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Everything Eaten Yesterday

 
 
McTag
 
  1  
Fri 15 Jan, 2010 07:43 am
@George,

Quote:
McTag wrote:


I made smoked haddock baked in egg custard this evening.

Wowser.

I'll take your word for it.


What, you don't like baked fish? You don't like fish pie? It wasn't sweet custard, you know.

Fish is full of essential amino vootrients, as well as being mega-tasty.

You heard it here first.
George
 
  1  
Fri 15 Jan, 2010 07:45 am
blueberry bagel, buttered
banana
turkey on oatnut
apple
2 roast pork buns
wine, chicken sausage, lotus root, bok choy, rice
cinnamon & sugar pita chips
gatorade

No run at noon; leg workout with Rhys at the gym in the evening.

Code:Day: 15
Weight: 173.0
Delta: -0.2
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mac11
 
  1  
Fri 15 Jan, 2010 08:27 am
Thursday
B: fiber one, skim milk, banana, hb egg white
L: bulgur & veggies, cherry tomatoes
S: mini bag of 94% ff popcorn, radishes
E: 10 min ellip, 10 min treadmill, 30 min bike
D: tuna salad, broccoli, ff yogurt
S: string cheese

day 521/163.6/-7.4
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Joe Nation
 
  2  
Fri 15 Jan, 2010 09:01 am
@McTag,
J wrote:
Quote:
NOTE: I will be AFK for possibly a few days, so may miss some checkins but will be back.

We will feed your chickens while you are gone. Wait. Oh, I mean Chechens. No. I think I will just wait for you to return. (Why doesn't one have to turn before being able to return?

McTag: We Americans, except for us lucky ones in New York, do not engage ourselves with enough smoked fish. At my local deli, I can buy a whole smoked whitefish and a bit of sour cream and have a feast. I don't do that often enough.

Joe(so how's by you?)Nation
George
 
  1  
Fri 15 Jan, 2010 09:21 am
@McTag,
McTag wrote:

What, you don't like baked fish? You don't like fish pie? It wasn't sweet custard, you know.

Fish is full of essential amino vootrients, as well as being mega-tasty.

You heard it here first.

I'm from Boston. I love fish.
My grandmother came from Newfoundland. I love smoked fish.
In custard (sweet or otherwise)? Never tried it.
But I trust your judgement.
McTag
 
  1  
Fri 15 Jan, 2010 05:16 pm
@George,

Joe(always good to read)Nation, we are tolerable today.
Actually, today was a nice day, we spent the afternoon (and some shekels) in the city, and finished with a pizza and glass of wine at an Italian we like.

Quote:
I'm from Boston. I love fish.
My grandmother came from Newfoundland. I love smoked fish.
In custard (sweet or otherwise)? Never tried it.
But I trust your judgement.


George, I'm compelled to offer this simple recipe:

Preheat small oven to 180 or 200 deg C
Wash your smoked fish
cut into large chunks
poach in just enough milk to cover, simmering for 5 minutes
Remove fish pieces from pan, and take the skin off the fish
beat four eggs, pour into your baking dish
Strain the milk used for the fish, mix with the beaten eggs in the baking dish or casserole
add salt and pepper, spoonful of butter
add the pieces of fish
place casserole dish in preheated oven, no lid
done in about 40 minutes or less
(it's done when your "custard" is set)

I didn't get that from a book, I made it up myself, so feel free to add own improvements if desired. With two goodish fillets of fish and four eggs, it'll feed four with veg and potato accompaniments.
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Joe Nation
 
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Sat 16 Jan, 2010 07:38 am
arrgh. I cannot eat salted popcorn.
B: Fruit, coffee, swiss omelet, English Muffin
L: Movie popcorn
D: Chicken and shrimp, veggies, a glass of wine.
16/186.7/that's 2 pounds up in two days. Wha? Oh, no running..... .
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JPB
 
  1  
Sat 16 Jan, 2010 10:01 am
@ehBeth,
Just saw this, ehbeth. I'll do that.

I'm still recording my intake, just not here. Two weeks into the year I'm down 6.5 lbs and have take 4" off my waist, mostly by avoiding sugar.

Current bmi - 24.7!
JPB
 
  2  
Sat 16 Jan, 2010 10:04 am
@JPB,
Quote:
People who watch The Food Network aren’t usually conscientious of the relationship between diet and health because quite frankly most of the recipes shared by the “stars” on there each and every day are loaded with way too much excessive sugar and carbohydrates that will simply pack on the pounds.



Thanks for the tip, ehbeth!
That's exactly what I'm talking about. Restricting sugar and reducing carbs.
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ossobuco
 
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Sat 16 Jan, 2010 10:17 am
Friday -
one coffee, one splash 2% milk
tuna and mayo on potato bread- urgh, two slice sandwich

two small type bowls of tomato bean mushroom spinach onion macaroni soup

1 "row" from a dark chocolate ginger candy bar

another coffee/splash

two small slices pizza (fontina/onion, dried tomato, hot ital sausage)

dilute lemonade
gerolsteiner water

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mac11
 
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Sat 16 Jan, 2010 01:03 pm
Friday
B: fiber one, skim milk, banana, 2 hb egg whites
L: bulgur & veggies
S: mini bag of 94% ff popcorn, grapes
E: 30 min ellip, weights, 30 min bike
D: 2 baked chicken thighs (no skin), cabbage, ff yogurt
S: string cheese, air popped popcorn

day 522/163.6/-7.4
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Joe Nation
 
  1  
Sun 17 Jan, 2010 07:06 am
I 'm going to try that poaching the fish in milk..... .

B: banana, toast, coffee
L:bagel and some cheese on some scrambled eggs
E: ran up the hill and down the hill, around the hill then rode down the elevator. 1.5 miles
D: hamburgers and tomatoes, one glass of wine.
17/186.6/the line is flat/down two weeks in a row
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mac11
 
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Sun 17 Jan, 2010 10:42 pm
Saturday
Brunch: apple, ff yogurt, lite english muffin w/sf jam
S: string cheese
E: walked an hour
D: scrambled eggs (1 whole, 2 whites), ff cheddar, polenta w/sf maple syrup
S: ff yogurt, broccoli

Sunday
Brunch: polenta w/ff cheddar, banana, ff yogurt
E: walked an hour
D: brown rice sushi, cherries, broccoli
S: hi fiber bagel w/sf jam, hb egg

day 523 & 524/163.6/-7.4
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Joe Nation
 
  1  
Mon 18 Jan, 2010 06:18 am
Monday starts a new week for me.
18/187.0/yeah. that's three days of up.

Calm. Calm. Calm.
See you tomorrow.
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Joe Nation
 
  1  
Tue 19 Jan, 2010 05:13 am
Stayed calm yesterday.
B: Grapefruit, coffee, toast and English muffin -both plain.
L: Chicken and more coffee.
E: Three sets of Curls @20# and one set of Shoulder [email protected]#
Ran three miles. Gourgous day ! Going to the park this morning at nine AM.
D: Salmon, just flopped in a pan and cooked for seven minutes, Steamed broccoli and one glass of wine.
S: Chocolate and milk, one cup.
19/185.4/I am where I was one year ago. (sigh. this is tough.)(So AM I).
ossobuco
 
  1  
Tue 19 Jan, 2010 10:24 am
@Joe Nation,
149, still

yesterday:
coffee x 2 with 1 tsp sugar total
slice of banana walnut bread
big bowl of potato/carrot/onion/garlic/chicken broth/a little olive oil with later added cabbage/spinach/chopped jalapeno/cannellini beans/ital sausage chunks soup
small romaine salad/buttermilk dressing
1 whisky and tall ice
1 lf chocolate milk
1 piece of oatnut bread toast with smidge mayo and roast beef
Gerolsteiner water, x 2


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mac11
 
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Tue 19 Jan, 2010 09:49 pm
Go Joe! (Go all of us!)

Monday
B: fiber one, skim milk, banana, hb egg white
L: quinoa & black beans, grapes
E: 10 min elliptical, 10 min treadmill, Week 1 workout
S: celery & radishes
D: brown rice & snap peas, ff yogurt
S: string cheese

Tuesday
B: fiber one, skim milk, banana, hb egg white
L: cauliflower salad, grapes, string cheese
S: celery & radishes, mini bag of 94% ff popcorn
D: 1/4 rotisserie chicken, cauliflower salad
S: ff yogurt

day 525 & 526/164.6/-6.4 (going the wrong way)
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Joe Nation
 
  1  
Wed 20 Jan, 2010 06:55 am
Thanks, Mac11. I needed that.
B: Toast, English Muffin, Coffee, Grapefruit
L: picked some lamb out of the stew, coffee
E: two sets of curls, one of shoulders, one of crunches
D: Hamburger and tomatoes, wine.
20/185.8/the line is flat. Need to be very careful today.

Go for your goals, everybody.
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alex240101
 
  1  
Wed 20 Jan, 2010 10:47 am
Came across this recipe. Made it. Good snack. Chopping apricots and raisins was fun. They stick to the knife,..then stuck together when mixing. Next time perhaps carob in the mix.

1 cup old fashioned rolled oats
1/4 cup slivered almonds
1/4 cup sunflower seeds
1 tablespoon flaxseeds
1 tablespoon sesame seeds
1 cup unsweetened whole grain puffed cereal
1/3 cup currants
1/3 cup chopped apricots
1/3 cup chopped golden raisins
1/4 cup creamy almond butter
1/4 cup turbinado sugar
1/4 cup honey
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/8 teaspoon salt

1) Preheat oven to three fifty. Coat an eight inch square pan with cooking spray.
2) Spread oats, almonds, sunflower seeds, flax and sesame seeds on a baking sheet. Bake until oats are lightly toasted, Shaking sheet half way through. About ten minutes. Transfer to a large bowl. Add cereal, currants, apricots, and raisins, toss to combine.
3)Combine almond butter, sugar, honey, vanilla and salt in a small sauce pan. Heat over medium low, stirring frequently, until the mixture bubbles lightly, about two to four minutes.
4)Immediately pour the almond butter mixture over the dry ingredients and mix with spoon, until no dry spots remain. Transfer to prepared pan. Lightly coat hand with cooking spray and press the mixture down firmly to make an even layer. When mixture cools, refrigerate thirty minutes. Cut into eight bars.

Per Serving
244 calories, 10 grams fat (1 gram saturated, 5 grams mono), 38 grams carbohydrate, 15 grams added sugar, 5 gram protein, 3 gram fiber, 74 milligram sodium, 313 milligram potassium, magnesium 19 percent daily value.



3)

jespah
 
  2  
Wed 20 Jan, 2010 06:54 pm
@Joe Nation,
Joe Nation wrote:
J wrote:
Quote:
NOTE: I will be AFK for possibly a few days, so may miss some checkins but will be back.

We will feed your chickens while you are gone. Wait. Oh, I mean Chechens. No. I think I will just wait for you to return. (Why doesn't one have to turn before being able to return? ...
Joe(so how's by you?)Nation


My Chechens are, I think, fine.

My abs are another story.

You read it here first (I should put this on late breaking news stories I think): I was out because I had surgery last Friday. To deal with the consequences of losing 165 lbs. in 2 years. Stitches come out tomorrow. I have been eating whatever I can, whatever I fancy as I have not been fancying much. Doctor removed 6 lbs. of flesh from abs and, er, the chestical region. Hence it's 6 times what was promised as collateral in The Merchant of Venice. I have no idea what I've been eating; my folks have been here, and cooking. It's been an adventure, dunno when I will be back at regular reporting.

My abs hurt, but considerably less than they did a few days ago. Good to see everyone again.
 

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