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 No.400

I see there's a lunch thread and a breakfast thread, but what about your evening meals?
what do you eat? how late is too late?
and let' see what /kitchen/ can whip

pic related is what i made tonight

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>thin-cut pork
>fried in sesame oil
>salt + 'steak spice mix'

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>boil small amount of water to make 1 cup of couscous
>don't wanna have just that - add frozen peas
>go further and add 3 stalks of asparagus
>while steaming, chop up a few radishes, add them when it's done
>ginger/garlic paste + lime juice + little leftover oil from top plate

 No.401

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

 No.506

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How come the dinner thread is so unpopular?

I like to eat warm food in the evening. Soup with some bread is great and doesn't stress my digestive system at bedtime.

>how late is too late?

Having a meal past nine is usually not a good idea, while dining before six o'clock makes me hunt for snacks later in the evening. When I had late shift, I used to eat out, because preparing food takes another hour, leaving me with dinner past 10.

 No.507


 No.539

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I made something tasty last evening:

https://cenysor.neocities.org/鳥野菜丼.html

 No.624

>>539
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.

 No.625

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I usually have grilled chicken breast seasoned with garlic salt and pepper with steam vegetables for dinner. Lately I've been making miso soup though, 1 cup of water + miso paste, 1tsp of chicken stock, some canned sweet corn, sweet soy and a drop of sriracha sauce. Thinking of adding some Chinese 5 spice to it.

 No.626

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.

 No.627

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I made a whole thread about gratin, but I accidently closed my browser and now it's gone. ;_;

Anyways gratin is dope.

 No.692

I cooked some potatoes with olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic, and rosemary. An easy and tasty meal.

 No.693

>>627
Tell me more about gratin.

 No.694

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had myself a fish fry that was meant to be split between 3 people. no ragrets

 No.695

>>625
seaweed tho

 No.696

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 ;_;

 No.697

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Extreme laziness leads to extremely simple meals
Tofu and corn and potato topped with leeks, added salt, rice vinegar, and some light soy sauce. Still p. good.

 No.698

>>697
Any specific reason why is it in black and white and it weighs five and a half megabytes?

 No.699

>>698
Maybe it's a hypercaloric meal

 No.700

>>698
Phone cam refuses to focus in colour for sone reason. Fuck if I know about the size.

 No.701

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.

 No.702

A bit of 74% ritter sport and a cup of instant coffee.
Beers are chilling in the fridge until night.

 No.703

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Small dinner for a small person who came home late

 No.715

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Homemade mac and cheese with bacon. I used gouda and cheddar and added some bourbon to the sauce. Came out really nice.

 No.716

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Ice cream and two kinds of pie for dinner for me today.

It was tomato pie and pumpkin pie though, so healthier than it sounds at least

 No.717

>>716
Gee Bill! How come your mom lets you have TWO pies?

 No.718

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.

 No.719

>>718
>forgot about
I mean remembered. Shit.

 No.720

An omelette with chicken, mozzarella and tomatoes.
I make this pretty often and never get bored of it.

 No.721

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Honey soy chicken, brown rice and steamed veggies for dinner.

 No.722

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It was pretty fucking good, although I had to make the ""red wine sauce"" with vinegar, cooking alcohol, and raisins since I didn't have any grapes or red wine.

 No.725

Trying my hand at making okonomiyaki. Never done this before, or worked with any of these weird ingredients. I'll post results soon.

 No.726

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>>725
Hooray, really happy with how these came out. Tastes great, and fun to make as well.

 No.727

>>726
Looking good sushi! Consider getting some aonori, they add a really nice freshness. Leftover bonito flakes can also be used in broth.

 No.728

>>727
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.

 No.732

>>726
nice, this looks pretty good

 No.733

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I've made yakisoba every other night this week

 No.789

>>539
Hey, that's a nice blog. You've really done a good job with the photos and the editing.

 No.790

>>692
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.

 No.791

>>715
Which beer are you drinking?

 No.792

>>791
I wish I remembered. Probably some local wheat beer or plain old Sierra Nevada, knowing me.



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