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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2014 4:10 pm 
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I've always been curious about congee but never had the opportunity to try it. Does it resemble risotto in any way?


I had a protein smoothie then trained too soon afterward and made myself feel sick so I didn't eat anything else.


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Well, its really soupy and the grains breakdown a lot more than they do in a risotto (its 9 cups of soup/water to 1 cup of rice) but it has a silky unctuousness as well. Its really more like a rice porridge that you load up with lots of veggies - its pretty low calorie too - about 200 cal for 2 cups, and very warming and comforting. Its traditionally more a breakfast food.

I really want risotto now! I have lovely asparagus that would be divine in it....

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The other day I realized that I'm so poor that I've been eating sandwiches with unbeef made from flour, pimento chee that had just set, with cuke slices, mustard and my fav cashew mayo... oh, on whole wheat bread that I baked.

Having no money sure is delicious :-)

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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A few highly nutritious nugget like looking things ;), daiya pizza on home made piadines (italian flat bread), cheesy broccoli, left over sweet potato, carrot and tomato soup. Desert was an almond cupcake with almond vanilla icing topped with caramel chocolate eggs (cupcakes are on my Facebook page).

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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HappyAsh wrote:
The other day I realized that I'm so poor that I've been eating sandwiches with unbeef made from flour, pimento chee that had just set, with cuke slices, mustard and my fav cashew mayo... oh, on whole wheat bread that I baked.

Having no money sure is delicious :-)

I'm not sure if this is sarcasm or not. Your sandwiches sound quite tasty to me, but if that's all you've been eating for days on end cause you can't afford anything else, I'm sure you are sick to death of it.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I'm not sure if this is sarcasm or not. Your sandwiches sound quite tasty to me, but if that's all you've been eating for days on end cause you can't afford anything else, I'm sure you are sick to death of it.


Thanks! No sarcasm! They really are swell, and I really do like making all this stuff. Oh, and I'm not sick of them yet. I'm just happy to have time to make it all since I am unemployed right now.

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I'm thinking nachos and probably some greens w/garlic later if I decide to prep lunch.

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Red wine.


Last night I had chocolate red wine from the Chocolate Shop. With sweet potato & kale pizza

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I made a modified leek and bean cassoulet (minus leeks, plus mushrooms) and it was really good. I was nervous because I made the filling a day in advance and refrigerated it, but it worked out fine. And I burned a batch of peanut butter blondies and ate two anyway because that's the kind of day I had.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Last night I had chocolate red wine from the Chocolate Shop. With sweet potato & kale pizza


Oooh, I've been meaning to try that wine, is it worth getting?

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Last night I had chocolate red wine from the Chocolate Shop. With sweet potato & kale pizza


Oooh, I've been meaning to try that wine, is it worth getting?

Its nice! A bit of an acquired taste. Its sweet but not overly sweet. I prefer M&S chocolate ruby but this is cheaper and easier to find. I would recommend it but probably on its own/not with food ( except maybe chocolate )

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I'm eating a stir fry with 7 chilies, tofu puffs, greens, garlic, leftover tofu scramble, leftover tart cider to deglaze, lime, and chaat masala. Sounds weird, but I'm happy.


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Went out with friends and my dinner amounted to chips (shabby ones), salsa (pretty good, housemade stuff) and two glasses of white wine.

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Fry's thick cut chunky strips simmered with lots of chili, onion, garlic, Italian tomatoes ... baked potatoes, corn, watercress & arugula (rocket) undressed salad ... lots of red wine while we watch the London Marathon ...

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