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Sookee
good luck with that.

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Baked beans with sliced hot dogs.

*shakes head*

it wasn't so good.

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Tuna steak with alfredo sauce on a bed of angel hair pasta, with aspagus spears sauteed with black truffles in white wine, and a glass of white zinfandel. Dessert was fresh blueberries, raspberries, and nectarine cubes in a coconut milk glaze. Damn, getting invited to dinner has seldom been so good. Had to come home and inject some more insulin, but it was worth it.

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beef tataki.

i've never had it before, and since i like my steaks rare, i really enjoyed it.

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Smoked brisket, baked beans 'n' yellow tater salad. Basically covers all the food groups.

Amen.

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Toast and a brew

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quote:
Originally posted by Sookee
Baked beans with sliced hot dogs.

*shakes head*

it wasn't so good.



Why would you slice hot dogs, why?

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Sookee
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I hadn't been to the Market to buy buns. I know,lesson learned.

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Oh shit. The question is what did I NOT eat?

Thanksgiving dinner is not for pussies.

Amen.

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Roasted pork with broccoli in cheese sauce. Iced tea.

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Sound like a disgusting iced tea.

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An apple, some bits of cheddar cheese, and a glass of hot cider.

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Chicken and dumplings, turnip greens, and steamed yams. With coffee and apple cobbler for dessert.

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Just had six White Castle burgers.

Amen.

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birthday lime pie

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A minute steak, eggs scranbled with onion and cheese, multi-grain toast, coffee.

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creole red beans and rice.

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potato soup and bacon, 3 pints of coffee

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Sixteen bean soup with diced ham, iced tea. A piece of peanut brittle for dessert.

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i tried making rice pudding for the first time, but alas, it did not turn out well.

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How about tapioca pudding?

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haven't tried that.

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I think you'd really like it. If you're interested in trying it, find a recipe on the internet, get your ingredients, and go for it. It's easy to make.

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Sookee
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Grilled chicken caesar salad with a tall glass of water with lemon.

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Yogurt with blueberries/strawberries/hemp granola

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quote:
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i tried making rice pudding for the first time, but alas, it did not turn out well.


use arborio rice. it's my secret weapon for making the best goddamn rice pudding in the South.

I make tons of variants on rice pudding, too - maple pecan, gingerbread, coconut, classic w/ raisins, rum raisin, fig & walnut, cherry brandy, apple cinnamon, pumpkin pecan, pear ginger, and more.

Very easy to adjust. Just have to be creative and vary your mix-ins/extracts accordingly.

edit to add: I've also found that leaving it int he fridge for at least 24 hours allows the ingredients to meld better. The flavour is much better after a day or so. It's good fresh and warm, but I prefer it cold.


this is a good basic recipe to use. the rest is all creative mixing:
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/...cipe/index.html

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