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Old 09-20-2004, 02:17 PM   #1
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What Do You Like to Eat For Dinner?

What Do You Like to Eat For Dinner? What do you generally have to eat all 7 nights of the week?

Lately I've been really digging on Thai food, red beans & rice burritos and pesto pasta. Yum. (Yes I go to the gym and work it all off!!!)

Now you go
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Old 09-20-2004, 02:19 PM   #2
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I like salady things.

Unfortunately I also like big piles of things that involve cheese or steak or cheesy steak or such like. And I don't go to the gym and work it all off

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cheesy steak


I like stir fry, thai or chinese.

dammit now I'm hungry.
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I love all things hot and cheesy (that are vegetarian) myself.
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I usually skip dinner, but when I do eat, it is usually a combination of salad and leftovers.

But a nice juicy steak sounds good too!
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whenever i'm home, it's usually cos i don't have school. my sister and brother use school as an excuse to not have to do any housework, and my mom has real work and school, so i get stuck cooking dinner...

at home, we eat a lot of pasta, cos that's about all i can cook.

at school, i eat whatever the dining hall has that's edible. so i eat a lot of turkey sandwiches.

sandwiches and pasta...i know there are a few other things (like fish & chips) that i like, i just can't remember what they are...

we've got some kickass places to eat out here...really great chicken wings, buritos, and pizzas. but i'm broke, so i don't do that too often.
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When we're lazy, mexican from the place next door, or burgers from Burger King.

On Saturday nights we go out to eat.

When I feel like cooking its tacos, pasta, steak or sausages. And always salad and rice!

And anything fried.....
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I like nice, thick, homey foods like pasta, mashed potatoes, perogies, chicken, and whatnot. 'Hearty' meals, if you will. Although I don't get those too often.

Oh. Cheesy is good too. I could put cheese on anything and call it tasty.

I haven't had a freshly cooked homemade meal since Thursday though. Since then it's been Chinese food, A&W, and leftovers. Yeah, I'm healthy...
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Fried food...
I tend to eat things out of a box. I have school, then usually some sort of meeting after school, so I don't get home 'till 4, and mom usually doesn't get home 'till 4 or 5, so its frozen food for us!
But I realllllly like the Olive Garden. Breadsticks...
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We tend to just have a piece of meat and some greens and corn.
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At home, I like to make spaghetti, our special stewed tofu, chili, a variety of pasta dishes, etc. I looove pasta and tofu, so I almost always have one of the two. I unfortunately have a very unsophisticated palate due to my family's small food budget. If I eat out, it's usually Asian food due to the many high-quality, cheap Asian restaurants in my town. We have a LOT of Asian students here, so we get a lot of authentic stuff.
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Spaghetti, chicken, frozen pizza, enchiladas...
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I LOVE to eat nice dill deli pickles chopped up and dipped in cottage cheese (eaten with a fork). yum. I got more cottage cheese last night so I'm about to go get some.....

I also get those pre-cooked cheap chickens from the deli, scrape all the meet off, and throw it in random pasta or rice packages I make throughout the week. mmmm, Lipton.
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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.
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