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Discussion in 'The Connoisseur' started by Rosie, May 31, 2006.
Some friendly 10oz Steaks with onions and new potatoes.
Panera Bread's broccoli cheddar soup in a bread bowl. My new favorite soup. So rich and tasty..!!
2,5 metric pounds of slow, low temperature oven roasted beef.
Cheeseburgers and fries, diet Pepsi ordered from my fav Fox's Irish Pub.
Since I had a ton of backlog unceremoniously dumped on me today, whiskey tango foxtrot.
Nothing like being chained to a desk for the next six months....
A "Red Curry" with red lentils, chick peas, wholegrain rice including mixed pickles.
The repercussions are not that good, ouch...
A bread salad with the last of the dry-farmed tomatoes and fresh basil.
A few weeks back the stores were short on cauliflower except for $12 'organic' ones. So I bought a package of Buffalo cauli....one of those with all the ingredients included. We made it, it was great but we decided we could make our own and likely better. So tonight we are having a big mess of buffalo cauli with blue cheese dipping sauce and a panko breaded seasoned pork loin chop.
Beef roulades with red kraut and new potatoes, Augustiner Lager Hell.
It is a good day......Tacos! w/Salvadoran cole slaw instead of lettuce.
Ordered in a chicken bucket dinner, sat watching YouTube reactor video for Dimesh's Ave Maria.
Dimesh is an angel.
Stir fry veggies with panko Tofu in an orange sauce. I bought the tofu in a weak moment......it is on me to cook it........so tonight is the night.
Hot damn, that looks good!
While I can only guess what it means, I officially love the term "metric pound"!
My guess is 454 grams...
A metric pound is 500g, while an imperial pound is 480g if I remember correctly, so it’s been a total of 1250g.
That‘s also a reason why an American Quarter Pounder could not be sold under that name in EU.
Well last night's Tofu stir fry was a big hit so I am on a roll and tonight making Pupusas (pulled pork/cheese) w/ Salvadoran cole slaw
I did not know half a kilo was nicknamed a metric pound!
A pound is actually 453.59 grams, and in Canada at least rounded up to 454 g.
Here is "officially metric Canadian" butter ( one pound):
Got home last nite, kitchen a mess, piled sink dishware, couple cans tuna, crackers....
Ordered a pizza, six-pak diet Pepsi, munched watching You Tube music video The Righteous Brothers- when music
was music, then nailed a half roll of nutter butter cookies, and then some excedrin for aches and pain.
Dietary habits of a teenager and maturity's aches.
Nutter butter cookies are a classic for a good reason.