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Old 11-19-2004, 02:08 AM   #61
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cookies and spagehetti. Then its off to bed.
Any Vodka to wash it down?
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Old 11-19-2004, 08:21 AM   #62
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I have apple wedges with peanut butter.
i see u like peanut butter a lot :) ...even on toast with bacon....the only thing i like that is made of peanut butter is a peanut butter jelly sandwich. :)
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I have apple wedges with peanut butter.
i see u like peanut butter a lot :) ...even on toast with bacon....the only thing i like that is made of peanut butter is a peanut butter jelly sandwich. :)
I don't like it as much as cheese though!
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which cheese? i like cheddar,grated parmesan and cream cheese best.these r my fave.
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smoked gouda is awesome.. middie is bringing holiday brie to crewsk's breakfast.. ughhhh..mouth is watering now. All I have had is tea and juice so far this morning.
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Old 11-19-2004, 08:37 AM   #66
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i had a fried egg and a toast and a glass of grape fruit juice this morning,oh and i started working out :) ,well i hope i wont become lazy again,when i loose motivation i'm really bad,what motivates me is an extra pound :D
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last night was dubliner irish cheese and wasa sesame crispbreads, and apple cider.
if you love sharp cheese, try dubliner. it's been described as a cross between cheddar and parmesan. really good. and wasa crispbreads are these "puffy" crisp flatbreads from germany. very tasty for whole wheat...
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i had a fried egg and a toast and a glass of grape fruit juice this morning,oh and i started working out :) ,well i hope i wont become lazy again,when i loose motivation i'm really bad,what motivates me is an extra pound :D
it's a dern good thing I like to work out, I would be bigger than this house.
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last night was dubliner irish cheese and wasa sesame crispbreads, and apple cider.
if you love sharp cheese, try dubliner. it's been described as a cross between cheddar and parmesan. really good. and wasa crispbreads are these "puffy" crisp flatbreads from germany. very tasty for whole wheat...
yummm....love apple cider...
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last night was dubliner irish cheese and wasa sesame crispbreads, and apple cider.
if you love sharp cheese, try dubliner. it's been described as a cross between cheddar and parmesan. really good. and wasa crispbreads are these "puffy" crisp flatbreads from germany. very tasty for whole wheat...
bucky..just bought some Irish cheese..it has guiness in it!!! will try it tonight with something salty I guess, better taste it first. Fridays I usually get a pretty good happy hour here, and the weather (though damp) is mild enough to stay on the porch and grill...back to the cheese. I might shred some on bagette slices and toast them on the grill. hmmm
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