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eifie
Posts: 49/51
just had arbys and cream soda!
Reimu
Posts: 64/65
I had pretzel chicken for dinner tonight. It was quite good.
Tarale
Posts: 1589/1598
Yeah, I don't either. I had a MOUNTAIN of food though and even after I fed guests there was still enough for a LOT of leftover! Tasted great though: next time I make it I'll have to invite more/hungrier guests.

I'm eating leftover mashed sweet potato that was the baby's dinner. Mine has salt on it though.
sofi
Posts: 3732/3735
Originally posted by Tarale
Originally posted by sofi
what are you doing wrong?

If I knew what I was doing wrong, I'd stop doing it wrong

Because the rice was cooked in the jambalaya I just put the whole dish in tubs in the freezer. Defrosted overnight, added a bit of water when reheating on the stove. Wasn't bad or anything, just the texture was a little bit different, I guess in enough of an unexpected way to throw me.

oh that’s the problem

the freezing thing only applies to plain white rice

i don’t know about any other kind of rice (tbh i don’t eat flavored rice often)
eifie
Posts: 40/51
i just had taco bell now im drinking more kahlua
Tarale
Posts: 1585/1598
Originally posted by sofi
what are you doing wrong?

If I knew what I was doing wrong, I'd stop doing it wrong

Because the rice was cooked in the jambalaya I just put the whole dish in tubs in the freezer. Defrosted overnight, added a bit of water when reheating on the stove. Wasn't bad or anything, just the texture was a little bit different, I guess in enough of an unexpected way to throw me.
sofi
Posts: 3731/3735
Originally posted by Tarale
Originally posted by sofi
reheated frozen rice

Yeah, this did not work very well for me and was what was better about the jambalaya when it was fresh.

what are you doing wrong? it’s working great for me. could it be the way you’re storing it?

as far as rice dishes go, i only eat plain white jasmine rice, btw. could be it.
Tarale
Posts: 1584/1598
Originally posted by sofi
have been truly stepping up my leftover food game. by exerting a tiny bit of extra effort into my cooking routines, i’ve basically made food last longer.

I managed to make my freezer temporarily unusable by filling it with so many leftovers and stuff for later.

We had leftover jambalaya last night. It was much better fresh.

Originally posted by sofi
reheated frozen rice

Yeah, this did not work very well for me and was what was better about the jambalaya when it was fresh.
sofi
Posts: 3729/3735
have been truly stepping up my leftover food game. by exerting a tiny bit of extra effort into my cooking routines, i’ve basically made food last longer.
  1. reheated frozen rice
  2. leftover restaurant 蒸肉餅 (steamed minced pork), made into an omelette
  3. steamed vegetables
  4. leftover mooncake
  5. fusion white + green tea

tbh a very Chinese meal if i do say so myself
Tarale
Posts: 1539/1598
I'm trying to be good, so we had a smoothie and muesli.
And coffee. Coffee doesn't count. Especially as it's black coffee with no sugar anyway.
Xenesis
Posts: 2430/2449
I almost ate a sandwich made out of mouldy bread.

I was thankfully alert and saw it. So I ate a sandwich with uh, not-mouldy bread. Toasted lf-cheese and croatian salami sandwich.

Was good.
Reimu
Posts: 27/65
I had some Asiago chicken for dinner tonight with potato fries. It was really good and I'll have some more tomorrow.
Tarale
Posts: 1524/1598
Originally posted by Lunaria
I'm not quite sure, actually. I did a literal translation, because I couldn't find what it was called in English, and further looking around I still couldn't find any.

Anyway, I never actually make it myself, I just buy it pre-made/frozen because #effort and no kitchen space. Anyway, it's generally mashed potatoes mixed with bigger pieces you get by grating whole potatoes. I tried to look up recipes online and it varies a lot what is added otherwise. If you can stand translating recipes from Swedish, search for "potatisbullar", recipe in Swedish is recept. :p

Anyway, you form them into small flat pucks and generally fry them. The foodstuff is generally very, very, compact and loses heat slowly. It's (usually) served with bacon and lingonberry sauce. :p

Thank you for this! I found a recipe. Google Translate has made it unintentionally hilarious ("sip the potato water") but I get the general idea. Sounds pretty easy actually, seems like one of those things you can do with leftover mashed potato, like bubble and squeak.

I had French toast for breakfast, because we had stale bread, and eggs, and cinnamon.
Rambly
Posts: 1840/1892
i just ate macaroni and cheese at 9am because i'm normal and i make good life decisions

i'm also about to go to bed, so good night
Lunaria
Posts: 5417/5486
Originally posted by Tarale
Originally posted by Lunaria
mashed potato that was then prepared as buns in the oven, and bacon with that. ~w~

#Swedishasfuck

Wait, what? I'm really curious about this… how do you make the mashed potatoes into buns? Just… roll it up into balls? I think this might be a really easy thing for my baby to eat, so I'm very interested to know more about the method!
I'm not quite sure, actually. I did a literal translation, because I couldn't find what it was called in English, and further looking around I still couldn't find any.

Anyway, I never actually make it myself, I just buy it pre-made/frozen because #effort and no kitchen space. Anyway, it's generally mashed potatoes mixed with bigger pieces you get by grating whole potatoes. I tried to look up recipes online and it varies a lot what is added otherwise. If you can stand translating recipes from Swedish, search for "potatisbullar", recipe in Swedish is recept. :p

Anyway, you form them into small flat pucks and generally fry them. The foodstuff is generally very, very, compact and loses heat slowly. It's (usually) served with bacon and lingonberry sauce. :p
Tarale
Posts: 1520/1598
Chocolate with honeycomb toffee in it, to reward myself for doing some cleaning up.
Xkeeper
Posts: 23309/23358
Taco Bell. It's... not good.

I was originally going to get another sub from Subway, but I decided against it.

We don't have much in the way of food at home, owing to a large backlog of dishes that need hand-washed because our previous dishwasher mostly coated them in drain-clogging gunk or something.
Thaminga
Posts: 11/15
Just kinda threw something together because I felt like it, I s'pose.

Pictured: half-eaten homemade pita(???) with peanut butter, paprika and basil.
sofi
Posts: 3689/3735
steamed taro buns. i usually microwave these but this time i steamed them. it takes 2 minutes to microwave but some 15 minutes to steam, but the texture steamed is so much better.

but is it 7.5× better? yeah i’d say so.

steaming is life tbh

Tarale
Posts: 1515/1598
Originally posted by Lunaria
mashed potato that was then prepared as buns in the oven, and bacon with that. ~w~

#Swedishasfuck

Wait, what? I'm really curious about this… how do you make the mashed potatoes into buns? Just… roll it up into balls? I think this might be a really easy thing for my baby to eat, so I'm very interested to know more about the method!

I had cruskits with cream cheese, because I didn't go shopping and there's not much to eat in the house.
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