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56 minutes ago, hasanhh said:

l had a chicken sandwich and noodles, and a diet soda

Noodles with soup or only plain noodles?

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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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Before yesterday for iftar I had  “kofta bil siniyah“ with bread, Laban and grape leaves which my aunt made. For suhoor I had the leftovers but with juice. 
 

Yesterday for iftar I had grilled chicken with potato and Laban. For suhoor my cousin made some butter chicken with rice, I had it with my aunt’s leftover stuffed grape leaves and orange juice.

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Yesterday evening we had "cheeseburger macaroni" or as my people referred to it: "like hamburger helper but without all the extra salt". It was made from cooked lean ground beef, chopped onion, a can of rotel diced tomatoes with chilis, mustard, red pepper flakes, and melted cheddar and american cheeses, and a can of condensed cream of mushroom soup, to which I added water and cooked the macaroni right in. Everyone was a little surprised that they liked it. 

This morning I had the same, plus saltines with jam, plus a few spoonfuls of plain yogurt, plus an apple, plus coffee with milk and molasses, plus a pint of water. 

Tip: if you are going to fast, try to incorporate molasses and yogurt into your pre-fast meal. Yogurt delays thirst and molasses delays hunger, and I have no idea why for either. 

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Yesterday for iftar we had Fresh molokhia Beef with rice, I think I drank Laban with it. For suhoor I had the leftovers with mini pizza and orange juice.

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So, for suhoor l had oatmeal and cheese.

Then after Fajr, l topped it all off with the immediately above exercise in paranoia.

Remember the old saying: Just because you are paranoid does not mean they are not out to get you.

:shock: "Gosh, l wonder if old dotard here is really losing his mind . . . errr . . . or should it be 'my' mind. Or maybe everyone else is losing theirs. Now l am confused again."

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Yesterday for iftar my father made “kofta bil siniyah” but I didn’t eat it because we already had it on Thursday. Alhamdulillah my aunt made stuffed zucchini so that’s what I had, I had it with homemade Laban. For Suhoor my father made hamburger with fries, I had it with guava juice and I had some homemade beef and cheese sambusa, my cousin made them.

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We had frozen pizza again. I didn't cook because we had too much left over, but nobody wanted to eat the leftovers so when I went out for a walk they cooked frozen pizzas. Does this mean I still don't have to cook?

And this morning I had a peanut butter and raisin sandwich, a pear, a few spoonfuls of yogurt, and coffee with milk and molasses. 

The plan for tonight is vegetable and hummus sandwiches. 

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Yesterday for iftar I had beef and vegetables stew with rice, I had qamar al din (apricot juice) as well. It is very popular drink in the holy month. For suhoor I had fried egg with onion, and I drank apricot juice again.

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@hasanhh It is apricot paste, u sock them in hot water and wait for few hours if u want to drink it today or else soak them overnight with room temperature water. Then add them into the blender, u can add sugar as much as u want, some ppl add orange blossom water or rose water as well.

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Yesterday for iftar I had steak with fries and lentil soup, for suhoor I had fried vegetables spring rolls, vegetable sambosa, 2 chicken patty and leftover lentil soup with orange juice.

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Yesterday for iftar I had grilled chicken and potato with rice, for suhoor I had boiled eggs with potato. 

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We had vegetarian stuffed peppers. 

Getting all those vegetarians into the peppers was challenging but totally worth it. :clap:

(It was quinoa, bean sprouts, diced tomato, soy sauce, and seasonings to resemble the flavor of fried rice. Was pretty good.)

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12 hours ago, notme said:

We had vegetarian stuffed peppers. 

Getting all those vegetarians into the peppers was challenging but totally worth it. :clap:

(It was quinoa, bean sprouts, diced tomato, soy sauce, and seasonings to resemble the flavor of fried rice. Was pretty good.)

Next time add short grain rice, it will taste much better. And try vegetarian stuffed grape leaves.

 

Today for iftar my father ordered kebab, grilled chicken and beef with rice from one Iranian restaurant. I had 2 pieces of kabab and the grilled chicken, someone took quarter of the chicken without asking me :dry:

For suhoor I had 2 pieces of mini beef fatayer and spaghetti with guava juice.

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Today for iftar I had leftover spaghetti, for suhoor I had mini beef fatayer and mini spinach fatayer with lentil soup.

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Yesterday for iftar I had steak with rice and fries, for suhoor my sister order pizza, we had 2 pesto chicken pizza and 1 pepperoni.

 

Today for iftar I had mugadara with 3 beef patties, for suhoor I had fried egg with onion and fried egg with potato.

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Yesterday for iftar I had fried chicken with rice and ayran. For suhoor I made Alfredo pasta, I had it with orange juice.
 

Today for iftar I had beef & veggies stew with rice and ayran. For suhoor I had leftover Alfredo pasta with guava juice.

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