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Re: Post Up What You Had For Dinner
« Reply #44 on: October 17, 2015, 02:00:24 PM »
Nothing! I have a broken rib and eating hurts.

I'm sure this is all part of the cosmic joke.

How'd you break a rib?
Feel better

The front door lock broke and the locksmith was going to take 4 hours to get to us. At this point it was getting cold and dark and Milly was starting to freak out.So,I put the door through with my shoulder-the rib was collateral damage in my epic confrontation with the door.

It's amazing how much we're beholden to inanimate objects!!

Dude did you try kicking it (whole body while following through) towards the upper right corner (a little bit above the doorknob)?  Usually that works just as well without causing injury
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Re: Post Up What You Had For Dinner
« Reply #45 on: October 18, 2015, 09:29:22 AM »
My BAE did an AWESOME job
With dinner tonight

He made southern fried chicken
Twice backed potatoes
With Cajun gravey and sour cream
Green beans

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Re: Post Up What You Had For Dinner
« Reply #46 on: October 18, 2015, 11:00:11 AM »
Chili over elbow macaroni with shredded cheese & sour cream on top.    I'm sure I violated a whole bunch of chili purest rules since it had both ground beef & kidney beans in it.   Comfort food.  Was cold from sitting out in a football stadium today our team won but it was a borrrring game and it was windy & in the 40's.

Then for dessert my special autumn homemade treat:  apple & berry crisp made with honeycrisp apples + raspberries, cherries & blackberries.  (if you can get Honeycrisp apples they are SO good.  The best!   Developed at the University of Minnesota in the 1990's I think (?)  Tart but a little sweeter than a mcintosh apple  so not sooo tart.    We went to an apple orchard in the country the other day.    The topping for the dessert has oats, brown sugar, flour and butter & it bakes the top into a caramel-y crunchy goodness. 
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Re: Post Up What You Had For Dinner
« Reply #47 on: October 19, 2015, 03:21:47 AM »
My BAE did an AWESOME job
With dinner tonight

He made southern fried chicken
Twice backed potatoes
With Cajun gravey and sour cream
Green beans

I LOVE WHEN a man who can cook

I'm genuinely jealous of your relationship, you both sound cool. It seems in the dating world past 35 women are either totally against drugs or complete crack whores.

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Re: Post Up What You Had For Dinner
« Reply #48 on: October 19, 2015, 03:46:48 AM »
The wife has chili in the crock pot right now. I look forward to having some in a little while.

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Re: Post Up What You Had For Dinner
« Reply #49 on: October 19, 2015, 03:51:54 AM »
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Re: Post Up What You Had For Dinner
« Reply #50 on: October 19, 2015, 03:59:35 AM »
Nothing! I have a broken rib and eating hurts.

I'm sure this is all part of the cosmic joke.

How'd you break a rib?
Feel better

The front door lock broke and the locksmith was going to take 4 hours to get to us. At this point it was getting cold and dark and Milly was starting to freak out.So,I put the door through with my shoulder-the rib was collateral damage in my epic confrontation with the door.

It's amazing how much we're beholden to inanimate objects!!

Dude did you try kicking it (whole body while following through) towards the upper right corner (a little bit above the doorknob)?  Usually that works just as well without causing injury

Sadly,we live in a basement flat and there's no room to kick the front door in-I knew there was a risk of injury when I used my shoulder,but as I say,Junior was freaking out and I just wanted in quickly. On reflection it was a dumb move.

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Re: Post Up What You Had For Dinner
« Reply #51 on: October 19, 2015, 08:20:25 AM »
Chili over elbow macaroni with shredded cheese & sour cream on top.    I'm sure I violated a whole bunch of chili purest rules since it had both ground beef & kidney beans in it.   Comfort food. 

I, for one, love chili mac! Just the way you described it! One of the only things I miss about cold weather falls, the comfort food associated with it! We still make it here, just isn't the same till January.

As for our dinner tonight...
I used an oven cooking bag, threw in a sliced vidalia
And few tblsp flour then the pork loin chops and a pkg of savory onion
Soup mix. Plus a cup or so of water. 
(Makes the base for an awesome gravy!)
Some quick white rice and buttered very early peas (they must be very early)
Trying to integrate our food into a four year olds diet of chef boy ardee and mac n cheese!
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Re: Post Up What You Had For Dinner
« Reply #52 on: October 19, 2015, 05:00:35 PM »
finished some stims earlier, daily Olanzapine, daily tapered 'done dose (17.5 mg) and a few bongs of impressive pot.

some real fruit cocktail breakfast juice and lots of ICED milk coffee.
on a starvation diet, totally unplanned - i just lost my appetite.
need to lose weight.

later ... one roll-up smoke.
more pot.
more iced caffeine milk to base me out  ::)

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Re: Post Up What You Had For Dinner
« Reply #53 on: October 20, 2015, 05:56:56 PM »
Going to a local diner about to fuck up some French Toast, high as fuck. 8)

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Re: Post Up What You Had For Dinner
« Reply #54 on: October 21, 2015, 07:20:12 AM »
Ya know Chip
Even tho I get seasonal depression
But the one things
I defo love about this time of year
Is that it's harvest time
I love my medical
And I've been smoking down
I'm really hoping that smoking
So much
Will help me thru this
Forced taper I am doing
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Re: Post Up What You Had For Dinner
« Reply #55 on: October 21, 2015, 07:23:37 AM »
My BAE did an AWESOME job
With dinner tonight

He made southern fried chicken
Twice backed potatoes
With Cajun gravey and sour cream
Green beans

I LOVE WHEN a man who can cook

I'm genuinely jealous of your relationship, you both sound cool. It seems in the dating world past 35 women are either totally against drugs or complete crack whores.

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Or
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I'm down with mine

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Re: Post Up What You Had For Dinner
« Reply #56 on: October 21, 2015, 08:56:27 AM »
DoD and / or Hero1:

I forgot to ask this on Sunday when Hero was talking about that chicken dinner he made for you both, but what's the deal with eating meat?   :P   I thought you both were vegetarians. 
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Re: Post Up What You Had For Dinner
« Reply #57 on: October 21, 2015, 10:04:28 AM »
We will  occasionally
Eat white meat
Like when we have guests
Mostly chicken and fish.
Being in the country
The veggies are just way better then the meat
HeAd eats it ways it more then I do.
And it's usually 2 times a month.
Popeyes fried chicken is my guilty pleasure.
We are just not in the meat with every meal.
And seeing factory beef and pork
Well that's just a no go
The chicken was killed fresh.
We know people who keep them just for that reason.
I butchered it my self.
So strict no meat wouldn't be the way to put
More like very aware that it's a life we are eating.
Like for dinner tonight
I.had avacoda sandwiches

We only eat once a day
Then snack on fruit
And other non meats
Along the day.

I am very aware of the textures between meat and plants.
So I just kinda smile
And swallow
« Last Edit: October 21, 2015, 10:12:03 AM by hero 1 »
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Re: Post Up What You Had For Dinner
« Reply #58 on: October 21, 2015, 11:25:13 AM »
We will  occasionally
Eat white meat
Like when we have guests
Mostly chicken and fish.
Being in the country
The veggies are just way better then the meat
HeAd eats it ways it more then I do.
And it's usually 2 times a month.
Popeyes fried chicken is my guilty pleasure.
We are just not in the meat with every meal.
And seeing factory beef and pork
Well that's just a no go
The chicken was killed fresh.
We know people who keep them just for that reason.
I butchered it my self.
So strict no meat wouldn't be the way to put
More like very aware that it's a life we are eating.
Like for dinner tonight
I.had avacoda sandwiches

We only eat once a day
Then snack on fruit
And other non meats
Along the day.

I am very aware of the textures between meat and plants.
So I just kinda smile
And swallow


Thanks for explaining.  I wasn't trying to be sarcastic or anything by asking.  I was just generally curious b/c I know you both said you were vegetarians.  I think fish and chicken are decent options for the only meat you'll eat. 

Also, I forgot to say this when you asked me.  I LOVE Popeye's chicken strips.  I'm not a huge on-the-bone chicken fan, so I prefer boneless.  But I like their chicken strips b/c they're freshly made, the breading is crispy and not too heavy, and I love the spiciness of the flavor.  I usually get the spicy strips.  The original are good too, but I like that the spicy strips have been marinated in some kind of red, spicy seasoning, then breaded and fried. 

As for their other stuff, it's okay I guess.  I've had their fries.  They're okay, but not great IMO.  I've had their breaded spicy shrimp before.  I didn't think it was all that great.  It was good, but not great IMO.  The shrimp was overcooked, and they were too heavily breaded.  Their biscuits are okay too, but I don't like them nearly as much as McDonald's biscuits.  Those aren't great either, but I think they're yummier for fast food biscuits.  I like sausage biscuits from McDonald's occasionally. 

I know you said you liked their red beans and rice.  I'm sure it's good.  Lots of people like red beans and rice.  I'm just not one of them.  I like rice, but I just can't get behind beans.  The only kind of beans that I like are lima beans.  I'm not even a huge fan of green beans. 
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Re: Post Up What You Had For Dinner
« Reply #59 from previous page: October 21, 2015, 01:32:00 PM »
The beans are real creamy
Not like lima beans on rice
Red beans and rice
Is standard Monday lunch in the big easy.
White beans and rice with fish on Fridays
Any cafe worth it's salt
That's on the specials off the day

I'm.with you too on that
The chicken spicy
And the beans and rice
The rest of that crap
Is not Cajun food
« Last Edit: October 21, 2015, 01:34:12 PM by hero 1 »
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