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What are you eating tonight?

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June 25, 2019 / By Audrey
Question: Any suggestion? I'm starting to get hungry... :-)
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Abbie Abbie | 9 days ago
The question is too complex-I would need to give you around 300 recipes which would take all day- But you are thinking about the matter which is a really good start- so let me add to your thoughts- Transportable or home stored foods - Must be either under 4 deg Celsius if cold- made ready for reheating at point of destination-Under 4 deg Celsius when unwrapped and allowed to obtain room temp before consumption- or over 70 deg Celsius if transported hot ready for immediately eating- anywhere in between then you are asking for trouble especially as far as young children and the elderly are concerned. Glass type of containers are the very best receptacles followed by stainless steel- Plastic, reactive aluminium, and copper receptacles are the worse- Investing in Buying good class and stainless steel receptacles give weight in adding to reduce global warming outright- Once purchased, such receptacles generally last a life time- compared to daily use of plastic- "Eat healthy"- That's a big issue- So let stick to only facts- (slightly outdated basically implied) San Marino Italy , Macao and Andorra- Ostensibly are the top three countries leading the longevity stakes- Limone in italy(north) and other towns in the south (Calabria ) also unofficially have residents who have lived a long time -in where their Cholesterol count on many such residents are very low, in where medical intervention has played very little or even no part in such longevity factors- to which such residents simply eat all the so called wrong type of products that many of us have been brainwashed in believing as being no good for us- Eggs, meat,lamb, dairy,cured meats, natural wine...etc..etc.. in all such countries eating of fruits after a main meal also contributes heavily to their diets- Note; Of 300 island communities i have studied who mostly live off the sea- none clearly apply an outright top 50 longevity factor , and yet seafood is promoted as being so vital to such health issues- because of calcium and omega 3 factors- many such islanders subsisting on rich daily catches of fresh seafood don't seem to attain even a basic life span averaging 65 years of age-so much for seafood- And..! as for vegetarian diets- 300 million Hindu cannot be wrongly identified as being the best test benchmark around- in where at last reading- such people die from matters of health in particular heart attacks and strokes at twice the rate of people living in the USA and in where 1500 McDonald restaurants exist in a county in where the least obese population have an obesity factor of under 10 percent of its population and in where such diet in such a country is one of the "fat laden" of most- It's the same country that taught the world the fine art and science of cookery - France. It seem high protein foods in combination of portions is the main secret in achieving a long active life span is not idle assumption-and the virtues of eating a "big mac' once in a while now has merit in understanding that it's a wide combination of high protein diets served in correctly applied portion which will allow us humans to just about eat anything including the occasional high carb product such as cakes -and natural sugar laden products- Don't assume because its 'home' cooked that its good for you-failing to observes strict recipe application can indeed add to matters of declining health - which brings me to say- that changing a well tested recipe of hundreds of years if not thousand of years of testing-as has happened in the last 20/30 years has also contributed heavily to a declining healthy population in most affluent countries- changing the matrix of a recipes from it originally applied application to something totally different to the original application can also prove to be dangerous application in the long term- if a person does not know how to cook correct basic recipes then they should not be creating their own application just to appease a magazine picture or television cooking show- for instance using olive oil is a good thing- using too much of it is a bad thing- everyone today is using too much olive oil is a contributing factor to issues of obesity is not a far fetched statement- and can indeed dbe proven outright- eating the perception is - olive oil is 'healthy" - yet the reality is; we are using too much of the stuff in our daily recipe applications-Why- because television cooks use gallons of the stuff on T.V- Perception Butter is bad for you ; reality- italian cookery and french cookery depend more so on the use of butter than olive oil- You wouldn't think so looking at all those glossy recipe applications on television-? Science says that butter is a base- it reacts and breaks down food acids- thus reducing complication of digestion and matters of stomach acidity- thus adding butter to cooking application now makes sense- eating cheese after a heavy meal now also makes sense- as that too is a 'base' product- Drinking red wine is goods for you- but what everyone has failed to mention is that we are talking about real natural home made wines and not mass produced red wines which heavily depend of preservatives some of which are banned for use in many countries- It also seems that hard work is attributed to issues of exercise in where such people rarely spend hours running or jogging or hours in gyms-in where such activities are incorporated in their daily lives as a matter of natural course- Even densely populated cigarette smoke laden Macao- has its roots leading all the way back to ancient Rome , via Portugal- Produce not Chinese, but a "Mediterranean" based recipes application which are also most interesting in respects to issue of health and longevity which has not yet been observed by the so many so called "health" experts of today- Such recipes often call for the use of fresh raw or cooked fruits and high protein products in combination in their cooking applications which I suspect is indeed adding to longevity factors of such people-and may become - the "Food recipe base secret of the century "yet to be formally discovered by western societies- No snack foods, no processed foods and eat high protein products but in controlled portions sizes- and you too can live to 90 years or more(women), without the need of medical intervention and with body and mind still being active- This is my is my strongest Doctrine of application and recommendation- of which i have been practising for 30 year-I' m 50 years old - many think I look 10 years younger-I practice what I preach- and it shows. learn classical application- and enjoy your food in well sized portion- main meals including all bread and condiments- 200 grams- 3 meals a day not exceeding 600 grams in total- I'll speak to you when you're 100- I hope the above insight guides your thought- kind regards Chef davide wwww.chefdavide.freeservers.com
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Abbie Originally Answered: What are YOU doing tonight for New Years.?
Going to Mcdonald's with my friends, then we're going ice skating and sleeping over at my house. We're probably going to watch Fight Club and then watch The Academy Is perform on MTV. Happy New Year!

Stacy Stacy
I'm making Chicken Marsala (with extra mushrooms), steamed rice, and asparagus. Including a romaine, radicchio, spinach, and sunflower seed salad mixed with extra virgin olive oil and vinegar. I had the day off today and spent the better part of my morning looking for something I could make for dinner tonight. When i saw the pic and the recipe for the Chicken Marsala, and that it had great reviews from others.. I knew it was what I was making for tonight!! Here is the recipe if you are interested... 4 small boneless skinless chicken breast halves 1 tablespoon oil 1 1/2 cups sliced mushrooms 1 small onion, chopped 1 clove garlic, minced 1/3 cup dry Marsala wine 2/3 cup chicken broth 1 tablespoon cornstarch 1/2 teaspoon salt Cook chicken in hot oil in large skillet on medium heat until browned on both sides. Move chicken to side of skillet. Add mushrooms, onion and garlic to other side of skillet; cook and stir until mushrooms and onions are tender but not browned. Add wine; bring to boil. Mix broth, cornstarch and salt until well blended. Add to skillet. Bring to boil, stirring constantly. Reduce heat to low; cover. Simmer 10 min. or until chicken breasts are tender and no longer pink in centers (170 degrees F). Meanwhile, cook rice as directed on package. Serve chicken mixture over rice.
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Othniel Othniel
Leftovers... I made mexican lasagna last night. (I use ground turkey or beef, and plain tortillas.) Mexican Lasagna Ingredients 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 2 pounds ground chicken breast, available in the packaged meats case 2 tablespoons chili powder 2 teaspoons ground cumin 1/2 red onion, chopped 1 (15-ounce) can black beans, drained 1 cup medium heat taco sauce or 1 (14-oz) can stewed or fire roasted tomatoes 1 cup frozen corn kernels Salt 8 (8 inch) spinach flour tortillas, available on dairy aisle of market 2 1/2 cups shredded Cheddar or shredded pepper jack 2 scallions, finely chopped Instructions Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. Preheat a large skillet over medium high heat. Add 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil - twice around the pan. Add chicken and season with chili powder, cumin, and red onion. Brown the meat, 5 minutes. Add taco sauce or stewed or fire roasted tomatoes. Add black beans and corn. Heat the mixture through, 2 to 3 minutes then season with salt, to your taste. Coat a shallow baking dish with remaining extra-virgin olive oil, about 1 tablespoon oil. Cut the tortillas in half or quarters to make them easy to layer with. Build lasagna in layers of meat and beans, then tortillas, then cheese. Repeat: meat, tortilla, cheese again. Bake lasagna 12 to 15 minutes until cheese is brown and bubbly. Top with the scallions and serve.
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Lesley Lesley
Homemade hamburger helper. It's just taco meat stirred into Velveeta shells and cheese. It's gloomy, my husband has to work late and tomorrow, perfect comfort food.
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Jamie Jamie
I am making homemade alfredo sauce, tossing it with bowtie pasta, leftover chicken, and some fresh steamed broccoli. Garlic bread on the side..... Dinner is at 6:00 ..... see you there :)
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France France
Ugh I had fish. But it was very boney so I had to pick at it and it took me very long to eat in super small amouts. It was very tasty though. I also had some corn, which was quite tasty.
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Dax Dax
I don't know, my mom is making dinner. Hey, why don't you have pizza? It is Friday. Or you could eat Boston Market- nothin' like good old comfort food!
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Dax Originally Answered: How can i not be bored tonight? PLEASE HELP!?
- Wax the ceiling - Rearrange political campaign signs - Sharpen your teeth - Play Houdini with one of your siblings - Braid your dog's hair - Clean and polish your belly button - Water your dog...see if he grows - Wash a tree - Knight yourself - Name your child Edsel - Scare Stephen King - Give your cat a mohawk - Purr - Mow your carpet - Play Pat Boone records backwards - Vacuum your lawn - Sleep on a bed of nails - DON'T toss and turn - Boil ice cream - Run around in squares - Think of quadruple entendres - Speak in acronyms - Have your pillow X-rayed - Drink straight shots...of water - Calmly have a nervous breakdown - Give your goldfish a perm - Fly a brick - Play tag...on West 35th Street - Exorcise a ghost - Exercise a ghost - Be blue - Be red - But don't be orange - Plant a shoe - Sweat - Give a Rorschach test to your gerbil - Turn - Write a letter to Plato - Mail it - Take your sofa for a walk - Start - Stop - Dial 911 and breathe heavily - Go to a funeral...tell jokes - Play the piano...with mittens on - Scheme - Sit - Stay - Water your family room - Cause a power failure - Roll over - Play dead - Find a witch - Burn her - Donate your brother's body to science - Ask why - Wriggle - Regress - Sleepwalk without sleeping - Try to join Hell's Angels by mail - Wonder - Be a square root - Ask stupid questions - Weld your car doors shut - Spew - Vacation at Three-Mile Island - Surf Ohio - Teach your pet rock to play dead - Go bowling for small game - Be a monk...for a day - Wear a sweatband to your wedding - Staple - Run away - Intimidate a piece of chalk - Abuse the plumbing - Bend a florescent light - Bend a brick - Annoy total strangers - Let the best man win - Believe in Santa Claus - Throw marshmallows against the wall - Hold an ice cube as long as possible - Adopt strange mannerisms - Blow up a balloon until it pops - Sing soft and sweet and clear - Sing loud and sour and gravely - Open everything - Balance a pencil on your nose - Pour milk in your shoes - Write graffiti under the rug - Embarrass yourself - Grind your teeth - Chew ice - Count your belly button - Sit in a row - Stack crumbs - Gesture - Save your toenail clippings - Make a pass at your blender - Punt - Make up words that start with X - Make oatmeal in the bathtub - Search for the Lost Chord - Chew on a sofa cushion - Sing a duet - Balance a pillow on your head - Hold your breath - Faint - Stretch - Flash your mailman - Teach your TA English - Learn to speak Farsi - Swear in Russian - Use an eraser until it goes away - Disassemble your car - Put it together inside out - Record your walls - Interview your feet - Make a list of your favorite fungi - Sell formaldehyde - Repeat - Ad lib - Fade - File your teeth - Whine - Rake your carpet - Re-elect Richard Nixon - Critique "Three's Company" - Listen to a painting - Play with matches - Buff your cat - Race ferrets - Paint your house...Day-Glow Orange - Have a formal dinner at White Castle - Read Homer in the original Greek - Learn Greek - Change your mind - Change it back - Watch the sun...see if it moves - Build a pyramid - Stand on your head - Stand on someone else's head - Spit shine your Nikes - See how long you can stay awake - See how long you can sleep - Paint your teeth - Wear a salad - Speak with a forked tongue - Paint stripes on a lake - Ski Kansas - Sleep in freefall - Kill a Joule - Test thin ice...with a pogo stick - Apply for a unicorn hunting license - Do a good job - Crawl - Invite the Mansons over for dinner - Paint your windows - Watch a watch until it stops - Flash your goldfish - Paint - Flirt with an evergreen - Smile - Rotate your garden...daily - Paint a smile - Shoot a fire hydrant - Apologize to it - Pretend you're blind - Annoy yourself - Get mad at yourself - Stop speaking to yourself - Be a side effect - Ride a bicycle...up Mt. McKinley - Duck - Redecorate...your garage - Develop a complex - Join the Army...be someone simple - Try harder - Hit the deck - Put leg-warmers on your furniture - Cut the deck - Crumple - Translate Shakespeare into English - Skydive to church - Cheer up a potato - Do aerobic exercises...in your head - Play cards with your swimming pool - Pinstripe your driveway - Play Kick the Fire Hydrant - Harness chipmunk power - Build a house with ice cubes - Call London for a cab - Mug a stop sign - Change your name...daily - Go for a walk in your attic - Challenge your neighbor to a duel - Build a house out of toothpicks - Howl - Wear a lampshade on your head - Memorize the dictionary - Stomp grapes in the bathtub - Find a bug and chase it - Make yourself a pair of wings http://www.cs.earlham.edu/~jimg/reading/... 474 Things To Do When You're Bored

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