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    Captain D's grilled tilapia on a bed of wild rice, baked potato with lite margarine, and corn on the cob. I went over my 1,200 cal budget by 80 cals. Not too bad when given that I usually stay below my goal.
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    Fish gratin and mashed potatoes

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    Hotdogs made with chicken, turkey, and pork.
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    Tomato soup

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    Shrimp Stir-fry baby!
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    Hotdogs, with a side salad of lettuce and onions dressing in my lite Thousand Island dressing.
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    Fend for yourself. Tonight is hubby's turn to go see Schmoo alone. Little Bit and I are going to have TV dinners and girl time.
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    frozen Pizza

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    bake it first, Lyrica.

    Baked chicken, peas and carrots.
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    Whatever Momma makes.
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    Whataburger pancakes. 7 of them so far. Yum.

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    Tacos I think.
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    Ribs and cheesy broccoli rice, baby!
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    Ham, steamed green beans, roasted asparagus, and Little Bit's "mashin' 'tatoes." Single slices of chocolate pie for Hubby and Little Bit, Weight Watchers turtle sundae for me.
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    Brittany and Alex are on the Advocare diet, so we had a light menu: boiled baby carrots, French green beans, deviled eggs, and rolls, with whipped cream topped strawberries and angel food cake.
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    Roasted asparagus was a bust. Time was too long. Oh, well, I had green beans in place of the asparagus, so it was fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RiaBrown View Post
    Roasted asparagus was a bust. Time was too long. Oh, well, I had green beans in place of the asparagus, so it was fine.
    On Friday, I tried asparagus for the first time and I have to say, I've eaten better lawn grass than that. Ew.

    I had canned beef stew, Popsicles, and angel food cake that Brittany sent home. The cake didn't run my sugar up at dinner, no reason it would tonight; however, I'm not going to eat anymore of it.
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    I love asparagus, I just usually get canned because it doesn't come frozen. This time I tried fresh. I attempted to roast it with olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic, and a sprinkling of parmesan cheese. I think the time was too long, or the temperature was too hot. 25 minutes at 400 was too much. I think next time I'll try 20 minutes at 350. I'm getting adventurous with my veggies now that I'm on a healthy eating kick. I want to try roasted Brussels sprouts next. When I make a "weird" veggie, I always make corn or green beans for everyone else.
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    I cannot think of Brussels sprouts without giggling at what Sissy once let slip. Instead of saying she liked them with butter, she goes "I like Brussels sprouts with buggers." Haha.
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    Breakfast from McDonald's

    Really we had fried chicken, veggies and bisquits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    I cannot think of Brussels sprouts without giggling at what Sissy once let slip. Instead of saying she liked them with butter, she goes "I like Brussels sprouts with buggers." Haha.
    LOL Cindy!

    Quote Originally Posted by SomeChick View Post
    Breakfast from McDonald's

    Really we had fried chicken, veggies and bisquits.
    That's what Little Bit had this morning. McDonald's breakfast. I had a McDonald's coffee. Saved my calories for all the ham I had for lunch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by navallint View Post
    bake it first, Lyrica.

    Baked chicken, peas and carrots.
    Haha, i did ;-)

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    meatballs gratin

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    Easter ham sammies, probably, if I can make it down there on this bum leg, but that's what I get for trying to walk on thin air. Lol.
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    Leftover meatball gratin

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    Fend for yourself. Probably sammies.
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    Barbeque marinated chicken fillet and risotto

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    good ole American supper....meatloaf- buttered rice and green peas..hot rolls...all washed down with a cherry crush..

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    Pharmacy dinner at a fancy restaurant I had a sirloin, broccolini, crispy polenta, some sorta fancy mushroom, a fancy schmancy salad, and a creamy milk chocolate pot de creme that was to DIE for.... And it was all free cause we watched a webinar and learned about a new insulin that came out last week ��
    It was amazing and incredibly delicious, but it put me WAAAAY over my calorie limit and I'm not eating the rest of the week
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    Crap, forgot to take something out of the freezer. Probably ham sammies or ham and eggs. Need to finish the ham.
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    Pasta Alfredo: Tagliatelle, creamy cheese sauce, ham, garlic and basil

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    Rotisserie Chicken and baked potato, with Popsicles for desert.
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    Takeout

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    I could eat Pizza breakfast, lunch and dinner and never tire of it.

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    Pepper steak and creamed potatoes

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    Banana sammies with lite mayo, popsicles for desert.
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    was invited to a birthday dinner with my friend's mother in law. She served wrapped ham roast and boiled potatoes and vegetables

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    Pizza. Pepperoni and Canadian bacon. Dough is rising on the stove.
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    Banana sammies and popsicles.
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    peanut butter on those??

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    I'm being naughty and making chili cheese filled hot dogs. God bless you Oscar Meyer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RiotBoots View Post
    peanut butter on those??
    Yuck, no. No jam or jelly either.
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    Bojangles

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    A friend invited me and some other friends over tto dinner tonight, and he served us a delicious roast venison and garlic baguettes

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    I miss my mama's roast venison.

    I'm having grilled fish.
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    Hubby's working. I made buffalo grilled chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, and steamed asparagus for "Sunday dinner" after church.

    Little Bit heated up a can of SpaghettiOs for dinner, and since I hadn't had nearly enough calories today, I made breakfast for dinner. Two eggs over easy, one bagel, half a grapefruit, and yogurt. That finally put me at enough calories so that MyFitnessPal didn't yell at me.
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    Spring Rolls and sweet chili sauce

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    The tacos we were supposed to have last week. I had bought tortillas, seasoning, salsas, chips, and a box of Mexican rice. Just needed meat, lettuce, a tomato, and sour cream, which I just got tonight. I wait until I'm ready to make them and THEN get that stuff.
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    Turkey, chicken, and pork hotdogs.
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    Spaghetti

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