Dinner is Served!

Pretty typical meal for me; fish, rice, veggies.

 

18 comments

  1. Mhm mhm, deeeeeelicious.

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  2. You must have a badass rice maker for that brown rice. What kind of fish is that?

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  3. So the dinner photos begin. Let us feast.

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  4. Zach:
    You must have a badass rice maker for that brown rice. What kind of fish is that?

    I do use a rice maker and it’s amazing! Fish is Tilapia

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  5. Did Milly cook it? Looks delicious though!

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  6. Can’t say I’ve ever heard of that fish but it does look pretty awesome.

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  7. Truly artistic image. The glittering and luscious fish, while using the rice as the base layer, really highlights the importance and dominance of the fish. In addition, the use of various types of food with differentiating colours, and the inclusion of the devilish red plate, creates a certain contrast that makes the image much more appealing. Also, the meticulous approach that you took with the artwork, especially evident on the fish, really takes it to another level. Monet ain’t got shit on you.

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  8. nice.
    quick question, what is the worst/creative/desperate lazy dinner you have ever had? ie my old housemate once ate a jar of olives when he couldnt be bothered to cook whilst another friend once ate left over easter eggs.

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  9. Looks nice, tilapia is so meh though. Then again I don’t like strong fish. That would be boss with some Basa; and speaking of boss, 7 internets awarded for having red plates.

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  10. You know Waldo, the last time you posted something food-related was quite a while ago, so I’m glad to see this. If you have any advice regarding healthy eating and how that ties in with working out (since I know from previous entries that you’re in to that sort of thing) I’m sure plenty of your fans would like to hear it, myself included.

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  11. con5crypt:
    nice.
    quick question, what is the worst/creative/desperate lazy dinner you have ever had? ie my old housemate once ate a jar of olives when he couldnt be bothered to cookwhilst another friend once ate left over easter eggs.

    lol. I’m legitimately at a loss of words regarding your housemates lazy meals.

    What I love about that meal is that it is lazy. I mean, it’s just rice that I made 2 days ago in a rice cooker followed by some steamed veggies and a piece of fish both of which take about 5-10m.

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  12. Logan W.:
    You know Waldo, the last time you posted something food-related was quite a while ago, so I’m glad to see this. If you have any advice regarding healthy eating and how that ties in with working out (since I know from previous entries that you’re in to that sort of thing) I’m sure plenty of your fans would like to hear it, myself included.

    Meals like this IMO are key to eating healthy and losing weight or staying in shape because they not only hit all the major food groups but are so easy to do. A big reason why so many of us turn to things like fast food, eating out, or microwave meals in general is straight up convenience. However, cooking just about anything involving chicken or fish is incredibly simple and done in literally ten minutes (including prep).

    I love great food along with everyone else in the world, but I don’t have the energy to prepare it so I sacrifice a bit of taste and presentation to make healthy yet quick and cheap meals. It’s less than ten bucks for a big bag of mixed frozen veggies, large bag of brown rice and a bag of skinless, frozen chicken breasts (or tilapia). Dinners for at least a week averaging $2 a meal.

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  13. We are still waiting for a picture of Waldo dude’s famous chili.

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  14. waldofood

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  15. Healthy meals ftw

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  16. WaldoDude: Meals like this IMO are key to eating healthy and losing weight or staying in shape because they not only hit all the major food groups but are so easy to do.A big reason why so many of us turn to things like fast food, eating out, or microwave meals in general is straight up convenience.However, cooking just about anything involving chicken or fish is incredibly simple and done in literally ten minutes (including prep).

    I love great food along with everyone else in the world, but I don’t have the energy to prepare it so I sacrifice a bit of taste and presentation to make healthy yet quick and cheap meals.It’s less than ten bucks for a big bag of mixed frozen veggies, large bag of brown rice and a bag of skinless, frozen chicken breasts (or tilapia).Dinners for at least a week averaging $2 a meal.

    Have you thought about just bulk cooking all your meals for the week on like sunday, and then just putting them in tupperwares so you can just reheat throughout the week? I know a lot of bodybuilders do this because they don’t have enough time to cook 5 meals a day along with going to the gym and working. Just some food for thought (hahaha………..)

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  17. Would you say that you enjoy this type of food more, or foods closer to the variety of Waldodudes famous chili?

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  18. Pyroroth: Have you thought about just bulk cooking all your meals for the week on like sunday, and then just putting them in tupperwares so you can just reheat throughout the week? I know a lot of bodybuilders do this because they don’t have enough time to cook 5 meals a day along with going to the gym and working. Just some food for thought (hahaha………..)

    Hah, yea know that’s a bit easier and I have thought about it but I’m not quite that hardcore.

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