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Old 09-20-2004, 06:15 PM   #16
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Pasta or a bagel.

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Soup, stir fry, pizza...whatever is easy. Occasionally I'll just have a dish of ice cream.
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Chicken ramen.

Actually I 'll have chicken ramen just about any time...
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Sat/Sun? - CARBS!!!! Lots and lots of beautiful, yummy, starchy things!!! Bread, potatoes, pasta, rice......
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What we have for dinner depends on our schedules and what is on sale.

Pasta based dishes (lasagna, macaroni or spaghetti, pad thai)
Chicken (boneless breast and thighs) either stir fried, barbequed or shake n baked.
Shepherds Pie
Sausages/scrambled eggs
Ham, Roast Beef or Steak
Fish (salmon, scallops, prawns or tuna)

I try to cook one new recipe a week that the mini fahs will eat.

Wednesday - Vegetarian Lasagna
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Old 09-21-2004, 11:59 PM   #22
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Brown rice/ wholewheat pasta/ spuds with chicken, veg. I don't mind which veg but I really do like mushrooms, carrots and broccoli.
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steamed veg and grilled meat.
clean, healthy, filling.

you people eat rather exotic food.
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Moussaka, yros, spanikopetes.
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I just had baked salmon with organic king prawns and a baby leaf salad, with a lemon and watercress dressing

ooooh it was good
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Originally posted by indigo tree
Chicken ramen.

Actually I 'll have chicken ramen just about any time...

yes, let's not get into how often i eat that.
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my dinner menu varies between seasons., which is happening here right now. I do not like to light the oven in the hot weather if I can avoid it.
In winter I do more roast chicken and veges,lasgane and stews and soups and the occassional cake.
In summer it's more salads and omelettes, stir- frys, BBQ's and fruit ( yum summer fruits)
and drinks , drinks, drinks.
I made the best pizza base the other night. Same recipe but I didn't roll it with a pin, I passed it from hand to hand. It will take some practice. It improved the texture and maybe flavour I thought.
Lasagne sometimes.
variations on Brunswisk Stew
I do a rogan josh curry pretty often , preferably with basmati rice and poppadums ( I wish I had a microwave oven for them, they are delicious but a bit greasy cooked in oil)
I do the Mexican Granmother's Fish regularly, fillets soaked in lemon joice , oilive oil, chilli, and rosemary...oh yum.
I do omelettes if I don't feel energetic or mushrooms on toast.

Preparation, cooking and the dreaded cleaning up takes some effort. I LOVE the preparation and cooking part...not the last bit though
oh and the eating flavour
My favourite flesh to use is chicken and fish
My favourite vegetables are potatoes, carrots, onion, celery, pumpkin, broccoli, zucchini,....ohh too may to list eh?

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Old 09-22-2004, 01:06 PM   #29
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Originally posted by arw9797
I'm a vegetarian and I eat a lot of low carb food. Not much variety in my life. I usually have a salad. Sometimes if I'm feeling daring I'll make grilled cheese on low carb bread. Or to mix it up a bit I'll make a wrap, low carb of course. But that's basically the same things I put in a salad so it's not much different than eating just a salad. I have no idea why I'm answering this thread. I eat the same things day after day after day.

omg isn't doing the low carb thing as a vegetarian hard? I'm a veggie too and also trying to do the low carb thing.
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Old 09-22-2004, 01:46 PM   #30
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Originally posted by Tomer

I love vegetable soup.

I also love pineapple. I could eat pineapple until the cows come home. I eat a big tub of them if I'm buying food on the go and I go into the supermarket, they do lovely fresh fruit in little takeway bowls. It's really nice with a bit of natural yoghurt.

Stew is also good, as is soda bread (Irish folk love the carbs). We only ever stew during winter, it's mostly potatoes and is really nice and filling. Soda bread is a nice treat every now and then.

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