Dinner Art

pabloesqobar

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Great now im hungry! lol
Hah, I was too until 10 minutes ago. I just made another grilled sandwich: Whole wheat bread, red bell pepper and mushroom, thinly sliced chicken breast (from yesterday) and cheddar. This may have been the best grilled sandwich I've ever had. Probably not including a good Reuben, tho. Those are awesome.
 

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mantiszn

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Love me some toasties.. Chicken mayo Stilton and cranberry with a bit of arugula .. Put on after toasting of course
 

pabloesqobar

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Love me some toasties.. Chicken mayo Stilton and cranberry with a bit of arugula .. Put on after toasting of course
Wow, that sounds awesome. I might have to try that.

Tonights dinner: Ramen noodles! With red bell pepper, italian squash, mushrooms, broccoli and chicken breast. Not bad.
 

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pabloesqobar

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sunni

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sometimes theres nothing wrong technically with what you do but my guess would be the type of bread, and just general taste buds.
 

pabloesqobar

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Hey Sunni, you're probably right. But, the bread was the best part. The flavor of the beef (80/20) was not pleasant. Not sure why. It was fresh. A little kosher salt and pepper. Tilamook sharp cheddar. Seems like it should be such an easy thing to make.
 

sunni

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honestly it seems , too ...simple i know simplicity is best , but in this form possibly not??
 

roseypeach

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Rosemary, not thyme on the potato's. Not sure what I was thinking. Anyone else got pics of their dinner? Recipes?
that looks incredible. A true man's meal, corn AND potatoes..:D

I put mint, basil and oregano on mine. Very tasty with souvlaki that I make from pork tenderloin. Thyme and oregano go well together also for vegetables and seafood.
 

pabloesqobar

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that looks incredible. A true man's meal, corn AND potatoes..:D

I put mint, basil and oregano on mine. Very tasty with souvlaki that I make from pork tenderloin. Thyme and oregano go well together also for vegetables and seafood.
Sounds tasty, @roseypeach. Way to resurrect a long, dead thread :) I started that thread before there existed the current non cannabis cooking thread here: http://rollitup.org/t/whats-for-dinner-tonight.590992/

Tons of good food being posted on that thread now, and I lurk there and occasionally post there. Cheers!
 
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