They both have exactly the same ingredients, but one is vastly superior.
Looking after my nephew tonight my SIL made me some enchiladas, all I had to do was heat them in the microwave
Ratatouille (from a packet), beef kidneys with sauce madère (another packet), boiled spuds.
First cut New York Strip hot off my grill topped with sautéed Portobello mushrooms and baked potato with butter, sour cream, and fresh grated chedder.
My mom made chicken curry and rice for dinner tonight! :)
It was sooooo good! Dough was home-made. Not quite what I want but I'm definitely on the right track to perfecting the recipe. So what's Oppo having for dinner?
This is a staple form of Chinese food. Bet you can't get this in a delivery...
If there's ever a benefit of a relative knowing the restaurant manager, that's one right there…
BBQ Bacon Onion Rings (made with homemade BBQ sauce)
Pork Chili on rice with cheese and a Narragansett (finally found a cheap beer I don't hate!). Chili is this recipe with some tweaks
mmmm Pot Roast. I have recently begun using my crockpot for cooking, tonight I'm very glad I made that decision.
Just a restaurant recommendation, actually. I'll be there for a wedding in May and figure we should be making reservations now. I've never been to DC before and have no preconceived notions or opinions re: "the scene." I see there are a metric crap-ton of places, though, and would appreciate some guidance.
I hope it doesn't turn out like shit. I put it in the crock pot before work and threw a bunch of stuff in with it - whatever broths I had. I also hope I didn't burn anything. If it turns out good I'll be pretty happy.