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I am super craving sushi after your post. Salmon is my absolute favorite and avocado just nourishes my soul lol.
 

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I do not eat any seafood, so that is literally my nightmare. But I can appreciate the artistry of it!

I do like Sushi - just like, vegetarian sushi or the places that will add teriyaki chicken in a roll. I really love rolls with cucumber and avocado.
 

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I've been loving my slow cooker and rice cooker lately. I've been trying to cut back and lose some of the lockdown pounds, so have been trying to make tasty alternatives to takeaway food. Although they're probably still not what I'd call healthy, fakeaways make a nice Friday treat to keep one motivated!


So I made meat to make kebabs (I think it might be called a shawarma in the US, but not sure). Basically just lamb and spices mixed together.

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I made a Chinese fakeaway which was chicken curry (if you can get your hands on Mayflower curry powder I definitely recommend, it's amazing!), rice cooker egg rice and homemade fries.

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And finally, this Friday I made a slow cooker jambalaya. This was delicious and really quite simple to make!

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Haven't been able to cook in a while, but tomorrow will be chicken tikka masala with rice and steamed broccoli
 

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I love some good Indian food. We do not have a lot of Indian food near me, so I never had ANY until my first time I went to London at about 22. Now, I can travel 20 minutes and get some good stuff, but it is great to hear people making it. I find it really difficult to get the spices right unless I use the premade sauces which feels like a cheat!

Tonight, I will be making Roquefort and Balsamic stuffed Portabella Mushrooms and a Feta/Cucumber Salad, so should be a nice treat!
 

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@UniqTeas I have a pretty strong stomach, but I always get a nasty feeling the day after eating Indian food. Which is strange considering I can eat very spicy Chinese food without any problems. I guess it could have something to do with the incredibly large portions they usually serve in their kitchens, combined with all the cream, butter and yogurth. I'm not lactose intolerant but that is sometimes too much.
 

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Chicken, spinach, spaghetti, garlic and cheese. Wasn't horrific, rather tasty actually.
 
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I've been making bone broth/meat scrap stew. It's mostly fatty pieces of beef other family members are too picky to eat and saved up chicken wing bones/meat scraps/etc. Basically just throw it all in a pot, cover with water, add some vinegar to get the minerals out of the bones, and then let it simmer for 10 hours, periodically adding more water as needed.
 
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