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  • mellytan
    1258 posts
    edited January 2013
    @MD, oh my. You should see what japanese mothers do for their kids bento boxes!! It's all so cute.

    @mike, LMAO!! hahaha. Too funny.

    @Neo, well, think of it this way. You just have to sit there and play video games while she cooks(if she is the kitchen **** I am, nobody's allowed in the kitchen when I'm cooking). Than, you enjoy a nice yummy dinner and drinks without having to spare a thought if you have to drive home later. And, after dinner, more games! How great is that. AND the best part is...you don't have to drive home! You're already home! :D
  • NeoSEC28
    39609 posts
    edited January 2013
    mellytan wrote:

    @Neo, well, think of it this way. You just have to sit there and play video games while she cooks(if she is the kitchen **** I am, nobody's allowed in the kitchen when I'm cooking). Than, you enjoy a nice yummy dinner and drinks without having to spare a thought if you have to drive home later. And, after dinner, more games! How great is that. AND the best part is...you don't have to drive home! You're already home! :D

    Totally agree :) Im not allowed in the kitchen when shes cooking, well i allowed to get a drink but then it "get out your getting in the way" :lol:

    Evening does go kinda like that....games, dinner, put kids to bed then back to games & films oh and the forum :lol:
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  • melserd
    233 posts
    edited January 2013
    [ :P color=black]Ahh MasterChef Australia yes we watch that two :lol: I dont mind that type of cooking programme as there other stuff going on, running around the streets to complete tasks ;) Theres a MasterChef South Africa now i believe :P

    I also dont mind "Man vs Food" man that bloke can eat :lol:

    Its the standard boring cooking progs i dont like where it one or two people chatting behind a worktop *yawn* :lol: [/quote]

    Ha, totally get it Zzzzzzz :?
    I've tried the MC South Africa & it just don't cut the mustard :lol: pardon the pun :lol:

    Love man v food, I'd quite happily take on some of those challenges, problem is, I watch em in bed & always fall asleep starving :cry: :?
  • melserd
    233 posts
    edited January 2013
    mellytan wrote:
    @melserd, trust me. the list outweighs itself. Short list is seafood(fish being the only exception) and milk. With that list, you know how many things I can't eat. Thank my lucky stars for the invention of antihistamine. Otherwise, I'll just suffer in rash. .

    Wow, ur quite restricted so :cry::(

    Lets hear it for the antihistamine lol :wink::lol::mrgreen:
  • NeoSEC28
    39609 posts
    edited January 2013
    melserd wrote:

    Ha, totally get it Zzzzzzz :?
    I've tried the MC South Africa & it just don't cut the mustard :lol: pardon the pun :lol:

    Love man v food, I'd quite happily take on some of those challenges, problem is, I watch em in bed & always fall asleep starving :cry: :?

    If it wasnt for you using the phrase "Cutting the mustard" I'd swear you was my mrs then lol So something she would say :lol: She always watches her programmes in bed and sometimes falls asleep to them :lol: and you both say they not boring....if so why you fall asleep to them :lol: :P only joking
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  • mellytan
    1258 posts
    edited January 2013
    Oh my, Man V food. I love. I'm with you melserd. I always watch that and go OMG, I want me some of that right now. Then I fall asleep.

    @Neo, it's kind of the same with me but I rather that than face hoards of people on the street. That or I go on a holiday and face a different crowd. HAHA! The irony.
  • melserd
    233 posts
    edited January 2013
    NeoSEC28 wrote:
    melserd wrote:

    Ha, totally get it Zzzzzzz :?
    I've tried the MC South Africa & it just don't cut the mustard :lol: pardon the pun :lol:

    Love man v food, I'd quite happily take on some of those challenges, problem is, I watch em in bed & always fall asleep starving :cry: :?

    If it wasnt for you using the phrase "Cutting the mustard" I'd swear you was my mrs then lol So something she would say :lol: She always watches her programmes in bed and sometimes falls asleep to them :lol: and you both say they not boring....if so why you fall asleep to them :lol: :P only joking

    Haha, hilarious, I can be ur forum wife, keep u n check :lol: (oh wait, did I just propose to u :oops: ) lol

    Nah, certainly not boring but do have to switch over at some stage because I do, seriously wanna have a feast if I watch too long :? :wink:

    Mmmmmmm spicy chicken wing challenge :evil: :twisted: :oops: :mrgreen:


  • spiffshine
    1978 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    I'm 90% vegetarian, as I do enjoy sushi now and then. (That technically makes me a pescetarian, but that confuses and off-puts many people even more than saying vegan.) Once a year I'll eat a Buffalo wing or two, because it is the law in Western New York. Other than that, the majority of my food is raw/whole so I'm a little jealous of your free classes there, MD.
  • mdfriend
    1330 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    spiffshine wrote:
    I'm 90% vegetarian, as I do enjoy sushi now and then. (That technically makes me a pescetarian, but that confuses and off-puts many people even more than saying vegan.) Once a year I'll eat a Buffalo wing or two, because it is the law in Western New York. Other than that, the majority of my food is raw/whole so I'm a little jealous of your free classes there, MD.

    I will be more than happy to pass on what I learn! I love vegetables. This said there is no way I could ever go vegan, I could not and will not give up cheese and ice cream. At home we do not eat a ton of meat, some, but not a ton. I would call us about 70% vegetarian.

    Spiff to make you more jealous, the reason I would be getting that is because my wife (graphic designer with her own company) has a barter with a vegan chef that makes meals for the home from making her website. So for the next 3-4 months we get premade raw vegan meals, pretty awesome not having to make lunches or a meal every day.
  • peruhomer
    1325 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    I am lucky enough to enjoy the diverse range of dishes that make up Peruvian cuisine. The culture is very machismo so needless to say the cuisine is heavily meat orientated. Specialities include ceviche, fish chemically cooked in lemon juice, anticuchos which are basically grilled beef hearts and Lomo Saltado which is basically an interpretation of stir fried beef.

    I must confess that I don't do much cooking as we employ a full-time cook/ maid. This is not as outrageous as it sounds as it is also a central part of the culture and you are providing someone with employment in a country that has no welfare state.
  • NeoSEC28
    39609 posts
    edited January 2013
    melserd wrote:
    Haha, hilarious, I can be ur forum wife, keep u n check :lol: (oh wait, did I just propose to u :oops: ) lol

    Nah, certainly not boring but do have to switch over at some stage because I do, seriously wanna have a feast if I watch too long :? :wink:

    Mmmmmmm spicy chicken wing challenge :evil: :twisted: :oops: :mrgreen:

    Believe me my mrs keeps me in check :lol: Mmm Spicy chicken wings very nice....got me wondering what im having for dinner tonight now :)
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  • mdfriend
    1330 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    peruhomer wrote:
    I am lucky enough to enjoy the diverse range of dishes that make up Peruvian cuisine. The culture is very machismo so needless to say the cuisine is heavily meat orientated. Specialities include ceviche, fish chemically cooked in lemon juice, anticuchos which are basically grilled beef hearts and Lomo Saltado which is basically an interpretation of stir fried beef.

    I must confess that I don't do much cooking as we employ a full-time cook/ maid. This is not as outrageous as it sounds as it is also a central part of the culture and you are providing someone with employment in a country that has no welfare state.

    I love Peruvian food. That is the nice thing with Chicago, there is everything here, and while maybe always 100% authentic (or as good, our meat sucks compared to Mexico and I assume Peru) it is still great to taste a semblance. I do love ceviche as well.

    My wife is from Mexico, same thing with employing a full time, often live-in maid, cook, nanny, everything. It is not the same cost as what people would assume in the US when you mention maid, and not the same stigma of ooooo you have a maid.
  • melserd
    233 posts
    edited January 2013
    NeoSEC28 wrote:
    Mmmmmmm spicy chicken wing challenge :evil: :twisted: :oops: :mrgreen:

    Believe me my mrs keeps me in check :lol: Mmm Spicy chicken wings very nice....got me wondering what im having for dinner tonight now :)[/quote]

    I'm sure she does :lol:

    With all this talk of food I'm off to cook the dinner :P

    Enjoy whatever awaits u at home :thumbup: :XD:

    (That totally quoted wrong, oooops, :oops: )

  • H1_ROADBLOK
    2884 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    Vegetables are what my food eats! So in turn I get my vegetables that way. . :lol:
  • mellytan
    1258 posts
    edited January 2013
    Vegetables are what my food eats! So in turn I get my vegetables that way. . :lol:

    HAHAHAHAHA!! I subscribe to this thought!
  • mdfriend
    1330 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    mellytan wrote:
    Vegetables are what my food eats! So in turn I get my vegetables that way. . :lol:

    HAHAHAHAHA!! I subscribe to this thought!

    nothing better than neanderthal the two of you! For shame, do you not know the cost of a life? Well here it is around $5.99 a pound, and when cooked just right is yummy. But for shame.
  • brendathorne
    175 posts
    edited January 2013
    I heard nothing past the part about someone else cooking dinner. Dream!
  • LeFreeze
    904 posts
    edited January 2013
    Vegetables are what my food eats! So in turn I get my vegetables that way. . :lol:

    i dont know how exactly was, but homer said once: im a second hand vegetarian... cows eat grass, i eat cows!!!.. something like that!!!!
  • mike_bornste
    941 posts
    edited January 2013
    I'm unashamed to say that I am a meat-atarian.

    I'm even prouder to say that I turned my wife-to-be from the vile clutches of vegetarianism. The secret was the smells of tacos and bacon.
  • mdfriend
    1330 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    I'm unashamed to say that I am a meat-atarian.

    I'm even prouder to say that I turned my wife-to-be from the vile clutches of vegetarianism. The secret was the smells of tacos and bacon.

    No human can resist the smell of bacon. Anyone that does is surely a robot in disguise.
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