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I realize my previous post may have been misinterpreted. I did not mean to suggest you ate these each day of the week. My intent was to say that the next day in the sequence (Friday) is 'once in a while' - in response to your saying you were tempted to get some "tomorrow".

Just slightly tempted. I do succumb but not that often,

but that cupcake sure looked yummy.

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As much as I like candy, I would never eat it for breakfast.

Breakfast may be my only healthy meal--toast or Cheerios.

Pouring milk on cereal makes it soggy. I just use a separate

glass of milk.

 

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For lunch today: Walnuts, raspberries, blackberries, banana, Greek yogurt (organic).

 

I am having a rare treat for dinner tonight: a broiled hamburger patty with a thick slice each of sweet onion and tomato - topped with yellow mustard. No bread.

 

I went to our local meat market and got some 1/3 Lb chuck patties. When you get them at the meat market they are tightly compressed by the machine they are formed with - you can't make them by hand - and have very little shrinkage when cooked. When you bite into one it chews like a good steak.

 

This is a very, very low sodium meal - about +/- 136mg per burger as described above.

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tonite's meager meal for me will consist of three slices of buttered white bread and some delectable banquet brown n' serve sausages. :)

 

[Nipkow, you write so eloquently about cuisine. You should stick to that, and leave the discussion of politics to those of us who understand it!]

 

I'm trying to lose a few pounds -- tonight's dinner: big salad (red lettuce, small Persian cucumbers,  tomato, mushrooms, onion, only with balsamic vinegar -- no oil), plus a sliced turkey sandwich on Arnold's thin 40-calorie white bread. For dessert: a fruit salad which I will make with fresh peaches, apricots, cherries, strawberries, grapes.

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Cheerios are pretty good by the handful right out of the box. Cocoa Puffs, too.

They do make a good snack, though I don't eat them that

way very often. And as time goes by, they lose a bit of their

crunch and get soft.

 

I like my burgers plain, just with a little salt. Not sure about tonight,

maybe some rice with marge and salt. I'm going back to a little

snack I liked as a kid--peanut butter and honey on Italian bread. Yummy.

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Oddly enough, Kid, I'm also having hamburgers for dinner, but mine will feature bread, cheese, salt, fat, etc etc. All the good stuff that kills ya quicker. :P

:P

I don't want to see your name in the Death Takes No Holiday thread...

 

[Nipkow, you write so eloquently about cuisine. You should stick to that, and leave the discussion of politics to those of us who understand it!]

 

I'm trying to lose a few pounds -- tonight's dinner: big salad (red lettuce, small Persian cucumbers,  tomato, mushrooms, onion, only with balsamic vinegar -- no oil), plus a sliced turkey sandwich on Arnold's thin 40-calorie white bread. For dessert: a fruit salad which I will make with fresh peaches, apricots, cherries, strawberries, grapes.

 

I've been using a balsamic glaze lately, which has a very sweet red wine flavor and is so thick it needs to be coaxed out of the bottle - but man does it stick to the salad.

 

They do make a good snack, though I don't eat them that

way very often. And as time goes by, they lose a bit of their

crunch and get soft.

 

I like my burgers plain, just with a little salt. Not sure about tonight,

maybe some rice with marge and salt. I'm going back to a little

snack I liked as a kid--peanut butter and honey on Italian bread. Yummy.

 

I have eaten quite a lot of peanut butter and honey (sandwiches) this year. Much better than jelly, IMO.

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I have eaten quite a lot of peanut butter and honey (sandwiches) this year. Much better than jelly, IMO.

I usually just have two or three single slices. When I

was a kid, I was addicted to pb and grape jelly

sandwiches, but somewhere along the line I gave

them up.

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One of your more aerogellian posts.

 

Hákarl  has that effect on people. ;)  

 

A delicacy that the famous Gordon Ramsey  whom claims can eat anything couldn't stomach. :lol:

 

http://hungrybloggers.com/article/hakarl-dish-gordon-ramsay-couldnt-keep-down

 

Serves him right for bragging.

 

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Some more fun stuff.

 

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Anyone up to the challenge?

 

Check out Lookalikes in General Discussions.

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I remember when I was a kid American cheese was fairly thick.

Now, at least for the major brands, it's some kind of thin

processed cheese like product. Nowhere as tasty as the old

time stuff.

 

I got an Entenmann's crumb cake this week. So delicious. I

get one about three or four times a year as a special treat.

Otherwise I would buy them every week and that's not good.

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Now that you've mentioned sweets (again)..

 

My favorite morning snack is a large apple fritter and cup of fresh, black coffee - no sugar. The fritter has to come from a family bakery.. none of those weenie-sized units from the chain donut shops. Of course, I can no longer indulge.. but I sure do think awfully hard about it.

 

..pass them sausages down this end, Nipkow

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Now that you've mentioned sweets (again)..

 

My favorite morning snack is a large apple fritter and cup of fresh, black coffee - no sugar. The fritter has to come from a family bakery.. none of those weenie-sized units from the chain donut shops. Of course, I can no longer indulge.. but I sure do think awfully hard about it.

 

..pass them sausages down this end, Nipkow

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Whew Kid, Upon first glance of your photo, I thought you were mocking Nip's remark re: "disgusting humor"...

Unti I read your post...glad that is an Apple Fritter!

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Whew Kid, Upon first glance of your photo, I thought you were mocking Nip's remark re: "disgusting humor"...

Unti I read your post...glad that is an Apple Fritter!

looks like a piece of shapeless overglucosed danish pastry.

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I think I'll let that one pass by. Looks like a brain or a giant

walnut half, though I'm sure it tastes a whole lot better. I

used to work in a store next to a grocery store with a large

bakery section and many mornings I'd run in and get a chocolate

donut and milk. An instant energy boost.

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Now that you've mentioned sweets (again)..

 

My favorite morning snack is a large apple fritter and cup of fresh, black coffee - no sugar. The fritter has to come from a family bakery.. none of those weenie-sized units from the chain donut shops. Of course, I can no longer indulge.. but I sure do think awfully hard about it.

 

..pass them sausages down this end, Nipkow

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Yeah, that should do it. ;)

 

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