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    (Original post by godivaontherocks)
    That sounds insanely good, like something I'd ask for my last meal. I'd probably have twice-baked/loaded potatoes with it.
    Yeah really good. A bit sick of steak if honest as he always gives it me, but can't complain! Never ever have it at restaurants for that reason.
    I would have this fillet steak my dad cooks with blue Stilton and king prawns on the top (steak louie or something). Honestly nicest thing I have eaten.
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    (Original post by godivaontherocks)
    Sounds like something straight out of Game of Thrones.
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    Yeah really good. A bit sick of steak if honest as he always gives it me, but can't complain! Never ever have it at restaurants for that reason.
    I would have this fillet steak my dad cooks with blue Stilton and king prawns on the top (steak louie or something). Honestly nicest thing I have eaten.
    Wow that sounds so gourmet. I'm not even usually a fan of blue cheese but I'm sure I'd dig that. I love king prawns too. My parents are Mauritian so I'm used to eating a lot of seafood. Tropical island and all that. Anything with seafood is my cup of tea.

    I can't believe you're sick of eating steak though! Swap lives with me?
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    I had some chicken satay skewers and Singaporean fried rice. Omnomnom.
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    (Original post by godivaontherocks)
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    save it for later btw I was joking about the blood
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    I had some BBQ marinated chicken breasts with rice, broccoli and mixed veg. Bro-meal/10
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    (Original post by godivaontherocks)
    Wow that sounds so gourmet. I'm not even usually a fan of blue cheese but I'm sure I'd dig that. I love king prawns too. My parents are Mauritian so I'm used to eating a lot of seafood. Tropical island and all that. Anything with seafood is my cup of tea.

    I can't believe you're sick of eating steak though! Swap lives with me?
    Hahaha. Only if you promise to do this coursework I'm staring at
    Feel quite hungry now, in spite of my far too well fed day.
    Love sea food too. Whats Mauritian food like?
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    Pasta bake. Made with tomatoes, peppers, beans, lentils, and a bit of basil.

    Grated some cheese on top and had with garlic bread. Delicious.

    Took about 15 minutes to prepare.

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    (Original post by Ahmed766)
    save it for later btw I was joking about the blood
    I figured that part was a joke. Either that or you drank red wine with dinner. Did you really eat roast duck and veggies?
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    (Original post by hellodave5)
    Hahaha. Only if you promise to do this coursework I'm staring at
    Feel quite hungry now, in spite of my far too well fed day.
    Love sea food too. Whats Mauritian food like?
    Lol I guess I could do that. But you'd have to do my dissertation for me!
    Did I get you stomach going? Sorry!
    Mauritian food is quite similar to creole cuisine in the US. It's a real mix of influences from Europe, China, India, Africa. Just like the people there. But they've adapted all the recipes to use local 'tropical island' ingredients and they're quite big on frugal eating. So perfect for broke uni students! Most of the recipes I can probably make from store-cupboard ingredients.
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    (Original post by godivaontherocks)
    I figured that part was a joke. Either that or you drank red wine with dinner. Did you really eat roast duck and veggies?
    Yeah, it's one of my favourite dishes. I gotta say though I felt a bit bad eating the duck... Don't know why but these vegetarians have started to influence and this isn't a good thing.
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    (Original post by godivaontherocks)
    Lol I guess I could do that. But you'd have to do my dissertation for me!
    Did I get you stomach going? Sorry!
    Mauritian food is quite similar to creole cuisine in the US. It's a real mix of influences from Europe, China, India, Africa. Just like the people there. But they've adapted all the recipes to use local 'tropical island' ingredients and they're quite big on frugal eating. So perfect for broke uni students! Most of the recipes I can probably make from store-cupboard ingredients.
    Whats your dissertation on?
    Fun essay on phantom limbs for me.
    Definitely got my stomach going!
    That sounds amazing! I love variation and loads of flavor in food and simplicity, so that sounds ideal!
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    (Original post by Ahmed766)
    Yeah, it's one of my favourite dishes. I gotta say though I felt a bit bad eating the duck... Don't know why but these vegetarians have started to influence and this isn't a good thing.
    How comes? Did you feel sorry for the duck or just a little grossed out that you were eating an animal? I get that. I sometimes feel that way before I roast a chicken. Something odd and awful about that sorry looking chicken corpse. And I kill them myself so...
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    (Original post by godivaontherocks)
    How comes? Did you feel sorry for the duck or just a little grossed out that you were eating an animal? I get that. I sometimes feel that way before I roast a chicken. Something odd and awful about that sorry looking chicken corpse. And I kill them myself so...
    Just thought of the duck and how it may have been a baby a few months ago.... Baby ducks are really cute and I just felt really bad but I kept eating. I hate vegetarians, I can never become one myself because I don't eat rice or pasta much at all so it would be really hard..
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    (Original post by hellodave5)
    Whats your dissertation on?
    Fun essay on phantom limbs for me.
    Definitely got my stomach going!
    That sounds amazing! I love variation and loads of flavor in food and simplicity, so that sounds ideal!
    Its about concert life and society in 18th century Europe.
    Yeah if you're looking for variation, Mauritian food is definitely the way to go!
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    (Original post by Ahmed766)
    Just thought of the duck and how it may have been a baby a few months ago.... Baby ducks are really cute and I just felt really bad but I kept eating. I hate vegetarians, I can never become one myself because I don't eat rice or pasta much at all so it would be really hard..
    I just wouldn't be able to function without meat. All my favourite food either has meat or seafood. But I get what you mean. It's still kinda sad to eat another animal. I feel that way sometimes about eating venison.
    I just think of Bambi...
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    (Original post by godivaontherocks)
    What was in the stew?
    Beef, carrots, potatoes and dumplings
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    (Original post by godivaontherocks)
    I just wouldn't be able to function without meat. All my favourite food either has meat or seafood. But I get what you mean. It's still kinda sad to eat another animal. I feel that way sometimes about eating venison.
    I just think of Bambi...
    Today I had meatballs, peas, carrots, potatoes and damn. That was good.
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    Scampi, chips and onion rings

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