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Last night I made Tuna steaks, broccoli and yellow peppers sauteed in soy sauce, fried brussel sprouts topped with kewpie, some kimchi, and a fried tortilla.
All washed down with a golden sip.
What did you have for dinner?


>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 :(.


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Hoover stew. It was an old depression era meal made of noodles, hot dogs, and tomato paste. Some versions have beans and corn mixed in, I didn't add them.
I had it and boy you can taste the depression. It's a passable meal, taste good if you add spices, but you can tell it's kind of a mishmash of shit you have lying in your house. 6/10 wouldn't make unless I had nothing else.


>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 made this Gordon Ramsey recipe. It's a quick and simple dish that doesn't leave many dirty dishes so it's become my go-to when I'm cooking for myself. Plus it tastes good.


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.


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made myself a little cheese and bread plate with some beer


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.


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Recently I had fish sandwiches after work along with beer, edamame and a bit of cheese.

great stuff

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.


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Soup from roasted squash, carrots, onions, garlic, and apples. Plus focaccia bread with dried cherry tomatoes!

I made them both myself, very happy how it came out.


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.


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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.


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Old pic, but I made steamed dumplings recently.


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It's leftovers now but I made some pasta earlier this week. Tofu, broccoli, mushrooms, and onions in tomato sauce.


thx alot for the recipe, sushi! I'll keep it in mind when I'll be in the mood to try something new :)


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Made Palak Paneer, came out very good!


It's worth a try, I actually prefer it over a pizza on weeknights, much less effort and easier to make on short notice.
I would love to eat those, looks great. Is the seam opening intentional? Makes them look more like flowers, I kinda like the aesthetics of it.


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Uh… no, not intentional… I'm just really bad at folding dumplings and they popped open while steaming…


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As I said sushi, intentional or not, I like how they look.
I have limited experience with dumpling wrapping myself, rarely am I motivated enough to put in the effort so I usually buy the wrappers frozen and just make the filling myself, those bought wrappers are much easier to get to seal properly.
Hope they tasted as good as they look.


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Pesto tofu with picked onions and diced olives.


Tonight I'm eating frozen "dumplings" I got at a corner store. No description, simply labelled as "Dumplings", they're Halal apparently and are from a frozen food manufacturer called Bogda Frozen Foods in Burlington, Ontario. There is Arabic writing on it I believe but I am too lazy to translate it.

Kinda weird to describe them that way but let me just say…pan fried in a bit of olive oil with some white onion and cilantro? Bretty gud. They cost 22.99 which seems crazy but by the time I realized (as in after I got home and noticed the price sticker) I didn't care because they were pretty good. I would describe them as a spicy (but no hot) beef filled flour dumpling. Not sure what spices are in it but it's good.



I feel like I gotta say that I normally DON'T eat like this! ;_; I am a good cook and like to cook good meals but to me these are like a McDonalds hamburger…you know it's shit and a bastardization of a real burger but it's still good. Probably all that sodium amirite?


Thank you ;_;

they were the best food I've ever had,,, turns out fresh dough makes all the difference.


Noone is judging you sushi. Sometimes you have the time and energy to cook a lavish meal and sometimes you just wanna eat something hot and easy to prepare. I sometimes make frozen pierogi and eat them with sour cream, nothing wrong with that. Happy they tasted good, but I do hope those 22.99 are either in a currency other than dollars or euros or it was a big bag, because that is quite expensive.
Glad to hear. I should give it another try too sometime.


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Made Hawawshi today and had some homemade grape kombucha. The fries were frozen, but I couldn't wait enough time to actually make potato wedges.


i cooked a pork chop in clarified butter, steamed borkli and charred it up in the leftover butter and pork fond, and had some rice. was good, got a very nice sear on the pork, i unfortunately do not have a picture
looks tasty sushis


today i made mac n cheese from scratch for the first time. this was also my first time making a roux, was a very interesting experience. the mac came out phenomenal. i made it with cheddar, gruyerre and gouda based on chef john's old ass recipe on yt. i bought too much cheese tho and have nearly a pound of cheese left over


It's been 4 days, but cheese crackers or cheese soup are easy ways to use up a lot of cheese. You can also make a cheese sauce and just eat that with bread like you would eat oven baked camembert. Fills you really quickly. Just be wary of all that sodium intake and drink enough water.
Good job on making the Mac n cheese, the first time making a roux was a little intimidating when I made it.


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Not really dinner but I made some cupcakes.


Despite my deep conviction that food isn't supposed to be bright blue, unless it's blueberries, these look nice. Well done sushi, I'd love to try those.


Thanks! We were had a beach themed retirement party so that's why I went with the blue icing with fish.


Blue is okay for dessert!!!


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pan pizza pie


Looka great, ya have a recipe?


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Ever wonder why that orange pasta sauce you get in restaurants tastes so good? It's because there's a block of mozzarella cheese melted in there. It's kind of a mess to clean up if you do it at home, but the flavor is worth it. Artery-cloggin' good!


>Ever wonder why that orange pasta sauce you get in restaurants tastes so good?
The restaurants where I live usually don't have orange sauce for pasta, but usually the answer to "why does this taste better in a restaurant" are copious amounts of cream, salt and butter incorporated into the dish. Msg too sometimes.
Your sauce looks great though, would love to have some of that.


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Vegan all the way! Tofu, potatoes, peanuts and lots of spices - the white stuff is rice!


cute keyboard!


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>the white stuff is rice!

looks good though


if you see an orange sauce it could use mozzarella, marscapone, cream, creme fraiche, basically any creamy dairy product. Personally, i love marscapone.

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