Sweet potato gnocchi with bacon and peas, sauced with butter/bacon fat and sage. Tomatoes and Manchego.
Almost everything (even the sage) came out of the freezer. People have a bad habit around here of buying shit they don't need when it's on sale and throwing it immediately into the freezer. This was just an easy meal to clear out a few things.
if I eat healthy for a couple day before gorging on Super bowl Sunday it balances out, right?
Swedish meatballs on top of white rice with sauteed veggies. I fucked up a little bit but damn that shit was good!
I'd suggest it's part of the cause as to why they are poor. For the price of a pack of paper plates they could buy a cheap reusable plate. Then they wouldn't have to buy paper plates over and over again.
There are several financial tradeoffs between disposable and reusable plates, so it can depend on a number of factors. If you consider your time to be worth nothing and your soap/water/dishwasher/electricity free, then reusable plates have only the one-time purchase cost, so are clearly cheaper. But depending on how wash your dishes, how you value your time, and other factors, disposable plates can actually be cheaper.
Let's not argue about plates guys common...
I just used it because I am a lazy fuck
I also grew up in using paper plates.
Everyone is different guys who gives a fuck just post your dinner faggots
>if you consider your time to be worth nothing
Anytime someone brings up the "time=money" argument on 4chan I have a good laugh.
Not from last night, but eh. And excuse the lack of proper dishes.
Fre chicken salad with baby greens and peanuts, with pan seared sweet potatoes in my own blend of olive oil, spices, and brown sugar. Water in the bottle, flax granola in the mug.
I ate it post workout.
Made vegetarian white bean pot pie, because why not.
For best results eat with a cocktail spoon.
Not quite money shot.
Veg stock, roux, onion, garlic, white beans, carrot, rosemary, thyme, puff pastry.
A tad bland, but hot and hearty.
I sliced a chicken breast in half and filled it with leftover pizza pepperoni slices then grilled it. I expected to throw up but it was surprisingly good. Hopefully I won't have diarrhea later.
There's a big difference between being a lazy fuck and actually being busy enough that paying a little more for convenience is worth the time saved.
4chan is the biggest waste of time there is, so despite the fact that everyone here is a lazy fuck, posting OC and then arguing how precious your time is makes no sense.
Had a crack at scotch eggs, was expecting disaster but was pleasantly surprised
Cooked up some carbonara, been out all day fishing unsuccessfully and just wanted something simple.
I just can't seem to get the hasselback potato right..
I try to brush it with butter every now and then but this is as close as I get.
Sup with that?
Made black cod and cockles with wakame and white miso noodles
wait lol what the fuck
>Diarrhea, also spelled diarrhoea, is the condition of having at least three loose or liquid bowel movements each day.
that's wrong, any liquid bowel movement is diarrhea. even 1 a day.
Chinese New Year spread this year! Be jealous, It is OK.
I smoked four racks of ribs yesterday which will be dinner for the next few days.
Got a pork shoulder in the crock pot with a ton of collard greens. Letting it cook low and slow until about 7 tonight, then I'll shred the pork and keep it on warm for another hour. It's a very rare "cold" day here in Orlando, so I'll be having this hot comfort food. Probably gonna serve it over some rice or thin noodles
Don't have a pic just now but I did the following (I eat this dish a lot in the summer and it's delicious)
Put some water to boil
While the water is boiling take the ingredients for a Greek salad except for cucumber so:
Tomatoes, onions, peppers, olives, capers, oregano and feta + parsley. Do whatever trimming you need to do, chop them into pieces and throw them in the blender until they're medium chopped (don't want to turn it into juice/puree).
Drain the pasta, add lots of olive oil and your sauce to the pot with the pasta and stir.
Serve with extra olives and feta on top.