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No, really, what are you getting for lunch today?

Little time for me today, so I'll just have to take a quick trip to the closest Burger King.

Shadow Lodge

TV dinner today, as it is usually. Though I had pizza on Monday and Tuesday, and am thinking I will spring for SubWay tomorrow since it's rather cheap and located right across the street.


Ritz Crackers and cheese

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

OK, now I feel disgustingly healthy. Raw broccoli and carrots with a little hummus, an apple, some crackers, and plain lowfat yogurt with oats, raisins, dried cherries, and chia seeds. But then, I work a few miles from the nearest decent restaurant, and prepackaged food generally has way too much sodium for me--the joys of high blood pressure, 2000 mg sodium allowed per day.

Grand Lodge

I had raw tomatoes with a noodle salad. I am trying to lose weight. I am getting pudgy in all the wrong places. For breakfast I had 3 cups of coffee.

I am Cornholio!!
I need Crappacino for my bunghole!!!
he he he heee heheheh

Silver Crusade

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The other half of my egg salad sandwich from Tuesday. I hope it wasn't spoiled.


Panko Breaded Chicken over spaghetti


Last few slices of bread with some cheap pate.

Qadira

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Maps, Modules, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber

Pork chop, dauphinois potatoes and broccoli, courtesy of the chef at work.


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Pizza Hut's Dinner Box with Cheese Breadsticks.

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Double-decker plain-bologna sandwich:

Bread
2 slices of bologna
Bread
2 slices of bologna
Bread

At least it was Light Bologna...


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Alfredo-flavored couscous with homemade alfredo flavoring:

cream = couscous = water used to cook couscous (this is important or you get soup or sand)
As much parmesean as cream
Salt & Pepper & Parsley flakes to taste
About a teaspoon of margarine
About a sixteenth of a teaspoon of nutmeg and the same of garlic powder

Today I used a third of a cup, but the recipe scales easily. 1/3 cup is enough for one meal for me. Half a cup is two. A full cup is something most people would definitely need help to eat, as once cooked the alfredo does not age well.

Preparation: steam the couscous. When steamed pretty much dry, leave the couscous in the pan and dump the alfredo ingredients in. Stir. It's not really alfredo sauce, but it tastes pretty close to how it would if cooked separately.

Qadira

3 bean chili

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber

One-bean chili. I was a little low on beans yesterday.


Supreme french bread pizza and Texas toast!


Today: nothing until supper on evening. Maybe I will be able to buy some bread in afternoon and eat a sandwich or two.


Today I have time to lunch at home, so before leaving for the office I left all the ingredients ready to make me some gorgonzola rissotto with porkchops marinated in orange sauce with oregano and olive oil.


Probably a shrimp patty.


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Klaus van der Kroft wrote:
Today I have time to lunch at home, so before leaving for the office I left all the ingredients ready to make me some gorgonzola rissotto with porkchops marinated in orange sauce with oregano and olive oil.

Hate you.

Also, I am in your kitchen, eating your food!


Drejk wrote:
Klaus van der Kroft wrote:
Today I have time to lunch at home, so before leaving for the office I left all the ingredients ready to make me some gorgonzola rissotto with porkchops marinated in orange sauce with oregano and olive oil.

Hate you.

Also, I am in your kitchen, eating your food!

Hey, I left enough ingrediens for an extra three or four people (in case my brother or some friends drop by). If you can make it to La Dehesa in Santiago, Chile by 2pm local (GMT -4), I'd be happy to have a guest!

Plus one of my player's for tomorrow's Pathfinder game is out of the country, so we have an open spot if you stick around.


Klaus van der Kroft wrote:

Hey, I left enough ingrediens for an extra three or four people (in case my brother or some friends drop by). If you can make it to La Dehesa in Santiago, Chile by 2pm local (GMT -4), I'd be happy to have a guest!

Plus one of my player's for tomorrow's Pathfinder game is out of the country, so we have an open spot if you stick around.

Regretfully I barely float on water, so swimming through Atlantic is rather out of question. Also, I doubt I would manage to return home in time for my Pathfinder session on Sunday :(


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Drejk wrote:

Regretfully I barely float on water, so swimming through Atlantic is rather out of question. Also, I doubt I would manage to return home in time for my Pathfinder session on Sunday :(

I blame scientists; it is 2012 already and still no teleporters. Seriously?

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Dogbladewarrior wrote:
Supreme french bread pizza and Texas toast!

Jealous!


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Klaus van der Kroft wrote:
Drejk wrote:

Regretfully I barely float on water, so swimming through Atlantic is rather out of question. Also, I doubt I would manage to return home in time for my Pathfinder session on Sunday :(

I blame scientists; it is 2012 already and still no teleporters. Seriously?

Nah, teleporters were expected on late XXIII century so no wonder they are not here, yet. But my flying car should be able to get me to you in the remaining 3 hours. So where is my rocket car?!


Jiggy wrote:
Dogbladewarrior wrote:
Supreme french bread pizza and Texas toast!
Jealous!

Oh yeah, it was good too.

Silver Crusade

Klaus, I envy your kitchen-related free time. That sounds omnomnomish.

Today it will probably be McDonald's cheeseburgers. Like three of them and a large diet Coke. Or maybe just a double cheeseburger. I so wish we had a Wendy's nearby.

Like other posters, I shouldn't due to the HBP issue but with my time management lately...yeah. No-go on the kitchen front. Next week, though, for sure--I will bring breakfasts and lunches from home again. And for supper tonight? Probably LIQUID GOLD! With broccoli and browned butter. :)

Osirion

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Grilled seasons vegetables (tomatoe, sweet pepper, zucchini) filled with ground meat (spicy with a hint of cinnamon) served with a mint/yoghurt/lemon dip and a salad of lettuce, cherry tomatoes, feta cheese and grapefruit slices with a light dressing.

Shadow Lodge

I have a free meal on my Qdoba card, looks like chicken burrito for lunch it is =)


Drejk wrote:
Klaus van der Kroft wrote:
Drejk wrote:

Regretfully I barely float on water, so swimming through Atlantic is rather out of question. Also, I doubt I would manage to return home in time for my Pathfinder session on Sunday :(

I blame scientists; it is 2012 already and still no teleporters. Seriously?
Nah, teleporters were expected on late XXIII century so no wonder they are not here, yet. But my flying car should be able to get me to you in the remaining 3 hours. So where is my rocket car?!

I tell you, the Bilderberg Club is behind all this, kidnapping the guys who should have already invented hover-skates and rocket cars. I mean, McFly will be here in less than three years, and we're still using things with wheels to move around. The nerve!

Nymian Harthing wrote:
And for supper tonight? Probably LIQUID GOLD! With broccoli and browned butter. :)

Sounds expensive, and likely fatal! A proper Friday dinner, indeed!


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Homemade Venison Quesadilla (from the deer Dad shot last fall)

The power outage made us have to cook all the meat that thawed out in our freezer (about 8 pounds), so I cut it all into thin strips and mixed it with taco seasoning. It's been feeding me for the last several days.

Silver Crusade

Leftover pizza. My lunches are boring.


Nepherti wrote:
Homemade Venison Quesadilla (from the deer Dad shot last fall)

I never ate deer :(

From wild food I only ate boar sausage (fat but tasty) and some half-wild roasted pheasant (very dried and tasty).


Like most game meats, it has to be cooked properly. Deer has a tendency to dry out and be tough (it's very very lean), and the slower you cook it, the more tender it becomes. I tend to either use deerburger in skillet meals, or I make roasts.

Bison, incidentally, cooks up drier than venison. In order to make a Bison Burger stick together, you have to put some sort of oil or an egg white with it.


When I have meat (which is very very rarely nowdays) I usually cut it into small pieces and fry and sometimes braise thereafter with veggetables or fruits. I wonder if deer or bison could be prepared that way.


I had a chipolte burrito for lunch today, it was great.

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber

Yummy-yummy air today. Food is a crutch.

Silver Crusade

Food may be a crutch, water is overrated, and I have too much blood in my caffeine system. ;)


Nymian Harthing wrote:
Food may be a crutch, water is overrated, and I have too much blood in my caffeine system. ;)

Also sleep is for the weak.

Ok, I admit. I am weak at the moment. Against spent over half of night by my computer. At least I managed to write down short article about nomadic culture for my campaign.

Shadow Lodge

Papa John's Pizza. Pepperoni, Canadian Bacon, Sausage, Black Olives, and Mushrooms. Got a special order today and now my next pizza from them is free =)


Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Coconut crab cake on a house salad with reduced vinegarette rasberry dressing and fresh fruit(blueberries, strawberries, watermelon, cantelope).
Cup of fruit gespachio
Peppermint tea.

The cafe was buisier than normal so I didn't have time for gelato.


Bacon. Meal of champions.


Frozen pizza, skipped the beer today though.


Nepherti wrote:

Homemade Venison Quesadilla (from the deer Dad shot last fall)

The power outage made us have to cook all the meat that thawed out in our freezer (about 8 pounds), so I cut it all into thin strips and mixed it with taco seasoning. It's been feeding me for the last several days.

You don't happen to live in Central Arkansas, do you? We were out of power last week in the middle of a record heat wave.


DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Nepherti wrote:

Homemade Venison Quesadilla (from the deer Dad shot last fall)

The power outage made us have to cook all the meat that thawed out in our freezer (about 8 pounds), so I cut it all into thin strips and mixed it with taco seasoning. It's been feeding me for the last several days.

You don't happen to live in Central Arkansas, do you? We were out of power last week in the middle of a record heat wave.

West Virginia actually. Whole state went off the grid on June 29 from a big storm. There's people who still haven't gotten power back. my grandma lost her whole deepfreeze of beef.


Supper not lunch, but neverthlesly: fried chicken livers and boiled juvenile potatoes (judging from size actually young adult potatoes).


Nepherti wrote:
West Virginia actually. Whole state went off the grid on June 29 from a big storm. There's people who still haven't gotten power back. my grandma lost her whole deepfreeze of beef.

That's terrible. A year ago our little town was hit by a tornado, and it same thing happened to a lot of folks.


It's okay, most people around here (at least it's true for most rural places I've visited) know how to weather power outages since it happens frequently (albeit not for this length in decades). Half of us country folk have generators.

Today for Lunch: Cheese Tortellini!


Italian food for me today at my local favourite pasta restaurant. More specifically crude ham and ricotta cannoli in gorgonzola and shrimp sauce.

For the past 9 years, some friends and myelf have been gathering once per month to eat as part of our "Eating Club". Today is our 97th meeting. Though we regularly vary the places we go, we have a handful of restaurants we go the most, where they don't even hand us menus anymore; they already know what we're having.


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Italian food for me today at my local favourite pasta restaurant. More specifically crude ham and ricotta cannoli in gorgonzola and shrimp sauce.

For the past 9 years, some friends and myself have been gathering once per month to eat as part of our "Eating Club". Today is our 97th meeting.

Osirion

Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Maps, Modules, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber

Puff Pastry filled with a stew from turkey meat, goat cheese and cottage cheese, with a ratatouille from tomatoes, zucchini, sweet pepper and onions.

Tomorrow will se a hotpot from scallions, carrots, sweet potatoes, peas, turnip greens and ground pork, served with fresh Ciabatta and herb butter.

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