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tell me what did you have for the day..

 
 
cavfancier
 
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Reply Wed 1 Sep, 2004 05:11 am
Ahh, and some nice Sencha tea.
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navigator
 
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Reply Thu 2 Sep, 2004 09:38 am
Hi..for today: breakfast : 2 eggs+1 loaf of bread+milk ( mom wants me to drink milk always and I keep telling her I'm a big boy ).

lunch : chicken+rice + a glass of water

dinner: chips

This month I should be a little thrifty Rolling Eyes


HOW IS MY WRITING?.YES,REPORT MY MISTAKES.THANKS Razz
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mchol
 
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Reply Thu 2 Sep, 2004 09:42 am
When I woke up at 2:00pm yesterday afternoon: Chicken (with the best skin!) and rice.

Around 10:00pm yesterday evening: A PB&J sandwich

Around 3:00am: Chicken flavored Cup o' Noodles

6:45am: nothing..

I work graveyard.
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cjhsa
 
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Reply Thu 2 Sep, 2004 10:08 am
Breakfast: Bowl of honey nut cheerios, a piece of buttered whole wheat toast, ice tea (too lazy to make hot tea), and vitamins.

For lunch: Leftover chicken, polenta, and green beans from our garden (last night's dinner)

For Dinner: Hmm. Something with green beans, no doubt.
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jpinMilwaukee
 
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Reply Fri 17 Sep, 2004 02:43 pm
I had some oatmeal and a Caf´ Americano for breakfast.
For lunch I had some delicious fajitas from a new Mexican place that opened up close to work. Since I have so many leftovers I'll probably have the same for dinner.

I actually hate leftovers...rarely eat them. My mother used to yell at me all the time when I was little because she would make meals all of the time and then use leftovers for the next night. For example, she would make chicken one night and chicken salad the next. I hated leftovers though so I would rarely eat them and she would get mad.

I used to get mad at her because she made liver sometimes and I hated liver. But she would just say, "Well, it's your choice. You can either eat or you won't." If it was liver I wouldn't eat.

But back to leftovers, if they are leftovers from the same day I don't mind it so much. Usually if I order chinese I can get at least lunch and dinner out of it. I love General Tao's (sp?) chicken. Here we are back to chicken again. I used to like when my dad made BBQ Chicken on the grill...MMMMMM, good. i didn't mindthose leftovers so much.

Speaking of chicken does anybody else like gizzards? My dad and I would always split the gizzard when he made chicken.

I didn't like fish much when I wass little. It always tasted so fishy to me. I like it now. I heard that our taste buds die or at least get less sensitive as we grow older and that is why when we are kids we don't like a lot of foods but like them when we are older.

Most kids don't like asparagus when they are little but I did like it. We used to have creamed asparagus on toast with a little corned beef mixed in. Delicious.

Well I am done rambling now...I needed that.
Thanks for listening.
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navigator
 
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Reply Sun 19 Sep, 2004 06:31 am
Is it good to have both meat sandwich and eggs sanwich?, because I'm eating this everymorning.

I'm being a bit of heavy eater, gourmand, whatever .
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mchol
 
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Reply Mon 20 Sep, 2004 12:10 am
Currently I am devouring a 16 oz tub of chocolate chip cookie dough. UHhHmMmmmmMmmm!!!! Cookie dough is SOOOOO good after a hideous fight with your dummy hunny. That INSENSITIVE JERK-OFF!!!!! THAT COLD- STONE HEARTED BASTARD!!!!! Ahhhh.. how nicely cookie dough can fill the void in your broken heart after a chunk has been gnawed out by the one you love.
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Portal Star
 
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Reply Mon 20 Sep, 2004 05:59 pm
Let's see... For breakfast, a hunk of sourdough bread and a cookie on the run.

For lunch, an orange smoothie from Jambajuice and (an hour later) a quick bowl of leftover homemade chili.

For dinner, (which I am about to embark on), I am going out for authentic Korean food, including soup so spicy it makes you feel intoxicated.
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jpinMilwaukee
 
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Reply Mon 20 Sep, 2004 07:16 pm
Beer and chips and salsa.
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mchol
 
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Reply Mon 20 Sep, 2004 08:28 pm
Portal Star... Good luck with that Korean soup, which I think is called "Kim-Chee Jji Gae..."
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dyslexia
 
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Reply Mon 20 Sep, 2004 08:38 pm
meself and the Lady Diane went to a BBQ shack down the road and had baby-back ribs with a tub of slaw and a tub of pinto beans and a tub of paper towels. I had a root beer and she had a diet Dr Pepper.
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Portal Star
 
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Reply Tue 21 Sep, 2004 06:58 am
mchol wrote:
Portal Star... Good luck with that Korean soup, which I think is called "Kim-Chee Jji Gae..."



hah! You know your english-written korean. I like kimchee jigae too, but I had soondubu Jigae which is soft tofu soup with seafood. I think they may have the same soup base...
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