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    Quote Originally Posted by Zofia View Post
    I am sad to hear of your sister’s predicament. I was not a big fan of fast food but ever since my weight issues I am encouraged to eat it occasionally. Germany does not allowed GMO or Antibiotic Chicken if I recall correct.

    I personally do not like fast food chicken or fish. I stick to burger or pizza for a treat.

    I have also tried to make the Korean pickled food called Kimchi. Half Korean half German friend from school introduced me to this food it is very delicious and easy to make just takes times. I think perhaps your Father would love it’s taste.
    Ah no, that was my sister's friend.

    Thanks for Kimchi suggestion! I've heard about Kimchi, but I never tried them myself. I'll mention them to my dad will see if he ever had Kimchi.


    Ive just searched Kimchi on the internet, and they look really good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zofia View Post
    I made a Beef & Ale pie for dinner with honey roasted veg (carrot, baby potatoes, broccoli, corn cobs) with mash potatoes also for Father. Mother has not eaten much lately as things are not so optimistic health wise with her cancer. However today we are blessed she ate half of the whole pie I would say and much if the sides.

    I have the happiest feeling will make another pie in a few days see how well she eats.

    <3 Ich liebe dich Mutter <3
    I am sorry to hear about your mother's poor health and I hope she gets well soon.


    Now you can take it or leave it, it's up to you of course, but it's likely that raw vegetables can help. I've seen it mentioned by several people who were diagnosed with cancer, and also my good friend once told me that she new someone who cured their cancer just with raw beetroots and carrots, probably meaning they ate a lot of them, or perhaps exclusively only those two vegetables and nothing else, now I'm sorry I didn't ask her for details.

    There's a blog of a guy who had cancer and he's not the only one who writes about it and the benefits of vegetables as well https://foodrevolution.org/blog/cancer-fighting-foods/ Although, carrots seems to be pretty low on the scale of benefits according to the information he's got. Possibly it was beetroots that helped.. anyway beetroots are extremely good for improving bad blood and red cell count, that's actually for anyone who wants to improve their blood.
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    Thick layer of cream cheese slathered onto one of these and warmed. Delicious!
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    I’m alone in the house for a few days, so I got one of those gizmos that make breakfast sandwiches like Mickey D’s. It works, somewhat to my surprise! I made mine just like the picture with an English muffin, cheddar cheese, Canadian bacon, and a medium egg.

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    Still alone in the house. Ordered for delivery, only my second time aside from pizza. Yellow chicken Thai curry with onions, potatoes, and carrots along with rice – nicely spicy. Also crab Rangoon, served with a sweet dipping sauce of a color not found in nature. If I die from it, at least I’ll have a smile on my face.


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    we had some Sushi and i made one of those PAN PAN PAN ....PAN pizzas one views on TV

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    well i felt i was right back in good old Pittsburgh, Pa. a local favorite is "chipped Chopped" ham sliced super thin on a meat slicer(gota b realllllllll thin) then mixed with a BBQ sauce and heated till nice and hot and served on a bun. but back in the day when money was low 2 slices of white bread (town talk white in the 'burgh). as Ray Ray says...."YUMO"

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    My wife made a fine schnitzel dinner tonight! She pounded the **** out of a boneless pork chop, breaded it, and fried it in butter. She served it on mashed potatoes, smothered in a tasty cream and parsley gravy with lots of sliced mushrooms.

    Did I mention that it was very tasty?


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    A fine afternoon snack. Makes me feel like a kid again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KenOC View Post
    My wife made a fine schnitzel dinner tonight! She pounded the **** out of a boneless pork chop, breaded it, and fried it in butter. She served it on mashed potatoes, smothered in a tasty cream and parsley gravy with lots of sliced mushrooms.

    Did I mention that it was very tasty?
    I would like your post but I had a bad experience with a mushroom omelette once and now the thought of mushrooms as food is revolting to me!
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    wow! so at our 55 community we had a "pot luck pasta" day. heck only 2 of us showed some one made "stuffed shells" and i made "fettuccine carbonara " asked a few others to join us and a couple of people did join us for lunch!

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    Sandwich. Sliced deli ham, Swiss cheese, cut pickle, Dijon mustard, and some mayo. On Wonder bread! (Some in my family call that "air bread," but without air we'd all die, right? )


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    Gazpacho Soup - I make my own. Always served chilled with croutons (optional).

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    Got a bag of cheese curds in Amish country in Ohio last week, so am finishing them off now.


    Here is the specific product I have. Hilarious that after the ingredients list, the first item of which is milk, they have to add the warning that this product "contains milk." People with lactose intolerance must have sued someone over cheese before, eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krummhorn View Post
    Gazpacho Soup - I make my own. Always served chilled with croutons (optional).
    we also made a "Fruit Gazpacho"

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