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What's for lunch?

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Liberty's Edge

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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Klaus van der Kroft wrote:
My dad ended up calling it "Pollo a la Playa" ("Beached Chicken"), a playword on "Pollo a la Plancha" ("Grilled Chicken").
Now I want to see Gonzo as the lead in Pollo a la Mancha.

What is with all these foreign films?! Why can't you people just speak in normal AMERICAN?!?

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Yer just mad ya can't pronounce our rolling Rs. I had an uncle from New Hampshire who never managed to really get a hang of Castilian, and we tortured him with two typical tongue twisters:

"Erre con erre cigarro,
Erre con erre barril,
Rapido corren los carros,
Detras de aquel ferrocarril"

And my favourite:

"El arzobispo de Constantinopla se quiere desarzobispoconstantinopolitanizar y el arzobispo que lo desarzobispoconstantinopolitanice buen desarzobispoconstantinopolitanizador será"

Liberty's Edge


I just gorged myself on bread, sausage and apples. Yum-yum.
So fish that was to be eaten for today's dinner remains in the freezer for tomorrow.

Country-fried steak sandwich, boiled peanuts, and diet cola.

Silver Crusade

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French toast.

(It was more of a second breakfast.)

And fish avoids being eaten again. I got cheap cauliflower and have to eat remaining carrots before they spoil so I am having califlower, carrot and potatoes.

Today the remaining pieces of fish will be eaten no matter what! They are thawing at the moment after being removed from the freezer so there is no turning back.

Scarab Sages

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Roast pork with mushroom sauce, potatoes, brussels sprouts.

Silver Crusade

Sounds delicious, feytharn!

Fish is on the pan now.

Tomorrow I'll experiment with frying minced meat with peas, mushrooms and onions.

Silver Crusade

I want to come to Drejk's house for fish.

Ah it's nothing special. I bought it cheap because it was very deeply frozen. I thawed it and threw onto already hot pan with onions added random spice (really, I have no idea what those two things were because jars weren't labeled and I can't identify the smell) and left it for a few minutes. Served with potatoes. Tastes good but not amazing.

Also I use the beast seasoning there is for any dish: my own hunger.

Waiting for sushi to arrive while watching the third season of Battlestar Galactica on Netflix.

An empty hot dog bun and three Lortabs for headache pain.

Wouldn't it be easier to just chug them down with water?

That fish could have used an apple in addition to onions... I ate last apple I had for breakfast, however.

Could have used or could have use?

Scarab Sages

Celestial Healer wrote:
Sounds delicious, feytharn!

It was quite good, though the pork literally fell apart during the roasting - the meat was tender and tasted good, so I just cut it into smaller pieces and drowned it in the sauce.

Tomorrow: Sweet pepper filled with ground meat and feta cheese, spicy tomato sauce and rice.

Shadow Lodge

Drejk wrote:

That fish could have used an apple in addition to onions... I ate last apple I had for breakfast, however.

** spoiler omitted **

You got it right.

Silver Crusade

I had some albacore tuna salad, deli ham, olives, and crackers. For some reason the tuna hit the spot.

Today experiment: minced meat fried with mushrooms, canned pea and onions. All served with noodles. Nothing fancy but tasty and filling.

Sooo filling... *yum-yum*

A double episode of instant noodles with more cowbell.

Falukorv and macaronis. It's like I'm back at uni, but without the crippling depression.

Silver Crusade

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I'm going to call that a Swedish hot dog.

No experiments today: minced meat fried with peas served with noodles. And this time I have no choice but to make it so it will last for four days because I am out of cash at least until monday. Probably longer.

Liberty's Edge

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My university lunch today consisted of a snickerdoodle.

You drew a snickers bar on a piece of paper and ate that?

Liberty's Edge

No, it was a stick figure sniggering.

Shadow Lodge

Sausage and eggs.

A torta the size of my head.

Getting Chinese food today. Will need to eat at the office, though.

Deviled ham sandwich and Fuji apple

Two apples, pączek, a few sandwiches with pate and a pot of tea.

Four very cheap pączki and tea.

The Exchange

One bowl of chicken-flavored Top Ramen, generously topped with sliced turkey breast and green onions, black grapes, and coffee.

And for dinner pea soup with potatoes and some slices of bread.

Leftover vegetable beef soup and homemade bread.

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Today's lunch was leftover homemade chili con carne, a slice of homemade cornbread, and two apples.

Also getting leftovers from yesterday: Mashed potatoes, vienna sausage, and grilled asparragus.

Scarab Sages

Savoy, bratwurst, baked potatoes and quark with herbs.

14:30. Time for breakfast.

Sandwiches with cheap mortadela and apple and a cup (or two) of yesterday's pea soup.

Stew of peas, carrot, minced meat and bit of onion served with potatoes. Yummy and filling.

Lantern Lodge

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Baked sweet potato. They were on sale, so I got about 6 pounds of them. Looking up more sweet potato recipes before they start to sprout.

Sovereign Court

You can make curry out of sweet potato - I think the indian equivalent is called a 'suran'.

In New Zealand we call sweet potato Kumara. If you peel them and roast them whole, the next day cut them into 1 cm (1/2 in) slices and pan-fry them, serve with sour cream, my fav. Whenever i do a roast, i add extra kumara just for lunch the next day, usually with bacon, eggs, and tomatos.

Scarab Sages

You can use them in stews and hotpots just as if you would use carrots.

Delicious delicious rodent meat. It tasted surprisingly good for something that looks like a huge-ass hamster.

Liberty's Edge RPG Superstar 2015 Top 16, RPG Superstar 2013 Top 16

Chicken pad thai.

Buns with schmaltz.

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