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Ate/Eating/Will Eat?

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^ seems like an unlucky day for shichat sisters :D Ate : Halwa puri for breakfast  Halwa is a pudding made from semolina and is eaten with Puri (bread made from flour) Mom made the Halwa and it was th

For tea , cupcakes that my daughter baked <3

Hey guys, it's been quite some time since I've logged on to shiachat. But as always I come back once in a while to check up on everyone :P So in my absence I've taken plenty of food pics (being an ins

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19 hours ago, starlight said:

Seriously? So you believe wagyu is worth the money and hype? 

I dunno, if there is an extra special celebration, rather than go to a fancy restaurant there could be a case made for getting this instead. I am not wedded to the idea.

 

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For iftar I had stuffed zucchini with mini pizza and orange juice, for suhoor I had the leftovers.

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Today for iftar I had fried kofta with potato and rice, for suhoor I had steak with rice and veggies.

 

Can you guys recommend me some food because I’m really tired of eating the same food again and again. I know I should say alhamdulillah but my parents are out of idea and don’t know what to cook, these few days I don’t feel like eating at all.

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We had lentils with rice and beef. It was pretty good. My son's friend was over and said my cooking is amazing. His mom cooks "fancy stuff". He appreciates that I cook "comfort food", or as I would call it "poor people food"..

Probably will have it again in the morning, with some fruits and coffee with milk. 

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For iftar I had molokhia chicken with rice, for suhoor I had from restaurant beef shawarma with fries. No drinks except water :D

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22 hours ago, Diaz said:

Can you guys recommend me some food because I’m really tired of eating the same food again and again. I know I should say alhamdulillah but my parents are out of idea and don’t know what to cook, these few days I don’t feel like eating at all.

Thick soup (not watery).  I saw some middle eastern vegetarian soups, but you could add bits of cook meat to the recipes if your family insists on eating meat at every meal. 

https://www.vrg.org/recipes/vjmesoup.htm

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Yesterday my father made béchamel pasta, I had it for iftar and suhoor with tons of water.

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Last night we had (store bought) bread with (also store bought) hummus and salad vegetables. "Cooking" was easy and quick and everyone was happy. 

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Yesterday we had stuffed grape leaves, I had it for iftar and suhoor. Today for iftar I had fried kofta with rice and fries, for suhoor I had leftover stuffed grape leaves and little bit of fried egg.

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I had air, I am eating air, and I am going to have more air. 

 

Sorry, I just can't remember what I had.

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Breakfast: rice with sage and pine nuts. It was a masterpiece, but my favorite photo upload site isn't working right now and the file is too big to upload directly. 

Photo description: leftover white basmati rice in a bowl, topped with crisply browned whole sage leaves and lightly toasted pine nuts, in melted butter/olive oil, with just a pinch of salt. 

I'm becoming quite a master of poor folk food. I just need to find a place to forage pine nuts. 

 

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I had a veggie burger on an English muffin with some white cheddar mac n cheese for dinner.

After I say my prayers tonight, I'm going to eat a few of my mom's chocolate chip cookies.

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Tonight I ate a green salad with Makoto ginger dressing and just some penne pasta with roasted garlic sauce and Parmesan cheese. Nothing too complex, we don't usually cook complicated dinners on weeknights.

I think tomorrow I am going to make Red beans & Rice for dinner.

I really don't eat a lot of meat at all and can't actually tell you the last time I had any.

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1 hour ago, Abdul-Hadi said:

Tonight I ate a green salad with Makoto ginger dressing and just some penne pasta with roasted garlic sauce and Parmesan cheese. Nothing too complex, we don't usually cook complicated dinners on weeknights.

I think tomorrow I am going to make Red beans & Rice for dinner.

I really don't eat a lot of meat at all and can't actually tell you the last time I had any.

Salam brother, r u vegetarian?

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3 hours ago, Diaz said:

Salam brother, r u vegetarian?

Sort of, my mom and sister are so I don't usually cook anything with meat when they're around but since my mom is going on vacation on Friday and I'll have the house to myself for a week, I'm probably going to cook myself a meatloaf.

I just don't eat a lot of meat anymore because when I was living in the other house from 2018-2020 I was legit eating either chicken or beef every single night. I've thought about looking into a vegan diet because I need to lose some weight, but a vegan diet involves really nitpicking all of your food to make sure that it doesn't have any meat or dairy derived ingredients and I don't think I'm that dedicated to do something like that and besides, on occasion I like a good burger or a meatloaf but that's getting increasingly rare these days.

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