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    Cheeseburger mac casserole. My productive mood got me into cooking today!
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    Meatless taco salad with a Weight Watchers turtle sundae for dessert.
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    Went out with friends tonight and ate hamburger

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    No clue. I'm supposed to go see Schmoozing tonight, but they haven't called me yet. Watch me get in the shower and they call.
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    Wendy's Asian Chicken Salad. Trying to eat better.

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    Well, I ended up not seeing Schmoo tonight. (See Pet Peeves thread.) I ended up having a peanut butter sandwich, baby carrots, and a string cheese for dinner. Hubby and Little Bit went on a bike ride because Hubby was fit to be tied. (Again, see Pet Peeves thread.) They probably stopped at Taco Bell for supper, because Hubby works there and can at least get him and Little Bit free drinks and a few tacos, or stopped off at his mom's for supper.
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    I used my husband's father's day present and made some kilbasa:
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    Quote Originally Posted by McCourt View Post
    I used my husband's father's day present and made some kilbasa:
    That sounds yummy! My hubby wants one of those, but I told him to wait until after we get moved into a house, and then we'd get him one for Father's Day and his birthday, since they're roughly a month apart. An easy recipe for BBQ in the Crock Pot is this: ribs (cut apart) and BBQ sauce, layered, and cooked on low all day long. Yes, I use KC Masterpiece BBQ sauce, preferably Hickory but Hubby likes the bourbon flavor, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RiaBrown View Post
    That sounds yummy! My hubby wants one of those, but I told him to wait until after we get moved into a house, and then we'd get him one for Father's Day and his birthday, since they're roughly a month apart. An easy recipe for BBQ in the Crock Pot is this: ribs (cut apart) and BBQ sauce, layered, and cooked on low all day long. Yes, I use KC Masterpiece BBQ sauce, preferably Hickory but Hubby likes the bourbon flavor, too.
    This gift for my husband is going to have to serve as father's day, his birthday and President's Day every day for about ten years. He designed it himself and had contractors build it. It took about four months and set me back about ten grand. It has burners, a fridge, warming drawers and a sink. If he ever decides to change professions, I think he could make a living selling these man kitchens to guys everywhere. I'm going to try the ribs, they sound delish!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by McCourt View Post
    I used my husband's father's day present and made some kilbasa:
    That is awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McCourt View Post
    This gift for my husband is going to have to serve as father's day, his birthday and President's Day every day for about ten years. He designed it himself and had contractors build it. It took about four months and set me back about ten grand. It has burners, a fridge, warming drawers and a sink. If he ever decides to change professions, I think he could make a living selling these man kitchens to guys everywhere. I'm going to try the ribs, they sound delish!!!
    Hubby would love one! The ribs in the Crock Pot ARE delish. Hubby happened to be off work the day that I made them, and threatened to call our DFS worker and report me for "husband abuse" because I started the ribs before I left for work, and he was off all day which meant HE had to smell them all day long! LOL! We told our worker this at her visit after that, and she laughed and said she wouldn't have been able to do anything for Hubby. But it made her laugh! In the recipe, though, I used KC Masterpiece BBQ sauce.
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    Me and a friend went to the cinema tonight and watched The Duff, and before the movie we went to a place called Chang Cheng and ate dinner. I ate:

    Appetizer: Tempura King prawns with salad and houses dip
    Main course: Deep fried duck with Peking sauce
    Dessert: Banana boat with ice cream and chocolate sauce

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    Ham and cheese pie

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    BBQ. Yum! Now I want me some homemade sloppy joes. Ria, you can get a low cal recipe of it online to cook in a crock pot.
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    Pintos, fried taters n' onions, cornbread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by navallint View Post
    Pintos, fried taters n' onions, cornbread.


    Roast beef sammies and maybe a salad.
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    Baked lemon pepper tilapia, steamed green beans, and rice.
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    Have been outside with friends the whole day and enjoyed the sun and done som bbq :-) First one this year :-)

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    The mother to my friend invited the whole gang over for dinner. And she served us sausage and meat stew

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    Hotdogs. Next week or so I'm cooking cornbread, pintos, and baked potatoes.
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    Pork chops, stuffing, corn, and broccoli.
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    pork fillet pan and mashed potatoes

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    Canned beef stew and popsycles. Yum! Homemade beef stew would be better, but canned is quicker.
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    Chicken, Coleslaw, Tomato & Cheese pieces (Sandwiches to the non Scots).

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    Canned Brunswick stew. Yum! I would love a cup from a BBQ place, but I don't like the way Po' Boys BBQ makes theirs. Too catchup-e and not enough spice, and it has big pieces of potato in it. Yuck.
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    Leftover pork fillet pan and mashed potatoes

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    Having takeout chicken fried rice from Kyoto Japanese restaurant.
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    Just ordered takeout. Mmmmmm beef chow mein.
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    Ordered in pizza. I'm having one slice and a HUGE salad.
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    Me and some friends went to Katti and eat dinner tonight. I had Flatbread with chicken

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    Several weeks ago one of my coworkers mentioned how they had fish sticks and macaroni for dinner every Friday during Lent when she was a kid, and I was like "oh man, I haven't had fish sticks in forever" and I had to buy a box of fish sticks. After a night or two of just baking them up and eating them I had to think of something else to do with them....
    Tonight I threw some in my toaster oven. I put a little "kick it up sauce" (as my mother calls it lol) on a tortilla and put the fish sticks on top of that. Added some coleslaw on top of the fish sticks. Sliced up some avocado and put that on top of the coleslaw. Added a little salt and pepper and wrapped it up. Tasty
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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMonkey719 View Post
    Several weeks ago one of my coworkers mentioned how they had fish sticks and macaroni for dinner every Friday during Lent when she was a kid, and I was like "oh man, I haven't had fish sticks in forever" and I had to buy a box of fish sticks. After a night or two of just baking them up and eating them I had to think of something else to do with them....
    Tonight I threw some in my toaster oven. I put a little "kick it up sauce" (as my mother calls it lol) on a tortilla and put the fish sticks on top of that. Added some coleslaw on top of the fish sticks. Sliced up some avocado and put that on top of the coleslaw. Added a little salt and pepper and wrapped it up. Tasty
    Now I've got a hanker for fish sticks. Lol.
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    Food. I've decided that for dinner, we are going to eat. I think Little Bit and I are going to walk to the grocery store tonight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RiaBrown View Post
    Food. I've decided that for dinner, we are going to eat. I think Little Bit and I are going to walk to the grocery store tonight.
    Don't be starving when you get there or you may have to call a taxi to get home. You may buy the whole store. LOL
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    Sissy made cheeseburgers with Cole Slaw, so I had one and will have the other tomorrow, with Popsicles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McCourt View Post
    Don't be starving when you get there or you may have to call a taxi to get home. You may buy the whole store. LOL
    This is why we are eating first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    Now I've got a hanker for fish sticks. Lol.
    Ahh, the curse of the fish sticks strikes again!! Lol
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    Lazy today, so just bread and cheese

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    I've been a bad girl. *hangs head* I had a cheeseburger tonight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RiaBrown View Post
    I've been a bad girl. *hangs head* I had a cheeseburger tonight.
    From where? Sissy cooked us up some and I ate one with the regular condiments and homemade cole slaw, Mexican onion, pickle spear, and for breakfast I had two potted meat and 1 oz of potato chip sammies, and a daily total of 12 popsycles and I came in over 200 calories below my 1200 calorie budget.
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    A Fish supper.

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    Peppercorn crusted brisket and a loaded baked potato... it was yummy!


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    Frozen pizza. I've worked all day. I don't want to cook.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    From where? Sissy cooked us up some and I ate one with the regular condiments and homemade cole slaw, Mexican onion, pickle spear, and for breakfast I had two potted meat and 1 oz of potato chip sammies, and a daily total of 12 popsycles and I came in over 200 calories below my 1200 calorie budget.
    Hardee's. I'm having salad tonight. I was supposed to make stuffed cheeseburgers, but the hamburger isn't thawed yet. (Homemade food has less calories than fast food.) And since I tend to not eat a lot of high-calorie food on the weekends, I'll be okay. I eat stuff like scrambled eggs, half a grapefruit, etc.
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    Chicken thighs and smiling potato faces :-p

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    frozen Pizza

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    some shrimp rice dish the daughter is making.....I told her I will name it after I eat.
    To my Father. Even though you have crossed the plane, you will always be with me.
    You were not just my Father, but my hero. My life has been a poor attempt to be like you
    You taught me music, vocals, and how to fight. I can only hope I am half the man you are
    When I close my eyes I can see you. And finally, Thank you Dad. for everything.
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