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Supper/Dinner Time ! What's on the menu? 2018

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PTree15

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Thanksgiving leftovers: Chickpea cutlets, garlic mashed potatoes, squash-apple bake, sweet potato casserole (thank you, Mom!), cranberry sauce and steamed broccoli.
 

silva

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Lentil soup with potatoes carrots celery and onion and spiced with berbere seasoning and galangal
Have been to Penzeys spices a few times :p
A grapefruit
 

Val

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Lentil soup with potatoes carrots celery and onion and spiced with berbere seasoning and galangal
Have been to Penzeys spices a few times :p
A grapefruit
This is unbelievable. What a coincidence: i've just been reading about galangal on the site of one of our vegetarian shops. I found the description very intriguing. But then it was written that when galangal is perfectly dried, it has mostly the cinnamon flavour. ...Is that true? If so, -then i won't be able to consume it.:sigh:
 

silva

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This is unbelievable. What a coincidence: i've just been reading about galangal on the site of one of our vegetarian shops. I found the description very intriguing. But then it was written that when galangal is perfectly dried, it has mostly the cinnamon flavour. ...Is that true? If so, -then i won't be able to consume it.:sigh:
I don't think so! I only like cinnamon in sweet things, but galangal I would use in hot/sour soup, curries, rice dishes- like a pungent curry powder type, more like cardomon, a strong ginger with a kinda 'aged' taste if that makes sense. More savory- I would not use this in sweet dishes. Umani
Now I want to try it fresh! I know it's in my favorite frozen tamarind rice entree I get at the Indian store
 

Val

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I don't think so! I only like cinnamon in sweet things, but galangal I would use in hot/sour soup, curries, rice dishes- like a pungent curry powder type, more like cardomon, a strong ginger with a kinda 'aged' taste if that makes sense. More savory- I would not use this in sweet dishes. Umani
Now I want to try it fresh! I know it's in my favorite frozen tamarind rice entree I get at the Indian store
:thanks: ...And good luck with trying it fresh. I'll have to do it somedays too, moreover, it's quite cheap.:)
 

shyvas

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Quinoa & vegetable burger with a quinoa and cabbage, carrot salad plus seasoning.
A warm apple crumble made with whole-wheat flour, oats and spread.
 

Poppy

Ankle Biter
Vegan navy bean soup, a salad of baby lettuces, tomatoes and cucumbers with Poppyseed salad dressing and baguette dipped in aforementioned soup.
 

shyvas

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I got home late as I met up with a few pals in the neighbourhood and we went out for a drink.

A baguette sandwich with spread, French mustard and a frankfurter sausage. A slaw with seeds plus vinaigrette.
A glass of full bodied red wine.
A persimmon.
I have some chocolate covered almonds for later on.
 

shyvas

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Crispy tenders (shop brand) served with roast butternut squash seasoned with garlic, chili flakes and herbs, basmati rice.
Raspberries for dessert.
 

shyvas

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Crispy tenders served with steamed potatoes, carrots and broccoli.
Warm cinnamon flavoured apple crumble made with ground almonds, ww flour and sweetener served with soya cream.
A margarita.
 
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