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Old 10-23-2012, 06:36 AM   #521
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Snip, it was really delicious, love crumbed fish
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Old 10-23-2012, 06:54 AM   #522
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...and crumbed fish is, what, fish with a breadcrumb coating?
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Old 10-23-2012, 10:28 AM   #523
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Sounds yummy

I'm sitting here eyeing a banana like it's gonna eat me I have some serious banana issues! My dad made me eat them as a child to the point where I'd be sick. Still haven't eaten a raw banana since I love fried banana with eggs, bacon, toast and any other form of cooked banana.
I thought I'd give eating a banana as is another go since I haven't tried in over 20 yrs
I don't think I can do this

I just had a slice of rye bread with melted mozzarella and loads of my homemade chilli sauce. Made the sauce with jalapeno's, habanero and cayenne chillies.
I can see the title now. "The Town That Was Eaten By A Banana!"
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Old 10-23-2012, 10:41 AM   #524
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I can see the title now. "The Town That Was Eaten By A Banana!"
I never did eat the damn thing, gave it to my son
Can't do it captain, I just haven't got the power !
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Old 10-23-2012, 03:05 PM   #525
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I picked up my grandson from kindergarten and we went for pizza for lunch - pepperoni!
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Old 10-23-2012, 04:00 PM   #526
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...and crumbed fish is, what, fish with a breadcrumb coating?
Exactly right V
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Old 10-23-2012, 09:01 PM   #527
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I ate lunch on the run today, 1/2 cup of chili & 2 banana's.
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Old 10-23-2012, 09:24 PM   #528
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I ate lunch on the run today, 1/2 cup of chili & 2 banana's.
Excellent choice for an on the run lunch. Those are the times that really put you on the spot for making a good choice. One of my books says to put "emergency rations" in a large plastic bag for those times. I keep two of those bags at work and several at home. They have choices in them that do not need to be refrigerated.

I also have a stash of some Progresso soups at work. Helps a lot when I'm drawn to what's being served in the facility dining room. Their soups are intentionally made with extra calories. I really have to fight to stay away from cream based soups.
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Excellent choice for an on the run lunch. Those are the times that really put you on the spot for making a good choice. One of my books says to put "emergency rations" in a large plastic bag for those times. I keep two of those bags at work and several at home. They have choices in them that do not need to be refrigerated.

I also have a stash of some Progresso soups at work. Helps a lot when I'm drawn to what's being served in the facility dining room. Their soups are intentionally made with extra calories. I really have to fight to stay away from cream based soups.
Cream based soups are my weakness, especially the new england clam chowder on fridays. I like your idea about the emergency rations. What type of things do you keep in there? The only thing I can think of is granola bars, finding healthy, quick options can be a real challenge for me sometimes.
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3 ounces dried fruit, two graham cracker, 2 tablespoons peanut butter, 4 quarters (for bottle of water) and a popsicle stick (to scoop and spread peanut butter). Better than what you can find in a vending machine or convenience store.

I buy the peanut butter containers in the baby aisle, they are the perfect size. I also have a couple of bullion cubes if I'm still feeling hungry, a cup of bullion really takes care of that feeling. I try not to use them often because of the salt.
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