Medium rare roast beef (slow cooked and tender) with baby carrots, new potatoes, onions and homemade brown gravy served with fresh baked bread and a garden salad with 1000 Island dressing and a glass of iced tea with lemon. Yummy!
This was done about a year ago but I’m in the mood to read about other people’s favorite meals! I’m soooo hungry right now. I had to work through lunch today!
*Originally posted by lno *
**Depends on my mood and the setting, of course.
There are days when I want to sit inside during a blizzard playing chess with someone, wrapped in quilts, eating a frozen pizza.**
Do you mean frozen pizza or frozen pizza?
Slow cooked, creamy Beef Stroganoff with mushrooms on Texmati brand rice.
Asparagus with Hollandaise sauce.
Bisquick drop biscuits with real butter and clover hunny.
Estancia Cabernet Savignon in the right glass.
Rhubarb Pie a la mode.
Spaghetti, with Italian sausage and homemade marinara sauce. Fresh garlic bread and a garden salad on the side.
And Lightin’, I’m with you about the sushi – delicious! It is darned expensive to buy but very cheap to make. My husband took a class at a local restaurant and became a certified sushi chef for about fifty bucks. These days we make our own sushi and can feed eight people til they’re stuffed for about thirty dollars. You ought to check with restaurants in your area and see if they offer classes – it is well worth it!
Dallas area Dopers, there is a SUSHI BUFFET restaraunt in Plano - it’s all you can eat for somewnere around $20.00 per person with 4 sushi chefs constantly replenishing the supply! It’s off Preston Rd north of the G Bush tollway and it’s called Osaka. Not the absolute best sushi I’ve had, but pretty darn tasty and I ate until I could eat no more.
OK, a fifth vote for sushi. As Lightnin’ said, it’s the world’s most perfect food. And such variety! Even if you (like me) don’t eat the raw mollusk forms. Sushi, a sixer of ice-cold Sapporo, and someone to drive me home afterwards. Abso-frickin-lutely.
One of my girlfriends has 15-year-old twin boys. They tried sushi. They liked sushi.(!) Unfortunately, it costs beaucoup bucks to fill up teenage boys with sushi.
I love sushi, but my favorite meal is whatever is on the seafood petite degustation menu at Ambria in Chicago–last time the courses included oysters, caviar, scallops and sea bass, with chocolate souffle with creme anglais for dessert. With champagne. (I’m not a cheap date.)