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Old 01-08-2006, 01:51 PM   #381
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I broke down and bought some quick foods for lunches (winter just zaps me of motivation), so we had spaghettio's and salad on paper plates- oh, the guilt!! I am making a large dinner though, so, no worries!
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Old 01-22-2006, 09:29 PM   #382
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I went over to my parent's today and Mom fixed BLT's for lunch. The price of tomatoes sure has gotten high. She paid a $1.55 for the one tomato she bought for the BLT's.
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Old 01-23-2006, 07:59 PM   #383
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i had potato-crusted cod with tomatoes, spinach, salt & pepper. tasty stuff!
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Old 01-23-2006, 08:56 PM   #384
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Sounds good luvs.

I had some left over pasta with some mushroom sauce.
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Old 01-24-2006, 07:59 PM   #385
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i ate at the cafeteria. grilled mahi mahi, with sauteed red bell peppers/julienned zucchini/i think yellow squash/asparagus spears. (it was supposed to be asparagus w/ hollandaise. these veggies were tasty, though.) a glass of pop to drink.
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Old 01-24-2006, 09:26 PM   #386
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Leftover Olive Garden to go.

The Famous salad (was "clean" meaning dressing, etc. was added at time of consuption, not the day before), Mrs. Big Dog's Fetuccini (is it 1 t or 2? C too?) Alfredo and my Mannicoti (again, 1 or 2 Ts?) Formaggio.

Sadly, I am part Italian, but can't speak or spell worth a . . . . . . nevermind.
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i don't know about all of yous guys, but i am pleased to see luvs eating a whole meal, not just bits of this and that. keep it up kiddo. i think this culinary school thing is a functional raison d' etre, in a way. you've always had the brains, and the good taste to know what works, so food might be your forte.

today i had leftover seaweed eggdrop soup, and leftover broiled curried mago chicken thighs with "garden of eatin" blue corn chips. if you like corn chips, do yourself a favor and look for these. they are delicious; not too salty and definitely do not taste like they soaked up a pint of 10w30. just corny goodness (like me :>).
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Old 01-27-2006, 07:20 PM   #388
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thanks, buckyt.
i had sole with artichoke relish & a side of linguine primavera from the caf. then i had a donut & an orange juice.
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Trader Joe's vegetable Pad thai to which I will add some precooked shrimp.
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Left over scallopped ham and potatoes and brussel sprouts.
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