What's for Dinner......

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Breaded cod nuggets with mixed vegetables and rice.
 

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Not feeling too hungry. Made a dinner out of breakfast items, Masala Tea + Parantha + Mixed Pickle (and yeah you guessed it right, pickle contains raw mustard oil)
 
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@mohittomar13 the mixed pickle looks very interesting, the price looked very scary, til I realized there's a currency conversion required ;)

Tonight was just pizza (supremely topped) from my second favorite pizza place (ATM) Marco's.

 

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Tonight I'm having pancakes with pure maple syrup for dinner.
 
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Chicken on the charcoal grill (with home made concoction BBQ sauce.)

Made a foil packet of new potatoes, sweet onions and corn kernels seasoned up with a generous dash of Mrs Dash and some other stuff to cook along side the chicken.
And a cool creamy coleslaw on the side.

Turned out to be good eats!
And my favorite part was that (in spite of the bbq sauce) the chicky skin was still crisp, not all limp and flabby like sometimes happens.
Shoulda took a picture, but it didn't get done til dark :)
 

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@@mohittomar13 the mixed pickle looks very interesting, the price looked very scary, til I realized there's a currency conversion required
haha.. :LOL::LOL:

I was thinking to order a pizza too but I'm scared about catching the infection. So sticking with traditional meals and staying inside the house. If it ever happens that you visit India, do stay at my place, you will be overwhelmed to find how much more flavours are available in the vegetarian diet. :giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle:
 

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Tonight I'm having pancakes with pure maple syrup for dinner.
Karen, I'm sorry for such a cliche,
but shouldn't you have accompanied that with Canadian Bacon?
Or really any kind of bacon.... a little protein with the carbs?

Sorry, I do love real maple syrup, on pancakes and waffles.....but, uh...I once coated regular bacon with it plus brown sugar and baked it into a thing called "pig candy" ....uhmmm... awesome treat!
Brandy would luuuve it so watch you fingers!
:D
 

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So sticking with traditional meals. If it ever happens that you visit India, do stay at my place, you will be overwhelmed to find how much more flavours are available in the vegetarian diet.
I do not doubt that for a moment, Mohit!
Some of my friends are vegetarian (~more or less~), and I have been pleasantly wide-eyed surprised at some of their offerings.
Really tasty, but seasonaly freshness is important, in my neck of the woods.

It's awesome that so many exotic foods are available from across the world, in stores these days....I hope the pandemic doesn't limit that what can be shared safely across the globe.

My friend, it seems unlikely I will visit your place, nor you visit mine, but I am humbled by your offer of kindness.
So for now, it seems what's for dinner certainly does differ.... be it a few hundred miles or thousands of miles, tastes change - but food matters, :cool:
 

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but shouldn't you have accompanied that with Canadian Bacon?
I'm not a big bacon eater. Actually not even sure if I could eat it now but probably. If I did I would prefer it with an egg, toast and fried potatoes. I just like the pancakes on their own. Then I can eat much more! :)
 

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