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What was the last meal you cooked?

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  • Tinydancer106Tinydancer106 Posts: 3,558Member Member Posts: 3,558Member Member
    Chicken pot pie from scratch ....i always wait a day to eat it because I think it tastes best that way so
    .. I'm looking forward to dinner tomorrow 😏🤘...or today 😳😂
    edited November 2019
  • jc4meandujc4meandu Posts: 171Member Member Posts: 171Member Member
    mmmmm i love it but sadly i can't eat it diabetic ughhhh!!!
  • jc4meandujc4meandu Posts: 171Member Member Posts: 171Member Member
    you like cooking?
  • rhaiinrhaiin Posts: 685Member Member Posts: 685Member Member
    Haluski with Turkey Bacon
    edited November 2019
  • jessrexjessrex Posts: 41Member Member Posts: 41Member Member
    Ground chicken white chili. I'm a big fan of chili and soup for lunches during the winter, so I usually make a huge pot of something on Sundays.
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 8,066Member Member Posts: 8,066Member Member
    Chili lime cod, crinkle fries and tomato basil aged balsamic salad.
  • angf0679angf0679 Posts: 1,060Member Member Posts: 1,060Member Member
    Baked chicken and pasta.
  • angf0679angf0679 Posts: 1,060Member Member Posts: 1,060Member Member
    hesn92 wrote: »
    angf0679 wrote: »
    Kraft Dinner It was 10:30 at night, I hadn't eaten and was hungry and it cooks fast. 56g for one serving of KD certainly isn't much! I'll do better tonight. Last night was just a very late night. I got home at 9:30 and still needed to do my workout before supper.

    Hey, I'll throw some smoked sausage in some kraft mac and cheese and my kids think it's a rare delicacy lol

    I'll remember that next time. I'll just need to get sausages. I bought a bulk box of KD when it was on that that box of 12 made each individual box of KD $0.66. It's a quick dinner to have when there are times I need to eat and have nothing in the fridge to just re-heat!
  • acpgeeacpgee Posts: 4,528Member Member Posts: 4,528Member Member
    Dinner tonight will be a weird combination. Trying to use up the older bits of veg languishing at the bottom of the fridge as well as the leftover bolognaise sauce from a couple of nights ago. Starting with a Turkish salad of watermelon, feta and mint drizzled with pomegranate molasses. Main is spaghetti bolognaise with sweet sides of roasted carrots and roasted red peppers.
  • acpgeeacpgee Posts: 4,528Member Member Posts: 4,528Member Member
    Starter of Turkish salad, veggie sides of roast carrots and red pepper, main of spag bol.
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  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 8,066Member Member Posts: 8,066Member Member
    Round two of Buddha bowls
  • aokoyeaokoye Posts: 3,496Member Member Posts: 3,496Member Member
    Finally getting around to making butternut squash soup. Finally.
  • epangiliepangili Posts: 578Member Member Posts: 578Member Member
    Gumbo paleo in instapot
  • lx1xlx1x Posts: 20,082Member Member Posts: 20,082Member Member
    Smoked/grilled buffalo wings..
  • acpgeeacpgee Posts: 4,528Member Member Posts: 4,528Member Member
    I've got a mate coming over for dinner tonight. He's a little complicated to feed because of FODMAPs intolerance to onions and garlic. Planning to do California roll your own hand rolls, miso soup with tofu and seaweed, pavlova for dessert.
  • aokoyeaokoye Posts: 3,496Member Member Posts: 3,496Member Member
    Not a meal, but I have beef stock cooking in the Instant Pot. I essentially only really use the thing for beans and stock but it's very good at both of those. Beef bones were on sale for $1.29/pound at the HMart (a national Korean chain) I went to and they had some flank steak that needed to be sold today that was $2/pound.

    It probably has another hour and a half or so in the IP and then will take forever to natural release. I'll likely let it cool in a large container before portining it into smaller jars for freezing as there is going to likely be a lot of fat that needs to be removed (and saved for some other purpose).

    And this, friends, is why buying "bone broth" is a waste of money when you can just make it yourself.
  • acpgeeacpgee Posts: 4,528Member Member Posts: 4,528Member Member
    Roll your own California hand rolls and miso soup. I forgot to take a picture of the raspberry pavlova until after we dug in.
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  • k8eekinsk8eekins Posts: 2,226Member Member Posts: 2,226Member Member
    jc4meandu wrote: »
    you like cooking?

    Welcome to the thread jc4meandu!

    If it's solely for myself, I do quite enjoy cooking (soups, stews, one pan roasts, on the grill and salads).

    For family and friends, even catering, I prefer to take directions, as an assistant to the lead in the kitchen, not at all opposed to maintaining a clear and clean kitchen as we work through the preparations from start to table.
  • aokoyeaokoye Posts: 3,496Member Member Posts: 3,496Member Member
    A quick soup with beef broth that I made earlier today, vermicelli noodles, korean style dumplings, and a chopped scallion. Could easily be improved by adding fish sauce, some sort of green, etc. That said, it was fast and good.
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