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What did you eat last night for dinner?

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Fabienne, Jan 31, 2005.

  1. Kent Wang

    Kent Wang Senior member Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Same thing I had last night: fresh striped bass, grilled. Glass of sauvignon blanc.
     
  3. acidboy

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    I had garden snails cooked in coconut milk and chili. And today I'm sh*tting snails out of my @$$. Kent, where'd you get the durian. Man, they stink! Don't let them touch your pocket squares! [​IMG]
     
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    I had Nepalese curries with cheese naan at a nearby restaurant with the Korean babe.
     
  5. Kent Wang

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    Kent, where'd you get the durian. Man, they stink! Don't let them touch your pocket squares! [​IMG]
    Chinese supermarket, frozen. Each one smells differently. This one was like old sweaty socks.
     
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    Durian.

    [​IMG]


    FTS
     
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    Ground chuck with organic bell peppers and wheat-free pasta on a bed of brown rice all prepared by myself.
     
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    Wed night Korean barbque with Dizzhizz - very excellent beef.
     
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    i had some pork spare rib, leftover grilled salmon piece, daehngjahng chigae, jalepeno, brocoli, samjang, bowl of rice. glass of water.
     
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    Garlic onion roasted pork tenderloin.
    So good.

    Hahaha, it's not hard to make, Maple Leaf has a pre-marinated package for $7.50. Just place it on your BBQ - come back in 20 minutes - and viola.
     
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    Fried some striped bass tonight. Had it with some spring vegies in a capers sauce, corn bread, and a Heineken; while my gf had hers with a nice riesling. Very light and easy summer food. I'll definitely make this every week or two.
     
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    Garlic onion roasted pork tenderloin.
    So good.

    Hahaha, it's not hard to make, Maple Leaf has a pre-marinated package for $7.50. Just place it on your BBQ - come back in 20 minutes - and viola.


    Man, I love this dish. In fact, I bought some tenderloin earlier today for tomorrow. It's so easy and delicious! I just put some slivers of garlic into the tenderloin, then season it with cumin. It goes into a pan for frying for a few minutes, then I put some dry white wine, chicken stock, and mushrooms in it. The pan goes into the oven for about 10 minutes at 350. It comes out perfect every time.
     
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    Spaghetti Al'Arrabiata with Red Curry Chicken and a glass of Cabernet-Shyrah

    Spicy !
     
  14. Fabienne

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    Garlic onion roasted pork tenderloin.
    So good.

    Hahaha, it's not hard to make, Maple Leaf has a pre-marinated package for $7.50. Just place it on your BBQ - come back in 20 minutes - and viola.


    And a musician, at that.
     
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    stir fry
    nothing special, noodles, onion, beef, teryaki sauce
     
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    we had relatives over today, mom made a great dinner:
    grilled hot dogs and hamburgers (2 hot dogs and a hamburger for me)
    asparagus
    avacado, lettuce, cherry tomatoes, and baby carrots in a salad
    for dessert:
    stewed berries (dunno if stewed is the correct term, basically it was putting blueberries, raspberries, etc. and heating up until the juices turn into a hot syrup with berries floating around) on top of vanilla ice cream, it was heavenly
     
  17. ratboycom

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    Made a pizza for some friends and I. Made and tossed the dough myself. Sauce: homemade Alfredo, Toppings: pan cooked chicken, red and green peppers, and green onion.

    It was delicious.
     
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    my parents visited us last night and i prepared my special pasta for everyone.

    trust me, it is so delicious, better than restaurant style.

    here is a photo of one leftover plate

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