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Old 01-30-2012, 08:43 PM   #31
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And they have great fries!!!!!
Ask for them double fried if you like them crispy! They don't mind! Best fries around.
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Old 01-30-2012, 08:48 PM   #32
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They have just started appearing in my area.

What, do you feel, makes them special or unique?
Probably traveled there on the MS.
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Old 01-30-2012, 09:31 PM   #33
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i had spinach (raw) with white beans, purple onion and hard boiled egg, sliced. used my own oriental dressing. i am full. oh yeah, had a few whole wheat crackers. ten pounds my friends , ten pounds
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Hash brown casserole with kielbasa and bacon.
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Old 01-30-2012, 10:08 PM   #35
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i had spinach (raw) with white beans, purple onion and hard boiled egg, sliced. used my own oriental dressing. i am full. oh yeah, had a few whole wheat crackers. ten pounds my friends , ten pounds

Yea!!!!! Great job, Babe!
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Old 01-30-2012, 10:25 PM   #36
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i had spinach (raw) with white beans, purple onion and hard boiled egg, sliced. used my own oriental dressing. i am full. oh yeah, had a few whole wheat crackers. ten pounds my friends , ten pounds
Good for you, Babe! Yay!!!
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Old 01-30-2012, 10:55 PM   #37
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i had spinach (raw) with white beans, purple onion and hard boiled egg, sliced. used my own oriental dressing. i am full. oh yeah, had a few whole wheat crackers. ten pounds my friends , ten pounds
Wow Babe, you are an inspiration. You go Girl!
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I am finally feeling better and able to both cook and eat!
For lunch I made Italian Sausage Soup. It was really awesome and easy. I didn't go by their simmer times because I like my veggies tender crisp so just went by that. DH agreed so this will become part of our menu plan!

For dinner I am doing shrimp and mushroom egg foo yung and honey garlic riblets. I will probably do some steamed rice with it as well.
Well, I did it! I made the soup and the egg foo yung - didn't get the rice and riblets done, but the foo yung was very filling!

I also did 20 laps (300 meters) of water walking at the YMCA pool and visited Dad. Most I have accomplished in one day in a very long time!
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Old 01-31-2012, 01:07 AM   #39
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dw made a london broil, nuked spuds, and a can o' corn.

she asked me how to actually broil the london broil instead of grilling or pan fry/roasting it, so i remembered my mom's advice from the first time that i made one many years ago. without even seeing the hunk o' beef, i repeated mom's words, "8 minutes a side in the middle slot of the broiler. just one flip, and don't mess around with it."

it came out perfect. i still don't know how my mom gets everything just right everytime, even years after the fact.
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i had spinach (raw) with white beans, purple onion and hard boiled egg, sliced. used my own oriental dressing. i am full. oh yeah, had a few whole wheat crackers. ten pounds my friends , ten pounds
Fantastic!

Keep up the good work!

Congratulations babe!
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