What did you eat last night for dinner?

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  1. ratboycom

    ratboycom Senior member

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    bowl of Tolsot Bibimbap, kimchi, and all the normal sides at a local family owned Korean Resturant. effin delicious, also the owner told me she would make me Chijimi the next time I went in [​IMG]
     
  2. Frederic's Berceuse

    Frederic's Berceuse Well-Known Member

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    bowl of Tolsot Bibimbap, kimchi, and all the normal sides at a local family owned Korean Resturant. effin delicious, also the owner told me she would make me Chijimi the next time I went in [​IMG]

    mmmmmmmmm.

    when the owner ahjuma is meaner, the food also tastes better.
     
  3. GoSurface

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    I stopped at lunch. Had Indian food. Twas yummy.
     
  4. Bandwagonesque

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    Thai green curry with chicken on rice. And some veggie samosas we found in the fridge.
     
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    soft shell crab
    snap peas
    pasta w/ olive oil
    not in that order though...
     
  6. Kent Wang

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    Durian. [​IMG]
     
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    Same thing I had last night: fresh striped bass, grilled. Glass of sauvignon blanc.
     
  8. acidboy

    acidboy Senior member

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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]
     
  9. Nantucket Red

    Nantucket Red "Mr. Fashionista"

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    I had Nepalese curries with cheese naan at a nearby restaurant with the Korean babe.
     
  10. 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.

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    FTS
     
  12. rocks

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    Ground chuck with organic bell peppers and wheat-free pasta on a bed of brown rice all prepared by myself.
     
  13. globetrotter

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    Wed night Korean barbque with Dizzhizz - very excellent beef.
     
  14. sho'nuff

    sho'nuff grrrrrrrr!!

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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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