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Old 10-02-2004, 09:17 PM   #201
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I had a hot-n-spicy burrito with some sour cream.
I also had a burrito with a large cup of Sprite. No sour cream, though. Lately, I have been on this anti-sour cream thing as a topping. I still use it in dips, etc.
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I love burritos... haven't had one in a long time..and that's one thing I can't give up is sour cream......

why are you on this anti-sour cream thing?
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I don't know, maybe I just went overboard with it. I still like the taste.
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my motto is.. everything in moderation
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Old 10-02-2004, 09:41 PM   #205
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I agree. Hear!! Hear!! Although, I can eat guacamole until I fall over dead and I am not tired of it.
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oh yeah.. I can have guacamole with everything from plain tortilla chips to a taco salad!
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Old 10-02-2004, 09:50 PM   #207
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Guacamole ranks up there with salsa as the ultimate Mexican condiment. So, I prefer my salsas hot, hot and more hot. The more heat the better. When I go to the local Mexican restaurant I ask them to bring out the hot salsa, which they will only bring out if you ask. How do you like yours?
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Old 10-04-2004, 11:39 AM   #208
 
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I had a hot meatloaf sandwich with gravy. Last time I made meatloaf, I cut into slices and put them in single portion freezer bags with some gravy. All I had to do was reheat in the microwave. I had it on wheat bread.
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Old 10-04-2004, 11:45 AM   #209
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veggie soup and cajun chicken wrap...

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Old 10-04-2004, 06:47 PM   #210
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I was in a cheap diner mood today for lunch sooooo made hashbrowns crunchy, topped with chopped scallioins, anaheim pepper, sharp cheddar cheese, and crispy bacon, topped with a dollop of daisy. Then had a chocolate cupcake and coffee for desert.

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sounds good to me norgeskog! :)
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Old 10-04-2004, 11:59 PM   #212
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baby greens with feta cheese and garlic parmesan italian salad dressing
garlic brie and multi-grain crackers
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Guacamole ranks up there with salsa as the ultimate Mexican condiment. So, I prefer my salsas hot, hot and more hot. The more heat the better. When I go to the local Mexican restaurant I ask them to bring out the hot salsa, which they will only bring out if you ask. How do you like yours?
This was the night I got kicked offline I think, then I just went to bed... to answer your question, Sierra..two days later.... I like mine salsa hot, but not so hot that you can't taste what you're eating.
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I had angel hair with goat cheese, tomatoes , & basil.
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tuna salad sammich with raw onions, a bag of baked lays tater chips, and a diet coke.
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I had a hotdog.. did it on the George Foreman.. toasted the bun and put some ketchup, mustard and diced onion... with a glass of milk.
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peppered salami, smoked Gouda cheese, cherry tomatoes, palmiers
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going to order chinese.... chicken with garlic sauce, fried rice and an egg roll
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leftover ribs and garlic mashed taters, and some baked lays chips, and a diet coke.
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