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I had Bakewell cake and a cup of tea and I wasn't even at my aunties.

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what is a bakewell cake?

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hopefully, i remembered right -- that i still had a microwave dinner here. otherwise, i'll have to go to the cafeteria for a sandwich.

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I dunno. If I gots time I might run up to Harold's for a pork sandwich and a cup of Brunswick Stew. I'm cold today even though it is warming up a little bit.

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Hmmm

meeting my friend Rich for lunch...Havent decided on a venue though.

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Taking a co-worker out for her birthday. So it's what she picks.

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I've been thinking I'm going to have a cheeseburger and fries with a Pepsi.


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too early for lunch, but i'm going to have leftover fried rice from last night.

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Suprise. She chose Chili's. :| I guess as far as chain resturants it could be worse.

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Leftover Delmonico steak with some rice pilaf.


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Loafu - mashed tofu with onions, broccoli, walnuts, ginger, soy and black bean sauces, baked for an hour


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Loafu - mashed tofu with onions, broccoli, walnuts, ginger, soy and black bean sauces, baked for an hour


This sounds surprisingly tasty... care to share a recipe?


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dnorwood wrote:
Esh wrote:
Loafu - mashed tofu with onions, broccoli, walnuts, ginger, soy and black bean sauces, baked for an hour


This sounds surprisingly tasty... care to share a recipe?


It is really really good, healthy, and easy. This is the recipe that inspired my own: http://www.fatfree.com/recipes/tofu/tofu-loaf

Loafu ala Esh:

1 brick o' tofu (mashed with hands, fork, whateva)
2 medium onions (diced)
1 head o' broccoli (broken into bits, use just the leaves)
1 cup o' walnuts (broken down)
1/2 cup of rolled outs (for togetherness)
a bit of soy + black bean or other sauces (for colour and flavour)
some ginger or garlic powder
some pepper

Mix ingredients with hands in a bowl, press mix into a Pyrex dish or something, bake at 350 for an hour, let sit for 10 minutes after, serve. It's really good with some plum sauce.


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thanks, Esh! :)


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Someone brought some of this in today:

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So I'm not that hungry but I'm sure I'll be having...

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I can't wait until the holidays are over so these people will stop bringing shit in that I like to eat.


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dnorwood wrote:
thanks, Esh! :)


Lemme know.


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lime shrimp flavored ramen and a bean and cheese burrito with yummy organic salsa.

it's finals week, i'munna eat whatever i want!


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Had a sub from Firehouse. Now I have heartburn. I don't really feel like eating again for the rest of the week.

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Sen.LooGAR'sCrunkmas wrote:
Had a sub from Firehouse. Now I have heartburn. I don't really feel like eating again for the rest of the week.


Yeah, I got some killer heartburn from my first ever trip to the Firehouse a couple weeks ago. Pretty fucking meh sandwich as well. Is that chain just a southern thing or what?

I ended up with a plain chicken sandwich and tea from Wendy's. Nothing to scream about.

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Sen.LooGAR'sCrunkmas wrote:
Had a sub from Firehouse. Now I have heartburn. I don't really feel like eating again for the rest of the week.


Yeah, I got some killer heartburn from my first ever trip to the Firehouse a couple weeks ago. Pretty fucking meh sandwich as well. Is that chain just a southern thing or what?

I ended up with a plain chicken sandwich and tea from Wendy's. Nothing to scream about.


Damn sweet tea sounds really fucking good right now. Oh yeah, I live in a cold hell that doesn't know what that is.


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