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Old 01-17-2005, 09:43 AM   #71
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Yesterday I had fried flounder, fried okra, & pinto beans from a little resturant called Fat Cat Cafe.
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Old 01-17-2005, 08:02 PM   #72
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We used a Christmas gift cert. to Sam Choy's. You will never quess what I had....king crab legs.....surprise!. Very low carb so I think it was ok. But, dh and i split a bread pudding :oops:
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We used a Christmas gift cert. to Sam Choy's. You will never quess what I had....king crab legs.....surprise!. Very low carb so I think it was ok. But, dh and i split a bread pudding :oops:
You???? Had crab legs???? I would have never guessed!
Was it good?
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YMCA on toast...
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Old 01-17-2005, 09:02 PM   #76
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Gotta ask....

what is YMCA on toast??

I had some left over fajita meat and a few leftover sliced mushrooms
and half of a peach.
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Gotta ask....

what is YMCA on toast??

I had some left over fajita meat and a few leftover sliced mushrooms
and half of a peach.
Yesterday's Muck er Meal Cooked Again.
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Old 01-18-2005, 06:00 PM   #78
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I had a mightly tasty lunch, albiet not a healty one. I went to the local Dairy Queen and had a Cappachino blast (thick milk shake) and a large fry. Bad me but it was so good.
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Norgeskog, when I was pregnant with my son there was a Dairy Queen about a 1/4 of a milk down the road from the college I was going to. I went there just about every day for lunch & had a vanilla milk shake & large fries. If I was really hungry, I'd have their chicken strip basket & water & then I'd go to the grocery store that was behind the Dairy Queen & get a pint of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream & take that to the park & walk around & eat it. At least I was getting my exercise & calcium in!
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