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Chicken croissants, following @anon36666293’s thread


Simple mac and cheese for breakfast, because it’s -18C outside and I had those ingredients…


I make mean burger If do say so myself


Had Yakiniku last night, a little too pricey for me, went home a sadboi.


Huge huge meat filled ravioli…


Duck breast with a spicy maple glaze


Stir Fried vegetables, rice, and eggs


Stuff I had… Peas, chicken meat, pasta, rice, onions…


Homemade pancakes.


Veggie stew…


It took 3 months of Google-Fu before I found the only Japanese restaurant in Columbus that serves

Nabeyaki Udon


Heh that’s what I had last night


Kind of veggie chilli thing I threw together with red pepper, red onion, garlic, chili, cumin, chopped tomatoes, spinach and egg. Oh, and a stock cube.


Lunch pretty much all this week has been a sort of quinoa-red lentil… stew? Chili? Whatever, it’s good; the wife made it (a rarity). I throw some greek yogurt on top, although in the first pic it sort of melted all over the top.


Cornbread balls, filled with ground pork and other stuff…


Beef Banh Mi with Kimchi, Sweet and Spicy Korean Fried Chicken and some cheesy fries for dinner :smiley:


Cornbread pizza…


Yet another wrap! This one with an avocado spread, kale, tomato, that same mango fire jack cheese, and Beyond Meat sliders pan fried with a little coconut oil.


Didn’t take a photo of dinner last night (looked boring anyway - pasta dish) but did get one of dessert! A massive slice of lemon olive oil cake with a glazed walnut topping of some wondrous type (also well-paired with a chocolate stout):


I should take cooking photos…

Anyway, lunches for the week is a bulgur wheat and bean chili made with black beans, kidney beans, poblano, orange and red bell peppers, one giant red onion, garlic, and frozen tomatoes from last summer’s garden, and spiced with oregano, cumin, smoked paprika and sea salt, and a ton of cayenne pepper (but not enough). As usual, I top these things with greek yogurt (instead of sour cream).

Edit to include recipe (sub tomatoes for enchilada sauce):