What are you eating?

Talk about anything and everything.

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby GayinIndiana » 11 February 2022, 04:26

Vegetable lasagna
GayinIndiana
 
Posts: 19
+1s received: 8
Joined: 9 February 2022, 23:20
Location: Indiana (USA)
Country: United States (us)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby CodyC » 26 March 2022, 16:30

Eating some ramen mixed with BBQ corn chips, squeeze cheese, and some pickle juice. Its Yummy!
Love! :heart:
CodyC
 
Posts: 19
+1s received: 13
Joined: 25 March 2022, 23:11
Country: United States (us)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby René » 28 March 2022, 17:36

Kale, cashew, banana, pineapple and more smoothie :P
ImageImageImageImage
User avatar
René
Administrator
 
Posts: 8025
+1s received: 2983
Joined: 20 December 2012, 20:12
Location: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby PopTart » 29 March 2022, 17:47

René wrote:Kale, cashew, banana, pineapple and more smoothie :P

I just can't get on with Kale. It's soooo bitter. But cashews! Yummy. I like pecans too! Any kind of nuts really. Oh, except macadamia. Gross.

Also gross, I ate a whole giant pack of brazils a few weeks ago and shat peanut butter for days 🥜
Eeeww
ImageImage
User avatar
PopTart
 
Posts: 4092
+1s received: 3050
Joined: 12 December 2017, 11:15
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby René » 29 March 2022, 17:52

PopTart wrote:
René wrote:Kale, cashew, banana, pineapple and more smoothie :P

I just can't get on with Kale. It's soooo bitter. But cashews! Yummy. I like pecans too! Any kind of nuts really. Oh, except macadamia. Gross.

Also gross, I ate a whole giant pack of brazils a few weeks ago and shat peanut butter for days 🥜
Eeeww

Yeah, maybe don't do that. :lol:

I've never found kale stuff that's been prepared for me bitter. This smoothie was certainly sweet and nice.

Ever had kale chips? They're not hard to make. Crispy with some salt, they can be really good while retaining all the health benefits. :keke:
ImageImageImageImage
User avatar
René
Administrator
 
Posts: 8025
+1s received: 2983
Joined: 20 December 2012, 20:12
Location: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby PopTart » 29 March 2022, 17:59

René wrote:
PopTart wrote:
René wrote:Kale, cashew, banana, pineapple and more smoothie :P

I just can't get on with Kale. It's soooo bitter. But cashews! Yummy. I like pecans too! Any kind of nuts really. Oh, except macadamia. Gross.

Also gross, I ate a whole giant pack of brazils a few weeks ago and shat peanut butter for days 🥜
Eeeww

Yeah, maybe don't do that. :lol:

I've never found kale stuff that's been prepared for me bitter. This smoothie was certainly sweet and nice.

Ever had kale chips? They're not hard to make. Crispy with some salt, they can be really good while retaining all the health benefits. :keke:
Yeah, it was the chunky kind. I learned my lesson.
TMI? I'm always with the TMI. :lol:

It might just be me. But I get it with alot of leafy greens. I find they have a really terribly bitter taste. Some lettuce I just can't touch. Thank the stars I can eat spinach cos that shit is amazing.

I wouldn't mind trying kale chips.... but I suspect I wouldn't like em. But I'd try it.
ImageImage
User avatar
PopTart
 
Posts: 4092
+1s received: 3050
Joined: 12 December 2017, 11:15
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Brenden » 30 March 2022, 10:04

PopTart wrote:Also gross, I ate a whole giant pack of brazils a few weeks ago and shat peanut butter for days 🥜
Eeeww

I've never liked Brazil nuts. They always taste either rancid or flavourless.

PopTart wrote:I wouldn't mind trying kale chips.... but I suspect I wouldn't like em. But I'd try it.

The roasting with olive oil removes the bitterness!
Disclaimer: All views expressed in my posts are my own and do not reflect the views of this forum except when otherwise stated or this signature is not present.

ImageImageImageImage
User avatar
Brenden
Administrator
 
Posts: 9193
+1s received: 3557
Joined: 20 December 2012, 20:12
Location: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Country: United States (us)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby René » 30 March 2022, 10:52

Brenden wrote:
PopTart wrote:Also gross, I ate a whole giant pack of brazils a few weeks ago and shat peanut butter for days 🥜
Eeeww

I've never liked Brazil nuts. They always taste either rancid or flavourless.

Unless covered in chocolate :P
ImageImageImageImage
User avatar
René
Administrator
 
Posts: 8025
+1s received: 2983
Joined: 20 December 2012, 20:12
Location: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby René » 30 March 2022, 16:55

Wholegrain seeded toast with mayonnaise and Red Leicester cheese slices. :drool:
ImageImageImageImage
User avatar
René
Administrator
 
Posts: 8025
+1s received: 2983
Joined: 20 December 2012, 20:12
Location: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby PopTart » 30 March 2022, 17:13

Brenden wrote:
PopTart wrote:Also gross, I ate a whole giant pack of brazils a few weeks ago and shat peanut butter for days 🥜
Eeeww

I've never liked Brazil nuts. They always taste either rancid or flavourless.

PopTart wrote:I wouldn't mind trying kale chips.... but I suspect I wouldn't like em. But I'd try it.

The roasting with olive oil removes the bitterness!

I inherited my love of Brazil nuts from my mum. It's true if you buy certain off brand types of Brazil, some can have a less tasty flavour but I love the taste of the good ones! Nom nom nom. Maybe too much nom nom nom, but yummy anyways. Love almonds too.

See I've never roasted kale. Perhaps that's the problem.

I really want to get my healthy food plan back in place but I've had a fierce appetite for all things bad.

Watching a wonderful chef on YouTube hasn't helped. He is so adorable! Not sexy. I might have mentioned him before. Jean Pierre. But he loves butter and so do I. Everything tastes better with butter. And salt. With more butter. :lol:

I recently polished off a whole punnet of strawberries dipped in fresh cream custard (then drank the remaining custard :drool: )

Then there was the rich beef gravy with lashings of butter to give it a silky creamy texture.

Egyptian Bassbousa cake. Trifle with home made custard (and zero fruit :nod: ) the chocolate ganache torte and boys, I make an amazing ganache!

Honestly I could go on but it's a bizarre hybrid of food porn and a breakdown of the things that will likely be the cause of my impending coronary. :shrug:

It's like my libido has been entirely sublimated with a desire for food.

I'm staying under my bmi for "overweight" but only just.
ImageImage
User avatar
PopTart
 
Posts: 4092
+1s received: 3050
Joined: 12 December 2017, 11:15
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby PopTart » 30 March 2022, 17:19

René wrote:
Brenden wrote:
PopTart wrote:Also gross, I ate a whole giant pack of brazils a few weeks ago and shat peanut butter for days 🥜
Eeeww

I've never liked Brazil nuts. They always taste either rancid or flavourless.

Unless covered in chocolate :P

YAASSSSS!
René wrote:Wholegrain seeded toast with mayonnaise and Red Leicester cheese slices. :drool:

Don't get me started on cheese! I normally don't much care for it. But I've been exploring cheese recently. Smoked Bavarian, port salt, jarlsberg, jacksomethig. I can't really tell the differences very much, except the barbarian bavarian smoked variety
ImageImage
User avatar
PopTart
 
Posts: 4092
+1s received: 3050
Joined: 12 December 2017, 11:15
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby McTaggartfan » 31 March 2022, 00:41

I’m too lazy to find the related drinking thread, so I’ll post here.

Anyway, I’m drinking a nice blend of earl grey made by Harney and Sons, called ‘Earl Grey Supreme.’ Also a couple months ago I tried Twinings’ jasmine green tea and it tastes quite good,. I’d recommend both!

Lastly, I discovered a few weeks ago that my therapist doesn’t drink tea and can pretty much count the occasions he has on his fingers. Isn’t that peculiar??
User avatar
McTaggartfan
 
Posts: 1032
+1s received: 315
Joined: 7 February 2021, 02:12
Location: Washington, D.C.
Country: United States (us)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby René » 31 March 2022, 00:46

McTaggartfan wrote:I’m too lazy to find the related drinking thread, so I’ll post here.

Anyway, I’m drinking a nice blend of earl grey made by Harney and Sons, called ‘Earl Grey Supreme.’ Also a couple months ago I tried Twinings’ jasmine green tea and it tastes quite good,. I’d recommend both!

Lastly, I discovered a few weeks ago that my therapist doesn’t drink tea and can pretty much count the occasions he has on his fingers. Isn’t that peculiar??

Most peculiar indeed!! :runaway:
ImageImageImageImage
User avatar
René
Administrator
 
Posts: 8025
+1s received: 2983
Joined: 20 December 2012, 20:12
Location: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Brenden » 31 March 2022, 09:11

René wrote:
Brenden wrote:
PopTart wrote:Also gross, I ate a whole giant pack of brazils a few weeks ago and shat peanut butter for days 🥜
Eeeww

I've never liked Brazil nuts. They always taste either rancid or flavourless.

Unless covered in chocolate :P

No! What a waste of chocolate. :|

PopTart wrote:Watching a wonderful chef on YouTube hasn't helped. He is so adorable! Not sexy. I might have mentioned him before. Jean Pierre. But he loves butter and so do I. Everything tastes better with butter. And salt. With more butter. :lol:

I recently came across a YouTube foodie named Adam Radusea. He did a video about non-maple tree-sap syrups recently that blew my mind! I really want to try natural hickory and walnut syrups now.

PopTart wrote:But he loves butter and so do I. Everything tastes better with butter. And salt. With more butter. :lol:

I love a nice slice of lightly-toasted sourdough with salted butter and some extra salt sprinkled on top. :drool:

PopTart wrote:I'm staying under my bmi for "overweight" but only just.

You should try intermittent fasting. Even just one day a week of fasting can really improve your metabolism by soft resetting insulin tolerance. Also/or, keeping eating to an 8-hour window with 16 hours of no eating a day (including sleeping).
Disclaimer: All views expressed in my posts are my own and do not reflect the views of this forum except when otherwise stated or this signature is not present.

ImageImageImageImage
User avatar
Brenden
Administrator
 
Posts: 9193
+1s received: 3557
Joined: 20 December 2012, 20:12
Location: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Country: United States (us)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby PopTart » 31 March 2022, 17:30

Brenden wrote:
René wrote:
Brenden wrote:
PopTart wrote:Also gross, I ate a whole giant pack of brazils a few weeks ago and shat peanut butter for days 🥜
Eeeww

I've never liked Brazil nuts. They always taste either rancid or flavourless.

Unless covered in chocolate :P

No! What a waste of chocolate. :|

PopTart wrote:Watching a wonderful chef on YouTube hasn't helped. He is so adorable! Not sexy. I might have mentioned him before. Jean Pierre. But he loves butter and so do I. Everything tastes better with butter. And salt. With more butter. :lol:

I recently came across a YouTube foodie named Adam Radusea. He did a video about non-maple tree-sap syrups recently that blew my mind! I really want to try natural hickory and walnut syrups now.

PopTart wrote:But he loves butter and so do I. Everything tastes better with butter. And salt. With more butter. :lol:

I love a nice slice of lightly-toasted sourdough with salted butter and some extra salt sprinkled on top. :drool:

PopTart wrote:I'm staying under my bmi for "overweight" but only just.

You should try intermittent fasting. Even just one day a week of fasting can really improve your metabolism by soft resetting insulin tolerance. Also/or, keeping eating to an 8-hour window with 16 hours of no eating a day (including sleeping).

Back when I smoked and vaped, I pretty much lived on a fasting diet. I'd eat a small meal, once a day. Which consisted of probably half my caloric intake. I'd snack on bad things, chocolate, cakes etc until I started making an effort to be fit (mid to late 20's) then switched to healthier stuff. But still lived on a calorie controlled diet, purely by accident.

I anticipated not smoking, to change both my metabolism and my appetite.

What I hadn't anticipated were a number of other changes.

One of which means I actually can't fast for long without unfortunate consequences, so once I have decided to end my gastronomic adventures and go back to healthy living, ill have to compensate differently.

But thank you for the suggestion! :hug:
ImageImage
User avatar
PopTart
 
Posts: 4092
+1s received: 3050
Joined: 12 December 2017, 11:15
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby PopTart » 31 March 2022, 17:52

Might aswell put this here.

He is so adorable! :3
ImageImage
User avatar
PopTart
 
Posts: 4092
+1s received: 3050
Joined: 12 December 2017, 11:15
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby BraxtonBoiToi » 1 April 2022, 01:11

Fillin' my mouth with some big, beefy korn dawgs, babuh!
User avatar
BraxtonBoiToi
 
Posts: 99
+1s received: 38
Joined: 14 December 2021, 22:30
Country: United States (us)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby PopTart » 1 April 2022, 04:34

What do corn dogs taste like? We see them in tvshows from the states but we don't have them here.

I get the impression they are super bad for you. Which means they should be yummy right?
ImageImage
User avatar
PopTart
 
Posts: 4092
+1s received: 3050
Joined: 12 December 2017, 11:15
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Derek » 1 April 2022, 04:44

PopTart wrote:What do corn dogs taste like? We see them in tvshows from the states but we don't have them here.

I get the impression they are super bad for you. Which means they should be yummy right?

They're pretty good. Delicious, even, if they're fresh. It's hard go wrong with deep-fried cornmeal batter.

You could make them yourself pretty easily if you have something to fry them in. You'd want an American style pork sausage though.
User avatar
Derek
 
Posts: 7153
+1s received: 2825
Joined: 21 December 2012, 02:12
Country: United States (us)

Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Derek » 1 April 2022, 04:47

Brenden wrote:
René wrote:
Brenden wrote:
PopTart wrote:Also gross, I ate a whole giant pack of brazils a few weeks ago and shat peanut butter for days 🥜
Eeeww

I've never liked Brazil nuts. They always taste either rancid or flavourless.

Unless covered in chocolate :P

No! What a waste of chocolate. :|

I agree with Brenden. It's an irredeemable nut.
User avatar
Derek
 
Posts: 7153
+1s received: 2825
Joined: 21 December 2012, 02:12
Country: United States (us)

PreviousNext

Recently active
Users browsing this forum: Bing [Bot], CommonCrawl [Bot], Google [Bot], KyWa95, meandonlyme76, Severelius, wanker, Williamstone and 700 guests