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  • LoriAnna62LoriAnna62 Member Posts: 87 Member Member Posts: 87 Member
    @acpgee Oh man, that looks SO GOOD! :)
  • chelleedubchelleedub Member Posts: 59 Member Member Posts: 59 Member
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    The breakfast pic is flax oil, eggs, baby spinach/kale, basil pesto, and grape maters.

    The dinner pic is olive oil, baby carrots, asparagus, red potatoes, chickpeas, yellow onion, sea salt, black pepper, fresh parsley, dried basil, paprika, garlic powder, and rosemary/sun dried tomato blend.
  • kcmcbeekcmcbee Member Posts: 164 Member Member Posts: 164 Member
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    This breaks today’s fast 😍 Homemade pasta w/ sun dried tomatoes, baby carrots, bell pepper, red onion, Parmesan, mozzy & parsley oil topped with a grilled tuna steak.

    Nicely done!

  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,258 Member Member Posts: 5,258 Member
    Dutch herring salad made with Spanish lomo de bonito which I got as a hostage gift from a dinner guest who spends the winter in Seville. Dutch split pea soup.
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  • bethan0maebethan0mae Member Posts: 19 Member Member Posts: 19 Member
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    acpgee wrote: »
    Eleven pounds worth of sushi from the Wasabi half price sale, which starts a half hour before closing which is around the time I leave the office. There is conveniently a branch underneath my workplace. Will make miso soup at home to go with that.

    Might be wrong.. and I hope I am very very wrong...... BUT raw seafood, from a takeout place and the virus going around??? Maybe think twice about how much that half price is worth it to you?

    https://www.openfit.com/coronavirus-meat-seafood

    Basically: eat your food in peace, just wash your bloody hands.
  • MaltedTeaMaltedTea Member, Premium Posts: 2,538 Member Member, Premium Posts: 2,538 Member
    @just_Tomek are you a chef or do you have culinary training? All your pics look editorial and yummy.
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,258 Member Member Posts: 5,258 Member
    Gratin dauphinois warmed up from the freezer, a Cumberland sausage that was languishing at the bottom of the freezer, sautéed spinach and tomato salad. Hubby cooked.
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  • bethan0maebethan0mae Member Posts: 19 Member Member Posts: 19 Member
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    bethan0mae wrote: »
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    acpgee wrote: »
    Eleven pounds worth of sushi from the Wasabi half price sale, which starts a half hour before closing which is around the time I leave the office. There is conveniently a branch underneath my workplace. Will make miso soup at home to go with that.

    Might be wrong.. and I hope I am very very wrong...... BUT raw seafood, from a takeout place and the virus going around??? Maybe think twice about how much that half price is worth it to you?

    https://www.openfit.com/coronavirus-meat-seafood

    Basically: eat your food in peace, just wash your bloody hands.

    thats you. You should be doing this regardless of the virus or not. Personal hygene. But do you trust the ppl prepping your food to be doing the same? I sure as hell dont.

    Not quite sure what you're suggesting. The "you" here is generalised. Not sure there's an awful lot of difference between a sushi chef and the person laying down your cutlery at a restaurant where the food is cooked. Or touching the chair you're sitting on, or a handrail on the stairs, or the bathroom door, or the parking metre machine, or your shopping basket/cart. Wash your hands because everything you touch could somehow be infected - not just the raw food you eat. Nationwide isolation has been put in place for a reason - because it's not about eating sushi, it's about touching literally anything.
    edited March 11
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