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Compose my dinner.

Discussion in 'Games / Pics / Jokes / Stories' started by ideogenous_mover, Jul 22, 2021.

  1. ideogenous_mover

    ideogenous_mover Well-Known Member

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    I would like one main course , two sides, and maybe something to drink
     
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    Secret Chief Meghalayan Ape

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    Lazy bugger.
     
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    Viker Filia Diaboli, in a shroud of metaphor and mystery

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    Ribeye steak, mashed potatoes, asparagus, sweet dinner rolls and iced sweet tea.
     
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    Curry with naan, poppadoms, and bhajis; as well as yoghurt and a cup of ice tea.
     
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    Palak paneer, jasmine rice, garlic naan, and mango lassi.
     
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    I'm not a restaurant.
    You can have some leftover macaroni or a pizza, and a can of coke, or a glass of milk, orange juice or water.
    If you're still hungry after that you can have some instant noodles or grilled cheese sandwiches.
     
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    Is.....is that.....is that food?
     
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    It was sent to the lab for analysis, but the results were inconclusive.
     
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  11. ChristineM

    ChristineM "Be strong" I whispered to my coffee.
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    If you don't mind I'll not join you, ill be having chicken with tarragon sauce, sauteed potatoes and corn.
     
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    Evangelicalhumanist "Truth" isn't a thing...
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    I shall be more generous than other posters. How about a nice chateaubriand on asparagus with bearnaise sauce, and a potato-speck gratin? (speck is a kind of lightly cured, smoked ham). I think a big red wine would do well with that, something like a good malbec.

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  13. ideogenous_mover

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    Thank you, yes I'll take it
     
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    It only looks like a few bites are there, plus it doesn't look michelin worthy, but I'll take it
     
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    I'll take it, as long as it has a good steak sauce, and maybe chives in the potatoes, and saute the asparagus with scallops and mushrooms please
     
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    Probably the best meal of my life was at an Indian buffet, right when they opened the doors.. I had 3 or 4 plates of it.. I gotta get back there. I like it, but it's often expensive
     
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    If you can find one, Indian grocers in the states are very reasonably priced, and you can reproduce such meals in your home. You needn't even have much culinary talent, because many of the dishes are prepackaged, either as frozen or staples, as are packs of seasoning and mixes.
     
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    That looks like another one of those delicious school lunches I remember.

    I recall that our school cafeteria always emanated some kind of distinctive odor, which I still occasionally encounter, triggering memories of awful food.

    But it was still better than prison food in Texas.

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    In addition to those options, I can offer frozen breaded chicken strips...you do have to get the oven going, though...
     
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  20. ChristineM

    ChristineM "Be strong" I whispered to my coffee.
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    Was it the odor of strong disinfectant of that of rotting food?
     
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