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What do you eat for a dinner?

  1. Apr 23, 2006 #1
    I usually eat a soup, or make a few sandwiches, or eat a fried eggs, or even go and grab a chicken from a nearby fast food, but know we're holding guests in our house. One of them is my aunt's mom, and from then on she cooks a dinner everyday. She always does potatoes with something. Potatoes with fish, potatoes with chop, potatoes with various meat. I like it but I'm not used to that kind of eating. So, what do you usually eat for a dinner?
     
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  3. Apr 23, 2006 #2

    wolram

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    Sunday is the day i go to moms for dinner and take the dog out for a walk,
    for dinner we had, roast lamb, yorkshire pudding, carrots and roast potatoes,
    with mint sauce and beef gravy, i think sunday is the only day i have a proper meal, most days i have pizzas, chili, baked beans, crispy bacon sarnies, last night i had instant mash with added sardines and cheese spread, oh and onion.
     
  4. Apr 23, 2006 #3
    Breakfast ....cereal.....lunch....cereal or yogurt ....supper.....whatever kind of canned soup I have on hand.
     
  5. Apr 23, 2006 #4

    Astronuc

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    Ummm, Food. :uhh:
     
  6. Apr 23, 2006 #5

    Evo

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    For the past month, usually peanut butter. I really need to get out and buy food.
     
  7. Apr 23, 2006 #6

    Pengwuino

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    Peanut butter!??! I looooooooove peanut butter :D
     
  8. Apr 23, 2006 #7

    Evo

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    CRUNCHY peanut butter. It's getting a bit old having it every night. :frown:
     
  9. Apr 23, 2006 #8

    Pengwuino

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    :tongue: :tongue: :tongue: :tongue: send me some!
     
  10. Apr 23, 2006 #9

    I did not know times were that hard Evo, :frown:. Peanut butter does not qualify as food. It's barely passes as a snack. You need some real food.
     
  11. Apr 23, 2006 #10

    Evo

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    <scoops peanut butter into Pengwuino's computer> Oh, my. :redface: That doesn't look good. :blushing:

    Perhaps I should have put it in a zip file first. :bugeye:

    Sorry Pengwuino. o:)
     
  12. Apr 23, 2006 #11

    Evo

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    I'll pm you my address and you can send me some crabcakes. :smile:
     
  13. Apr 23, 2006 #12
    I don't think crabcakes mail well, you have to come down to DC if you want crabcakes, sorry.
     
  14. Apr 23, 2006 #13
    Ramen. And rice. And I have brownies in my mail. i like the way my mail tastes.
     
  15. Apr 23, 2006 #14
    EEEEWWWWW, you people eat some disgusting trash.
     
  16. Apr 23, 2006 #15

    Pengwuino

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    Yah you guys need to eat some real food!
     
  17. Apr 23, 2006 #16

    wolram

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    Maybe some people do not have the right flower pots :smile:
     
  18. Apr 23, 2006 #17

    Or maybe you need a woman in your life? :devil:

    You said your mom cooks on sundays, move back in with your mom, problem solved.
     
  19. Apr 23, 2006 #18

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    It depends on how tired I am when I got home. Usually some small portion of meat (when I buy it, I cut it all down to single servings and freeze it that way so I don't waste a lot, and it's fast to defrost)...the method of cooking and seasoning/sauces vary with mood and time. Either a potato, rice or pasta with it (though sometimes I skip the starch), and some sort of vegetable...at the beginning of the week, that's usually a fresh salad, but near the end of the week, when the fresh veggies have turned not-so-fresh, it's usually something frozen or out of a can.

    Sometimes I cook ahead on the weekend and have something for several nights, like tonight I'm making chili (maybe...the chili powder didn't smell very chili-ish, I think it's too old, so I tried adding some other spices, which probably means it's either over-spiced, or is still going to taste flavorless), and last week I made a small pot of beef soup, and the week before I made eggplant parmesan. I especially do that when it's going to be a busy week, as the past two weeks were, so I don't have to cook when I get home, just heat up something. And, some days, I'm just working late, so grab something from the hospital cafeteria (they actually have pretty good food, though it's sometimes a drag if I ate there for lunch and they serve the same thing for both meals). Sometimes I also just snag something pre-cooked from the grocery store...they have decent sushi, which is always easy, or some other pre-made stuff. It's a bit better than fast food, which is the last resort.
     
  20. Apr 23, 2006 #19

    wolram

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    I should have 7, all different nationalities, then i could have a varied diet.
     
  21. Apr 23, 2006 #20

    Ivan Seeking

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    Steak, tacos, Cheerios.
     
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