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Old 01-11-2016, 06:59 PM   #11
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Tonight I am taking gourmet to the next level!!!!! For starters is some celery with pimento cheese from a jar. The main dish will be canned green beans with some cut up leftover ham steak and a cube of bullion. Dessert will be some grapes and a twinkle.




Please do not beat me.............
No beating here....serve those up on pretty plates and there ya go!
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Old 01-11-2016, 07:01 PM   #12
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No beating here....serve those up on pretty plates and there ya go!


Well thank you. I had a long day at work and feel lazy. eat what you have right.
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Old 01-11-2016, 07:09 PM   #13
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Well thank you. I had a long day at work and feel lazy. eat what you have right.
Exactly! Your menu sounds pretty good to me.
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Old 01-11-2016, 07:13 PM   #14
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Well thank you. I had a long day at work and feel lazy. eat what you have right.

You had me at pimento cheese! My elegant repast last night was movie popcorn with faux butter. As you can see, we are all gourmands...
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Old 01-11-2016, 07:26 PM   #15
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You had me at pimento cheese! My elegant repast last night was movie popcorn with faux butter. As you can see, we are all gourmands...


Lol every so often I make pimento cheese. The stuff in a jar is yummy to though..........
Yesterday for lunch I had popcorn with the spray faux butter and a little garlic salt.
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Lol every so often I make pimento cheese. The stuff in a jar is yummy to though..........
Yesterday for lunch I had popcorn with the spray faux butter and a little garlic salt.

Love the stuff in the jar, and you get a free glass!

We throw the word "faux" around here a lot. Just to show folks how classy we are, and that we speak good French really good.
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Love the stuff in the jar, and you get a free glass!

We throw the word "faux" around here a lot. Just to show folks how classy we are, and that we speak good French really good.
Lol have a good evening. Its time for sleep here. BTW my real name is Matthew. I can't consistently get here, but I like this board. There are some good people here!
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I am in Kayelle's camp right now, low carb, fat and sugar for awhile...
so here's what I made for our supper.
I found this adorable tiny Cauliflower and thought I'd give it another shot,
both DH and I DO NOT care for it, but my mantra in the past few years has been, try it cooked a different way.
I roasted the florets in olive oil and garlic then finished it with S&P a a grate of Grana Padano, DELISH!
Along side is leftover roast Turkey Breast, Zucchini and some steamed Rapini.
NO dessert, wah!
No wine :sob:
I'll live...
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That looks delish Kgirl, but don't despair. I'll never give up my vino as it only has 2 carbs per glass.
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That looks delish Kgirl, but don't despair. I'll never give up my vino as it only has 2 carbs per glass.
I WISH I could have a glass (or three ),
but alas, I am not allowed on this diet, I mean different way of eating... it's only for 6 weeks at a time, 6 on, 6 off, 6 on, etc. until you reach your goal... see the thing is that I WAS at my goal and then, well, you've seen my posts
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