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Old 03-19-2008, 04:50 PM   #141
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dagnab if that fig jelly doesn't sound delish.
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Old 03-19-2008, 06:05 PM   #142
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german crepes with way to much powdered sugar.

lunch, leftover chicken with white gravy.

dinner, no clue

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Old 03-19-2008, 06:14 PM   #143
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Whole wheat toast and one high protein waffle, coffee for breakfast and Mimi's Cafe burger and fries for lunch. That's all I plan to eat today. If anything, I'll have water and a small bowl of cereal.
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Old 03-19-2008, 09:08 PM   #144
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2 oatmeal cookies, few bites of beef jerkey, 1/2 Yellowfin and Tuna Roll, 2 slices of sashimi octopus, 1 beer (soon to be two), Steak Sandwhich and Fries.

I also tasted some indian food, a few bites of curry chicken and vegetables.
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Old 03-20-2008, 09:37 AM   #145
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Yesterday, for breakfast, half of a turkey and provolone sandwich on white toast (high-protein, low-fiber diet); for lunch - turkey-apple club sandwich with white cheddar, lettuce and tomato and pasta salad.

For dinner - nibbles at a work reception, including seared tuna with cucumber salad, spring rolls with peanut sauce, and hummus with crackers (the reception was following a lecture on how obesity leads to diabetes and cardiovascular problems, so we served lots of heart-healthy foods). Then I went home and had a couple slices of homemade pizza with red sauce, fresh tomatoes, lots of fresh bell peppers, pepperoni and mixed Italian cheese. And some chocolate ice cream drizzled with strawberry-balsamic vinegar.
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Old 03-30-2008, 07:04 AM   #146
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This thread is pure EVIL! :) Yesterday I was so bad I shudder at the thought of people knowing. Let's just say I started the day off with a chocolate/hazelnut filled donut and a creme-filled croissant. And it didn't get better from there.

Gotta blame DH. He went to the bakery.
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Old 03-31-2008, 12:43 AM   #147
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man, i haven't had a doughnut in ages.

today was a very bad day, so all i had was a half bowl of clam chowder and a half of a crappy salad at "friendly's".

some days have no silver lining.

but, it's monday now, so i'm off to fetch a souvlaki with extra onions and garlicy tsatsiki. at least if today is like yesterday, i'll smell the part.
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Old 03-31-2008, 12:56 AM   #148
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Breakfast: 1 4x6x1 inch slice of German Chocolate cake - 3 cups black coffee.

Lunch: Oops! Forgot it ... was watching basketball .... 2 14-oz glasses ice water.

Dinner: 1 roasted chicken breast, 2 cups cornbread dressing, 1-2 cups black eyed peas, 1 cup turnip greens with 1 small diced turnip.
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Old 03-31-2008, 01:06 AM   #149
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canned tomato soup
venison, steamed veggies, Greek salad
fat free popcorn
dill pickles
tea
water
apple sauce
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Old 04-02-2008, 01:39 AM   #150
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No breakfast.
For lunch, mushroom and green onions ommelette with orange juice and two slices of toasted bread.
Sweet potato sweet and swiss cheese for dessert.
Two celery sticks with homemade blue cheese dressing.
Dinner: Artichoke ravioli with homemade white sauce with shallots and broccoli plus iced tea.
Thanks God I play soccer tomorrow LOL
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