Favorite foods to eat for Dinner

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  1. Malice BMFH

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    What do you like to eat for Dinner?

    last night made Salmon and put it on a nice salad with onions, cheese, and tomatoes. Quite tasty....

    Man, I have so many favorites, but I must say Baked Salmon is one of my favorites. Cant go wrong with a good meatloaf...and then of course beef fajitas.
     
  2. DV8 Band Loser

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    I'm usually a chicken guy; one of my favorite dishes to make (and eat) is chicken parmesan . . . I also enjoy chicken alfredo w/ some veggies for a side . . . mmm-mmmmm!!
     
  3. Figs Registered

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    Good meatloaf is always enjoyable...key word good lol.

    I love Italian and a close second is Mexican.

    When it comes to lazy times though...you can never go wrong with Pizza.

    Or Chinese delivery...damn it Malice, now im hungry. :(
     
  4. Vilya Donut Lord

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    Meatballs :up:
     
  5. Malice BMFH

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    Muahah!
     
  6. Immortalfire In the pale moonlight

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    *books flight to Malice's house*
     
  7. Mee 2 E's are better than 1

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    Pizza.
     
  8. Malice BMFH

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    I think I have to cook again tonight...
    I might get some Okra, bake them with a little garlic sprinkled on them.
    Then for a main course, find a good meat...say...maybe a roast or a brisket.
     
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    Chicken is one of my favorites and it is happening tonight.
     
  10. Immortalfire In the pale moonlight

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    Tomato soup w/ pasta is something a whip up quite frequently. I also make my homemade pizza, chili and various casseroles here and there. Cooking has become my newest thing lately.
     
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    Cool to see a bunch of other guys that take pride in their cooking!
    I don't make this often as its expensive and I'd have a heart attack, but I make this really fantastically cheesy lasagna.

    I simmer the sauce for it hours in advance, make a mix of mozzarella, old cheddar, parmesan and swiss. Make a spicy bechamel sauce for select layers, sometimes I add sausages or peperoni to the top layer.

    Sometimes I omit the tomato sauce altogether and make a alfredo and chicken type lasagna.
     
  12. Malice BMFH

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    yeah, I am the unfortunate recipient of having to cook...

    how bout a good gumbo....oooooo...sausage...crawfish....
     
  13. Immortalfire In the pale moonlight

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    Dammit, now I'm hungry :csad:
     
  14. Badger Side-Kick my Ass!

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    I love to cook or slow smoke on my grill. I leave the indoor cooking to wife, because she's far better at it and love to do it.

    As for what I like to eat, any kind of meat (beef, chicken, fish, pork).
     
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    I don't know why, but this thread makes me think of American Psycho.

    Anywho, anything wrapped in a Tortilla Shell I love.:up:
     
  16. Booznian The Return

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    Uuuummmmm Hotpockets Ftw!
     
  17. tzarinna Mamochka

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    I've been on a lamb kick lately, I've got some marinating right now.

    I love salmon but I don't trust my local grocery for fresh fish so I'd have to get it from Whole Foods which isn't close or cheap.
     
  18. Poetic Chaos Hella fetch.

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    Steak, rice with a bowl of corn.

    Pot roast and rice.
     
  19. Kmack Cheers!

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    Almost anything Italian....rice is up there too:up:
     
  20. Speedin Bullet Mr. Peg's chewtoy

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    Splurge: Thick Sirloins with baked potatoes, corn on the cob, and cheesecake.

    Regalur: Garlic Chicken Breasts over (any pasta) with alfredo sauce, and usually broccoli

    Low Budget: Can't go wrong with Mac&Cheese with hotdogs or sausage
     
  21. Knightsaber Priss Lone Wolf

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    I just love chicken any way, shape or form. I love shrimp, scallops, tilapia and other seafood as well.
     
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  23. Malice BMFH

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    I am going with Pork Chops...Okra....
     
  24. Badger Side-Kick my Ass!

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    Yes, those are great. Also, Halibut. :up:
     
  25. PyroChamber Not lactose, it's milk!

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    What don't I like to eat for dinner. Chicken (grilled breasts, hot wings, fried), pork chops (fried, smothered in gravy with rice), steak, tilapia, tacos, meat loaf, burgers, hot dogs, stir fry, corn on the cob, broccoli, well...you get the idea.

    Pretty much all of this I can cook when I have the time, even though it's difficult when you have to work until late at night.
     

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