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Post by Alex Moon » 2003-06-13 04:46am

Steak with brocolli and roasted potatos. Planning on having homemade soup tomorrow.

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Post by El Moose Monstero » 2003-06-13 05:12am

Cereal. Curse that time difference. :)

But this week, I 'ave been mostly eating - pasta with bacon and cheese sauce. Student life - mainly involves eating making a big pot of something and eating it for the rest of the week until you're sick of it.
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Post by Raxmei » 2003-06-13 05:25am

Left over stir fried beef and broccoli with steamed rice. Home cooked, not take out.
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Post by Faram » 2003-06-13 05:27am

Not dinner time here yet so I am having for lunch:

WeightWatcher's Pizza 7p

Damnit 3kg to go...
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Post by Enforcer Talen » 2003-06-13 06:07am

6am here. Ive been munching on not particularly good chinese food for 8 hrs.
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Post by Boba Fett » 2003-06-13 06:09am

I'm about to finish my Carbonara sauce for the spaghetti which will be ready in 3 minutes.
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Post by Dalton » 2003-06-13 02:13pm

Pizza and Stargate tonight :)
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Post by Darth Garden Gnome » 2003-06-13 02:16pm

Dalton wrote:Pizza and Stargate tonight :)
Yes! Stargate! EVERYBODY watch, ya understand? I so can't wait. I'm as giddy as a schoolgirl (Lewis Black forever). Too bad it may be the last season. But all good things must end. Then there's the movie, then the spin-off...more Stargate in the future folks.

Oh and uh...I think I'm having spaghetti. Ma Ma's sauce is just too good to pass up on Stargate night (formerly known as Friday).
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Post by theski » 2003-06-13 02:17pm

King Crab legs and Shrimp.......
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Post by Frank Hipper » 2003-06-13 02:23pm

Tonight will be Cincinnati Chili. Four way, that is. :wink:

Last night was pork roast with dumplings, pan gravy flavored with paprika, caraway seed, sour cream and nutmeg, and creamed peas.

And I've been holding off from starting a "What's for dinner?" thread of my own for a couple months. :(
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Post by SyntaxVorlon » 2003-06-13 02:26pm

Darth Garden Gnome wrote:
Dalton wrote:Pizza and Stargate tonight :)
Yes! Stargate! EVERYBODY watch, ya understand? I so can't wait. I'm as giddy as a schoolgirl (Lewis Black forever). Too bad it may be the last season. But all good things must end. Then there's the movie, then the spin-off...more Stargate in the future folks.

Oh and uh...I think I'm having spaghetti. Ma Ma's sauce is just too good to pass up on Stargate night (formerly known as Friday).
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Post by Zoink » 2003-06-13 02:52pm

For me Dinner=Supper, but for my grandparents, its Breakfast, Dinner (ie. Lunch), then Supper.

I guess both are correct. "Dinner" comes from latin for “To break one’s fast” (same origin as “breakfast”) and literally means your first meal of the day, but “dinner” usually means your “main” meal of the day, for most this is supper.

So I'll give you both:

Today's lunch was courtesy of the Colonel.

For supper I don't know. I will probably take my open can of tomatoes in the fridge stick that in a pot with green pepper and mushrooms, basil, oregano, bay, chillies, tobasco, olive oil, and pepper. Stick it with some miscellaneous pasta (I have enough dried pasta to last a year... there was a big sale... I also have pasta machine when I'm not too lazy). For protein I’ll munch on some dried/cured Italian sausage I bought yesterday.

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Post by thecreech » 2003-06-13 03:04pm

BF... Bacon, egg, and green chilli burritos (Takes a bite)
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Post by Zaia » 2003-06-13 03:31pm

theski wrote:King Crab legs and Shrimp.......
Mmmm.....*drools* Want some company? :D


Actually, I can't. I have a dinner date with my friend Kim. We're going to Bertucchi's? Is that how one spells it? Italian food, followed by a viewing of "The Italian Job." Aren't we cute? :wink:
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Post by Gil Hamilton » 2003-06-13 03:36pm

I've got no idea what I'm having tonight. Of the people I live with, I don't cook the meals, so I have very little say in what the meals are. Hopefully it will be a Triangle Bar Battleship (the best damn sandwich in existance).
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Post by RogueIce » 2003-06-13 03:37pm

Zaia wrote:Mmmm.....*drools* Want some company? :D
Why thanks for offering! Oh, wait, that's for theski isn't it? :|
Zaia wrote:Actually, I can't. I have a dinner date with my friend Kim. We're going to Bertucchi's? Is that how one spells it? Italian food, followed by a viewing of "The Italian Job." Aren't we cute? :wink:
Yes, yes you are cute. Very, very cute. :wink:

Hey, can you let me know if "TIJ" is any good? I'm thinking of seeing it, eventually.

Not tonight, though. StarGate, of course!

Man, I can't wait until 2000, or 8PM for you 12-hour people. :D
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Post by Lord Pounder » 2003-06-13 03:54pm

What ever i feel like making for the family. Something quick and easy. Boiled spuds, fried bacon, and baked beans.
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Post by TrailerParkJawa » 2003-06-13 05:09pm

Im not sure what Im gonna eat for dinner. If my buddy brings his Thinkpad over for me to recover the data from the HD, then we might grab chinese.

If he doesnt I might just heat up some soup and save money.
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Post by Crayz9000 » 2003-06-13 05:26pm

Leftovers: mashed potatoes, baked beans, and meatballs.
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Post by Mark S » 2003-06-13 05:54pm

Yesterday was prime rib and shrimp. Today, leftover pork chops.
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Post by Zaia » 2003-06-13 06:07pm

RogueIce wrote:Why thanks for offering! Oh, wait, that's for theski isn't it? :|
Hey, if you want to take me out for seafood, I'll gladly spend my dinner with you too. :D :wink:
RI wrote:Yes, yes you are cute. Very, very cute. :wink:
You think so? *grins* Thanks, sweetheart. You're pretty cute yourself. :wink:
RI wrote:Hey, can you let me know if "TIJ" is any good? I'm thinking of seeing it, eventually.
Sure thang, sugah. I can't wait! I've heard it's really good. :D
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Post by Darth Garden Gnome » 2003-06-13 06:13pm

Zaia wrote:Sure thang, sugah. I can't wait! I've heard it's really good. :D
But then again anything with Edward Notron in it is really good. The guy could turn a nugget 'o crap into a bar of gold if he really wanted to. :)
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Post by taz » 2003-06-13 06:50pm

Spam. :D


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Post by phongn » 2003-06-13 06:55pm

A couple of hamburgers. Lettuce, onions, ketchup, deli-style mustard, relish or pickles, white American cheese and a nice dash of Tabasco sause.
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Post by Nathan F » 2003-06-13 07:16pm

Hmm, tonight I believe mom is fixing a roasted chicken with some other stuff. Last night we had pan fried crappie and catfish (Caught by myself, of course), with baked 'taters and black eye peas. Good ol' southern cookin', mmmm MMM!

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