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What did you have for dinner tonight?

Asked by simone54 (7608points) April 23rd, 2008

I need ideas.

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robmandu's avatar

Room service. Get it while you can. Always a fine choice.

iwamoto's avatar

another 2 of these, yeah, vegitarian all the way :D

Randy's avatar

Fruity pebbles!

anoop's avatar

a vegetarian pita sandwich (crumbled patty, garlic aoli, chopped romaine hearts, baby spinach, cucumbers, tomatoes, and lots of alfalfa sprouts, stuffed in a whole-wheat pita)

ppcakes's avatar

doritos at 4:00

benjamin6's avatar

my girlfriend made delicious spinach and feta cheese turkey burgers with a side of seasoned, baked french fries.

Allie's avatar

Randy: I love Fruity Pebbles!!

I had spaghetti with meatballs, garlic french bread, and a salad with olives, beets, tomatoes, mini corn cobs (I don’t know what the real name for those things are), and croutons in a raspberry vinaigrette dressing.

Randy's avatar

@Allie, Yeah, I love them too! They are the best, but I also love spaghetti! I can make the best spaghetti ever. Your salad sounds delicious too. Mmmmm….

I know it’s not tonight, but this weekend me and some friends are planning on grilling some good thick steaks, getting some good beer and sitting around a fire. Should be delicious.

ppcakes's avatar

@randy, would you like to make me some, my skills seem to be lacking… hahahah. actually im just out of food.

Randy's avatar

@ ppcakes, Hahaha! Anytime! I know what you mean though. I’m outta food at the moment now too. That’s why I went with the good ‘ole fruity pebbles. We should have got together. With doritos and fruity pebbles, we could have had a feast. ^_^

ppcakes's avatar

i dont even have milk for my stale cereal or my mac&cheese, and no bread for pb&j, im cutting it close!

eambos's avatar

Home made New England clam chowder! I made it all on my own, and it was so much better than any I’ve eaten before.

susanc's avatar

sauteed onions till they were kinda sweet, added a bunch of peeled tomatoes cut into chunks, lots of cumin, then a can full of really nice little pinto beans that already had
garlic, onion, chili and cumin mixed in. A little parmesan cheese on top. No salt.

mirza's avatar

2 Hot Dogs and a Big Soda – So good and so unhealthy

ppcakes's avatar

@mirza, should have gotten that, damnit!

simone54's avatar

@anoop: Thanks for idea,

I made a Pita with Vine Ripened Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Sweet Onions, Chicken, and Fresh Feta Cheese.

buster's avatar

I had fried catfish, boiled shrimp, turnip greens, slaw, hush puppies, baked potato.

skgskgskg22's avatar

Pizza and Chips & Salsa

Randy's avatar

@buster, Mmmm, good and southern. =)

@mirza, wow for $2.00! You can’t beat that with a stick!

mirza's avatar

Its for deals like these that i actually go to Seven Eleven and constantly ignore the fact that the people who work there do not know how to speak in english

trogdor_87's avatar

Olive Garden…FTW!!! :)

nocountry2's avatar

My husband made his world-famous hamburgers with jalapeƱos, onions, garlic, and spices…oohhhhmmmmyyy….

PupnTaco's avatar

Went down to Home Depot and had them cut down an untreated cedar fence board into four planks.

Charcoal-grilled wild salmon fillets on the planks, seasoned with kosher salt & fresh-ground pepper, and brushed on a maple syrup/Dijon mustard glaze at the end.

Enjoyed two Margaritas while grilling – Sauza Hornitos, Cointreau, fresh lime & lemon juice.

Served with wild rice, steamed green beans, and grilled garlic bread.

A glass of Pellegrino with dinner.

Randy's avatar

Wow PupnTaco, that sounds so good and I’m not even a salmon fan.

eambos's avatar

Randy, I thought that was you in the picture! I guess it can’t be because you dont like salmon…

PupnTaco's avatar

Randy, you would be if I had my way!

eambos's avatar

Salmon, yummmmmmmm!

scamp's avatar

Angel hair pasta primavera and salad.

nocountry2's avatar

Pupntaco you are my kind of cook!! Man as soon as it stops raining in Portland (probably June) we basically live off of the Traeger…

eambos's avatar

Cant wait for fluke season out here on the east coast!

ironhiway's avatar

My sister and I took my mom to Olive Garden in Santee for her 79th birthday.
5 cheese Rigatoni with sausage for me.

scamp's avatar

@ironhiway Happy birthday to you Mom! Olive Garden is great. I love their salads.

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