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what do I want to eat for dinner?

 
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It's dinner time.
I'm hungry
I forgot to plan.
Too lazy to get up and cook.
What do I want to eat?
 
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I'm having leftovers :D
Want to swap leftovers?
 
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I had the same problem today so after staring at the fridge I did this;

I used half a tin of coconut milk, (leftover) some garlic, ginger, a red chili and an onion blended up, sweet chili sauce, soy sauce, fish sauce, vinegar (lime juice would be better) and a bit of sugar, added to some mixed veg and cooked chicken I called it a Thai style curry and served it with sticky rice. dinner in 20minutes 2 pans and nearly no mess.
 
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I found some tomato soup in the back of the cupboard.  "best before" is just a suggestion, right?
 
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We had store bought brats & homemade kimchi, home brewed water kefir for me & oak-aged classic mead(purchased), for John. It's Monday. Meh.
 
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you would imagine by my age I could make tomato soup without it exploding.

You would be wrong.

sigh  Now I remember why I don't cook this.  
 
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r ranson wrote:you would imagine by my age I could make tomato soup without it exploding.

You would be wrong.

sigh  Now I remember why I don't cook this.  


Exploding soup sounds like an exciting dinner!
 
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r ranson wrote:It's dinner time.
I'm hungry
I forgot to plan.
Too lazy to get up and cook.
What do I want to eat?



Is this a riddle?  
 
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Exploding soup? Is that like split peas cooked in a pressure cooker? And the little weight thing quits rocking, so he takes it off to see and sprays the ceiling with this green like stucco ...But I am having home canned tomato sauce, 2016 vintage, and pasta...
 
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Homemade pumpernickel bread, homemade peanut butter, butter, honey, coffee
 
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That's why in the fall I can up a ton of tomato soup and chili.  50+ jars each.  That way if I'm ever in need of a quick meal I just warm up a pint of soup.  My back-up is organic mac and cheese
 
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I should have gone with mac and cheese.
Now I need to do laundry.
tomato soup and me not good mix
 
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