What’s on the dinner table (part 2)?

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Last night was sausages on the grill, corn on the cob, baked beans, potato chips and iced tea. Tonight, I have no idea. lol I better get on that! It's almost 6PM here! :confused:
 

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Last night was sausages on the grill, corn on the cob, baked beans, potato chips and iced tea. Tonight, I have no idea. lol I better get on that! It's almost 6PM here! :confused:
Hey I have no clue either for today, got a busy day planned and tbh I am not feeling the cooking vibe! Might just put some snacks and fries in the fryer, always works as a solution.

And this meal you describe sounds great~! :D
 

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Hey I have no clue either for today, got a busy day planned and tbh I am not feeling the cooking vibe! Might just put some snacks and fries in the fryer, always works as a solution.

And this meal you describe sounds great~! :D
Oh, it was great, I assure you! :D Last night I was lazy and I just wound up making an omelette. :rolleyes: Just an omelette, some potatoes that I had leftover in the fridge that I sliced up and fried, some toast and iced tea. Always iced tea! lol :D
 

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Well it turned out not to be snacks, hubby ordered us pizza. And because I still felt like snacks, I had a cheeseburger pizza which was surprisingly good! Might have that again sometime. It was pizza with tomato sauce, onions, minced beef, cheese, fresh tomatoes, gerkins and burger sauce.
 

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Well it turned out not to be snacks, hubby ordered us pizza. And because I still felt like snacks, I had a cheeseburger pizza which was surprisingly good! Might have that again sometime. It was pizza with tomato sauce, onions, minced beef, cheese, fresh tomatoes, gerkins and burger sauce.
Ha! I got lazy again and made myself a frozen pizza! lol :rolleyes: But I always add more stuff to it. ;) It already had pepperoni, peppers and other veggies, but I added: onion, green olives, sun dried tomatoes, extra cheese, parmesan cheese, chili seeds, garlic powder and oregano with olive oil brushed on the bottom. I don't know if it was because I was hungry, but it was really good! Frozen pizza FTW! lol :D Oh, and I had iced tea too. :p
 

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Got my cooking spirit right back today. Made pork tenderloin with stroganoff sauce, mushrooms, roast cherry tomatoes and pasta.

And a blueberry crumble with vanilla ice cream for dessert.
 

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Well, yesterday was my dad's birthday, so for dinner we had pita bread, baba ganoush (a smoked eggplant dip with garlic, olive oil, tahini [a kind of sesame butter] and paprika), hummus (a chick pea dip with olive oil, garlic, lemon juice and tahini), salad for putting into the pita bread, za'atar bread (lightly broiled pita with olive oil and za'atar - which is a dry mix of thyme, lemon juice and toasted sesame seeds), Egyptian and Lebanese-style green and black olives, pickled vegetables of all kinds, and shanklish, which is a compressed ball of yogurt cheese, feta cheese and other cheeses, and then rolled in thyme (green) or a spicy mixture (red) - we had both. :D Oh, and iced tea, of course! ;):p Then for dessert we had lemon meringue pie and Turkish delights, which are fruit-flavoured powdered sugar-covered gummy-like cubes, some of which have pistachios in them. It was a food fest and it was GOOOOOOOOOD! :D

Tonight I just had a big salad with lettuce, grape tomatoes, red onion, orange bell peppers, grated carrot, avocado, pieces of bacon, smoked turkey and slices of boiled egg...with iced tea on the side. :p Now I'm going to have some leftover Turkish delights from last night! :D...
 

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Well, yesterday was my dad's birthday, so for dinner we had pita bread, baba ganoush (a smoked eggplant dip with garlic, olive oil, tahini [a kind of sesame butter] and paprika), hummus (a chick pea dip with olive oil, garlic, lemon juice and tahini), salad for putting into the pita bread, za'atar bread (lightly broiled pita with olive oil and za'atar - which is a dry mix of thyme, lemon juice and toasted sesame seeds), Egyptian and Lebanese-style green and black olives, pickled vegetables of all kinds, and shanklish, which is a compressed ball of yogurt cheese, feta cheese and other cheeses, and then rolled in thyme (green) or a spicy mixture (red) - we had both. :D Oh, and iced tea, of course! ;):p Then for dessert we had lemon meringue pie and Turkish delights, which are fruit-flavoured powdered sugar-covered gummy-like cubes, some of which have pistachios in them. It was a food fest and it was GOOOOOOOOOD! :D

Tonight I just had a big salad with lettuce, grape tomatoes, red onion, orange bell peppers, grated carrot, avocado, pieces of bacon, smoked turkey and slices of boiled egg...with iced tea on the side. :p Now I'm going to have some leftover Turkish delights from last night! :D...
Wow, can I come next time ;)
 

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The coming days a serious heatwave will hit our country until friday, which is a problem for me as I have a medical condition that makes me dehydrate fast. So the coming days I will stay away from the heat of the furnace because I have no choice.

Tonight I will cook some simple home fries, chicken strips and grilled courgettes.

Tomorrow until friday it's going to be ordering pizza, turning on the fryer and maybe eating a ready made salad courtesy of the local supermarket. Not my favorite way to eat, but staying safe and healthy is more important.
 

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The coming days a serious heatwave will hit our country until friday, which is a problem for me as I have a medical condition that makes me dehydrate fast. So the coming days I will stay away from the heat of the furnace because I have no choice.

Tonight I will cook some simple home fries, chicken strips and grilled courgettes.

Tomorrow until friday it's going to be ordering pizza, turning on the fryer and maybe eating a ready made salad courtesy of the local supermarket. Not my favorite way to eat, but staying safe and healthy is more important.
Agreed, your wellbeing is priority #1. Take care, keep cool and stay hydrated, Sidhuriel!
 
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