What are you eating or cooking?


#911


don’t know if I should cook it, or…


#912


:slight_smile:


#913

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#914

@misterkiller, that gave me a good belly laugh, thank you :joy::joy::joy::grin:


#915

I was laughing hard myself :slight_smile:


#916

Yesterday I ate this. It’s awesome. I never remember its name. I think it a dessert from northern Europe, maybe danish because in Copenhagen I saw a lot of pastry shop with this. In Italy it’s difficult to find it.


#917

Only had a bone stuck once, salmon, got well and truly lodged in there and the bread thing didn’t work. Still love salmon but I’m a bit pickier about fish these days!

@SeanBernowicz your stuff looks good, wish I had time to do that.


#918

That’s the most worse thing about fish. No matter how you careful, those little prickly bones get stuck in the most unreachable places. But I love fish no matter what


#919

Some Ukrainian bread, knish

And some poppyseed roll


#920

They are indeed Danish. It’s called a flødebolle, it means a Creambun. Also they are awesome.


#921

Thank you. I love them. When I was a child they were sold in supermarket and I used to buy them. But now it’s rare finding them. Yesterday I ate flødeball in a chocolate fair in Bari and obviously I bought


#922


#923

Strange combination but it was really good.


#924

St. Patrick’s Meal this Sunday


#925

Liver with fava beans and a nice Chianti.


#926

That’s not until next Sunday


#927

Yes I know. I’ll do it again next Sunday!!


#928

I wish patties day wasn’t so crazy in Chicago. Boston and Chicago are the biggest towns for it. From what I have read it’s more of a family holiday in Ireland. We just make it a booze festival. The same with true with Cinco de Mayo. I don’t know what’s a bigger shit show, patties day in Chicago or Cindo de Drinco in San Diego.


#929

Made fried rice with beef, carrots, brocollie and portobello mushroom today for lunch.


#930

Mate, that looks fit :star_struck: