli and pomodoro sauce from the Italian deli, salad and ice cream.
Frito-lay cheese dip, olives, shredded lettuce, chopped onion, tomato, Howard's pepper relish, Nina chips, smashed avocados, sour cream. Broil in oven on low for 10 minutes. Pull out of the oven and dine!
Homemade Chicken Soup. I am not that hungry tonight.
Leftover Sheperd pie, and a cucumber/purple onion/tomato salad.
Leftover country ribs with homemade BBQ sauce, a small boiled potato and peas, a few black grapes for dessert, seltzer.
I love my BBQ sauce but man does it give me heartburn. I'm still suffering after taking Maalox. I think it's because I use a lot of apple cider vinegar.
The only two ways I like kale are kale chips and cooked in homemade bean soup.
I kept reading the OP's menu over and over wondering why he was bragging about over-baked mac and cheese.
Macaroni & cheese with a sriracha cream cheese crust may be pretentious but it sure does sound good. OP, may I have the recipe?
I'm not knocking it, but what is 'sriracha cream cheese' anyway?
A slice of toast. It's my specialty.
Baby kale is easier to mix into a salad or into an omelette instead of spinach. Once I discovered it, I never went back to that horrid, large kale.
I don't like it, but it's very nutritious.
I'm going to Runza before they close in the next hour. It's a midwestern fast food chain, I guess, it's the midwest here anyway. I doubt it's national. They have their own unique baked sandwich call a "Runza", with beef and whatever else you want. I'll also have crinkle fries with sour onion dip instead of ketchup.
Reading this thread makes me want to have poppers and Viagra for dinner.
To be honest -- 1/3 of a lean pork chop on 2/3 piece of plain toast with a side dish of 1/2 a raw red pepper cut in slices. My "dessert" was a piece of sugar-free lemon gum. I don't usually eat such fractional amounts of food like this for dinner, but yesterday I overdid it a little, so I'm eating light today. I also went for a long walk in the crisp, but deliciously sunny fall weather earlier.
I'm too tired to do anything but frozen food, takeout or a cheese sandwich. What do you suggest? (other than killing myself.)
Delicata squash soup, homemade bread, and an arugula salad with blue cheese and cranberries.
Seasoned Filet tip, seared then baked.
Broccoli bake with onion.
Arugula Salad. Blue cheese dressing.
Vino...Cabernet Franc for those that would like to imbibe.
So. Fucking. Fat.
I'm making chicken fingers (using chicken tenders) for tonight. So easy. left them to soak in buttermilk with S&P this morning. Left my flour seasoned with S&P, onion & garlic powder and sweet paprika ready. All I have to do is put a little of the buttermilk in the flour to make all these edges on the chicken that become a extra crispy delight and dip the fingers in the flour and fry. SO GOOD!
Oh and I made my own honey mustard and bbq dipping sauce. Add a baked potato, a salad and dinner is served!
I will make chicken parm out of the leftovers in the next day or two.
No wonder there are so many posts on datalounge about gastric weight loss surgery.
Salmon with pineapple/cucumber/lime salsa -- oven-roasted yams glazed with balsamic reduction -- cherry tomatoes, green onions, & radishes.
I'm home sick today and thought I'd order out. But I found a TJ's scallop, mushroom and pea concoction in the freezer I'm addicted to. That and a small green salad with red onion, kalamata olives and anchovies in a vinegar and olive oil vinaigrette.
leftover pepperoni pizza
OP's dinner sounds like one of the satirical meals from Ellis' American Psycho.
I hope it's imaginary.
r42 Throw that back in the freezer, if you want great chicken potpie, go to Ponzio's in Cherry Hill, NJ. It's only available Thursdays though, but worth the wait.
My daughter sent over some Baha Fresh coupons last month. I guess I'll continue using them.
Margaritas and Tex-Mex out on a patio.
[quote]So. Unbearably. Pretentious
Exactly what I was thinking. I guess some of these queens think they're too good to eat "regular" food.
I'm picky, so I don't eat much
Cocktails and whatever takeaway I end up with afterwards, unless we really get on and go for dinner.
OP, do you get the runs much?
OP, honestly, hon. How much do you weigh? Mac n cheese PLUS some hashbrown thing for dinner? You do not eat like a thin person.
Also to R34, the person who thinks that you can fake up some nachos in the microwave -- I'm all for the microwave, but since when do nachos not involve cheese? And since when do they involve olives?
Tonight -- lasange and salad. Not a huge helping of lasange either.
"mac" and cheese is something you eat instead of, say, a "sammie" and some "veggies"
OP, the mac and cheese sounds good. What's your recipe? TIA
I want some of that ginger ale.
How do you make it?
Sauted chicken breast, baked potato, steamed mixed vegetables and trying not to break into the Halloween mini candy for dessert.
Poached fresh cod,black grapes and kale potato hash.
[quote]Sauted chicken breast, baked potato, steamed mixed vegetables and trying not to break into the Halloween mini candy for dessert.
You'd be better off having a couple of the mini candies than that baked potato.
R67, it's lasagne, you fucking idiot, not lasange.
Rotisserie chicken, mashed potatoes, greenbeans and salad. I'm fucking starving.