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Old 07-05-2009, 07:42 PM   #11
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Probably nothing. I spent the greater part of the day with my oldest best friend and we had a large meal at lunchtime and "fressed" the rest of the day, so I need a breather from food. I might have a handful of almonds and an orange or a Granny Smith apple. I don't need much more than that.
Try that granny smith with a sprinkle of salt :-)

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White Chicken Enchilada, Black Beans, and Pico di Gallo

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Old 07-05-2009, 07:58 PM   #13
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nice plate, Elf!!
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Thanks TG - I'm a happy little y right now!

My son and husband requested I make these more often....riiiiiiiiiight......a cup of sour cream, a block of cream cheese added to the bechemel.......yeeeeeaaaaaa.....maybe in about a year...when I'm hungry again!
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We had left over baby backs from yesterdays cook, scalloped potatoes, and cole slaw
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Old 07-05-2009, 08:58 PM   #16
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Thanks TG - I'm a happy little y right now!

My son and husband requested I make these more often....riiiiiiiiiight......a cup of sour cream, a block of cream cheese added to the bechemel.......yeeeeeaaaaaa.....maybe in about a year...when I'm hungry again!
Well, make then again for them and I will have your share!

It was too hot to cook today so I nuked a couple of sausage rolls and served with some of the potato salad and green salad I made yesterday. We will be having ice cream with carrot cake scraps and strawberries for dessert.

Oh, I am not stingy by serving cake "scraps". It is what gets cut off when I carve a cake for decoration. Just as good as a normal piece and less calories
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to hot to care what i eat. put some chicken nuggets, and i use chicken guardedly. sliced tomato. that's it. didn't eat all of that. have ice cream in freezer in several forms so that will be dessert. it it starting to cool off a little at 8pm down to about 80
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