Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by Trusteft, Jan 30, 2012.
Steak And French Fries..
This looks absolutely delicious.
And has always been the most favourite meal.
Our family goes out to a pub lunch every so often. They will always ask me what I are going to order.. 95% of the time it will be Steak (Either Rump or Sirloin)
I had this earlier today.
Not the best photo, but what are you going to do?
It might be called roast beef out there, I am not sure. We call it Μοσχαράκι κοκκινιστό here. Which means red(ish) beef.
Very soft/tender meat.
In this case served with rice.
I love myself some beef and rice.
Liver And Bacon, with Mashed Spuds, with onion Gravy.
This is a dessert from an outing a couple days ago. It's was had at The Great Buffet of China, if you are ever in Saskatoon you have to visit, they are the best smorgasbord in Saskatoon.
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Just had this about an hour ago, egg fried rice with sweet and sour chicken balls and guang xang zu or something chicken balls (they had this hot sauce and bbq sauce mix on them, they were good though) at Manchu Wok.
Supper today at Montana's - Mashed Potatoes, Cornbread (half eaten ), Chicken Breast marinaded in buttermilk then fried with breadcrumbs and covered in gravy, then dessert Toffee Cake covered with chocolate syrup drizzle:-
The Texas Burger and Home-made Chips at Guston's Grille this evening...
This is a Fajita Taco Salad w/Chicken. This pic is as the dish was delivered to my table. I put Salsa on it and stirred it well before eating it.
(choked with the cold so I’m only half kidding)
You know I should add, it's been almost 2 years since I last had any alcohol, and before that it had been one year before I had that one beer.
I know some people can't live without it, but I don't mind. It was hard at first, but once I got used to living without it, it was pretty easy to just go on living without drinking.
Chinese style Noodles with Chicken and black bean sauce.
Noodles are one of my fave things to eat.
Hope you used chopsticks.
I never figured out chopsticks and why people who are aware of forks and spoons still prefer them.
It's a culture thing... gotta keep it real out there!
is it really culture.. or simply down to tradition.... frankly i find anyone that utters "tradition" specially in terms of culture as frankly backwards and silly or even arguably stupid (in terms of just doing it because it's tradition or the culture and not for far more valid reasons, and i'm not talking honor either)
I don’t drink that much any more, stopped habitually drinking beer at the start of the year (which basically meant I all-but-stopped drinking overnight given I used to drink beer like water).
getting old, body doesn’t look after me as well as it used to, so beer went as did my reliance on pasta for every meal (I would literally have days where I had 4 large meals of primarily pasta of some form, not good for the waistline)
still enjoy the odd bottle of red wine, and very infrequent whisky or gin
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