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Old May 20, 08, 12:57 am
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What are you eating today?

I've always thought it would be fun to share what we are eating on any given day. I'm sure there are other such threads (i know of many in Omni), but this one will be better. This one is mine.

I'll start: I had the Yemeni guys at my local bodega make me a hot pastrami on a hero bun. It was a passable dinner. The HUGE plus was that they delivered it, along with a six-pack of Brooklyn.

What about you? What are YOU eating today?
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Old May 20, 08, 3:48 am
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Well, so far, a cereal bar from our local cereal makers. I expect it will get more exciting as the day progresses
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Old May 20, 08, 7:18 am
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Lunch I believe is turkey soup (it's in the fridge, it's soup sized container, so I'm guessing it's turkey) and I'll hit up one of the fruit carts for grapes or cherries, which ever looks good when I stroll around at lunchtime.

Dinner will be some excellent leftover seafood stew we made on Sunday, probably over rice with a salad on the side.

There's also some watermellon in the fridge begging to be part of the plan later.
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Old May 20, 08, 7:23 am
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Out for a work outing at the baseball game tonight, so it'll be mini-PrimeRib sandwiches, hot dog, and some form of mayo-based potato/pasta salads. That will be washed down with several imported beers and a trip to the desert cart for a nice slice of carrot cake.

Fortunately for me, ball park food (as everyone knows) does NOT have any calories. WHEW!
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Old May 20, 08, 7:28 am
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Well, that is what I call an interesting thread

I had a bread with peanut butter, another with "Nutella" and a banana for lunch.

For dinner I plan to eat a salad, but this may change. Maybe I'll end up at McDonads
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Old May 20, 08, 7:33 am
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Toast with peanut butter for breakfast, and then airport food the rest of the day until I hit DTW.
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Old May 20, 08, 7:42 am
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Well, lunch was a tasty chicken, sweet chilli and mozzarella panini from a local Italian sandwich bar. Washed down with some chinotto from the same.
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Well, since I gained 5# on vacation...

I'm back on my program, protein shakes and a bar, one good meal (low carb, high protein) today, lots of water. About 900-1000 calories. Hell, I'm looking good!
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Old May 20, 08, 8:57 am
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Breakfast: OJ

Lunch: Chinese homecooked meal of meat (chicken) and four veggie dishes plus soup

Dinner: Korean grilled pork (sam-gyeop-sal) with all the trimmings and seafood pancake
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Old May 21, 08, 9:24 am
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Originally Posted by happymom2008 View Post
I'm back on my program, protein shakes and a bar, one good meal (low carb, high protein) today, lots of water. About 900-1000 calories. Hell, I'm looking good!
Wow, good for you. I'm trying a similar deprivation diet this week... we'll see how it goes.

Going to walk to the farmer's market in Union Square. Hopefully the fresh trout guy is there. I'm jonesing!
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Old May 21, 08, 9:39 am
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For breakfast I had two klobasneks and I think for lunch I'm going to have Chipotle.
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Old May 21, 08, 9:57 am
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Tea last night was a salad (various leaves and rocket, some from our garden, romano peppers, chantenay carrots, spring onions, cucumber and grilled mushrooms - I don't do dressing, but have some mixed spices) with Quorn sausages and some nice local bread rolls.

Some rather tasty (and excessively juicy) peaches and apricots for afters.
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Old May 21, 08, 9:59 am
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Left over Papa John's, Nutella on flaxseed bread. Dinner: probably canned soup as I have nothing else in my apartment.
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Old May 21, 08, 9:41 pm
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I made some rice with vegetables last night and tonight I fried up the leftovers with a mediocre chorizo. My kingdom for a good, local chorizo!!
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