Discussion in 'Tilted Food' started by Magpie, Aug 7, 2011.
Ramein and Sesame Street.
Tonight dinner was "just food":
Frozen beer battered cod, baked, & mixed veggies.
Beer. Beer is for dinner.
I DID have a pretty big lunch, though.
Last night was squash noodles and butter with cottage cheese and fruit. I'm a Vegetarian so my meals are usually really simple since I hate cooking.
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Dinner with vegan friends at Busboys and Poets.
I had the shrimp and crab fritters and the angel hair pasta with grilled chicken.
I tried the vegan cheesecake. It was okay, but a crime to call it cheesecake.
It was bogo at the local Braums, so I had a 4 cheese 1/3# burger and a side of fries. My Son got the free one.
Last night--Broiled pork chops, carrots, & green beans.
Tonight--Leftover chili & cornbread.
Latkes, latkes and more latkes.....Latke-palooza!
Mac and cheese! Homemade, with extra sharp cheddar from Tillamook--the kind that's aged over 18 months. So nutty and delicious. I'll put on a seasoned bread crumb topping right before I bake it. It's going to be fantastic.
I had a cookie, a buckeye, and wine. I don't care. I have Crossfit in the morning. My tummy hurts always but candied bacon chocolate chip cookies are the bomb.
After several days traveling and over eating and over drinking; tonight I settled for a butter lettuce salad with mushrooms, yellow cherry tomatoes, and a few slices of pepperoni.
Liver & onions. With potatoes, green peas, & corn thrown in.
My wife cooks it in the pressure cooker so that it turns our more like liver stew in a thick gravy.
I know that y'all are jealous .
I also like liver & onions. I know Chris, we are part of a small community. I also like chicken livers. Hate gizzards, though.
Chinese Jewish fusion -- chicken potstickers and left over potato latkes
Potstickers were frozen, not homemade
I'm not fond of chicken liver, it's too livery. My mom used dry fry it, but she was the only who would eat it. Luby's does a nice fried beef liver & onions, they do something to the liver--maybe soak it in milk?--to reduce the livery taste.
Protip for liver:
Soak it overnight in buttermilk (or milk, but buttermilk works best).
Flash fry it to medium instead of well done.
The taste is more mild that way. I've always disliked liver. But prepared that way it isn't bad. Still not my favorite, but good enough I'll have it for a couple meals a year.
How about chopped chicken liver....onions, egg......etc...YUM
Stuffing waffles topped with fried eggs.
I made a pork roast
with spiced rice and young peas
Hell, I nothing else to do today, being sick.
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