what are you eating for supper

@shelagh77 (3643)
February 7, 2007 7:40pm CST
We have just got a bit peckish and are enjoying blackcurrant jam on toast. What are you having for supper tonight?
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@rainbow (6763)
8 Feb 07
Homemade sunflower bread (still warm) reduced sugar strawberry jam and or peanut butter and a big mug of tea, mmmmm.
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@shelagh77 (3643)
9 Feb 07
hmmmmmmm rainbow, you are in UK. Do you take doorsteppers? That bread sounds absolutely divine. Recipe please!
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@rainbow (6763)
12 Apr 07
Hi She, I do doorstep sarnies - so big you can't get your mouth round them sometimes, lol. To be honest the sunflower bread burned out quickly for us. The packet stuff is heavy and I don't like how much oil I have to use when I make my own so now sunflower bread is my normal home made white bread in the breadmaker with sunflower seeds, far lighter, lol. Think I told you before you an beg on my doorstep for food anytime but be careful you might not like my cooking so much in real life, lol.
@Lakota12 (42684)
• United States
8 Feb 07
probably a salad as I am on a deit that calls for a salad and then some unsweetened grapefruit juice can have any meat too and eat as much as I want but its to late now to eat big lol and what is wrong with Jelly and toast not a darn thing!
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@shelagh77 (3643)
8 Feb 07
Good luck with the diet. However the salad sounds actually quite lovely. We have not had salad for a while as it does not keep terribly well and I have not been well enough to traipse round the supermarkets. No nothing wrong with jelly and toast but it doesn't do much for my waistline, I must admit lol.
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@lols189 (4797)
8 Feb 07
i dont eat supper as i cant sleep if i have not long ate something. i eat twice a day just lunch at 12pm and afternoon meal at 6pm
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@shelagh77 (3643)
8 Feb 07
We are the opposite lol. If Other Half does not have supper nobody sleeps!
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@gabs8513 (48716)
• United Kingdom
11 Feb 07
Well I wanted some Chocolate Biscuits but my Friend didn't have any so I didn't have anything, as she forgot to pass me my Toast and Jam through the Computer.
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@shelagh77 (3643)
8 Apr 07
Yes, well, if I could i would, and when you upset me it would be very cold tea lolololol. I did feed you up to the brim when you did get here, or rather Other Half did, with his famous home made pizza. We had hot cross buns tonight courtesy of a neighbour. We cleared her garden so we have free supper lol.
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@gabs8513 (48716)
• United Kingdom
8 Apr 07
Oh lovely and you didn't share that with me either lol I don't know
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@shelagh77 (3643)
11 Apr 07
Look here, Blondie, when you are in my home I cook you delicious meals, wait on you hand and foot, don't complain when you take over the computer and generally spoil you rotten, so don't moan about a few shop bought hot cross buns. I am thinking of some nice treats for your next visit, OK?
@Munira (484)
• United States
8 Apr 07
Tonight, we had some great take-out. I had the seafood platter. It had fish-n-chips, flounder, shrimp, a crab cake, and side dishes. Everything, with the exception of the macaroni salad, was tasty. And, it was too much for me to eat. lol
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@shelagh77 (3643)
11 Apr 07
oooooooooooooooooh yummmmmmmmmmmmm! I am really jealous here. It has made me decide I am going to ask Other Half to get me some of that. Slimming too, so he can't complain. Thank you for that lovely idea :-)
@Bee1955 (3886)
• United States
2 Apr 07
Beef Steak Stroganoff in crock pot (slow cooker) INGREDIENTS: 1 London Broil steak, about 1 1/2 to 2 pounds, thinly sliced 1 can cream of mushroom soup, low-fat or Healthy Request 1/2 cup chopped onions, optional 8 ounces sliced mushrooms, optional 1 tablespoon Gravy Master, Kitchen Bouquet or other browning sauce 1/2 cup light sour cream PREPARATION: Combine steak, soup, onions, mushrooms and browning sauce in crockery. Cover and cook on low for 7 to 9 hours. Add sour cream 20 minutes before serving time. Serve over noodles or rice. Beef Steak Stroganoff recipe serves 4 to 6.
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@shelagh77 (3643)
8 Apr 07
That is LOVELY, but did you have it for supper? It would be far too heavy for me and I would be awake all night long. However, I have copied the recipe as it will be brilliant for lunch! Thank you.
@cabergren (1182)
• United States
9 Feb 07
My husband does all of our cooking. I am the worst cook. But he is making some whole wheat pasta with chicken. With a tomato basil sauce. And I think he is gonna make a salad. Sounds good to me.
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@nypage (158)
• United States
9 Feb 07
We had pasta here. Yummy yummy. My son helped stir the sauce and got all excited over the meal so it was a good time.
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@shelagh77 (3643)
11 Feb 07
Pasta certainly is yummy! I don't have it for supper because I usually put a cream sauce with it and it is too near sleepy time but oh yes, I adore pasta. It is great for your son to be involved with the sauce and be allowed to enjoy cooking, I think that when they learn to cook at a young age they enjoy their food more, don't you?
@marlyse (1056)
• Switzerland
8 Feb 07
i dont eat much for supper, only a yoghourt or a fruit, because i need my rest of breathe for getting prepared for bed, like brush teeth and so on. lol and i was told its better not to eat that much at this time
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@shelagh77 (3643)
8 Feb 07
Oh, I am sorry, it must be very trying for you to have to save your energy like that and make things very difficult. Our supper is about two-three hours before we sleep but if we do not have supper Other Half does not sleep, and that is bad for everyone else lol.
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