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Old 10-07-2004, 12:22 PM   #161
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ROFLMAO!!!! They were Lance(brand)cheese on wheat crackers. Ya know the packs of crackers you get at gas stations? That's what it was.
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Old 10-08-2004, 01:04 AM   #162
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Today, I went for breakfast at the Squeeze Inn in Truckee, CA. I had the omelet called a Trippy Thomas. It had refried beans, green chilies, onions, avocado, and Monterey jack cheese topped with a cheese sauce with wheat toast and country fried potatoes. Let me tell you, it was rough working out in the woods after that breakfast. It took me a couple of hours before I felt like moving. So, to help me work off breakfast I took I long hike this afternoon with one of my contractors to look an upcoming project.
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you and your avocado, sierra.. lol
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Old 10-08-2004, 01:16 AM   #164
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You know what is really scary is that I had guacamole with dinner tonight.
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why doesn't that surprise me?
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Old 10-08-2004, 01:20 AM   #166
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I guess you could call me an avocadoaholic. I love to take them in my lunch. It is a good thing that they are plentiful here. I actually resisted temptation to buy a bag of four of them the other day in Trader Joe's.
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I hear so much about Trader Joe's... must be a west coast thing.. over here on the east coast, we don't have them..I don't think.
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Old 10-08-2004, 01:31 AM   #168
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Trader Joe's is great. I like it because it has many products that do not have sulfites, which I am allergic to. Most of their foods tend to be towards the healthier side. Of course, you must read the labels. I like to buy stuff there for my lunches. That is where I got the garlic brie that I mentioned in a couple of other posts. With the link below you can find the Trader Joe's nearest you.

http://www.traderjoes.com/locations/index.asp
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Yeah, I noticed you're a big brie fan.. I love brie.. yumm! I don't usually buy it for myself though.. We don't have any neat stores like that around here.. I live south of Buffalo, NY.. there might be some places I'm not aware of up there. I, DO KNOW, they have a great place in Toronto, ON.. but I don't get up there unless I'm up visiting my friends in Canada. Then, even if I do purchase stuff up there, it's such a hassle at the border when I come back home.
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Old 10-08-2004, 01:39 AM   #170
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I am a huge cheese fan. So, at times it is good that I don't make it to Reno much. I think that I could OD on cheese. Today, I gave one of my loggers at taste of smoky Gouda. He loved it. He said that there was one problem with it, that I did not bring enough!! Typically, he usually eats beef jerky, chips, bologna sandwiches, etc. I have converted him to eating something else besides cheddar!! Actually, he is a really good cook.
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