What did you have for dinner last night?

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  • Apollo
    13028 posts Has That Special Something
    This:
    Should just make this a cooking/baking thread imo
  • RadioShaq
    14796 posts Moderator
    Had a Big Mac. Still kinda cold out for grilling again. You guys prefer grilling thick burgers or thinner patties?
  • RayS
    25091 posts Player of the Year
    edited April 8
    RadioShaq wrote: »
    Had a Big Mac. Still kinda cold out for grilling again. You guys prefer grilling thick burgers or thinner patties?

    Gotta be the thick juicy ones.
  • Chubbs
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    RadioShaq wrote: »
    Had a Big Mac. Still kinda cold out for grilling again. You guys prefer grilling thick burgers or thinner patties?

    Depends. Traditional burger beeds to he thick. Patty melt or something similar and a couple thin ones are preferred imo.
  • Cornushon
    4520 posts National Call-Up
    This:
    Cottage pie with sweet potato and Greek salad. And couple Smithwicks)
  • Chubbs
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    Taco soup. One of my favorite things ever with some fresh cornbread and jalapenos.
  • WarrenBarton
    7049 posts Big Money Move
    This:
    Chubbs wrote: »
    Taco soup. One of my favorite things ever with some fresh cornbread and jalapenos.

    Was a bit confused as I though tacos in soup sounds really soggy lol.
    Just googled it though and that looks yummy 😋
  • Chubbs
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    Chubbs wrote: »
    Taco soup. One of my favorite things ever with some fresh cornbread and jalapenos.

    Was a bit confused as I though tacos in soup sounds really soggy lol.
    Just googled it though and that looks yummy 😋

    Its wonderful and one of those things that is super easy. Can throw it all in a crock pot in 5 minutes and have leftovers all week. All pretty easy and relatively cheap for a tasty meal. The game changer is the fresh cornbread with it though and maybe some sour cream.
  • RayS
    25091 posts Player of the Year
    Chubbs wrote: »
    Chubbs wrote: »
    Taco soup. One of my favorite things ever with some fresh cornbread and jalapenos.

    Was a bit confused as I though tacos in soup sounds really soggy lol.
    Just googled it though and that looks yummy 😋

    Its wonderful and one of those things that is super easy. Can throw it all in a crock pot in 5 minutes and have leftovers all week. All pretty easy and relatively cheap for a tasty meal. The game changer is the fresh cornbread with it though and maybe some sour cream.

    DEFINITELY some sour cream
  • Chubbs
    14222 posts Has That Special Something
    RayS wrote: »
    Chubbs wrote: »
    Chubbs wrote: »
    Taco soup. One of my favorite things ever with some fresh cornbread and jalapenos.

    Was a bit confused as I though tacos in soup sounds really soggy lol.
    Just googled it though and that looks yummy 😋

    Its wonderful and one of those things that is super easy. Can throw it all in a crock pot in 5 minutes and have leftovers all week. All pretty easy and relatively cheap for a tasty meal. The game changer is the fresh cornbread with it though and maybe some sour cream.

    DEFINITELY some sour cream

    Does sour cream count as a condiment? I feel like that is a really important question i never knew I needed to know until now.

    If it is it might just have to take the top spot on my condiments list.
  • RayS
    25091 posts Player of the Year
    Chubbs wrote: »
    RayS wrote: »
    Chubbs wrote: »
    Chubbs wrote: »
    Taco soup. One of my favorite things ever with some fresh cornbread and jalapenos.

    Was a bit confused as I though tacos in soup sounds really soggy lol.
    Just googled it though and that looks yummy 😋

    Its wonderful and one of those things that is super easy. Can throw it all in a crock pot in 5 minutes and have leftovers all week. All pretty easy and relatively cheap for a tasty meal. The game changer is the fresh cornbread with it though and maybe some sour cream.

    DEFINITELY some sour cream

    Does sour cream count as a condiment? I feel like that is a really important question i never knew I needed to know until now.

    If it is it might just have to take the top spot on my condiments list.

    I'll put sour cream in just about anything. Makes things so much better.
  • WarrenBarton
    7049 posts Big Money Move
    This:
    Chubbs wrote: »
    RayS wrote: »
    Chubbs wrote: »
    Chubbs wrote: »
    Taco soup. One of my favorite things ever with some fresh cornbread and jalapenos.

    Was a bit confused as I though tacos in soup sounds really soggy lol.
    Just googled it though and that looks yummy 😋

    Its wonderful and one of those things that is super easy. Can throw it all in a crock pot in 5 minutes and have leftovers all week. All pretty easy and relatively cheap for a tasty meal. The game changer is the fresh cornbread with it though and maybe some sour cream.

    DEFINITELY some sour cream

    Does sour cream count as a condiment? I feel like that is a really important question i never knew I needed to know until now.

    If it is it might just have to take the top spot on my condiments list.

    According to Wikipedia

    Sour cream is used primarily in the cuisines of Europe and North America, and is definitely a condiment.
  • Apollo
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    edited April 10
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    Cake :blush:
  • MaddMike3711
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    edited April 14
    This:
    I had German food! German food is my favorite non American food tbh. I grew up with it as my family is originally from North Rhine/Westphalia in Germany.

    I had pork chops, bratwurst, sauerkraut, spatzle, potato dumplings, asparagus, and washed it down with a nice Kölsch beer. :)
  • Chubbs
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    Brunch today along with like 7 mimosas. Lump crab and fried shrimp Eggs Benedict with potatoes.
  • MaddMike3711
    10971 posts Has That Special Something
    This:
    Chubbs wrote: »
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    Brunch today along with like 7 mimosas. Lump crab and fried shrimp Eggs Benedict with potatoes.
    Daaamn that looks amazing!!

    I’m going for Easter brunch tomorrow, but my brother in law planned it so I have no idea how it’s going to be. :D
  • RayS
    25091 posts Player of the Year
    Chubbs wrote: »
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    Brunch today along with like 7 mimosas. Lump crab and fried shrimp Eggs Benedict with potatoes.
    Daaamn that looks amazing!!

    I’m going for Easter brunch tomorrow, but my brother in law planned it so I have no idea how it’s going to be. :D

    Let him know the whole FIFA community will judge him on what he makes!
  • RayS
    25091 posts Player of the Year
    @Chubbs has got to be a huge foodie
  • RayS
    25091 posts Player of the Year
    Had Gyros (from Arby's tho LOL).

    Not the ones pictured below, but close enough ;)

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  • Chubbs
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    RayS wrote: »
    @Chubbs has got to be a huge foodie

    Girlfriend treated me to it. Was delicious.
  • MaddMike3711
    10971 posts Has That Special Something
    This:
    Making carne mechada arepas tonight, when finished it should look a bit like this.

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    Also making rice, black beans, and fried plantains. :)
  • MaddMike3711
    10971 posts Has That Special Something
    This:
    Sorry I’ve been forgetting to post in here, grilled bratwursts, pork chops, sauerkraut made a nice caprese salad, cornbread (from scratch of course), pinto beans with bacon, and washed it down with a nice Pilsner Urquell.

    Great dinner! :)
  • RayS
    25091 posts Player of the Year
    Sorry I’ve been forgetting to post in here, grilled bratwursts, pork chops, sauerkraut made a nice caprese salad, cornbread (from scratch of course), pinto beans with bacon, and washed it down with a nice Pilsner Urquell.

    Great dinner! :)
    Sorry I’ve been forgetting to post in here, grilled bratwursts, pork chops, sauerkraut made a nice caprese salad, cornbread (from scratch of course), pinto beans with bacon, and washed it down with a nice Pilsner Urquell.

    Great dinner! :)

    I'm happy if I can work any one of brats, pork chops, or bacon in any meal let alone all three with all that goodness. Incredible!
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