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No. 1683306

Post random things you ate and why. A picture of the thing you ate is always appreciated. Please don't vent about your life here.

No. 1683309

Previous thread
>>1057483

No. 1683451

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>things you ate
Raspberry and gooseberry jelly (picrel, not my picture) with whipped cream.
>why
Recovering from surgery and can't eat anything solid but I'm still craving sweet things.
The raspberry one smelled disgusting and insanely gelatine-y when I was mixing and pouring it but the flavour was gorgeous and sweet. The exact opposite happened with the gooseberry one–it smelled like lemon and apples when I mixed it but now that I'm eating it, it barely has any flavour other than what I could only describe as "green and bland." Kind of disappointed, but the texture is nice and the whipped cream makes up for the lack of real flavour. I still have one packet of strawberry jelly, I hope it doesn't betray me like this.

No. 1683468

A salad made with romaine lettuce, dried cranberries, toasted walnuts, roasted cauliflower with balsamic vinegar. I'm having earl grey tea with a whisper of milk and vanilla sugar post din-din.

No. 1683543

My mom made a pizza with chicken and it's pretty good. Of course she will tell me what's the recipe because she never does.

No. 1683550

Toasted rye bread with poppy seeds, pepperoni, sunny side up eggs, cheese, roasted onions, salad and cucumber

No. 1683557

My new breakfast: overnight rolled oats with oat milk, chia seeds, maple syrup, plain yogurt, banana, peanut butter and a pinch of salt. It's delicious, nutritionally well balanced and very filling. My new fave. Yum.

No. 1683579

>>1683451
I hope your surgery went well nonnie, and I hope you can eat solid foods again soon.

No. 1683585

Eating the best quiche I've ever had, smoked bacon with apple butter, cheese grits, and toast with an oat milk latte while finishing the panneling and script for my oviposition fetish doujin with novelai. I my love life so mucj I'm about to cry. My favorite song is spoon by cibo matto.

No. 1683613

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Stewed lamb hearts with onion, leak, celery, turnip, herbs, beef marrow bone and ale. The lamb and beef was from a local organic farm, the ale was from a local brewery and everything else was from my garden.

No. 1683903

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Didn't have any type of ingredients that I can use to make a quick meal and I've spent too much on fast food this week, so I was forced to cook myself something that took like 3 hours. Neckbones and some random chicken garlic flavored rice I found in my pantry that I microwaved. Also had some instant coffee with milk, sugar and salt. No vegetables because I love being constipated, I felt like a cavewoman eating this because of that.

I hope nobody saw me post this in the old thread

No. 1683913

>>1683585
kyant find tha spooooooon that we once hadddd…the sugah cuuuube WILL MELT NO MO I'm pretending I didnt see that bit about the doujin

No. 1686912

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The serving size is 95 puffs for 240 calories. Good heat. Definitely don't need to eat 95 to feel like you're getting a decent snack.

Got back from camping this afternoon and my last breakfast was boiled potatoes and scrambled eggs with bagged coleslaw mix and shredded cheese on top

No. 1686916

>>1686912
>95 puffs
Wtf, how many servings are in one bag?

No. 1686965

>>1686912
these are like seasoned packing peanuts. yet you can also eat an entire bag of them and feel nothing. they defy time and space

No. 1687062

>>1686912
What does it taste like though? Anything similar?

No. 1687071

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>>1686916
only 2 lol

>>1687062
This is the closest thing I can think of. It's very corn forward with a good hint of chili. And like >>1686965 said, texture of what I imagine packing peanuts would feel like in my mouth.

No. 1687123

>>1687071
But is it enjoyable?

No. 1687564

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puffed rice is sooo good

No. 1687575

I got a burger, fried and some venezuelian cheese sticks (?) and the dipping sauces had a little bit of alcohol as an ingredient, it gave me explosive diarrhea and I could only eat half of my meal. Is this normal? Why does it always happen, I don't drink alcohol so I have no frame of reference.

No. 1687604

>>1687564
looks like maggots

No. 1687630

I ate an assortment plate of liver pate with capers on crackers, pickled green beans and asparagus, rumaki, jerky and some leftover relish tray veg

No. 1687642

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chorizo and egg burrito

No. 1688125

>>1687564
I own a bag of these with 0 memory of what I bought them for. Do you just eat them plain?

No. 1688612

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>>1688125
I think most people eat them with milk, like cereal (I eat them plain lol). But I highly recommend making caramel or cocoa cones out of them.

No. 1688617

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I ate a big bowl of minestrone with added chicken sausage, with garlic buttered ciabatta on the side. Very good.

No. 1688671

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I made lemon drizzle cake today. It was pretty good.

No. 1688695

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A chicken sandwich with cheese and a fried egg.
Only had stale bread so i had to toast it with some butter lol

No. 1688765

Thai coconut curry chicken soup, my stomach has been in knots but it seemed to help me calm down

No. 1688770

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roasted japanese sweet potato

No. 1688818

menemen!

No. 1688835

I got fresh sourdough bread from a bakery the other day and have been eating it throughout the week. Idk why I don’t buy fresh bread more often it’s so much better. Well I should make my own but lazy

No. 1689079

>>1688612
>caramel or cocoa cones
Sounds tasty, thanks anon! I'll try that out.

No. 1689165

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I just finished my creamy tomato chicken pasta that I made yesterday (something like picrel, but with tagliatelle and no spinach). It was sooo good.

No. 1689199

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croissant with ham and cheese

No. 1689291

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I made this tofu gochujang sauce but I added an extra chili to it and it turned out way too spicy, I’m a dumbass https://sarahsvegankitchen.com/recipes/gochujang-tofu/

No. 1689312

>>1689291
Double posting, it was delicious with rice though, 5/5 will make again

No. 1691006

>>1689199
Tu ne te rends pas compte de l'atrocité que tu commets, nona

No. 1693364

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Just had falafel for the first time!! I didn’t think it would be so paste-like (is it supposed to be like that?), but the texture didn’t bother me. I’m so happy I found a new thing I like since I’m a bit of a picky eater. Falafel!!!!!!

No. 1693589

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big ass bowl of chilled green grapes, so good when its hot out

No. 1694812

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S'mores, but with salty crackers instead of graham ones. It was fine, a bit bland - I should've used darker chocolate instead of a very milky one.

No. 1694940

>>1693364
You should try kibbeh, it's very delicious. It's like a meatball version of falafel.

No. 1695319

Potato wedges, I should ask my mom what herbs she uses though

No. 1696357

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Veggie pie (like a deep fried meat pie but vegan) into which I put homemade kimchi and pickled onions as an extra, it was soooo good

No. 1696360

>>1696357
I love kimchi anons, I ain't ever even had it, I just love you

No. 1696378

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bump

No. 1696387

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Eating these with milk right now enjoying life

No. 1696390

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Nongshim Red with an egg … I love slurping spicy noodles on a hot night with a fan blowing in my face

No. 1698069

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I ate broccoli, steak and a croissant. I meant to have eggs too but I don't have anymore.

No. 1698958

Chicken, broccoli and peppermint tea. Which would've been healthy if I hadn't had a fat splooge of rance with the chicken and broccoli and sugar in the tea. I can't drink unseetened tea though.

No. 1699138

>>1698958
Try adding honey instead of sugar, it’s healthier.

No. 1699596

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Abominable banana cookies that I made because I didn't want my overripe bananas to go to waste. They didn't come out as nice looking as picrel, and the flavor isn't bad but the texture is awful. I hate throwing out food though so I'll eat them.

No. 1699799

>>1699596
Same anon. After eating another one I take back what I said about the flavor not being bad, it is. I hate my cookies!!!!

No. 1699805

>>1698958
aspartame, sucralose, etc
>inb4 crunchies seething

No. 1699806

>>1699138
I honestly find that honey doesn't sweeten it the way I like. I don't even need a ton of sugar in my drinks, but whenever I've tried to use honey it takes a ton to get it up to a good sweetness level and when it is sweet enough I don't really care for the flavor. I just figure that it's better to use a little white sugar than like 50 jars of honey. I know it's not good for me though, I've cut back on sugar a lot.

No. 1699928

>>1699799
if the taste and texture repulse you and you wouldnt give then to someone else to eat, listen to your body and throw them away

No. 1699947

>>1699805
nta but fake sugar just has a nasty aftertaste to me, even the natural stuff like stevia.

No. 1699957

Just ate an entire mini pineapple pizza. Going through a food coma atm

No. 1699985

>>1699928
Yeah, you're right nonna. It just sucks that in an attempt to not waste a couple of bananas not only did I end up wasting them anyway, but I also wasted flour and chocolate. Oh well, you learn from your mistakes…

No. 1702032

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I really like the tru fru raspberries, but I decided to get the strawberries instead for once and the actual strawberry part of it tastes off. So I just ate the chocolate off of like 7 frozen strawberries and now I feel like a fatass

No. 1702085

Chicken breast pieces covered in bbq sauce, and now I'm eating them with ranch.

No. 1703037

>>1702032
chocolate from coated strawberries is so good though you have good taste nonacita

No. 1703110

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i’m trying to eat healthy but i don’t like lettuce or really any dressing so i use cauliflower and broccoli instead with a little bit of cheese and like 1 slice of bacon and it’s sooo yummy and keeps me way fuller than a salad im happy

No. 1703112

>>1703110
>cheese
>bacon
heart disease at 29

No. 1703113

>>1702032
I got these and the blueberry version. I like the blueberries better.

No. 1703121

>>1703112
ayrt, the picture is retarded but I couldn’t find any more accurate ones they were all midwestern fat mom ‘pasta salads’, 1 piece of shredded bacon is 40 cals and 1/4 cup of cheese, obviously in moderation it’s fine

No. 1703126

>>1703121
That sounds delicious. You keep enjoying your meal. I only really like vegetables in stews and soups myself.

No. 1703133

>>1703121
i'm not talking about the cals but about the ingredients themselves. fatty animal lard isn't good for your arteries

No. 1703163

>>1703112
>>1703133
Ntayrt, if you're getting heart disease at 29 because you consumed animal fats and dairy then it was probably in your genes and changing diet wouldn't have made a hell of a difference.

>t. waiting for my impending grave in my 30s like what assholes like you have been promising me, but alas

No. 1703166

>>1703133
NTA animal lard has been off the hook for years already as long as you eat clean and limit your calories. Highly refined oils (palm oil, soy, seed oils) on the other hand have been shown to be harmful due to the processing.

No. 1703186

I don't have a picture but I had the best chicken gyro I ever had in my life today. There was so much spices on the chicken and the sauce was so good. I never leave reviews but I had to leave the person who made my gyro a five star review. I didn't have time to eat or go grocery shopping today so when I finally had that meal I wanted to cry tears of joy. Thank you gyro chef

No. 1703225

>>1703133
Lard is delicious, animal fat is the best and most natural thing you can cook with.

No. 1703252

>>1703110
That sounds delicious anon, broccoli and bacon combo is so underrated. I think it's a great meal if you're trying to eat more healthy, you're on the right track. It's got fiber (unless you cook your veggies to death lol) but with some delicious fat so you feel both full and satiated. I love me some bacon and cheese.

No. 1703359

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Exposing myself as it is a regional thing, but Tudor's is my guilty pleasure. Feels like home.

No. 1703364

>>1703359
That looks fucking amazing.

No. 1703366

>>1703359
Oh my gooood, I love breakfast food. Now I'm hungry

No. 1703602

Made Shakshuka, had it with some sourdough toast. It was really good but I sturted eating too soon and burned a layer of skin off the roof of my mouth.

No. 1703603

>>1703359
Not to be hyperbolic but one of these right now would fix my whole goddamn life.

No. 1706410

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I've been on a kick of watching those ASMR asian baking channels on youtube so I made a japanese style strawberry shortcake (not the one pictured). I kind of got the feeling a lot of those aesthetic asian desserts are mostly for show and it would end up tasting disappointing but it was pretty good. Unusual though, the low sugar content is strange at first if you're used to western cakes.

No. 1708229

>>1706410
share the recipe, nona?
sticking to the topic: i've been kind of addicted to a really specific version of General Tso's Chicken I keep buying at the supermarket, I had some for dinner tonight and it scratches a particular itch for food that's sweet and spicy at the same time. Air frying the chicken makes it super crispy too. 10/10 I love this thread

No. 1708282

>>1706410
>Japanese strawberry shortcake
This is a misnomer, that's an American shortcake in picrel, but there is no "Asian shortcake". Those YouTube channels with the factory made European cakes are bizarre but unsurprisingly in east Asian circles weird and aggrandizing in their creepy eurocentricness. Asian cuisine doesn't have "cake" in the European sense unless you mean that disgusting moon cake shit that tastes like pith and unsweetened plant roots.

No. 1708287

>>1708282
No one cares

No. 1708291

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>>1708282
>disgusting moon cake shit
take it back you uncultured fool!!
jk nona ilu, thanks for leaving me moon cake

No. 1708296

>>1708282
Xenophobic cake luddite

No. 1708309

>>1708282
imagine being do wrong, and racist to boot. That is japanese cake. Asians make western cakes very different. they are not nearly as heavy and very light, fluffy.

No. 1708311

>>1708282
i love moon cakes.

No. 1708317

>>1708309
Anon has probably never been to an Asian bakery before. The strawberry shortcake you get from an Asian bakery is definitely different than if you were to get the same item from Wholefoods or Safeway for example

No. 1708372

>>1708309
>That is japanese cake.
>Asians make western cakes very different
So it's not Asian kek. The preparation doesn't make it fusion cuisine. I'm not taking back being racist to cakes, I will racially discriminate against cake topkek.

>>1708291
Repulsive and woody even through the image bleh.

No. 1711676

Leftover Turkish rice and cauliflower/paprika/tomato my boyfriends' mother gave me to eat at home ♥. Ate all of it and I still want more kek, what is it that you can use the exact same spices and techniques as someone else but it doesn't taste nearly as good when you make it yourself?

No. 1711738

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I eat pasta with sardines every single day. I love it. Safe to eat, easy and tasty.

No. 1711741

>>1711738
sardines are the best protein to go with pasta

No. 1711744

>>1711741
This is so good!! I'll keep going on with my holy sardines

No. 1711746

>>1711738
I like sardines right out of the tin with mustard. Also obsessed with tuna, anchovies and caviar. Canned fish is god tier protein.

No. 1711751

>>1711746
I have never eaten the other canned fish you talked about, but canned fish is so good, it's has a lot of flavor, different from fresh fish, that is good too, but the bitternes s of the canned sardine is crazy.

No. 1711806

Eating an Oreo funnel cake milkshake from shake shack. They’re literally like 1000 calories kek

No. 1712358

I made weird chocolate cookies you're supposed to make inthe waffle iron but I didn't like the texture so I turned the batter into graham crackers and they are so good and crunchy I'm gonna eat two more

No. 1717992

This video wouldn't leave me alone for the past year so I finally tried it and it's totally worth the hype, I don't love the regular nongshim flavor but this was really good. If you don't want to watch the video just throw some hot oil in half of the soup powder, vinegar, garlic and sesame and add the drained noodles.

No. 1717999

>>1683306
making vegetable gyozas with soy sauce right now :)( :))

No. 1718387

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Thanks to the nonnie who posted about Chinese earlier got some crispy beef and chicken lo mein. The beef isn't as spicy as I would like but the fried rice is god-tier.

No. 1720080

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I had a drink of warm almond milk with sugar and then put peanuts in it. It was like eating a fluffernutter sandwich but better.

No. 1720135

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I made some Montreal chicken and roasted potatoes for me and my mom today. It was very good.

No. 1720211

>>1717992
Sometimes I like to do half of the soup powder, some butter, and ketchup with my shin ramen but I’m also just a freak who loves ketchup

No. 1720825

Just ate a terrible croissant with almonds that I bought from university's cafe, almost made me feel mad

No. 1720839

>>1720135
I live in Montreal and have no clue what Montreal chicken is. Is it like just using Montreal steak spices as a rub? Montreal steak spices is best.

No. 1730140

>7 bananas
>2 slices of pizza
>two pieces of toasted honey wheat bread with egg yolk salad (literally egg yolk with mayo, salt, pepper, onion and pickles)

No. 1730143

>>1730140
Same and I forgot
>oatmeal with milk
I ate one of the 7 bananas with that as well. I actually ate all of this yesterday but I'm now feeling the effects of it.

No. 1730357

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2 pickles and 2 banana

No. 1730377

Creamed spinach
Grilled mackerel
A piece of baklava

It is getting cold and I am craving some pork greaves.

No. 1730390

I'm a turd goblin and having noodles with nuggets.

No. 1730483

Strawberry cream cake slice with a coffee,m for breakfast, starting the day as I mean to go; not giving a shit.

No. 1730533

I made Flammkuchen and covered half of the dough with smoked salmon and the other half with bacon bits. It was both pretty good. I'm keeping the leftovers for lunch tomorrow at work, it'll taste even better when reheated (like pizza the next day).

No. 1731137

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made mushroom risotto with parmesan cheese for lunch today, it was delectable nonnies.

No. 1731158

>>1731137
Sounds delicious

No. 1732407

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No. 1732426

I put a piece of American cheese in my instant ramen like koreans do, it was good. Next time I'll put 2.

No. 1732445

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No. 1732457

Made bangers and mash for dinner,no gravy cuz I didn't want to cook for half an hour. It was still yummy. I even have leftovers for lunch tomorrow at work.

No. 1732497

>>1732457
Why can't you guys just call it sausage and 'taters? Bangers and mash sounds like a euphemism

No. 1732501

>>1732407
are you a cat?

No. 1732503

>>1732497
It's "purée saucisses" in my mother language, but that's booooooring.

No. 1732505

>>1732407
Why is the outlet behind your stove so high up

No. 1733087

Today i had a slice of toast with caviar and boiled egg, coffee, diet coke, and a piece of chocolate. Pasta casserole with sausage and peppers for dinner yumyum. Probably beer too.

No. 1733518

For breakfast I had a croissant with blackcurrant jam. I don't know why but it was so fucking good, I almost felt like crying. Ended up skipping lunch because I was assembling furniture all day and didn't have time. But I made white chocolate, rasberry and hazelnut blondies that morning so I had one with a cup of tea as a snack.
Then for dinner I weebed out and made chicken katsu, okonomiyaki and miso soup. I don't care if they don't go together traditionally.
I didn't have a real kitchen for a long time now but I have one now and I'm constantly compelled to cook random shit. I guess there are worse hobbies to have.

No. 1733552

I just had a homemade burger, restaurant burgers just have a different flavor, I wonder if it’s the fat that makes them more flavorful.

No. 1733562

A little ashamed of my weeb food but homemade beef bulgogi rice bowl with kimchi, bean sprouts, and a fried egg. It's one of my favorite meals but I have to go to the asian grocery for ingredients so I don't have it as often as I'd like
>>1733518
I love blackcurrant, wish it was more common here

No. 1734403

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Had some escargot from the Lidl frozen section, they were yummy 10/10

No. 1734417

>>1734403
Would you like one from my back garden nonnie?

No. 1734581

I'm sick so my dad got me lentil soup and it's so good, thanks dad ♥
>>1733562
Nothing wrong with weeb food, sounds delicious nonna!

No. 1735600

>>1734403
oooh I was thinking about trying these myself

No. 1735882

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No. 1735887

>>1733562
how is that very Korean dish weeb food?

No. 1735888

>>1735882
did you at least salt the egg

No. 1735890

>>1735888
That would be absurd

No. 1735895

>>1735887
Maybe they mean koreaboo? k-boo? k-weeb? There hasn't been a good meme making fun of people who like korean webtoons and things like that, so they put themselves under the "weeb" umbrella.

No. 1739510

Had meatless Chili con carne, where oatmeal replaces the meat. Twas alright, at least I'm full. And I had a nice peppermint tea to help with digestion as a "dessert".

No. 1742338

File: 1698525668010.jpg (688.86 KB, 1656x2372, CT-Fall2022-hero-image-mobile.…)

Was pleasantly surprised by how good this was, the flavour was really nice and even a little spicy. I wish there was a chatime closer to me because I want another one already kek

No. 1742370

got a hot pan of home made brownies coming out of the oven in 20 minutes, first time i've made brownies from scratch with choco chips in them so i hope it turns out okay

No. 1743558

I made so much food this weekend.
Scones, which I had with jam and clotted cream. They were really quick and easy to make, I had forgotten since I hadn't made them since making them with my mum as a kid. They all disappeared really quickly due to family taking them.
Miso butternut squash soup. I generally make a huge batch of soup at the weekend to heat up for lunch in the week. I made way too much though.
Bacon egg and cheese toasties which I had for dinner both nights becuase I had a pack of bacon I needed to use up.
Also a ginger loaf cake with lemon glaze. It's still cooling so I haven't iced it yet. I didn't have any lemons so I'm using some really concentrated lemon tea for the glaze instead.

No. 1743564

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>>1743558
Hey uh, wanna get married?

No. 1743575

>>1743558
These all sound delicious. Hope you had fun making all these foods. I'm jealous

No. 1744320

ate some homemade dumplings and cherry flavored yogurt, feel blessed and truly happy

No. 1744847

Japanese curry made with carrots, potatoes and ground beef. I never thought to use ground beef in japanese curry like that but I saw it used online and tried it since I had everything lying around and it was actually really good. Normally I'd use chicken, but I know that beef is the usual meat used over there when making curry at home and I can see why, the flavours go well together.

No. 1744863

Plain buttered toast. Going on a tight budget at the moment while trying to get a job and honestly, bread and butter fucks. Might toast up another slice and put some egg on it later. Nom.

No. 1744884

>>1744863
I love putting some cinnamon and a little bit of white sugar on buttered toast mmmmm

No. 1744905

>>1744863
When I was really poor I used to eat toast for pretty much every meal.
Either with eggs or bacon or both made into a sandwhich, with peanut butter, or dipped into soup.

No. 1744920

>>1744905
Butter and peanut butter all melted on a piece of toast is fucking heavenly

No. 1748722

File: 1698934150665.jpeg (93.51 KB, 570x570, IMG_6563.jpeg)

Tasted this for the first time with some noodles, it’s SO GOOD OMG

No. 1748756

>>1748722
there's a chicken flavor one too

No. 1748882

>>1744884
My uncle used to do that for me when i was small and i thought he was a wizard (of flavor)

No. 1749090

Imitation crab salad and now I want to kill myself.

No. 1750222

File: 1699043239957.jpg (94.97 KB, 736x981, salad.jpg)

So far, I think 7 cuties, 2 powdered donuts, a breakfast burrito, a ceaser salad and a watermelon with salt. Yum. I think I'll have a pulled pork sandwich for dinner. Or maybe a breakfast sandwich.

I know this isn't a discussion thread, but I haven't had a powdered donut since I was a kid before today and oohhh my god I did not remember them being so sweet. I genuinely remembered them being a subtle sweetness but they're like straight sugar so I was shocked.

No. 1750286

Today was long and I worked hard and worked out hard so I’m having a hot apple cider float and it is SO GOOD. Honeycrisp cider with lots of spices, a double shot of apple pie shots liquor, and a scoop of vanilla ice cream yummmmm the ice cream melts and creates this flavor combo that is like warm apple pie. This is the ideal autumn hot drink.

No. 1757947

File: 1699383087442.png (65.91 KB, 668x375, jimmy-dean-bowls-ham-cheese-br…)

Had an apple and a croissant, and eating this right now. I know it's irrational to buy something as easy to make as ham, eggs and potatoes, but these are good.

No. 1757968

I ate half a bottle of whiskey, 1/3 a pack of cigarettes and honestly, allegorically speaking you got nothing on me, i am like an iron dagger in a universe of marshmallows.

No. 1758001

File: 1699384694904.jpeg (573.2 KB, 1200x1600, IMG_2588.jpeg)

Enoki mushrooms

No. 1758075

>>1758001
I ate a bunch of these back in September and got really concerned that I was shitting worms. Then realized what it was. Anyways.

No. 1761831

File: 1699524603863.png (2.39 MB, 1920x1080, m0arsvwhpzf6c7kncwlb.png)

I used to make oat porridge for breakfast for like 10 years but now I’m hooked on plain yogurt. I fell for the marketing and used to think yogurt were for dieters but the one I buy is 3% fat (which is still only 67 kcal/100g lol) and it’s delicious and creamy and I’ve come to love the tanginess of it. It’s so low-effort to just buy a wholeass 1 kg carton of yogurt to keep in the fridge at work and bring whatever toppings I wanna add. I like adding some raisins and chopped up banana for a bit of sweetness and a shit ton of nuts (almonds, walnut, pecan, whatever I have around). I eat this for my breakfast-lunch meal every day now. I love everything low-effort and don’t get bored of food easily so I’ll probably keep eating yogurt for the foreseeable future.

No. 1761853

>>1758068
Nonnie, are you a cat?

No. 1761885

>>1761853
Cats and Slavic grandmothers have so much in common

No. 1762052

File: 1699544015867.jpg (448.08 KB, 1322x1983, Tofu-Coconut-Curry-7.jpg)

Tofu coconut curry with garlic butter rice. This is SO GOOD omg

No. 1762062

>>1762052
recipe please?? I love a good curry and love tofu too.

No. 1762082

>>1762052
wow this looks delish

No. 1762119

>>1762062
Sorry anon I just winged it and cheated with a cheap ready made curry sauce lol.

For the curry I cubed marinated tofu, and fried them in hot oil. When the tofu cubes had some nice crust I set them aside and sprinkled over some spices and soy sauce. Then I roasted spices (chili flakes, cumin, curry powder, coriander powder) in oil and added chopped onion, garlic and cashew nuts. When those had roasted enough I added the ready made sauce, but you could just use even more spices, some vegetables and coconut milk. Adjusted salt with condensed vegetable stock, added grated ginger and let simmer for 5 mins. Last I added the fried tofu into the curry.

For the rice I rinsed my rice and added it to a rice cooker with vegetable stock and lots of chopped garlic. When the rice was ready I added home made garlic butter and let it melt, then I fluffed the rice with a plastic spoon. This also seems like a good recipe for it https://apeachyplate.com/rice-cooker-garlic-rice/

>>1762082
It's not my pic nonny, it's from here if you are curious https://www.modernfoodstories.com/recipes/mains/tofu-coconut-curry-12/

No. 1763128

File: 1699572142668.gif (24.09 KB, 60x95, 1647378847561.gif)

Today I made pumpkin soup and pancakes with apple sauce and brown sugar. 10/10 very cozy and good.

No. 1763129

>>1734403
Lidl snails sound terrifying. Glad they were good though.

No. 1763470

>>1763128
Sounds lovely nona, yum

No. 1763736

My Nigel an I made polish pickle soup cuz it's cold out and we love pickles. Shout out to Poland, I thought they'd perfected food with the pierogi but here they are again with another banger.

No. 1763739

File: 1699596291386.jpg (2.56 MB, 3072x4080, 1000000288.jpg)

>>1763736
Dropped pic

No. 1763752

>>1763739
I was scrolling by and I genuinely thought someone posted a picture of vomit in the toilet… sorry… I think it's the white bowl and ominous bathroom lighting

No. 1763772

>>1763739
What the fuck is that

No. 1763786

>>1763739
dont worry about the haters nonny your soup looks good, people shit on slavic food without ever trying it

No. 1763794

File: 1699599042953.jpg (139.3 KB, 1200x1200, 1000004480.jpg)

>>1763786
No it's a bad picture, I was just excited about my soup lol. Here's a nice picture for everyone, but yes I do get a lot of weird looks irl when I say I'm making borscht or pickle soup like sorry the food isn't ~aesthetic~ it tastes good and is nutritious!

No. 1768347

File: 1699804944159.jpg (7.61 KB, 275x183, fwef.jpg)

These fuckers are so good I'm probably gonna devour the whole packet, pray for me.

No. 1768366

I'm gonna make white chicken chili and cornbread later today. I'll post pics, I'm pregnant and anything tex-mex or Mexican is fucking godly atm. Like queso blanco is a religious experience.

No. 1768385

Ate a bunch of fried food, feeling sick right way. It's always llike that, why do I keep eating it

No. 1768398

>>1763794
Food is hard to photograph, it’s okay. I want to try dill pickle soup so bad

No. 1768401

>>1768347
i love their cinnamon thingies

No. 1768408

File: 1699808623022.jpeg (25.82 KB, 400x256, redbeanmochi2023.jpeg)

yass

No. 1768427

>>1768408
I never could like red bean paste, please explain why you like it

No. 1768458

>>1768427
It's creamy and sweet like a good custard but also slightly savory.

No. 1768596

>>1768408
I’ve been craving red bean mochi ice cream…

No. 1772811

File: 1700066017541.jpeg (356.73 KB, 1125x1668, IMG_6675.jpeg)

Summer rolls with soy marinated tofu and peanut sauce, it was so good I can die happy now

No. 1773072

File: 1700078355502.jpeg (548.51 KB, 828x791, IMG_8705.jpeg)

today i had carrots with tzatziki, vegan mozzarella sticks (not as good as the real ones sadly…the cheese in this brand is just way too melty!) and cappucino with apple spice drizzled and little chestnut praline sprinkles….oh im a lucky nonnie today! if i work up an appetite later i want to have some steamed zucchini with lemon and salt and pepper. so yymmy.. need my veggies

No. 1774664

a fortune cookie but there was no fortune inside?

No. 1781853

File: 1700595000678.png (342.89 KB, 600x600, 32BWZ.png)

Not my proudest. I ate this entire box in 2 days.

No. 1781897

>>1774664
It was time for you to make your own fortune.

No. 1792693

i've been eating french mustard since this morning (on sandwiches) and it's so good??? i used to not like it but now i'm addicted

No. 1792861

>>1773072
I can see a talking bunny saying this lol I love the spontaneous whimsy of the meals you curate combined with the nourishing healthy crunchiness, bon apetite

No. 1792887

File: 1701219223257.jpeg (153.46 KB, 1000x1549, 414FCDF0-CF14-4A26-8904-A1CD5D…)

>>1781853
It’s okay I ate this in 2 days

No. 1792896

>>1792887
Are those maggots

No. 1792898

>>1792896
Nevermind just read it says Dog food kek

No. 1793130

acme smoked salmon

No. 1793584

File: 1701280598041.jpg (327.97 KB, 1500x1620, 376634101.jpg)

Lately, I've been eating a kinda lazy diet where most of my dinner is just this. I would get a pot, put a touch of oil and let it heat up. And pour in whatever amount of frozen veggies i want. I mostly add salt and recently, a bit of smoked paprika. I wouldn't consider it a full meal but it's something for me.

No. 1793614

>>1683306
- crunchy pistachio dark chocolate and a latte with oatmilk
- parmesan rind with 2 honeycrisp apples
- boiled eggs over rice with Thai green curry sauce and a handful of mixed vegetables
- cotton candy soft serve
life so good. Gonna have more rice later

No. 1795092

File: 1701348862673.jpeg (1.34 MB, 6000x3000, IMG_6879.jpeg)

These

No. 1795101

File: 1701349692647.jpeg (135.73 KB, 1155x648, A00DFE62-F0D7-4859-8934-70611B…)

I made some really bomb black eye peas

No. 1795193

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Had some of my leftover Carne Guisada with leftover rice (kept the rest for lunch tomorrow) and had a slice of the cake I made from picrel recipe, without glazing though cuz I still have to be mindful of my stomach and not eating too sweet, too spicy, too fat etc. I drank a bunch of chamomile tea today as well.

No. 1795238

rice and runny egg, salt, garlic powder, 4 cups of black tea with sugar

No. 1797894

my delicious fingernails that i’ve been growing out for weeks

No. 1797965

File: 1701597348592.jpg (242.83 KB, 1400x1400, soup.jpg)

Tomato soup with shell pasta. The "shells" which get stuck to the bottom of the ladle and spoon, like barnacles on a boat, are too delightful.

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No. 1800385


No. 1800450

>>1800383
What level on psychopathy do you have to be to make this?

No. 1800453

>>1800450
Nta but that's a normal Asian (Thai) dish.

No. 1800467

>>1800383
I love peanut butter based sauces, I made peanut butter chicken with rice once and it was so good. This looks delicious too and it seems very easy to make.

No. 1800564

We had our Christmas celebration party with all the work colleagues where four teams cooked, I participated in making the Italian chicory salad with pecans and a vegetable Strudel (which looked more like a spring roll but everything has to have a fancy feckin name nowadays).
Next we had a chestnut soup, as a main course pork medallions with potato gnocchi, mushrooms and green beans and a sauce with em. I wish we'd have had salt and pepper on the tables, there was no way to season anything to my taste, I always need more black pepper and there was absolutely none on any of the three courses.
And as a dessert a "Stollen Tiramisu" which was a slice of the German Stollen cake with some beaten Mascarpone with sugar in it (as if tiramisu was just the goddamn Mascarpone cream) with an orange "Kompott" (which was just orange supremes with an orange reduction sauce).
It wasn't bad but as a foodie and snob (since I come from the country of "la fucking gastronomic excellence") I hate when some restaurant, catering company or event company uses fancy meal descriptions and then you get something even a guy who bought everything pre made in a store and layered it in meal plates could have named to sound like he actually made an effort.

No. 1800567

a big sausage roll and a donut with fresh whip cream and a dollop of strawberry jam from my favorite bakery. love these donuts. they make me happy

No. 1800570

>>1800383
That looks so good

No. 1800572

>>1800450
unseasoned comment.

No. 1800574

>>1800450
>>1800450
girl you are missing out, satay is amazing

No. 1801081

>>1800564
>an orange "Kompott" (which was just orange supremes with an orange reduction sauce)
Genuine question, isn't that what kompot is? I think food can be simple while still using correct terms. Of course in some cases it's misleading if the dish is defined by a specific technique and they omit doing that. The tiramisu seems like a stretch.

No. 1801085

got my favorite chinese bbq pork on rice but lost my sense of smell and taste its all so bland. so bummed about this

No. 1804031

>>1800450
What do you mean, what's wrong with that?

No. 1804035

File: 1702051585619.png (1.86 MB, 1327x945, stroopwafel.png)

I recently found out stroopwafel are supposed to be eaten after warming them over a hot mug of tea or coffee so I tried that, amazing

No. 1811111

>>1801081
A "Kompott" (or "compote" where I'm originally from) is the texture of applesauce, with a small ratio of fruit bits still in the sauce/Kompott/compote if you make it yourself and like a bit of crunchiness. So it is a stretch to have orange supremes raw in an orange juice reduction and call it a "Kompott".

In any case, today I chucked bell peppers and a zucchini in the oven wrapped in aluminum foil for 45 minutes while I was making refried beans as well as eggs and bacon on the stove.
Half of the zucchini and bell peppers I added garlic confit (oil included) to and a bit of garlic powder, seasoned it too and it was the best salad I've had in a while.

And I made a colorful salad for my lunch tomorrow with cucumber slices, grated orange and yellow carrots, the other half the cooked zucchini and red bell peppers, with some olive oil and lemon juice. I kept some of the refried beans for my lunch tomorrow as well.

No. 1811146

Kimchi flavor instant ramen topped with veggies, bacon (goes really well don't knock it til you try it), a fried egg, and actual kimchi. Man it was so good. Like, the perfect winter food.

No. 1811178

I ate my leftover split pea soup from last night. it was nice. I made it in my mini rice cooker.

No. 1811183

>>1804035
I love these treats so much. I could at least two with my coffee.

No. 1811207

Just had a poke bowl with tuna, salmon, shrimp, crab, mango, and pineapple. so good so filling

No. 1811259

File: 1702505532765.jpg (361.88 KB, 1000x943, 20a0fe_8d7ee8c5e1af41c3a989b67…)

A rice paper omelet, they are so good and easy to make

No. 1818616

File: 1702939571595.png (341.69 KB, 574x431, nog.png)

homemade eggnog

No. 1825135

File: 1703291649771.jpg (1.17 MB, 2538x1873, Grapes_in_a_bowl.jpg)

Just ate about 2x this amount of green grapes. So fucking good. God damn I love grapes. I try to eat them slowly but I wound up wolfing them down in less than 5 minutes. I have no grape self-control. I have this many grapes every night for years and they never stop tasting so good. Apparently as a baby my mom says I was obsessed with grapes, specifically teething on a mesh bag of frozen ones. Did that turn me into a grape fanatic, or was I just born loving them? When I eat them I have to stop myself from talking about how delicious they are because no one wants to hear it. I get it. But they're so good, I offer to serve my family some and they only want like 10 grapes every time. I try to give them a serving closer to picrel but they say "I can't eat this many grapes, anon" which I think is ridiculous. They're all sick right now and I think they should eat more grapes, for their health. But they won't. I'm the only person who hasn't gotten sick with COVID in the whole house of 7 people, and the only thing I do different than them?

Eating 2 bowls of green grapes every night. Food (grapes) for thought.

No. 1826251

>>1825135
Kek I love you grapechan

No. 1827889

>>1818616
I just had homemade eggnog for the first time and this shit is so fucking good. I will never drink store bought eggnog again as it cannot compare to sweet spiced liquid custard gold

No. 1827890

>>1827889
A DND friend made eggnog last year, I absolutely agree with you it's delicious.
I'd take eggnog instead of the egg liqueur we've got in Currywurstland any day.

No. 1827909

>>1825135
I've always heard that you need to be careful to only eat grapes in a smaller portions or they can give you the runs. One bowl, fine. Two bowls, gambling with your bowels.

Wonder if you can build a type of grape tolerance though. If you just power through and refuse to be restricted in your grape intake. They're very more-ish

No. 1834614

Instant noodles with added fresh garlic, cheese and chili oil, it was so bomb

No. 1834985

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>>1827909
It's mainly water and fiber so I would presume you could like someone with a bran obsession

Just ate slightly overtoasted reheated fried chicken and some bread with lots of sesame seeds. Mealtime is just an excuse to eat bread sometimes kek

No. 1835099

>>1834985
Im taking this as a sign to make bread that pic looks so good

No. 1835332

>>1834614
ty nonna, you inspired me to make this for new year’s eve

No. 1836923

File: 1704205676520.jpg (91.13 KB, 750x750, 1000010955.jpg)

I was craving Sarma so bad so I attempted to make them myself. They aren't exactly like my ex boyfriends moms but damn they still hit the spot. I ate like 6 rolls the first day kek

No. 1837395

File: 1704245815938.jpg (2.43 MB, 4000x1800, IMG_20240102_202522.jpg)

Black sesame tantan with an egg added (and added sesame seeds on the side I was able to grind up and add in which was cute).
So. Fucking. Good.
Not that spicy but still nice at the back of my throat. The broth was nicely complex and wasn't like anything I'd had before (which granted I don't have much experience). The first taste the noodles felt a little mushy but I think I just dove in too fast cause the second bite onwards it was fully cooked and great. Good amount of ingredients in the broth but I'm glad I added the egg cause there wasn't anything else aside from two meats and the noodles. Gonna have to come back to this place soon and try something else. I knew it was a good sign when I showed up 7 on a Tuesday and the place was packed and I had to wait

No. 1842354

File: 1704632768758.jpeg (200.39 KB, 960x1440, IMG_3078.jpeg)

My own lasagne, it was sooooo good.

No. 1842550

File: 1704644559958.jpeg (108.96 KB, 1500x999, IMG_7303.jpeg)

I’ve started doing risotto in the rice cooker. It’s so good and easy

No. 1842825

Made my own marinara sauce with San Marzano tomatoes and an ONION! the onion is important because my ex forbade me from consuming onions and now i am free. Then I used it in some orechiette pasta imported from Italy and with some fried zucchini and sausage

No. 1844242

gnocchi stuffed with ricotta in bolognese sauce. tastes like lasagna, soooo good omg

No. 1844246

File: 1704746479508.png (91.91 KB, 750x426, order.png)

Got chipotle for lunch because I have a gift card

>>1842550
oooo this sounds really good, do you have a specific recipe link?

No. 1844285

>>1842825
You should try onion soup! It's super delicious though it takes some time to make. Totally worth the stirring though. A good pub should have it on the menu if you don't wanna cook yourself.
Congrats on the freedom!!

No. 1847114

>>1844246
I used a ready made risotto mix but this one seems really simple https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/241227/rice-cooker-risotto/ . I also added veggies and cooked shredded salmon.

No. 1848126

Made my own garlic butter for garlic bread with softened butter, garlic powder, onion powder, hot pepper flakes, black pepper, dried thyme, parsley, dill and salt. I spread some of it on Ciabatta bread and put it in the oven. It was delicious. It beats the supermarket ones for sure.
I'm probably going to use the remaining butter to make a huge batch of garlic butter and freeze it in a bag to always have some at home for a rainy day.

No. 1848708

File: 1705016413113.jpeg (29.81 KB, 750x500, persimmons.jpeg)

I'll never get tired of eating persimmons even though I hardly eat fruits/veggies which I tried to change that habit. They're always sweet and I like them firm.

No. 1848931

>>1848708
I wish they were not 2-3$ a piece where I live, I would eat them everyday.

No. 1853987

Made a sandwich with bakery bread with seasoned top, roast beef, swiss, lettuce, tomato, onion, and horseradish mayo. Sliced it in half and had a cup of mushroom soup with it

No. 1854095

Thinly sliced english cucumber, tossed in a dressing made of greek yogurt, rice wine vinegar, a little sugar, garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper, salt, and a ton of fresh dill. 10/10 So Good. It would've been better on a hot summer day, but for something so simple I was feasting on this for days.

No. 1854128

Just ate chicken liver stew and toasted French loaf slices with chicken liver pate. It was delicious and filling, although I prefer chicken livers wrapped in bacon.

No. 1854449

Vanilla soy yoghurt with frozen raspberries, this is stupidly good.
>>1854095
This sounds amazing nonna

No. 1854467

>>1854095
I need the recipe for this immediately please, I am super bad at trying to mix ingredients without any guidance kek

No. 1858646

File: 1705507298870.gif (360.27 KB, 410x448, 1636450228212.gif)

I got something really important done today so I bought stir fry pasta at the asian market and now I'm going to indulge in a slice of napoleon cake.

No. 1859303

File: 1705537239225.jpeg (155.62 KB, 850x995, Nongshim-Super-Spicy-Instant-N…)

I got an arsenal of different instant ramen and other types of soup. Had this yesterday and now I'm enjoying instant pho with a beer, it's so good I can't imagine how amazing real thing is.

No. 1859326

got some ramen that was gassed up online as "the best ramen in town!" "super authentic, I've been to Japan and this ramen tastes like what I ate there!" and it was the worst ramen I have ever eaten

No. 1859530

Jalapeños potato chips because they hurt a little and so salty and good

No. 1859545

>>1859326
They probably had shitty tourist trap ramen in Japan kek

No. 1859610

Ate Vietnamese food today, fried chicken with rice. It was good! I was initially ambivalent but wanted to try it out of curiosity, I haven't always liked Vietnamese food in the past but I enjoyed my meal and the prices were super reasonable.

No. 1864750

File: 1705962716025.jpg (54.11 KB, 1024x683, puchaoooo.jpg)

just ate an entire packet of these. no regrets. damn they're good

No. 1864754

>>1864750
I fucking love these nona. I love getting the combo packs that have both the Ramune and Cola flavors

No. 1864891

Got a barbeque plate with brisket, smoked chicken, green beans, mac and cheese, and a roll. I've been trying to build muscle for awhile and these plates are some of my go-tos for lots of protein. I think my cycle is really intense this month because I've had a fuckton of protein today and I'm still hungry.

No. 1864929

>>1864891
sounds comfy anon. is it like a protein mac and cheese or?

No. 1864932

>>1864929
Just a normal mac and cheese since it was from a restaurant but it was good. It was very comfy!

No. 1864968

I ate Cinnamon Toast Crunch. Yummy poison

No. 1865182

File: 1706001312873.jpeg (144.76 KB, 768x1024, IMG_4291-768x1024.jpeg)

Made tteokbokki I threw in leftover mushrooms etc into. So good but spicyyyy

No. 1865793

>>1864891
Got another barbeque plate tonight. Smoked turkey, potatoes, and three bean salad. I really need to curb my Doordash addiction but this is still better than fast food.

No. 1869205

I treated myself with a nice pear as an afternoon snack. I rarely buy pears, or fruits generally I'm not much of a sweet tooth, but when I do, they taste so yummy.

No. 1869354

File: 1706379211965.png (1.29 MB, 1000x1000, Garibaldi-biscuits-02-sq-1000p…)

I've never heard of these until my mom randomly bought them, now they're one of my favorite sweet things. It's a biscuit with currants and cinnamon. Britbongs got this one right.

No. 1869390

>>1869354

Garibaldi!

No. 1873670

File: 1706770192967.jpg (18.53 KB, 466x443, marzipan-pig-40.jpg)

Being gifted these on Christmas sucks because I can't not feel guilty taking a bite. I try to eat the face first so that the poor thing isn't staring at me with its resigned little smile. I'm sorry, marzipan pig.

No. 1873676

>>1859326
I always check the ethnicity of the reviewers when I see comments like this to determine their trustworthiness. Has never failed me.

No. 1875988

File: 1706966335158.jpeg (69.16 KB, 500x500, IMG_7754.jpeg)

Home made dumplings with tofu-sesame and mushroom-cabbage fillings, with different dips made from scratch. Soooo good

No. 1876225

File: 1706985776519.jpg (522.51 KB, 1920x2400, sourdough.jpg)

there's a local bakery near me that sells lots of really good bread and pastries, yesterday I bought a loaf of sourdough and a pepperoni roll. Pepperoni roll was perfect, not too greasy. I get a loaf of sourdough every week, it's definitely more expensive than anything in the grocery stores but its so worth it. Used it to make a pesto egg sandwich for lunch.

No. 1876233

>>1859326
I noticed this a few times with Google reviews and usually it's even worse with Chinese restaurant reviews in my city. Especially the ones known to have only halal meat because they tend to all get the same frozen premade, absolutely not Chinese food from the same suppliers.

No. 1876235

File: 1706986290144.jpg (228.28 KB, 1600x1002, crispbread.jpg)

I had rye crispbread with a mound of sliced avocado and everything bagel seasoning. My period came to a halt and now I'm so hungry, trying to eat stuff that'll leave me full. Imagine pic rel but with so much avocado its falling off

No. 1876261

File: 1706988210553.jpg (106.01 KB, 760x950, Shepherds-Pie-760x950.jpg)

I love british and irish cuisine. It's simple, hearty peasant food and I don't get why it gets so much flack. In concept, it's not all that different from traditional eastern european food. Anyway I made a shephards pie for lunch and it was great.

No. 1876262

>>1811111
In slav cooking, kompot is fresh and dry fruit boiled in water with cinnamon and lemon slices. You drink the juice like tea and eat the fruit. Usually made with apples, pears, prunes and raisins.

No. 1876264

>>1876261
Did you save some for me nonnita? I love shepherds pie

No. 1876323

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>>1876264
I eated it all

No. 1877700

I just had a glass of fermented milk over a month past its best by date, tho it was still sealed. If I die you already know how and why.

No. 1878675

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I had a delicious sandwich for dinner, I should make this more often.
>burger bread
>alfalfa
>onion
>cucumber
>a slice of ham
>a slice of cheese
>a boiled egg
>lettuce
And that's it, it's very delicious and it doesn't feel like you just ate a handful of dirt.

No. 1879429

The pineapple hi chew tastes like dirty socks. -1/10

No. 1879447

>>1878675
Anon where did you make that burger graphic

No. 1879451

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>>1879447
Picsart, but it's kind of shitty, they don't have alfalfa stickers so I had to improvise.

No. 1879458

I've been eating the last supermarket christmas loaf cakes available. Wish they would keep making them throughout the year. I used to hate the taste, but I fell in love with the ones from a couple of brands.

No. 1879468

>>1683306
Last Friday night I wore this one outfit and absolutely ate it up and left no crumbs, multiple gays told me I ate, not sure if I quite served, but eat I desired to do and ate indeed I did(shitposting)

No. 1879487

>>1879458
can you describe the cakes? I'm curious

No. 1879596

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>>1879487
It is something like this, sometimes it is both vanilla and chocolate flavor. Very plain I know, but it's available only during christmas.

No. 1879616

>>1879596
I love cake loaves like this with fruit in them. If I say fruitcake, people get the wrong idea. But that yellowish/whitish cake with lots of dried fruits and stuff. I feel like such a weirdo because I love dried fruit so much and a lot of people can't stand currants, dried plums, etc.

Good choice nona bc now I even want the plain one you linked.

No. 1879642

>>1879616
There is a version with dried fruits also, but I'm one of those people who cannot stand them lol. However, I do like olives for example, and many people hate them. Do you like them too?

No. 1880038

>>1879596
this looks like the pound cake my grandma used to make. it had sour cream in it. does this cake have sour cream in the batter?

No. 1881528

>>1880038
I think it doesn't. The recipe I use when baking a cake very close to this one, doesn't contain sour cream. But it's interesting to know there's a recipe that does!

No. 1881694

>>1879642
ayrt - I like olives! Especially green ones stuffed with lemon.

No. 1884770

Decided to go to the hyped up cinnamon rolls shop downtown which has different flavors, and picked a speculoos cream roll and tiramisu roll.
The later was better than the first, but the 10€ weren't worth it really. But that way I will go there bed with more knowledge tonight.

No. 1888920

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Ate sushi. It was pretty good except the part where they gave me 4 chopsticks. Picrel is my order. Uni is so good and they gave me an extra piece, I could have cried.

No. 1888923

>>1888920
looking at this on lc I can see why they may have given me 4 chopsticks rip my fat ass

No. 1888936

>>1888920
Did you eat that all in one sitting?

No. 1888957

>>1888920
I'm jelly anon, that sounds so good.

No. 1888975

>>1888920
It's been so long since I had a sushi feast. Your post has me planning an order for this weekend…

No. 1889395

It isn't food but I'm sure it's still on topic to write about drinks. I've had a shit week and needed a pick me up, so I made myself two cups of hot chocolate. Now I feel better.

No. 1890599

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Pączki

They tasted exactly like American powdered jelly donuts

No. 1890606

it's friday and im almost out of work for the day, i have the right to please myself with some chips and grape juice.

No. 1891271

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I baked some choc chip muffins and I'm very happy with them! I will use this recipe again

No. 1891972

>>1891271
Aaah they look so good! Do you mind sharing the recipe nonna?

No. 1892014


No. 1894477

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My dad keeps buying me the Wegman's garlic bread even though I'm on a diet. It's not even that good but I keep eating it.

No. 1900008

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My first homemade biscuits and gravy, and they're delicious.

No. 1903481

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Curry with coconut milk, veggies and soya strips

No. 1904409

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This gnocchi pesto bake, it was incredible (I used normal cheese tho) https://www.wearesovegan.com/one-pan-gnocchi-pesto-bake/

No. 1905182

Omg I hit the jackpot with these grapes I found in the supermarket. They're absolutely huge and crisp, when I bite into it I get a tidal wave of delicious juice in my mouth. How do people not eat fruit? It's so good. It's like crack to me kek

No. 1905294

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>>1905182
> How do people not eat fruit?
Even those people who're like eww no I don't like fruit.. Usually make an exception for grapes. Which makes sense. I like to think they're made in a candy factory and then snuck onto vines every now and then to be photographed so they can keep up the mascarade that see.. nature totally made this.



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