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No. 1057483

Post random things you ate and why. A picture of the thing you ate is always appreciated. Please don't vent about your life here.

No. 1057485

I just ate a pokebowl with tuna and spicy mayo, it tasted good. No picture, it's all in my stomach right now.

No. 1057487

File: 1644350610889.jpg (164.21 KB, 750x524, fatbastard.jpg)

>>1057483
i went to a place where they put noodles in the burrito instead of rice and ate that. pic not my food but you can see the noodles

No. 1057489

File: 1644350652071.jpg (29.45 KB, 600x400, linzer.jpg)

I ate one of these and I'm making green tea

No. 1057503

>>1057489
This post makes me sound like an uwu fairy larper and I am sorry but I swear I am just a regular person

No. 1057510

File: 1644351303528.jpg (1.81 MB, 2448x2860, IMG-2516.jpg)

just had paccheri with wild boar ragù for dinner
>why
because my dad made it
>picrel is not mine, I ate at least twice that portion

No. 1057512

>>1057503
That's not true, that sounds like an amazing choice of snack to go with tea.

No. 1057516

>>1057512
That's nice to hear, then maybe it is me who is the judgmental cranky bastard.

No. 1057531

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Finished some of these they are so good but so expensive for what they are. I want to make some in the future

No. 1057534

File: 1644352206751.jpg (247.88 KB, 1474x1474, rosten-runeberg-irto-argb.jpg)

The top part of this bad boy.

No. 1057562

haven't we heard this thread already under a slightly different name? It's buried somewhere in the catalogue

No. 1057578

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>>1057489
Look nonnie i made these

No. 1057588

>>1057578
They're looking at me

No. 1057606

>>1057578
>>1057489
What are they called?

No. 1057608

>>1057578
So much jam on those bad boys
>>1057606
Linzer cookies

No. 1057615

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>>1057608
Send me some for valentines

No. 1057627

>>1057578
They're so cute!

No. 1057646

>>1057578
Cute!

I love mackays jam so much. im eating the exact same one on toast rn. the best jam ever.

No. 1057714

File: 1644356649946.jpg (1.68 MB, 3000x3000, 00038000597725_D1NG_s01.jpg)

i ate a nutri grain bar because i had no appetite this morning but i still gotta eat something

No. 1057769

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Just had a hotdog, some curly fries and mixed veggies! Thought I don't make my dog as messy as picrel, I like my dogs neat n tidy.

No. 1057771

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>>1057483
Today I ate avocado toast with Old Bay seasoning on top. I make many permutations of avocado toast but had never tried Old Bay on it before so I kept it simple this time. It was good, I’d do it again. No pic because I’m not a socialmediafag.

No. 1057807

>>1057510
love wild boar

No. 1057822

File: 1644359800000.jpg (52.74 KB, 440x587, 40f6ea68349438be56c051db4ccbc8…)

picrel and also dried mango

No. 1057912

File: 1644363269978.jpeg (459.13 KB, 2560x1920, 1B1330A7-2ADF-418C-B695-9F9526…)

Best cake in the world

No. 1057915

>>1057912
recipe?

No. 1057921

File: 1644363714190.jpg (77.95 KB, 612x592, breakfast.jpg)

I ate a full english breakfast with sweet coffee and then two slices of warm white bread with salted butter, and strawberries

No. 1057934

File: 1644363957643.jpg (1.64 MB, 2276x2276, 1684864.jpg)

I made dak-bokkeum-tang, similar to picrel but I added tteok. I made mine sweet, it was so goooood might go back for seconds.

No. 1057943

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>>1057915
Nta but I'm assuming it's Swedish kladdkaka

No. 1057961

File: 1644365135820.jpg (45.8 KB, 640x640, coconut_cream.jpg)

I have a bad sinus infection and didn't feel like eating anything complicated so I ate a can of this.

No. 1057967

4 slices of rye bread, a banana, italian butter cookies, coconut yogurt, and ice cream for my breakfast (yes im dysfunctional)

No. 1057984

File: 1644365803535.jpg (716.7 KB, 1075x944, Chef Kissu.jpg)

About to get a garlic butter crab and mussels seafood boil delivered to my front door. I'm wheezing and sweating butter.

No. 1057988

>>1057961
sounds good honestly

No. 1057990

File: 1644366064794.jpeg (94.57 KB, 679x541, 43CC5A4F-E2CD-4B1A-80EA-AF8F84…)

Ate 3 packets of these bad boys and can easily eat 3 more, I like to add stir fry veg mix and extra seasonings to them

No. 1058022

>>1057990
Mmmmmm fuck yeah

No. 1058084

>>1057912
torta caprese?

No. 1058119

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Literally the only thing I ate today. About to eat a Kinder bueno until I get home.

No. 1058131

>>1057483
Made biscuits and gravy for the first time in years today and then baked a cherry pie. I took a picture of the pie, but it doesn't look good. Tastes good!

No. 1058199

>>1058131
Wow nonny! You sound like an amazing chef

No. 1058235

File: 1644381731007.jpeg (98.64 KB, 989x742, 8A566373-CC58-4C32-84CB-30A51E…)

I baked a lemon drizzle cake. It doesn’t look as pretty as picrel but it tastes delicious.

No. 1058264

>>1058119
tell me you at least flipped it around and put it on a plate!

No. 1058302

>>1058264
you sick bitch, these are supposed to be eaten in these cups with the mandatory wooden spoons for taste. i swear to god, the degen shit you guys come up with

No. 1058475

File: 1644400917153.jpg (157.23 KB, 829x680, 118322328_10158659315918139_88…)

I ate a small frozen pizza, a snickers and some chips. Probably just have some water based soup in the evening due to the calorie intake, but it sure scratched an itch.

No. 1058536

>>1058199
T-Thanks!

But I just used canned filling and pre-made crusts………..

No. 1058769

>>1057961
you ate a straight up can of coconut cream??

No. 1059581

Eating Dorito nachos with a lot of avocado

No. 1059604

I had pizza with a curry sauce base, it also had lots of garlic, spinach and chilies. I had it with a little bit of sour cream and fuck was that tasty

No. 1059615

File: 1644472853086.jpg (77.73 KB, 600x900, Lemon-Garlic-Parmesan-Baked-Sa…)

For dinner I made a salmon filet with some garlic green beans and baby bella mushrooms cooked in butter/olive oil, with a little bit of thai chili flakes to spice it up a bit. Was good and simple. Not mine, but picrel anyways.

No. 1059620

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My Nigel made me a mug brownie because I was craving sweets

No. 1059624

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>>1059620
Aww

>>1059620
My roommate made us ceviche tonight

No. 1059626

>>1059624
ayrt, yum! Ceviche rules

No. 1059644

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10/10 good flavor

No. 1059664

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Just ate kutsinta life is good

No. 1059667

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I got a huge bag of these from Costco and they’re so good. My autist food fixation of the month.

No. 1059682

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It was godly, and I want the other flavors.

No. 1059685

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just devoured two of these little bitches, best ice cream ever

No. 1059688

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>>1059664
Very jelly of you anon

No. 1059724

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Made a salad

No. 1059743

>>1059615
This is the most appetizing so far and resembles my dinners.
Just a question: is mixing butter and olive oil in cooking a thing? I always use either one or the other.

No. 1059747

File: 1644488931365.jpg (75.62 KB, 900x900, Greek-Moussaka_3-re-edited-SQ.…)

Moussaka

No. 1059845

Toast with plant based butter (not a vegan it's just really nice for no reason), smoked salmon, some strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and a banana yet I still crave dark chocolate

No. 1060356

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I wanted to eat something but nothing special and then I remembered I bought corn kernels to pop. Hell yeah I'm making popcorn

No. 1060384

>>1059724
God people really live like this? Well done.

No. 1060401

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korokke
so fucking good

No. 1060421

File: 1644522510028.jpg (247.2 KB, 1400x934, chicken.jpg)

portuguese chicken combo with fries and salade

i'm a former vegetarian going all in on the meats

No. 1060434

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put my slice in the microwave for a few seconds so it felt like freshly baked cake.

No. 1060746

>>1059743
For me it's just a flavor thing, I think olive oil and butter complement each other well. Butter just adds a creaminess to veggies that oil just can't do. I've heard that it aids in allowing you to cook at a higher heat then you normally would if just using butter. Which is cool for me since I'm usually tired when I get off work and normally just want to whip up something fast.

No. 1060759

>>1060384
N-no bully… just wnted to eat healthy…

No. 1060859

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I feel retarded but I'm really happy to see everyone eating well itt, it warms my heart
I put boujie almond butter I got from wholefoods on lavash x3 and it was so yummy

No. 1060878

>>1060434
is that the shit they sell at aldi lol

No. 1060896

>>1060859
might be high but the tiny words and the pic on the side made me think this was mammoth butter

No. 1061115

>>1057483
sage since it's unrelated but where did the gif in the thread pic come from? I'm really into 3d art so I'd love to see who made it

No. 1061231

>>1059724
Avocado, sweet potato, promegranate seeds? God I wish I had a friend who would do this for me, I don't have the patience myself, I'm so envious though! Is there something cool underneath the avocado layer?

No. 1061234

>>1061115
It's made by this studio https://www.instagram.com/p/BT_XISLBzbq/
Love it too!

No. 1062381

These thick yummy chocolate chip cookies because I am a certified chocoholic

No. 1062400

>>1062381
>these
Was there supposed to be a pic anon? Anyway, you inspired me to make some chocolate chip cookies. I actually made some a couple days ago but I had to throw the dough out

No. 1062483

I ate oatmeal with linseed and strawberry jam and milk and chia seeds

No. 1062784

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Snacking on these right now… I've always wondered if these are known or popular outside Germany

No. 1062790

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>>1062784
No surprise, we have them in the Netherlands as well. I see them on occasion in store but not as much as a couple years ago

No. 1062917

I made kenchinjiru with daikon, taro, carrot, shiitake and tofu. It’s soooo fulfilling while being low in calories. So good on cold days like this.

No. 1062921

>>1062784
isn't it the same as peanut flavoured cheetos?

No. 1062930

>>1062784
Yes but theyre not called flips and we don’t get the jumbo flips, which is a TRAGEDY.

No. 1062955

File: 1644688902824.jpg (78.5 KB, 720x1080, 37565265358326.jpg)

Green smoothie. Kale, pineapple, banana, orange, a date and some hemp seeds. Delicious.

No. 1062977

Cheese ramen. Worse than I've thought it to be.

No. 1062980

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Rate my pregnancy cravings from today.

No. 1062988

>>1062980
Neato, I wonder if your kid will grow up to like that?

No. 1062991

>>1062980
When are u due anon

No. 1062993

>>1062988
I hope so! I try to eat a very varied diet, the only thing I don't eat is meat. Although, when my mom was pregnant with me she ate a ton of strawberry ice cream and I fucking hate strawberry ice cream..

No. 1062994

>>1062988
Sorry I should elaborate, when my mom was pregnant with me inside her womb she had a lot of cravings for things she doesn't usually eat and then I came out and I like the stuff she used to crave back then. Same with my brother; I wonder if more pregnant women experience that

No. 1063100

>>1058769
Late reply but yes. I think it's delicious. It's smooth and creamy with a subtle sweetness.

No. 1063509

I ate whatever I wanted today because I had a long week. I had a chicken puff pastry for dinner and bought some chestnut buns at a bakery

>>1062784
Love buying these in the US when Aldi had German week, they’re called peanut puffs here

No. 1063862

I steamed potatoes for the first time and added soy sauce … delicious tbh.

No. 1063930

>>1062994
intriguing. I'll be asking all my friends their experiences, you could be onto something

No. 1064560

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I could've saved a couple euros if I bought the regular shaped box… but I think we all know the shape of the box being fancier makes the chocolate taste better too.

No. 1064584

>>1063100
Nta, I can’t believe anyone would do this. It’s seriously one step from just eating a can of Crisco. I almost gagged at your first post.

No. 1064586

>>1064560
>euros
If you live in the EU what on earth are you doing buying a crappy chocolate like Lindt?

No. 1064602

>>1064586
Name a better brand.

No. 1064605

>>1064586
Lindt is one of the best cheap brands of chocolate. Very smooth and creamy.

No. 1064607

>>1064560
Lindt is gross tbh i don’t know but it has a particular taste I’ve grown to hate
Its kinda like that particular taste that supermarket easter eggs have

No. 1064608

Still better than c*dbury tho

No. 1064622

>>1064586
Ayrt. I bought the brand my gf likes because they're to share between us. I like em enough. In Ireland and my options were lindt or milk tray.. we don't have amazing chocolate here.

No. 1064631

>>1064605
Their orange chocolate might be my absolute favourite sweet thing.

No. 1076804

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Kellogg's Wheats are the WORST cereals I've ever had. Crunchy Nut is the best. And I fucking love tomato soup.

No. 1076823

>>1062980
Your food cravings look delicious! I wish you a happy and healthy pregnancy nonna!

No. 1076832

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plain crackers with nothing but cheese and tomato jam cause I forgot the prosciutto

No. 1076836

>>1076832
Nice 2d male, may I save this picture sister

No. 1076863

File: 1646106736680.jpg (39.39 KB, 1080x1080, Tumblr_l_3293972174731.jpg)

I'm so thirsty

No. 1076874

Cake with vanilla ice cream while watching Frasier. Adding cream cheese to a pound cake recipe is life-changing.

No. 1078683

File: 1646176319703.png (336.85 KB, 1080x1080, coco cream.png)

I ate a carton of this today. I intended to only eat some of it and put the lid back on so I could eat some another day but I just ended up eating the entire carton.

>>1076863
>lasagna water
Please explain. I just get tips on how to avoid watery lasagna in search results.

No. 1078707

Rice goes so well with green onion and prawns.

No. 1078740

>>1057483
i made japanese ketchup pasta and… the leftovers tasted awful. had such a huge stomachache. i think i must've put too much ketchup on because the video i was watching just 'eyeballed' it

No. 1078741

File: 1646178747875.jpg (612.76 KB, 3200x2133, Croquetas-de-setas.jpg)

boletus "croquetas" !!
(Croquetas are a traditional dish in Spain)

No. 1078747

>>1078740
kek, yee reheated ketchup doesn't sound good at all

No. 1078749

>>1078741
I love them so much.

No. 1078764

>>1057483
CHICKEN BAGEL

No. 1078932

>>1078741
am i the only one who hates croquetas? i am so sick of them. my family has shoved these (and various patitas) down my throat for years, they're so disgusting and oily, the breading is awful, the filling is terrible, ugh

No. 1080465

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I posted about craving it earlier, and I finally got it. Cut up cara cara oranges and marshmallows mixed together in a bowl with a cold glass of water. So fucking good, best thing ever.

No. 1081768

I just ate mushroom and zucchini risotto with a bunch of parmesan on top, I'm so full and content right now

No. 1081875

>>1080465
I need more information on this recipe nona.

No. 1081899

>>1081875
she sounds like she just gave it to you? unless she's missing steps and it's like an actual ambrosia salad but it sounds like she literally just had some oranges with marshmallows

No. 1081911

>>1080465
That sounds so delicious Anon… Do you mix it with a blender or are they just put together in a bowl?

No. 1081914

File: 1646320372271.png (87.13 KB, 400x225, 2A288A6F-C38E-4AEC-B943-898D18…)

I just had one of these, they're are my favourite. Mr Kipling Angel slices. They remind me of my childhood when my mum used to put them in my lunch box for school.

No. 1081926

>>1081875
>>1081911
>>1081899
Yep, that's all the recipe is! It's literally just oranges and marshmallows cut into chunks in a bowl, no blending. Not an ambrosia salad though, I actually think those sound disgusting.

No. 1081938

america for constantly failing its citizens. this country deserves whatever is coming to it.

No. 1081939

>>1081938
I think you are lost anon

No. 1081950

>>1081938
We can't even get away from the America hate in the food thread

No. 1081952

>>1081914
I like their lemon slices. French fancies too. Had them alot growing up but I rarely buy them for myself now. They're a lil too good..

No. 1081953

>>1081950
OMG i read it has things you hate im so sorry ill leave

No. 1081997

File: 1646324354835.jpg (59.55 KB, 600x600, 22465425_CFHlKZXxI8W2zsJiDD6bO…)

Cheese tarts from Pinklady. It has a light, moussey texture! My parents bought two boxes ate through one themselves kek. I've been eating one each day after dinner as a small dessert. Flavors I've had so far are matcha, chocolate, and black sesame.

No. 1082001

>>1081953
lole….AND DONT COME BACK!

No. 1082002

>>1081997
Oh these look so fucking DELECTABLE. Anon you have cursed be with a yearning for pinklady cheese tarts.

No. 1082023

File: 1646325129310.jpg (311.63 KB, 1200x800, long grapes.jpg)

Eating some very long grapes and water for breakfast Or a snack? I think I might actually cook for breakfast. Grapes are so refreshing.
>>1081953
Lmao
>>1081997
I'm so jealous anon! These look beyond delicious, just fully convinced me that I need to go to NY.

No. 1082033

>>1082002
I hope you'll get to eat some one day!! They are delicious! There's a place much closer by me that sells Hokkaido baked cheese tarts and they are similar (a smidge bigger and more dense) but they're almost double the price per tart so… no thanks. Pinklady is the way to go.

>>1082020

I'll trade you some cheese tarts for those long grapes kek. But yes please come visit come day! There's so many good places to eat.

No. 1082039

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>>1082033
Also I'll add this because I had this just the other day. On the same block as pinklady is a Chinese vegetarian restaurant. I'm not vegetarian or vegan but their char siu made of mock meat is to DIE FOR. There's something about the texture of it that makes me go fucking bonkers for it. I wish real meat was this texture. It's stupid good.

No. 1082040

>>1082023
I used to sell these at a fruit stand I worked at, they weren’t our most popular item.. but they’re delicious!

No. 1082050

>>1082023
Never seen a long grape before, they look like they're sour. Are they?

No. 1082052

>>1082050
They’re really sweet actually! Usually seedless or with small seeds.

No. 1082054

zamn all i ate for brekky was a hanful of oates

No. 1082060

>>1082050
Nope, very sweet and juicy. I think they're called moon drop grapes, I didn't really look at the label when I bought them.

No. 1082102

>>1082060
We call the “witch fingers” kek

No. 1083144

Currently eating doritos and fresh gauc.

No. 1083294

>>1082102
out here we call them smurf penises lel

No. 1083706

File: 1646372151510.jpg (Spoiler Image, 501.06 KB, 1936x1915, mushhhh.jpg)

Enoki mushrooms with chimichurri, was very tasty

No. 1084047

>>1082023
First time I’m seeing these woow

No. 1084085

>>1083706
wtf that looks RANK

No. 1084217

>>1083706
This shit looks fuckin good, gimme some nona

No. 1088001

File: 1646595699695.jpg (35.67 KB, 500x375, croissant-breakfast-sandwich-1…)

Croissant breakfast sandwich and a strawberry latte.

No. 1088002

File: 1646595814464.jpg (259.74 KB, 640x853, FaceApp_1632261868181.jpg)

>>1088001
Mmm dat sound good

No. 1088021

>>1088001
It's a sin to make a sandwich with croissant. Delicious sin.

No. 1088023

File: 1646597378388.jpg (192.03 KB, 1000x750, brie.jpg)

300g of this in one sitting

No. 1088040

>>1088001
and you didn't share nonny

No. 1088203

File: 1646607831423.jpg (1.64 MB, 2883x3006, Mmmmm donuts.jpg)

Just had mochi donuts for the first time and god it scratch my sugar craving I had for weeks now.

No. 1088208

>>1088203
I tried these and didn't get the hype. They're barely chewy enough to be considered mochi and I was expecting more flavor variation but they're all pretty much just "sugar." Good for social media pics but boring

No. 1088721

File: 1646648781311.jpg (219.87 KB, 1000x1000, pls.jpg)

Snacking on these and contemplating not stopping until they're gone

No. 1088765

File: 1646650758862.jpg (99.35 KB, 1024x1024, blondie.jpg)

Eating pistachio blondies right now.

No. 1088810

>>1088721
>>1088765
Yum. I must've been a squirrel in all my past lives because I go so nuts over nuts.

No. 1088824

>>1088203
I miss this so much. I used to eat pon de rings on a daily basis when I lived in Japan.

No. 1088862

I just ate some crinkle cut carrots with water for breakfast, may end up making some fried eggs with turmeric/ketchup in a bit after I smoke some bowls and get more of an appetite.
>>1083706
your cat puked on your food anon :( >>1088721
I need these NOW, that sounds so good.I love dill pickle flavored things. i wonder if they make peanuts with that flavoring.

No. 1088864

File: 1646658551393.jpg (53.23 KB, 608x608, blueberry-honey-overnight-oats…)

i eat overnight oats every morning and i love how it looks in the jar, similar to picrel. i don't use any additional sweetener though. my supermarket finally got good blueberries again!

No. 1088872

File: 1646658955447.jpg (97.17 KB, 1024x683, IMG_1404-2-1024x683.jpg)

>>1088040
I'm making another one right now, and I'll make one just for you ♥

No. 1088889

>>1088862
I posted both of those kek and yeah, it looked bad but I made it again later that day, so crunchy and fresh!

No. 1088892

File: 1646661256252.jpg (109.42 KB, 1200x1200, eggs.jpg)

I made double cream scrambled egg with duck eggs, bacon lardons and cheddar cheese. It was too rich and now I feel sick.

No. 1088950

File: 1646665298643.jpg (1.21 MB, 4032x3024, w8wstlojtco31.jpg)

Went for dimsum the other day, I want to go back!

No. 1088955

>>1088208
I would suggest maybe trying another shop? Or mochi donuts just might not be your thing. I find them pleasantly chewy and soft, there's a bit of a bounce to them. Not as chewy as straight up mochi but much more chew than a donut from, say, Krispy Kreme or Dunkin. I don't think the donuts themselves taste much of anything but the few shops I've tried have really good frosting that tastes of the flavor they're meant to be (like yuzu, matcha, hojicha, etc)

No. 1088958

File: 1646665811998.jpeg (60.09 KB, 600x433, 601D72D6-C161-439C-AB80-D67C58…)

>>1088950
Make sure you get taro dumplings next time! They look like sea sponges and are my favorite dim sum food.

No. 1088965

>>1088958
Oh my god I'm not sure if the place I went to has them but I'll definitely keep a look out for next time! Ugh now I want dimsum again lol

No. 1088983

File: 1646667211312.png (645.95 KB, 600x600, bacon-cheese-burger.png)

Bacon cheese burger poutine!! It's so rare that I eat out but when I do I NEEED THE CUUURDS

No. 1088988

>>1088983
I want to eat this but add pickles to it

No. 1088991

>>1088988
Fuck yeah nonnie

No. 1089830

File: 1646702350658.jpeg (133.45 KB, 1200x799, iu-97.jpeg)

Just had this with quality jam and good bread, and a big glass of water after! I don't know why but I've been eating multiple of these daily for the past two weeks, haven't had them since I was a child and it tastes so fucking good.

No. 1090095

File: 1646722665126.jpeg (58.62 KB, 460x460, 6B74FA65-3DA9-4F62-AF1A-707347…)

I didn’t like the indecisiveness of this cracker

No. 1090097

>>1089830
ultimate comfort food. good choice nonnie. Isn’t it the best when the bread is really soft?

No. 1092097

File: 1646851515160.jpeg (98.36 KB, 600x600, unspecified4.jpeg)

I made a simple kale salad with red onion, strawberries and balsamic vinaigrette. I've been really getting into eating kale recently. I expected it to taste worse/more bitter because I've seen a lot of people complain about kale but I've started liking more bitter things over the years so maybe that's why it didn't bother me? It's a real mouth workout to chew it though kek

No. 1092099

I made pasta with tomato sauce, spinach and cheese. It was pretty good

No. 1092103

A ton of rye bread with a ton of avocado. Pecans and cucumber (great combo). Pasta, pasta, bananas and more pecans.

No. 1092129

>>1092097
Massage your kale, it'll help with the chewing.

No. 1093156

File: 1646935212840.jpg (325.6 KB, 1125x1125, __opt__aboutcom__coeus__resour…)

2 mini tortilla pizzas. Spaghetti sauce, mozzarella slices, spinach and red onion. it smells so good jesus

No. 1093170

>>1093156
Tortilla pizza sounds sad but that looks so good. I just had little ceasers in the air fryer which made it gourmet but I would take that too

No. 1093211

File: 1646938241926.png (269.65 KB, 512x512, splitpea.png)

This split pea soup, it's my favorite type of canned soup

No. 1093432

>>1093170
It's not sad nonna, just convenient! It's better than using bread slices imo, and it's good for when you don't wanna make a full pizza or pizza dough. I used street taco tortillas, so I think it was a little thicker than a usual tortilla.

No. 1093620

>>1093211
i literally had to throw this shit out. make your own, you have been missing out if you think this is anywhere near palatable. it's horrid

No. 1093886

File: 1646985703890.jpg (166.89 KB, 990x754, Seasonal_RealHoppy_Marshmallow…)

Had me some of these babies for a little snack, best marshmallows eveerrr next to those little banana and strawberry marshmallows. These are 1000% better that peeps, and they don't leave any nasty dyed sugar crystals all over your fingers. And the different colored marshmallows actually fucking taste different. So tasty.

No. 1093980

File: 1646992683367.jpg (155.08 KB, 900x900, 1018222910.jpg)

i just ate these and am having the worst stomach pains of my life idk what happened

No. 1094244

>>1093980
That's just the Cheez-It experience

No. 1094400

File: 1647025456818.jpeg (87.54 KB, 880x580, sh_580 sw_880.jpeg)

Leftovers from this stovetop chicken pot pie recipe I made last night. I don't really get why they call it a pot pie, with the biscuit it is more like chicken and dumplings

No. 1095313

File: 1647100422304.jpg (598.32 KB, 2560x1707, Fried-Chicken-Sandwich-scaled.…)

Chicken sandwich. I made a spicy mayo to go with it, so good. I ate this last night too, I think I mayo be getting addicted

No. 1095323

File: 1647101271837.jpg (17.74 KB, 303x490, lindt bear.jpg)

I just ate half of this (Christmas version). I tried to snap its head off gently but firmly but it still broke in tiny pieces. I am going to eat the rest tomorrow, Lindt chocolate kind of hurts my stomach but it's a gift and I don't want it to waste away.

No. 1095353

File: 1647102955035.jpg (26.61 KB, 473x473, 4005ddb370c69c0cca9a6b6d756aa7…)

>>1095323
Last time I mentioned Lindt on here someone shat on it like it's terrible quality.. like idk what goodies other countries have that anon better not speak to me or my three choccy babies ever again

No. 1095405

>>1095353
That plush is SO CUTE, those bunnies were my favorite thing at Easter time as a kid and I would have gone nuts if I had seen a stuffed animal like that

No. 1095422

>>1095353
I used to work at a Lindt. I dunno what that anon is smoking but there's seriously no comparison. I rarely simp for company product but I'll die on this hill.

No. 1095432

File: 1647108049676.jpg (42.63 KB, 630x355, 0162125.jpg)

Haven't had it in a little while so I really enjoyed it today. And this batch wasn't super hard or super soft, just perfectly in between.

No. 1096935

my mom and i made breakfast for dinner and i noticed a teeny bit of pink in the middle of my sausage patty but ate it anyway. if i die of food poisoning induced dehydration, i love you all.

No. 1097001

>>1095422
i hate to say this but lindt is just not that good, too sweet. i like stone ground/oaxacan chocolate not just for hot chocolate but just to eat it

No. 1097113

Heating up some frozen pancake dinners because I don't have anything sweet.

No. 1097321

File: 1647263457346.jpg (159.26 KB, 635x390, 09b0e218aaff071b6b4f0c54dfe53c…)

I made alfredo pasta with meatballs. It was delicious. Here's the recipes I used if nonnies want to give it a go, super easy! The alfredo is vegan because I'm lactose intolerant kek

Pasta: https://lovingitvegan.com/vegan-mushroom-pasta/

Meatballs: https://pinchofyum.com/best-anytime-baked-chicken-meatballs

No. 1098700

For breakfast, I'm eating an egg with American cheese, 2 slices of bacon and 2 croissant pancake things (I'm not sure what to call them, but they're good). And a lil bit of ketchup.

No. 1098726

>>1098700
>croissant pancake things
nonny do share pls

No. 1098735

>>1098726
It's not really anything special. I got a butter croissant and pressed it flat into sugar, then I put it on a (mostly, aside from a tiny bit of butter) dry pan so the sugar can caramelize on the croissant. It's not too sweet, it's mostly for the texture. I'm sure it has a name somewhere, I got the idea from watching an Asian channel make "croffles" but I don't have a functioning waffle maker so I just did that.

No. 1098738

>>1098735
Samefag, I guess I should clarify that I was using a fresh croissant, not an uncooked or frozen one.

No. 1098825

>>1057485
I'm gonna eat another poke bowl, from the same restaurant.

No. 1098901

File: 1647374722975.jpeg (186.58 KB, 1332x2400, 80dad88d-99a9-4f4d-999b-15b05b…)

Salad with this, soo tasty. I'm so happy they sell this sauce in stores now, I don't have to set foot in Chick-fil-A anymore.

No. 1098903

>>1098735
that sounds delish as fuck, I will try it. thanks <3

No. 1099105

I ate, kung pao chicken, honey glacéd chicken, chow mein, cheese Rangoon and a root beer from Panda Express. It was delish

No. 1099139

>>1099105
panda express makes my taste buds explode

No. 1099152

>>1098901
This sauce is underrated

No. 1099159

>>1098901
Interesting design choice for packaging of this one, looks like sunscreen more than anything to eat

No. 1101360

>>1099139
nta but literally how? the rice and noodles taste like literally nothing

No. 1114801

File: 1648488146214.jpg (42.43 KB, 500x375, 48aacac54b138bfc8a23c6a27f2304…)

Eating some buttery chicken nuggets with ketchup, spicy mayo and Chick fil a sauce. I would've made fries too, but the nuggets + drink are enough to fill me.

No. 1115150

Soy

No. 1115261

File: 1648516770375.jpg (1.07 MB, 3024x4032, 73b68bb0d8043ff936cc239d3d1e00…)

>>1114801
Getting ready to eat more chicken nuggets. I feel like I should eat them with bread on the side this time. So good.

No. 1115670

I added some soft tofu in with my mashed potatoes and it's really good. Sautéed some spinach and mushrooms really quick too!

No. 1117122

I can't stop eating pink ladies help aaaaaaaah

No. 1117143

File: 1648637677597.gif (3.65 MB, 255x178, 38057567-A632-45B2-BD87-BC15A7…)

>>1117122
Relatable. One of the 3 good apples. Pic unrel. Or is it….

No. 1117146

>>1117143
This is completely retarded I'm a well educated woman and I never once thought about how snakes would drink. Idk why but I would have thought they'd suck on leaves or some shit lol

No. 1117212

Lunch:
Supermarket sushi
Scrambled egg
Shopska salata
Orange pieces

‘Simple as

No. 1117385

File: 1648660736610.jpg (75.74 KB, 667x1000, IMG_4139_1-667x1000.jpg)

made nutella stuffed cookies for dessert last night, nice just wish i had some nice ice cream to pair with them

No. 1117388

File: 1648661014730.jpeg (1.7 MB, 1170x1509, 56082573-E996-4DF2-A156-9C428F…)

I ate butter paneer for lunch, it was delicious

No. 1117439

>>1117388
my next meal looks like this

No. 1117606

>>1117385
I caught diabetes looking at this image

No. 1117612

>>1095405
I still get myself one every easter…

No. 1118234

File: 1648724653810.jpeg (2.13 MB, 1500x1889, C72F4F44-4E20-4561-A011-52277E…)

Baked vegan brownies yesterday after craving them for a week just to realise I didn’t want to eat them anymore kek at least they’re really good

No. 1118238

>>1118234
oh hey i baked vegan brownies the day before yesterday

No. 1118240

>>1118234
>>1118238
Kek I'm making some as I read this thread.

No. 1118241


No. 1118244

File: 1648725535235.jpeg (65.28 KB, 500x500, 5F9430A9-D987-4000-B9DA-AA265E…)

a huge serving of cacio e pepe

No. 1118245

>>1118238
>>1118240
kek brownies taking over lolcow
>>1118241
og browniefag, mine are from rainbowplantlife

No. 1118254

>>1118241
Mine are from ChocolateCoveredKatie. She has a lot of different recipes for vegan brownies.

No. 1120918

File: 1648919809413.jpg (136.07 KB, 522x778, 71 B7aIL9oL._AC_SX522_.jpg)

Eggs, ham, and literally some of the best biscuits I've ever made in my entire life. I'm gonna be eating biscuits for the rest of the week.

No. 1121076

>>1118244
thanks for the reminder, i'll make this soon

No. 1121450

File: 1648935340387.jpg (78.68 KB, 736x1104, ea01c726c408ba7a8513542fc5b6d8…)

Biscuits and gravy. Eating before I grocery shop so my hungry mind won't be tempted by food I don't need,

No. 1125516

Had to use up a bunch of veggies so I made mushroom stroganoff, sweet potato mash and roasted brussel sprouts+carrots. Added a generous amount of dill on top of everything. I'm so happy after finishing my plate!

No. 1125518

Tuna salad sandwich and a big can of Sapporo for breakfast.

No. 1125525

my bf and I havent bought groceries in weeks so I asked him to come up with something thats in the fridge and he made a great lamb steak and roast capsicum and carrot with couscous

No. 1125537

>>1121450
I have the best luck grocery shopping when I’m hungry, otherwise all I buy is herbal tea and a box of eggs.

No. 1126092

I was high af yesterday afternoon and ate two plates of bolognese pasta with shredded cheese and herbs and a little chocolate fondant i bought at lidl. All of that despite having nausea in the morning.

No. 1126108

File: 1649313955100.jpg (706.33 KB, 2249x2117, foodfood.jpg)

>>1125516
Oh I had meant to add a pic even though it looked better in person

No. 1126452

File: 1649343650655.gif (4.02 MB, 444x250, Tumblr_l_497383323858252.gif)

I've just finished eating my last homemade chocolate chip cookie

No. 1127242

File: 1649390512026.jpg (3.87 MB, 4032x3024, 20220407_235656.jpg)

I baked these bagels earlier and I have to control myself not to eat them all.

No. 1127254

>>1126108
This looks incredible nonnie, I hope it was good.

No. 1127262

>>1127242
Do you have a recipe Nona? Looks so good, love the copious seasoning

No. 1127268

File: 1649393492411.jpg (267.27 KB, 727x1938, bagelmontreal.jpg)

>>1127262
I usually use around 3 3/4-4 cup of flour after the initial one you mix with the yeast. I also dip the dough in a bowl filled with sesame seeds (around a cup maybe and don't use roasted ones) after poaching instead of sprinkling as suggested. The malt can be replace with either molasses or honey.
The measure for the egg is 1tbsp, you can actually omit the egg. The batch I just made is eggless and I can't taste or feel the difference.
I love making bagels, there are easy and fast due to the low resting time. It is also very easy to knead by hand.

No. 1127291

>>1127268
Thank you!!!

No. 1127306

>>1127291
No problem anon! I also forgot to mention that you can replace the honey in the poaching water with either molasses or brown sugar. I have had great results with both.

No. 1134132

File: 1649912745662.jpg (47.35 KB, 569x351, 81rhWCkE4SL._AC_SX569_.jpg)

These with some butter and a slice of marble cheddar. I don't eat it very often but I love having a couple with a cold beer.

No. 1134160

>>1134132
Oh yes. Thanks for reminding me that these exist.

No. 1134333

File: 1649928366450.jpeg (9.72 KB, 347x300, 39FAF8BE-D1C5-4773-BFBF-177FB0…)

There was a huge sale on my favorite kind of greek yogurt (picrel) so I’ve been eating greek yogurt and cereal for breakfast every day. This kind is really thick, it’s delicious.

No. 1134703

File: 1649955168357.jpg (66.84 KB, 680x680, tofu.jpg)

I made sweet and sour tofu with plenty of sauce and had some of it on top of a bowl of rice. Spring allergies have been fucking up my appetite for the last few days but this really hit the spot

No. 1134709

>>1134703
Just eat meat you retarded whore. Christ(shitposting)

No. 1134710

File: 1649955573131.jpg (23.18 KB, 400x188, s-l400.jpg)

My seasonal fav

No. 1134711

>>1134703
sounds nice nonna

No. 1134712

File: 1649955669656.png (485.25 KB, 1024x403, FC3B2A18-6575-49D6-BC1D-7E35BE…)

>>1134709
Have a snickers

No. 1134713

>>1134710
I cracked a tooth while eating these last year.. still love them.

No. 1134753

>>1134709
ayrt and KEK

No. 1134860

File: 1649961295612.jpg (874.36 KB, 3000x3000, 00038000114809_F1CG_s01.jpg)

Cinnamon toast eggo, bacon and sausage

No. 1135570

Mac and cheese and BBQ bean curd/tofu. I wish I had candied yams too. I love soul food. Southern cooking is the best.

No. 1135601

>>1134713
Did you post about it here because I vividly remember reading about an anon cracking her teeth on chocolate with a candy shell and it made me paranoid for like a month

No. 1137123

File: 1650122797730.png (476.6 KB, 341x617, chocolate chip cookie.PNG)

I keep eating mac and cheese and chocolate chip cookies like a 5 year old

No. 1137130

File: 1650123076029.jpg (37.13 KB, 650x975, Blueberry-Overnight-Oats-Recip…)

made overnight oats for the first time. didn't think i'd like them but they were actually really good and have kept me full until lunch time

No. 1137137

Aloo gobi with roti. My boyfriend's grandparents brought me 10 frozen meals of it because I enjoyed the restaurant so much when we visited them. I felt so embarrassed (I hate receiving gifts) but it's so sweet that they thought of me knowing how busy I'm going to be coming up.

No. 1137143

>>1137123
Anón, why?

No. 1137148

>>1137123
oh man that is a great idea for when you're stoned or just came in from the cold. i am gonna make some

No. 1137151

>>1117143
AAHAHAAA HE'S DRINKING! AAAA LOOK AT THE LITTLE SNAKE DRINK! HE'S DRINKING WATER!!!! AAAAAAAAA

No. 1137154

>>1097321
Thanks for sharing the recipe nonny! I'll give it a try today because I can't decide between alfredo or meatballs, so I hope this will hit the spot!

No. 1137155

>>1137143
I'm fat and have leftover cookie dough and mac and cheese from a few nights ago I should clarify that I did not eat them like the pic

No. 1137156

>>1137123
that is a crazy amount of starch

No. 1137165

File: 1650124812700.jpg (137.34 KB, 750x743, EGfYO4cXoAUvnAw.jpg)

I ate ALL my blueberries and now I want more. Will this get e out the house today?

No. 1137177

I made my own fluffy pancakes, I don’t know how I managed to make them fluffy because I made everything measuring by eye, but they were tasty and amazing. 10/10 would give myself a 5 stars rating if I had my own experimental restaurant.

No. 1137313

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No. 1137355

beans

No. 1138299

File: 1650224538006.jpg (3.26 MB, 3000x2822, IMG_20220417_214036.jpg)

cheesy ramen noodles with egg and chicken leftovers because it's easy and makes my tummy feel good

No. 1138311

I hate some delicious chicken pastilla, I missed that shit so much. I need to learn how to cook pastilla myself though because it's hard to find where I live and it's a bit expensive, and I'm not taking a plane to Morocco just to eat this.

No. 1138541

File: 1650240837180.jpg (542.22 KB, 1500x1340, PIE.jpg)

Did anybody make anything nice for Easter?
I recently realised that soya-based burgers make a decent steak substitute when stewed for long enough. For lunch today I made this steak, ale, and mushroom pie, with all the classic accoutrements and homemade gravy. I also baked Easter brownies with ice cream for dessert.

No. 1138787

I just realized I ate 6 types of cheeses yesterday night.
First I ate some ravioli filled with 4 cheeses (mozzarella, gorgonzola, edamer, ricotta) with a sour cream and mushroom sauce and I added parmesan on top.
That wasn't enough as I skipped lunch so immediately after I ate a salad with romaine lettuce, carrots, beets, avocado and olives in olive oil with a whole small wheel of camembert.

I have never had a moment when I've gotten tired of cheese as it happens with all other food. I'm probably going to have it for breakfast too.

No. 1139509

>>1138541
damn… this looks delicious

No. 1139517

I’m on fucking fire, I made another tower of pancakes, 4 pancakes of different sizes, and it was absolutely delicious. I should sell them.

No. 1139549

>>1139517
i want some

No. 1139572

File: 1650331862720.jpg (220.03 KB, 1600x1067, nommiez.jpg)

Breakfast casserole for dinner.

No. 1139600

File: 1650334847043.png (511.01 KB, 750x433, kiwilime-ono-fbigbanner-mobile…)

Brown sugar oatmeal and some kiwi. Kiwi's not an ideal oatmeal fruit but I had nothing else in my house so it had to do.
I saw picrel, kiwi lime pie overnight oats, while I was searing for a picture and even though I don't care for overnight oats, I want this so bad
>>1134703
This looks so good. I've never been that into tofu despite being vegetarian but I've been getting into it recently.

No. 1139614

>>1139600
That looks amazing, have to try that.

No. 1139758

>>1134703
that looks delicious, you've inspired me

No. 1140471

>>1139509
Please nona help yourself to a slice!

No. 1141515

File: 1650470873551.png (144.78 KB, 467x325, aafe9044e194cd9263078f5870114d…)

Just had some rudimentary pies- lining the sides and bottom of a small caketin in pastry, roasting chicken alongside it, and once cooked filling it with the chicken and fried mushrooms. Ate two of the things with no cutlery. Fantastic, would not make it any other way.

No. 1141518

>>1139600
I thought that was a tuna salad parfait with diced celery on top. Your oatmeal sounds good

No. 1153180

File: 1651135755724.jpg (536.28 KB, 708x735, loaf.jpg)

Made a coconut loaf today and it was really yummy. I usually don't care for coconut but I was craving it for some reason. The coconut taste was very mild and it tasted very rich because of the vanilla extract. Yum.

No. 1153862

File: 1651172718960.jpg (185.33 KB, 1200x675, supica.jpg)

homemade chicken soup. mmm good shit, im having a refill. slurp, slurp

No. 1155709

>>1153180
Can you share the recipe pls?

No. 1155983

>>1153862
Did you make the broth yourself noña? Whenever I boil the shit out of bones (chicken or ham hocks), the broth makes me feel incredible. Satiated for a good while and just… it feels so good. I was and still am a bit mind-blown about it tbh

No. 1155987

File: 1651326646850.jpg (2 MB, 2652x3087, IMG_20190516_1327565.jpg)

Look at my delicious salad!!!

No. 1157240

File: 1651383548745.jpg (129.77 KB, 768x1152, 2ecc51af3f1ee8f776e67cc1d80fe1…)

Beetroot puree. It's good for the liver and won't impact the duodenum. The taste isn't actually that horrible, or maybe I've gone insane.

No. 1162808

File: 1651641388625.jpg (288.57 KB, 658x1200, front_de.7.full.jpg)

>>1157240
It's like I have to eat like a baby again.

No. 1165116

Veggie dogs with kimchi and kraft singles

No. 1165117

>>1155987
I'm sorries nonnies didn't appreciate your salad, it looks good.

No. 1165118

>>1155987
Yummy, I'm gonna eat a cucumber salad because of you.

No. 1165159

>>1157240
i LOVE beetroot puree actually

No. 1165179

File: 1651722327424.jpg (72.81 KB, 600x600, garlic-butter-steak-thumb.jpg)

Delicious.

No. 1165205

File: 1651723868669.jpg (123.55 KB, 1200x1800, Tuna-Noodle-Casserole.jpg)

Tuna casserole tonight for dinner bc cheap and easy and nostalgic.

No. 1165280

File: 1651730433461.jpg (871.55 KB, 2593x2594, 6703188.jpg)

Rhubarb compote
>>1165159
Oh my, someone who doesn't think I'm insane!

No. 1165296

>>1155983
I missed your reply, sorry. Yess, I love it too. In fact I made it again since then! Never made ham soup though. Does it take longer? What kind of veggies do you put in? Got any recipes? I'd love to try

No. 1165301

>>1165280
yes!! no you're not insane, it's delicious. i love rhubarb compote. we're food sisters. i can eat like a tub full of beetroot puree though. i love pureed things in general a lot though. i love baby food tbh.

No. 1165329

>>1165301
For me the pureed life is honestly not by choice, but I'm trying to make the best of it and it could be much worse.

No. 1165447

File: 1651743618605.jpg (107.06 KB, 1500x1000, 820011-rode-kool.jpg)

red cabbage mash pot

No. 1167185

File: 1651810827759.jpg (208.12 KB, 736x1103, d0013934ed3fe352f63d0cefeb9fc6…)

For dinner I'm eating fried chicken (with a dipping sauce) and ricotta cucumber and tomato salad. Mine is a lot more basic than the pic though.

No. 1167278

File: 1651817463117.jpg (154.3 KB, 1250x972, hummus-31.jpg)

I love making my own hummus pic from google though

No. 1167785

>>1167278
I really want to try making some myself!

No. 1170232

File: 1651916794772.jpg (322.24 KB, 987x1500, 91Aw3WrAQuL._SL1500_.jpg)

I got the good good

No. 1170236

>>1167785
It's super simple and definitely worth it, I can 100% recommend it. I don't like a lot of storebought hummus, but homemade is heavenly.

No. 1170546

File: 1651934733663.jpg (158.49 KB, 700x700, 358.PrawnPasta.jpg)

Made some prawn and zucchini pasta with pesto today and it was heavenly

No. 1170577

I’m sunning in my back yard right now eating cucumber slices topped with old bay seasoning and black sesame seeds: 10/10 healthy snack, I recommend it nonnies!

No. 1171190

Simple rigatoni pasta with tomato sauce, smashed roasted potatoes with chimichurri , and garlic bread with goat cheese. It's my favorite aunt's birthday! I offered to make her dinner and this is what she requested. I definitely ate too much.

No. 1171201

>>1170577
Love me some Old Bay

No. 1172004

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I tried chocolate pistachio baklava for the first time! Didn't think I'd like it, even normal baklava is way too sweet for me.

No. 1172010

>>1172004
where do you find this?

No. 1172019

>>1172010
turk, greek, bosnian or middle eastern bakeries.

No. 1172083

>>1172019
you have to be in a city to find such a specific bakery don't you. shame because it looks lovely.

No. 1172130

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Mother-in-law made us some Orthodox Easter (Pascha) treats and they are so good. Kulich bread and sweet pascha cheese spread, yum. I'd never had it til meeting his family.

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>>1172130
Pretty internet pic of the pascha cheese. It's like sweet ricotta.

No. 1172139

>>1172010
you can order them from the very famous shatila bakery in michigan if there are none around you. shatila makes amazing middle eastern pastries and their prices are excellent.

No. 1172175

>>1172130
I just had this for the first time, too. An Armenian girl I teach gave me some that her grandmother made. It was so delicious!

No. 1172207

>>1172083
I'm a local kek don't know how it is in the west.

No. 1172459

>>1172137
That's weird, I don't think I ever heard of it before… it looks so nice though! Now I want to taste it.

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>>1173446
K-kirdede nonnie?

No. 1174758

>>1173479
What are these? They look good

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I had some coconut ice cream some weeks ago and I want more, I don’t know where did my aunt got it, I will ask her so I can buy some next week, or the other week, I just can’t stop thinking about it, it was delicious.

No. 1174781

>>1174758
Íslenskar kleinur

No. 1174782

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Just had some banana pudding. Yum.

No. 1174792

>>1174782
Mmmmm jealous

No. 1175126

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Made cashew butter today and ate it with some bread and a glass of cold milk. Cashew butter is the superior nut butter.

No. 1175128

>>1175126
Cashew is just the best nut, periodt. Love how it's somehow both crunchy and creamy.

No. 1175130

>>1175128
Absolutely agree. And so versatile when used for sweet or savory dishes! They're great as a substitute in baking, whereas peanut and almond butter often have a strong aftertaste, even when used sparingly.

No. 1175138

>>1175130
Yup, love adding cashew to stir-fry, also I prefer pesto sauce with ground cashews.

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gonna eat this

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>>1178398
and this, I'll review them. I'm sure the strawberry one just tastes like regular strawberry vanilla ice cream, but not sure what to expect from the Honey Bun Flavor.
I've tried the-
>>Brownie with the candies in it-
Just takes like regular chocolate ice cream
>> Oatmeal Cream pie
Kinda tastes like..coconut ice cream? It's a different taste, doesn't taste like Oat Meal creme pies though. It had chunks of it in it.

>>Nutty Buddy-

Tastes like good vanilla, chocolate peanut butter ice cream, with chunks of the Nutty Buddy. Good. But nothing special.

>> Zebra Cake

Just vanilla frosting, yellow cake and Chocolate nothing special.
I hope Honey bun is interesting.

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>>1178405
kek thank you nona I actually really loved cosmic brownie myself

No. 1179306

I'm addicted to those stupid biscoff cookies. then I tried the ones that are little sandwiches with biscoff creme in them. they're so good aaaaah

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No. 1179801

i made this thread and i'm so happy it's still alive

No. 1179913

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Tried to make a healthy(ish) chocolate milkshake with whatever I have at home and it somehow tasted good. I made like 700ml. It's not low calorie, but that wasn't the point anyway. Pic from Google
>1 banana
>1 small apple
>a hand of frozen mango chunks
>2 small hands of fresh spinach
>vanilla soy yogurt
>high protein chocolate soymilk
>cappuccino protein powder
>1 tablespoon of nesquik

No. 1181276

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Had some spicy tuna onigiri.

No. 1181278

>>1181276
im jelly

No. 1181279

>>1178582
omfg I need this shit

No. 1181347

>>1179913
Nonny… You mixed spinach with nesquik

No. 1181392

>>1181347
I have to limit the amount of solids I eat and I need to get my veggies in somehow

No. 1193051

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Baked onion rings

No. 1193054

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Trying to get back into cooking after a lazy week of getting too much take-out bc stress! Tonight was salmon with asparagus spears and it was yum. Yay cooking.

No. 1193064

>>1193054
Nonny this looks delicious and i want to make it, what recipe did you use? I want to learn how to season salmon

No. 1193122

>>1193051
WHERE can I get one of these with the bacon and fixins

No. 1193147

>>1193054
Looks fantastic, what spices did you use?

No. 1193420

I made a spring pea and asparagus risotto with lemon rind added, and mixed in some home made pesto at the end for dinner. Very good, super garlicky.

No. 1193421

Rice with leftover omelet mix from breakfast (mushroom, tomato, green pepper, onion, jalapeno) and veggie dumplings with a spicy vinegar sauce.

No. 1193443

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Made picrel for breakfast and while it's just garlic toast + sunny side up egg with extra steps (whipped and baked egg whites with grated parmesan cheese under the yolk), it was nice to put some additional effort for a fancier looking meal.

No. 1193448

>>1193443
Yummy and inspirational

No. 1193853

greasy food

No. 1193867

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Had some McDonalds for the first time in more than two years and it was the best I've ever had in my life. I got it delivered and it was super fresh (well as fresh as fast food can be but I mean it wasn't stale or anything) and still hot when it arrived. Just had some fries and a crispy chicken sandwich.

No. 1193967

>>1193122
You could probably look around to see if any places in your city sell onion rings like that, but it's just cheese, bacon and green onions so I think it would be super easy to make at home nonna. I plan to make some like that, maybe with burger toppings too.

No. 1193976

>>1193867
I'm like this with jr bacon cheeseburgers from wendys they are always perfect and cured my hangover and depression today

No. 1193977

>>1193976
To clarify I only got one and a small chili which I know is just diced leftover hamburger meat but it hits unlike any other chili

No. 1196397

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I just ate some homemade mango sticky rice.

No. 1196416

>>1193867
I grew up in a city and then moved to the middle of nowhere… as a result I went 4 years without eating any type of fast food. It was two total extremes. I'd always been spoilt for choice before. I eventually went on a lil weekend away and the burger King I got was fucking incredible. That and I hit up some coffee places I hadn't been to in years.

When you're surrounded by options it's easy to call that stuff trash but.. that whole weekend was amazing. Those were the highlights. Might do it again in 4 years lol

No. 1201119

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I just ate this purple peanut sticky rice. It was good but I don't know what makes the rice purple

No. 1201134

>>1201119
Looks delicious. Might be colored with ube.

No. 1202266

>>1196397
that looks so good omg i wanna try it now

No. 1220750

cinnamon eggo waffle with peanut butter and sliced banana for a late night snack

No. 1220754

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spicy tuna roll

No. 1220772

>>1220754
oh I want one now

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No. 1220934

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Wish I bought more of it while being on a trip, it's so nice!

No. 1220986

>>1220754
God I had this yesterday because the cravings were so bad. Best decision of my life

No. 1220987

>>1220848
anon I love pom bears, I used to make them jump around and then bite their heads off and make scream noises

No. 1221029

I ate an avocado and haloumi sandwich, it was delicious.

No. 1223906

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I'm fucking obsessed with this shit. I've been eating it since I was studying abroad in Japan and I finally caved and bought it here in the states because it was on sale (still a bit pricey though at $7 a bag). I bought the chocolate flavor too. My roommate used to buy the matcha flavor but I don't think they've made that for the US market yet but I hope they do. I can't stop munching on it, it's so good. It's great with yogurt, it's great by itself, my favorite snack.

No. 1224003

>>1223906
omg this was so good. when i lived in china the store near me had some and i loved i so much, i was heartbroken when sthey stopped carrying it.
can't find it in yurp tho

No. 1226720

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I just had a banana, as mentioned in a previous thread, now you know the whole story

No. 1226858

>>1220848
the only crisps that don't make me feel like a huge pile of lard after

No. 1227199

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just had this, it was delicious

No. 1227203

>>1227199
I saw this before but keep forgetting to buy it. It's been so long since I've had jerky since I stopped eating meat

No. 1227209

I ate white mushrooms because they make me poop
But they make me gag

No. 1227217

>>1227203
highly recommend! it's not an exact copy of jerky (obviously) but it's mung bean and pea protein, it's actually very yummy. the seasoning is spot on and the seasoning is actually far better than most jerkies.

No. 1227226

What is your go-to food for making sure you poop before a photoshoot or something?

No. 1227228

Eating a rice cake with crunchy peanut butter and banana

No. 1227230

>>1227226
Coffee

No. 1227231

>>1227226
Oatmeal

No. 1227234

>>1227230
I drink like 20 cups of coffee and I still don't go

No. 1227367

>>1227199
Knowing Beyond Meat products, this is probably more expensive than regular jerky which is already stupidly expensive.

No. 1227417

Garden salad from a pizza place I added leftover lentils and beans to. Extra croutons with jalapeno ranch, babyyy

No. 1227421

>>1227367
it was $1.78 for a 3 oz package at walmart. a 3 oz package of jack links is like $3.50, so it was actually cheap.

No. 1227589

Does pineapple fuck up anyone else? I just had one and it gave me a huge headache for hours.

No. 1227650

>>1227199
Best vegan jerky is the one they sell at chinese market. Super cheap too. Not vegan and I always get a bag whenever I go.

No. 1228218

>>1220934
just had one of these bc of u nonna

No. 1228919

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one of these babies

No. 1229224

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Had some homemade chickpea curry with garlic naan on the side.

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just had a few slices of homemade bread and butter pickles straight from the jar mmm
I really have to limit myself because I could 100% demolish a whole jar of them in one sitting

No. 1229427

>>1227650
i don't know if they sell vegan jerky at the chinese markets near me, but i'm going to check! thanks anon

No. 1229440

>>1227226

probiotic or fermented foods. Ive had some spectacular poops after drinking those Goodbelly shots

No. 1229460

>>1229419
Wtf nonnie, those look exactly like my grandma's homemade pickles, do we have the same grandma? kek

No. 1229480

>>1229460
this is just a picture from google kek. Totally wish I had a grandma's homemade pickles though I bet they're delicious

No. 1229749

>>1229747
i know u are but what am i?

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No. 1229782

>>1229747
Nobody cares the way you care. That testosterone is rotting your brain btw.

No. 1229791

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Just had some marbled banana bread with a glass of milk.

No. 1229819

>>1229791
yum is the marble chocolate? never seen this

No. 1229820

god i hate men

No. 1229857

>>1229820
me too, but what did you eat today, anon?

No. 1229864

>>1229857
sorry, i had a brain snap posting that, i had some lemon and herb crusted salmon it was nice. i ate it with some feta cheese also, what about you anon?

No. 1229899

>>1229819
Yes! It's quite easy to make too!

No. 1229938

>>1229864
Kek, I love you. That sounds delicious. I had some egg toast for breakfast and planning to order takeout for lunch.

No. 1232804

Ate toast with rhubarb jam, scrambled egg, and like a half cup corned beef hash

No. 1232825

>>1232804
Are you a 65 year old British man? No one under 65 would eat that meal. Hope it was delicious regardless Mrs nonnietrude

No. 1233761

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2 Kotlets with a small bowl of salad. They were so tasty I'm looking forward to having the leftovers tomorrow

No. 1234885

>>1233761
Had 2 kotlets again with way more salad, so delicious it's made my day

No. 1236449

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Ate some dumplings with sweet chili sauce. I love sweet chili sauce. And dumplings.

No. 1236508

>>1232825
Nah I'm super young and that sounds really good, i miss corned beef since they don't sell it in my country

No. 1242156

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I made this cauliflower soup today and it was so fucking good nonas. I just want to have it every week. I made some garlic toast to go with it and it was amazing. I never thought a cauliflower soup could be this yummy. Mine came out more like a tan color because I roasted my cauliflower a little too long, but it didn't ruin the taste at all. I also used a hand blender because actually putting hot soup into a blender seems crazy kek. Anywhere, here is the link to the recipe!
https://cookieandkate.com/creamy-roasted-cauliflower-soup-recipe/#tasty-recipes-31675-jump-target

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I just ate one and burned my tongue

No. 1242575

>>1242156
thank you so much for the recipe nonna! I'll be making this this week yum

No. 1243315

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Gorging on glorious gobi manchurian

No. 1243436

>>1242156
Thank you thank you thank you! I love bringing soup to work for lunch on cold days. I’ll be tucking this one away for winter.

No. 1245890

Curry potato salad with spicy pickled veggies and a pack of ramen with lots of furikake (and a little bit of curry mayo from the salad)

No. 1246568

made homemade fried pickles for the first time and they weren't bad, i wish they were a little crispier but not bad for a first attempt.

No. 1246617

>>1057483
I've been obsessed with these pork bone soup broth packets I bought from amazon, adding silken tofu and frozen whole leaf spinach. So delicious, healthy, quick to make (time it takes for the spinach to thaw/heat) and perfect with a side salad and (fatty) dressing. Made my recent health kick really enjoyable and feel like i'm not missing out.
Also keep the soup recipes incoming, I adore homemade soup!

No. 1246716

Am missing out on a big event and stuck at home because of the coof and wanted to make a big pot of ground turkey and cabbage soup, but the instacart shopper subbed ground turkey with chicken thighs (??) and forgot the parsley so I had to make do. Still tastes very good tho.
Recipe:
>chicken thighs or ground turkey
>beef stock
>canned whole tomatoes
>one big bay leaf or two smaller ones
>ideally parsley
>carrot
>celery
>onion
>garlic
>butter
>cabbage
>black bean paste (you can sub w/ soy sauce)
>fish sauce
>worcestershire sauce
>dark kidney beans
>sweet paprika
>caraway seeds
>marjoram
>mexican oregano
>white vinegar
1. chop and sauté carrot, onion, garlic, celery, bay leaf in butter on low heat (don't brown)
2. add thighs and sauté, avoid browning
3. after thighs don't look raw on the surface, add black bean paste and stir until it starts sticking to the bottom of the pot, then add paprika and stir for a few seconds
4. add beef stock, a dash of white vinegar, worcestershire sauce to taste, a conservative dash of fish sauce, a few caraway seeds, a liberal amount of dried marjoram and mexican oregano
5. chop (or tear if you're lazy) parsley and add to pot
6. roughly slice or chop cabbage and add to pot
7. simmer for ~50 mins, adding water if the soup gets too thick; if you're using bone-in thighs then take them out, separate the meat into pieces, then add them back to the pot (along with the bones for nutritional value if you want)
8. add kidney beans; you can also add a thickly sliced carrot at this point if you like big carrots in soup
9. simmer for 20-30 more mins
10. turn off the heat, add a shit ton of black pepper, add salt if it's undersalted, serve
You can adjust for taste as you go along, it's extremely hard to fuck up unless you overdo it with the fish sauce or vinegar or oversalt it.

No. 1246731

>>1246617
You should try making your own pork broth if you're bored one day. Stock is really easy to make and cheap and the collagen is a major benefit, you're just stuck indoors for a few hours until it's done.
A great soup recipe for pork stock is borscht. There are a billion variations, but here's my tried and true one:
>4 medium-sized or 8 small beets (the smaller ones tend to be sweeter; try to get stalk-on because they're easier to peel and taste better)
>2 carrots
>1 large onion
>a few cloves of garlic
>dried marjoram
>stock of your liking
>tomato paste
>fresh parsley
>white vinegar
>large bay leaf
>sweet paprika if you want
>sugar if needed
>cabbage
>pork (skin-on, bone-on pork shoulder is my favorite but you can go for pre-cut boneless skinless pork shoulder for convenience or taste) - can sub with kidney beans or chuck beef
>cooking oil of choice (i prefer lard here)
1. finely mince half of the onion, one of the carrots, and garlic
2. sauté onion, carrots, garlic, and bay leaf in cooking oil
3. if you're using meat, add once the onions are translucent and lightly sauté, browning the meat will ruin the purity of the flavor here
4. add tomato paste, sauté until it starts to turn dark red at the bottom of the pot
5. add paprika if you're using it, stir for a few secs
6. add stock, parsley, marjoram, a dash of white vinegar
7. if you're using a cheap (i.e. GOOD) cut of meat, simmer for 1-2 hrs until the meat starts to fall apart; if you're using a bone-in cut then remove the bones at this point (as with >>1246716 you can add them back for flavor and nutrients)
8. meanwhile, peel the beets; shred half (you can approximate this with a knife if you cba to drag out a food processer) and cut the other half into matchsticks
9. add beets to pot about 50 mins in
10. shred/very finely cut the other carrot and cut the other half of the onion into very thin slices
11. once the meat gets tender (you can tell if it comes apart fairly easily if you try to pull it apart with a fork or tongs, add the rest of the carrot and onion and sugar if the beets turn out to be poor-quality
12. halve the cabbage and cut one half into thin slices like you did the onion (you can halve the slices if you don't want really long pieces of cabbage in your soup)
12. simmer for 20-30 more mins, then add cabbage, simmer for 10 more mins, then turn heat off and let rest for ~15 mins, until cabbage is wilted to your liking
13. stir to distribute ingredients and serve with sour cream, bread (optional) and fresh dill and/or parsley

No. 1247688

>>1227217
I finally tried the jerky today, it's really good! I had the original flavor but I still tasted a little spiciness. It's like $5 a bag though so while I enjoyed it, I'm definitely not buying them regularly kek

No. 1247901

I had pappardelle pasta with pesto and seafood (shrimp, scallops, and calamari). No pic because I already ate it lol. But I also tried the Trader Joe's Horchata ice cream and it's really good.

No. 1247993

i ate a big bowl of frozen fruit. i'm a fucking pastry cook and this shit is my favourite dessert?? idc sue me

No. 1247997

>>1220934
these are so good and i'm so happy canada gets all the flavours, unlike with american or japanese candies.

No. 1248084

>>1247688
glad you tried it and liked it, anon! all jerky is pretty expensive though, but i'm hoping the more this type of stuff gains popularity the price points will come down. i've bought it a few times now and i just eat the whole bag as a meal. i love that it's pretty low in calories and tastes so delicious

No. 1250247

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Japanese curry with a vegan turkey cutlet.

No. 1250249

>>1250247
that sounds so good anon

No. 1250466

>>1250249
It was great, I hate how the smell of curry sticks though

No. 1251549

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I ODed on spicy rice crackers.. again.

No. 1252111

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it's good!

No. 1252136

>>1251549
Did the same with puffy cheetos and scratched the hell out of my tounge, they taste so good though.

No. 1252449

Made the best chicken of my life today. Just started vibing with spices and tossing whatever in.
yogurt
lemon juice
orange juice (you're supposed to add sugar but I didn't want to, so I was like OJ has plenty of sugar. why no)
sumac (great for when you don't have lemon/vinegar! it emulates their tangy taste really well. heavily recommend for salads too)
a bit of cumin
a bit of turmeric
some salt and pepper
4 peeled garlic cloves
tomato paste
grind all that stuff together, get your chicken and rip it apart into really thin pieces. paper-thin. Or lay your knife flat on top of it, and start cuttings sideways from the top if that make sense. will create these paper thin pieces. also chicken thighs are better than chicken breasts because they're softer
let it marinate for a bit. a bit could be anything from an hour to 2 days
get a pan, put some butter/ghee/tallow/duck fat. the type of fat you use changes how it all tastes, stay away from olive oil
wait until your fat is simmering, make sure it's on the highest setting
and then drop all of your chicken straight into it. toss it around until it turns into a golden brown, i like my pieces a little burnt
put it in a bowl
get onions, chop them up. you can either put them as they are or caramelize them with the pan and your preferred type of fat. personally i like the crunchy texture against the chicken, so i don't caramelize it and put it as is
chop up some parsley, throw it in the ball. it really adds freshness
if you have pickles i 100000000000000000% recommend but i didn't have any
now you can eat from the bowl
i had a couple of ideas for the sauce but i was too lazy. yeah and i'd recommend letting the chicken defrost in buttermilk first, will make it softer and chewier

No. 1252632

smoked deli turkey on buttered white bread with shredded lettuce, mustard and a tiny bit of mayo. I also had some weird cannellini bean pate on crackers earlier that was pretty good.

No. 1253485

>>1252449
Unironically going to try this, thanks anon! If you want a carb you should try pairing it with a pita brushed in olive oil, with some salt and garlic powder or za'tar sprinkled on top.
If you want another great lemon/vinegar substitute that keeps well, you should buy a bag of amchur powder too. It's used in south asian cooking but has good general utility (i like to cover raw carrots with it for a snack)

No. 1253487

>>1253485
I forgot the most important part- bake the pita to your desired level of crispiness

No. 1253687

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I'm >>1226427 from the food craving thread and I finally got my fucking cold noodles. And on a hot and humid day too. Best fucking meal ever.

No. 1253691

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I also got a giant bag of this shit from costco for $5, it's the size of my torso. It's a good treat for me because it's definitely indulgent with that salty/sweet combo and a serving size is 140 calories and 1 1/4 of a cup. I also can't mindlessly eat out of the bag because I tried to yesterday and my tastebuds got really overwhelmed so I had to stop pretty soon after so at least I know I won't scarf down the whole bag because I can't.

I used to eat all the cheese or all the caramel at once. Sugar and cheese felt weird in my head even though I know cheese is often paired with jams and shit. Now I've realized that truly the perfect way to eat them is popping in a caramel and cheese one at once, otherwise it's too overwhelming too quickly. 10/10 good snack that satiates me, satisfies both my sugary and sweet cravings, that I can't overeat, and isn't terribly high in calories (but I still have the watch myself because of the sugar).

No. 1253698

File: 1657201979210.png (627.23 KB, 532x509, wildgood.PNG)

tried this a little bit ago, it's extra virgin olive oil based ice cream (dairy free). very very very light/whipped tasting. definitely like fact that it's an olive oil ice cream, the olive oil taste is super subtle but very good. excellent pistachio flavor with lots of real pistachios

No. 1254572

File: 1657264658829.jpg (38.22 KB, 1200x1200, huh89870uol.jpg)

This! jk but I thought about eating it the entire time I was scrubbing myself down in the shower. It smells so good.

No. 1255448


No. 1256643

File: 1657413407642.jpeg (60.89 KB, 509x640, 2CBB8D41-734E-4089-98AD-4C03F8…)

have been eating entire boxes for the past week. i don’t even like mint chocolate, the shortbread ones are so much better

No. 1256745

File: 1657418902080.jpg (116.3 KB, 1200x630, open-graph.jpg)

>>1254572
I didn't look too closely and thought it was some shitpost product by alpro.

No. 1256754

File: 1657419929875.jpeg (92.95 KB, 708x708, 62209D8C-9F81-4A8E-BE80-2BE1B2…)

>>1256745
Fuck their milk but their flan and quark is better than the real thang

No. 1259678

File: 1657639385331.jpg (84.65 KB, 736x681, 8019e7b3c9ae8245a6207b07245769…)

Green peas. Obviously ate other things with it (spinach, canned tuna and garlic and cooked potatoes with some cumin on top) I always forget how great green peas are. I should eat them more often.

No. 1259686

File: 1657639915764.jpg (248 KB, 1000x667, 1000_F_244565031_nqT6noPyfPMpU…)

I made steamed egg last night. Sort of chawanmushi-esque, but not quite. I used leftover fishballs I had as the filling, and then topped it with yuzu marinated ikura. The flavor of the egg was subtle and the egg texture was somewhere between jello and custard.. It was such a good meal, I think I'll make some more tonight.

No. 1259705

>>1256745
>>1256754
what's wrong with their almond milk?

No. 1259708

>>1259686
This looks disgusting..

No. 1259722

>>1259686
I hate fish eggs so much. No matter what fish it is. Caviar is nasty as fuck by the way.

No. 1259750

>>1259686
I hate bird eggs but this sounds cool. I feel like I've heard of steamed egg before, did you make it in a rice cooker?

No. 1259759

File: 1657642777513.jpg (105.77 KB, 650x975, Steamed-egg-6.jpg)

>>1259750
Nope! You can make them in a steamer, but if you don't have one, a pot filled with a bit of water that's large enough to put the bowls into works just as good! I have a steamer but I did it with the pot last night because I didn't feel like taking out my big steamer lol. If you made them in a rice cooker I think they would set too much and lose the silky texture.

No. 1260013

>>1259708
it's just very homemade looking, she definitely made it properly though

No. 1260032

>>1259759
is this sweet? it looks like flan

No. 1260102

File: 1657651077134.jpg (108.77 KB, 750x1000, yum.jpg)

yesterday i had a panini with a fruit cup (picrel isn't mine but close enough), 3 chicken tacos with beans and rice, a chili dog with fries, a blondie, cookie, and peach. and a creature comfort. I weighed 79 pounds at the start of the year at 5'5 so i am doing p well.

No. 1260118

>>1260032
nta and chawanmushi kinda has a flan texture but it's not sweet. It's like a steamed omelet

No. 1260156

File: 1657652601784.png (368.01 KB, 600x600, 57RGP.png)

These bad boys along with pineapples as a sweet snack afterwards. I fry them with sesame oil before work and then heat them up for lunch. They especially taste good with green onion on top and a bit of sauce oyster sauce. Shit hit the spot.

No. 1260217

>>1260156
excuse me, nasoya makes pre-made dumplings??? why haven't i ever seen them?? need these

No. 1260225

>>1260217
Smh you are missing out. Go hit up the damn Walmart, Food Lion, Harris Teeter, etc etc. These are my favorite but they also have regular Tofu dumplings and Thai Basil dumplings. They're all really good.

No. 1260414

File: 1657663973641.jpg (214.61 KB, 800x800, OriginalChicagoDogs.jpg)

A Chicago dog and an ice-cold Pepsi. Ate it sitting outside by the lake on a hot summer day. Absolutely hit the spot.

No. 1260745

>>1260414
I'm so jealous omg

No. 1263089

File: 1657854038609.jpeg (32.61 KB, 480x481, dandelion-green-leaf-royalty-f…)

Bought some dandelion greens from the grocery store and made a salad with it. It's bitter but I can deal with it. I'm curious about how many people actually buy this regularly.

No. 1263235

>>1260414
I wish this was more of a thing where I live but this has convinced me to finally make my own. Would appreciate do's/don't and recommendations from any nonas.

No. 1263334

File: 1657885021801.jpg (55.42 KB, 463x452, kygjk.JPG)

I made a energy drink powder popsicle, I'm a genius

No. 1263343

>>1263089
>it's bitter
Yeah it's a weed. I can't believe a store is tricking people into buying it. I fed that shit to my iguana that's all it's good for

No. 1263352

>>1263089
>actually buying dandelion leaves
Are you gonna buy bottled air next?

No. 1263572

File: 1657902310989.jpg (103.12 KB, 1000x1000, 337221-PKG-6.jpg)

first time i ever had diet materva, it was very good! not as good as regular materva of course but still satisfying

No. 1263640

File: 1657905128185.jpeg (33.52 KB, 540x540, bull.jpeg)

Is it just me or does this taste like strawberries instead of watermelon?

No. 1263726

>>1263352
Why would I pick them outside where people likely sprayed chemicals when I can try a big safe bunch for 1.99

No. 1264009

File: 1657924815763.jpg (269.12 KB, 980x735, 230180_original.jpg)

>>1263235
use vienna beef hot dogs or the closest thing you can find (maybe hebrew nationals?)
traditionally theyre on poppyseed buns. don't forget the sport peppers and celery salt and do not put ketchup on them!

No. 1264419

File: 1657962686752.jpg (116.21 KB, 1500x1500, pringles.jpg)

One of the best spicy chips I've ever had

No. 1265159

File: 1658005936918.jpg (65.45 KB, 425x500, 425x500.jpg)

First time in ages seeing these in a store

No. 1265525

i ate one-week old soup out of a tupperware container today. it wasn’t bad.

No. 1265783

File: 1658071865568.png (243.94 KB, 800x800, 43243-1.png)

Just discovered this. Pure crack

No. 1266536

Barely and veggie soup with a baguette I brought back to life by dunking it in water, wrapping in foil and heating in the oven.

No. 1266545

Purple carrots, arugula salad, some salami

No. 1266560

File: 1658131648663.jpg (62.08 KB, 522x522, 71-FhSJVzlL._SX522_PIbundle-5,…)

Cheesy spicy instant ramen, I added blue cheese, onions, sesame seeds and shallots

No. 1266678

File: 1658139801688.jpg (49.08 KB, 496x384, mozzarella-caprese-img-5895.jp…)

I had a caprese with some garlic bread and a mango yogurt parfait for dessert.

No. 1271539

Got some onion rings for lunch they were off the hook

No. 1271548

hotdog

No. 1285699

File: 1659374705001.jpg (271.68 KB, 1165x1500, 91F9 -E5 FL._SL1500_.jpg)

The only thing I've ate today is 4 fruit snacks

No. 1285748

File: 1659377589153.jpeg (46.26 KB, 680x1020, CD793FC4-85B8-40F6-BB15-C887D0…)

Pickled carrots

No. 1285763

File: 1659378130902.jpg (3.28 MB, 4032x3024, D4FF3EDC-3506-47A0-9710-8898DA…)

rn

No. 1285767

>>1285763
Is that cabbage?

No. 1285774

>>1285767
cabbage and bok choy ye

No. 1285776

>>1285763
what kind of tea?

No. 1285781

File: 1659378577800.jpg (184.27 KB, 1181x1181, ezgif-5-3a9c8b109b.jpg)

>>1285748
CRONCH CRONCH CRONCH

No. 1285858


No. 1287032

Half a bagel with seasoned&sauteed mushrooms and onions. Decadent snack

No. 1287289

File: 1659484358586.png (106.76 KB, 515x221, 8436048962697-515Wx515H.png)

Scrambled eggs with chorizo sausage which was delicious, I also ate racist cookies which were also fucking delicious

No. 1287309

File: 1659485208875.jpg (258.87 KB, 1600x1200, DSCN0325.JPG)

>>1285781
im eating cheez its extra toasty but suddenly craving pic rel (my favorite mexican snack) thanks to this nonnie

No. 1287542

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No. 1287642

Stuffed a pitta with cheese and beef slices. Delicious and easy lunch.

No. 1287665

I just want some gooey Macaroni and cheese with some sriracha mixed in.

No. 1287688

>>1287289
gago where did you find this

No. 1287693

>>1287542
PUFAs aren't that good for you

No. 1287839

Tonkatsu and rice drenched in soysauce w ginger and garlic. For breakfast we had omelette w shrooms, cucumber and cottage cheese. Inspiration has truly blessed us today, nonas

No. 1289509

File: 1659655966380.jpg (116.08 KB, 736x736, 5ccc36fa532c4e3bbd8602dfa74055…)

Yesterday I made japanese pickled nappa cabbage with carrot, daikon and ginger. I ate it yesterday, but eating again today… Damn, it hits just right. The perfect amount of sour, sweet, tangy and salty. Especially with the bacon bits that I sprinkled over it. Delicious.
I am going to make some shouyuzuke daikon Saturday, looking forward to it a lot!

No. 1289512

File: 1659656195784.jpeg (2.08 MB, 4032x3024, 41BA8E99-4DF6-420F-90CC-16BD4C…)

This looks gross but it was very good

No. 1289526

File: 1659656744326.jpg (93.93 KB, 683x1024, Breakfast-Bagel-Sandwich-with-…)

Getting ready to eat a bagel sandwich (avocado, egg, American cheese, vegan bacon, cream cheese) and a fruit salad (mango, blueberries, walnuts, granola). I haven't ate all day so I'm happy, the only thing that would make this better is if it was an everything bagel rather than a plain one.

No. 1289568

>>1289512
potato, bacon bits, dill, pepper?? put some sour cream on that baby

No. 1289595

>>1289568
all out lol, this was a struggle meal

No. 1290650

File: 1659705757368.jpg (134.49 KB, 750x536, a0000342_main.jpg)

Went out for yakiniku with my company. I would say I'm not really a fan of yakiniku, but I guess more expensive restaurants will always be good, no matter what the cuisine kek. Thank you company president for this meal.

No. 1291023

File: 1659729686333.jpg (680.77 KB, 795x1200, 02_kimchimom-burgerweek-2014-0…)

I could eat 500 packs of this shit

No. 1291079

>>1291023
check and make sure thats not the one that causes cancer

No. 1291093

>>1291079
I- what??

No. 1291101

>>1291023
ME TOO. I could obliterate a thousand of the sesame flavored ones. I will buy like four packs each tine I buy them so I have some for later but no matter what I will scarf down those four in like 5 minutes tops. They drive me insane.

No. 1291103

>>1291023
I really want to like seaweed, but I can't take the fishy-ness.

No. 1291113

just ate a slice of smoked gouda all by itself because I couldn't help myself. I don't regret it though. it was so creamy and delicious.

No. 1291137

>>1291079
NTA But is this a really common thing with Asian foods? I just was gifted a pack of red bean cakes and it had a huge California proposition cancer warning on it, and I see that on jarred Asian chili oil and garlic too.. What's the deal?

No. 1291154

>>1291137
Everything causes cancer in California

No. 1291271

>>1291154
Yeah but it's on Asian food specifically. I'm not asking about the proposition, just the fact it's on Asian food. At most I see it on non food items

No. 1292876

A spirit possessed me last night and forced me to make salmon dip. Never thought about it before or craved it once but I made some. Tastes good with the curry powder

No. 1293024

>>1289509
post recipe link pls anon

No. 1293033

>>1291271
california legally requires importers to label their products with the prop 65 warning if they can't/don't provide proof against it. prop 65 has an absolutely insane list of what qualifies a product as unsafe, but most companies are probably too lazy to submit all the info and choose to slap a label on instead. i used to work for a furniture company that just chose to label everything with it because it's a huge hassle and it takes a while for approval.

No. 1293045

>>1293033
a lot of furniture, like, 90% of it, does contain carcinogenic agents though, especially treated wood or wood composites

No. 1293051

>>1293033
https://www.foodsafetynews.com/2010/08/food-standards-agency-issues-seaweed-warning/

Sorry to leave quickly without explaining.
I couldn’t remember exactly what I had heard, but I thought I remembered something saying that there is a seaweed that is eaten in Japan that is not legal in the US.
I think it is this: hijiki seaweed, which doesn’t seem common. It’s illegal because it’s full of arsenic. I think all seaweed soaks up arsenic but this seaweed is bad because it’s inorganic or something, I really don’t know.
I hate seaweed so I don’t know enough about it.
I hear that otherwise nori seaweed is very healthy for you.
Eating a ton of seaweed can give you too much Iodine though!! So be careful! Look into it. It can cause thyroid problems, but I bet you have to eat a ton

No. 1293057

>>1293051
the one good thing america has done foodwise. thankfully i've never seen hijiki seaweed and only ever see nori or wakame in america

No. 1293082

>>1293045
that's true, but i was speaking more to the fact that many companies don't care at all and choose to slap on the label. prop 65 has really crazy requirements, and if you actually look into it, anything that causes cancer, even in miniscule amounts is supposed to be labeled (like roasted vegetables)
>>1293051
>>1293057
hijiki is more likely to contain what's known as inorganic arsenic, which is usually caused by runoff from mining. it's just worse for you than organic arsenic which most seafoods have in them. either way it's one of those things where you can't reasonably eat enough for it to matter.

No. 1293895

full day:
-scrambled eggs, toast and leftover salad
-bunch of double stuffed oreos
-lentil soup
-more lentil soup and two hotdogs

No. 1293911

File: 1659935060937.jpg (21.14 KB, 480x480, 85758_XXX_v1.jpg)

Had 3 of these mini bars they are tasty and easy to manage without eating a whole bar. And they were on sale

No. 1293914

>>1293911
is the middle marshmallow? man im a sucker for marshmallow chocolate

No. 1293932

>>1293914
nta but no, it's "milk cream" but it has a more dense consistency

No. 1298068

File: 1660227723753.jpg (34.55 KB, 700x700, 8888077101125.jpg)

They are good but the strawberry creme is 300% darker than the packaging it's actually jarring

No. 1298081

>>1298068
Anon its not that bad dont make it sound like its mud

No. 1298117

i'm eating french toast rn, so good.

No. 1298289

File: 1660240148090.jpg (83.94 KB, 1200x520, mmmmmmm.jpg)

I ordered a donair and it's on the way to my house and when it gets here I'm gonna eat it and it's gonna be so good. I'm so excited. I haven't had one in years.

No. 1298316

File: 1660241014223.jpeg (9.9 KB, 225x225, download.jpeg)

I can't stop eating these lately. My body must be half made up of salt by now.

No. 1298514

>>1298510
Doesn't look like an Indian dick to me

No. 1299577

File: 1660320087104.jpeg (130.35 KB, 728x705, 604B601D-ED2B-40DC-9F35-64F3BE…)

Just discovered the siracha ramen soup bowl. It’s so fucking good! Especially with a little Mayo and garlic added in.

No. 1299616

>>1299577
eee, bet it's amazing!! I finally managed to get the super hot sriracha and I am obsessed. I wonder if Sriracha mayo is worth getting? I don't usually consume mayo.

No. 1304456

File: 1660612895195.jpg (193.88 KB, 900x1200, slice-of-tiramisu-on-plate-wit…)

I had a tiramisu cake from Walmart. It was pretty good but not enough coffee and cocoa flavor I ate it with my hands cause I was too lazy to get a fork

No. 1304462

>>1304456
Eating tiramisu with your hands is so primal it's like a spiritual experience. It makes me feel like I'm connecting with my cavewoman ancestors who ate handfuls of mud and swampwater. You live my dreams anon

No. 1304464

>>1304462
I love you tiramisucavelady

No. 1304472

>>1304464
I love you too

No. 1305320

File: 1660680145347.jpg (51.28 KB, 420x420, orangeslicecake-x.jpg)

i'm making a citrus cake for my FIL's birthday today!!! the layers are out of the oven and they look perfect and my whole house smells like citrus zest and vanilla and my lemon curd came out perfect and the whole cake is going to be so fucking tasty i am so excited to eat it

No. 1305341

>>1305320
I am so sad I'm not your FIL rn. I fucking love citrus flavored anything and I fucking love cake.

No. 1305366

File: 1660682517537.gif (1.9 MB, 235x240, giphy.gif)

>>1304456
>>1304462
Spiritually, I am eating tiramisu by hand with you all, my heart is cake and we're sharing.

No. 1305642

>>1305341
it was just ok! i left out too much leavener and it was pretty dense. 6/10

No. 1305682

I'm scarfing down rolos

No. 1305690

>>1305682
kel enjoy nonny

No. 1305694

File: 1660708420536.png (928.92 KB, 500x750, 5332e68ef3f4000aea4435ed72a9f4…)

Grilled cheese, baby tomatoes, and ranch

No. 1305703

>>1305701
Oh my fucking god this was meant for the monkeypox thread. It’s giving me the wrong password error and I can’t delete it, Jesus. I’m sorry everyone

No. 1305705

>>1305701
Don't open this at all, it's probably the male.

No. 1305706

>>1305705
im not a scrote, just an idiot, I meant to post this in the pox thread. Fuck

No. 1305712

>>1305701
LMFAO don't worry, this image still isn't as bad as that one food thread threadpic… that ugly ass scrotum dish that was up for fucking years and whoever posted it deserved asshole cramps.

No. 1305720

>>1305701
Nonnie why tf did you ate this kek

No. 1305865

File: 1660722135928.jpg (138.42 KB, 2000x1333, passionfruit.jpg)

Had the first passionfruit of my life. Very sloppy experience, wasn't expecting the consistency. Pretty tasty though. Kind of how I imagine eating pussy is as a virgin

No. 1305891

>>1305865
Great taste anon. It's probably my favorite flavor ever, and the seeds are so satisfyingly crunchy. I'd recommend having it with chocolate mousse sometime, it'll blow your socks off

No. 1305897

File: 1660726196569.jpg (61.58 KB, 640x480, Jk43nV.jpg)

Ate some eel onigiri and tbh I would kill to have eel every day, why do I have to live so far from the ocean it's impossible to find or is prohibitively expensive.

Also I probably need to figure out how to cook rice in my whatever cooker appliance so I can have sticky rice all the time and make my own onigiri. Onigiri is just superior to every food, especially if it has eel filling.

No. 1306015

>>1305897
You should try salmon onigiri anon

No. 1306021

>>1306015
The brand I buy has salmon, salmon/wasabi and salmon/ginger combos and the wasabi one is top tier, though still doesn't measure up to eel in my rankings, because eel is god-tier. Salmon by itself are great too, if I can't get wasabi, but ginger is meh, because ginger always tastes like soap to me.

No. 1306027

>>1306021
You made me so hungry anon that I went and made myself some nekomanma

No. 1306116

>>1306021
You're making me crave eel and I've never had it before wtf. You're contagious!

No. 1306784

File: 1660787106774.jpg (20.99 KB, 365x500, 58c74fb5ce688.image.jpg)

Two caesar salads toady. About to be a third. I'm on my 'only eat the same food over and over again for a week' kick again

No. 1306792

>>1306784
I love a good ceaser, you're living the dream!

No. 1306796

File: 1660788820060.jpg (73.63 KB, 736x736, abc7d5f392c06e7aace981222aaf17…)

>>1306784
>tfw born too late to enjoy a salad made out of actual roman emperors

No. 1306817

File: 1660790132197.jpg (90.77 KB, 470x427, cocopop.jpg)

i bought these as a substitute for this local brand that only sells at gas stations. they're pretty good, and have shreds of coconut in them.

No. 1306888

The broccoli tots bag said to make a 50/50 ranch/salsa dip for them and it's actually pretty good or I'm just stoned

No. 1307145

File: 1660817561532.jpg (210.17 KB, 1280x1140, burger.jpg)

Mozza burger from A&W. It looked pretty close to the picture tbh. I hate that the place doesn't have ice for their drinks though.

No. 1309204

>>1307145
Never had A&W even though I passed a few in Texas. Is it owned by the same chain as Checkers?

No. 1309209

>>1309204
I'm in Canada and looking into it our A&W is different than the American one so idk!

No. 1309210

>>1309209
Are you in BC?

No. 1309225

>>1309210
NTA you're responding too but I've been to BC and it's one of the only foods you can find on obscure trucking highways when passing the provincial park into Alberta. But it's pretty good, never dry and feels fresh enough. It just gets expensive, the poutine is great too.

No. 1309226

File: 1660959642714.jpeg (103.9 KB, 1200x1200, Fc3wRtx.jpeg)

Usually not a fan of flavoured popcorn but I swear they put crack in this

No. 1309257

File: 1660962696743.jpeg (90.21 KB, 736x489, B3012CED-CD86-489C-B369-19BEEC…)

Domino’s veggie pizza

No. 1309284

>>1309226
golden gaytime…?

No. 1309324

>>1309226
nothing slaps harder than an ice cold gaytime in summer
did you try the vegemite chocolate cadbury bought out? i still crave it every day

No. 1309341

File: 1660969085717.jpg (110.25 KB, 1024x1024, 61QirslRLWL._SL1024_.jpg)

>>1309284
Goes well with Poppycock

No. 1309471

>>1309324
No I didn’t, was a bit skeptical of it. They don’t do it anymore do they?

No. 1309491

File: 1660983221331.jpg (1.81 MB, 2500x1405, 88494076.jpg)

I had it really cold over ice and it reminded me of mixing slushie flavours together. Coke, sprite, and something fruity.

No. 1309492

>>1309491
This looks really good nonnie, where did you cop?

No. 1309538

>>1309491
i hate that they keep coming out with these vague flavors that keep me interested

No. 1314319

File: 1661348376889.jpg (163.19 KB, 768x960, 861060-1-eng-GB_gnocchi-al-pes…)

Made cauliflower gnocchi with kale pesto and sausage last night. It was yummy. I fucked up the pesto because I was lazy and threw in whole cloves of garlic instead of mincing them or roasting them beforehand but I knew the consequences of my actions so I'll live with it. It's not bad, just pungently spicy.

No. 1314714

I made a grilled chicken, tomato, mozzarella pesto wrap. It was super good for a first attempt

No. 1314755

>>1309491
This shit was nasty, it does taste like slushie but after it’s all melted.
>>1309492
Nta but i found them at target

No. 1315135

File: 1661383648611.jpg (267.82 KB, 640x640, image.jpg)

Just made a "curry" that would probably make people on at least four continents cringe:
>ghee
>onions, ginger, and garlic
>chickpeas
>beluga lentils
>sliced okra
>orange scotch bonnet
>cheap adulterated coconut milk
>tomato puree
>fermented shrimp paste/bagoong
>chicken bullion
>bay leaf
>guyanese madras curry powder
>amchur powder
>cumin
>turmeric
>ginger powder
>hungarian sweet paprika
>nestled on a sunny side up egg fried in ghee
>scooped onto a bed of fresh arugula for extra greens
Unironically tasted amazing. The shrimp paste gave it a subtle sweetness, and the okra worked really well.

No. 1321894

I made real miso soup today for the first time today and I think I could eat this for every meal, so fucking good. The powder mix doesn't even come close

No. 1323040

Went to sushi with my friend and they had TWO different vegetarian bento boxes which never happens. We got one of each and swapped some of the items with each other to make our ultimate meals. For $10 I ended up with miso soup, sunomono, 4 pc gyoza, tofu teriyaki, salad, and half a veggie roll let's gooooo

No. 1323092

>>1315135
There’s a heck of a lot going on in that recipe. I want to try this chaos delight

No. 1326403

>>1315135
Damn it anon bagoong in the curry?! That shit sounds delicious !!!

No. 1326577

When I’m in my lowest moments, I eat squares of dark chocolate with peanut butter like it’s chips and salsa.

No. 1326587

Yesterday I had german potato salad with sausage rolls, an almond raspberry square, some blue cheese on melba toast, some wine, some aniseedy chai.
Today I'm making some duck stock with a frozen carcass I have and I'll make some soup I guess. Xavier would be proud.

No. 1326593

>>1326577
That sounds pretty good, though, ngl.

Was feeling restless today so I went for a walk and I'm currently having lunch at this asian buffet in town. It's alright.

No. 1326726

>>1326593
an "alright" buffet sounds like it'd be a rare find these days. then again, I just get takeout and everything around me sucks in that department.

No. 1330040

File: 1662578686218.jpeg (66.49 KB, 1200x1200, DA71FA6F-B807-4EE3-A249-BDEE3F…)

Cotton candy ice cream is like crack to me

No. 1330075

>>1330040
She’s beautiful

No. 1334047

File: 1662798576992.jpg (235.33 KB, 1024x1024, 186293628_252159320037546_6409…)

Hot pot and bbq. It was the first time I went to a restaurant like this and it was awesome.

No. 1341789

File: 1663333183892.jpg (76.71 KB, 683x1024, One-Pot-Chicken-Quinoa-Mushroo…)

I made quinoa for the first time last night! It's sooo yummy. I want to make more and sub out all the rice I eat for quinoa but it's ass expensive. I saw online that Costco sells a 4.5lbs bag for only $12 though, so here's to hoping my local Costco has it because I'm not paying $5 for a 12oz bag every few week kek.

I used this recipe btw. https://www.cookincanuck.com/one-pot-chicken-quinoa-mushrooms-spinach-recipe/ Super easy and super yummy 10/10

No. 1341887

File: 1663341148493.jpg (39.9 KB, 640x640, coconut cream sb.jpg)

Today I was gardening and I couldn't be bothered to stop and eat anything, so I drank a carton of this.

No. 1341963

File: 1663348526932.jpeg (351.29 KB, 1200x1200, 1_Xs-WGu8lDrXPRwy8FroZ6g.jpeg)

Not yet but soon. They're still marinating. Related, I would sell a bit of my soul to have a Korean restaurant near me.

No. 1341966

>>1341887
you're going to be absolutely fookin nourished luv. i love coconut cream, it's sweet and satiating. have you tried making thick hot drinks with it? mmm

No. 1345129

File: 1663702963818.jpg (46.01 KB, 640x640, bread.jpg)

Literally all I had for breakfast was bread I dipped in melted butter

No. 1345216

chickpease :3

No. 1345236

>>1341887
>2000+ kcal and 40+ g saturated fat
Gag

No. 1345255

>>1345129
I want it

No. 1345297

File: 1663705944727.jpg (44 KB, 800x453, ts-bacon-4.jpg)

More addictive than drugs. I've been eating one almost every day for weeks

No. 1349737

>>1341789
thank you for posting this nona, i made this for dinner tonight and it was so good. I feel like the rosemary taste in the chicken really complements the quinoa and the mushrooms. i should have taken a picture of mine!!

No. 1349769

File: 1663978420618.png (907.24 KB, 1024x1024, ezgif.com-gif-maker.png)

A cinnamon bun oreo stuffed with biscoff and dipped in condensed milk. I can feel the breakouts forming.

No. 1349781

>>1349769
I love desserts, but my mind is struggling to comprehend how this would even taste.

No. 1350299

>>1349781
Very sweet, the different textures all together were interesting

No. 1350741

>>1345236
am i dumb it says 1/4th of a pack is 137 cals so its 550cals overall?
i am esl so i might be understanding what "1/4 pack" wrong, i assumed pack referened to the whole package.

No. 1350756

>>1350741
i hate those referential nutritional values at the front so much because the amount is always vague like that. i always search for the values per 100g and then calculate that way
>carton of that stuff is 250ml
>100g of that stuff is 219kcal
>250% of 219 is 547.5
and it checks out when you divide the kcals i got with 4, you get 136.8. so yeah, you're correct about the calories, i have no clue how >>1345236 got 2000

No. 1354882

A homemade noriben inspired double layer rice bowl, with furikake. I feel ready to take on the world

No. 1354946

File: 1664322450798.jpg (123.73 KB, 735x586, 6ed6cf1821c172bba636ee70b35a26…)

Miso soup with umeboshi. I don't know how it didn't come to me to do it earlier, I just remembered because I was talking about a konbucha with ume that I ate once.
So so so good, I was actually dancing kek looking forward to eating it again later, also with soumen noodles!

No. 1354973

>>1354946
Miso soup is the best. I love how simple and yet so delicious it is.

No. 1359595

File: 1664636286741.jpg (28.75 KB, 250x626, monster-ripper.jpg)

I ate ripper

No. 1359823

>>1057483
I made myself migas and I kinda hate myself now. Three tortillas, two slices of ham, two eggs, and one slice of mozzarella. And coke to wash it down.

No. 1360060

>>1359595
Just realizing now that I haven't seen ripper sold in my country in a few years. Guess we rejected it as a flavor. Come back. I didn't like you that much but I still want the option lol

No. 1361526

i have just bought and consumed two kilograms of mandarins for the very cheap price of i think 2 euros if my math skills still serve me well. I look upon my mountain of peels and ask myself was it worth it. Will it be worth it? The present me is content with a belly full of citrus, but will future me, the one sitting on the toilet in pain, experiencing abhorrent diahrrea, be equally as content? It is none of my business.

No. 1361597

>>1354882
>>1354946
i feel like this is a male because the current crop of invasive males FUCKING NEVER sage, and are all weebs. and troons

No. 1361703

>>1361597
You don't need to sage on the non-drama boards, they're just talking about food.

No. 1363076

File: 1664858207318.jpeg (48.31 KB, 625x350, 7F2BC614-92F4-4C93-9275-EB2A27…)

milk tea for my sore throat feels like heaven

No. 1363116

>>1354946
I can just imagine you saying so so so in real life, and me carving the lips from your face

No. 1363131

>>1363116
Are you lonely or a cannibal or both…

No. 1363252

>>1363116
What brand of autism is this

No. 1368028

File: 1665262398254.jpg (32.75 KB, 450x450, 450.jpg)

Been snacking on mints like crazy. My throat feels kinda weird now.

No. 1368881

File: 1665334408305.png (503.04 KB, 1024x1024, Cola.png)

Was it worth ten mins of wrestling to get the plastic off.. no. A strawberry and cream one would've been worth it..

No. 1368933

File: 1665335823579.jpeg (3.45 MB, 4032x3024, C244C314-6AAF-4390-B826-DA559F…)

Made these incredible portuguese breads that probably could’ve been scored better but were very soft

No. 1368948

>>1368028
I ate all the cinnamon altoids before and I got spicy poops…

No. 1369398

Made some savory oatmeal for early supper. Dashi and aka miso base with furikake and soy sauce-soaked katsuobushi for flavor. Now I wanna make it for a group camping trip!
Also ate half a head of roasted garlic cloves while the oatmeal was cooking.

No. 1369443

File: 1665370366094.jpg (26.89 KB, 1000x500, DeviledOstrichEgg.jpg)

I did it, I finally got to eat an ostrich egg, it was awesome, I hope I get to again someday, I'm so happy, this is genuinely one of the greatest days of my life

No. 1369451

>>1369398
Oh my god, that savory oatmeal sounds delicious.

I had a small bowl of home made broccoli cheddar soup and a biscuit.

No. 1369551

>>1369443
Where do you get to do that nonnie? That's awesome. Did it taste really different than chicken eggs? We knew some people that had property for emus, sadly never got to try the eggs

No. 1370794

File: 1665507232785.jpg (31.76 KB, 665x355, Cadbury-Twirl-gives-caramel-a-…)

I have never been more satisfied by two fingers

No. 1370845

>>1370794
uncanny valley of chocolate bars - a caramel layer throughout would have been better instead of flavouring the choc imo

No. 1370915

File: 1665513124534.jpg (33.89 KB, 630x419, a0027024f5d593e8d2097239ea8977…)

Homemade potato piroshki with sour cream, I have never cooked slavic food (as far as I know) but these are so good. I froze them and am having them as a snack now, tonight will be the last of them and I made 20 2 days ago kek. I'd live off this shit.

No. 1372103

>>1370845
idk if I'm getting old or what but actual gooey caramel hurts my teeth like nothing else. Literally the only thing I have to avoid. Got my flavor fix without the pain.

No. 1383153

File: 1666459717475.jpg (654.59 KB, 1000x667, fancyfood.jpg)


No. 1383202

>>1383153
Why is the presentation on this so extra? It's fucking string cheese

No. 1383217

Fried pickles and kewpie mayo for dip. Tasty tangy crunch

No. 1383225

>>1383153
I love this, it’s hilarious.

No. 1383287

File: 1666469582275.jpg (91.67 KB, 683x1024, toast.jpg)

For breakfast I had two pieces of wheat toast, one with strawberry jam and the other with refried beans and eggs. Also has some orange spice tea.
>>1383217
This sounds so good. I wish I could find kewpie mayo.

No. 1383331

File: 1666473381921.jpeg (15.02 KB, 225x225, chowder.jpeg)

Corn and cheese chowder, so good for the cold months

No. 1383349

File: 1666474499743.png (670.83 KB, 801x780, quickewpie.PNG)

>>1383287
Kewpie can be hard to find outside of Asian supermarkets ime, but I found a recipe here for a full homemade version and a quick version out of regular mayo if you're interested
https://www.justonecookbook.com/japanese-mayonnaise/

No. 1383371

>>1383349
Thanks anon! I've done a thing where you mix regular mayo with sesame oil and honey before, but I wasn't sure if that's how it's supposed to taste. I can never find it at Asian stores either, but maybe I just haven't been looking hard enough.

No. 1383381

File: 1666477324738.jpg (534.46 KB, 700x1050, EAF-Air-Fryer-Smores4.jpg)

I fucking love smores. They're so good. Everyone eats them in the summer, but eating them when it's cooler out and they're so fucking delicious.

No. 1383880

High protein vanilla quark with fresh blueberries is kinda like blueberry cheesecake if you close your eyes and wish upon a star.

No. 1383900

>>1383371
Sometimes when I'm lazy I mix mayo (the artisanal types, not Hellman's. Preferably those that are more yellow in tone) with culinary sake, hondashi and sugar. Tastes close enough to scratch the kewpie itch

No. 1386778

File: 1666782174718.jpg (1.01 MB, 2560x1920, 003-3-November-19-2021-Ame-Soc…)

I love fish, I love seafood. I'll eat and try practically anything. Today for the first time ever I tried red mullet, because somehow I never ate it before kek. I bought it the other day, checked some recipes online and it seems the way to prepare it is similar to any other fish. I defrosted it, seasoned it, everything seems fine. The smell is normal. I start frying it and holy shit it started stinking like a farm house on a hot day. As I'm frying it I'm hoping the taste is decent at the very least, smells can be ignored. I get it out of the pan, prepare my plate and try it out… It's fucking disgusting. Tastes exactly how it smells. Now I'm waiting for premade frozen chicken tendies in the oven.
It seems so popular, did I just get unlucky?

No. 1388106

Made the most retarded wraps ever but I liked them.
>2 high protein tortillas
>seitan shawarma cooked in Japanese sesame sauce
>sauerkraut
>arugula
>parsley
>hummus

No. 1388395

>>1388106
haha, guess what? I had another one

No. 1390782

File: 1667050351136.jpg (548.15 KB, 1800x1350, big pigeon.jpg)

This but I over cooked it and it ended up tasting like liver.

No. 1390786

>>1390782
You ate big pigeon.jpg?

No. 1390789

File: 1667050704746.jpg (175.41 KB, 1170x850, dead big pigeon.jpg)


No. 1391858

I did that sweet potato pie with walnut topping somebody on here posted, I wanted to use my food processor and make my own pie crust. My pie crust and the filling were great but the topping made it too sweet. I ended up scraping it off and just eating the inside

No. 1391866

pumpkin soup with coriander and bacon bits, i could eat this every single day, it never gets old! I also found 3 wild parsley roots yesterday and they smell much better than bought ones so the soup is extra delicious and extra healthy.

No. 1391870

File: 1667128861345.jpg (127.15 KB, 720x1080, Fajita-Veggies-4.jpg)

Fajita vegetables my beloved.
>>1391866
I love bacon in pumpkin soup so much, my mum adds a small dollop of sour cream as well as the bacon and coriander.

No. 1394224

Been broke for a few months, but recently started earning some money and to celebrate I had a burger with fries for lunch, then later ordered butter chicken with naan bread from my favourite indian food place. I don't care how unhealthy it was. What a fucking blessed day.

No. 1394743

File: 1667328376339.jpeg (158.99 KB, 780x438, 7486923A-67FE-43EB-BC74-9CDFD7…)

I think this is one of the most hated halloween candies but I love them

No. 1394825

>>1391858
Not to powerlevel but the pie tastes less sweet after resting for a day what sorcery is this.. like 50% less sweet it's actually great now

No. 1395076

I drank too much matcha and now I feel high. a week until I get my meds because I switched to a lower dose and rationed them poorly. Help

No. 1395102

File: 1667347373548.jpg (32.89 KB, 594x412, matcha_tea_health_benefits_mat…)

>>1395076
been there before anon. i could drink matcha all day, that shit is like crack for me. sometimes i wish there was a decaf option even though there never will be. I hope you feel better soon though, hang in there!

No. 1395137

>>1395102
There actually is a decaf matcha, I buy mine from here and while it doesn't exactly taste like the real thing, the flavor is close enough and it scratches my matcha itch
https://domatcha.ca/collections/decaf-matcha-tea

No. 1395310

File: 1667361893482.jpg (186.86 KB, 1200x1168, hotdog-monster.jpg)

i made this thread and still feel so special every time i see it's still alive
farmers can fuckin cook btw

No. 1395334

>>1395102
i can't get my matcha as anything but green chalk soup. i even bought a matcha whisk and it does nothing.

No. 1395774

File: 1667401508058.jpeg (880.42 KB, 3840x2160, IMG-20221102-WA0019.jpeg)

today i made pickled bean sprouts and had them with some hot sticky rice. it was so tasty!

No. 1395790

File: 1667402261001.jpeg (151.16 KB, 1200x1806, E4F52C44-4A1F-4456-AFE8-9E5F7B…)

made eggs with sucuk for a late late breakfast

No. 1395822

File: 1667404487808.jpg (123.14 KB, 564x705, e572ed8f8a85e517494fe11e47b35a…)

Yesterday I made this feta and ricotta cheese with spinat strudel. I always cook for two days so I have this today as well. Super easy to make and very tasty.

No. 1396296

File: 1667438089908.jpg (29.75 KB, 474x315, salt pork.jpg)

I used roux for the first time to thicken a soup. I was making white bean and salt pork soup, added chipotle peppers, jalapenos, and leek. Didn't put in potatoes so I wanted a thickening agent. It's just ghastly how much butter it takes to make roux. It was delicious with bread though.

No. 1396305

i ate cereal but with heavy whipping cream instead of milk and it was delicious

No. 1396310

Ginger curry chicken sausage with asparagus for dinner. Yum.

No. 1399294

lazy mans eggs benny my own creation: toast with slices of ham and cheesy scrambled egg ontop, a little kewpie mayo for sauce. bone apple teeth

No. 1399561

File: 1667701065180.jpg (58.26 KB, 720x478, fatback.jpg)

Smoked fatback cooked in lard.

No. 1399563

>>1399561
dude wtf

No. 1399580

>>1399561
no fair nonny that sounds tasty

No. 1411838

File: 1668667616217.jpg (13.35 KB, 375x376, cavendish-harvey-butterscotch-…)

Butterscotch drops and irish cream coffee

No. 1412085

File: 1668697308930.jpg (2.11 MB, 3024x3024, NhOElnORTTOFHH1l8qhgMw.jpg)

White cheddar one was on sale at Costco. This shit is so addictingly good.

No. 1412216

Made myself an egg and chorizo “torta” (just teo eggs and chorizo, whisk them together and pour over hot oil in a pan), with some olla beans and corn tortilla. So good man. And a cup of hot cocoa.

No. 1412274

File: 1668708720517.jpg (154.95 KB, 1200x1600, Maple-and-Brown-Sugar-Oatmeal-…)

now that it's cold in florida (and by cold i mean below 70) i've been eating as much hot oatmeal for breakfast and soup for lunch/dinner as possible. I had oatmeal with maple syrup for breakfast and lunch

No. 1412298

File: 1668710254817.jpg (63.08 KB, 595x793, Matimousse3_-595x793.jpg)

Fish roe, sour cream and chopped onions in rye chip cups. I had cold smoked salmon and smoked salmon mayo/sour cream "salad" with them yesterday too. I love fish so much

No. 1412301

File: 1668710462184.png (2.94 MB, 1200x1800, chili.png)

Canned chili with cheddar cheese, sour cream and buttery toast

No. 1412405

File: 1668716221290.jpg (22.67 KB, 500x317, s-l500.jpg)

I just ate some vanilla zefir. It was very sweet. I can't eat too many at once. It also tasted like apples.

No. 1412416

File: 1668716915354.jpg (61.2 KB, 800x560, kapustnica2_0.jpg)

Slovak sauerkraut soup. Peak european medieval peasant food.

No. 1412554

>>1412274
Me too, nona, when it gets chilly all I want is oatmeal with blueberries, cinnamon, and maple syrup. So comforting.

No. 1412899

At the grocery I found a bread loaf with tapioca pearls inside. It was an interesting concept but now I realize I don't like the taste of tapioca pearls outside of bubble tea drinks.

No. 1413066

Not sure what to order today, maybe chinese food?

No. 1413077

>>1413066
Yes, Chinese is good

No. 1413079

>>1413077
Chinese it is then. I ordered pineapple chicken with rice.

No. 1413099

>>1412301
>>1412416
>>1412274
Look at all these nonnies getting cosy for winter

No. 1414012

>>1412416
I've always wanted to try this do you know if it's pretty easy to make in the US? Or are you there.

No. 1414296

File: 1668874232867.jpg (39.89 KB, 300x300, DSC_2990_blog.jpg)

>>1412298
I am in my fish era, I'm craving it so much it's like I'm pregnant wtf

For lunch cold smoked salmon bagel

For dinner baked salmon with steamed brussel sprouts, potato cakes and remoulade sauce

No. 1414457

File: 1668880841183.jpg (202.75 KB, 998x1500, Schokoladenkuchen-ohne-Mehl-gl…)

I'm about to get my period and craving chocolate like crazy, so I made this chocolate cake with mascarpone cream on top of it. So freaking good.

No. 1414618

Liverwurst, cheese, and crackers
>and why
Because hungry

No. 1414633

File: 1668892478531.jpg (62.2 KB, 735x449, bc8d5bf03b908a273aa1f123e255ba…)

Butter-yaki shimeji. I wish there was more. So easy to make and so fucking good.

No. 1419113

File: 1669230918039.png (77.91 KB, 600x365, img-plain-biscuit.png)

Bojangles biscuits

No. 1419524

File: 1669259373178.jpeg (388 KB, 720x800, 815373F1-21C4-4B8D-BAE3-FF5418…)

ate this today, not bad, but i wanted it to taste saltier. i’ve never had it before & it needs more chocolate pieces

No. 1419529

File: 1669259760232.jpeg (259.55 KB, 1200x1600, Image 2022-11-11 at 13.11.54.j…)

Mussels with coating and a bunch of herbs and spices.

No. 1419530

>>1419529
Pls share this looks so good

No. 1419541

>>1419529
fuuuck i love mussels!! damn you ate good nonna

No. 1419688

File: 1669272323236.jpg (1.1 MB, 2592x1944, W._T._Hawkins_Cheezies.jpg)

Enough of these to get heartburn.

No. 1419705

File: 1669274026275.jpg (75.9 KB, 679x685, 71PViJdZf-L._AC_SX679_.jpg)

I'm fucking obsessed with these. Can't help it.

No. 1419719

>>1419705
I thought this was cat food at first

No. 1419786

File: 1669283235065.jpg (169.3 KB, 1607x1104, venison.jpg)

This in a pot roast.

No. 1419999

>>1419786
That is one hairy dick. Wtf nature

No. 1427586

I had one meal today and it was cookie dough, leftover stuffing, ground beef and green beans (mixed together).

No. 1429549

File: 1669963599049.jpg (218.45 KB, 640x810, 6fcc17fde288973daff59320aec892…)

I tried the recipe in picrel, macaroni cheese and filo rosettes.
It was great and now I wish I had more.

No. 1429550

>>1429549
This looks so delicious. I have a bunch of extra frozen phyllo that my mother in law gave to me and I've felt pretty uninspired about how to use it, but not anymore!

No. 1430468

I had fried spam over rice with furikake and a fried egg on top, it was fucking delicious. however, i can feel my high blood pressure pulsing through my veins. no more spam for a while

No. 1430483

greasy spoon diner food. Scrambled eggs, ham, hashbrowns, grits and slightly burnt-tasting coffee

No. 1430493

>>1429549
oh my god I want this so bad

No. 1430619

File: 1670034358395.jpeg (156.05 KB, 738x1600, WhatsApp Image 2022-11-29 at 2…)

>>1419529
Today paella.

No. 1431147

>>1430619
I've never had this, why are the shells left in on the clams (oysters?)

No. 1431182

>>1431147

Mussels! You cook them in their shell still alive and they pop open once cooked.

No. 1431189

>>1431182
> still alive
ew

No. 1432014

>>1431147
Because it looks more aesthetically appealing even though it'd be infinitely easier to shuck them all at once and then add them.
>>1431189
They're not eaten until they're dead.

No. 1437155

File: 1670497464332.jpeg (35.51 KB, 420x500, 00031146805546.jpeg)

One of these, some fruit snacks, and a lemon soda water at 3am

No. 1437180

File: 1670500186700.jpeg (49.81 KB, 600x600, 36609115-AFB6-48A2-880A-302166…)

Just had a coffee with milk and one of these bad boys

No. 1437185

>>1431189
you’re a child.

No. 1439034

File: 1670619974980.png (2.09 MB, 1915x1441, puree.png)

chestnut puree with whipped cream

No. 1439110

File: 1670624416131.jpg (1.02 MB, 3384x3076, salad.jpg)

Some of you need to consider picrel.

No. 1439114

>>1439110
Rattle elsewhere

No. 1439120

>>1439110
This is sso yummy, even if you’re being mean to other anons this is a great meal on it self or as a side. This would taste wonderful a side for spaghetti or a big sandwich and cheese
Don’t demonise salad, anon

No. 1439123

File: 1670625027477.jpg (55.45 KB, 397x576, 7852c0cc3a47a03c5fda4b5b99219c…)

>>1439110
I just had sorbet

No. 1439130

File: 1670625183867.jpeg (68.18 KB, 367x612, F9ACA669-2A4F-4CE6-8FF8-94E2EB…)

>>1439110
That has too much fat tbh, with the oil, the avocados, the cheese. You're not even rattling properly, retard.
But to stay on the topic, I had these, they're so delicious, I could eat a whole pack of these with milk.

No. 1439132

File: 1670625225458.jpg (116.1 KB, 1536x1508, ice cream.jpg)

>>1439110
Eating some ice cream right now. Might get a burger too.

No. 1439136

>>1439132
Actually, I have some leftover meatballs in spaghetti sauce and cheese I made last night. I think I'll have those instead.

No. 1439150

>>1439138
>salad is the best thing ever
cope. i love salad but come on now. this is a thread for saying what you ate, not for preaching at anons what you think we should be eating

No. 1439156

File: 1670626075576.jpg (182.21 KB, 736x1104, 38d160c5cc0fc4c368f16f2b3ac1a3…)

>>1439138
Nothing is actually discussed in this thread and no one is stopping you from posting that you ate a salad. Also, I had strogonoff earlier.

No. 1439169

>>1430619
Looks soooo good! We have a chef itt ladies. I love paella

No. 1443199

File: 1670877388235.jpg (167.77 KB, 768x1025, Red-Lentil-Dhal-with-rice.jpg)

Red lentil dahl. Such comfy food.
I put too much coconut milk on it this time because I didn't want to waste whatever milk I would've had left had I used the right amount, but it's still so yummy

No. 1443206

>>1439034
holy shit yes. my dad is gonna make some for Xmas dinner i can't wait
tbh i love chestnut anything

No. 1443291

>>1443199
This sounds delicious, and recipe is pretty simple, I'll try making one myself! Thanks for inspiration nonna

No. 1443396

>>1443291
no problem! I love to eat it with with naan bread, but it’s a bit of more work and I was too lazy to make some this time kek

No. 1444042

File: 1670942028925.jpg (131.6 KB, 980x980, 20200204-summer-rolls-delish-e…)

I have been obsessed with summer rolls recently. I usually throw in some random salad mix and then protein and some sauce and it's good to go. The other day I used canned salmon with spicy mayo in there, then the day after I used leftover fried chicken, and last night I made a spicy gochujang based sauce and shredded chicken breast. Maybe I'll do some with crab meat one of these days. I don't know what the fuck it is nonnies, I'm just so addicted to making and having them right now.

No. 1444046

>>1444042
ooooh you're tempting me nonna, even in these negative zero temps I'm craving!

No. 1444126

>>1444042
why do these just feel like cold condoms in my mouth, they look so good but the texture is hell

No. 1444281

Pickle loaf sandwich with miracle whip on wheat bread. So good you only need one slice of it, perfectly balanced. If you haven't had it before you should try it

No. 1444289

>>1444126
Kek, oh no. I started making these a couple of weeks ago as well and I love them, but I gotta admit the texture is funky and the "cold condom" is gonna be stuck in my mind. I sometimes used a thin, crisp salad leaf to wrap the ingredients instead. Gets a bit messy, but might be a nice option for anons who don't like rice paper!

No. 1444298

>>1444289
I knew it wasn't just me with the condom mouth. Oh I do love a salad wrap, not the season for that for me though but a bitch can dream

No. 1445251

File: 1671020706774.jpeg (20.01 KB, 320x240, 5816F104-6893-4EDC-AE06-B45B84…)

I’ve been craving a spinach croissant for days and finally got a chance to eat one. It was delicious and crunchy.

No. 1445260

my resident male brought me dinner just now, three hefty spoons of mashed potatoes, gravy, turkey, about ten thousand peas, and very sexy stuffing. Now he's gone to work while I do nothing and read a book. good day

No. 1447101

File: 1671126738274.jpg (47.3 KB, 750x500, 6201e025e97c2.jpg)

I made blueberry lemon muffins and they were delicious. The lemon really adds a certain freshness to the sweet taste. It's been a couple of months since I baked, I forgot how much I love it. I also made a stir fry, but it was just meh.

No. 1456994

drank a bottled arnie palmer, super refreshing

No. 1456996

>>1456994
Arnold palmers are so fucking good

No. 1457250

I made some lamb and mushroom ravioli. It was far too thick, not worth all the time it took.

No. 1457357

I’m making my white trash congee right now and it smells lovely

No. 1457377

I made gluten free panettone and it’s too crumbly, still ate some tho, will try another recipe next time

No. 1457443

Newfags that never learned to integrate taking over certain threads. There’s a culture here: return to your roots and stop letting these retards change the tone of this site

No. 1457482

>>1457443
That sounds pretty tasty

No. 1457573

>>1457443
So…what did you eat?

No. 1457626

>>1457443
seasoned nonas are more tasty

No. 1457627

>>1457443
Did you mean to post in another thread?

No. 1457666

A store brand knock off of a snickers bar. Prefer them over the real thing.

No. 1459477

File: 1672519139873.jpg (194.15 KB, 800x1200, Yakisoba-5412-II.jpg)

What are you nonnies having for dinner? I couldn't be arsed to cook anything fancy this year so I just made some yakisoba noodles, hummus and vegan cream cheese for dipping. I haven't eaten anything all day, so I hope my family gets home soon, I'm starving kek

No. 1460043

>>1459477
Ooh yum nonnie. I had nachos

No. 1460837

Cold taco bell taco from the fridge

No. 1460842

File: 1672666315881.jpeg (416.39 KB, 1338x1176, 468888C2-B650-4D6F-B6E7-DF38B2…)

Scrambled eggs with bacon, pancakes and shredded white cheese

No. 1460935

>>1460842
Kek, I love this image you made.

No. 1464607

File: 1672977998125.png (1.45 MB, 1400x1400, food.png)

For dinner today I'm having a cheeseburger, feta cheese, chunky monkey icecream and a banana for extra banana on the icecream

No. 1464613

>>1464607
That looks delicious, nonnie.

No. 1464669

>>1464607
Do you eat feta on it's own? I like it with spinach

No. 1464683

>>1464669
Yeah, I eat it like chips

No. 1464991

File: 1673025010405.jpg (66.14 KB, 680x1027, mandarin-oranges-3-680.jpg)

I ate 7 mandarins. Trying to snack healthier after the holidays, maybe a bit too many though.

No. 1465201

File: 1673034806048.png (164.23 KB, 353x349, Capture.PNG)

>>1464607
this is what im eating

No. 1465242

File: 1673036987616.png (811.53 KB, 1200x1200, BBQ-brisket-sandwiches-feature…)

Tried an insanley delicious brisket sandwich at a new place yesterday and I've been having liquid poops since. Whyyy

No. 1465263

I have been consistently overeating for the past year. This week I am working on not going over my calories (around 1800) and will week by week make a reduction until I am at a 4 or 500 deficit daily. Ive lost weight before, I know I can do it.
Today I ate good. Cottage cheese, apples, kale/romaine salad with cheddar and guac for lunch. Plus breakfast.

I am so fucking hungry kek I cant wait for dinner. I have had enough calories today I think my stomach is bigger than it used to be from stuffing my face so it feels extra empty.

Dinner will be seared fish with toast, sprouts, sweet potatoes, and maybe another salad w guac.

No. 1465925

File: 1673107911849.jpeg (1.52 MB, 3464x3464, 87CF99D5-8FFA-4DAE-A167-99B339…)

I made some delicious breakfast for everyone at home, waffles (no milk waffles) scrambled eggs with ham and bacon and coffee, but I put some pumpkin spice in my latte because I really like how it tastes like that.

No. 1466168

sourdough bread, peanut butter, banana, kefir
monster energy drink
lentil soup
čokolino with almond milk

No. 1466183

>>1466168
What's cocklino?

No. 1466293

File: 1673131961985.jpg (359.65 KB, 2000x1500, food.jpg)

I had a breakfast bagel and some almond milk today. A very late breakfast. The bagel was actually pretty unpleasant to eat because there was so much stuff on it. Still tasted good though. Despite being a sugar bomb the drink isn't that sweet which I like.

No. 1466350

File: 1673135174018.png (156.13 KB, 614x484, Capture.PNG)


No. 1466357

>>1466350
would you like to explain the granulated sugar, anon?

No. 1466361

>>1466357
to put in my ziti

No. 1466448

>>1466293
Nonnie i am loving this meal representation image. Please continue posting in this thread

Breakfast: waffle with whipped cream and blueberries
Lunch: kefir smoothie with 2 raw eggs, berries, and honey
Snack: goldfish and seaweed packet

Wondering what I should do for dinner with my bf tonight, since it’s our anniversary. Something with meat.. sorry for reddit spacing. I don’t really give a hoot

No. 1467273

File: 1673210192925.jpg (11.01 KB, 186x271, kockoclino.jpg)

>>1466183
It's a croatian breakfast meal for kids. I think its made from oats? It has the consistency of leftover soggy airy cereal but in the best possible way. Chocolate flavored. Best eaten warm.

>>1466293
>>1466350
love the format, inspiring

No. 1467380

>>1467273
I think čokolino is like wheat flakes or wheat flour? I'd say it's more like very runny polenta or grits. It's so good whatever it is, and now I'm sad I don't have it at home.

No. 1469673

File: 1673461970116.png (1.42 MB, 930x774, fritule.png)

Skipping dinner and having a bowl of these instead

No. 1471381

File: 1673576910755.png (2.53 MB, 2000x1200, steak sandwich.png)

Today I had a steak sandwich made with the stuff in pic. It was very good, I love steak. Even the though the egg in picrel is runny, I only like hard eggs and I like well done steak as well. I think I'm going to go make another one.

No. 1471391

File: 1673577367027.jpeg (23.23 KB, 316x287, 2DA4BA82-5E84-4946-AAAA-328787…)

A delicious tangerine, I may have another one, I like to peel them and lick between the pieces of the tangerine when they're really juicy

No. 1471462

>>1469673
My mum always tries to cook these but every single time she burns the living fuck out of them and nobody but my cousin, who comes to our house looking for snacks on his lunch break, eats them. Sad because i always binge eat them every time anyone of my aunties offers me some.

No. 1471649

>>1471381
I like your pics, anon!

No. 1471935

>>1471462
Lower the oil temperature, make sure to flip them and as soon as they're golden take them out. The dough is also important, I've had the best results with recipes that include yogurt.

No. 1471961

File: 1673635100106.png (309.15 KB, 701x427, Screen-Shot-2021-06-04-at-9.21…)

I dipped fries in my chocolate frosty and it was good

No. 1471988

>>1471961
why are americans like this

No. 1471994

>>1471988
Because it’s tasty, stupid. Get over yourself

No. 1471995

>>1471988
You jelly

No. 1472005

>>1471961
Dipping fries in chocolate milkshakes is the way. This nonnie knows.

No. 1472018

>>1471994
u get over urself fatty

No. 1472021

>>1471961
Hell yeah. Especially wendy's fries with chocolate frosties.

No. 1472034

File: 1673637379214.jpg (118.33 KB, 603x604, bda0e135ac7aa46e631bfe3883e504…)

>>1471988
>She doesn't know salty and sweet is the best flavor combination
Kek.

No. 1472036

>>1471961
this nonna is living her best life
>>1472018
?? do you know where you are?

No. 1472044

>>1472034
Nta but won't the fries get soggy? Fries are not nearly salty enough imo to enjoy dipped in ice cream. I'm gonna need some heavy duty salt & vinegar fries or something to enjoy that.

No. 1472053

>>1472034
Best combo, especially when I'm on my period. I dont each fries with frostys often, but when I am driving by one on my period, I just need to have a small. Best thing ever. The hating anon got no joy in their life.

No. 1472054

>>1472044
No? Just dip them and put them in your mouth. Even if they do get soggy it's the part that touches the ice cream and not the entire fry.

No. 1472188

File: 1673642561594.png (887.23 KB, 1024x1024, 00234_PS_5oz_PBCP_1024.png)

These peanut butter cup peanuts are so fucking good. I'm gonna figure out how to make them homemade because a bag of these is like $7.

No. 1472199

>>1471649
Thank you nonka nonki.

No. 1472406

File: 1673653055603.jpeg (393.09 KB, 1112x1112, BA43FA0B-4466-428D-ABE7-15BDA9…)

Leftover paneer bhurji thats probably been there longer than it should be and a coffee. I’m going to regret this combo in about 2 hours arent I?

No. 1472550

I'm using yesterday's rice to make satay fried rice but on limited resources so my satay sauce is coconut milk, powdered peanut butter, soy sauce, veg oyster sauce, gochujang. I will update on how this goes.

No. 1472569

>>1472550
Honestly sounds pretty tasty.

No. 1473265

File: 1673739424701.jpg (72.19 KB, 735x490, 5030817bb86677f73a2e8d090a7484…)

Miso soup with umeboshi, 2 pieces of yaki mochi with butter and corn and for dessert, 3 small plums and half a cup of light fermented milk. Delicious and nutritious. I wish I had more mochi cause it was amazing and chewing, but I'm on a diet.

No. 1473270

>>1471961
Ugh I don’t eat fast food any more (never really did tbh) but this is ONE THING I miss. Also their spicy nuggets hng


Tonight I ordered the kind of humble bento box that is standard fare in American Japanese restaurants, but since I haven’t had Japanese cuisine since.. maybe the last time I was actually in Japan, just before the pandemic, I’m looking forward to it very much. I hope the tempura doesn’t get soggy in the takeout box.

No. 1473278

>>1473265
That looks so squishy I wanna try some

No. 1473315

File: 1673746826746.jpeg (160.7 KB, 1440x960, 2B40CCC3-E953-488E-B37B-ED29D4…)

making okonomikitchen's kung pao tofu tonight, every recipe from her site that i've tried has been so good. might make some japanese potato salad too bc i picked up some kewpie mayo the other day

No. 1476494

Tried to make taco meat with freezerburnt ground pork. Now I have 2 pounds of garbage in a pot…
ugh I swear I'm usually a good cook, made a nice pizza yesterday with salami, olives and asparagus.

No. 1476539

File: 1674104697987.jpg (4.54 MB, 4608x3456, 20230118_214841.jpg)

some brie cheese and red wine, treating myself to my fav food after 2 weeks of restricting my intake

No. 1476764

>>1476539
Clean your table, ya nasty

No. 1477306

>>1476539
Cold brie? I won't yuck your yum though.

No. 1477330

>>1477306
Ntayrt I despise anyone who eats hot cheese, it’s british tier

No. 1477335

>>1477330
Pizza? Nachos??? A fucken jalapeno popper?

No. 1477337

>>1477330
This is just retarded. I won't even explain why because everyone else will get it.

No. 1477522

I made baked salmon with horseradish, ginger, garlic, spices and some cream. Served with potato cakes. It was sooooo good

No. 1477551

Carrot based ketchup.
It was okay i guess.

No. 1478058

>>1476539
A slice of baguette, a slice of brie and a slice of green apple stacked. I think you might like that

No. 1478308

A warm sandwich with sourdough bread, vegan döner, artichoke, mayo, vegan cheese and arugula. It’s so goddamn good

No. 1478401

File: 1674318700693.jpg (249.87 KB, 640x360, egg.JPG)

Had some sunny side up eggs and toast. Mhhh I love runny yolk.

No. 1478434

File: 1674321699741.jpg (77.68 KB, 500x593, 4gmu1b.jpg)

I had nutella on a toasted bagel. The nutella was hard as fuck and difficult to spread but then once it was on the hot bagel it went runny as hell and was messy to eat. Now I have hiccups. The struggle.

No. 1481853

File: 1674693092258.png (310.11 KB, 876x512, 1674685718692.png)

I tried it despite the odd combination, seven out of ten stars. I dislike dills so I skipped it. American dish I think.

No. 1481869

>>1481853
what the fuck you did really? Hoope it was as good as you as it is to me. Also i'm thinking of experementing with grape jelly and cheese sandwitches. I think thats a more normal texture/taste. Like syrup and grill cheese. I hope it was good for you

No. 1481881

>>1481869
Can you teach me how to bait? Ntayrt.

No. 1481883

File: 1674695057140.jpeg (217.32 KB, 828x455, 1669676225431.jpeg)

>>1481869
It was an alright dish, I'm used to eating ham and cheese sandwiches so this was a nice change. However I'll try to use butter next time since I like that more then vegetable oil.
>experementing with grape jelly and cheese sandwitches
Let us know how that fared

No. 1481917

>>1057483
Just had a cheese + salt and vinegar chip sandwich, good comfort food from when i was a kid.

>>1481853
Legit glad you liked it nonnie, but i can't figure out for the life of me wtf the apple juice, vodka, and pickles are for lmao

No. 1481932

File: 1674697175815.png (66.52 KB, 862x360, Untitled.png)

>>1481917
>Toast bread (lightly)
>Put peanut butter on one slice
>Cheese on the other (Cheap yellow cheese)
>Grease up a pan
>Put the bread with the cheese in the pan
>Cook until the cheese slightly melts
>Take off, put slices of bread together
>Sip with apple juice w/vodka and a pickle on the side

No. 1481951

File: 1674697893497.png (1.46 MB, 2290x2356, Untitled.png)

Just had pineapple and cheese sandwich. I like using stale bread but you don't have to. Yes cheap yellow cheese is superior, even aged. My steps are as follows:
>stale bread or bread of your choice
>put the pineapples and the juice on one slice
>cheese on the other (cheap yellow superior cheese)
>pour oil into the pan
>put the bread with the cheese in the pan
>cook until the cheese slightly melts
>take off, put slices of bread together on backwards
>sip it with chococlate milk/Tanqueray London Dry Gin and a nondescript bowl of seeds on the side

No. 1481954

>>1481951
>Things you ate
Don't post imaginary food. try again after you made it and ate it.

No. 1481967

>>1481954
I had it it was good

No. 1481971

>>1481951
Ive also had this but traded the seeds out for raw potatoes for extra starch, overall I'd probably give it an 8/10.

No. 1481977

File: 1674699261488.jpg (209.63 KB, 1440x1440, 277843019_1090323371516551_733…)

>>1481967
>>1481971
You disappoint me.

No. 1482014

File: 1674700791729.jpg (1.05 MB, 2120x1440, Nuggets of Love-2023.jpg)

these nuggets and waffle fries

No. 1482312

File: 1674722860861.jpg (623.08 KB, 1445x1445, Fazer_Leipurit_961153_ANANAS_A…)

These fucking delicious pineapple & blue cheese ciabattas. I got one for my bf and it's taking all my willpower not to eat that too

No. 1482931

File: 1674776875905.png (240.39 KB, 791x357, Capture.PNG)


No. 1483023

Oven roasted zucchini in cream sauce over Banza cavatappi. The sauce had creme fraiche, tomato paste, fresh basil, dill and garlic. The zucchini was roasted with paprika, olive oil and salt. Warmed the sauce through then tossed in the zucchini, served over the pasta with a smidgen of parmesan. Fucking rocked my world holy shit.

No. 1483195

Grilled cheese with kraft singles, dijon mustard and kimchi. So good after some beer.

No. 1483196

File: 1674811396614.jpg (235.91 KB, 1400x1400, sweet-potato-steamed-buns-bao-…)

Beancurd skin & mushroom bao buns, so good

No. 1484023

Homemade carrot, onion, and ginger pureed soup with a cream finish. Spent nearly two hours making it at my parents' house, and then sat another hour in their kitchen drinking my take-home portion from a glass because it was too tasty to take home.

No. 1484189

Nice hot cup of mulled wine

No. 1484429

>>1484189
This nonna knows how to live

No. 1485841

>>1483196
That sounds fantastic. do you have a recipe for them?

No. 1486092

File: 1675112051134.jpg (52.21 KB, 750x420, Magic-Spoon-750x420-1.jpg)

Bought this dumb cereal and it's actually really fucking good. Now I'm upset because if I want more I have to keep paying $10 for a fucking box of this stupid shit.

>inb4 just buy regular cereal dumbass

I'm trying to up my protein intake, and this uses monkfruit sweetener so I get all the joys of satisfying my sweet tooth with none of the shit of consuming a massive, unnecessary amount of sugar

No. 1486096

>>1486092
>grain free
What's it made of?

No. 1486097

File: 1675112454181.png (323.72 KB, 575x555, ingredients.PNG)

>>1486096
This is the ingredient list for the fruity cereal, which is the one I bought.

No. 1486203

>>1486097
>Insulin
What, is this for diabetic people?

No. 1486271

File: 1675123114969.jpg (25.15 KB, 460x329, 1538966631129.jpg)

bump

No. 1486362

>>1486203
it's inulin anon, not insulin. it's a type of fibre

No. 1486508

I blended some leftover lentil vegetable soup and added it to some jarred pasta sauce and had it with macaroni. Turned out pretty good and using leftovers is always a plus.

No. 1486819

>>1486508
I fucking love lentil soup that sounds fantastic anon

No. 1486947

File: 1675185409714.jpg (58.68 KB, 728x1092, Cheeseburger-Sliders-6-728x109…)

Just made this exactly like the pic I even brushed the top with butter and sprinkled sesame seeds. The hardest part is slicest the hawaiian rolls in half I always do it unevenly

No. 1486974

>>1486947
recipe?

No. 1487001

>>1486974
>brown 1lb hamburger with diced onions, drain and add 2tbl mayo
>take 12 pack of Hawaiian rolls, cut in half, and lay cheese slices out on the bottom half
>spread meat over the cheese then sprinkle with more cheese then put the top bun on
>brush with butter and sprinkle sesame seeds
>bake at 350 for like 12-15 minutes then done

No. 1487119

chocapic with soy milk
chocolat covered rice crackers
homemade lentil soup with panceta and a lot of cumin
tangerine

No. 1487138

Rice crackers covered in melted butter

No. 1487209

>>1486362
Ooh, my bad.

No. 1489181

File: 1675384260200.png (331.91 KB, 630x396, plate.png)

Today for dinner I had rice, an egg cooked in chili crisp, avocado, kimchi and frozen honey tempura shrimp. The shrimp was sooo good. Definitely making this again.

No. 1489482

File: 1675425740741.jpg (59.39 KB, 649x462, rstdhjsrty.JPG)

>>1485841
Late but sorry nona, they were these ready made frozen ones, I cannot be arsed to make them at home very often. These are so cheap and easy to steam a couple as a snack!

Here is a bao bun recipe though, but with pork https://www.tasteofhome.com/article/how-to-make-bao-buns-baozi/
Here's a beancurd skin recipe, I believe the stuffing in the ready made baos is similar https://www.souschef.co.uk/blogs/the-bureau-of-taste/bean-curd-skin-shiitake-fungus

No. 1489483

>>1489181
Did you make that illustration nona? If so that's so cute

No. 1491199

File: 1675565851976.png (119.84 KB, 539x360, food.png)

A new thing I've been eating, I had this for breakfast. Flatbread (naan? The package says "Indian style flatbread"), laughing cow cheese, tzatziki sauce, and chicken. I've used hot and spicy wings from publix and fried chicken, but I imagine garlic parmesan or lemon pepper wing would be really good. If you're wondering why the chicken is the same color as the bread, it was super nasty and bland looking in the original pic so I had to adjust the color.
>>1489483
I did, thank you.

No. 1491206

>>1491199
thanks for explaining the thing about the chicken because I was really confused by that

No. 1491208

>>1491206
You're welcome.

No. 1491209

>>1491199
Next time try making your own hummus, goes great with tzatziki sauce. And add chopped tomatoes instead of the cheese. For real authenticity.

No. 1491214

Mushroom stroganoff with peas and dill. I couldn't decide so I had it with rice AND mashed potatoes.

No. 1491283

>>1491209
Thank you, I will try using hummus. I've had storeboiht hummus before and didn't like it at all so I'll be sure to make it at home

No. 1491309

File: 1675579236485.jpg (1.33 MB, 1500x1125, 6001399_44.jpg)

I bought this because it's so cute but this is one of the worst pizzas I've ever had

No. 1491337

>>1491309
Oh i was going to buy this, thanks for warning me off nona. I also saw little mozzarella cheese hearts so I’ll get that and put it in a salad instead. I wish more food was heart shaped.

No. 1491357

>>1491337
Avoid it at all costs nonny. The sauce is what really ruins it, but the crust is also bad. Heart mozzarella sounds nice, I'll look for those! My lidl also had heart chicken nuggets that I contemplated getting.

No. 1491378

File: 1675593151422.png (343.48 KB, 391x612, 0B500F2A-57D8-4A51-9898-5C1DDD…)

This stuff is like crack to me. I only buy it once a year as a special treat though. I put some on a banana or just lick it off a spoon. I have no idea how else people are supposed to eat it lol

No. 1491384

File: 1675593675499.jpeg (45.29 KB, 540x540, 14F2ED1F-AE51-48F7-856B-256135…)

>>1491378
Looks similar to pic rel which I have the same issue with. If I bought it regularly, I’d be diabetic in no time. Once I even bought the same brand of biscuits and dipped them into the spread. I’m going to try to use it it in a milkshake.

No. 1491401

File: 1675595704140.jpeg (66.92 KB, 554x554, BBDCB886-B3D1-476C-A413-279BF4…)

today is the last day of my bulking phase, i want to enjoy it bc tomorrow i'll enter on a hellish cut cuz i just want to get over with it. i'm now walking to the grocery store to get one of those chocolate boxes to eat with my bf bc i love them sm

No. 1491474

File: 1675604542681.jpg (112.56 KB, 1000x1000, 61LcJpX2OpS._SL1000_.jpg)

I'm just making cups of this and drinking it like tea it tastes better than it has any right to

No. 1491485

>>1491401
They have all turned to shit tho. The only ones I find to still be acceptable are caribe and baton

No. 1491508

File: 1675607664767.jpeg (266.74 KB, 1242x1242, 7027FA5B-B6C1-4144-8670-92A8B0…)

I just had the most delicious minilunch I've ever had in my life with some delicious orange juice and a mid latte I made for myself, next time I will make it better.

No. 1491518

File: 1675609175888.jpg (106.6 KB, 1080x1620, chili-oil-eggs-tiktok.jpg)

Eggs over rice with sesame oil, chili flakes and chives. Added some sweet soy sauce to the rice. It was yummy.

No. 1491519

File: 1675609567708.png (3.31 MB, 1439x1615, Screenshot_20230205-090251.png)

>>1491474
I did that one time. I thought oh, it's low cal.. whatever but then I puffed up and it was genuinely scary. I was terrified. I didn't take into account ALL OF THE SODIUM! Just thinking about that makes me cringe, regretful and feel bad!

No. 1491637

File: 1675621274886.jpg (53.17 KB, 418x500, udon.jpg)

had one of these bad boys since it's a nice rainy day. gonna go full weeb and wash it down with a nice big glass of iced matcha tea

No. 1491640

>>1491637
Based nonita. I love these things. And with matcha? Amazing taste

No. 1491653

>>1491508
That looks something out of a cafe. How did you make a heart on the latte?

No. 1491658

>>1491653
I'm sorry, nonnie, but I badly edited that picture of the minilunch with Picsart, the latte and the juice in that picture are stickers.

No. 1491664

>>1491658
Nta. this is making me kek so hard lol. I thought it was real too.

No. 1491669

>>1491664
>>1491653
it's so clearly edited…

No. 1491681

>>1491669
Not at first glance.

No. 1491683

>>1491681
i guess if you have no depth perception. the pictures are on different planes.

No. 1491687

>>1491683
Why is this bothering you so much anon kek. The glasses look like they're sitting on the table at first glance to me. It's not like I was looking that long at a pic of some nonna's food.

No. 1491852

>>1491687
It's clearly bothering you more than her since you're taking time to defend it.

No. 1491885

>>1491283
NTA but I started making my own hummus and it's a game changer. I also thought I didn't like store bought hummus but the reality is that store bought hummus just fucking sucks. It's also more expensive and a fucking scam. I would advise you take the time to peel the chickpea skins if you're using canned chickpeas. It takes a bit of time but not that much effort (just lightly squeeze and it'll pop out of the skin). I also like to lightly roast whole garlic cloves on the stove before putting them into the blender. Lately my dad has been making fried garlic oil so I'll put in the garlic oil in place of olive oil and put in the fried garlic chunks instead of raw/roasted garlic. You could also put in sundried tomatoes! I can never find tahini so I don't put any in, but I enjoy it all the same. Honestly, I will eat my homemade hummus by itself with a spoon as a little snack. Sometimes I feel too lazy to peel the skins off so I consider just buying some hummus but then I think about how a can of chickpeas is only 85 cents while a small container of hummus is like $4… and then I also think about how there is not enough garlic in store bought hummus for my taste so I suck it up and make my own hummus. My only other problem is that shit is so delicious that it won't even last more than a few days before I've eaten all of it.

Sorry for my hummus sperg.

No. 1491892

File: 1675642758334.png (467.73 KB, 511x356, r.PNG)

i let it melt because I ran out of milk

No. 1491895

File: 1675643119619.gif (589.13 KB, 300x221, 1666520715565.gif)

>>1491892
Someone needs to arrest pb&c anon because this is getting out of hand

No. 1491896

>>1491895
how did you know it was me? WTf

No. 1491900

>>1491896
Only you would willingly ingest something so horrifying

No. 1491903

>>1491895
I don't think anyone would survive eating that, she'll be gone soon.

No. 1491905

>>1491892
Idk why their acting like you're crazy for this one. Maybe it's the American in me talking but I don't think cereal on top of ice cream is wild.

No. 1491909

>>1491905
She didn't have to let it melt.

No. 1491910

ice cream is literally just milk and vanilla astract and heavy cream. I don't see the problem or how it makes me weird. it's basically soap tbh, Cereal is soap, ice cream is soup

No. 1491914

>>1491910
*Soup not soap, sorry sticky fingers

No. 1491919

>>1491910
The warm stickiness of melted ice cream isn't gross to you? If you don't find soggy, soft cereal in goopy, sticky, sickly sweet ice cream mixture you're too far gone. There's no saving you. All we can do now is try to stop other nonnies from falling for your food combo tricks

No. 1491921

>>1491909
It doesn't matter that much, it's still ice cream

No. 1491924

>>1491919
to be fair I was drunk, and I was drinking water on the side to thin it out. not all of it was melted, there were some small lumps that were really refreshing.

No. 1491979

>>1491852
I just explained why I didn't realize the photo was edited.

No. 1492606

File: 1675723285081.png (2.17 MB, 1280x852, meal.png)

What I had earlier. The drink is something I like to have, mashed bananas (it's good with any fruit though, especially mangos or strawberries), almond milk, sometimes flavored coffee cream and sometimes sugar. I didn't have any coffee creamer that would've went with it today so I used brown sugar instead.

No. 1492641

>>1491885
Sundried tomatoes sound very nice, I will try it. Don't apologize for the sperg, I liked reading it.

No. 1492725

>>1492606
What's on the bagel?

No. 1492729

>>1492725
Cream cheese.

No. 1492816

File: 1675745784962.png (399.34 KB, 421x500, 56309.png)

I tried picrel from Trader Joe's and I'm so very disappointed. The shrimp/breading was super bland and the everything about sauce (taste, texture, appearance) reminds me of frosting. The sauce is only sweet with pretty much no other flavor, and there's sooo much of it for the amount of shrimp. After adding the shrimp to the sauce I realized it was way too much and ended up pouring some out, which somehow made it super flavorless. Like I said, I pretty much only tasted sweet. When it comes to frozen honey shrimp, the P.F Chang one is so much better.
I've been trying frozen food from Trader Joe's and somehow all the ones I've tried have sucked.

No. 1492818

File: 1675746162770.png (583.38 KB, 720x552, trader joes honey walnut shrim…)

>>1492816
Samefag, the ratio of walnuts to sauce is so weird. I think mine had even less than picrel.

No. 1493626

File: 1675816077519.jpg (28.34 KB, 353x500, 51r1ug9zAOL._AC_.jpg)

I just ate a dorito and it tasted like a cheeto and it disturbed me bad because I like doritos but I dislike chettos. Anyway, I'm eating the doritos and drinking almond milk with peppermint mochac offee creamer

No. 1493634

File: 1675816552772.jpeg (105.77 KB, 1200x675, delicious.jpeg)

I'd eat kilos of dates if I could.

No. 1493652

File: 1675818318504.jpg (5.96 MB, 4032x1908, uhoh.jpg)

my breakfast at work, dragonfruit and coffee

>why?

because i'm hungry

No. 1493658

>>1493626
The only way for me to eat doritos is with bean dip, otherwise i think theyre nasty

No. 1493675

>>1493634
same here nonnie, they're perfect when you want something sweet. i like drizzling mine with a little bit of honey if i really need to up the ante

No. 1493842

>>1493634
Same. And the fact that they're used in sticky toffee pudding just seals the deal for me. Best fruit in the world.

No. 1493886

File: 1675843443227.png (227.33 KB, 613x407, food.png)

I made a dip of cream cheese, onion and imitation crab meat. I ate it with Doritos. I ended up feeling sick after eating this because I burnt the onions a little.

No. 1493888

>>1493886
Peanut butter cheese anon's influence on lolcow is a disaster

No. 1493891

>>1493888
This is the funniest reply I've ever gotten kek. For the record, my stomach has seen many things and I've ate this kind of stuff since before the PB&C debacle.

No. 1493892

>>1493888
im the opposite of pb&c anon i ate grape jelly and cheese sandwiches as a kid.

No. 1493903

tomato sandwich. lightly toasted, salt + pepper, and a bit of mayo and dijon

No. 1493947

>>1493903
I wish I had that right now nothing in my house sounds good. Sometimes simple is best

No. 1494144

File: 1675870063155.jpg (108.03 KB, 600x419, rohlik-tukovy-43g.jpg)

rohlik

No. 1494192

File: 1675873352057.jpg (67.2 KB, 1200x900, Creamy-Mushroom-Pasta-close.jp…)

Creamy mixed mushroom pasta, then caffeine free coffee with cinnamon bun flavored oat milk for dessert!

No. 1494399

i got some boiled peanuts

No. 1494401

>>1494399
Ugh anon now you're making me crave boiled peanuts. They're a huge thing where I live but I never eat them

No. 1494635

>>1489482
Thank you nona! These look amazing

No. 1494655

>>1494192
creamy mushroom pasta feels like being told 'it will all be ok'

No. 1498410

Spicy cup ramen with an egg, cold rotini with tomatoes and leftover chimichurri sauce, and some cheese, crackers and apples for a snack.

No. 1498853

These past few days I've just been eating elote and chicken patties. Something I turn the chicken patties into a sandwich.

No. 1498887

File: 1676310883865.jpeg (589.88 KB, 1920x2559, 8A989318-4736-429F-AE0B-2802C0…)

I had two delicious empanadas, one with chicken and the other with cheese, then I had some coffee with milk. Not exactly what I was expecting to have for breakfast but it was nice.

No. 1498895

File: 1676311153044.jpg (313.8 KB, 1280x1280, dwdw.jpg)

Had some deep fried camembert with cranberry sauce

No. 1498910

>>1498895
Are you kidding me???? I need this now

No. 1498938

>>1498887
thanks to you, that's also what I'm having for breakfast. It's perfect.

No. 1502179

silken tofu with melted brown sugar, i added a dash of vanilla extract with the sugar syrup nonnies it was so goooodddddd

No. 1502506

I made weirdly good potato salad out of leftovers. Ingredients: boiled potatoes, tzatziki sauce, pitted olives, olive oil, soy sauce, pressed garlic, dried oregano, dried basil. I just threw them in a bowl and mixed. Could've added diced bell pepper or something to make it fresh but it was good with just those ingredients as well.

No. 1502615

Some sort of sticky almond pudding. I didn't like it but maybe it was personal preference, it tasted extremely british, like something I can imagine my grandmother making.
I drizzled honey over the batter so it sunk to the bottom like a self saucing pudding, which made the thing VERY moist, too much for me.

No. 1504062

Veggie chili that ended up too soupy and focaccia I accidently overbaked and make a little crunchy. They ended up being really nice together. the bread sopped everything up without falling apart.

No. 1504588

File: 1676852580099.jpg (826.26 KB, 1254x836, oyakodon-japanese-recipe-istoc…)

I made oyakodon again and it was so yummy. the one i made didn't look as nice as the one pictured here, but it was still delicious. it's so easy to make and only requires a few ingredients and it always makes leftovers

No. 1504764

>>1504588
Can you post the recipe you used please? I love oyakodon and it'd be nice to try making it!

Today I made pork and prawn fried wontons. They taste just as good air fried.

No. 1504767

buffalo chicken wrap from arby's, a lil bit of fries and a mint chocolate drink. Didn't think the drink was gonna be good but it was.

No. 1504770

File: 1676875897890.jpg (80.62 KB, 1280x851, 24131531_m.jpg)

I had Natto last night coming down from shrooms and it was everything I hoped for. I was thinking about my natto in my fridge for 2 hours until I got home

No. 1505092

French fries with sour cream and hot sauce

No. 1505912

Just ate some miso ramen at a restaurant I tried for the first time. It was ok. Next time I'll go there I'll try the beef curry. Also I'm watching a documentary on Moroccan food and it reminded me that it's been a while since I last ate chicken pastilla and I really want some.

No. 1506058

>>1504764
late, but here you go nonny
https://www.justonecookbook.com/oyakodon/

this website has a lot of really good japanese recipes

No. 1506530

File: 1677093231575.jpg (56.44 KB, 720x720, Vegan-Onion-Bhajis-with-Corian…)

Airfried leftover onion bhaji from takeout yesterday. It was my first time trying them they are really good. Reminds me of a blooming onion and I like the dip

No. 1509804

File: 1677412570812.jpg (164.74 KB, 1200x1800, lentil soup.jpg)

Lentil soup with pig fat roux which I spiced up by caramelizing some onions in it and adding paprika, before adding flour and cooking the roux in the soup for 20 minutes. Served with squeezed lemons. Delicious.

No. 1510579

Made a super basic soup with some veggie bouillon, a can of rotel and some thin broken noodles. I'm eating it out of a mug so I can sit at my desk and watch videos.

No. 1510755

I have made French toast using a local bakery's bread. The bread is chai vanilla and chocolate flavoured. Very good.

No. 1511166

File: 1677549462455.jpg (52.39 KB, 600x600, sapporo-ichiban-shoyu.jpg)

Currently eating sapporo ichiban ramen. So good and so cheap. Added carrots, green onion and egg to it!

No. 1511170

>>1511166
Japanese ramen is disgusting

No. 1511174

>>1511170
Okay? Didn't need to announce your shit taste

No. 1511182

>>1511166
Delicious anon, hope you enjoyed your ramen!

No. 1511193

>>1511182
Thank you! It hit the spot especially since I haven't had it in a while. Also helped with my cravings for actual ramen (for now)

No. 1511512

kefir, banana, crêpe, an almond and a brazil nut

and for dinner i'm going to have a ceasar salad (but i always swap the lettuce for fresh spinach)

No. 1512060

Buttered toast dipped in oatmeal that has peanut butter and a bit of maple syrup. Very nostalgic meal for me. I hated oatmeal growing up because it was the only thing I ever had for breakfast but lately it's been my go-to if I want something sweet.

No. 1513495

File: 1677808047899.jpg (23.48 KB, 683x1024, Trader-Joes-Philly-Cheesesteak…)

I tried picrel just now.

No. 1513514

File: 1677809413342.jpeg (248.03 KB, 900x675, 42C1BE5D-A244-493F-B05B-9C91A2…)

Crawfish season weeeee

No. 1513523

>>1513495
How was it? Not sure I’m sold on bao skin+cheese texture combo

No. 1513524

>>1513523
The flavor was good, but actually not having enough cheese was the downfall for me. It also could've had more steak but perhaps I'm asking for too much kek. It was just alright overall, I'll definitely stick with regular cheesesteaks.

No. 1513691

I had popcorn, a lil bit of tiny oreo's and a pizza slice. Oh also a blue berry slushie.

No. 1513744

eating lots of cheese lately which is very unlike me. i usually avoid it but in the past week i couldn’t stop eating cheesy ramen and now i’m onto ham & cheese sandwiches

No. 1514192

File: 1677882092275.jpg (140.68 KB, 720x511, tjoescoconutshrimp01.jpg)

Cooked picrel in some butter with fried rice. Was very yummy, and I'm very satisfied because the last time I got Trader Joe's shrimp it was trash. I wish they took the tails off though, I want to eat the whole shrimp.

No. 1514372

File: 1677896282277.jpg (351.62 KB, 2560x946, 81kwT4nJ0YL.jpg)

Girl scout lemonade cookies and bananas

No. 1514398

I ate 2 hot and spicys. I'm so bad

No. 1514404

i put jasmine rice, wakame seaweed, tofu, hondashi, liquid aminos, and red miso paste into a rice cooker. then when it was done i topped it with black sesame seeds and a slight drizzle of kewpie mayo. wish i had furikake to top it off with though.

No. 1514405

>>1513495
i really like those frozen bao buns with pizza fillings you can find at stores now, i was extremely skeptical of them but the texture of the bun and the gooey cheese go strangely really well together

No. 1514410

File: 1677901546500.png (5.59 MB, 2048x2026, Screenshot_20230303-214040.png)

trying to clear out things hanging around too long in the fridge. made part of a bag of vegetables from this teriyaki noodle pack. used the noodles and about half the vegetables, added three baby sweet peppers, decided i wanted to make a different sauce. used nutritional yeast, coconut water, some gochujang and miso paste, lime, whole coriander seed, various spices. used the rest of the impossible ground i had. topped with black sesame, fried onions, peanuts, crunchy chow mein noodles.

No. 1514453

>>1514398
no judgment here nonna, I just hope it doesn't tear up your stomach too much

No. 1514894

File: 1677961908684.png (5.34 MB, 2048x2021, Screenshot_20230304-142806.png)

made a tortilla soup type thing. overdue for groceries so didn't have exactly what I would normally use but it is still really good.

No. 1514910

>>1514453
It burned my ass

No. 1516092

Cheeky bloody mary with habenaro vodka. Almost too spicy though I have to recover for like 10 minutes after each sip. Almost masochistic

No. 1516178

File: 1678121669507.jpeg (105.96 KB, 749x579, 6B0275C3-CCCB-4DA1-8EEC-3AE03D…)

Ok I’ve tried this shit twice. First time, I overcooked it and it was complete mush. Second time undercooked it and it still barely held together and absolutely none of the satisfaction of eating pasta. Truly an abomination

No. 1516188

File: 1678122851468.jpg (124.01 KB, 1000x1000, rostis-netti.jpg)

>>1514410
>>1514894
Did you take these pics nonna?? I love them

I ate these pastries with a rye crust and rice, egg & butter filling

No. 1516292

File: 1678128889022.png (5.82 MB, 2048x2028, Screenshot_20230306-125243.png)

>>1516188
yep i did. i like to document what i made sometimes so i can recall back if i want to have it again, plus of if it looks pretty it makes me feel good eating it.

haven't really made anything in a few days but spicy stir fry over white rice topped with fried onions and black sesame

No. 1516299

>>1516178
non-wheat pasta can be notorious for getting just right. red lentil pasta for example is always very firm unless you cook it for like a half hour. maybe i need to not treat it like i would spaghetti but use it for a different dish where it would be ok. sad because i want to love all pasta, and i had black bean and edamame noodles many years ago that i liked. cassava pasta sounds like it would be a very soft pasta, i am sorry for your disappointing pasta experience anon.

No. 1516312

File: 1678129711969.jpg (133.4 KB, 675x675, graafi-kaura-chia.jpg)

I've been snacking on these oat and chia crisp bread things, I don't know wtf to call it in english but I love the texture.
>>1516188
olispa rostista, nona.

No. 1516373

>>1516178
idk if you can eat corn but my mom is really into corn pasta and wont eat any other gf pasta

No. 1516383

I made these lemon bars, they were fire. But I only used 3/4th of the amount of lemon juice she did. I think it would have been way too sour if you use the full amount

No. 1519398

File: 1678395088208.png (5.38 MB, 2048x2019, Screenshot_20230309-144540.png)

made some form of coconut curry. cooked down four medium tomatoes that were starting to go, with a small onion and some chili peppers. added some spices to it after a while as well as lemongrass and a lime. had a small bit of panang curry paste left so threw that in. warmed up leftover basic white rice and poured over coconut milk, topped with cilantro and fried onions and more coriander seeds

No. 1519642

Made Thai curry with a big turnip as the filler vegetable. Not bad, I didn't realize turnips are in the same family as broccoli.

No. 1519741

File: 1678422736605.jpg (523.31 KB, 1500x1000, Pupusas-1500.jpg)

Pupusas filled with cheese and a lot of garlic/onion/cilantro/onion

No. 1519784

File: 1678427032066.jpg (230.28 KB, 1330x2364, 0edac841af45ec45d402a1ae44348b…)

>>1519741
This looks incredible! Currently eating pickles with Tajin and lemon. Pic not mine

No. 1519790

>>1519784
oh pic not mine either but pupusas look like pupusas so… literally that is what mine looked like lol

No. 1519792

>>1519790
Kek nonna I didn't think that literal food blog pic was yours, I suppose I should have said that SOUNDS great. Did you make them from scratch? I've actually never heard of pupusas before but now I must try one. It's so fun to say

No. 1519796

>>1519792
yeah I made them from scratch. I only started making them like 2 years ago but they're so good. you should totally try them. they're not that hard to make but I have a small skillet so they take a while to cook in batches. there's a cabbage slaw called Curtido that goes with them usually but I didn't make it today.

I watched youtube videos of salvadorian grandmas shaping the pupusas to learn how to do it but honestly they are so good and fast it's crazy, I'm not even close to being that good lol

No. 1519885

>>1519741
>>1519796
Nta, I really like how that looks and I want to try making it. Can I use any corn flour, all purpose one to make this? I found a youtube recipe and it called for ''masa harina'' but I can't find that here, is that just a brand? Schar Farina is sold here (it just sounds similar kek, it's a gluten free flour) and obviously regular corn flour with no special name.

No. 1520000

File: 1678457193157.jpeg (Spoiler Image, 182.78 KB, 1080x1102, 63563C9D-F53A-4BDC-83C7-28D87D…)

MEN

No. 1520045

>>1520000
Almost all Victoria's secret models have been cheated on, christian housewives get cheated on, and basically all perfect women have been cheated on. It's so funny when men try to convince us that if we get cheated on we've done something wrong when men cheat at peak relationship satisfaction

No. 1521386

Tuna salad (mayo, mustard, red onion, dill pickle, celery, garlic powder, pepper and a bit of msg) with hot sauce on a 99 cent multigrain baguette from the grocery store. My bf got a tandoori paneer pizza with lots of cilantro and ginger and I also stole a slice of that. Good food day.

No. 1522530

File: 1678687193509.jpg (1.43 MB, 4000x3000, 20230313_181641.jpg)

Salt-crusted fish… a waste of salt, to be honest.

No. 1523103

File: 1678777715267.jpg (130.05 KB, 960x720, ccgb.jpg)

Cream Cheese Garlic Bread!

This was my first attempt at baking bread and the buns turned out kinda shit as they weren't very circular/moldable and kinda holey but still tasted very good! It was all worth it after having that first bite. Definitely something I'd like to make again in the future.

No. 1526940

File: 1679164020996.jpg (89.2 KB, 1168x779, 4afc35_400db898884c4390803c456…)

Just got some freeze dried skittles from a craft show and they are amazing. They are so airy and crunchy

No. 1527486

File: 1679182152744.png (164.63 KB, 326x246, hellth.png)

I made this salad last night and it was so good. I love chickpeas and the tanginess of apple cider vinaigrette.

>>1526940
Skittles used to be my favorite candy then I hated them and now I love them again.

No. 1527586

File: 1679184676194.png (686.76 KB, 1280x562, 1280_90_90_kar_221219_tc_b_amp…)

2 honeycrisp apples, hunks of parmigiano reggiano, and pieces of the new Tony's Chocolonely Love-A-Fair collaborative bar with Ben & Jerry's… milk-dark chocolate with crunchy chocolate brownie pieces my goodness easily a 4.7/5
>>1486092 Have you tried the Premier Protein cereal?
>>1514372 MY FAVORITE GSC! you have elite taste… I'm pretty sure these are vegan too

No. 1528359

File: 1679259373582.jpeg (72.8 KB, 828x967, 1C2EEA86-A34A-4147-B594-0F58D5…)

Ramadan is coming up I think because my grocery store had a ton of Turkish and Arab snacks on an endcap. This is so good

No. 1529864

File: 1679428563265.jpeg (28.62 KB, 500x500, F2616CC4-42A6-4428-9D4D-D61272…)

just ate picrel. it’s dry as fuck and the cream is nauseatingly buttery but that’s alright

No. 1530262

File: 1679474713922.jpg (77.6 KB, 1200x1800, apple-cinnamon-pancakes-4sm-1.…)

These apple cinammon pancakes. I tested positive for COVID so I've been stuck at home, these were a great way to kill some time and have some delicious. Most of the pancake recipes I've followed are super thin and dense, but these were so amazing and light. It felt like I'd ordered them at an oldschool diner or something. Highly recommend. Recipe for any other big breakfast nonnies:
https://www.lecremedelacrumb.com/apple-cinnamon-pancakes/

No. 1530269

>>1486092
they look good but 10$ for one pack? wtf

>>1527486
I need the recipe, please. I love chickpeas as well.

No. 1530281

>>1530262
Making these tomorrow, thank you for sharing nonna

No. 1530842

File: 1679536438095.jpg (121.5 KB, 2876x1616, Natto-8-7.jpg)

I can finally eat after having a stomach bug and I just had natto with avocado over rice and a fried egg, also threw in a century egg because I was feeling WACKY but now I am too full and might throw up. Worth it though.

No. 1531010

>>1530842
it looks very good. how does natto taste?

No. 1532322

>>1530281
Hope you enjoyed them nonna!

No. 1532499

>>1530842
this looks sooo delicious, hope i get to try it someday!

No. 1535643

File: 1680077218266.jpg (67.04 KB, 600x849, chinese-pineapple-bun-pork-8.j…)

I made pineapple buns with bbq pork filling. I made char siu the day before so I could put it in the buns. I'm happy because the bread turned out really fluffy and soft and it made a lot so I'll be eating these for days mmmm

No. 1536486

Broccoli sandwich. Bread, fried broccoli with basic seasoning, quick pickled red onions, mayo, hot sauce. Pretty good for a weird craving.

No. 1539301

File: 1680446219765.jpeg (339.09 KB, 1370x918, cq5dam.web.1280.1280.jpeg)

Tried these yesterday. They were sooo sweet. I don't mind food being sweet, but literally the only flavors were spicy and sweet. I even made it a rose tteokbokki with onions and sausage. Just was not good, I couldn't get past more than a few bites. I also had soup dumplings and one of the dumplings had no soup! I had to spit it out. Trader Joes, I do not wish to be disappointed but you're making it difficult.

No. 1539308

>>1539301
Hmmmm but they look so good
Do I trust you or do I trust my eyes

No. 1539309

>>1539301
Samefag but also is tteokbokki supposed to be so sweet? I know Koreans love sweetness and so do I, but I had another frozen tteokbokki that I believe was actually from a Korean brand and I do not remember it being so sweet.

No. 1539347

File: 1680448636628.jpg (66.38 KB, 800x800, 014003.jpg)

The broth was surprisingly great! I drizzled some sesame seeds, white pepper and sesame oil and it came out perfect!

The noodles where a bit off texture-wise, I prefer the usual cursed thin ramen noodles.

No. 1540351

>>1539347
Oooh I have this but the 'spicy sesame' flavour. It's so good!

No. 1540459

>>1539301
I didn't like TJ's tteokbokki either! It's so sugary! Like, I get tteokbokki's meant to be sweet, but the kind they sell is so overwhelming. I tried to see if I could save it with egg, vegetables and fish cake, but I had to toss it. Better to stick to whatever they have at your international market!

No. 1550351

File: 1681588442988.jpg (142.42 KB, 800x800, 1612151357642.jpg)

I finally got to try picrel today after wanting to for years and its amazing way better than the drinks with aloe bits

No. 1550363

>>1550351
I'm jealous, I finally found it randomly in some Asia Shop but didn't have any cash on me at that moment

No. 1550375

2 quarts coffee, first one with vanilla protein powder and collagen powder, second with almond milk

Trail mix (Wal-Mart brand omega 3 mix mixed 1:1 with the chocolate peanut butter mix)

Daughter's crusty half of an everything bagel left from breakfast with cream cheese

Smoked garlic butter asparagus

Avocado

Daughter and her dad made grilled steaks, grilled bbq chicken legs, grilled onions and peppers, lemonade, Mac and cheese for dinner

Homemade sweet vanilla yogurt with sliced banana, wheat germ, flax, hemp, and Chua

Black coffee

Gala Apple

Red velvet cake

That was yesterday. Today I'm on my first coffee with protein powder, red velvet cake, yogurt. I usually eat most of my food after 9pm after I take my night meds. That seriquil appetite is no joke. But my weight has stabilized so now I can go back on adderal and not look like a meth head after a month

No. 1550378

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there's a lovely little grocery store owned by this cute older korean couple, they mostly sell produce but they have two freezer coolers where they sell random shit and they had scallion pancakes today. i forgot how good they are

No. 1550398

Sammich :)(:))

No. 1550824

>>1550351
Mogu Mogu is awesome. I don’t know which one you tried nonnie but I’ve tried them all and can say with confidence that strawberry and grape are the best

No. 1552998

one slice of toast with cheez whiz and the another slice with butter and raspberry jam

No. 1555765

Green Thai curry again, I could eat it every day.
I love that combination of spice/salt/sweet all together. And it goes good with pretty much any meat or veg. This time onions, carrots, bell peppers, daikon and pork.

No. 1555770

>>1550378
I want to try these, I wonder if my local korean grocery store has them

No. 1556081

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Air fryed dumplings

No. 1556224

>smoothie with frozen banana, pineapple, mango, pitaya, + soy milk
>leftover palak paneer i made a couple days ago (got the recipe from vegrecipesofindia, highly recommend trying it)
>graham crackers dipped in yogurt
>a handful of some very disappointing blueberries

No. 1558548

Drank but wanna make a really good latte? Get the highest quality beans you have access to, grind them, make a stronger brew as usual. Then put oat milk, heavy cream, vanilla extract and honey (or whatever sweetener you prefer really). Then add cayenne powder, allspice, and cinnamon. Also nice addition could be white pepper.

No. 1559079

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Natto. I like mixed with soy sauce, spring onion and a little bit of mustard, or even straight from the box I'm an animal
It reminds me of Remoudou cheese, which I can't eat anymore because of dairy. I can get over the stink and sliminess, because I just love the taste of this stuff. I don't care if others think it's disgusting.

No. 1559867

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rainbow chips

No. 1559875

I ate a delicious yummy salad with broccoli and bacon bits!

No. 1559876

>>1559079
I just got some from the asian grocery (it was literally called my first natto lol) and it was so bland. It was just bland musty bean pieces I wasn't impressed the coolest thing was the texture. I think I will try to use the remaining pack in a recipe I'm surprised you like it by itself

No. 1559899

>>1559876
Not the same anon but I think what I like about natto is the texture. It is bland on its own I agree, but the ones that come with the sauce and mustard help. I don't really like the mustard though I usually toss it lol.

Related note, I had a dashi flavored one recently and I fucking loved it.

No. 1560745

>>1559867
are these "dark" as in a little burned/overcooked? omg I had no idea this genre of chip existed

No. 1561072

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>>1560745
yes, they get caramelized i love them so much

No. 1561203

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They expired last june but it tastes the same.

No. 1561382

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I made a delicious sandwich with veggies, gosh I love it, I could make myself another one even, maybe I will get obsessed with this and I will try to prepare as many variants as possible until I get tired.
Next time I want to make a sandwich with lettuce, tomato, alfalfa, avocado, a slice of Gouda cheese, three slices of ham, maybe some very finely chopped onion and sweet relish.
And the next time after that time I want to make a sandwich with grilled chicken, avocado, lettuce, tomato, onion, cucumber, a pinch of mayonnaise, some mustard and a pinch of honey (or maybe I could make the chicken with honey).

No. 1561392

>>1561203
expiration dates are a lie live your truth

No. 1561396

>>1561382
love a good sandwich post lol, that all sounds so good

No. 1562294

omelette and pan fried leftover rice for breakfast, very very good

No. 1562305

I ate baos yesterday, they were delicious. Not sure what to eat today though.

No. 1562450

>>1057483
I'm obsessed with eating frozen berries and yogurt atm. If you get the ratio right and keep chopping and mixing it, you get fro yo.

No. 1562462

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I had dark chocolate orange gelato in a waffle cone instead of breakfast. Already hungry an hour later but it was worth it.

No. 1562465

>>1562462
Was it gluten free?

No. 1562467