• Post the Last Snack/Meal you ate! (and your thoughts)
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Meatballs with fries? What? Macaroni is the way to go. Cheers for drinking Kopparberg, though. The last thing I ate was sausage stroganoff(?) with homemade mashed potatoes. I'm not sure if stroganoff is the proper way to say it in English. Anyway, I love it.
chops!
[QUOTE=Chekko;34731052]Meatballs with fries? What? Macaroni is the way to go. Cheers for drinking Kopparberg, though. The last thing I ate was sausage stroganoff(?) with homemade mashed potatoes. I'm not sure if stroganoff is the proper way to say it in English. Anyway, I love it.[/QUOTE] my friend is the one who took the picture, and who had the kopparberg. i would have joined her, but then only had Cranberry & Cinnamon flavour and yep, in the Ikeas here they serve the meatballs with chips or mashed potato. and yep, stroganoff is the right word :D
[QUOTE=Chekko;34731052]The last thing I ate was sausage stroganoff(?) with homemade mashed potatoes. I'm not sure if stroganoff is the proper way to say it in English.[/QUOTE] Mashed potatoes? Never figured they'd be a good match. I do miss eating stroganoff though, so now I have a good idea for a meal I'd like to try again. Although with rice... I can't imagine eating it with mashed potatoes :S
I like stroganoff with egg noodles better The last thing I had was brown rice with frozen broccoli with an egg scrambled into it, it was okay.
Applesauce, from Cracker Barrel. It went quickly, but sure as hell provided a great taste.
pan fried salmon fillet on a bed of salsa that i made earlier, served with new potatoes glazed in a herb butter with some asparagus tips. [img]http://mikeh269.com/filedump/salmon.jpg[/img]
[QUOTE=mike;34774194]pan fried salmon fillet on a bed of salsa that i made earlier, served with new potatoes glazed in a herb butter with some asparagus tips. [img]http://mikeh269.com/filedump/salmon.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] Holy shit that looks good... now I'm really hungry :v:
practicing for tomorrow, made some half size crepes with a lemon/orange/cognac syrup [img]http://mikeh269.com/filedump/crepes.jpg[/img] my flat now smells of flamed brandy. it's nice.
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[IMG]http://friendswithoutid.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/vienna_sausage_tasty.jpg[/IMG] It's annoying to get them out of the can, but they tasted pretty good.
what are you practicing for mike i thought you worked at a winery [editline]21st February 2012[/editline] canned food makes me sad
(it's pancake day in the UK today) [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19936378/2012-02-21%2020.33.04.jpg[/t] this has ended me [editline]21st February 2012[/editline] (i also had 3 savoury pancakes before that sweet pile)
i've still got some batter left genuinely tempted to make late night crepes
First time making bacon, I'm quite pleased with the results :3 [img]http://i96.photobucket.com/albums/l189/Simski_2006/bacon.png[/img]
Ketchup with pasta?
yes i believe that's quite common
[t]http://filesmelt.com/dl/IMG_20120224_210018.jpg[/t] fruit salad cause why not
Cooked rice for the first time, came out alright: [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/31693224/meal.jpg[/img] That was a delicious dinner.
Made Cayenne noodles. It was awesome! Sadly I have no pictures since I ate it up so fast.
I'm generally inexperienced with cooking, and I just made some chicken wings in BBQ sauce. They were nice, but I think I undercooked them slightly. Some of them were a bit bloody near the bone but all the meat was white. Cue salmonella.
[QUOTE=Morbo!!!;34907442]I'm generally inexperienced with cooking, and I just made some chicken wings in BBQ sauce. They were nice, but I think I undercooked them slightly. Some of them were a bit bloody near the bone but all the meat was white. Cue salmonella.[/QUOTE] if you start to eat something like that and it's not cooked all the way through, just cover it and nuke it in the microwave for a short amount of time - it'll make sure the inside is cooked through and because you're only doing it for a short amount of time it shouldn't overcook. better to be safe than sorry
Shrimp and Chicken Teriyaki with rice from Sarku Japan, always filling and satisfying.
[QUOTE=mike;34908311]if you start to eat something like that and it's not cooked all the way through, just cover it and nuke it in the microwave for a short amount of time - it'll make sure the inside is cooked through and because you're only doing it for a short amount of time it shouldn't overcook. better to be safe than sorry[/QUOTE] Well I'm not shitting my liquified guts out just yet. They seemed cooked, tasted cooked, just the blood near the bone. It was only the odd couple of wings too, most of them were fine. [editline]29th February 2012[/editline] Get this for a sauce: Honey BBQ + Sour Cream + A tiny bit of Mayonnaise + American Mustard. The Sour Cream offsets the strong flavour of the BBQ sauce and the rest just add flavour. I used Cheese flavoured quavers as the testing vehicle for the sauce and my verdict is: Quite nice, actually
Some meatballs and dat sauce. Delicious!
Macaroni and Cheese. That shit never fails. And it tastes awesome if you add real cheese to it.
Swedish falukorv and pasta with ketchup
[img]http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_XmWwk_DYndU/TE2iCKpObTI/AAAAAAAAB1c/hRRF8YdKwB8/s450/hd_cookie_dough.jpg[/img] had about a quarter of a pint of this so damn good
[IMG]http://hannamalmsten.blogg.se/images/2010/dsc07565_115498450.jpg[/IMG] First glass in a few weeks!
a nutella, peanut butter, strawberry jelly and marshmallow fluff sandwitch on whole weat toast, cheddar sunchips, spicy doritos and jalapeno pretzles. thoughts: fuck
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