I am hungry.
DL Epicure: What are you having for dinner?
|by Anonymous||reply 197||a day ago|
Sausage crumble with squash, rotel tomates and parm. Had to use up this Jimmy Dean sausage before it expired. It had another month to go, but I know me; if I didn't use it now, it would sit in my fridge until it died.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||03/24/2021|
American Chop Suey from a gourmet takeout place. It's not the shit they served in the cafeteria.
Steamed asparagus in lemon butter broth.
Strawberry-rhubarb crumb pie.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||03/24/2021|
Grilled Cheese (Havarti and fig jam) This is so delicious.
Roasted Carrots and Potato Hash
Small green salad with balsamic vinaigrette (homemade of course).
Chocolate Croissant for dessert. If still hungry. ( I brought these.)
This is so GOOD. I have all the ingredients. Most important, it is so EASY. Faster than driving to take out place.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||03/24/2021|
I am all out of my favorite liquor, so food.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||03/24/2021|
r3, that sounds delicious!
|by Anonymous||reply 5||03/24/2021|
There’s nothing in the house. I don’t feel like stepping out or ordering in. I’ll have some toast.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||03/24/2021|
Fig jam is incredible. Fucking heathens knew how to eat.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||03/24/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 8||03/24/2021|
Six oysters,, grilled branzino, creamed spinach, chocolate malt cake, and decaf cappuccino.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||03/24/2021|
Some kind of plant-based non-meat patty made from white beans and hot peppers (Morningstar Farms brand maybe?). I fried it in butter and made a sandwich out of it, with pepperjack cheese and raw onion slices between thick slices of French bread. And Negro Modelo beer. Dessert will be a Pepcid pill at bedtime, just in case.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||03/24/2021|
Penne with pancetta, English peas, asparagus, cherry tomatoes and Parmesan.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||03/24/2021|
because I am hungry
|by Anonymous||reply 12||03/25/2021|
Quesadilla. I have to make more black beans, then I'm having another one. It was this or pizza.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||03/25/2021|
bump this thread
|by Anonymous||reply 14||03/25/2021|
I had, around 6pm EST, chicken salad made, from a deli, with cranberries and yellow raisins, delicious, on buttered rye, a handful of potato chips and 1/3 of a slice of carrot cake, from the same deli. Diet Pepsi as my beverage, with lemon squeezed in. I love this chicken salad. You wouldn't think chicken salad a little on the sweet side would be good, but it is.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||03/25/2021|
Poached Salmon, asparagus, creamed spinach, brown rice, and a slice of the 3-layered chocolate cake I baked yesterday
|by Anonymous||reply 16||03/25/2021|
R16, have you or anyone here ever tried Whole Foods organic frozen brown rice? It's cheap and it contains nothing but brown rice and it's delicious. I add a little butter and salt and it's the best brown rice I've ever tasted. I bought these organic/grass fed frozen meatballs to have with it and without even adding anything to the meatballs, like a sauce, it was a great meal and just 3 of those little meatballs was filling. Maybe it was the fiber in the rice that was filling. Either way, yum.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||03/25/2021|
It was a cool, rainy day so I made a pot of beef gulyas and had a salad later. I also wanted to start using up what is left from my winter potatoes, so it all went fine. As simple as much of it is, I do think Hungarian and Central European traditional dishes get passed over when they offer some fine versions of familiar fare.
I spend a lot of time in northern Italy, Provence, New Orleans and Thailand in my kitchen, so a trip to Pest or Minsk or parts of India (working on Puducherry recipes) or the African Maghreb keeps things from slipping into a rut.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||03/25/2021|
Red Beans & Rice with spicy sausage and a bagged salad that pretends it’s caesar.
If I keep the portions down, it’s supposed to be four servings. I’m trying to get fat, so there.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||03/25/2021|
Stir Fry Scrambled Eggs with Char Siu Pork 叉燒炒蛋 (homemade...)
|by Anonymous||reply 20||03/25/2021|
A head of Boston lettuce, half a leftover grilled chicken breast, some Parmesan cheese and vinaigrette (Ina G’s recipe). Followed by apple slices topped with sharp Irish cheddar with a dab of honey. A handful of almonds (Kirkland, they are steamed and I love their “mouth feel”). I am still hungry but not for anything I have.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||03/25/2021|
A huge yam sliced in half with real butter, salt and freshly ground pepper and topped with Oscar Mayer real bacon bits. I also had a glass of red house wine Earlier I had Fage Vanilla Yoghurt with fresh blueberries. Chocolate ice cream, I nuked the yam on the potato setting on my microwave.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||03/25/2021|
A 2-egg cheddar cheese omelet, with pico de gallo on the side.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||03/25/2021|
Anyone have a good recipe for chicken thighs? I accidentally bought extra via Instacart...I’ll be eating them for weeks. My freezer is full, so I have to cook them tonight or at least this weekend...
|by Anonymous||reply 24||03/26/2021|
Made a mix of Indian and Irish with a shepherd's pie made Indian style, very tasty
|by Anonymous||reply 25||03/26/2021|
R24, bake them on pieces of bread for a long time, then use both when cool to make a killer Caesar’s salad
|by Anonymous||reply 26||03/26/2021|
R24 I do a version of chicken cacciatore (without mushrooms but you could add)
In a large stock pot, sauté rough cut carrots, celery, zucchini and onion in olive oil for a couple of minutes. Add chopped garlic and cook for a minute or so. Add chicken. Add a large can of whole tomatoes. Add oregano, thyme, basil and black pepper and simmer for about a half hour. Break up tomatoes, turn heat down to low, cover pot and let stew another half hour or longer (the longer it cooks the more the chicken will come off the bone). If you like a thicker sauce add tomato paste (either when cooking the vegetables or after you break up the tomatoes). You can do this in a slow cooker as well.
I like to serve with pasta or spaghetti squash.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||03/26/2021|
For lunch I'm getting take-out from a Caribbean place: fried whiting, with sides of collards & steamed cabbage, and an appetizer of yucca puffs with a guava-lime dipping sauce. (I'll split it in two so it'll be enough for today & tomorrow's lunch.)
Tonight it's tagliatelle with a pesto sauce I made that contains 5 different nuts (walnuts, pignoli, almonds, hazelnuts & pistachios).
|by Anonymous||reply 28||03/26/2021|
oh i want your pesto recipe.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||03/26/2021|
I make this all the time. The chicken thighs are roasted in the oven because I hate the cleanup of sautéing chicken on the stove top.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||03/26/2021|
I received a big amount of stew veggies from my recent safeway delivery. I didn't order them, but was charged $5.
The mix consisted of halved new potatoes, carrots, purple and white onion quarters. Recipe follows:
Put a bit of water in dish to cover the bottom and make steam for the veggies Throw in the veggies. Sprinkle veg with 1 tsp Knorr dry chicken bouillon (in a jar). stir it around a bit. cover top with saran wrap. Place in microwave covered and cook in 3 min increment to about 10 min total. Stir veg.
Test with a fork and when veg are soft, add a couple of tablespoons of butter. Stir this thoroughly throughout and you will see that you have made a lovely sauce for your stew. Add some fresh ground pepper.
This absolutely delicious and except for the butter practically no calories! It is essential that you use only Knorr dry chicken bouillon .Use only real butter!
|by Anonymous||reply 31||03/26/2021|
Roast chicken leg, pasta with home made marinara sauce. 2 pieces of baklavah (sp?) which I will regret eating tomorrow when I step on the scale.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||03/26/2021|
[quote]oh i want your pesto recipe.
R29 - I put 1/4 cup each raw almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, pignoli & pistachios in a food processor. (I grind them as much as possible because I like a smooth pesto.)
Then in a blender I put 1 oz basil and 2 TB flat leaf parsley that I chop a bit, 1/4 tsp coarse black pepper, 1/4 cup + 2 TB EVOO, 3 garlic cloves (that I put through a garlic press), 1 TB melted butter, the ground nuts & 1/2 cup water and make it as smooth as possible. (You have to have a good blender for this because the the sauce is [bold]really[/bold] thick.
That makes enough sauce for about a lb of pasta. (I personally like Seggiano's tagliatelle.)
BTW I don't add salt to the sauce; I salt only the pasta water.
Before the pasta is done, I reserve about 3/4 cup of the pasta water.
Then to the drained pasta, I mix in the sauce (as best I could), add about half the reserved pasta water to better mix in the sauce, add 1 oz each grated pecorino and parmigiano cheeses, and then finally most of the remaining reserved water
I saw this recipe in some Sicilian cookbook years ago, and I like it as a change of pace to traditional pesto sauce.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||03/26/2021|
Sautéed butter/garlic/lemon pepper chicken thighs and steamed asparagus drizzled with my cheese sauce (heavy whipping cream, shredded gruyere, Parmesan, cheddar, red pepper, salt, and black pepper.)
|by Anonymous||reply 34||03/26/2021|
R34 - can I come over for dinner?
|by Anonymous||reply 35||03/26/2021|
An old friend.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||03/26/2021|
Dumplings from Trader Joe’s
|by Anonymous||reply 37||03/26/2021|
Loving Arnold's Hearty White bread. Death by carbs, but they make a great sandwich bread.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||03/26/2021|
R35 - Sure! I have plenty and I share.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||03/27/2021|
I'm having Spaghetti and Meat Sauce from that recipe that was posted, and should be charged for. See the Spaghetti and Meat Sauce thread.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||03/27/2021|
I am marinating chicken that I will grill and make a sandwich with cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato and avocado on a Kaiser roll, with a side of fries. Nothing special but a favorite. I haven’t had French fries in over a year.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||03/27/2021|
I had two Bob Evans sausage biscuits to tide me over, while I make Sloppy Joes (from our Sloppy Joe thread).
|by Anonymous||reply 42||03/27/2021|
A cool yoghurt based lemon, rice, egg and lemon soup with romaine and herbs courtesy of my roommate and some meatballs with herbs alongside a potato salad I leaner to make it without mayo and just olive oil, baby potatoes, red onion, olives, cucumbers, red pepper slices and a dash of mustard). Obviously just a bit cuz I kind of drank my lunch in Italian beer.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||03/27/2021|
Half a pint of B&J vanilla ice cream. Yikes, about 800 calories just for that.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||03/27/2021|
R42, how were your sloppy joes, and which recipe did you use?
|by Anonymous||reply 45||03/27/2021|
I'm having Mexican. His name is Carlos, 25, muscles and a 8-inch cock.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||03/27/2021|
Mexican take out.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||03/27/2021|
R45, I used a packet of McCormick's Sloppy Joe Mix, a pound of ground beef (80/20), a 6 oz can of tomato paste, two medium onions, finely chopped, and a 7 oz can of chopped green chilis. I added salt and pepper to taste, and a generous dash of allspice, which elevates ground meat dishes. I dished it up on toasted potato buns: they were delicious, and I have enough to freeze for the next time I have a craving.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||03/27/2021|
R3 that grilled cheese sounds yummy! what kind of bread do you use for that grilled cheese? Do you grill your bread with butter or mayonnaise?
|by Anonymous||reply 49||03/27/2021|
Spaghetti and meat sauce with garlic bread. Just ate about an hour ago and it was delicious!
Here’s the recipe. I highly recommend it!
|by Anonymous||reply 50||03/27/2021|
i use olive oil. You could use Dijon mustard if you wanted too.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||03/27/2021|
We had cod, riced cauliflower, and a green salad.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||03/27/2021|
McDonald's, including the vanilla cone.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||03/27/2021|
R40 which meat sauce recipe do you use?
|by Anonymous||reply 54||03/27/2021|
R3, I was just given a jar of fig jam and would like to try your Havarti sandwich. I've never had Havarti -- is it a strong flavored cheese, or nutty, or what?
|by Anonymous||reply 55||03/27/2021|
I'm not R3, but Havarti is mild. I wouldn't say nutty.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||03/27/2021|
I’m not r3 either, but Havarti has notes of swiss cheese, but more subtle.
|by Anonymous||reply 57||03/27/2021|
Thanks, R56 & R57 -- sounds good with fig jam.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||03/27/2021|
Amy's frozen dumplings and veggies over rice noodles. it was pretty decent.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||03/27/2021|
r59 Did you eat them with a comb while throwing staplers.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||03/27/2021|
r59 nope, just a regular fork and some chardonnay.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||03/27/2021|
I made a baked lemon chicken with pasta.
baked a breast a 325 for about 40 minutes in:
about 1/4 stick of butter, maybe a little more, idk olive oil about half a large lemon several shakes of garlic powder (was too lazy to slice actual garlic) several shakes of red pepper flakes couple shakes of paprika a bit of salt
boiled pasta. sliced up chicken, added that with the sauce it was baked in to pasta (after I'd strained the pasta, sue me). Then added a bit more of all of the above, more butter, spice, oil, etc., and some cheap sauvignon blanc to the pot. Cooked until everything was melted, the smell of the wine had died down, then added a bit more lemon.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||03/28/2021|
Baked salmon fillet with chunky tzatziki sauce -- hasselback sweet potato stuffed with green apple slices.
|by Anonymous||reply 63||03/28/2021|
r61 May be you should read about senator Amy Klobuchar and her salad eating habits, a little
|by Anonymous||reply 64||03/28/2021|
Chicken thighs made with Shake n Bake, frozen french fries, both sprayed with canola spray before going into the oven, Rao's marinara and mozzarella on the chicken near the end. Sugar free Jello cup with Reddi Whip. Basically crap with more crap added to it but it all tasted good.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||03/28/2021|
I'm making these Persian fesenjoon-inspired chicken wings.
I got the recipe from Food 52's Youtube site and they came out great the first time I made them.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||03/28/2021|
Lemon-onion porkchops, steamed white rice (with butter), boiled broccoli, and a green salad with peas and grated hard-boiled eggs. My partner is a FABULOUS cook. We eat like this every night...
|by Anonymous||reply 67||03/28/2021|
Leftover roasted chicken thighs with squash and mashed potatoes. Dessert was apple-blueberry crumble with vanilla ice cream.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||03/28/2021|
Scallops wrapped in bacon, with spicy tomato jam.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||03/28/2021|
Pork butt roast with roasted yellow potatoes and homemade gravy. I’ve never made my own gravy, and I was quite happy with the results.
Tomorrow or Tuesday, it’s pulled pork sandwiches.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||03/28/2021|
Leftover spinach daal and aloo gobi and rice, yesterday was Indian.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||03/28/2021|
Oven baked chicken wings!
|by Anonymous||reply 72||03/29/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 73||03/29/2021|
I had my frozen Chinese meatballs and frozen brown rice again. I'm so tired. I just can't cook like I used to.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||03/29/2021|
Homemade (or "homo-made," if prefer) pepperoni pizza and a green salad
|by Anonymous||reply 75||03/29/2021|
Homemade (or "homo-made," if prefer) pepperoni pizza and a green salad
|by Anonymous||reply 76||03/29/2021|
Kudos if you even made the crust yourself. I don't have the energy to even butter a piece of store bought bread or go out to buy the bread. If I can't get it delivered I do without it. I just pull a piece out of the bag and eat it as is and eat some cold cut or cheese out of the package. I don't even make an actual sandwich anymore. That would require grabbing out two slices of bread and I'm too pooped.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||03/29/2021|
Last night my two young adult grandchildren made the following: Caesar salad with sauteed chicken breast strips, Fresh greenbeans Provencal, Herb toasts. House white wine. They used my recipes for everything. Very nutritious and low cal - well, except for all the olive oil and butter on green beans. Lots of olive oil, garlic and fresh lemons used. I showed my grandson how to cut meat without harming himself and he seasoned the chicken artfully. Granddaughter did the salad. I sat and pontificated.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||03/29/2021|
this is really sweet. Glad you had some grandkids time.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||03/29/2021|
The world most expensive smoothie and a salad, overpriced but good. Damn, will want to go back.
|by Anonymous||reply 80||03/29/2021|
I made a Balboa sandwich with left over steak, sliced thin, melted Swiss cheese on garlic bread. So good but I shouldn’t have eaten the whole thing.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||03/29/2021|
Grilled boneless chicken breast wrapped in bacon with potatoes..
|by Anonymous||reply 82||03/29/2021|
A Scotch, followed by...another Scotch.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||03/29/2021|
Pancetta and leek frittata, arugula with shaved Parmesan cheese and vinaigrette, and a baked yam.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||03/29/2021|
tomorrow I am making hummus (from scratch including the tahini) with spinach, marinated artichoke hearts and feta cheese and having it with pita chips.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||03/29/2021|
I 'm craving grilled artichokes. Are they in season?
|by Anonymous||reply 86||03/29/2021|
You fat whores are lying like dead dogs. Endless posts on DL about favourite fast food, snacks, and frozen entrees, but suddenly you're all casually whipping up prosciutto risottos and elderberry-glazed sablefish or whatever the fuck?
|by Anonymous||reply 87||03/30/2021|
R87, you seem to have an unpleasant personality but you do sound like a good cook (or at least an accomplished creative writer).
|by Anonymous||reply 88||03/30/2021|
R34 is a racist, trans-hate, homophobic, "in my day" troll.
And obviously a fat one, from that recipe.
|by Anonymous||reply 89||03/30/2021|
[quote] You fat whores are lying like dead dogs. Endless posts on DL about favourite fast food, snacks, and frozen entrees, but suddenly you're all casually whipping up prosciutto risottos and elderberry-glazed sablefish or whatever the fuck?
There are two food factions on DL.
1. Babytasters who subsist on prepared foods. No fish or other seafood because that's "nasty." There's another active thread about vegetables; some posters don't like vegetables as a category.
2. "Gourmets": everything is so easy to whip up, only takes 25 steps and a fully-stocked pantry, fridge, and freezer. Even if the topic is "my arm is in a sling; help me not eat fast food"; their advice would be to truss and roast a guinea fowl.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||03/30/2021|
I took a cooked breaded pork chop out of the freezer to reheat for dinner. I have a huge russet potato washed and ready to nuke and I plan to have it with butter, salt, sour cream and chives. I plan on frozen mixed vegetables and applesauce for dessert. I grew up always having applesauce with pork.
I plan on napping around 3:30. So if I get up late I might bump that meal until tomorrow. I hate to eat past 6.
|by Anonymous||reply 91||03/30/2021|
Baked brie and tomato on hearty white bread...so bad for me, but I adore it.
|by Anonymous||reply 92||03/30/2021|
Prime sirloin strip, baked potato, broccoli, mango panna cotta.
|by Anonymous||reply 93||03/30/2021|
Braised short ribs, potatoes, tossed salad, a slice of chocolate cream pie and a glass of wine.
|by Anonymous||reply 94||03/30/2021|
I am not hungry yet. I do not know. Probably, soup and salad. Something light.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||03/30/2021|
I wan't to be RAPED by straciatelle
|by Anonymous||reply 96||03/30/2021|
I was raped by broccoli It'll be alright.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||03/30/2021|
Fried chicken (boneless-skinless), mac & cheese, green beans, microgreens salad.
Gotta cut out some of the bad shit somewhere ...
|by Anonymous||reply 98||03/30/2021|
what is you mac and cheese recipe?
|by Anonymous||reply 99||03/30/2021|
leftover pizza and several glasses of chardonnay.
|by Anonymous||reply 100||03/30/2021|
Roasted zoodles with Rao pasta sauce. Roasting them takes out the moisture. Followed by a handful of blueberries for dessert.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||03/30/2021|
Pasta. Spaghetti alla puttanesca. Easy to prepare. Great taste, if you like it salty and fishy.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||03/31/2021|
R99 My recipe is going to the grocery store and buying some in order to save my energy and sanity.
|by Anonymous||reply 103||03/31/2021|
most likely pizza and a green salad.
|by Anonymous||reply 104||03/31/2021|
Shredded wheat in low-fat milk, two slices of fresh mango.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||03/31/2021|
I don't cook nearly as much as I used to, but last night I made the effort for my husband's birthday. Two days earlier, I dropped a couple of prime-grade chuck short ribs (vacuum-packed with sprigs of rosemary) into a sous vide bath set at 131º F and cooked them for 48 hours. The technique results in a marvelously tender short rib that is still medium-rare. I topped those with a compound butter made with Gorgonzola, caramelized shallots and garlic and a couple of browned-butter seared sea scallops. The sides were simple; a baked russet potato with the fixings and grilled zucchini dressed with a balsamic glaze.
Tonight, we're having leftover chicken stew from the freezer, because I'm sure a hell not cooking again tonight.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||03/31/2021|
Chicken stuffed with brie and cranberries (buy them frozen)
and cubed sweet potatoes
|by Anonymous||reply 107||03/31/2021|
It’s good to see that people still make an effort to cook complete meals, and don’t just eat frozen pizza and cereal. I know many who think cooking is hard, but it’s like anything else in life: If you learn the basics and practice, it’s pretty easy.
|by Anonymous||reply 108||04/01/2021|
Well, tonight is gonna be a döner with fries.
Last night was better - doenjang-jjigae (with shiitake stock instead of anchovy) and a bit of kimchi. It was very satisfying.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||04/01/2021|
Low fat cottage cheese with an assortment of fresh fruit.
|by Anonymous||reply 110||04/01/2021|
Omaha Steaks is having a sale on Wagyu beef hamburgers...so tempting. Still rather pricey though.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||04/01/2021|
Cold rice noodles with grilled chicken and peanut sauce from NYT cooking, served with a bottle of Kim Crawford Sauvignon blanc. I made the same thing last week, and it was fabulous.
FOR THE DIPPING SAUCE 3 tablespoons Asian fish sauce 3 tablespoons brown sugar 6 tablespoons lime juice 1 garlic clove, finely grated 6 to 8 small Thai chiles, thinly sliced, or 1 or 2 serrano chiles FOR THE PEANUT DRESSING 2 tablespoons Asian fish sauce 2 tablespoons rice vinegar 6 tablespoons lime juice 2 tablespoons soy sauce 1 1-inch chunk ginger, peeled and sliced 4 tablespoons natural unsalted peanut butter 2 teaspoons sesame oil Pinch cayenne FOR THE CHICKEN AND RICE NOODLES 6 boneless skinless chicken thighs, about 1 1/4 pounds 4 large garlic cloves, halved 1 1-inch chunk ginger, peeled and sliced 1 4-inch length lemon grass, tender center only, thinly sliced 2 tablespoons Asian fish sauce 1 tablespoon soy sauce 1 teaspoon sesame oil 3 tablespoons brown sugar ⅛ teaspoon cayenne 8 ounces dried rice vermicelli or other rice noodles 2 small cucumbers, cut in 1/4-inch half moons 1 medium carrot, cut in thin julienne ¾ cup fresh mung bean sprouts or other sprouts Small handful basil sprigs Small handful mint sprigs Small handful cilantro sprigs 4 tablespoons slivered scallions ¼ cup crushed or chopped roasted peanuts Lime wedges
|by Anonymous||reply 112||04/01/2021|
Had a huge restaurant cheeseburger deluxe delivered. Got extra slaw in place of lettuce and tomato. I didn't want anything healthy to invade my feast. I was going to have some ice cream afterward but not only was too full but wanted my heart to make it till morning.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||04/01/2021|
Golden beet salad w/ blue cheese crumbles, bacon bits, mango chunks, craisins, and vinaigrette.
Haagen-Daz coconut pineapple ice cream.
|by Anonymous||reply 114||04/01/2021|
Frozen batter dipped cod fillets and frozen coconut shrimp and frozen fries are in the oven as I type. I will though have homemade coleslaw with it.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||04/02/2021|
R114, I wish I could trade dinners with you. Especially, the pineapple ice cream.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||04/02/2021|
Thin-cut breaded pork chops, baked. Apple sauce. Macaroni and cheese. Candied carrots.
Roy's Molten Lave Cake and homemade vanilla ice cream.
Now pedaling as I type.
|by Anonymous||reply 117||04/02/2021|
bump this thread
Because I'm hungry
|by Anonymous||reply 118||04/03/2021|
Chicken Biryani, will follow it up with Cold Stone Coffee ice cream
|by Anonymous||reply 119||04/03/2021|
Chicken Cordon Bleu, roasted red potatoes, green beans.
|by Anonymous||reply 120||04/03/2021|
Maple glazed salmon with bacon, steamed broccoli, roasted white sweet potatoes with lemon and brown sugar. Vanilla gelato for dessert. An hour on the treadmill for the latter tomorrow.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||04/03/2021|
I just remember that I brought a chicken, so that. Probably will served with mashed potatoes.
|by Anonymous||reply 122||04/03/2021|
I'm about to eat Beef Stroganoff once the egg noodles are cooked. I added some pickled walnuts to the beef this time, inspired by Clarisa Dickson Wright (one of the Two Fat Ladies) who included them in some meat dish.
|by Anonymous||reply 123||04/03/2021|
roasted chicken with mashed potatoes. 15 more minutes and we are done.
|by Anonymous||reply 124||04/03/2021|
R123, where did you find pickled walnuts? I don't eat meat but might like to try them in a roasted vegetable dish.
|by Anonymous||reply 125||04/03/2021|
Well? What the hell did you guys have for Easter? Even if you don't celebrate Easter, what the hell did you have?
|by Anonymous||reply 126||04/04/2021|
Today has been an uneventful food day for me. I'm meeting up with family tomorrow evening for our Easter dinner. My dad is making manicotti and a salad.
Last night I made a sort of Cajun Alfredo with shrimp and vegetables.
You need to start boiling the water for the pasta first, then start the sauce.
Sauce is olive oil, butter, heavy cream, but I use half and half (not because of calories, but because I'm a cheap bitch and tend to have better results anyway).. parmesan cheese, garlic, red pepper flakes, and a white pepper based Cajun seasoning.
Then add sliced zucchini and yellow squash to the sauce a little after you've brought the pasta to a boil. Other vegetables work well. Just do whatever you want to do here.
After the pasta is done, add to sauce. Then add raw shrimp, keep working it in as the vegetables cook. Once you can tell the shrimp is done, you're good. Add some lemon if you want, I prefer it, but not necessary.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||04/04/2021|
Ham!! This Fat Whore Jew loves his Easter ham. I was invited to the neighbors and they had the full Easter spread, the centerpiece of which was a delicious slow cured Virginia ham. Eat your hearts out bitches!
|by Anonymous||reply 128||04/04/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 129||04/04/2021|
Steak cooked out on the grill; horseradish sauce; Yukon gold potatoes, boiled, roughed-up, and then roasted until they get a crispy edge; asparagus; and a mixed green salad
|by Anonymous||reply 130||04/04/2021|
I rarely eat pork, but if someone offered me a plate of top-notch ham and deviled eggs, maybe some sort of stuffed celery, I'd be all over it. Those foods really can be fantastic at times.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||04/04/2021|
Jenny Craig spaghetti with meatballs
|by Anonymous||reply 132||04/04/2021|
Lollipop lamb chops with mint sauce, rice pilaf, green beans.
Meyer lemon cake with lemon icing.
|by Anonymous||reply 133||04/04/2021|
R125, I ordered Opies Pickled Walnuts (imported from England) on Amazon, but it appears they're even available on the Walmart website. The Beef Stroganoff I made with them turned out very rich.
|by Anonymous||reply 134||04/04/2021|
Good grief, R134, that's one obscure ingredient. Which company do I hate more: Amazon or Walmart? Walmart's product costs a few dollars more than Amazon's and both are more than I want to spend -- maybe I'll just wait until someone I know is travelling to England and ask him/her to bring me a jar. They do look good, though.
|by Anonymous||reply 135||04/04/2021|
Rib lamb chops, baked potato, butter, sour cream, chives, steak sauce.
Breakfast was way better...a mini banana split and pretzels. I really need to stop keeping B&J ice cream. I just can't resist.
|by Anonymous||reply 136||04/04/2021|
Lazy day, I seared a pork tenderloin that I seasoned and doused with worcestershire sauce, popped in the oven, microwaved peas and seasoned with salt and butter, on my second glass of Pinot Grigio
|by Anonymous||reply 137||04/04/2021|
Roasted chicken with all the fab sides I decide to make. I am not really hungry though.
|by Anonymous||reply 138||04/04/2021|
Hopefully, he is sexy. And the show is a good. When does it come out?
|by Anonymous||reply 139||04/04/2021|
I overcooked my prime rib on Easter, ruining a $60 piece of meat. I’m getting takeout Mexican tonight. I’m craving tacos.
|by Anonymous||reply 140||04/05/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 141||04/05/2021|
Hot dogs grilled out, homemade potato salad and homemade baked beans - and some cheap red wine to wash it down...
|by Anonymous||reply 142||04/05/2021|
I made a turkey and roasted root vegetables pot pie
|by Anonymous||reply 143||04/05/2021|
Today is taco Tuesday! tonight is Carne Asada tacos! Also some beans on the side. i’ve made this recipe before and it’s very good.
|by Anonymous||reply 144||Last Tuesday at 10:03 AM|
A bowl of Kashi cereal. And because I'm special, I'll slice a banana for it. Yay, me!
|by Anonymous||reply 145||Last Tuesday at 11:02 AM|
R145: that's so healthy it makes me sick!
|by Anonymous||reply 146||Last Tuesday at 5:43 PM|
Chicken tenders with peppers and onions in a soy ginger sauce, served over rice.
|by Anonymous||reply 147||Last Tuesday at 6:09 PM|
Tuna salad on rye with a bowl of granola on the side as sort of a dessert. It was really a late lunch and late enough that it screwed up my wanting dinner.
|by Anonymous||reply 148||Last Tuesday at 6:19 PM|
Stuffed tofu and rice.
|by Anonymous||reply 149||Last Tuesday at 6:23 PM|
I'm going to try making a Spaghettio Ring for the first time, with Vienna Sausages (instead of whatever they used).
|by Anonymous||reply 150||Last Tuesday at 7:12 PM|
Just some Total cereal with whole milk and sliced fresh strawberries. Still stuffed from Sunday.
|by Anonymous||reply 151||Last Tuesday at 7:58 PM|
I made Chilean sea bass last night for dinner, and it was absolutely amazing. It tasted just like the sea bass at Mastros steakhouse, which is my favorite dish.
|by Anonymous||reply 152||Last Wednesday at 7:34 AM|
R152 how did you prepare the Seabass? I love new fish ideas.
Tonight I am grilling lamb rib chops topped with fresh rosemary and garlic, mashed potatoes, and roasted broccoli.
|by Anonymous||reply 153||Last Wednesday at 12:38 PM|
Tricolor quinoa (cooled) with chicken breast cooked in white wine sauce, with roasted root vegetables, chick peas and feta cheese. A little bit of basalmic dressing.
|by Anonymous||reply 154||Last Wednesday at 12:41 PM|
R153, I used this recipe. It was so simple and came together quickly. I’m going to try it with halibut next (I’m concerned about the mercury levels in sea bass).
|by Anonymous||reply 155||Last Wednesday at 1:02 PM|
Chicken and roasted pepper quesadillas and arugula salad.
|by Anonymous||reply 156||Last Wednesday at 4:05 PM|
Fishstick sandwich on Wonder bread. a slice of American cheese...tacky, I know.
|by Anonymous||reply 157||Last Wednesday at 5:05 PM|
tacky? maybe. Delicious sounding? Bet your ass r157
|by Anonymous||reply 158||Last Wednesday at 5:10 PM|
Oh yes, r158...with a mixture of catsup, mayo and relish as a sauce. Gross and delish.
|by Anonymous||reply 159||Last Wednesday at 5:12 PM|
mmmmm. needed a side of tater tots. maybe tater tots with a slice of American cheese broiled on top.
|by Anonymous||reply 160||Last Wednesday at 5:14 PM|
R157: that meal makes me HARD! Yes - I'm heading toward being a fatty. Since hubby cooks EVERY night, we're having Vietnamese takeout: Singapore noodles with chicken , garlic green beans with chicken and rice. YUM!
|by Anonymous||reply 161||Last Wednesday at 5:48 PM|
Ooooh, I love Singapore noodles R161. That and shrimp spring rolls. I never use soy sauce, but the brown sauce they use for dumplings. I have no first-rate Asian restaurants near me, I'm afraid.
|by Anonymous||reply 162||Last Wednesday at 5:56 PM|
Picadillo with tortillas. I made the Picadillo with lentils rather than ground beef.
|by Anonymous||reply 163||Last Wednesday at 5:56 PM|
My husband is making breakfast burritos: flour tortillas toasted directly in the gas stovetop, eggs, bacon, cheese, tater tots for the potatoes, and Sadie's Roasted Green Chile Salsa. Just divine.
|by Anonymous||reply 164||Last Thursday at 1:52 PM|
I just ordered some pizza.
|by Anonymous||reply 165||Last Thursday at 1:55 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 166||Last Thursday at 1:57 PM|
Baked haddock in cheddar cheese sauce, rice pilaf, green beans, roasted carrots.
|by Anonymous||reply 167||Last Thursday at 4:36 PM|
Swedish Meatballs on egg noodles, vanilla ice cream with caramel sauce and mini pretzels on the side.
|by Anonymous||reply 168||Last Thursday at 5:06 PM|
R167's baked haddock reminds me that I saw frozen cod loins on sale at Grocery Outlet yesterday. How do fish have loins? Even if they were mermaids, which cod are not?
|by Anonymous||reply 169||Last Thursday at 5:41 PM|
Tiny beef fillet, roasted carrots, broccoli, asparagus.
|by Anonymous||reply 170||Last Thursday at 6:10 PM|
Rare duck breast with a Curaçao, mustard, and caper deglaze; salad; purchased fries and a light red wine
|by Anonymous||reply 171||Last Thursday at 6:59 PM|
R169 the loin is the name of the cut, it’s a thick piece that’s been deboned. I made a baked cod loin for Easter and it was delicious.
I had a BLT on sourdough but the tomato was mealy and flavorless.
|by Anonymous||reply 172||Last Friday at 6:21 PM|
Italian sweet sausage skewers with cherry tomatoes, onions and red and green peppers over rice. It looks like the flag of Italy on a stick.
Lemon ricotta pound cake with fresh pineapple and strawberries.
|by Anonymous||reply 173||Last Friday at 6:27 PM|
R172, good tomatoes are getting hard to find. Supermarket varieties have become quite bland and I don't know why. I have been getting organic ones, preferably beefsteak or heirloom ones. Is it because of the pesticides and such, maybe?
|by Anonymous||reply 174||Last Friday at 7:26 PM|
I think it's because they ship them, green/unripe and force them to 'ripe' with... nitrogen? when they get where they need to be
|by Anonymous||reply 175||Last Friday at 7:32 PM|
Yeah--the only way to get good tomatoes is to buy them in season from a farmstand or farmers market. Even hothouse tomatoes, which seem to be making an unexpected comeback, grown fresh are usually pretty flavorless, If you live some place where they don't grow, you're out of luck.
|by Anonymous||reply 176||Last Saturday at 3:25 AM|
All of this tomato talk has me excited for summer. There is nothing better than a perfect heirloom tomato. A ripe juicy peach is a close second.
|by Anonymous||reply 177||Last Saturday at 2:49 PM|
Seafood Delight from my local Chinese takeout. Lobster, Scallops, Crab & Shrimp, with various mixed vegetables including snow peas, carrots, cabbage. I only at a scant amount of the rice that was included with it.
|by Anonymous||reply 178||Last Saturday at 3:35 PM|
Spaghetti and meatballs. Sauce was Rao's; meatballs were homemade. I generally make my own marinara, but Costco had a great deal on Rao's. It actually lives up the hype.
|by Anonymous||reply 179||Last Saturday at 4:29 PM|
up *to* the hype. (Too much vino with dinner.)
|by Anonymous||reply 180||Last Saturday at 4:33 PM|
I am so sick of food.
|by Anonymous||reply 181||Last Saturday at 4:41 PM|
Chicken parm, candied sweet potatoes, a fistful of cheese puffs and two graham crackers. Is it me or did graham crackers always taste like cardboard?
|by Anonymous||reply 182||Last Saturday at 4:47 PM|
Trader Joe's frozen Honey-Walnut Shrimp and rice.
|by Anonymous||reply 183||Last Saturday at 5:08 PM|
Thin-cut pork chops with apple sauce, broccoli, macaroni and cheese.
|by Anonymous||reply 184||Last Saturday at 6:01 PM|
Popcorn, that's it' I'm on a budget.
|by Anonymous||reply 185||Last Saturday at 8:38 PM|
Tuna on hearty toasted white bread with bacon and tomatoes. Finally mastered the perfect tuna. Followed a recipe from Pinterest. Drain the tuna almost dry. Nuke the chopped onions in a little olive oil; mix it with chopped eggs, relish, Dijon mustard and a generous amount of mayonnaise. This is the best tuna salad that I’ve ever had that wasn’t from the delicatessen.
|by Anonymous||reply 186||Last Saturday at 8:56 PM|
I am between grocery runs so I had a 3 egg omelet with cheddar cheese and toast with butter.
|by Anonymous||reply 187||Last Saturday at 10:37 PM|
(166) that is my exact recipe and I have been doing it for years - always use albacore.
|by Anonymous||reply 188||Last Saturday at 10:39 PM|
Honestly I'll save this thread anytime I'm hungry just to read the disgusting things posted to turn me off food in here. I think only 10 posters wrote anything worth eating. Props to the grilled chicken Ina on lettuce and the guy who baked a whole fish. The cheese sauce troll needs to die. Seriously cheese sauce on everything. STOP IT.
|by Anonymous||reply 189||Yesterday at 12:34 AM|
Pasta e Fagioli---pasta, beans, tomatoes, some herbs, some dried pepper. Easy, spicy, delicious and mostly stuff I already had.
|by Anonymous||reply 190||Yesterday at 3:48 AM|
Yogurt, fresh strawberries & grapes, slice of pepper jack cheese and two Ritz crackers covered by chicken salad.
I'm a light eater.
|by Anonymous||reply 191||Yesterday at 4:40 AM|
I made orange chicken for dinner last night. Got the recipe from Preppy Kitchen. The result was delicious.
|by Anonymous||reply 192||Yesterday at 4:44 AM|
oh, you have to post this [r92]
|by Anonymous||reply 193||Yesterday at 4:47 AM|
i wan this orange chicken receipe
|by Anonymous||reply 194||Yesterday at 5:06 AM|
Preppy Kitchen Orange Chicken
|by Anonymous||reply 195||a day ago|
I stopped by the fish market this morning and picked up some beautiful 2 pound whole sardines. I'm going to debone and fillet them, spread them with my tomato provencal recipe, then roll them up and bake for a perfect lunch.
|by Anonymous||reply 196||a day ago|
This orange beef recipe is the best that I’ve ever made. It’s truly restaurant quality. It’s from NYT Cooking, so I’ll have to copy and paste.
INGREDIENTS FOR THE SAUCE: 1 tablespoon neutral oil 1 1 1/2-inch piece fresh ginger, peeled and minced 1 jalapeño pepper, seeded and minced 2 tablespoons orange zest, plus the juice of one orange 3 garlic cloves, peeled and minced ¼ cup light brown sugar ¼ cup rice vinegar (do not use seasoned rice vinegar) ¼ cup soy sauce 1 tablespoon fish sauce FOR THE BEEF: 1 large egg white 1 tablespoon cornstarch 1 pinch kosher salt 1 boneless rib-eye steak, approximately 1 to 1 1/2 pounds, cut into 1-inch pieces ¼ cup neutral oil 6 scallions, white and green parts cut into inchlong pieces and separated 2 to 4 dried red chiles, or to taste
PREPARATION Make the sauce: Heat oil in a small sauce pan set over medium-high heat. When it begins to shimmer, add ginger, jalapeño and orange zest and stir to combine. Sauté mixture until ingredients soften, approximately 2 to 3 minutes, then add garlic and continue cooking until it softens, approximately 1 to 2 minutes longer. Add orange juice, brown sugar, rice vinegar, soy sauce and fish sauce to pan and stir to combine. Allow mixture to come to a boil, then lower the heat and cook, stirring occasionally, until it thickens and reduces by half, approximately 10 to 15 minutes. Meanwhile, prepare the meat: Combine egg white, cornstarch and salt in a bowl. Add steak, tossing to coat the meat with the batter. In a large skillet or wok set over high heat, heat oil until it shimmers and is about to smoke. Add beef to the pan or wok in a single layer and cook without stirring until the bottoms of the pieces are crisp and golden, approximately 60 to 90 seconds. Add white pieces of scallion and chiles to the pan, then turn the beef pieces over and cook the other sides, stirring occasionally, about 3 minutes more for medium-rare. Transfer to a platter. Pour orange sauce into the hot pan or wok, let it boil and stir it as it thickens. Add meat and white scallions and stir to coat with the sauce. Return meat and sauce to the platter and scatter green scallions over the top. Serve with steamed broccoli and white rice.
|by Anonymous||reply 197||a day ago|