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Re: Whats your favorite dinner? by Loretto on 4 February 2010 2:46pm
 
I forgot to add desert to my menu! What a terrible mistake for a sweet tooth like myself.....Ice Cream sunday topped with Ma&Ms, marshmallows, hot chocolate fudge and then seconds!
 
Re: Whats your favorite dinner? by TERRY S on 4 February 2010 9:23pm
 
Can tell you some my fave food if you like (as opposed to a particular meal):

Chinese usually Chicken chow mein
bbq chicken pizza
chicken leg 'n' chips with gravy and yorkshire pud.
Chocco pie(the oriental version of a wagon wheel)

 
Re: Whats your favorite dinner? by BethGoth17 on 4 February 2010 10:37pm
 
@Kazzzz, it can be downright miserable at times but I just have to get through it. Sometimes I have to knock my head back so the food goes further down my throat (so I don't have to chew.) I didn't have my dinner until half past nine tonight because I just couldn't eat anything, and also I was feeling a bit rough earlier ;)
 
Re: Whats your favorite dinner? by TERRY S on 6 February 2010 12:22am
 
When I was a kid, and I was holidaying at my Nan's house in Devon, my Nan always used to give us home-made egg mayonaise sarnies (though she actually used salad cream)to take to the beach with us. I haven't had them since she died in 1985. Yesterday, Don bought some egg mayonaise and I was back on Dawlish beach again with my yellow castle-shaped pail and pink spade. Yummmmy!!
 
Re: Whats your favorite dinner? by Spursfan on 6 February 2010 10:08am
 
My husband makes lovely egg and onion (we call it) sarnies. Basically mashed up egg, some finely chopped (preferably red) onion, mayonnaise, salt and pepper to taste.

Two alternatives:

Basic recipe but with grated cheese added.

Basic recipe but with some chopped capsicum (doesn't matter which colour!!) added.

Try them and enjoy!!

:)
 
Re: Whats your favorite dinner? by matineeidyll on 6 February 2010 10:27am
 
I make a great, simple crumbed coconut chicken that everyone has loved (not just liked, but LOVED) so far. It's so easy - dip chicken tenderloins in flour, then egg, and finally in a mixture of shredded coconut and crumbed cereal (or simple breadcrumbs, whatever you like - I crush up some Corn Flakes in a zip-lock bag along with the shredded coconut, and it works well every time). Then fry evenly in a pan at 3-4 minutes a side, depending on your stovetop, and serve it up!
 
Re: Whats your favorite dinner? by kazzzz on 6 February 2010 10:54am
 
Oh that sounds yum, I'm definitely going to try that one :)

 
Re: Whats your favorite dinner? by Loretto on 6 February 2010 1:24pm
 
That sounds delicious!
 
Re: Whats your favorite dinner? by mp_addict19 on 7 February 2010 2:42pm
 
Right. I like chicken bake in the oven with lemon pepper seasoning on it, porkchops, walleye or pike, but the one thing I really like is steak. Ribeye, sirloin, t-bone, YUMMY!! Plus we don't have to buy steaks from the grocery store, we got meat in my front yard! My dad raises Charolais cows and their meat is delicious!! Better than Angus which is tough, better than Hereford. . . haven't tried the other types, but I think Charolais is the best meat you'll ever have.
 
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