1. Post #481
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    December 2006
    18,447 Posts
    footlong meatball marinara

    and i'm not even hungry for tea, brilliant!
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  2. Post #482
    Connoisseur of Maple Syrup, Guns, and Sex Toys
    Dennab
    August 2008
    5,053 Posts
    At work, ran over to Backyard Burger for lunch.

    Texas Melt burger (1/4 burger with cheese, bacon, sautee'd onions, and regular onions), waffle cut fries, and a strawberry lemonade. So good.
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  3. Post #483

    May 2011
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    Currently it's in the oven, but I'm making a pizza
    Forgot I posted here, the pizza was great
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  4. Post #484

    July 2011
    2,327 Posts
    ueh

    dont you think thats a bit too much cheese?
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  5. Post #485
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    January 2012
    14 Posts
    Awww yeah !
    Ordered Mega Mac (Same with big mac, but with 4 burger paddies)
    Jumbo French Fries, Jumbo Coke
    and McDippers (3 really big finger crunchy chicken breast meats)

    I was really hungry :P

    After meal edit: after i order this, every time i think the same ! "Why the hell i ordered this much food !??" and "Why the hell i drink all that coke (0.75 Lt) !?!?"
    anyways, it was the best burger i ate in McDonald's, last time it wasn't that much good.

    I can say that McDonald's makes addiction to itself. I try not to eat from there anyways.
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  6. Post #486

    May 2011
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    ueh

    dont you think thats a bit too much cheese?
    No, I actually think I might put more next time.
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  7. Post #487
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    May 2008
    6,445 Posts
    ueh

    dont you think thats a bit too much cheese?
    You can never have too much cheese.
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  8. Post #488
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    September 2009
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    18 Cans of Jim Beam, half a slab of meat lovers pizza, a quarter of a huge Birthday Cake and god knows how many dim sims, I feel sick but god damn that was fun.
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  9. Post #489
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    July 2011
    1,856 Posts
    Calamari and Pirate's Booty, can't get enough of them both.
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  10. Post #490
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    April 2010
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    Awww yeah !
    Ordered Mega Mac (Same with big mac, but with 4 burger paddies)
    Jumbo French Fries, Jumbo Coke
    and McDippers (3 really big finger crunchy chicken breast meats)

    I was really hungry :P

    After meal edit: after i order this, every time i think the same ! "Why the hell i ordered this much food !??" and "Why the hell i drink all that coke (0.75 Lt) !?!?"
    anyways, it was the best burger i ate in McDonald's, last time it wasn't that much good.

    I can say that McDonald's makes addiction to itself. I try not to eat from there anyways.
    Why the hell would one eat that much from McDonalds?

    Anyway, I just had my first lion bar, tasted amazing
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  11. Post #491

    May 2011
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    You can never have too much cheese.
    Rebutting this with my newest pizza
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  12. Post #492
    Chief of facepunch medical staff
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    December 2006
    18,447 Posts
    sorry but that really doesn't look very appetising :c
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  13. Post #493

    May 2011
    1,095 Posts
    sorry but that really doesn't look very appetising :c
    Yeah I should of left the cheddar out


    It tastes better with just mozza anyways, imo
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  14. Post #494
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    June 2010
    6,357 Posts
    Yeah I should of left the cheddar out


    It tastes better with just mozza anyways, imo
    Try mozza/provolone, shit's great.
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  15. Post #495
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    May 2008
    6,445 Posts
    I love cheese. Even that look quite appetising to me
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  16. Post #496
    Chief of facepunch medical staff
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    December 2006
    18,447 Posts
    hey, i love cheese too, i really do

    but when there's that amount on a pizza it stops being a pizza and starts being fondue on bread

    which is not as nice as pizza
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  17. Post #497
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    June 2010
    6,357 Posts
    I made chili the other day and added way too much brown shugga. Tasted like shit. Today I made new chili that is hot as hell.
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  18. Post #498
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    February 2010
    1,255 Posts
    French toast with cuts from a baguette + bacon
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  19. Post #499

    May 2011
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    I made chili the other day and added way too much brown shugga. Tasted like shit. Today I made new chili that is hot as hell.
    Sugar in chili? What?
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  20. Post #500
    Chief of facepunch medical staff
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    December 2006
    18,447 Posts
    little pinch of sugar added to a lot of spicy dishes is a nice little addition
    thai curries definitely benefit from a little
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  21. Post #501
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    February 2010
    1,255 Posts
    little pinch of sugar added to a lot of spicy dishes is a nice little addition
    thai curries definitely benefit from a little
    +1

    you also want to taste as you cook, you can get away with adding to little but struggle if you add to much.
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  22. Post #502
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    August 2009
    175 Posts
    Grilled pineapple sandwich with egg white, tomato, pickle, onion, lettuce, cheese, and olive. Surprisingly delicious.

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  23. Post #503
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    July 2008
    4,464 Posts
    I threw some Combination Pizza Rolls in the oven, took 6 of them and put them in the middle of a grilled cheese sandwich with two slices of American cheese and a shredded mozzarella stick.
    It was really good.
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  24. Post #504
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    September 2005
    2,456 Posts
    Grilled pineapple sandwich with egg white, tomato, pickle, onion, lettuce, cheese, and olive. Surprisingly delicious.

    Is pineapple sandwich a thing or did you just invent that? Because it sounds pretty weird tbh.

    I just had some leftover ham and asparagus from Easter
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  25. Post #505
    What's brevity?
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    June 2006
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    The last meal I had and made, that'd be a little something I call a Haggis Omelette. Yep, that's right, an omelette with haggis in it, as well as a slice of cheddar thrown in for good measure. (because screw my vascular system)

    I went down to make myself some lunch, mum suggested I use some eggs to make an omelette, and also said I could have half of the cooked haggis that was in the fridge. Naturally, I put two and two together, mixed some haggis into some egg mixture, popped it into the pan, and things got cooking. It was kinda hard to work with, since the pan was small and the mixture wasn't as easy to work with as say a fried egg, but I managed to get it ready to turn over, and then I decided to add some cheese, so I did just that, popping a slice in before turning it over.

    All in all I quite enjoyed it, even though my arteries might disagree. Would make again if I had the free resources.
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  26. Post #506
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    March 2009
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    The last meal I had and made, that'd be a little something I call a Haggis Omelette. Yep, that's right, an omelette with haggis in it, as well as a slice of cheddar thrown in for good measure. (because screw my vascular system)

    I went down to make myself some lunch, mum suggested I use some eggs to make an omelette, and also said I could have half of the cooked haggis that was in the fridge. Naturally, I put two and two together, mixed some haggis into some egg mixture, popped it into the pan, and things got cooking. It was kinda hard to work with, since the pan was small and the mixture wasn't as easy to work with as say a fried egg, but I managed to get it ready to turn over, and then I decided to add some cheese, so I did just that, popping a slice in before turning it over.

    All in all I quite enjoyed it, even though my arteries might disagree. Would make again if I had the free resources.
    I take it your scottish, then?
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  27. Post #507
    Chief of facepunch medical staff
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    December 2006
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    i made a haggis pasta salad a while back

    it doesn't look that appealing, but it tasted AWESOME

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  28. Post #508
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    July 2011
    1,856 Posts
    Ham and swiss cheese sandwich from Panera, love it every time.
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  29. Post #509
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    February 2010
    1,255 Posts
    i made a haggis pasta salad a while back

    it doesn't look that appealing, but it tasted AWESOME

    Looks kinda dry, any light sauce, vinaigrette etc?
    Or does the haggis sorta carry it? Never tried haggis myself.
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  30. Post #510
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    December 2006
    18,447 Posts
    the haggis is quite rich and a bit oily so it didn't really need any accompanying sauce, the juices mixed in with the pasta and the salad

    but then i tend to like my food pretty dry anyway so others might have preferred it with a little something extra

    haggis is just a lovely rich, very peppery, savoury meat of sorts. i love it
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  31. Post #511
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    September 2005
    2,456 Posts
    I really want to try haggis, it's obviously not very common in America though.
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  33. Post #513
    What's brevity?
    ironman17's Avatar
    June 2006
    19,158 Posts
    I take it your scottish, then?
    Nope, i'm an Englishman, though I may have as much hair as the average Scotsman, and I enjoy the ever-popular Irn Bru that the Scots like. We just had some cooked haggis available, that's all.

    Also, last thing I ate today were two croissants, microwaved for a bit before eating. Nothing special, was only a basic breakfast, though I tend to forget to eat breakfast and lunch sometimes. I should probably try to knock up something for lunch; it's nearly 4 in the afternoon and I haven't eaten anything apart from those croissants.

    Update: Lunch has been acquired. Currently chowing down on an unhealthy home-made wrap, containing bacon, squeezable cheese, and brown sauce. I'm gonna go grab something green and healthy to balance out the sheer unhealthiness of this thing.

    Second Update: Orange has been acquired, as well as a slice of a very large jelly baby that my sister made. It's not exactly a jelly baby, and more like a big shape made out of jelly (that's Queen's English for gelatin desserts), and it's about as tough as jelly cubes, like some sort of jelly jerky. If astronauts were allowed jelly in space, this is probably similar to what they'd have.
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  34. Post #514
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    July 2006
    4,872 Posts
    Greek yogurt and California honey. Simple yet orgasmic.
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  35. Post #515
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    October 2008
    11,330 Posts
    I just ate some ribs for breakfest and had a large glass of Arnold Palmer ice tea.
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  36. Post #516
    What's brevity?
    ironman17's Avatar
    June 2006
    19,158 Posts
    Well, just had dinner, Mum made a sort of Thai curry with noodles, and I quite enjoyed it.
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  37. Post #517
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    September 2009
    326 Posts


    Wieners again.

    Just cut them however you think an octopus looks and fry them with oil.

    Don't ask why, please..
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  38. Post #518
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    August 2009
    175 Posts
    Is pineapple sandwich a thing or did you just invent that? Because it sounds pretty weird tbh.

    I just had some leftover ham and asparagus from Easter
    Yeah, I'm pretty sure pineapple sandwiches are a thing (look up the McDonalds Hula Burger).
    I may be the first to put boiled egg whites on it though.
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  39. Post #519
    What's brevity?
    ironman17's Avatar
    June 2006
    19,158 Posts


    Wieners again.

    Just cut them however you think an octopus looks and fry them with oil.

    Don't ask why, please..
    Seems creative, not bad.

    Lunch was a wrap with bacon and peanut butter. So many wraps to use, but limited resources to put in them. Dinner's likely to be a sort of sausage and bacon paella.
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  40. Post #520

    May 2011
    1,095 Posts
    I put mozza cheese on a hotdog and then threw it in the microwave

    It was good
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