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    I took off work early today to go have dinner/lunch with someone.

    I had BBQ pulled pork with salad and a beer, she had BBQ ribs with roasted red potatoes, corn and salad and soda. She could eat twice maybe even three times as much as me and if we ever go out again( which I doubt if I have anything to do with it ) it would get expensive. I thought she was even going to try and take a bite from me. Strange part though I thought she was just wanting to be friends and nothing more, damn I'm dumb on what women are thinking. Had I known she was wanting to go on an actual date type of thing I would have never went.

    As a note to you single men, if a girl ask you out for lunch and she picks a place like an "all you can eat" BBQ......run away, run away very fast as it cannot end good.

    Well at least she knew me well enough to know that I love BBQ pork. But still run and in fact don't even answer if she calls you in the first place and it could avoid a whole problem altogether. Stay in your cave and never come out, they are nothing but trouble anyway.
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    Vegan lunch today.
    Mushroom and spinach risotto. I played a bit with various herbs and it turned out nice.

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    Spinach, some meat, accompanied by a glass of red wine.
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    it is only to be met with in minds which are naturally noble or
    cultivated by good examples and a refined education.
    - Sir Richard Steele

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    Sheep's head which has been smoked and then simmered for a couple of hours.

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    I'm mainly vegetarian, although I'm partial to a good piece of fish, prawns or mussels.

    However, as far as plants go I love, love, love globe artichokes.

    Apparently it's one of the most healthiest and medicinal plant foods:

    Artichoke contains the bioactive agents apigenin and luteolin.[2]

    The total antioxidant capacity of artichoke flower heads is one of the highest reported for vegetables.[3] Cynarine is a chemical constituent in Cynara. The majority of the cynarine found in artichoke is located in the pulp of the leaves, though dried leaves and stems of artichoke also contain it. It inhibits taste receptors, making water (and other foods and drinks) seem sweet.[4]
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    Usually here they are prohibitively expensive.
    About R40 a globe.
    And then people who never eat them say you throw half of it away, so for that money we rather get broccoli, or something else.

    However, we're just in the artichoke season here where you can get two globes for R25.

    Oh flip what a treat with a nice dipping sauce.
    Any suggestions?

    P.S. Did I mention that I liked artichokes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Friedrich View Post
    Oh flip what a treat with a nice dipping sauce.
    Any suggestions?
    Olive oil, vinegar and mustard dressing of course!!!

    - Whisk mustard and vinegar together with salt and pepper.
    - Whisk in oil and a drop of water to soften the acidity (water optional).
    - Optionally add finely chopped chive or parsley

    Quick and easy. Use 3 parts oil to 1 part vinegar. Adjust the mustard to your liking. I've never eaten artichokes with another sauce personally...

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    My daughter is coming this afternoon. So I am cutting some Smoked Beef Sausage in small round pieces, and together with red and green bell peppers and onions, some broccoli as well, sauté all of it until down. I also got cabbage in the pan on the stove to fix fried cabbage. I usually just add a bit of a good olive oil, salt, pepper, as well as touch of BADIA Complete Seasoning to it. The first mixture is served over ProteinPLUS Spaghetti, the cabbage as a side. The meal is not only tasty but healthy. Takes less than one hour to prepare, cook and serve. The pasta can be substituted for rice or even potatoes. I would grate them for faster cook time unless one already has some cooked potatoes in the Schale.

    The veggie mixture can be bought in the freezer section of the local market, the sausage package can be frozen as well, pasta and rice are staple goods. Surprise company is easily served, just prepare some homemade cornbread or biscuits as a side. Ingredients for those usually are staple goods as well. I don't drink milk so I always keep powdered milk around. And for afternoon coffee hour Apfelküchle are perfect. Don't have enough of apples or apples big enough. Just take the ones you have and grate them up and put them directly into the pancake batter. Works well and is so good.

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    "Remember that, even when those who move you be kings or men of power, your soul is in your keeping alone. When you stand before God, you cannot say, "But I was told by others to do thus,"or that virtue "was not convenient at the time." This will not suffice."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wulfaz View Post
    Replace those Marabous with Camels or cigars and I have had that many times.

    Tonight though I have a real special treat....bachelor special, some kind of out of bag side dish that cooks in only eight minutes. Oh, you can just taste the nutrition and goodness with every bite.

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    Movie afternoon at my house, my daughter and I. Just one movie I recorded. And an early supper prior...Roast with potatoes, carrots and onions and a mixed salad with dressing as desired. Not to forget the homemade biscuits, a real treat with butter and honey. I prefer a boneless chuck roast, a little bit of fat enhances the taste. I season the roast, sear it, put it into a oven proof plastic baking bag and add carrots, potatoes and onions. I use the searing "products" to prepare the gravy, which I pour over the ingredients in the bag. Close the bag, put one or two small holes for ventilation and bake it at 350 degrees F for about 2 - 2 1/2 hours. For dessert Blueberry Crunch, the recipe found here (left overs go home with my daughter so her boyfriend can have some good supper as well as he had to work late):

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