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You are what you eat !! whats your favorite foods

Discussion in 'The Attic' started by Reefer, Jun 18, 2012.

    Jun 18, 2012
  1. Reefer

    Reefer Experienced Member

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    painter
    Location:
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    since cm has a massive international forum base i was just wondering what you dudes eat day to day.
    im form manchester uk so i get my fair share of donner kebabs indian and chineise takeaways with the ocasional dominoes thrown in to spice it up but i really should start eating better.
    so what can you inspire me with be it healthy or junk i like my cooking when i can be arsed ha so lets have some exotic recipes plz:thumbsup:
     
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  2. Jun 18, 2012
  3. BingoT

    BingoT Nurses love to give shots webmeister

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    Hartford,Ct
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  4. Jun 18, 2012
  5. Reefer

    Reefer Experienced Member

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    mmmm some nice sounding recipes there ive never tried meat loaf so i may give that ago one day and the grilled chicken casino sounds nice allso damb im hungry now i think im going to have to get an indian takeaway not a masala though its it bit to sweet for me ..
    lamb + chicken tikka with a seek kebab 2 onion bhajis a madras source chips and a bottle of coke ;)
     
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  6. Jun 18, 2012
  7. harrys99

    harrys99 Dormant account

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    First of all Reefer this thread is making me seriously hungry LOL.

    Nothing beats a big old stockpot of Chili. There are tons of variations to the recipe. Make it on Saturday or Sunday and eat off of it for a week. That's my kind of cooking:p
     
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  8. Jun 19, 2012
  9. Jasminebed

    Jasminebed Closer to 100 than Birth

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    I wish I was Cheesecake

    Today I've been oatmeal and some prunes, a scrambled egg sandwich and now beer.

    But I love to cook and have a blog here with a few of my originals http://www.casinomeister.com/forums/blogs/jasminebed/

    There's a group also with a bunch of recipes, but it's been a little inactive recently. http://www.casinomeister.com/forums/groups/big-cook-book.html

    Since I cook for one, I try to plan left-overs, or freeze so I have something without resorting to TV dinners. Although I could scarf down a Hungryman Salsbury Steak right now.

    My discretionary budget I'd mostly rather spend on gambling than take-away, so I'm forced to cook.

    Sundays I always make something extra nice for myself, I have since I first moved out of home 30 plus years ago. Tried something new yesterday, a Tea-Smoked Salmon on the bbq, and it was a success. I hope to share the recipe with you soon.

    Tomorrow is my birthday, and I think the menu is Irish Coffee and doughnuts, then a grilled cheese quesadilla for lunch, then beer and chips and more beer and more chips. Then bed and some aspirin.

    The next day is probably back to oatmeal and prunes, and maybe some dry toast, lol.
     
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  10. Jun 19, 2012
  11. oldtrvlagt

    oldtrvlagt Dormant account

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    I tried this a couple of weeks ago and my Son (33 and a somewhat picky eater said he would pay money for it):) I took that as a compliment as he, my daughter-in-law and my husband ate it all!

    It really is worth the effort!:thumbsup:
     
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  12. Jun 19, 2012
  13. secret2

    secret2 irishbrit62 MM

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    Location:
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    If you like Pork and if you like garlic, then buy a Pork roast and make holes big enough to place a garlic clove into each hole....I mean ALL over...slow roast it and it is THEEEE best.

    Serve with roasted pots and string beans with balsamic vinegar. OR peas with balsamic vinegar.......omg...I miss the UK...add some Yorkshire pud, too. lol.

    Please make the gravey from meat and veg juice and NOT from Bisto. Thanks.:p


    The Sunday roast, I miss so much as a tradition as it was in the UK for me back then.
     
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  14. Jun 19, 2012
  15. chayton

    chayton aka LooHoo CAG PABnonaccred webmeister

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    My signature recipes are BBQ pork ribs and stuffed mushrooms - usually get asked to bring one or the other for family dinners.

    My mushroom recipe: get some big mushrooms, take the stems and chop them into little bits, brush the caps with olive oil (and garlic if you like it) and lay them out on a baking pan. Cook up some ground italian sausage with the chopped up mushroom stems, little bit of celery and/or onion if you want. Once that's done, drain it throw it in a bowl and while it's still hot, add some grated mozza and parmesan. Mix it up til it's a gooey mess and throw a spoonful or so into each mushroom cap. Any leftover filling just stick in the spaces between the mushrooms. Throw a bit more mozza on the whole thing and toss it in the oven for about 15 minutes until the mushrooms are hot and the cheese is all melty. Definitely not diet food, but oh man, they're yummy!

    I've also made them with shrimp and crab meat (less mozza and more parmesan and garlic) and made vegetarian ones with red pepper, celery and chopped portabella with extra garlic. Those are good too.

    What we normally eat in the summer is anything you can cook on a firepit - steak, burgers, chicken, fish. In the winter more stews, roasts and anything that keeps the oven going and warming up the house. Now I'm getting hungry too. :p
     
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  16. Jun 19, 2012
  17. secret2

    secret2 irishbrit62 MM

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    Sorry, i just had to go and EAT something!

    Very descriptive! I didn't have anything in the fridge but butter and bread rolls, right now...but you had my mind whirring and I could 'see' everything!

    You bad. ;)

    I can't wait to buy new cooking utensils and really start to cook.

    Great thread guys.:)
     
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  18. Jun 19, 2012
  19. butterflyboogie

    butterflyboogie Senior Member MM

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    . I love garlic so that sounds yummy, but what is Yorkshire pudding?
     
  20. Jun 19, 2012
  21. butterflyboogie

    butterflyboogie Senior Member MM

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    Those mushrooms sound wonderful. I'm going to make them for the 4th of July cookout. As far as what I eat, I live alone so I don't cook much, although tonight I fried up some potatoes with onions and made some spinach. :) My favorite dish at my favorite restaurant here in town is Rosemary chicken.
     
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  22. Jun 19, 2012
  23. chayton

    chayton aka LooHoo CAG PABnonaccred webmeister

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    ok here's something that I eat occasionally for a healthy(ish) snack - my old roomie used to eat celery with peanut butter and I thought he was nuts. I tried it and what do you know, I actually liked it. Still thought he was nuts though. :oops:
     
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  24. Jun 19, 2012
  25. skiny

    skiny Banned User - violation of <a href="http://www.cas

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    Coffee for breakfast. Potato chips for dinner.... It's a good thing I eat while I'm at work.
     
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  26. Jun 19, 2012
  27. BingoT

    BingoT Nurses love to give shots webmeister

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    Zucchini is almost fresh in the garden.
    I know you will like this.


    Tom's Zucchini Bread

    This is mine lol

    This will make 4sm or 2 lg breads
    3 Cups of flour
    1 Cup of oil
    2 Cups of sugar
    3 Beaten eggs
    1 tsp baking soda
    2 tsp of Vanilla
    1/2 tsp baking powder
    2 Cups Zucchini shredded
    1/4 tsp cloves
    1 tsp cinnamon
    1 tsp allspice
    1 tsp salt
    1 to or a little more cups of nuts (Walnuts)
    Bake @ 350 for 1 hour
     
  28. Jun 19, 2012
  29. Reefer

    Reefer Experienced Member

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    Zucchini bread

    yes that did catch my eye yesterday but i didnt no what a Zucchini was lol
    just looked it up now it seems to be like the cucumber that we have in the uk not sure if we have Zucchini though
    chayton them ribs and mushrooms sound absolutly pukka lol
    would deffo try the brazilian shrimp soup too
    yorkshire pud is made from batter and can be filled with meat veg gravy and whatnot
    i have to say my fav meat is lamb mmmm lambsteaks marinaded in garlic rosmary and mint
     
  30. Jun 19, 2012
  31. BingoT

    BingoT Nurses love to give shots webmeister

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    LOL this is so funny.
    My Wife was born & lived in the UK for many years & the first time she made me a salad she used zucchini & not a cucumber.
    Zucchini is an Italian thing but you can use it in salad too.
    A cucumber bread sounds Ewwwww lol
     
  32. Jun 19, 2012
  33. Redbet-Andy

    Redbet-Andy Dormant account - New account: AndyB-MrGreen

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    When I first moved to Malta I was a bit worried about what the food would be like (I'm from Merseyside).
    However on my first day I was introduced to the food of the Gods, one that combined almost all my dietary passions in one.
    A pie that's filled with mushy peas! It's called a pastizzi and if anyone ever introduced it to Wigan they'd be a millionaire overnight.


    Alas I can't find a decent curry or a good chippy...
     
  34. Jun 19, 2012
  35. Reefer

    Reefer Experienced Member

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    sounds like a rival for the pea fritter barm
    used to see alot of people getting pies on a barm lol never really bothered myself
    ive not tried a deep fried marsbar either :)
     
  36. Jun 19, 2012
  37. Casinomeister

    Casinomeister Forum Cheermeister Staff Member

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    Food is very important in our house. We have four meals a day. Breakfast, Lunch, Coffee & Cake, Dinner. Not much processed food - most of what we eat is organic - home cooked meals. All cakes are from scratch and not too sweet. I'm a lucky guy and have all meals at home with the family.

    Breakfast on weekdays we have musli (cold cereal - cheerios, cornflakes, oatmeal, etc) with fruit. Whole grain bread with marmalade. Coffee or tea.

    Breakfast on Saturday is Broetchen fresh from the bakery with cold cuts/marmalade - fresh pastries.

    Breakfast on Sunday is French Toast (I make killer French Toast).

    Lunch: The main course of the day (hot meal) is lunch. A typical lunch menu for the week looks like this:

    Monday - Spaghetti/Tortellini
    Tuesday - Spiegeleier mit Spinat und Kartoffeln (fried eggs with creamy spinach and potatoes)
    Wednesday - Lasagna
    Thursday - Rice dish with Thai chicken veggies and sauce
    Friday - Kartoffeln Pfannkuchen (potato pancakes) and/or fish

    Lasagna is for lunch today :D

    Lunch on Saturday is usually something simple (sandwiches with leftover Broetchen) Since we either grill or go out Saturday night.

    Lunch on Sunday is usually a production number - Fleisch mit Knödel, Roladen with Red Cabbage, Tacos, or we go out :D

    Coffee and Cake: The third meal of the day. (between 3:30 and 5pm) Cakes made from scratch (wife and/or daughter). Sometimes torte, sometimes cheese cake, or red wine chocolate cake. And coffee of course.

    Dinner:
    Dinners on weekdays - breads and cold cuts, fresh veggies, cheese, wine - maybe some leftover lunch.

    Dinners on weekends - Friday is usually Pizza/Movie night. Saturday maybe grillin'. Sunday grillin or chillin' with cold cuts, bread etc.

    Obviously in Meisterland, one must stay active or get fat. We like to eat :p
     
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  38. Jun 19, 2012
  39. Pinababy69

    Pinababy69 RIP Lisa

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    Jeezus Bryan!!! If I ate like that, I'd weigh 500 pounds, lol. Can I borrow your wife for a week or two? :D
     

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