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Kardamom's avatar

What would you like me to make for you to eat today?

Asked by Kardamom (33243points) June 8th, 2014

I’m already making Fruit Crisp with nectarines. What else would you like?

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Seek's avatar

Portobello ravioli with garlic alfredo sauce. And a baby greens salad, please.

marinelife's avatar

I am making vegan quinoa salad with vegetables, cilantro, and mint dressed with olive oil and Balsamic vinegar.. Do you have something that would go with that?

janbb's avatar

Vegetable samosas and bhaingan bhurta.

(Or a cheeseburger.)

GloPro's avatar

Put another shrimp on the Barbie!

janbb's avatar

@marinelife How about felafel or hummus with low-carb pita since you’ve got a bit of a Middle Eastern thingy going on?

ragingloli's avatar

Indian ant-egg chutney.

ucme's avatar

Stottie cake

longgone's avatar

Oh, glad you asked. I’m starving, and I have to wait more than an hour until we leave for the restaurant.

I’d like something cool, as it’s hot here. A salad, please, with garlic bread and a raspberry-yogurt smoothie. For dessert, watermelon. I’ll be waiting in agony, so hurry, please!

dxs's avatar

Can’t I just hire you as my head chef?

zenvelo's avatar

Lamb kebabs, to go with @janbb‘s low carb pita.

GloPro's avatar

Well, you all inspired me to throw some broccoli and cauliflower with garam masala into the oven to roast. Indian dinner here we come.

Kardamom's avatar

@Seek Here you Go. This ravioli also has the addition of asparagus and baby spinach, and here is your Salad. It has baby greens, beets, walnuts and goat cheese.

@marinelife How about this Roasted Vegetable Galette with Kalamata Olives?

@janbb Vegetable Samosas coming right up. If you don’t like the cilantro chutney, you can have Ginger Tamarind Chutney instead. Grab some naan and dip into this Baingan Bharta. If you want a cheeseburger later, you can have This One. It has the addition of bacon and a fried egg.

@GloPro Better call Paul Hogan, ‘cause here’s your Shrimp and Pineapple Kebabs

@ragingloli Here’s your Chutney along with a bunch of other unusual stuff that you might enjoy. I know I wouldn’t LOL

@ucme Mmmm, this sounds good. Stottie Cake and Pease Pudding

@longgone Do you think you’d like this Strawberry Salad with Greens, Feta and Walnuts? Just taking the Garlic Bread out of the oven. I spiced it up a bit. So you can cool down with your Raspberry Yogurt Smoothie and for dessert, how about these Watermelon Balsamic Bites?

@dxs Sure, that’s kind what we’re doing here, only virtually : )

@zenvelo This sounded a bit different than the usual mint yogurt sauce. Lamb Kebabs with Pomegranate Walnut Marinade

@janbb Here’s something a little different. Avocado White Bean Hummus and here’s some “Low Carb Pita Pockets”:

longgone's avatar

Forgive me, I’ve been picking the strawberries out of that salad, eating them separately. I don’t like fruit in green salads. The feta was a nice touch!

The garlic bread, smoothie and watermelon were wonderful. We’re leaving for the restaurant now, hope I’m not too full :]

mazingerz88's avatar

Anything with lobster. : )

canidmajor's avatar

Off topic a bit, I know, but @Kardamom, do go see Chef, I think you would very much enjoy it. :-)

Kardamom's avatar

@longgone Sorry about that, would you prefer a Greek Salad

@mazingerz88 Maybe you would like to start with some Lobster Bisque and then move on to a Lobster Po Boy

@canidmajor That sounds like my kind of movie! I’ve seen lots of food themed movies. Most recently Le Grand Chef 2: Kimchi Battle and another movie called Today’s Special

Dutchess_III's avatar

Red Lobster Cheddar Biscuits.

janbb's avatar

^^ I’ll have what she’s having!

gondwanalon's avatar

Lemon meringue pie. Please make the meringue extra think & fluffy, the lemon extra tart and the crust extra crunchy, thank you.

AshLeigh's avatar

I’m in the mood for tacos, with lots of sour cream and avocados. Thanks, you’re the best. :)

longgone's avatar

Thank you, that was exzellent!

Unbroken's avatar

It all seems fabulous. But could you fashion something to soothe an upset tummy?

longgone's avatar


Blackberry's avatar

These questions are so cruel because uh hello? There’s actually hungry people on the internet.

ibstubro's avatar

Duh. Oyster mushrooms Rockefeller.
Tap, tap, tap.
It was #1 on your list, and I’m still waiting.

(What are the odds of a hungry person finding Fluther on the internet, creating an account, then clicking on a question, “What would you like me to make for you to eat today?”
Just saying, it’s going to take a LOT more than that to make me feel guilty about talking) about food here.)

muppetish's avatar

Thai curry (moderately spicy and preferably with chicken, please) with a side of fluffy white rice (I don’t like it when it’s already mixed in the curry—cue When Harry met Sally reference here) and some pineapple coconut sorbet for dessert.

Is there a queue to stand in by now?

Kardamom's avatar

@Dutchess_III This is for you and @janbb Cheddar Bay Biscuits

@gondwanalon For you a Mile High Lemon Meringue Pie

@AshLeigh Chicken Tacos with Avocado Lime Sour Cream coming right up!

@Unbroken You might like one of these soups. Either Miso Soup, or Egg Drop Soup or Ginger Carrot Soup

@Blackberry Since you didn’t ask for anything specific, I shall make you a Blackberry Pie with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

@ibstubro Here’s your Mushrooms Rockefeller and just because you had to wait so long, I also made you an appetizer of Grilled Haloumi Cheese with Apricots and Mint

@muppetish For you, a Mildly Spiced Chicken Curry with a side order of Basmati Rice, but if you like, here’s a slightly different recipe for Basmati Rice if you like almonds. And here’s your Dessert

Unbroken's avatar

Yum ginger carrot definitely you are magic!

AshLeigh's avatar

Nom nom nom.

gondwanalon's avatar

Thank you for the recipe. I had no idea that lemon meringue pies take so much time and work and skill to make. I think that it is best left to the professionals.

ibstubro's avatar

Shrimp soft tacos, don’t skimp on the lime.

Mimishu1995's avatar

Don’t know if this thread is still active…

Thanks @Kardamom for this thread. I’m not going to give you a hard time so can you make anything with strawberries?

Kardamom's avatar

@ibstubro Will This work?

@Mimishu1995 How about some Strawberry and Plum Wine Granita for a hot summer day?

ibstubro's avatar

I just ate at our favorite Mexican restaurant, and that recipe still made me salivate, @Kardamom. Exactly what I wanted!

Mimishu1995's avatar

@Kardamom Yeah! That gets rid of my thirst immediately :)

ibstubro's avatar

Smoked salmon
Cream cheese
Dab of Dijon and horseradish mayo

On butter crackers?

Gorgonzola on the side, so we can try it?

Kardamom's avatar

@ibstubro Are you hungry again?

Maybe you’d like for me to step it up a notch. How about this Smoked Salmon and Egg Sandwich

And then later, for lunch you can have some of this Warm Red Potato Salad with Dijon Horseradish Dressing

I’m sure you don’t want butter crackers out of a box, so I’ll make these Butter Crackers

Unless you just want a simple Gorgonzola Dip, I thought you might appreciate this Pumpkin Ravioli with Gorgonzola Sauce for dinner tonight.

dxs's avatar

Steals salmon and egg sandwich…

ibstubro's avatar

Delicious! Devil be damned, I love the egg yellow to be warm and run over the rest. (I treat myself with 2–4 farm eggs a year.)
Better tater salad than the Germans, and no bacon!
Butter crackers and Gorgonzola. Dip is extraneous. But okay!

Now, tomorrow I’m looking for a nice refreshing fresh crab meat salad. Eaten on crackers or Melba toasts. Nothing too fancy, maybe with a bit of fresh lime and cucumber?

ibstubro's avatar

We share freely, @dxs. Pull up a chair!

Skaggfacemutt's avatar

I’ll take the fruit crisp with nectarines!

Kardamom's avatar

@Skaggfacemutt I made it again last night, only with the addition of blackberries. Yes, it was fabulous!

Kardamom's avatar

@ibstubro How would you like this Crab Salad on your Melba toast?

ibstubro's avatar

Not to my taste, @Kardamom. Simpler. I have pounds of crab meat I need to use up by Sept.

Kardamom's avatar

@ibstubro The kitchen is closed for tonight. Probably won’t be open again until Thursday, but I’ll see what I can come up with. Simple crab.

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ibstubro's avatar

Blackened catfish on griddled garlic bread with lettuce, tomato and a side of sour cream. Swai and mahi mahi are also acceptable. Steak/plank fries with a nice Alfredo or remoulade sauce would be great. Extra creamy cole slaw if you’re puttin on the dog.

talljasperman's avatar

T-Bone steak. mashed potatoes and gravy. Mashed sweet potato, corn on the cob and store bought egg nog , extra creamy.

ibstubro's avatar

How can you make store-bought egg nog???

ragingloli's avatar

he owns the factory

talljasperman's avatar

@ibstubro Same way to make a T-bone steak .. you buy it first.

ibstubro's avatar

“Making” is not synonymous with “buying”.

Unless the egg nog is a mix or kit, @talljasperman?

talljasperman's avatar

@ibstubro Sure I’ll try that… for fun. As long as their is no alcohol in the egg nog.

Strauss's avatar

Flap jacks fried in bacon drippings, raccoon ribs with collard clippings; corn pone, baked in a fryin’ pan, don’t want no “moo-goo-gai-pan”!

After “Grandpa” Jones!

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