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What's for dinner?
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What's for dinner?

Susanne -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 02:53:18 AM

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Susanne -- Sunday, July 14, 2002 -- 09:53:18 PM -- 1 of 27767
Susanne

Tonight we have a choice--spaghetti with shredded parmesan and garlic sauteed in olive oil or dirty rice. With fresh fruit and chocolate spice cake for desert. Not well rounded, but hey. Two main dishes tonight meanst two main dish leftovers for tomorrow night.

CalGal -- Sunday, July 14, 2002 -- 11:29:23 PM -- 2 of 27767
I remember a time, back in the late 90s, when I thought nonsense like this mattered somewhat more than I do now. Now I see well-educated people yammering about the birth control choices of their daughters, or gay marriage, and I think they are morons.

Seared ahi tuna and caesar salad, with red wine.

Ase -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 12:08:53 AM -- 3 of 27767
"Cold cold empty void", "Grandma's food for worms now". Atheist hymns, by Jamie R.

Curry.

And rock melon.

Jenni S. -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 12:35:04 AM -- 4 of 27767
One raises the eyebrow

Cheese tortellini with oil, garlic and pine nuts. And lots of salad - lettuce, tomatoes, broccoli, cucumber, olives, capsicum. My favourite "I don't feel like cooking" dinner.

Pebbles -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 01:05:49 AM -- 5 of 27767
It's okay, I looked it up on the internet.

Hotdogs & potato chips.

debby -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 01:12:23 AM -- 6 of 27767
lighten up

Err, too much garlic and onion bread, salad, calamari, mozzerella sticks, mussels, clams, shrimp and lobster in safron sauce over linguini, 7 layer fudge cake for desert. As in the exact opposite of what I'm supposed to be eating.

Andrea -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 02:58:04 AM -- 7 of 27767
Potato Beatrix

Chicken and asparagus with black bean sauce.

Pebbles -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 03:57:43 AM -- 8 of 27767
It's okay, I looked it up on the internet.

I thought if I posted our exceptionally lame sunday dinner, the rest of the freaks would come out of the woodwork, but I guess not.

CalGal -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 04:10:49 AM -- 9 of 27767
I remember a time, back in the late 90s, when I thought nonsense like this mattered somewhat more than I do now. Now I see well-educated people yammering about the birth control choices of their daughters, or gay marriage, and I think they are morons.

I did observe it, but given that Spawn would be very happy with that dinner, I thought it would be unfair.

I don't normally have ahi, and it was absurdly expensive. But good. Salmon tomorrow; I saw a marinade recipe for soy and beer that I want to try.

Susanne -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 11:47:36 AM -- 10 of 27767
Susanne

Pebbles, I made chili and we had chili dogs two nights ago.

If the salmon marinade is good, I would like the recipe. The only thing I ever do to salmon is drizzle it with olive oil and cover it with lemon slices and fresh rosemary. Time for a change.

Pebbles -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 12:03:40 PM -- 11 of 27767
It's okay, I looked it up on the internet.

(I did cook the hotdogs on the grill, not in the microwave, so there's that)

VanPear -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 05:58:01 PM -- 12 of 27767

Leftover Peanut-Potato Cakes and mixed-lettuce-from-the-garden salad.

Nancy T. -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 06:16:23 PM -- 13 of 27767
We bloviate on a whole lot of different subjects. We might as well bloviate on this.

suuuuuuuushiiiiiiiii! drool

CalGal -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 06:18:15 PM -- 14 of 27767
I remember a time, back in the late 90s, when I thought nonsense like this mattered somewhat more than I do now. Now I see well-educated people yammering about the birth control choices of their daughters, or gay marriage, and I think they are morons.

Tonight I am having salmon in soy/beer marinade, and green beans. Tomorrow, a big spinach salad, I think.

Pebbles -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 08:02:01 PM -- 15 of 27767
It's okay, I looked it up on the internet.

See, now I'm actually going to have to cook something not reprehensible.

Nancy T. -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 08:06:50 PM -- 16 of 27767
We bloviate on a whole lot of different subjects. We might as well bloviate on this.

I see nothing wrong with hot dogs and potato chips (though french fries would have been better). Kraft mac'n'cheese is A-OK as well.

Decca -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 08:13:44 PM -- 17 of 27767
"Lack of the faculty for success in homemaking, while biologically abnormal, is no disgrace."

I have a recipe for apple risotto that I really want to try tonight, but I can't think of what might go with it. To compound the problem, I don't eat meat except for fish, and the Boyfriend does not eat fish (This is why we usually get takeout). Thoughts?

The alternative is chickpeas in tomato wine sauce with feta cheese.

CalGal -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 08:22:27 PM -- 18 of 27767
I remember a time, back in the late 90s, when I thought nonsense like this mattered somewhat more than I do now. Now I see well-educated people yammering about the birth control choices of their daughters, or gay marriage, and I think they are morons.

I don't think so either. I boil hotdogs, when I have them at all.

Kraft mac n cheese is Spawn's favorite meal, before he started on this no-carbs thing.

Anna--risotto is heavy enough for just a salad, isn't it?

Decca -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 08:27:24 PM -- 19 of 27767
"Lack of the faculty for success in homemaking, while biologically abnormal, is no disgrace."

Salad would be good....if we had anything with which to make a salad. Perhaps I can catch Boyfriend on the cell and have him grab salad and bread on the way home.

CalGal -- Monday, July 15, 2002 -- 08:31:29 PM -- 20 of 27767
I remember a time, back in the late 90s, when I thought nonsense like this mattered somewhat more than I do now. Now I see well-educated people yammering about the birth control choices of their daughters, or gay marriage, and I think they are morons.

Just grab one of those Caesar kits.

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