What's for dinner tonight?

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Thinktank wrote: Jun 19th, 2022, 5:45 pm I just decided I will eat one "the Works" and one "Mediterranean" pizza from Papa John's

every day, 365 days a year. No need to think of anything else.



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Mediterranean.
Got to have anchovies on it.
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Last night was "Christening the new BBQ" night.
CAB t-bone steak along with spuds, peppers, onions and beer. :up:
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Bibimbap
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Ok. I will bite. ^^^. What is that??
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Korean mish-mash. Meat, rice, loads of veggies, bean sprouts, egg - whatever you want. Should have a bibimbap bowl that you heat up in the oven before assembling. When the bowl is sizzling hot, place it on the bowl stand and layer in the rice then arrange other ingredients. Makes the rice crispy on the bottom and keeps the dish warm while you eat after it's mixed together.
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Looks lovely!

Kinda like a stir-fry without stirring?
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Catsumi wrote: Jun 20th, 2022, 9:04 pm Looks lovely!

Kinda like a stir-fry without stirring?
And what was on your plate tonight?

Me?
Leftovers found in the freezer. :135:
I'll be in panic mode within a day.
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Wife finally left you, huh??

I had Leftovers too….barley and rice cooked in real chicken broth, topped with roasted chicken bits [dark meat], steamed cabbage (the nice type, almost like firm lettuce head, not those gawdawful hard as rocks cabbages they foist off on the unsuspecting and naive purchasers of same], all slightly moistened with melted real butter (not the krap known as margarine as the marketing experts would have you purchase] …..where was I? Oh yes, dessert very simple and stark (very ripe banana, milk (and not the nutrient deprived skinned white water that is so in favour lately) and cinnamon over top…a bit of cheese to end it all, but could have been better if #Suds had shared the Tilamook (greedy swine) with me.

Tiresome writing and reading what happens in Skunk kitchen. I trust you won’t ask again (?]
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^^^
Yeah, she left me :130:
Said something about needing to see her girl friends that she's known longer than me. :135:
Meh, she'll come home soon enough, take pity on me and cook up a feast.

Then she had the nerve to ask me to find one of her dessert recipes.
Wanted to bake for her friends. :-X

My dinner. Nuked with a side of raw veggies. :130:
Fancy enough?
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Love Bibimbap..the Korean restaurant in Glenmore makes the best. Used to eat bananas and milk as a kid.. :up:
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Came home to Kielbasa, mac and cheese with veggies and ranch dip.
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sheet pan dinner: roasted chicken thighs, skin on!, zucchini and tomatoes with italian seasoning and feta, and diced sweet potatoes ..lots of butter and salt and pepper! Should be bbq'ing, i know.
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oneh2obabe wrote: Jun 20th, 2022, 7:23 pmBibimbap
Hey, we went out for dinner the other night and that's what my wife ordered.
Grilled Chicken Bibimbab.
Yup, there was an egg on top.

At Jacob's Noodle & Cutlets.
Damn good food at dirt cheap prices.
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Haemul-jeon (Korean seafood pancakes)
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Korean street toast.
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