What's for dinner?

Joined: 20 Feb 2010, 02:12

15 Mar 2017, 23:13 #3821

So for the Irish among us who have leftover Irish Soda bread...the bread pudding was really yummy.  As a Finnish girl it got me thinking about Nisu Bread Pudding...how freakin' amazing would that be...only problem is that there is *never* any nisu leftover!
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Joined: 27 Apr 2011, 20:12

15 Mar 2017, 23:37 #3822

Quality Ramen Noodles with this stuff...

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Joined: 02 Apr 2011, 03:07

15 Mar 2017, 23:56 #3823

gator wrote:
Quality Ramen Noodles with this stuff...

... so this is the edible stuff Karly had mentioned,,,
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Joined: 20 Feb 2010, 02:12

15 Mar 2017, 23:59 #3824

I know nothing about that stuff, Leland.  But if gator says it is good...it is good.
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Joined: 27 Apr 2011, 20:12

16 Mar 2017, 00:08 #3825

It's just a simple rice seasoning. It's mostly sesame seed, seaweed flakes, salt and sugar. I love Japanese Food.
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Joined: 02 Apr 2011, 03:07

16 Mar 2017, 09:03 #3826

My favorite eateries of the past: The Bangkok (before pad Thai was common) and Genji's $4.99 Bento Box (12 now$) - Midori has one but haven't tried it.
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Joined: 20 Feb 2010, 02:12

17 Mar 2017, 23:20 #3827

Irish stuff.
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Joined: 13 Nov 2010, 17:37

18 Mar 2017, 00:21 #3828

Bangers and mash with some lamb stew.
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Joined: 04 Jun 2006, 00:10

18 Mar 2017, 00:30 #3829

Last night I had a mad craving for a steak bomb. One thing to remember about ordering any sandwich in Maine is that there will always be green peppers involved. It's one of those supposed local traditions that to me is quite loathsome. So I call in my order to Angelo's, a popular local venue. As I repeated no green peppers to the guy, he asked if I wanted to substitute another item. I thought that was unusual and immediately thought of eggplant, one of my favorite grilled veggies.

So I get the large bomb home, unleash the aluminum foil and proceed to have a series of loud mouthgasms. I literally thought I'd died and taken a venerable old favorite to a new level in foodie heaven. I had finally achieved victory in the endless search for the most sublime sandwich. To me, anyway.

If you so inclined, give it a go. I'm thinking you'll be richly rewarded.
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Joined: 02 Apr 2011, 03:07

18 Mar 2017, 11:59 #3830

Brain Fix - How about an EggPlant Special Steak Bomb on a Saint Joseph's Roll???

http://www.virgiliosbakery.com/Virgilio ... 202016.pdf
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Joined: 09 Jul 2016, 18:59

18 Mar 2017, 12:26 #3831

Fortune Cookie wrote:
Bangers and mash with some lamb stew.
I like bangers! 
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Joined: 07 Feb 2008, 22:54

18 Mar 2017, 13:23 #3832

How do you take your bangers, Dick? There are many variations.



Here is a Banger-in-a-Cone for gosh sakes!
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Joined: 09 Jul 2016, 18:59

18 Mar 2017, 15:05 #3833

DM3194 wrote:
How do you take your bangers, Dick? There are many variations.



Here is a Banger-in-a-Cone for gosh sakes!
I think that one could use a little 'scaping and trimming, if you catch my drift! 
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Joined: 20 Feb 2010, 02:12

19 Mar 2017, 22:21 #3834

Finishing up this Irish week with fish, veggies, Bailey's Irish cream on ice and brownies.  Weird combo but holding it down so far.
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19 Mar 2017, 22:22 #3835

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Joined: 13 Nov 2010, 17:37

19 Mar 2017, 22:24 #3836

Karly wrote:
That didn't take long. 

Hope you feel better soon. 
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19 Mar 2017, 22:44 #3837

Thanks FC.  I exaggerate but long day with little food until the weird dinner combo so definitely calling it a day early!
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Joined: 04 Jun 2006, 00:10

19 Mar 2017, 22:49 #3838

I had a hearty ration of Bubble & Squeak for brunch, drizzled with malt vinegar and tamari.
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Joined: 02 Apr 2011, 03:07

20 Mar 2017, 08:46 #3839

I did have pasta for Saint Joseph's but instead of marinara sauce I made some shrimp scampi. I was thinking of going to the Black Rose in Boston and drink a couple yards of lager then continuous shots and Guiness until closing but the shrimp and pasta feared Karly's doggie. Maybe next Saint Patricia's Day when I'm younger.

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28 Mar 2017, 23:08 #3840

Busy calendar lately but with a nice balance of people and groups.  Not sure why I haven't recommended this before but Mandarin in Reading on a Sunday is a fabulous buffet ( including sushi which I am not into).  I generally don't even like buffets but this one has loads of interesting veggies in their dishes like yaro.  So good!

Also...another restaurant having a long wait moved a group of us to Angelica's in Middleton and oh isn't that a fun place.  Over-the-top decor in a really fun way, very generous in freebies...popovers, fried dough, bean dip, warm bread,..ended up bringing dinner home and it was enough for two.  


I am still cooking and baking when I can but do need to rely on others a bit lately.
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