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Crepes with sweet cream cheese filling.


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Very late (3:45PM) brunch:

(Instant) shrimp pad thai (meh, it was fuel)
1/2 large banana
Glass of sweetened tea

I need to send you some REAL BROOKLYN PIZZA


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Freehold DM wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Very late (3:45PM) brunch:

(Instant) shrimp pad thai (meh, it was fuel)
1/2 large banana
Glass of sweetened tea

I need to send you some REAL BROOKLYN PIZZA

I actually make a pretty good pizza myself. Nice airy/bubbly, chewy inside, lightly crunchy Neapolitian-style crust with a little char -- the flavor secret is letting the dough ferment in the fridge for at least 24 hours. I've used mineral water before, but it doesn't seem to have any noticeable taste difference over my filtered water.

Blast bake the raw nekkid crust off in the oven a few minutes, pull it back out, add 2/3 of the mozzarella directly on the crust, then top with homemade sauce (ripest Roma tomatoes and any heirloom tomatoes I can get, good pinch of red pepper flakes, dried oregano, chopped fresh basil, and olive oil). Add on the rest of the mozzarella, some freshly grated good parm (not the pre-grated substance in the shaker), any other toppings, a very light drizzle of olive oil, then back in the oven until done. Cheese directly on the crust keeps the sauce from sogging the crust, and it bubbles up through the sauce.

I'd eat pizza much more often, but it takes time and work especially with my bread machine on the fritz. I only baked bread in it once, but it did an awesome job kneading the pizza dough.


Lunch:

Deviled ham sandwich (honey wheat bread)
Cup of cottage cheese
Small bowl of fruit (grapes, strawberries, sliced apples)
Small glass of sweetened tea


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I went to a fast food/restaurant cross-over that sells food by weight. You pick what you want at the counter and pay for it all.

I picked some fried fish, some fish in veggies, some pork meat in veggies, some grilled pork, some noodles, two or three kinds of veggies, and a single roll of sushi.


Shrimp yakisoba noodles (meh, was only 50¢)
A banana
Sweetened tea


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Coffee!!!

Makes plans to harvest pumpkins and possibly do a Supermanesque fly around the globe to reverse time thingy, ends up sorting half the laundry and crashing on the couch watching the Masterchef semifinals.


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Alaska pollock backed in an oven.


Yay, went grocery shopping this morning!

Lunch:
Semi-fancy steak & cheese burrito (pretty good, but why is there corn in here? Surprise corn = Boo!)
Small bowl of mixed melon chunks
Pot of black cherry French yogurt
Small glass of fruit punch


A few pieces of Hawaiian pizza and some pizza with grilled chicken.


Lunch: Banana

Now (almost 2PM): Hunk of garlic & chive goat cheese, handful of wheat thin crackers


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Lunch was a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, a handful of chips and water.


Pieces of apple, cheddar, and some sausage. Earlier the same with Schwarzwald ham instead of sausage...


Lunch:
1/2 microwaveable pita cheeseburger
1/2 microwaveable pita chicken & cheese
Pot of "brownie batter"-flavored German quark

Quark itself would have been fine if not for the chemical-tasting artificial "brownie batter" flavoring.

(Possible side effect of artificial flavoring is a compulsion for saying "Quark" repeatedly in a very terrible Odo impression.)


A sort of salad made of chicken kebab meat bought from Lidl, with a mix of lettuces and similar veggies (also bought in Lidl), and sauce made from mayo, yogurt, and cream, with some powdered garlic added in.


No lunch today, was blackout ultra-napping

(Dinner was a slow-roasted chicken & au jus, cornbread stuffing, beaked potato, and green beans)


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Ham and provolone sandwich, some Doritos and a piece of leftover cheese pizza from Pizza Hut last night.


About 2 cups of creamy "Mediterranean"* chicken pasta salad
5 oz pot of mixed berry yogurt
Large glass of piña-pineapple kool-aid

Mediterranean pasta salad:
Box of creamy Italian pasta salad kit (example), prepared according to instructions

Add to it:
roughly half a rotisserie or roasted chicken, meat picked clean from bones, roughly chopped
⅔ cup/175 ml (jarred) roasted red pepper, chopped/diced
⅔ cup/175 ml fresh tomato, chopped
½ cup/125 ml extra of a good mayonnaise
10-12 kalamata olives, diced
1 tsp/5 ml Italian seasoning blend
Handful of fresh parsley, minced (or ½ tbsp dried parsley)
Salt to taste (optional, I didn't need it because of briny olives)

Mix well in bowl, cover, and refrigerate for an hour or more


Deviled ham sandwich
~6 oz cottage cheese
couple slices (off a brick) sharp cheddar
small glass watermelon kool-aid


Gorged myself on potatoes mashed with some yogurt and fried pork slices.


A stew made out of diced meat, baby carrots, small peas, and some potatoes, with some yogurt added in.


Pizza. Two actually that I am slowly devouring since yesterday: grilled chicken, and Hawaii. Yes, that's the one with pineapple, bite me.


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I'd rather bite your Hawaiian pizza.


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I've been organizing stuff at the shop for the last three days. It's on the southern edge, a mile out of town without hardly any trees for miles.

So I had a cold ham sandwich with chips and nearly frozen water.

I had a blast! A fun week!


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Fried chicken breasts, fried eggplant (or aubergine for those who know the English term), and potatoes mashed with yogurt. Yummy! Though I made the portion a tad too big and I am full now.


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Pierogi with filling made of goose, dried plums, and kasha. They would need more goose meat and plums, and less kasha.


Half a sandwich and cup of soup. My local Bruegger’s has a deal where you get that and they have it as the same price as the sandwich. But the workers read it as the same price as the soup, so instead of it be $5.99 it’s $3.01. It’s great, nothing like benefitting off people’s mistakes


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Culinary experiment.

I took some shredded chicken meat, and mixed it with a sauce made of yogurt and mayo, added shredded lettuce, mixed up. Ate some of it, and then added rice that was boiled with some small pieces of meat, and pineapple from a can. Mixed again.

Tastiness.


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I ate... Too much.

Pan-fried chicken, boiled young potatoes, and mashed beetroot.


I skipped lunch.

Probably splitting a (from frozen) rising crust pizza with the parents for dinner.


I ate a simple but filling stew of diced pork, carrots, onions, and potatoes.

I also splashed some of the hot broth on my left hand while pouring it into a bowl.


Some Mac and Cheese

Sigh, I'd LOVE to have fresh country fried chicken and gravy but no time..


Mac and nacho cheese with chili.


Chicken, potatoes, onions, and some more veggies are just starting to stew for today.


.. mushrooms, can of sweetcorn, and a can of tomatoes.


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Homemade chicken noodle soup, made with homemade chicken stock; an apple, a banana, a tangerine, and a big mug of coffee.

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It occurs to me how lucky I am to be able to ask this question. Not only do I eat three meals a day, I get to decide what to eat.

I haven't read this entire thread, so this sentiment has probably already been expressed.

EDIT: Leftover Thanksgiving dinner. Turkey, mashed potatoes, candied sweet potatoes (NO MARSHMALLOWS!), stuffing.


Chicken with carrots and onion. Potatoes.

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