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What did you have for dinner?

post #1 of 25
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Or supper, or whatever your last meal was

I had a small serving of rice N beans (its a big food in Puerto Rico...lol) with half of a boiled chicken breast. I think my cooking tonight was very good compared to last week!
post #2 of 25
Nothing yet - but I think Im going to have a leftover chicken breast as a sandwich
post #3 of 25
Whatever someone else cooks at the moment..... I need to get up and make something....
post #4 of 25
Last night we were in Santa Monica so we ae at Hooters. Brian has wings and fries, and I had nachos and fried pickles. TOTALLY not healthy, but its what I was craving.
post #5 of 25
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Originally Posted by emily_325 View Post
Last night we were in Santa Monica so we ae at Hooters. Brian has wings and fries, and I had nachos and fried pickles. TOTALLY not healthy, but its what I was craving.
I've been craving the wings at Hooters forever. There's one only 20 minutes from us, but whenever we go over there for shopping, we always forget to go there to eat! Maybe I'll take John there this weekend!
post #6 of 25
I stuffed myself full of spaghetti. Yummy, but I ate wayyy too much!
post #7 of 25
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Originally Posted by babyharley View Post
I've been craving the wings at Hooters forever. There's one only 20 minutes from us, but whenever we go over there for shopping, we always forget to go there to eat! Maybe I'll take John there this weekend!
You should do it. Hooters is the best. Try the fried pickles if you haven't already. YUMMY. Of course I like anything that's battered and deep fried...lol.
post #8 of 25
I had home made milk-fed veal parmagiana with mesclun salad, honey-orange glazed carrots, and home made foccacia. Sloshed down with "Mother Cluckers" chardonay from Gisbourne, NZ. Then I have the leftovers from the first ever apple pie I made for dessert.

I'm surprised at the consensus here on Hooters being a good place to eat. I must admit I've never considered it, though I'm sure hubby would be thrilled if I suggested it.
post #9 of 25
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I had home made milk-fed veal parmagiana with mesclun salad, honey-orange glazed carrots, and home made foccacia. Sloshed down with "Mother Cluckers" chardonay from Gisbourne, NZ. Then I have the leftovers from the first ever apple pie I made for dessert.

I'm surprised at the consensus here on Hooters being a good place to eat. I must admit I've never considered it, though I'm sure hubby would be thrilled if I suggested it.
My husband and I go a good deal. Especially during football season. He is a Redskins fan and if you want to watch the game here on the west coast you have to go to a sports bar.
post #10 of 25
I am having a peanut butter and honey sandwich...too lazy too cook canned soup..
post #11 of 25
I had angel hair pasta tossed with basil pesto and sprinkled with a touch of parmesan cheese.
post #12 of 25
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Originally Posted by emily_325 View Post
You should do it. Hooters is the best. Try the fried pickles if you haven't already. YUMMY. Of course I like anything that's battered and deep fried...lol.
I love Hooters... yummmm I'm like you - I also love anything battered or deep fried
post #13 of 25
Tacos *yum* My wife made them and I said I'd do the dishes.

...I'll get around to it eventually
post #14 of 25
Baked chicken,salad & baked potatos
post #15 of 25
I'm having a salad and spicy Italian sausage. For desert I'm having a pear.
post #16 of 25
we had hamburgers and goulash. I didn't have the goulash, though. I love it, but wasn't in the mood.
post #17 of 25
I had a bagel sandwich (smoked turkey, swiss, lettuce, and mayo on an Everything) and cream of broccoli soup. Mmm!
post #18 of 25
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I had a bagel sandwich (smoked turkey, swiss, lettuce, and mayo on an Everything) and cream of broccoli soup. Mmm!
that sounds delicious!
post #19 of 25
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that sounds delicious!
It was! It hit the spot. It's been rainy all day here, so I was in a soup and sandwich mood.
post #20 of 25
I had rotisserie chicken, green beans and mashed poatoes. It wasn't as good as it sounds......
post #21 of 25
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Originally Posted by emily_325 View Post
My husband and I go a good deal. Especially during football season. He is a Redskins fan and if you want to watch the game here on the west coast you have to go to a sports bar.
Your husband's a Redskins fan...I'm an obsessed Redskins Fan ...ask him why he thinks were so BAD this year!!!!


I made a Roast in the crockpot and homemade mac and cheese and homemade garlic breadsticks, and homemade Biscotti for Dessert and it was a big HIT!!!
post #22 of 25
Leftover beef stew that I made on Friday.
post #23 of 25
We ate out, Mexican food. I don't cook when my husband's out of town! That's the only good thing about it.

Cheers, from
SwampWitch
post #24 of 25
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Tacos *yum* My wife made them and I said I'd do the dishes.

...I'll get around to it eventually
OMG i LOVE tacos!!! I make 'em so good too! Whenever I make tacos my diet goes straight out the window...
post #25 of 25
Well yesterday for dinner I had Subway. I had a cold cut sub with bacon, swiss cheese, lettuce, pickles, mayo and sub sauce. It was soooooo good. It was the first time I put bacon on a cold cut because I always thought it sounded gross but my boyfriend wanted it (and we were sharing the sub) and it was really good.
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