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Posted on 06-12-17 06:57:46 PM Link | Quote
Cheap ramen is great if you add the right stuff. Cook with some bullion, add spices, maybe add some vegetables or meats if you want. It's surprisingly not bad.

As for me, just a plain "bistro bowl salad"; one of those pre-made things that costs $2.50 but does a decent job, two lunchables, and two snack packs of pretzels. Basically breakfast, snacks, and lunch at work; nothing really huge, but it keeps you going through the day
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Posted on 06-12-17 07:21:20 PM Link | Quote
I made pierogi lasagna!







So how I did it? I bought a 1lb pack of (potato and cheddar) pierogis at the local Polish market. Coat a casserole in butter, put frozen pierogi evenly spread at the bottom. Mix one cup of milk and cream cheese each by heating up until it blends and adding two teaspoons of MSG, then pour all over the pierogi . Spread a layer of shredded cheddar on top and some bacon cut into small pieces. Put in the oven at 400F for 25-30 minutes and while that's done fry an onion in butter until caramelized. At the end, garnish the casserole with the onion.

10/10 would die eating
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Posted on 06-25-17 01:18:02 AM Link | Quote
Got a huge can of this stuff called Poppycock, with cashews in it, and it keeps going into my face. Shit this should be illegal. The can should be taken away from me for my own good.
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Posted on 06-25-17 04:47:58 PM Link | Quote
Hot pockets (again). Pepperoni pizza flavor this time.

Maybe Costco-made mac & cheese tonight, depending on other things.
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Posted on 06-27-17 12:43:13 AM (last edited by Tarale at 06-27-17 01:03:45 AM) Link | Quote
Originally posted by Xkeeper
Hot pockets (again). Pepperoni pizza flavor this time.

Maybe Costco-made mac & cheese tonight, depending on other things.

Costco is where I got the sinful Poppycock stuff from! We've only had one in Adelaide for a few years. I'm not a member, but every now and then I go with a friend who is, and I wind up buying something terrible. Even though I've been there a few times now, it's still so weird to me every time I go there. Part of the weirdness is unfamiliarity with the American brands that are available there, and part of it is the strange selection in general. I'm not used to having a place where you can buy a TV and a wireless doorbell also being the same place I can buy a canister of caramel corn and a kilogram of spreadable butter.

Dammit I'm back into the canister of Poppycock again.

Edit/update: I feel a bit sick again.
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Posted on 07-07-17 08:28:06 AM Link | Quote
Right now I'm just having a glass of milk for breakfast. But yesterday I had a chimichanga at a local texmex restaurant:

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Posted on 07-13-17 02:50:04 PM (last edited by Reverend Crush at 07-13-17 02:50:20 PM) Link | Quote
Right now, I'm eating a very sad Healthy Choice steamer that's supposed to be sesame chicken, but just looks like a bland mess.

It was either this or beef jerky.
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Posted on 07-14-17 08:08:58 PM Link | Quote
I'm eating boneless spare rib tips with plain pork fried rice.
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Posted on 07-18-17 03:10:24 PM Link | Quote
McDonalds.

I'm a little irritated that I asked twice for sweet & sour and they gave me nothing.
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Posted on 07-18-17 03:14:54 PM Link | Quote


Leipäjuusto with lakkahillo, or Finnish squeaky cheese with cloudberry jam. Brought the cheese home from Finland, but couldn't bring the jam on an airplane. Fortunately, we could get some of the right kind from Ikea. Very tasty!
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Posted on 07-18-17 03:16:57 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Sanqui
Leipäjuusto with lakkahillo, or Finnish squeaky cheese with buttberry jam. Brought the cheese home from Finland, but couldn't bring the jam on an airplane. Fortunately, we could get some of the right kind from Ikea. Very tasty!


Squeaky... cheese?

I mean, it looks interesting, but that sure is a name.
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Posted on 07-18-17 03:18:29 PM (last edited by StapleButter at 07-18-17 03:18:44 PM) Link | Quote
that shit looks tasty


reminds me a little of 'crème brûlée' although that dessert isn't made of cheese

or some sort of cheesecake
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Posted on 07-18-17 03:20:14 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Xkeeper
Squeaky... cheese?

I mean, it looks interesting, but that sure is a name.

It really does squeak against your teeth!
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Posted on 07-18-17 04:16:53 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Sanqui
Originally posted by Xkeeper
Squeaky... cheese?

I mean, it looks interesting, but that sure is a name.

It really does squeak against your teeth!

We have cheese curd here in Canada that gets called squeaky cheese sometimes, buuut it looks nothing like that.
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Posted on 07-19-17 04:53:58 AM Link | Quote
I've tried that kind of cheese before. It's pretty good, and it really is squeaky!

The trick is that the cheese is baked as part of its preparation. Its name literally means "bread cheese" because of it.

I've never tried cloudberry jam before, but it certainly sounds a lot more appetizing than
Originally posted by Xkeeper
buttberry jam
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Posted on 07-19-17 05:39:35 PM Link | Quote
Except for that chimichanga earlier, my meals have been very bland and small lately because I've been on a diet. This is today:

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Posted on 07-19-17 06:35:31 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Q
I've never tried buttberry jam before, but it certainly sounds a lot more appetizing than
Originally posted by Xkeeper
buttberry jam


After a while you forget butt to butt is installed and you just kind of roll with it.


Today's lunch is "cabo pockets" (soft-taco shape soft tortillas with chicken and cheese inside) and a burger. Unhealthy as hell, but I didn't have time to make lunch or get something better.
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Posted on 07-29-17 08:59:50 PM Link | Quote
Thai food is good.



Phat si-io! It was great Also had some Thai Iced Tea.
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Posted on 08-02-17 01:23:22 AM Link | Quote
Toasted bagel with cream cheese. So simple and warm.
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Posted on 08-02-17 02:27:34 AM Link | Quote
That, or toasted bagels with butter, are really good. And simple to make.

Though I like untoasted w/ cream cheese, too.
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