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I bought some lamb on sale yesterday. I usually make a stew like the one in the pic but I was thinking of doing a really authentic Irish stew.
Has anyone had this? It is just lamb, water, salt, potato, and onion. It sounds like it could be really plain and a waste of good lamb, but I'd like to eat a rustic meal and see how it goes.
Comments or suggestions?
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I ordered "chow mein" from my local chinese place and it tastes great. So I wanted to figure out how to make it myself, and I look it up online and all the recipes include noodles. The shit I got only had like cabbage, onion, bamboo chutes, maybe some other vegetables, and they were all steamed to softness and they acted like noodles all in some white sauce. Then I got shrimp in it, and it included the crunchy noodles to go ontop.
Basically what I'm asking is- what do you call this? Is it really chow mein and does anyone know how to make it?
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This is a fucking gem from North Coast (Makers of Old Rasputin). I get it for 4.99/4pk, making it a super-affordable, high quality belgian golden. I like it more than Duvel and its way less than half the price at 1.25/bottle and 7.5%abv.
Any good beer recommendations, /ck/? I have tried just about every style and have been on a kick of belgians and sours, now looking for cheap, great finds. All styles welcome.
Also, beer general.
>implying everyone has the same tastes
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I've no time to prepare ready meals of the essential things one should eat every day (food pyramid).
Uni and work leaves barely any time to put anything together.
Really don't mind if it tastes like shit, but I'd rather not feel like shit due to eating terribly unhealthily all the time.
Is there anyway I could clump together say the daily amount of dairy, grains, oils, veggies and fruits, nuts, etc., into some sort of goulash or shake or stew or something at least so I'm able to ingest it all?