this soup i just made took less effort and tastes SO much better.
lazy cooks make me upset.
And yet, your lack of experience in the legume world made you ignorant of the beans I used.
peruvian and kidney.
also some dal
nope, just the size I want with a thick broth. perhaps the camera was unkind.
Listen pal, I don't take kindly to your Fabaceae slander.
This soup is full of things you do like.
you are more observant than I was.
>about to spout off about not being fat
>8 months pregnant, struggling to zip up winter coat
Because it's month 8 and fuck teratogens, I'm eating what I want. My husband took me to a wonderful place tonight. I had:
- trout caviar on little blinis with nice little toppings
- Scottish salmon with fennel puree and saffron potatoes
- some kind of lemon napolean thing
- duck ravioli
- lamb shank and pasta
- chocolate cake thing filled with warm ganache with a berry sorbet
They also brought us this little salmon sausage as an amuse bouche and petit fours. I've been pretty sick the past five months, and this was the best meal I've had since we made the baby at the beach this summer. :3
How can you serve something like that in a hospital? I mean, you guys are health professionals. Can you not afford to buy bags of rice? And like, even the shittiest frozen vegetables or canned peas, or something.
That macaroni looks fancy too. Somebody put effort into that.
Looks like he's on a soft diet with a 30/30/40 split for macros, so possible surgery recovery meal needed for soft poops since antibiotics and pain meds harden stool.
Ahaha when your country gets "free" healthcare no wonder y'all die so much from post-traumatic duress
Sigh. That was a long night. Fortunately, the cafeteria had corned beef hash this morning!
you mean they get pressed through a cookie cutter curriculum and tend to people's bodily fluids? Nursing is for girls who want decent money and a little respect without having to try too hard at school or life, is the sentiment I got.
Aaaand lunch today. I've been on a real potato kick lately.
Maybe the nurses in your shit hole third world country only do that.
For every physician there are around 20 nurses in the hospital, and they still need the technical and practical skills to relay information so that the medic can do his job (which is diagnose and prescribe medication).
Alright alright your actualized potential to give birth within a proper family unit has me completely wrecked.
Does this board have a greater proportion of female posters than others?