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Old 01-13-2014, 10:35 PM   #11
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Open faced turkey sandwiches with stuffing and gravy.
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Old 01-13-2014, 10:41 PM   #12
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We ate out because my doctor's appointment was at 5:15 pm. We went to McDonalds but I just had a salad as I am now totally restricted to no fat until after the surgery.
Did you get a date for the surgery?
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Old 01-13-2014, 11:29 PM   #13
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The documents are signed. I just have to call his main office tomorrow for the date. He works in Vancouver but comes out in the evenings and takes appointments near the hospital it will be done at.
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Old 01-14-2014, 12:11 AM   #14
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Open faced turkey sandwiches with stuffing and gravy.
Oh yum! Only problem is I would have to hold the gravy and stuffing.
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Old 01-14-2014, 02:01 AM   #15
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Finally cooked something - Himself ran out of leftovers and I'm getting tired of BART. We had small chicken breasts, rice, and he had corn/I had peas. I made a nice fruit salad for dessert. He amped his bowl up with ice cream. I've been freezing with the few calories I've been ingesting so I just sprinkled my fruit with cinnamon.

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....Interestingly, a half carton ice cream takes up as much space as a whole carton, yet is not considered a "leftover" > will have to ponder this by the spoonful later tonight.
Whisk, our son came up with a novel but great idea. The cartons we usually buy are drum-shaped. When a carton is about half-gone you take your kitchen shears and cut the carton, shortening it by half. Put the lid back on, strap on a couple rubber bands, and voila! a shorter carton. The ice cream seems to stay a bit fresher too with eliminating that air space. In the winter, when we eat less ice cream, I usually put a layer of plastic film on top the ice cream to seal it off even better.
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Dirty rice and collards.
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Asian turkey and mushroom croquettes with ginger scallion/cucumber noodle salad. Sweet chili dip on the side for the croquettes. Very yummy...and lunch is sorted for today since we had leftovers.
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