Game-If you had to cook dinner for the person below you, what would it be?

by valerieSONORA 33 replies
And of course you have 2 answer b4 you know who the person below you is.


For me, it is baked zucchini and squash casserole with cream of chicken and stuffing. Really yummy. and healthy too. Low fat
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  • Profile picture of the author pavondunbar
    I can't cook that well sooo...

    I'll take them to McDonald's...

    And if they helped me make money...

    Morton's Steakhouse...

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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    I'll bite - I like to eat out sometimes.

    Okay - who wants to answer this menu?
    Cajun Shrimp linguini - nice and spicy, Fresh tossed Salad with fetta, and homemade flaxseed, buckwheat rolls.
    Desert around the fireplace - Lemon Snow(a chiffon with crumbled gramcracker crust) French roast coffee or/and Asti - with a fatty to pass
    and great conversation.
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    • Profile picture of the author acreativetouch
      Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

      I'll bite - I like to eat out sometimes.

      Okay - who wants to answer this menu?
      Cajun Shrimp linguini - nice and spicy, Fresh tossed Salad with fetta, and homemade flaxseed, buckwheat rolls.
      Desert around the fireplace - Lemon Snow(a chiffon with crumbled gramcracker crust) French roast coffee or/and Asti - with a fatty to pass
      and great conversation.
      Sounds awesome....If I still ate shrimp. is there such a thing as fish linguini?

      Have you ever heard of Halibut Olympia? It's halibut, on a bed of white wine and onions, with a light coating of prepared mustard, covered in mayonnaise and baked in the oven until mayonnaise is brown. DELICIOUS!
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      • Profile picture of the author HeySal
        Originally Posted by acreativetouch View Post

        Sounds awesome....If I still ate shrimp. is there such a thing as fish linguini?

        Have you ever heard of Halibut Olympia? It's halibut, on a bed of white wine and onions, with a light coating of prepared mustard, covered in mayonnaise and baked in the oven until mayonnaise is brown. DELICIOUS!
        Can't relate, Dot. I am very allergic to fish - can eat the expensive side of the ocean - crab, lobster...the crustacean. I feel very elite when I go to parties and get to tell the hosts, thanks but no thanks I am ALLEGIC to caviar. LOL.

        The other things you said sound scrumptious and Valerie has a tempting menu. Maybe what we should do is just do rotating parties. Everyone get rich quickly please so we can afford guest transport for our dinner parties.
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        • Profile picture of the author acreativetouch
          Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

          Everyone get rich quickly please so we can afford guest transport for our dinner parties.
          Heeee.....heee....sounds like fun!

          When I accepted Kosher, was when I stopped eating shellfish & pork.

          I don't miss the pork, but the SHELLFISH???? Yea, I miss it.

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  • Profile picture of the author valerieSONORA
    LOL Sal if I was in Washington or Oregon or wherever it is you are, I'd go over to your house for dinner all the time lol

    Can't you move over here for a while sniff sniff

    I love shrimp. Don't know what flaxseed is or what it tastes like but I'd try it. And the conversation HAHA I can imagine.

    Now for you looks like you'd get taken out to McDonalds by Pavon. Like anything there?

    (Shame on you Pavon do you know how unhealthy McD's is?)
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    How do you know I can't make him some money, Valerie?
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  • Profile picture of the author valerieSONORA
    Hmm then Morton's Steakhouse. Never heard of it but I assume they serve steak. And I'm guessing baked tatoes go with steak. (Still shame on you for mentioning McD's-their ranch salad dressing has 30 something fat grams in it!)
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  • Profile picture of the author acreativetouch
    Ok, bbq outside by the pool ( summer, of course ). BBQ & smoked brisquit. Baked potato in the fire, fire roasted corn, tossed salad, green beans with lemon /basil / balsamic vinigrette. Fresh rosemary/garlic rolls, also from scratch. Dessert, by the pool on a hot summer day.....home made from scratch ice cream. Vanilla bean made with real vanilla beans and real cream. Home made caramel topping. Cold draft ale, or mead and a nice fat one or we can break out the vaporizer.

    herbs are heirloom and home grown.

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    • Profile picture of the author Kiwigal
      Originally Posted by acreativetouch View Post

      Ok, bbq outside by the pool ( summer, of course ). BBQ & smoked brisquit. Baked potato in the fire, fire roasted corn, tossed salad, green beans with lemon /basil / balsamic vinigrette. Fresh rosemary/garlic rolls, also from scratch. Dessert, by the pool on a hot summer day.....home made from scratch ice cream. Vanilla bean made with real vanilla beans and real cream. Home made caramel topping. Cold draft ale, or mead and a nice fat one or we can break out the vaporizer.

      herbs are heirloom and home grown.

      dot
      Wow , I,m hungry-sounds yum. What is brisquit?
      I would do a lamb roast.
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      • Profile picture of the author acreativetouch
        Originally Posted by Kiwigal View Post

        Wow , I,m hungry-sounds yum. What is brisquit?
        I would do a lamb roast.
        Brisquit is beef, but we can do lamb leg. It's yummy!


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        • Profile picture of the author ThomM
          Originally Posted by acreativetouch View Post

          Brisquit is beef, but we can do lamb leg. It's yummy!


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          Do the beef. nothing beats real BBQ tri-tip.
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          • Profile picture of the author acreativetouch
            Originally Posted by ThomM View Post

            Do the beef. nothing beats real BBQ tri-tip.
            You got it.

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    • Profile picture of the author valerieSONORA
      Originally Posted by acreativetouch View Post

      Ok, bbq outside by the pool ( summer, of course ). BBQ & smoked brisquit. Baked potato in the fire, fire roasted corn, tossed salad, green beans with lemon /basil / balsamic vinigrette. Fresh rosemary/garlic rolls, also from scratch. Dessert, by the pool on a hot summer day.....home made from scratch ice cream. Vanilla bean made with real vanilla beans and real cream. Home made caramel topping. Cold draft ale, or mead and a nice fat one or we can break out the vaporizer.

      herbs are heirloom and home grown.

      dot
      My mouth was watering when I read that I had to go eat

      I like Sal's idea we all need to get super rich so we can hop on an airplane to someone's house for a dinner party and eat what they cook up.
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  • Profile picture of the author pavondunbar
    Morton's Steakhouse is in beverly Hills, and the entrees are, like, $100 a person...

    That doesn't include drinks, appetizers, and dessert...

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  • Profile picture of the author valerieSONORA
    Good lord I'd stay away from Mortons steakhouse. $100 for a steak entree?? I know steak can be expensive but that's too much!
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  • Profile picture of the author Patrician
    Yeh - you are all good cooks - I am available for adoption.

    I would do a bulb of roasted elephant garlic with cracked wheat sour dough bread and olive oil, served with wine.

    BBQ anything is always best but just to share the delicious meal I had tonight, (too cold to BBQ):

    jumbo shrimp sauteed in olive oil and garlic, with brown rice curly q macaroni, liberal on the parmesian/romano, cracked black pepper.

    an organic herb salad that included dill, cilantro, baby lettuces (red & green romaine & oak leaf, red leaf, chard, arugula, radicchio)

    (i had a pomegrante/blueberry dressing but it is a little wierd so I would probably do an Asian, sweet rice vinegar/toasted sesame oil dressing instead)

    {a special guest would get the shrimp and macaroni with my homemade pesto, made with organic fresh basil, double pine nuts, double garlic, parmesian and olive oil}.

    For dessert which I didn't have, I would for a guest do (buy) something like a lemon cheese cake or chocolate mousse and make some good coffee.

    (real life going to grab a tablespoon of peanut butter and honey for dessert now that you have all made me hungry) and wash it down with some cold **** berry juice.
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  • Profile picture of the author the newnorcian
    wow! this all sounds great,Tonight i,m having fresh exmouth tiger prawns with a truffle aloi served with crispy seasonal salad and warm pizza bianca followed up by a cool stawberry sorbet.F.y.i. it is currently 32c in Australia.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bev Clement
    Let's see depends on the time of year and what is available.

    Maybe a light starter, prawn mousse with a cucumber jelly served with a green salad.

    Main course, might do a Chicken Thai green curry, with sticky rice, veg, salad

    Dessert depends on the person but Ben & Jerry's Oero Ice Cream served with strawberries and black pepper
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    • Profile picture of the author Mark Brock
      I'd have to do a nice stone baked pizza with ham and mushroom (I would have to buy a stone baked pizza oven first though)!

      Can't wait for my curry Bev! Yum!
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  • Profile picture of the author Bev Clement
    Mark great, I learnt to cook Thai food in Thailand, did a cooking course there.

    Which part of the greatest place in Britain are you from? North or South?

    If I had known it was you, I would have suggested laverbread

    It's OK, I'm from Swansea originally.
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    • Profile picture of the author ShayB
      Okay, if you come to my house, forget healthy eating. LOL

      Here, you will get smothered pork chops (or chicken, if you don't eat pork), rice and gravy, green beans and biscuits.

      Maybe a sweet potato casserole if you behave.
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      • Profile picture of the author ThomM
        Well this is what I'm having tonight so figure around 7pm.

        Chicken fried pork chops
        Long grain wild rice with hot Italian sausage
        Collard greens tossed in organic vinegar

        Desert
        Coffee and :rolleyes:
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        Originally Posted by ShayRockhold View Post

        Okay, if you come to my house, forget healthy eating. LOL

        Here, you will get smothered pork chops (or chicken, if you don't eat pork), rice and gravy, green beans and biscuits.

        Maybe a sweet potato casserole if you behave.
        Shay in my house that is healthy eating
        Good eating, too.
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        • Profile picture of the author acreativetouch
          Originally Posted by ThomM View Post

          Shay in my house that is healthy eating
          Good eating, too.
          I cook for pain control. When I eat alone, I keep it very healthy. When I cook for others I take into consideration that most of them will want forbidden food: ice cream, coffee...all the stuff I love and do indulge in moderation.

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          • Profile picture of the author ThomM
            Originally Posted by acreativetouch View Post

            I cook for pain control. When I eat alone, I keep it very healthy. When I cook for others I take into consideration that most of them will want forbidden food: ice cream, coffee...all the stuff I love and do indulge in moderation.

            dorothy
            I cook for the pure enjoyment of it.
            Doesn't matter if it's meatloaf, Beef Wellington, or a salad.

            Lately I've been mixing things up. Combining styles, cultures, and regional cooking techniques. Also trying to work Braggs Liquid Aminos into just about everything.
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            • Profile picture of the author acreativetouch
              Originally Posted by ThomM View Post

              I cook for the pure enjoyment of it.
              Doesn't matter if it's meatloaf, Beef Wellington, or a salad.

              Lately I've been mixing things up. Combining styles, cultures, and regional cooking techniques. Also trying to work Braggs Liquid Aminos into just about everything.
              Yea, I used to totally eat for pleasure. I still indulge, but keep it sparingly. Braggs Liquid aminos is a wonderful seasoning and it's HEALTHY The trick is to still cook for pleasure, but keeping what you cook antiinflammatory. That one is a tough one to balance especially when you LOVE to cook, LOVE to experiment with other culture's food and LOVE to eat.

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    • Profile picture of the author Mark Brock
      Originally Posted by Bev Clement View Post

      Mark great, I learnt to cook Thai food in Thailand, did a cooking course there.

      Which part of the greatest place in the world are you from? North or South?

      If I had known it was you, I would have suggested laverbread

      It's OK, I'm from Swansea originally.
      Shw mae Bev!

      I'm just down the M4 near Bridgend (but thankfully NOT Bridgend - too much trouble)! My gran lives in Swansea so I'm there quite a bit visiting; (wouldn't go out there in the night though)!

      How many other Welsh Warriors do you know about? We are a rare breed!

      Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Bev (and everyone else).

      Take care,

      Mark

      PS - Just thought I'd edit your post (see above). You clearly made a mistake before!
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      • Profile picture of the author jimmymc
        I'm cooking genuine New Mexican enchiladas tonight...just like we used to get down in old town at the Hacienda...fried egg on top and everything...so hot you can't eat'em without a handkerchief.
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      • Profile picture of the author Bev Clement
        Oops Sorry Mark you're right of course. There are quite a few, and some from Swansea.

        My mother still lives in Swansea so we visit when in the UK. We moved from Swansea to England, and then to China and now Hong Kong.

        And most warriors know they're in trouble if they call me English

        Most of my accent has gone now, but it's still there at times

        Originally Posted by Mark Brock View Post

        Shw mae Bev!

        I'm just down the M4 near Bridgend (but thankfully NOT Bridgend - too much trouble)! My gran lives in Swansea so I'm there quite a bit visiting; (wouldn't go out there in the night though)!

        How many other Welsh Warriors do you know about? We are a rare breed!

        Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Bev (and everyone else).

        Take care,

        Mark

        PS - Just thought I'd edit your post (see above). You clearly made a mistake before!
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    • Profile picture of the author Patrician
      Bev, Thai is my #1 favorite food of all. Japanese is #2 and Sechswan/Hunan #3

      Thai varies widely here, though - I could eat Gai Yang everyday and in fact when I used to work for the Bank there was a great place I would go for lunch where they called me the 'Gai Yang lady' because that is what I ordered every time -

      They blackened the chicken and then had this marvelous marinade with lemon grass, cilantro and just little tiny pepper hairs - I don't like too spicy - which a lot of Thai is... rarely I would do Satay Gai with the peanut sauce yummy.

      You guys are always making me hungry! Mail the microwave queen some real food already!

      Originally Posted by Bev Clement View Post

      Mark great, I learnt to cook Thai food in Thailand, did a cooking course there.

      Which part of the greatest place in Britain are you from? North or South?

      If I had known it was you, I would have suggested laverbread

      It's OK, I'm from Swansea originally.
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      • Profile picture of the author Kevin Flask
        I'm pretty versatile in the kitchen, but I really love to BBQ.
        I make a mean smoked pork and a killer bbq sauce.

        How's this for a menu....

        Start off with an herb risotto served with a chilled chardonnay,

        a seared scallop Provencal,

        and the entree...beef medallions with a balsamic port reduction sauce
        served with a cabernet.

        That's what I made for my wife's birthday.

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  • Profile picture of the author acreativetouch
    We could do sushi, tempura fried vegetables, bbq teriyaki chicken cooked with saki ( we could drink some too ) I make veggie, imitation crab or Korean style. would like to learn Vietnamese with mung bean paper.


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