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Old 01-07-2009, 07:59 PM
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2 hard-boiled eggs and about 5 clementines
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Old 01-07-2009, 08:24 PM
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Just for kicks, three cups of coffee and three yummy donuts for breakfast.


At 12noon:

4 cups of chili
turkey sandwhich..L, T, O, MWp, Horseradish, on high fiber wheat bread.
20 oz whole milk.
fist size portion of raw broccoli
1/4 bag of tostitos scoops with half jar of black bean hot salsa

The boy had the same lunch, but 1/3 the quantity, no chips/salsa.

While replying, 16oz bowl of quaker oatmeal squares with whole milk, 24oz of water.
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Old 01-07-2009, 09:09 PM
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Leftover homemade lasagna. Oh wait, that was breakfast

Always better the second time around.
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Just for kicks, three cups of coffee and three yummy donuts for breakfast.


At 12noon:

4 cups of chili
turkey sandwhich..L, T, O, MWp, Horseradish, on high fiber wheat bread.
20 oz whole milk.
fist size portion of raw broccoli
1/4 bag of tostitos scoops with half jar of black bean hot salsa

The boy had the same lunch, but 1/3 the quantity, no chips/salsa.

While replying, 16oz bowl of quaker oatmeal squares with whole milk, 24oz of water.

Are you eating for two?
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Old 01-07-2009, 10:56 PM
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It's a bit embarrassing, but two fillet o fish, a few nuggets and some fries. Didn't have much time after picking up the big guy from pre-school. Had a sitter coming over at 1:45 so I could go to the ultrasound for the baby. All was okay. Now I am paying for eating McDonalds by how crappy I feel. Blah. Tastes good going down and thats about it.
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Outdoor physical work in the winter puts great demand on my body, and will eat/hydrate accordingly. The wife is understanding, but gets a little irritated when I come home from processing wood and knock out a 3#roast, and a pint of ice cream during the tonight show, since the roast is supposed to feed the family for two meals.

Supper tonight....

(remaining) 1/3 of a 9x13 pan of chicken breast w/mushroom and onion gravy...can of green beans...20oz whole milk...a few clemintines, and 2litres of water over the course of the night until bed. If I work tonight, there will be further damage to the fridge innards.
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Outdoor physical work in the winter puts great demand on my body, and will eat/hydrate accordingly. The wife is understanding, but gets a little irritated when I come home from processing wood and knock out a 3#roast, and a pint of ice cream during the tonight show, since the roast is supposed to feed the family for two meals.

Supper tonight....

(remaining) 1/3 of a 9x13 pan of chicken breast w/mushroom and onion gravy...can of green beans...20oz whole milk...a few clemintines, and 2litres of water over the course of the night until bed. If I work tonight, there will be further damage to the fridge innards.
Good lord. IT's a wonder your still alive! Slow my my good son. I'd piss myself silly if I drank that much.
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I went to something I dislike and avoid profusely -- a buffet. Heard about a new Indian restaurant, drove ten minutes out, and didn't realize it was a buffet until I had already sat down. Several good spinach items and types of naan, but I'll return when they have their outdoor cart open on weekends. Like every other American who goes to a buffet, I ate too much.

Balanced it with a modest rice, broccoli, and french bread for dinner.
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Old 01-08-2009, 02:04 AM
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Anyone else shocked that silvio's not a buffet fan?
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Old 01-08-2009, 02:11 AM
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Hmmm, I won't ask....
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