Old 16th June 2016, 22:06   #1161
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Where your food comes from. "Origin of Crops"




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Old 22nd June 2016, 14:00   #1162
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Had a couple of sausages and an omelette. Finished it off with coffee.
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Old 4th July 2016, 01:14   #1163
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Oatmeal and Almond milk
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Old 25th July 2016, 02:02   #1164
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Had strawberry yogurt and a banana.
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Old 27th July 2016, 05:54   #1165
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a frozen thing; crustless pot pie. i tried to be fancy and toast some crackers with a little bit of olive oil to add to it. it didnt make a difference in how the crackers tasted though, they just tasted a bit burnt. i was trying to improve it a bit. it has these weird gummy tabs in it instead of the crust. meh, it wasnt terrible. it shall settle my hunger well enough until tomorrow.

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Old 24th August 2016, 02:21   #1166
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top ramen, chicken flavor, water drained before seasoning packet added.
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Old 17th October 2016, 23:07   #1167
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Dinner ideas

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Old 23rd October 2016, 04:30   #1168
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Old 23rd October 2016, 12:44   #1169
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italian food today.
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Old 11th November 2016, 15:44   #1170
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Already yesterday in our cooking-group we had made baked potatoes and baked vegetables.

After 28 years it was my second chance, this time with success. In 1988 I didn't get my part of the dinner, which I myself had made for me and 3 other people. A fifth person suddenly had appeared, and I dislike this person. I had retired, and when I came back, my part was away. Hopefully I can really cut the contact to this person.

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Old 19th November 2016, 05:17   #1171
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I had a hoagie for breakfast and Spinach Eggs Benedict for din din .

I like mixing it up a bit
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Old 25th November 2016, 13:31   #1172
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Yesterday we had pumpkin with rice. The other people in our cooking-group are very gentle, and I can harmonize with them well. It is very important, that people harmonize each other, if they sit together for a lunch or dinner.

I think, You will understand, that in 1988 I refused to sit with the disliked person at the table for the dinner, and Frank agrees with me, since also he himself saw this person the first time in 1992. This arrogant and spiteful person never had apologized all over the years. And it is our decision, if we finally want to cancel the contact, because we finally want to be left alone. We don't want to get our life dictated. We are adults, and we can make our own decisions. Our parents themselves never had made such problems for us.

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Old 7th December 2016, 18:31   #1173
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spaghetti bolognese
and chocolate brownie for dessert
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Old 8th December 2016, 00:45   #1174
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An big bowl of Vietnamese rice noodle with half-done beef.
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Old 8th December 2016, 15:51   #1175
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I cooked up a moose stew for dinner tonight.
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Old 9th December 2016, 01:12   #1176
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I cooked up a moose stew for dinner tonight.
Yea! I love beef stew with red wine, carrot, potatoe and garlic!
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Old 13th December 2016, 00:53   #1177
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Vietnamese traditional food!
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Old 13th December 2016, 02:38   #1178
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Deer (venison) sausage, fries, picked peppers, and a beer.

Pan fried medallions for the meat, and just basic russet potatoes scrubbed and sent through the fry cutter and then deep fried. Seasoned salt on the fries. Top the fries with any random cheap seasoning; for me tonight it was just Lawry's seasoned salt. The peppers were canned from the garden. The beer was Straub. They're inexpensive, high quality yet basic recipe, and the only brewery that still uses reusable bottles. I recently had two deer worth of meat given to me.

Pickling instructions... kinda long, but here's the basics...
Grow and pick peppers of all sorts, garlic, and dill weed.
Clean and cut peppers, clean garlic cloves.
Add pickling salt, dill seed, pickling spice, and other ingredients from above into mason jars.
Pour boiling half-and-half mix vinegar and water to nearly fill the jars.
Process according to USDA guidelines. http://nchfp.uga.edu/publications/pu...ions_usda.html

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I have yet to try pickling anything, but i forage and preserve a lot of mushrooms and berries as well as hunt and have a small farm where i raise dual purpose chickens and meat rabbits. So i go through plenty of processing in a year. Not able to grow as much here as i would have liked (north of the arctic circle), but the foraging does provide a nice variety of vegs so that compensates some. Setting up some hugelkultur rows so that might improve what i can grow, time will tell. Oh and for dinner tonight i had a lazy dinner of ham and eggs. Been boiling some stew chickens half the day so that will give me a kickass soup for tomorrow and then a nice beef roast for sunday is dry brining in the fridge as i write.
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Old 10th January 2017, 10:11   #1180
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spaghetti carbonara and some salad
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Old 14th February 2017, 09:19   #1181
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spaghetti carbonara and some salad
Sound delish!. I might make this for my family today. Its been quite a while since we had it, your comment has refreshed my memories, so thank you
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Old 22nd February 2017, 04:25   #1182
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going to have carl's jr for dinner tonight, mustard and mayo burgers, yum

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Old 11th March 2017, 23:49   #1183
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I love these threads that sort of last forever - anyway, tonight it is pork stew - will be making corn and carrots in a big to go with it and maybe some celery sticks. Guess which dish will remain untouched at the end of the meal?
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Old 14th March 2017, 09:15   #1184
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carl's jr, i forget why i eat there, no one who works at any of them can understand something as simple as "no ketchup, mayo and mustard only".

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Old 16th March 2017, 01:34   #1185
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Two [pork?] sausages, steamed carrots, steamed broccoli and mashed potatoes with a little bit of olive oil spread (butter substitute).

Simple and effective.

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Old 17th March 2017, 23:47   #1186
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St. Patrick's day caused the obligatory corned beef and cabbage dinner. I really should be eating this stuff a lot more often, as good as it is.

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Old 13th April 2017, 12:08   #1187
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Potatoes and mushrooms, I'm trying to not eat meat before Easter.
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