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Re: What's For DINNER ...??? 2016/07/28 20:53:02 (permalink)
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Does that translate to spaghetti in cream of tomato soup?



As if!
Ramen in a spicy sesame/soy milk/chili paste based broth with spinach and ground pork cooked with garlic and ginger and obviously love!
 
You might even like it.  Nice and spicy.
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Re: What's For DINNER ...??? 2016/07/28 21:10:00 (permalink)
Tonight's bill of fare was Yuan Salmon (it's actually a Japanese recipe, not Chinese, as it sounds). Short grain rice and blanched okra. This is a bi-weekly favourite here. It works very well with farm raised salmon, but not as well with wild caught. Blanched okra is a good way to eat it, (other than fried). Nice, fresh flavour with minimal slime.

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Re: What's For DINNER ...??? 2016/07/30 02:05:39 (permalink)
I so wish we had Ramen here! That looks amazing!
 
The guy and I went to Gojo Ethiopian Cuisine since we both had a dinner break at the same time that lasted for a couple of hours. We split their Family Platter, and it was amazing! We couldn't eat it all but didn't have any way to keep leftovers, so we had to leave it. But since that was like 9 hours ago I really wish I had it now!
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Re: What's For DINNER ...??? 2016/07/30 09:09:11 (permalink)
I made Gen Tso's chicken over a wide lo-mein noodle. I cheated,however. The chicken was from a kit sold at Costco, and the noodles were bought at a market. The kit made a pretty good dish. And we loved the noodles. Green beans in a soy-based sauce on the side.
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Re: What's For DINNER ...??? 2016/07/30 14:23:27 (permalink)
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The guy and I went to Gojo Ethiopian Cuisine since we both had a dinner break at the same time that lasted for a couple of hours. We split their Family Platter, and it was amazing! We couldn't eat it all but didn't have any way to keep leftovers, so we had to leave it. But since that was like 9 hours ago I really wish I had it now!




 
Tell me about Ethiopian Cuisine!  We have one street here that has a few Ethiopian restaurants.  I've never been.  It looks a bit like East Indian food to me.  Or Moroccan. 
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Re: What's For DINNER ...??? 2016/07/30 15:02:24 (permalink)
Well, you eat with your hands. It's pretty good, but I have no idea what I ate.
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Re: What's For DINNER ...??? 2016/07/30 17:06:55 (permalink)
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Well, you eat with your hands. It's pretty good, but I have no idea what I ate.




Probably curries!  
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Re: What's For DINNER ...??? 2016/07/30 18:21:02 (permalink)
... with cilantro.
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