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Old 01-21-2005, 01:13 PM   #111
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Turkey sandwich and a peach yogurt. Raspberry-lime seltzer to drink.
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Old 01-21-2005, 06:03 PM   #112
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I had a tuna salad sandwich made with mayo, lemon zest, celery, onions, chives on 12 grain whole wheat bread with chips and three green olives, two stuffed with almonds, the other still had the pit and in a GARLIC brine. Desert was a breath mint.
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Old 01-21-2005, 09:45 PM   #113
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The local Mexican restaurant has reopened after being closed for a month. I had a shrimp taco, chile relleno, beans, and iced tea. I was starting to go through Mexican food withdrawals.
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Old 01-22-2005, 07:30 PM   #114
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Today I was doing some shopping (trader joe's again) so went to a local joint for a juicy, big fat cheeseburger with fries and lemonade. OHHHHHH was it ever good. It was not that one where they say it needs to get all over your face.
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Old 01-22-2005, 07:54 PM   #115
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mini peppers ( I love those things)
tomatoes
turkey
dill pickles
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Broccoli and Ricotta Calzone
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Old 01-22-2005, 09:25 PM   #117
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My wife made her famous Chicken and Dumplings. Yummy! Been eatin it all day.
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I went to lunch at one of the local restaurants, Gumba's, with my mom and brother. I had a hamburger with BBQ sauce, onion rings, mushrooms, and Monterey jack cheese on sourdough bread roll with waffle fries on the side.
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I went to lunch at one of the local restaurants, Gumba's, with my mom and brother. I had a hamburger with BBQ sauce, onion rings, mushrooms, and Monterey jack cheese on sourdough bread roll with waffle fries on the side.
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I went to lunch at one of the local restaurants, Gumba's, with my mom and brother. I had a hamburger with BBQ sauce, onion rings, mushrooms, and Monterey jack cheese on sourdough bread roll with waffle fries on the side.
Burger and waffles

Bang, they are waffle fries, some folks may also know them by the name of crisscut fries. Anyways, they were yummy. :)
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