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What Are You Eating? Or the Last Thing You Ate

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Post by diamondlil » Fri October 31st, 2008, 8:33 am

[quote=""SonjaMarie""]Italian Wedding Soup and later Spumoni Ice Cream.

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Italian wedding soup sounds interesting.
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Post by Vanessa » Fri October 31st, 2008, 9:23 am

We had spicy Szechuan tomato pork stir fry last night, I had cereal this morning and tonight we're going out for an Indian meal.
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Post by pat » Fri October 31st, 2008, 9:56 am

Pilau rice, tandori chicken, onion bahgee and pappadams! And I have leftovers!
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Post by Alaric » Fri October 31st, 2008, 12:04 pm

Chicken Kyiv and pasta salad.

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Post by princess garnet » Fri October 31st, 2008, 4:09 pm

A little candy corn and hot white chocolate from Dunkin Donuts

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Post by SonjaMarie » Fri October 31st, 2008, 5:18 pm

[quote=""diamondlil""]Italian wedding soup sounds interesting.[/quote]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wedding_soup

The name of it is a mistranslation of the Italian language, minestra maritata, which is a reference to the fact that green vegetables and meats go well together.

It tastes really good.

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Post by diamondlil » Fri October 31st, 2008, 8:31 pm

Weetbix for breakfast.
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Post by sweetpotatoboy » Fri October 31st, 2008, 8:35 pm

Roast chicken, broccoli, green beans, courgette and couscous.

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Post by diamondlil » Fri October 31st, 2008, 8:36 pm

That sounds good!
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Post by sweetpotatoboy » Fri October 31st, 2008, 8:46 pm

I like Weetabix too for breakfast. I normally have it with soya milk. Or just with hot water and it becomes a big mush!

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