What is your dinner for tonight?

@qouniq (1968)
Malaysia
January 20, 2008 6:40am CST
As for me I have just baked my chicken which I marinated with some turmeric powder, cumin powder, black pepper powder, salt, some sugar, some honey and I some of the red grape drink which I have bought this evening with my spouse. I cut half some potatoes without peeling the skin and dump them in. I top it with some cubes of butter. I baked it at 250 degree celcius for 50 minutes. When the bell is ring, I check them and tadaaaaaa....my dinner is ready. My spouse want to have them with some rice, so he cooked some plain white rice for us. Tell me what you guys will have for dinner? Any idea?
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11 responses
@jess368 (3368)
• United States
19 Feb 08
You are the chef arent you! Tonight we had a broccoli, rice, chicken, and cheese casserole. It was pretty tasty, but needed some seasoning.
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
19 Feb 08
Hehehe am not a chef, but I love to cook, that's all. (",)
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@chrislotz (8203)
• Canada
29 Jan 08
We, my hubby and I, almost always have a decent supper. We always have meat and potatoes and vegetables and a salad. We are good eaters and like the finer things. So I am always experimenting with the meats and I try to have different tastes, as in spices, every time I cook something. Tonight I am making a beef stew. I put dumplings in my stew, sometimes. I think I will tonight.
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
29 Jan 08
Dumplings in stew...hmmmm that's sound nice.
• United States
22 Jan 08
I am going to make Shepherds pie. I have made it a couple of other times. My husband loves it. He has been asking that I make it for months now. Hopefully it goes well.
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
23 Jan 08
Shepherd pie is one of the dish which I always want to make yet I haven't try to. I am sure the taste is great since the ingredients say so. I think in future I will make this one, I am sure my spouse will love it.
@luvstochat (6914)
• United States
20 Jan 08
We have some pizza leftover from last night so we will probaly just heat taht up for supper. If they don't want pizza I have some hamburger thawed and we could have hamubrger and french fries.
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
20 Jan 08
A leftover pizza? How big is your pizza? I never have a leftover for a pizza, I just can't stop eating them when it is on my table. Though I love the cold pizza, still it can't be a leftover. Burger and a french fries really sound great. I love french fries, always.
• United States
20 Jan 08
My husband made chicken parmesan, pasta, toss salad, and garlic bread. It was oh so good.
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
20 Jan 08
I think I should make a garlic bread instead of letting my spouse cooked the plain rice. I think the garlic bread will suit more to our chicken compare to the rice. It's ok, may be next time I will make it for our chicken.
@neenasatine (2842)
• Philippines
20 Jan 08
my dinner earlier was fried fish, steamed and stewed vegetables.yum yummy. i love veggies and fish
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
20 Jan 08
fried fish?!! I love fried fish, especially when marinated with turmeric powder, pepper powder and some salt to taste. I normally will make a bird eye chilies with some thick soy sauce and some lime juice 'sambal' which I can eat together with the my fried fish.
@aliyaa (580)
• India
20 Jan 08
hi i am doing my engineering degree away from home.. So about dinner...It depends on what will be available at the hotel..There may not be much variety to choose from ...we have to take what they give us... Your question reminds me of food from my home made by my mom..Its been 41 days since i left home ...I will be going back home after one week for vacation..Waiting for that delicious dinner from home.. Wish you good luck
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
20 Jan 08
Yeah, I can understand you, being away from home always makes us short in choices for food. I remember back in 97's when I was doing my degree, I always ended up with the same meals every days and it's kinda boring. But now when I am doing my postgraduate research, my spouse love to eat what I cook, so we always eat at home.
@Sissygrl (10914)
• Canada
20 Jan 08
I am having left over stew that i made last night, i made a HUGE pot, so we will be eating it for a few days, but its soo good, I even put bacon in with it. Nummuy. I also put potatoes, sweet potatoes, turups, carrots, onions, beef, and mushrooms!! I add soya sauce to the water to make it saltier and tastier and give it a dark look. and i use flour/water mixture to make it thick. mmm i might have some for lunch as well as supper! my mouth is starting to water now!
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
20 Jan 08
wow, so much things in one pot. It's sound really yummy, I shall have to try cooking a stew soon, I am sure my spouse will love it.
@dandan07 (1908)
• China
7 Jun 08
As today is the Dragon Boat Festival in our country, we have three days vocation this week, now I have the traditional food --Zongzi as my dinner. I like Zongzi with meat inside, it is quite delicious and easy to take with. But as it is made by rice, so quite hard to digest. So many people after having it, will have a long time to feel hungry.
@snowy22315 (64752)
• United States
15 May 08
I think I'm going to make Tamale pie. I have a kit I bought at Target. maybe with some rice and tomatoes
@Dasari100 (3803)
• Anantapur, India
9 Apr 08
today i am planning to take out side of my home with my friends and i am going to offer to good items because most of the friends are coming to my party and i am really happy to give dinner party to them.