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Old 07-14-2012, 02:41 AM   #11
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I often do more vegetables than we need for our tea and mash them up in a frying pan ( we call it bubble and squeak, mainly if it has caggage and potato, but any sort of vegetable goes well in it) Or do it in a jaffle iron. Nice with a poached egg on toast for lunch.
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Old 07-14-2012, 11:22 PM   #12
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I am just eating a tuna and cheese toasted sandwich, lovely on this cold day

Steve had some leftover chicken stir fry
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Old 07-16-2012, 03:08 AM   #13
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Way too much!

Met friends for lunch. Smorgasbord -- All you can eat for $12 (Seniors)

Excellent but way, way, way too much..........Burp!!
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Old 07-16-2012, 03:41 AM   #14
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Today I had some quiche lorraine and salad
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Old 07-16-2012, 05:16 AM   #15
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Only 10.15am here so not sure what lunch will be, but yesterday I just had some yogurt and puffed wheat. I have an addiction to puffed wheat at the moment. I don't know why as it really is pretty bland. But I like to get a huge bowl of it and eat it like popcorn whilst watching a movie ;) We all have our weird habits, right? :)
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Old 07-16-2012, 07:34 AM   #16
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I like puffed wheat, but I have to have something on it...we have a cereal over here that I can just eat of the box called Honey Weets and they are basically puffed wheat coated in honey

My husband who was born in the UK used to love Sugar Puffs, he said they are puffed wheat coated in sugar and they are a bit crispier than Honey Weets
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I like puffed wheat, but I have to have something on it...we have a cereal over here that I can just eat of the box called Honey Weets and they are basically puffed wheat coated in honey

My husband who was born in the UK used to love Sugar Puffs, he said they are puffed wheat coated in sugar and they are a bit crispier than Honey Weets
I'm eating it plain whilst watching a movie as I type haha!

Yes we have Sugar Puffs here and you're correct, they're the same just coated in sugar and definitely crispier. They're too sweet for my tastes though.
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Old 07-16-2012, 12:36 PM   #18
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I try not to eat lunch, but sometimes that doesn't work out.
I usually have a beer, coffee with my new friend sugary creamer or I steal something from the fridge. Yesterday I had salad dressing and hard caramels.
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Usually, soup, salad or a sandwich (with fresh fruit, chips, or yogurt).
I buy assorted cheeses (Muenster, Swiss, etc.) & meats (roast beef, turkey breast) from the Deli dept, & keep ripe juicy tomatoes, avocadoes & salad fixin's on hand. I change out the bread/rolls, i.e. onion rolls, baguettes, bagels - from the Bakery. Sometimes it's cream cheese, red onion & sliced tomato on a bagel. I try to mix it up & keep it interesting.
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I try not to eat lunch, but sometimes that doesn't work out.
I usually have a beer, coffee with my new friend sugary creamer or I steal something from the fridge. Yesterday I had salad dressing and hard caramels.
Switch the beer for cider (the alcoholic variety) and that's my perfect lunch right there :)
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