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Old 11-05-2008, 12:44 AM   #61
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for lunch today, I had two apples sliced with cinnamon on them.
two slices of skim milk mozzarella cheese.
1/4 cup red beans which are cooking for dinner but "had to test" them for taste right?
chocolate cherry diet Dr. Pepper, so good, I can't stand it!
WHERE did you get the choco cherry dr. pepper? My hubby and I havent been able to find it forever. We bought several flats of it from the dollar store in town because we didnt know when we'd see them again!
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Old 11-05-2008, 06:40 PM   #62
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no brekkie today, black coffee only, starved after taking mom to her 4 hour geriatric apt.
took her to baco tell and had one green bean burrito and a smart water.
I haven't had one of those since startin ww.
it was so good.
mom had some fancy taco thingie and a bottle of CG
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Old 11-05-2008, 06:58 PM   #63
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I ate bratwurst for lunch. I grilled it on my George Foreman, fried some onion, got out a nice french roll from the freezer, thawed it and gently toasted it on the grill, added some mustard and enjoyed it immensely. Now I only have 50 more to go! (reference to another thread).
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Old 11-07-2008, 10:47 AM   #64
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Panini - roasted chicken breast from the deli with gruyere and dill cheese on Italian bread.
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Old 11-07-2008, 11:16 AM   #65
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I got tired of shorti's from Wawa so I picked up an array of different Campells Chunky soups from Target. Under $1.50 per can. Got a big ol box of oyster crackers and some Easy Mac.

Today is NE Clam.
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Old 11-07-2008, 03:28 PM   #66
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soy yogurt.
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Old 11-07-2008, 04:20 PM   #67
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Today's lunch - Home made spinach dip on corn thins with thinly sliced sirloin roast!
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Old 11-07-2008, 06:34 PM   #68
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just back from Nishiki's sushi bar here in Vancouver.
I don't know what I had to eat, but as always, it was very good.
Alex is the manager there and is wonderful.
Very kind, very helpful to me who knows nothing about sushi [ordering it I mean].
the best news is, I have the other half for dinner tonight.
so I think it was spicy tuna and California rolls and rice, miso soup, hot green tea with honey and edemame with soy.
I am pleased to have eaten there on this day.......

footnote: this is Georgia font, italic, and size 3. can anyone tell me if it's okay to read or if it appears too small. on my computer it looks perfect in size...
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Old 11-07-2008, 06:54 PM   #69
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just back from Nishiki's sushi bar here in Vancouver.
I don't know what I had to eat, but as always, it was very good.
Alex is the manager there and is wonderful.
Very kind, very helpful to this Coleen who knows nothing about sushi [ordering it I mean].
the best news is, I have the other half for dinner tonight.
so I think it was spicy tuna and California rolls and rice, miso soup, hot green tea with honey and edemame with soy.
I am pleased to have eaten there on this day.......

footnote: this is Georgia font, italic, and size 3. can anyone tell me if it's okay to read or if it appears too small. on my computer it looks perfect in size...
I think your lunch AND your font are perfect!!!!!!
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Old 11-07-2008, 06:57 PM   #70
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I think your lunch AND your font are perfect!!!!!!
thanks Kathe.......................
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