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They are!

We bought a gift pack w/ the Habenero, Almond stuffed, garlic stuffed, and Blue Cheese stuffed.


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Originally Posted By: writer1
Breakfast: Chai tea latte and a savory tomato and cheese croissant from Starbucks.

Lunch: Broccoli, carrots, pita chips, hummus, blueberries and half a banana.

Dinner: Baby greens salad with raspberries, gorgonzola cheese, pine nuts and a raspberry vinaigrette dressing and homemade banana raspberry muffins.


I wish we could "Like" stuff on here...this sounds like a perfect food day for me! smile


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This sounds interesting. H says, however, that we could make a car payment instead having pine nuts. And if you skip the raspberries, we could include our mortgage.


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Breakfast: protein bar and 2 string cheese sticks

Lunch: double meat cheeseburger sans the bread

Dinner: chicken wings w/blue cheese and caprese salad

Dessert will be a huge slice of sugar free cheesecake if I can get over this too full feeling!


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Originally Posted By: armymama
This sounds interesting. H says, however, that we could make a car payment instead having pine nuts. And if you skip the raspberries, we could include our mortgage.


Yesterday, I picked up a large package of raspberries for $4.99 and a 6 ounce bag of pine nuts (which lasts forever, since you only use a small amount) for $7.99 at Trader Joe's. I love TJ's.

Today was:

Breakfast: whole grain waffle with almond butter and tea.

Lunch: raspberries, half a banana, nuts, crackers, and chocolate cheddar cheese (if you haven't tried it, you really should!).

Dinner: cabbage leaves stuffed with wild rice, carrots, and celery; and a side of hummus and pita bread.


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I already have my menu planned for tomorrow because I am eating at my fave restaurant tomorrow with my aunt and uncle!

Breakfast: fried eggs and bacon

Lunch: double meat cheeseburger, no bread

Dinner: prime rib [to die for!!] sauted spinach, dinner salad with blue cheese


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I cooked an onion, couple garlic cloves with brown rice noodles and smoked mussels in beef broth.
Homemade pu mpkin ice cream

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Carrying on our Halloween tradition and making homemade pizza tonight.

One sundried tomato, pine, and goat cheese and one sausage, pepperoni and green pepper.

Going to dip into DD's candy stash for dessert after trick-or-treating.

Yep, we're throwing caution to the wind tonight!

Happy Halloween. One of my favorite holidays.


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Breakfast: none

Lunch: sausage & eggs

Dinner: Low carb pumpkin and sausage soup. Yum!!!!!


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Originally Posted By: SusieQ
Breakfast: none

Lunch: sausage & eggs

Dinner: Low carb pumpkin and sausage soup. Yum!!!!!


That sounds delish! Can you email me the recipe?


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Originally Posted By: SusieQ
Breakfast: none

Lunch: sausage & eggs

Dinner: Low carb pumpkin and sausage soup. Yum!!!!!


That sounds delish! Can you email me the recipe?


You've got mail! smile


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CANDY, CANDY, CANDY, CANDY, CANDY, CANDY, CANDY, CANDY...


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I jad mozeralla cheese. With spiracha hot sauce

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Steak with sauted onions and red paprika. Broccoli smothered in garlic butter.

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Breakfast: boiled egg, scrambled eggs, 2 pieces of sausage

Lunch: double meat cheeseburger, no bread

Dinner: smoked oysters, protein bar, sugar free cheesecake


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Last night:

Fiance is a whiz at making weird combinations taste good.

First, he made up some ramen, and added some lipton noodles. Then he heated up two of those frozen chicken patties, diced them up, and threw them in with the noodles. Finally he put a slice of cheese in.

Weird but it was sure delicious. smile


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From scratch chicken curry, rice, and fruit on top: banana, coconut, raisins, tomato, etc

One of my faves!! The kids also like it, so that's a bonus. hurray


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Happy Thanksgiving!

We are celebrating with traditional turkey, mashed potato and gravy, fruit salad, brussel sprouts, dinner rolls and of course pumpkin pie.

The children and I won a fresh turkey yesterday. We did not make it to the food pantry before it closed so we could not donate our win. I put in the freezer and we take it down monday so they can use it for Christmas, or donate to a family in need.


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Pizza at skate rink.
I drank homemade carrot juice beforehand

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Steak!

We'll have Turkey and fixins tomorrow.


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