Posted by: learningwoman | May 5, 2008

What did you eat last night?

Or more specifically, what did you eat for dinner last night?

 I’m not talking about what your favourite food is, although I’m happy to hear about that too. I’m more interested in what you actually had as your evening meal.

Why? Because I’m curious, that’s why. 🙂



  1. I didn’t feel like cooking, and son ate a personal pizza. Husband was on his own.

    I had tuna fish on matzoh. I make little tuna sandwiches with it. Yum!

  2. here via WordPress tag: random…

    Two chocolate milkshakes – made at home.

  3. We always do very simple meals on Sunday nights. So my husband and I had tuna sandwiches and the girls had quesadillas. We had some fresh veggies on the side (carrots and broccoli).

  4. Don’t laugh… We had Cheeseburger Macaroni Hamburger Helper! My friends laugh at me for my love of the HH. When I was single, I made it all the time. But I haven’t had it in about a year and it was on sale, so there you go. We also had corn on the cob… YUM!

  5. Ummm…. I had ice cream.

    Not normal fare for me, but I’d had a three-hour lunch out at the Four Seasons in Boston (very posh!), and was nowhere near ready to eat again at dinnertime. So I had ice cream at 10:00.

  6. hello all and thanks for the response. My curiosity is temporarily satisfied, although…..
    what’s Hamburger Helper? It sounds interesting and I’ve heard of it before but I don’t know what it is.
    I do know about tuna, matzoh, quesadillas, milkshakes and ice cream though….yum 🙂

  7. Hamburger Helper is a kit of sorts. They usually have some pasta noodles and a ‘flavor packet’ and directions to add milk and/or water. So you cook up your hamburger, add the noodles, flavor and milk/water and stir till the noodles are ready. They have a ton of different kinds: lasagne, cheeseburger macaroni, stroganoff, etc. and there is even Chicken Helper (the same concept). It isn’t the best dinner in the world, but sometimes it sure hits the spot!

  8. Thanks jenefur, I’ve always wanted to know and somehow hadn’t got around to looking it up. 🙂

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