Why don't you just eat a healthy, balanced diet then?
Sounds like you need some help. It sounds very unhealthy.
pls no more off topic
I had scrambled eggs but I never seen to have any decent bread with it. I'm going to make parma chicken later and if turns out good I'll take a picture of it.
there we go, was nice.
I had some shabu shabu for dinner, it's really easy and healthy, plus it's really good.
Basically you just put thin beef, veggies, mushrooms, noodles, etc. in broth and then dip it in ponzu sauce.
[t] tags yo
Tried this for the first time today. I'm in love!
I just served myself up some noodles with some egg run into the noodles. Just read the thread about ramen, and its just amazing
Just burnt my toes
I need to stop cooking while drinking.
On the other hand my hashbrowns are delicious
Like Schwartzenegger said in Raw Deal, "You should not drink and bake...", though I myself had a custom-built rum-based cocktail, with cranberry, lime and this raspberry syrup mix, whilst baking some biscuits (cookies if you're American). I was downstairs and considering doing some washing up before my mother and sister got home the following day, and I decided to use this bag of mix for "Cinnamon Sugar Cookies"; however I decided to add a good amount of cocoa to make them chocolate and cinnamon. I mixed up the "dough" and then left it to cool in the fridge whilst I did the washing up; afterwards I felt accomplished, and cut out the circular shapes to bake in the oven. The girls came home a day earlier, since Cornwall got the wrong end of the toilet brush in regards to weather, and they seem to quite like the biscuits. Time well spent, I believe.
Also, in regards to the latest meal, I got a pizza out of the freezer and added some extra cheese, as well as some onion and the last of some "tinned ham" I got out many days prior, though I put them on one side only since my sister said she didn't like onion or spam, which was pretty much what the tinned ham was. I feel that the pizza turned out well. On earlier nights I cooked some bacon and used it as pizza topping, and that turned out well too.
I made Italian Chili; macaroni, pizza sauce, mozzerella, pepperoni and packets of crushed red pepper and parmesan. Good stuff mang.
Well I made a nice meal with leek, onions, mushrooms and some golden browned chicken thighs and drum sticks. Topped it off with chicken stock, white wine and a little greek yogurt and served with some fried gnocchi.
Really good, the meat was very tender.
A piece of birthday cake. I don't normally have birthday cake but my mum made me one. She kept going on about how it looks awful and will taste horrible, but it's delicious.
apples carrots and broccoli with ranch
i didn't put ranch on the apples
but it was good. i'm glad my folks started buying this kind of stuff again. my sister won't touch it, but that's okay. more for me.
quick personal tip if you get tired of eating boring buttered popcorn:
if you have left over packets of parmesan cheese and chili peper flakes from pizza night or whatever, dump a few packets of those things in your popcorn and mix it all up. It tastes amazing.
Of course if you don't like it spicy you can leave out the pepper flakes.
Today's lunch was a nice little thing; I used some fingerly slices of homemade bread in conjunction with a sheet of gouda, some parma ham, bit of tomato puree and a dash of Worcester sauce; the result that came out of the oven were 4 teeny "finger pizzas" that tasted pretty great, they would go down well as entrees. The bread in question didn't rise as much as it should have, BUT it did taste pretty malty.
Also, I had a largish Maryland cookie for afters.
A single double stuff oreo.
Yes that's right, one. I didn't think it was possible until today.
For brunch today, I decided to do something a little different. Instead of using a Ciabatta to make egg-in-the-basket, I cut it up into soldiers, mixed up two eggs with a bit of salt and pepper, dipped the soldiers into the egg mix and put them in a hot pan. The result was french toast, otherwise known as eggy bread in the UK, but eggy bread makes it sound like something a mother would cook up for her 8 year old sons, so I prefer the term french toast.
Not sure where to put this but got my self a cheap blender as ive been making tikka masala sauce recently
£15 Tesco comes with multiple attachments (whisk / hand blender) Its a tad small (I just about fitted 4 portions into the blender) Its great for a tight budget though.
For dinner I had some rice with bulgogi and mushrooms. The rice was terrible, because I hate rice from eating it everyday, but the rest was fine.
Saltine crackers with cheese and crushed up bits of spicy jerky ontop.
Duck confit with lentils :)
really easy to make surprisingly, just cleaning the fat off the duck is a bit messy.
oh and then I made some 10 min mango icecream (and I killed my spatula trying to push the mango down to puree more).
Tomato. Mozzarella. Olive Oil.
Shit was all up in my mouth and tasty as fuck. Couldn't find any Italian bread tho so I used some Rye vv
Garlic bread and eggplant Parmesan. 'Twas quite delicious,
cuban sandwich with saza 101
step 1: obtain ham and pork roast, swiss, mustard, mayo, and bread of choice (I prefer italian sliced)
step 2: take your pieces of bread, slather a bit of mayo and a little bit more of mustard - do this at your own personal taste - i go light on the mustard and therefore even lighter with the mayo, you want the mustard taste
step 3: put ham, pork, and cheese on, assemble, devour
10/10 would do again - if you have a publix near you I generally buy tavern ham and spanish pork roast. just ask the people at the deli and they'll be more than happy to cut that shit up for you!
Samyang Ramen Noodles, last night for dinner.
step back in awe at lazy cooking
it's potatoes with falukorv
it tasted wonderful with heinz ketchup though
Spam croissant sandwich. Shit was pretty dialed.