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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by iGary, Jun 22, 2006.
Consists of what?
Sesame Chicken combo.
And a scolding from the woman.
Kung Pao Shrimp
Hot and Sour Soup
Orange chicken with low mein noodles
or some form of sweet and sour dish
or some form of crispy beef and rice.
Don't forget the fortune cookie!
Sweet and Sour Chicken or Cashew Chicken
Vegetable Fried Rice
Two fish (one large), two bags of chips, and scraps. Liberally doused in salt and vinegar before they're wrapped.
Almost the same, except change the chicken to vegetable low mein or general's chicken
Vegetable spring rolls, with dark soy sauce.
Chicken, bamboo shoots, water chestnuts, bean sprouts in an oyster sauce, with boiled rice.
I said Chinese, not Pakistani.
Spooky, I just ordered chinese for the first time in months a minute ago and thought I'd check new post before heading out to collect it.
Crispy duck pancakes.
Scratchings mate, not scraps... I forgot how weird you Yorkshire lot are... heh.
Batches too... not baps. heheh.
Kungpao Chicken (extra spicy)
Hot and Sour Soup
My local Chinese restaurants aren't great.
In town, I go for crispy duck or steamed dumplings and then fillet steak in black pepper sauce.
See, I read your question as Chinese carry out or (as in other) take away...
Can't remember last time I had a Chinese take away. And Pakistani?
I prefer Thai actually.
Spicy papaya salad (made vegetarian - so no fish sauce, no dried shrimp) and a tofu satay. Plus some rice if I'm really hungry.
mmmmm, I'm hungry now... *picks up phone*...
Chinese isn't as veggie-friendly but tofu in black-bean sauce with rice or a mushroom chow mein or something like that would do, as long as it's not too greasy and has none of that MSG crap in it.
(yes, I'm a fussy eater)
Nah... scratchings are what you get off pigs. And you're right, they're not baps they're breadcakes.
Ah, I meant Chinese Carry Out (American)/Take Away (My British Friends)...
I say Pakistani because most times I got fish and chips in England the place appeared to be owned by Pakistanis - and the food was awesome.
I thought they were 'barm cakes' oop north
chicken fried rice or some sort of noodle dish
sesame chicken or crispy beef
from Li Ho Food in China Town in DC. they only take cash. best in the city.
My son and I have an almost weekly tradition:
Chicken with Broccoli (although Tuesday, it was Roast Pork/Broccoli)
Pork Fried Rice
The nice thing is leftovers for work the following day.
2 egg rolls, one order steamed pork dumplings, beef chow foon (no veg, extra spicy). $15.72 at the Chinese place on the ground floor of the building I live in.
Shrimp fried rice and crab rangoon.
Chicken LoMein, no vegtables
Nope, that's what they call them on the other side of the Pennines. They're breadcakes around here, although I'm not sure if that's the case across Yorkshire generally. When I was at university in Nottingham, I had to get used to calling my breadcakes 'cobs', though.
Egg roll, some Hot and Sour soup, an order of General Tso's chicken, and some pork fried rice...
Dang that sounds tasty. Way better than the lousy ham sandwich I'm eating now...