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    Quote Originally Posted by ZiprHead View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by steve_bank View Post
    This morning eggs, potatoes, vegetables with a tomato sauce. And an apple.

    Lunch was rice, corn with a tomato sauce. A pile of cheery tomatoes on the side.

    Dinner will be salad with canned salmon.
    I've never had a cheery tomato. They're usually pretty sullen.
    Actually they grow a feature that looks like a smile face. A little more expensive but wort the money.

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    Anything like those tightly curved heirloom tomatoes? The ones that look like my Aunt Wanda in spandex?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ideologyhunter View Post
    Anything like those tightly curved heirloom tomatoes? The ones that look like my Aunt Wanda in spandex?
    I'm glad I enjoyed my electric skillet pizza before reading your post. Definitely an appetite buster.

    But the pizza turned out fabulous. Rao sensitive marina, ricotta, mozzerella, shaved parmesan.

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    carrot cake and a tangerine for breakfast
    potato salad and bean salad and broccoli salad for lunch
    steak, potatoes, green beans for supper

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    Lunch

    Boiled potatoes then added carrots, onions, cheese, mayo.

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    Dessert: an Eccles cake from the UK (found 'em on the English Tea Store site) topped with Cherry Garcia ice cream. Wiped out the calorie loss from my swim at the Y, tho'.
    (Further note on Eccles cakes: Not everyone likes them. They're hard to describe. They have a fruit filling, raisins and currants, I think. If Fig Newtons had a puff pasty outer shell, they'd sort of be Eccles cakes.)

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    I'm too lazy to visit this thread everyday, so I'll just list what my chef made me for dinner each night for the past 6 days.

    7-6 Delicious slow grilled filet mignon with a charred pineapple sauce ( bottled sauce but wonderful ) grilled sweet corn and steamed green veggies

    7-7 fantastic spinach and broccoli quiche with some onions, garlic and mushrooms. fresh fruit on the side

    7-8 Huge salad ( one of my old recipes ) with fresh mixed greens, tomatoes, onions, grapes, apples, raisins, dried cranberries, celery, carrots and feta cheese. Dressing is a red wine vinaigrette and a baked potato on the side

    7-9 Baked chicken tenders with panko bread crumps etc. Much better and healthier than fried, carrots cooked in an orange glaze and Syrian rice/noodle dish, steamed broccoli

    7-10 Ground sirloin burger on a roll from the Publix bakery with sides of fresh green salad, sliced cantaloupe and sliced mango

    Right now, he's looking at shrimp recipes for tonight's dinner

    I always eat cereal for breakfast and either a frozen dinner or tuna sandwich and fruit for lunch, so those are my boring meals.

    I won't mention all the snacks that I eat.

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    Dinner a large vegetable salad with bread and peanut butter. Later plain yogurt with fresh blackberries.

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    Sometimes we have gone to restaurants and just had appetizers and desserts. Stuff we won't have room for if we get a meal.
    Tonight i cooked a snack and served it as dinner.

    A filling of cream cheese, Swiss cheese, baby shrimp, crushed pineapple.
    Spread on slices of white bread, crusts trimmed.
    Folded the slices over, wrapped in bacon, sliced into thirds.

    Baked for half an hour, served about sixty for the four of us.

    Only other thing i put on the table was chilled watermelon. Very nice meal.

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