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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby screwball7 » 18 January 2013, 01:08

pizza
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby chattydanny » 18 January 2013, 01:50

Broccoli and Stilton soup... amazing. The weird thing is, I hate both of them as standard foods but make them into a soup and it's delicious :)
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Brenden » 18 January 2013, 19:01

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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Marmaduke » 18 January 2013, 19:02

chattydanny wrote:Broccoli and Stilton soup... amazing. The weird thing is, I hate both of them as standard foods but make them into a soup and it's delicious :)

Covent Garden Soup Company?
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Blaz » 18 January 2013, 19:18

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Blaz wrote:The only foods I put Catsup on are fries, onion rings, burgers, hotdogs, hashbrowns, and strangely enough scrambled eggs.

I make the best scrambled eggs, I'll post a picture at some point. I used to have ketchup with scrambled eggs too. Though I always have them on muffins too (savoury English ones, not American.)


Doooet. Also there's another type of breakfast muffin aside from the English ones? XD

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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby niko123 » 19 January 2013, 03:11

Olive bread dipped in olive oil/pecorino romano cheese/black pepper mixture.
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Paragon » 19 January 2013, 17:26

I think it's funny that we're avoiding the slightly pricey and totally blah Massaman curry we had last night in favor of fried rice, eggs over easy and sausage for breakfast.
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Voodoothunder » 19 January 2013, 17:43

Roast chicken
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Brenden » 19 January 2013, 18:35

Knorr Paella made with Quorn. :drool:
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Edward » 21 January 2013, 14:12

Blaz wrote:
upthebracket. wrote:
Blaz wrote:The only foods I put Catsup on are fries, onion rings, burgers, hotdogs, hashbrowns, and strangely enough scrambled eggs.

I make the best scrambled eggs, I'll post a picture at some point. I used to have ketchup with scrambled eggs too. Though I always have them on muffins too (savoury English ones, not American.)


Doooet. Also there's another type of breakfast muffin aside from the English ones? XD

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No, I meant English breakfast ones, but people here don't even know they exist. So when I say I'm having scrambled eggs on muffins they give me a really weird look as they think I'm having them on blueberry or chocolate muffins.
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Paragon » 21 January 2013, 17:04

Cereal. I was desperate.
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Adrian » 21 January 2013, 17:55

I'm not eating yet because I just got it all in the pot, but in like 2 hours I'll be eating Chili
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Derek » 21 January 2013, 18:24

I was making challah. I was determined to do it right - that is, with a starter and a two-day ferment - but the yeast turned out to be a dud and it came out dense. I'm not even sure what to do with myself anymore.
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Brenden » 21 January 2013, 18:38

Derek wrote:I was making challah. I was determined to do it right - that is, with a starter and a two-day ferment - but the yeast turned out to be a dud and it came out dense. I'm not even sure what to do with myself anymore.

*looks up challah*

I thought Jews didn't eat leavened bread.
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Voodoothunder » 21 January 2013, 19:09

Seared tuna :drool:
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Derek » 21 January 2013, 19:14

Brenden wrote:
Derek wrote:I was making challah. I was determined to do it right - that is, with a starter and a two-day ferment - but the yeast turned out to be a dud and it came out dense. I'm not even sure what to do with myself anymore.

*looks up challah*

I thought Jews didn't eat leavened bread.

Google says that's just during Passover.
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Brenden » 21 January 2013, 21:24

Derek wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Derek wrote:I was making challah. I was determined to do it right - that is, with a starter and a two-day ferment - but the yeast turned out to be a dud and it came out dense. I'm not even sure what to do with myself anymore.

*looks up challah*

I thought Jews didn't eat leavened bread.

Google says that's just during Passover.

But isn't that especially when they're not supposed to eat leavened bread?
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Re: What are you eating?

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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Simon » 21 January 2013, 21:40

Brenden wrote:
Derek wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Derek wrote:I was making challah. I was determined to do it right - that is, with a starter and a two-day ferment - but the yeast turned out to be a dud and it came out dense. I'm not even sure what to do with myself anymore.

*looks up challah*

I thought Jews didn't eat leavened bread.

Google says that's just during Passover.

But isn't that especially when they're not supposed to eat leavened bread?

Yes, but outside of Passover, leavened bread is the name of the game.
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Re: What are you eating?

Unread postby Derek » 21 January 2013, 21:44

Brenden wrote:
Derek wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Derek wrote:I was making challah. I was determined to do it right - that is, with a starter and a two-day ferment - but the yeast turned out to be a dud and it came out dense. I'm not even sure what to do with myself anymore.

*looks up challah*

I thought Jews didn't eat leavened bread.

Google says that's just during Passover.

But isn't that especially when they're not supposed to eat leavened bread?

No, I think it just refers to that chametz leavening, and only during Passover. Challah itself has religious significance. (I'm surprised you haven't heard of it before. It's quite tasty and contains no meat or dairy.)
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