What did you have for dinner/lunch?

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Philippines
January 7, 2007 6:17am CST
I have just finihed eating dinner. I had beef steak and rice. How about you?
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@thekiwi (588)
• United States
16 Jan 07
I cooked hamburgers, and tator tots. Being lazy tonight cause its just me tj and the kids :)
@asfi123 (955)
• India
15 Jan 07
i had biriyani and chicken
@Sagarr (141)
• Pakistan
15 Jan 07
rice and daal
• Philippines
15 Jan 07
Adobo - Adobo, a common dish in the Philippines, is typically made from pork or chicken, slow-cooked in soy sauce, vinegar, crushed garlic, bay leaf, and black peppercorns. This dish originates from the Northern region of the Philippines.

It is one of the first dishes Filipinos learn to cook as it is simple and requires just a handful of ingredients. In good-tasting adobo, none of the spice flavors dominates but rather the taste is a delicate balance of all the ingredients. As with most dishes, there will be slight variations in the ratios of the ingredients or the cooking process, and the cook's unique touch is impressed upon the final outcome.

Adobo is a very common packed food for Filipino mountaineers and travellers because of its relatively longer shelf-life. This stems from the vinegar content which inhibits the growth of bacteria.
we're having dinner now while typing this, we have adobo, beefsteak and rice with beans...with mango as dessert later.
• Philippines
15 Jan 07
Adobo - Adobo, a common dish in the Philippines, is typically made from pork or chicken, slow-cooked in soy sauce, vinegar, crushed garlic, bay leaf, and black peppercorns. This dish originates from the Northern region of the Philippines.

It is one of the first dishes Filipinos learn to cook as it is simple and requires just a handful of ingredients. In good-tasting adobo, none of the spice flavors dominates but rather the taste is a delicate balance of all the ingredients. As with most dishes, there will be slight variations in the ratios of the ingredients or the cooking process, and the cook's unique touch is impressed upon the final outcome.

Adobo is a very common packed food for Filipino mountaineers and travellers because of its relatively longer shelf-life. This stems from the vinegar content which inhibits the growth of bacteria.
we're having dinner now while typing this, we have adobo, beefsteak and rice with beans...with mango as dessert later.
@guesswhomsa (1171)
• India
7 Jan 07
i had spinach meat and rice for lunch and it is 6 pm here in india
@Croquetilla (1798)
• Spain
7 Jan 07
Yesterday i dinner stuffed paste cheese and now for luch i think that cook meet and rice