on tonights menu was:
>baked chicken breast
>roast potatoes, pumpkin, and carrots
>a simple salad of lettuce, beetroot, and feta
no photo because the food is long gone
I really like your site! Its always nice to stumble across underground pages like yours, seems very "old internet" styled to me.
I think I'll test out your recipe next time I go grocery shopping.
Tonight's was a bowl of wheat noodles cooked in chiken stock, several slices of pork cooked in the same pan, and a boiled egg.
I cooked some potatoes with olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic, and rosemary. An easy and tasty meal.
Tell me more about gratin.
I breaded some chicken breasts for supper and had them with katsu sauce. Came out very good but kind of a mess to make with all the egg and flour and crumbs.>>694
That looks really good, I'm jealous. Can't get a good fish and chips where I live ;_;
Any specific reason why is it in black and white and it weighs five and a half megabytes?
Maybe it's a hypercaloric meal
Phone cam refuses to focus in colour for sone reason. Fuck if I know about the size.
Today I had wholewheat bucatini (spaghetti with a hole through the middle) in a tomato sauce with black olives, some chewy spiced tofu and finely chopped green finger chillies mixed in on a bed of rocket. It was really really delicious.
A bit of 74% ritter sport and a cup of instant coffee.
Beers are chilling in the fridge until night.
Gee Bill! How come your mom lets you have TWO pies?
I forgot about this thread AFTER I had my dinner. I cooked three Thai chicken kebabs, pulled the meat off the skewers and mixed it with some brown rice and steamed veggies.
I mean remembered. Shit.
An omelette with chicken, mozzarella and tomatoes.
I make this pretty often and never get bored of it.
Trying my hand at making okonomiyaki. Never done this before, or worked with any of these weird ingredients. I'll post results soon.
Looking good sushi! Consider getting some aonori, they add a really nice freshness. Leftover bonito flakes can also be used in broth.
Thank you! Of all the specific Japanese ingredients I was after, aonori was the only one I couldn't find, but I'm sure I can get it online for next time. It's easy enough once you have the ingredients that I'll surely do it again. Hardest part was honestly keeping hold of the weird slimy yam.
nice, this looks pretty good
Hey, that's a nice blog. You've really done a good job with the photos and the editing.
Potatoes truly are an underrated meal, they taste good while being healthy as well. Also the best thing about them is that you can easily get stuffed.
Which beer are you drinking?
I wish I remembered. Probably some local wheat beer or plain old Sierra Nevada, knowing me.