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Old 01-18-2005, 06:16 PM   #81
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Oops! I forgot to tell y'all what I had for lunch today. I had 2 pieces of warm cornbread crumbled up in a glass of cold milk.
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Old 01-18-2005, 06:36 PM   #82
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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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Old 01-18-2005, 07:53 PM   #83
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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.
lol! I like that!


Today for lunch I took a piece of lunch meat (90% fat free ham) sliced some tomatoes, onions, mushrooms and jack cheese threw them on top and then topped that with another piece of ham. Put it all in the microwave for 35 seconds until the cheese was hot and melting all over the place. It was pretty good as always. I eat this kind of thing a lot when I'm trying to cut back on carbs.
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Old 01-18-2005, 11:34 PM   #84
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Black Bean Soup
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Cabbage soup, chicken salad sandwich...
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Old 01-19-2005, 07:09 AM   #86
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Cheese burger hot dish and a coke.
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Old 01-19-2005, 09:08 AM   #87
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Just so you all know, here's what's being served to George and Laura after the inauguration on Thursday:

Scalloped Crab and Lobster

Roasted Missouri Quail
Chestnuts
Brined Root Vegetables

Steamed Lemon Pudding
Apple Wild Cherry Compote
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Old 01-19-2005, 01:01 PM   #88
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I'm having a big bowl of my pasta e fagioli soup left over from the weekend. It took 10 minutes to microwave (!) but it's nice and hot and good!
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Old 01-19-2005, 01:09 PM   #89
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a bag of chips and a diet coke. i left my lunch at home, and don't have time to go out and get something. too much work to catch up on today.
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Old 01-19-2005, 01:11 PM   #90
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Poor Bucky! They don't have a cafeteria in your building? I'll eat some extra soup just for you!
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I haven't even thought about eating lunch yet. I had to pick TC up from school. He got sick during lunch. Poor kid looks rough! He hasen't been this pale since he was 6 months old & had a severe ear infection. :(
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Left over tuna salad.

Unless Mcdonalds screams at me while I'm driving by... Just kidding!
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Poor little guy! Think it's the flu? Tell him I hope he feels better!
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Thanks, I will PA! I'm not sure what it is yet, but I've heard there is a stomach virus going around. He's not running a fever.
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thanks pab, your soup sounds good. did you ever try escarole e fagiole? it's one of my favs. probably one of the only vegetarian meals that i eat. lol, "that's not food. that's what food eats!"

we do have a cafeteria, but i am boycotting it. i have been for about 8 years now (i can hold a grudge forever. it keeps me warm ) i was in charge of catering a christmas party a few years back, and my boss didn't think i could cook or new how to cater from outside the building, so we catered thru the cafeteria. they royally screwed us on the price and then the amount of food, so we have never used them again. i personally do not even so much as buy soda from them now.
fortunately, my boss retired, and now i cater half of the food for the party, and cook the other half. it's funny when my old boss comes back and raves about the food.
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Once again, you sound like my hubby! He struggles to remember my birthday but can remember who p**sed him off a decade ago! :roll:

I'd love to try your escarole e fagiole recipe. Can you post it sometime?
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i think i did. lemme see if i can find it.
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lunch today is a salad: romaine lettuce, sliced green olives, tiny pepper jack cheese cubes, diced celery, cucumber, tomato, sliced peppercini peppers (sp?), grated carrots, a tiny bit of diced red onion.

salad dressing: some sort of soy ginger from costco, really good, rikki brand, i think.

protein: left over grilled pork loin cut into little cubes and 1/2 a curry flavored sausage
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One of Norgeskog's Spicy Turkey Burgers, steamed broccoli, brown rice. and radishes.
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i can hold a grudge forever. it keeps me warm
Once again, you sound like my hubby! He struggles to remember my birthday but can remember who p**sed him off a decade ago! :roll:

I'd love to try your escarole e fagiole recipe. Can you post it sometime?
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I wouldn't be game to forget MDW's birthday. That's a death sentence, especially if I got to sleep first.
Lunch today was a mouth full of grease & dirt from under the eldest's car. I'm waiting for dinner or beer which ever comes first. Hopefully the beer. :D
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