What did you have for dinner last night?

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    Gusano's pizza. Meh, Savastano's is better.

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    Turkey burger on whole wheat with sautéed onions, peppers and mushrooms topped with provolone cheese.

    I thought I would hate this eating healthy shit, but, heaven help me, I'm getting used to it. Full fat foods just don't taste right, anymore.
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    Home made chicken stir fry with fresh vegetables and white rice.

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    Grilled brats, pasta roni and a sliced mater.

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    Esimo Joes. Chili Cheese Fries and a Blacken Chicken sammich (very ****y)

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    I made some shrimp alfredo last night. Used bow tie pasta. pretty simple.

    I also bought some creme cheese cooking creme. Anyone had this stuff yet? I got tomato basil and italian herb. Not sure what I am going to do with it yet though.

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    Originally Posted by Sieve View Post

    I also bought some creme cheese cooking creme. Anyone had this stuff yet? I got tomato basil and italian herb. Not sure what I am going to do with it yet though.
    Probably cook with it dur!

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    roast and beans

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    Smoked chicken and broccoli casserole and bread pudding both home made.

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    Tilapia, steamed brocolli, and rice with butter salt/pepper.

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    Originally Posted by Cthulhu View Post
    Gusano's pizza. Meh, Savastano's is better.
    Someone mentioned Savastano's to me Monday or Tuesday when I was in Tulsa. I'm gonna try to go next time.

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    Originally Posted by RMoGib View Post
    Someone mentioned Savastano's to me Monday or Tuesday when I was in Tulsa. I'm gonna try to go next time.
    You'll be glad you did. Fair warning Chicago pizza takes 45 minutes. But so worth it.
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    Grilled pork chops steamed broccoli and carrots.

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    Red beans and rice with ****y shrimp.

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    Toasted rice with milk.

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    Red beans and rice with ****y shrimp.
    Love ur avi that guys videos are hilarious and the league is quite funny

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    Originally Posted by soonerprices View Post
    Smoked chicken and broccoli casserole and bread pudding both home made.
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/m...ipe/index.html

    I never use the raisins. You're welcome.

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    Originally Posted by HorpelKrufkin View Post
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/m...ipe/index.html

    I never use the raisins. You're welcome.
    I use sour dough bread, but chocolate syrup in with the butter, heavy cream, sugar & Jack to bake into the bread, then same thing sans chocolate (but more Jack) for the sauce. So good it'll make you squirm.

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    Shrimp & rice.

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    I've been doing 1,200 calories a day for the last three weeks now. Last night was a "splurge" night. I had three chili dogs with 98% fat free Oscar Mayer dogs, turkey chili, wheat buns and ****y brown mustard. It only clocked in at about 650 calories. I still didn't hit 2,000 for the day.

    Doing nicely!
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    I grilled a ribeye and had a small baked potato. Also way too many beers watching the sweet 16.
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    Originally Posted by RMoGib View Post
    I use sour dough bread, but chocolate syrup in with the butter, heavy cream, sugar & Jack to bake into the bread, then same thing sans chocolate (but more Jack) for the sauce. So good it'll make you squirm.
    Ever used Croissants?
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    Originally Posted by HorpelKrufkin View Post
    Ever used Croissants?
    No, the density of the sour dough makes it like a cake & I like the texture. Are croissants good?

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    I'm making slow cooked pork chops in the crock pot. I mixed organic apple juice, garlic, pepper, rosemary and ****y brown mustard for the base. I chopped up onions and apples to thrown in with bone-in pork chops. I'll let you know how it turns out.

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    Originally Posted by DIB View Post
    I'm making slow cooked pork chops in the crock pot. I mixed organic apple juice, garlic, pepper, rosemary and ****y brown mustard for the base. I chopped up onions and apples to thrown in with bone-in pork chops. I'll let you know how it turns out.
    I forgot two ingredients. I put cinnamon and sriracha on top.

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    I threw some stuff in the crockpot this morning, no recipe, just what I thought sounded good. Johnsonville brats, onion, bell peppers, mushrooms, and a mixture of brown mustard and about 1/2 can of beer. I cooked the brats on the grill before I threw them in. I hope it's good, it was in my mind.

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    Just FYI for all you breed pudding lovers. The Big Easy is Yukon makes some awesome bread pudding. They top it with some rum icing. Their food iOS great too.

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    Originally Posted by RMoGib View Post
    No, the density of the sour dough makes it like a cake & I like the texture. Are croissants good?
    Unbelievable. You've gotta try that recipe. I'm gonna make a wild assumption and guess that you're a fan of chocolate.
    Sometimes I'm able to find Croissants that are topped with cinnamon and sugar and it's even more explosivo.

  32. #182
    Originally Posted by DIB View Post
    I forgot two ingredients. I put cinnamon and sriracha on top.
    That sounds very interesting. Some unusual combinations in there. I bets it's Bad ass.

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    Originally Posted by HorpelKrufkin View Post
    That sounds very interesting. Some unusual combinations in there. I bets it's Bad ass.
    I like to experiment a lot with interesting flavor combinations. You never know what works together until you throw it together.

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    Ribs, burnt ends, & smoked sausage from Jack Stack.

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    Originally Posted by HorpelKrufkin View Post
    Unbelievable. You've gotta try that recipe. I'm gonna make a wild assumption and guess that you're a fan of chocolate.
    Sometimes I'm able to find Croissants that are topped with cinnamon and sugar and it's even more explosivo.
    Uh yeah, big fan of the chocolate. I'm totally craving this now!!

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    thinking of ordering some chinese later.. pretty boring night.

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    Originally Posted by RMoGib View Post
    Uh yeah, big fan of the chocolate. I'm totally craving this now!!
    Careful, because you risk eating the whole ****ing pan. it's that good.

  38. #188
    Originally Posted by Sieve View Post
    thinking of ordering some chinese later.. pretty boring night.
    What about dinner?

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    Originally Posted by HorpelKrufkin View Post
    That sounds very interesting. Some unusual combinations in there. I bets it's Bad ass.
    I let it cook for about eight hours. When I tried to pull out the pork chops, they started falling apart. The texture was almost like pulled pork, so I decided to switch gears and make a BBQ sandwich.

    I put the braising liquid in a sauce pan with tomato paste, apple cider vinegar and more sriracha. I reduced until it thickened. I pulled the pork chops to a shredded consistency and then tossed it into the sauce. Toasted some whole wheat buns. It made for an awesome sandwich. Good balance of heat, acidity, savory and sweet. I will definitely make it again.

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    Originally Posted by HorpelKrufkin View Post
    What about dinner?

    Actually ended up going out to a buddies house in Verdigris and sat around the fire and drank a few beers. Then we stopped for doritos taco bell tacos on the way home.

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    tucker's double onion w/cheese

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    Originally Posted by McJagger View Post
    tucker's double onion w/cheese
    Tucker's is theeee best. That's the first burger I'm having after Lent.

    Well, cheese burger, hold the allergic reaction.

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    i prefer chopped onions on burgers, but hey, you can't have everything, right?

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    I prefer to keep my throat from closing up, but I'm picky.

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    my breath is literally atrocious right now. nothing has been able to neutralize the onions. thinking of gargling bleach.

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    my breath is literally atrocious right now. nothing has been able to neutralize the onions. thinking of gargling bleach.
    Lemonade
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    you may have just saved my life. thank you.
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  48. #198
    Doritos locos taco and a bean burrito.

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    Last night: ****y pumpkin soup from the Whole Foods bar and then waaaaaay too many gin & tonics.

    Tonight: cereal.

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    veg soft tacos, chips, & guac. mmmmm.
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