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Off topic & small talk: what do you eat today, the days (Page 231)

Topic created on 23rd Feb. 2018 | Page: 231 of 280 | Answers: 2,794 | Views: 246,402
Rasmik12
Top Member

Dr-Strange wrote on 24.11.2023 at 09:37: It's really tasty if you like Bernaise, but very powerful 😮‍💨

I like Bernaise, just like kebab and pizza. All delicious, just the combination together...,,

But maybe I should give it a try.

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Hanshanshans
Expert

Rasmik12 wrote on 24.11.2023 at 09:41: I likeBernaise, just like kebab and pizza. All delicious, just the combination together...,,

But maybe I should give it a try.

Speaking of combos...


It's alarm clock time at the moment. I think it's brilliant topped with remoulade and salami.

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Lionking
Experienced
Guys, I read about all the kale and thought about what else I could do as an alternative.
And then I remembered: Carrot mix with homemade meatballs and a spicy mustard.
Growing up, I wasn't very fond of vegetables, but when my grandma (God rest her soul) made kale or carrot jumble, I used to polish it all off.
So today I at least try to do it just as well

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hustlehoff
Expert
Turnip puree is also very tasty (turnip carrot mash) with cabbage sausage and smoked pork loin.

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gagapapamama
Expert
Tonight a mushroom pan with lots of onions and garlic and toasted white bread (but that was too vegetarian for me, so I had a piece of sausage with it).

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Falko
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Tomorrow for Sunday lunch we're having goulash with macaroni. One half of the goulash is made from pork and the other half from beef.

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H****r
Original Idar-Oberstein spit roast.

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Olli_Eule
Elite

Lionking wrote on 24.11.2023 at 14:18: Guys, I read about all the kale and thought about what else you could do as an alternative.
And then I remembered: Carrot scramble with homemade meatballs, plus a spicy mustard.
Growing up, I wasn't very fond of vegetables, but when my grandma (God rest her soul) made kale or carrot jumble, I used to polish it all off.
So nowadays I at least try to do it just as well

Were you allowed to eat spicy mustard in the past?

My father always wanted to forbid me to eat spicy mustard. Pepper too, because everything is so spicy and it makes you thirsty. There were always arguments

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Saphira
Expert
A fresh wake-up call from the bakery with butter and coffee - a typical Sunday breakfast in winter.

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Rasmik12
Top Member

Saphira wrote on 26.11.2023 at 10:32 am: A fresh Weckmann from the bakery with butter and coffee - a typical Sunday breakfast in winter.

What is a Weckmann?

Stollen?

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