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    microwave mug cake.

    Made in a 500ml pyrex jug because, coincidentally, I am not a mug
    (a mug is too small and is asking for an overflow mess).

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    Quote Originally Posted by defrabbit View Post
    chicken schnitzel.
    I didn't see this yesterday and I don't have a reply, I just wanted to be included in this thread.

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    microwave mug cake.

    Made in a 500ml pyrex jug because, coincidentally, I am not a mug
    (a mug is too small and is asking for an overflow mess).
    Sometimes a jug of cake is needed. Of course I also have diabetes, so my judgement isn't always the most reliable.
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    fried egg sandwich w. pepper and some sort of herbed salt.

    Runny yolk, because cooked egg yolk has an appalling texture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by defrabbit View Post
    fried egg sandwich w. pepper and some sort of herbed salt.

    Runny yolk, because cooked egg yolk has an appalling texture.

    I have a little round silicone thing, makes perfect egg-sandwich-ready fried eggs. Sausage or bacon, cheese and green chile added make a breakfast delight. Yolk running over it make it horribly messy but just incredible.......nectar of the Gods......


    Suddenly, Bond is hungry.

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    Roast pork (with crackling); Brussels sprouts (fresh out of the garden), probably roast potatoes and gravy. Mmmmmm.

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    I just ate a big glob of peanut butter, squeezing honey into my mouth along with it. Then I chugged milk to wash it down right out of the carton.

    I'm an animal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misrule View Post
    Brussels sprouts (fresh out of the garden)
    I love Brussels sprouts, but that's one thing I fail at cooking.

    I just tried roasting some. Cut them in half, tossed them with olive oil, salt pepper and cut up bacon on a sheet pan, I was going to put butter and parmesan on them when out of the oven. 30 minutes at 400. Sounds great doesn't it?

    They came out with a hideous bitter taste and I had to throw them away. I don't know what I did wrong.

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    I just nuke the package and either add cheese and garlic salt or butter and garlic salt.

    Tonight was biscuits and country gravy for the guys and a bit of the gravy on a slice of whole wheat bread for me.

    I really miss the white flour biscuits. The gravy on bread/toast at least is an SOS type meal.
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    I don't eat b.sprouts but have prepared them by:
    - cutting off stalk just above where it meets the round part
    - scoring an X in the bottom of the stalk
    - steaming for ~15min

    ....

    I had ricepaper rolls w. hoisin beef and grated vegetables.

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    Quote Originally Posted by defrabbit View Post
    cutting off stalk just above where it meets the round part....
    I am surprised at how many times I've eaten them while out and that ruins the whole meal. It's not that difficult.

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    I had ricepaper rolls w. hoisin beef and grated vegetables.
    That definitely sounds like something I shouldn't eat but would be delicious.
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