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Niels0827
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Postby Niels0827 » Tue Nov 30, 2004 3:34 am

There's this scrumptious fudge cake I get at work for $2.49. It's gooooooood stuff. I just finished one.
Minty_
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Postby Minty_ » Tue Nov 30, 2004 10:24 pm

I ate Tandoori chicken tonite with rice and green salad. Afterwards, I had cookies and a 'Nashi' (Japanese Pear) for deserts. Now I am drinking mint tea.
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Postby The_Towelie_Connection » Wed Dec 01, 2004 2:29 am

WE both had pizza, small party size, one mexican and one hamburger each.
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Postby SheikYerbouti » Wed Dec 01, 2004 6:19 am

Just had me a peanut butter sandwich.. it was good. Maybe I'll make another. Love that super chunk.
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Postby Quick_Nick » Wed Dec 01, 2004 8:07 am

I'm having meatball soup, with extra antacid tablets.
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Postby kathythecarmelite » Wed Dec 01, 2004 1:32 pm

Oh, now I'm craving Italian!

Minty, you're shattering all my stereotypes about French cuisine! You and your husband eat a different style of food every night! One night Thai--the next Indian--where's the butter and fat?
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Postby The_Towelie_Connection » Wed Dec 01, 2004 5:42 pm

MRS made a pot of tea and had a slice of pumpkin pie. MR just had tea.
@Minty: You said your husband is a chef, does he work in a restaurant too?
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Postby kathythecarmelite » Wed Dec 01, 2004 8:34 pm

I just had Texas Chili Mac at Hard Times Cafe.
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Postby No_substitute_for_you » Wed Dec 01, 2004 10:28 pm

I'm eating a bowl of icing sugar.
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Minty_
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Postby Minty_ » Wed Dec 01, 2004 11:09 pm

@Kathy we are not your typical French couple. I am from Australia but I am Asian. The only French food I know how to make is 'Roatatoo' it's a vegetarian dish from South of France. I only make that in the summer, it's not solid enough for Winter. We live in Strasbourg it's very cold here in the winter. My husband is French. But he likes Asian cusines, especially spicy ones, that's why Thai, Indian, Korean and Sze-chuan (province in China who's cuisine are mostly spicy) are always on the menu.

Italian cuisines (the pastas dishes) are the only ones that's consumed weekly because I find it easy to make. French cuisine is in comparison more expensive and difficult to make. I only get to eat them when I go to my in laws house for dinner or for easter or x'mas that's when my hubby gets to cook for me delicious French food. Yes it's full of butter! However as wine is consume with the Butters it lowers your cholesterol, hence besides the Japanese French have the worlds second highest life span.

We would of consume more often Mexican food if it isn't so expensive. The mexican sauces here are made in Switzerland that's why. Auchan (a supermarket in France) offers a cheaper option but still fairly expensive.

Asian food are expensive too, but I make my own sauces and cook myself plus we get free vegetables from my in laws' garden so it becomes fairly cheap.

@Towelie I don’t think I said that my husband is a chef. You may have misunderstood me. I possibly said something like he cooks like a chef. He is a better cook than me in cuisines I am unfamiliar with. I think French people are well trained in their senses because of their great love of wine. Anyway with the ones I introduced to him he likes most of them. Unlike most people when they choose Chinese food they tend to choose Cantonese food, my husband prefers Szechwan cuisine. That’s about all. Yes he doesn’t respond well to Cantonese food.

Anyway, tonight I had Tuna Sushi and Egg Sushi for dinner. For side dish I had Kimchii (Korean pickled Cabbage) and green salad. Oh the salad I have everyday is western salad otherwise I will specify. For desert I had a mandarin and some cookies. Then mint tea as usual!
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Postby Niels0827 » Wed Dec 01, 2004 11:45 pm

Ferrero Rocher chocolates. It's December, so I use that as an excuse to munch away on the brown goodness. :P
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Postby airmancoop44 » Thu Dec 02, 2004 1:54 am

Ice Cream, yum
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Postby No_substitute_for_you » Thu Dec 02, 2004 2:18 am

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Postby toxicsideeffects » Thu Dec 02, 2004 4:08 am

Sucking down Bailey's Irish Cream, milkshake-style. It rolled out of the car door when I opened up and crashed on the pavement, so I had to salvage what was left in the grocery sack. I poured it into a big ol' glass and accidentally put it in the fridge, where it solidified into a milkshake-like substance.

So yeah...Bailey's Irish Cream milkshake.


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Minty_
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Postby Minty_ » Thu Dec 02, 2004 11:32 pm

Bailey sounds good. I had chicken fettuccini with green salad. For desert I had cookies and a nashi (Japanese Pear). Right now I am drinking mint tea.
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