>What did you have for dinner?
Looks fucking delicious, would crush after a workout any day.
Last night I had instant ramen with slices of trumpet mushrooms, seaweed, dumplings, and green onion.
Two nights ago I made some Chili beans in a crock pot and corn bread. It was pretty delicious!
Yesterday and today haven't been as exciting :(.
>depression at Duckduckgo
I'm sorry sushi roll
Tonight was rice, corn, and a frankfurter. Not the best dinner. Passable, though. I’m sort of excited to have a kitchen and be able to make my own food someday, probably in a couple of years. Just not sure where I’ll start.
My favorite thing they serve at this cafeteria is jasmine rice.
I bet it would be good if you put a simple cheese sauce instead of the tomato paste
Because at that point it's just mac and cheese with hot dogs, and that's a classic childhood meal. For me at least
Chicken kimchi salad with homemade mayo
miso soup with jalapenos and tofu
rice with added instant oatmeal
later had edamame and a can of baked beans as a snack. The baked beans were wayyy too sweet and there was too much of them, but I can't be bothered to toast bread to go with em because I don't have a toaster so I have to wait for my ovens broiler to warm up and I think it uses too much electricity too.
The souls of the damned
Today I had rice pudding with cinnamon, allspice and lavender, a banana and some cashews.
Made some salmon marinated in soy sauce and honey today, with a side of potatoes roasted in garlic and butter.
Recently I had fish sandwiches after work along with beer, edamame and a bit of cheese.>>874>>852
Is this a list of things you usually eat in the evening or something you consumed just the other day at dusk? That seems like a lot to digest.
Just made split pea soup in an instantpot. By far the smoothest soup I have ever had. Absolutely crazy.
Nice! Split Pea soup is the bomb, definitely one of the best soups for me.
Had some french/german "Flammkuchen" - think of it as a simpler and easier to make pizza. Was great.
If you want to make it yourself it's super easy:
150g AP flour, 65ml water, 30g neutral oil, around half a tsp of salt.
Mix until it comes together, add a little water (but not much) if you need. Let the dough rest for 15 minutes.
Roll out as thin as you can, doesn't have to be round.
Add creme fraiche or any other dairy based cream with 20%+ fat (otherwise it'll seperate), salt, pepper, bacon cubes, onions and optionally leeks.
Heat oven to around 250C (480F), preheat the oven sheet in there as well. Add the Flammkuchen and in around 5-10 minutes it'll be done. Just wait until it is slightly charred and throwing bubbles, but not burned.
the bread is really pretty :D
Thanks, tasted good as well. It's a great dish for the summer.