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Made some bacon-chicken alfredo pizza tonight with the GF (well.. she had a veggie-alfredo pizza, shes a vegetarian). We were in a pinch; generally we make our own dough, but just got some pillsbury shit out of the tube today. I wouldn't recommend it.. but otherwise the pizza was really good! and i'm also really happy to be able to eat like.. real food again! lol
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^ Damn that pizza sounds bomb.. I'm currently snacking on an orange creme bar, nothing like ice cream when you cant sleep haha.
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^^I ate pizza, too! I ordered Domino's Hawaiian pineapple and ham pizza with cheese breadsticks. :)
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Nothing goes better while watching a football game like hotdogs and hamburgers on the grill with some baked beans.
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My mom is cooking up some homemade bun bo hue noodles.  Shocked
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Homemade granola, vanilla yogurt, strawberries and grapes.
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That sushi looks good. Is it homemade? I've tried making sushi before but it always falls apart. :(
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  Quote woodhomie1996 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/12/2012 at 4:53am
No not homemade, just got take out.
My mom makes some awesome sushi but she hasn't done it in a while.
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  Quote timpiper Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/12/2012 at 4:42pm
I couldnt go on in this world without mexican food-just ate a delicious chile relleno
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  Quote j_lucky84 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/13/2012 at 7:50am
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I couldnt go on in this world without mexican food-just ate a delicious chile relleno


The lady friend and i made some chili rellenos a couple weeks ago. Unfortunately it was like 2 days before my wisdom tooth surgery, so i never finished the leftovers! <cries>. But i totally hear you! I think Mexican cuisine is my absolute favorite. Got a couple taco trucks in town for the Round Up (along with a bunch of other stands of various backgrounds). Hit up a taco truck last night n got a chicken taco.. simple, but realllly good! I'ma hit em up again tonight cuz they will have added tongue to the options. Never had it, so i figure ill try :).

Also had some mouthwatering brisket yesterday evening. Same folks that occupied a booth next to our house last year are back :). They received RAVE reviews around town last year, but by the time i made it over there they were out! Fortunately they still had some smoked brats.. I served em up a couple shots of whiskey so they gave me food for free :D. Can't we just bring back the barter system for good?!
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SnowboardinRox. - When making sushi it's all in the rice. There are several good recipes online but you need to follow them very closely. Sushi rice requires a lot of sugar and rice vinegar in it. Also if it is falling apart you may want to get a sushi press instead of a bamboo roller.   It's what we use and it works great. The sushi comes out in square pieces instead of round though.
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Made some chicken-chili earlier this week, and it turned out kind of bland.  That is, until the wife asked if I had put red pepper flakes in, and my answer was No!  OMG, how could I have forgotten that most important part?  So I ended up putting some flakes in my bowl, and BINGO that did the trick!
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  Quote solocreep Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/13/2012 at 4:42pm
Let pizza cool down before you bite into it. I burnt the roof of my mouth. Again. I swear, I do this bout twice a year. You think I'd learn by now. Smh.
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Pizza, with just a little garlic powder and parmesan cheese.
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I think everyone falls victim to that on occasion, solo. I mean, really.. who can really hold off those two extra minutes when uber delicious pizza is right there in front of em :D.
I hit up the taco truck again yesterday as planned and ordered a tongue taco.. The texture was slightly different, but it was a pretty damn good meal! There's still a few other stands i wanna hit up before the week ends. Gotta remember to keep cash on my person!
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been trying to eat mostly natural fruit/veggie/grain/nuts/beans as the jist of my diet for some time now. i recently decided to try to go to an almost completely whole foods plant-based diet, so i'm not buying dairy or meat until further notice. reason is just for health, nothing to do with eating animals. i think the only animal products i'm going to keep eating are local seafood and venison. i also don't plan to be overly strict about it, like if i'm at a family dinner and we're eating meat or something, i'm not going to oppose it.

made a huge salad a few days ago to last the whole week, and it turned out super tasty. kale, arugula, spinach, carrot, cucumber, tomato, broccoli, cauliflower, red/yellow/green peppers, and green onion.
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  Quote MikeD13559 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/15/2012 at 6:50pm
  I have been gradually working my way to something similar^  since last Oct.  I'm basically to that pt really.  I have been going w/ Amish raised chicken.  Really, really low dairy.. just a little good quality cheese here and there (def not a lot).  Organic soy milk.  I feel a ton better!!! Just in general, I feel better.  I have more energy, I sleep better, I'm not tired in the morning, I never feel like  'Oh man.. I shouldn't have eaten that..."
  I have 'leaned-up' and dropped 15-20lbs.  And my allergies are not as bad at all (which seems to have been the happy side effect of me cutting wheat and gluten foods/ products from my diet).
Good foods make you feel good... pretty simple really.  HAHA

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  Quote snowboardinrox357 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/15/2012 at 7:39pm
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  I have been gradually working my way to something similar^  since last Oct.  I'm basically to that pt really.  I have been going w/ Amish raised chicken.  Really, really low dairy.. just a little good quality cheese here and there (def not a lot).  Organic soy milk.  I feel a ton better!!! Just in general, I feel better.  I have more energy, I sleep better, I'm not tired in the morning, I never feel like  'Oh man.. I shouldn't have eaten that..."  I have 'leaned-up' and dropped 15-20lbs.  And my allergies are not as bad at all (which seems to have been the happy side effect of me cutting wheat and gluten foods/ products from my diet).Good foods make you feel good... pretty simple really.  HAHA


Yeah, eating heathly food does make you feel better. Whenever I eat salad instead of tacos, pizza, fast food, etc., I feel less heavy. And healthy food keeps your body in better condition :)
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made a huge salad a few days ago to last the whole week, and it turned out super tasty. kale, arugula, spinach, carrot, cucumber, tomato, broccoli, cauliflower, red/yellow/green peppers, and green onion.


Kale is like one of the best foods you can possibly eat.  Super nutrient dense.

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  Quote spenser Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/16/2012 at 10:14pm
precisely why it is a key ingredient to my supersalad!

made my second batch today.  tore the leaves into smaller pieces this time, instead of running them through the machine... keepin' it leafy.  and apparently they're selling locally grown bean sprouts at safeway now, so i tried those out.. super good just on their own.

going to start soaking my own beans soon, and i think i might start making my own almond milk too.  god damned hippies!
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  Quote snowboardinrox357 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/17/2012 at 6:50pm
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precisely why it is a key ingredient to my supersalad!
made my second batch today.  tore the leaves into smaller pieces this time, instead of running them through the machine... keepin' it leafy.  and apparently they're selling locally grown bean sprouts at safeway now, so i tried those out.. super good just on their own.
going to start soaking my own beans soon, and i think i might start making my own almond milk too.  god damned hippies!



I've never tried kale before, but I do eat bean sprouts. I usually put some in my salad along with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, carrots, beans, dressing, and croutons.
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I've been substituting quinoa into my meals instead of rice every now and then. Tastes okay but I can't seem to cook it right it's always mushy
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I've been substituting quinoa into my meals instead of rice every now and then. Tastes okay but I can't seem to cook it right it's always mushy

My wife loves quinoa, I absolutely hate it.  We have tried it several times and I just can't get past the taste and mushy texture.  We never eat white rice (no nutritional value) and occasionally eat brown rice.  Probably eat whole wheat couscous more than any other similar rice-like item.
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I started using quinoa instead of rice because it has way more protein.  You guys are definitely overcooking it if it's mushy.  When it's done it should actually have the same kind of texture as couscous if it's cooked right.

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Whole wheat, turkey, cheddar, hummus, lettuce and tomato
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  Quote j_lucky84 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/18/2012 at 8:48am
I've been fortunate enough not to have had "bad" quinoa... yet. I first tried it as it was in a salad at the buffet across the street from work. Really enjoyed it, and now the lady cooks it up for me fairly regularly. Can't stand couscous though; I know the texture is CLOSE, but it's off just enough to make me ill. I think it's cuz it reminds me of tapioca as a kid. <gag>
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Unfortunately I don't have all those good foods to make salads out of, so to eat healthy for right now I need to eat eggs, chicken (grilled), oatmeal, and fruits... it's really repetitive, I should get some of that other stuff:)
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Mike: we need to have a GF convo sometime soon hon...please. :)

Spens: what is this supersalad that you speak of? Did I miss a post?


Quinoa -- I've had it made into a curry "salad" that included raisins, apples, onions, almonds...from EarthFare. Holy snot that was some GOOD STUFF but they don't keep it in their fresh food deli consistently, so I've not been able to get it the last few times I went.
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Hot and spicy spam is heeella spicy. It's marinated in tobasco and the taste is a little overpowering but if you like spam and tobasco, I highly recommend.
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Been eating healthy lately. I've cut out most of my junk food, only allow myself a tiny bit each day. I'm soon gonna cut it all out.

Had a nice salad today with some shrooms, alfa alfa sprouts, cucumbers along with a mozzarella and tomato sandwich.
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  Quote timpiper Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/18/2012 at 8:49pm
Im coming to the conclusion that food is my biggest vice-had jack's spicy chicken combo from jack n the box at 5:30 this morning again while unloading the truck at work
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Made quinoa made with chicken broth, onions and carrots and it was super bitter, not really sure what happened.

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Are they over cooked chips? ^^
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On a meat eating spree.

Tuesday had Galbi at a nice Korean restaurant.
Wednesday had spicy pork ribs and marinated steak at another Korean restuarant
Today going to have steak and hash browns at Ruth Chris.
Friday most likely bulgogi at inlaws
Saturday going to have a big variety of live clams cooked on a grill. Then tendon soup? (Korean food again)
Sunday going to a big Japanese mall in NJ. probably gonna get some donkatsu and ramen!

haha.. nice to have a schedule set to eating. (no wonder I'm fat and out of shape.)
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Slow cooked some ribs last night. 2.5 hours well worth it. Meat was tender and juicy. Mmmm.
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^ Big fan of slow cooked ribs.... mind if i ask your technique?

Personally I slow smoke mine.  Homemade memphis style rub with a baste of Cider vinegar, coke, and olive oil.  I try to run the smoker at about 240-260deg and i let it run for about 5 hours.  Typically they fall off the bone and are stellar.

I've also used the oven method where you slow roast them over a pan of water (holds moisture) for 2-3 hours.  Just as juicy and tender, but they lose that umph from the smoke.
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They are potato, blue potato and sweet potato chips
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Good lookin burger, woodhomie :). And i like multi-colored potato chips :).

Has anyone seen the team-colored tortilla chips at the store? Here in pendleton, OR i've only seen the Beaver-colored ones; I'm sure there've gotta be duck ones around somewhere. Find me some WSU ones and im on it! :D
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Good lookin burger, woodhomie :). And i like multi-colored potato chips :). Has anyone seen the team-colored tortilla chips at the store? Here in pendleton, OR i've only seen the Beaver-colored ones; I'm sure there've gotta be duck ones around somewhere. Find me some WSU ones and im on it! :D



I haven't seen team-colored tortilla chips in stores in California. The only colored ones I've seen are blue corn tortilla chips.
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Spens: what is this supersalad that you speak of? Did I miss a post?
two posts a few posts up.  just a mash of a bunch of different veggies, basically
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added Piada to my list of favorite places to eat just behind Chipotle. They make perfect pasta and have tasty basil pesto.
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cowboy ribeye was great!!!! too bad they don't have the hash browns any more.
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@ shift4200. I don't have any technique down yet. I rarely slow cook ribs cuz it takes so long. I just follow random recipes on the internet. To be honest I'm not that great a cook. Sometimes my food is bland, sometimes too salty, but every now and then I'll get it juuust right.
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@ shift4200. I don't have any technique down yet. I rarely slow cook ribs cuz it takes so long. I just follow random recipes on the internet. To be honest I'm not that great a cook. Sometimes my food is bland, sometimes too salty, but every now and then I'll get it juuust right.


Hey man, that's cool. Least ya keep trying. Hell, i've effed up a box of mac n cheese in my time... but I'm still at it! Whenever im trying something new i try to keep track of everything i do/use, so if it turns out good, i can use it later. I have a little trapper keeper starting to pile up with my own lil creations :).
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One thing I got down is breakfast. Pancakes, eggs, bacon, oatmeal, etc. It's rare I screw that up.
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One thing I got down is breakfast. Pancakes, eggs, bacon, oatmeal, etc. It's rare I screw that up.


Lol same here. I can't ever cook lunch or dinner but I can always cook breakfast. I can make waffles, bacon, sausage, oatmeal, cereal, eggs, bagels, and donuts.
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Breakfast is one of my fave things to cook, and I was able to cook some this morning :). Made fried eggs (need a new pan for that though, the ones we got are sticky as hell :( ), and more or less "hash" browns, including some sauteed poblanos, red bell pepper, onion, serranos, and some various seasonings, and finally topped off with queso fresco; also fried up a couple canadian bacon pieces. Not terribly ornate, but it was tasty n filling.
Gf's making some shepherds pie for dinner... though.. since she's a vegetarian.. its a bit bastardized lol
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