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Meatpie
27-10-08, 01:58 PM
Hey mate, you complained you don't eat a lot of veggies so I decided to take some pics at home and hope to stimulate your appetite.
You remember those cups of green tea on my wooden table?

I am cooking vegetables today, don't they look delicious?

http://thumbnails4.imagebam.com/1679/c4c95716781518.gif (http://www.imagebam.com/image/c4c95716781518) http://thumbnails4.imagebam.com/1679/9d86e516781519.gif (http://www.imagebam.com/image/9d86e516781519)

I love cooking, I am so gay.

I recently leanrt how to make a chineese meal with bamboo and rice and mushrooms. I looked it up on the internet.

It looks great, its healthy and keeps you full longer. It takes two hours to make though :(

Today only vegetables - relatively easy, half an hour. Just boil them, put tomatoe souce, pasta, peppers, vegetable oil and yellow cheese.

I will fry some fish tomorrow!!!!

LoL!!! Love the medeteranian cuisine - just go after these foods - veggies, fish, olives, pasta and you should remain healthy.

I've only once eaten and McDonalds - I was 10 years old and never liked burgers.

:( Unfortunately I love chocalate and try to quit it but its hard. I can stay without choco for a few days but then I start getting cravings and...

well you know ;p

verlup1
27-10-08, 10:46 PM
Thanks for the pics. It really does look delicious. In fact those are the vegetables I really like, it looks like cauliflower and broccoli potatoes peas and carrots. With cheese sounds amazing! I am hungry now. Maybe I'll go heat up the frozen veggies I have but it's not going to be as good. Fresh is better. Did you cut the potatoes and carrots into cubes yourself? I have no food in my fridge because I'm emptying to prepare it for the dump, but the freezer works ok. I need to buy a new fridge. I don't cook meals as much but I do bake. I like chocolate too much also and try to avoid it but I like to bake chocolate goodies.
Thanks for inspiring me to improve my diet Meatpie!

verlup1
27-10-08, 10:52 PM
Have you ever tried this vegetable? It's a cauliflower - broccoli hybrid. It's really beautiful and tastes good too. Sort of in between flavored but leaning more towards cauliflower.
http://thumbnails11.imagebam.com/1682/bfd2ea16819908.gif (http://www.imagebam.com/image/bfd2ea16819908)

Meatpie
27-10-08, 11:14 PM
mmm, to tell you the truth it looks like warts.

lol

I haven't seen anything like this before, the colour is nice.

Hybrids you say? thats like mixing the genes of two veggies to see what will come up?

verlup1
27-10-08, 11:32 PM
Yes it's a hybrid, crazy huh? It seems like they can do all sorts of crazy stuff like this with genes. How funny you think it looks like warts. Would you ever try a taste of this crazy vegeatable?
I heard a show on the radio about a gene scientist who has created ecoli bacteria that produce petroleum as waste product! And another group of scientists that have been able to make ecoli that smells like banana!

Meatpie
27-10-08, 11:36 PM
Now I wouldn't try that.

That aint normal aint natural.

JMsidious
28-10-08, 08:41 AM
http://www.all-creatures.org/recipes/images/i-asparagus.jpg

Asparagus - the best out there!

http://www.thecampingjournal.com/FOOD/PHOTOS/Ingredient%20Photos/Broccolini.jpg

Broccolini - Tastes like a broccoli and asparagus mix. GREAT with cheese.


http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/3/3d/Nopal_cacti_in_Merced.JPG/320px-Nopal_cacti_in_Merced.JPG
Nopales - pricly pear cactus - like okra in texture and cucumber in taste. Very good in cold salad.

Meatpie
28-10-08, 08:45 AM
great pics and desciption, I should try Nopales, never heard of it.

Art Of War
19-09-13, 10:45 AM
Meat Pie

Recommend you start a new thread on cooking