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Unread post What did you have for breakfast/lunch/dinner? (time diffs)
after Achernar asked what i was makin for dinner the husband thought it would be a good idea to post a topic on what everyone had for dinner. me? i don't have a job in the world so i decided to start it for him. :p

so i'm recovering from super bad alabama sickness and didn't have much energy to cook so i just made some broccoli tuna helper and baked some veggie meat chicken parmesan style. then we had some chocolate chip toffee pecan cookies for desert. cookies that were supposed to go to noreaga and achernar. its nothing personal they are just delicious and get eaten before they can be sent. sorry.

so what did everyone else have for dinner?

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lol this is 1 funny topic


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Unread post Re: What did you have for dinner?
well its breakfast time now but for dinner i had a sandwhich dats all :)


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well its breakfast time now but for dinner i had a sandwhich dats all :)


lol u tryna lose weight honey.. just joking,, i dont feel like eating sometyms 2


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Unread post Re: What did you have for dinner?
hey you wouldn't say that if you'd seen some of the sandwiches i'm capable of making. if i had some sliced turkey, lettuce and onions, turkey bacon, ahhhhhhh...... turkey club with hummus..... MMMMMMmmmmmmm...... filling....

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Rasulollah (pbuhaf) said: "Help your brother, whether he is an oppressor or he is oppressed."

Then a man asked Rasulollah (pbuhaf): "I will help him if he is oppressed. But if he is the oppressor, how can I help him!?"

Rasulollah (pbuhaf) said: "You stop him from his oppression, for in that is help for him."

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Sahih al-Bukhari, Vol. 3, #623


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:lol: :lol: :lol: so you fancy yourself as a good cook huh well well let the battle commence


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Unread post Re: What did you have for dinner?
I had to attend a dinner party... I can never properly eat at dinner parties, plus this place didnt have such good food. Guess I should go make myself a sandwich now at 3 am :roll:


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:lol: :lol: :lol: so you fancy yourself as a good cook huh well well let the battle commence

that's the least bloody battle battle ever! noone gets hurt unless they enjoy the food too much. lol

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Rasulollah (pbuhaf) said: "Help your brother, whether he is an oppressor or he is oppressed."

Then a man asked Rasulollah (pbuhaf): "I will help him if he is oppressed. But if he is the oppressor, how can I help him!?"

Rasulollah (pbuhaf) said: "You stop him from his oppression, for in that is help for him."

Anas bin Malik (r)

Sahih al-Bukhari, Vol. 3, #623


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Haha oh I love topics about foooooooood :P
Like Muslimgal its breakfast time here aswell but for dinner I had to eat chapateeees :lol: , cos mum forced me tu but it was with KEEMAAA , which was delicioussssssss!
Now I'm off to have my breakkyy ;)
(you shud open another topic askin what every1 has for breakfast :P)


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Unread post Re: What did you have for breakfast/lunch/dinner? (time diff
yeah..... or i could just edit the topic. lol

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Rasulollah (pbuhaf) said: "Help your brother, whether he is an oppressor or he is oppressed."

Then a man asked Rasulollah (pbuhaf): "I will help him if he is oppressed. But if he is the oppressor, how can I help him!?"

Rasulollah (pbuhaf) said: "You stop him from his oppression, for in that is help for him."

Anas bin Malik (r)

Sahih al-Bukhari, Vol. 3, #623


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Oh yee lol good idea ;)
& yeah I'm still here! lol
I'm really goin now, I'm gonna have tea with biscuits yummmeeeyy :D


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tea with biscuits..... and honey?

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Rasulollah (pbuhaf) said: "Help your brother, whether he is an oppressor or he is oppressed."

Then a man asked Rasulollah (pbuhaf): "I will help him if he is oppressed. But if he is the oppressor, how can I help him!?"

Rasulollah (pbuhaf) said: "You stop him from his oppression, for in that is help for him."

Anas bin Malik (r)

Sahih al-Bukhari, Vol. 3, #623


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muslimgal wrote:
well its breakfast time now but for dinner i had a sandwhich dats all :)


lol u tryna lose weight honey.. just joking,, i dont feel like eating sometyms 2




lol i wish i could but i cant (mum dnt let me),,,she says i'm perfectly fine :D

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Oh yee lol good idea ;)
& yeah I'm still here! lol
I'm really goin now, I'm gonna have tea with biscuits yummmeeeyy :D



i still havnt had my breakfast cnt b bothred.....i'm lukin 4 sum1 dat'll bring me breakfast in bed...any1 up for the job :D


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i still havnt had my breakfast cnt b bothred.....i'm lukin 4 sum1 dat'll bring me breakfast in bed...any1 up for the job :D


Hahaa, oh a wish someone would be kind enuf tu du that for me aswel :P


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tea with biscuits..... and honey?


Naa, no honey with the tea, I dont du dat :D, du yu?


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went to dinner bout 4 hours ago in our arab equivalent of little china.
went to a turkish restaurant n had the iskender (scuze spelling)...twas ok


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Unread post Re: What did you have for breakfast/lunch/dinner? (time diff
Made an awesome omlette for breakfast today

it included green/red peppers, thinly sliced and roasted garlic, onions, fresh Australian mushrooms, lebanese green olivs, and both Fontina and Gruyere cheese....

doctor and gym both tell me to have my biggest meal in the morning, so i take such advice seriously

I don't wanna brag or anything, but you would all be very lucky to taste a dish cooked by Achernahr :lol:

I am a master of cuisine... should I make a wake up project cooking show series? I'll leave that for you to decide

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achernahr wrote:
Made an awesome omlette for breakfast today

it included green/red peppers, thinly sliced and roasted garlic, onions, fresh Australian mushrooms, lebanese green olivs, and both Fontina and Gruyere cheese....

doctor and gym both tell me to have my biggest meal in the morning, so i take such advice seriously

I don't wanna brag or anything, but you would all be very lucky to taste a dish cooked by Achernahr :lol:

I am a master of cuisine... should I make a wake up project cooking show series? I'll leave that for you to decide



i'm an expert at making eggs (i aint bragging either...my sister tells me so)...actually its d only thing i can cook without killing myself
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went to dinner bout 4 hours ago in our arab equivalent of little china.
went to a turkish restaurant n had the iskender (scuze spelling)...twas ok


alizee er...wats a iskender?


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its a turkish dish, im afghan myself so please excuse me if i make any horrid descriptions of it. but basically its a plate of chicken mixed with sauces and yoghurt and turkish bread (the best bread) and its all sizzling when they bring it to you....it was very filling, so much so i had to go for a stroll up the street to compose myself then come back to mop it up haha

also word on the street is that achernahr is the muslim gordon ramsay without the foul mouth haha


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its a turkish dish, im afghan myself so please excuse me if i make any horrid descriptions of it. but basically its a plate of chicken mixed with sauces and yoghurt and turkish bread (the best bread) and its all sizzling when they bring it to you....it was very filling, so much so i had to go for a stroll up the street to compose myself then come back to mop it up haha

also word on the street is that achernahr is the muslim gordon ramsay without the foul mouth haha



dat dsnt sound very nice (u guys need to get more similes..one dats feeling sick)

:lol:


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HA! Gordan Ramsey got nothin on me!

And yes, I have a turkish/syrian restaurant across the street from my place... delectable food

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