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  • #344789

    Anonymous

    So, what are you eating or what did you have for dinner today?

    #405486

    Anonymous

    potato pirohi

    #405487

    Anonymous

    Krokiety with vegetables :) It's a pancake filled with chopped vegetables and champignons, dipped in scrambled egg and bread crumbs, fried on a pan:

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    #405488

    Anonymous

    Both sound very good.  I'm having ham, rice and spinach.  Just a little of each.  Some pirohi sounds good.  I had some last week.  There is a little hole in the wall place here that is owned by a group of young Polish girls and they make very good food.  The girls are also quiet easy on the eyes. 

    #405489

    Anonymous

    I had mashrooms, paprika and rice. And noodle with potatos.
    Today started Nativity lent.

    #405490

    Anonymous

    No meat or dairy for you correct?  I admire your faith and dedication!

    #405491

    Anonymous

    Last night I ate Indian bread with Pepsi.

    #405492

    Anonymous
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    No meat or dairy for you correct?  I admire your faith and dedication!

    Ehm, it is not to big deal. Milions of people worldwide are fasting.

    #405493

    Anonymous

    Greek coffee and a slice of pumpkin pie. :P

    #405494

    Anonymous

    Didn't know pumpkin pie was popular in Macedonia.  I had chicken soup and some toast 

    #405495

    Anonymous

    Chicken Burritos, Chocolate Chip Cookiees, Gummies, Sweet Chili and Sourcream Chips, Coffee Crisp Ice Cream.  Of course I am very health conscious, so to drink with this I had Diet. Coca Cola.

    #405496

    Anonymous

    There is such a thing as coffee crisp ice cream?

    #405497

    Anonymous

    I am stuck with eating crap from the college canteen :(

    #405498

    Anonymous
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    I am stuck with eating crap from the college canteen :(

    Little joys of college life. When I was student, food in Belgrade dorms was pretty decent, and cheap. Due to budget sudbies, for one euro, you could by lunch and dinner.
    Altough, sometimes they were persistant with same food, so we are offten going to other dorms for change.

    #405499

    Anonymous

    I ate segedin with bread and polenta. I love it. :)
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