>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.