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Old 11-16-2008, 07:32 AM   #51
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Mine would be Veggie burgers ,Soy milk and Tofu cream bars....
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Old 11-16-2008, 02:21 PM   #52
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Toasted wheat bread topped with real butter, splenda and cinnamon. I have never eaten so much bread in my life.
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Old 11-16-2008, 02:31 PM   #53
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I went to TGI Friday's for dinner last night. Overwhelmed by the menu choices, finally decided on a pecan-crusted chicken salad. I don't usually go for the shredded green stuff, but figured it had to be tasty with all of the fixin's: feta cheese crumbles, pecans, cranberries, mandarin oranges.

Tasty doesn't even begin to describe it.

Great big, thick and tender chicken breast slices smothered with a pecan coating. Snappy balsamic vinagrette dressing, crunchy and chewy and salty and savory ... ohhhhhhhh God soooooooo good I went back and picked up another take-out order for tonight's dinner.
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Old 11-16-2008, 03:09 PM   #54
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I am totally hooked on Cherry Coke Zero. I don't know what it is but I have to control my urge to drink more than I allow myself for sodas a day. It is soooooooo good.
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Old 11-18-2008, 12:08 PM   #55
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Keebler bacon cheddar tater skins....

I'm going on my second bag already today...


I'm buying a big bag of sour cream and chives flavor and a tub of sour cream for a snack later on tonight
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Old 11-18-2008, 08:21 PM   #56
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My name is Pam

And I am addicted to potato-leek soup. I have made it 4 times already this month and can't get enough of it. There is something seriously wrong with me............



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Sugar-free frozen Dole fruit bars

Dole frozen fruit & yogurt bars (low fat and low sugar)

they are delicious and very helpful with me getting back on track with the diabetes
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A treat I don't mind spending money on is organic Dublin Irish Cheddar Cheese (from Trader Joe's) with apple slices.

And something I've been dying to ask on this board for a while now is, what the hell is a leek? Heard of 'em all my life but never had the pleasure.
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A treat I don't mind spending money on is organic Dublin Irish Cheddar Cheese (from Trader Joe's) with apple slices.

And something I've been dying to ask on this board for a while now is, what the hell is a leek? Heard of 'em all my life but never had the pleasure.
Leeks are in the same family as onions and garlic. They look like green onions/scallions on steroids and have a mild onion flavor.
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Leeks are in the same family as onions and garlic. They look like green onions/scallions on steroids and have a mild onion flavor.
And they are freaking awesome!!! I put them in almost anything that calls for onions. They are milder and yet very flavorful.
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I am sitting in my car doing the happy dance because I had to come to the burbs...lo and behold a Sonic has opened not too far from my parents. So it's official. I will be visiting once a week.
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I am sitting in my car doing the happy dance because I had to come to the burbs...lo and behold a Sonic has opened not too far from my parents. So it's official. I will be visiting once a week.
The one that just opened in the south burbs? What is the big deal with Sonic? If I go there, what should I get to introduce myself to the Sonic experience?
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The one that just opened in the south burbs? What is the big deal with Sonic? If I go there, what should I get to introduce myself to the Sonic experience?
Yeah. My parents live in the 'burbs. I LOVE a cherry limeade or ocean water...whenever my partner and I travel south, it's one of the first places I stop since Chicago doesn't have one.
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Well, it's winter so every year around this time I go crazy for creamy soups with a side of some grilled cheese. Oh yah, can't forget the hot chocolate!
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5 of the last 7 nights, I have had a late night ( 11:30PM...give or take ) snack of large curd cottage cheese with lots of cracked black pepper...and around 10 big cherry tomatoes, cut in half and sprinkled with kosher salt.

Bowl or plate...doesn't matter...when I am finished, I lick it.
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I went to TGI Friday's for dinner last night. Overwhelmed by the menu choices, finally decided on a pecan-crusted chicken salad. I don't usually go for the shredded green stuff, but figured it had to be tasty with all of the fixin's: feta cheese crumbles, pecans, cranberries, mandarin oranges.

Tasty doesn't even begin to describe it.

Great big, thick and tender chicken breast slices smothered with a pecan coating. Snappy balsamic vinagrette dressing, crunchy and chewy and salty and savory ... ohhhhhhhh God soooooooo good I went back and picked up another take-out order for tonight's dinner.

I get this every time I go to Friday's. It is just the most yummy thing in the entire place. I want one SO bad right now!! lol (But I get mine with honey mustard instead of the stuff they automatically serve it with.. I'm not much for vinegar-based dressings.)
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this thread makes me hungry! lol...If everyone is sharing my latest kick has to be peanut butter and grape jelly sandwhiches also mt dew....weird...
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Old 11-20-2008, 09:24 AM   #68
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The one that just opened in the south burbs? What is the big deal with Sonic? If I go there, what should I get to introduce myself to the Sonic experience?
I love Sonic. My favorite drink is the Cherry Limeade. I love the chili cheese hotdog with mustard and onions. They have tater tots. Their onion rings are good. They have good BLTs and usually a "special new thing" that is usually pretty dang tasty. And I usually get their french toast sticks as dessert, since they are freaking awesome dipped into the syrup they provide. And if you ever go while they are offering their fried cheesecake bites, these are a must. They are so good!
Hubby likes their cheeseburgers and flavored teas or chooses one of their many drink choices. They started out as a drink place.
And they serve all of their food on the menu anytime, so you can get some breakfast and some dinner together.
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GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE. i have made 7 of them in the last week. SEVEN. it is all i want to eat. by the time thanksgiving rolls around i am going to be totaly sick of it i think.

also, giant salads. mixed field greens with kidney beans, black olives, sunflower seeds, hard boiled eggs, croutons, cucumbers, celery, dried cranberries, red peppers, and red onions with my mom's balsamic vinaigrette dressing and a huuuuge chunk of old world bread on the side. pretty much the most delicious thing ever! i also like it with strawberries marinated in the dressing minus the kidney beans and hard boiled egg.

..and now my mouth is watering.
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bootleg (vegetarian) sesame chicken by China Mehadrin. I spotted in the kosher aisle of my supermarket and decided to give it whirl hoping it wasn't inedible. It's suprisingly tasty but isn't the major grease bomb that Chinese food can be. I've eaten it for dinner three times this week.
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Bagels... for some reason I've been on a massive Bagel kick for the past week and a half. Sometimes it's a Bagel for breakfast with cream cheese, others it's a bagel sandwich for lunch.
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Well I was going through all my small appliances...trust me I have a ton of them lol...so I decided to pick one and do something lol...so I picked my little dipper...lol 16 oz mini crock pot is what it is....

So first I melted some chocolate and dipped about 50 strawberries in it...and then just drizzled white chocolate in swirls lol I took these to a friends party...and one guy came up to me when he saw them and offered me 200 bucks for them. I said, "Just help yourself, I brought them for everyone" lol he said "I really fucked up with my gf, I need them all"....so I took the money lol

Next I melted velveeta cheese and spicy sauce, chili peppers and we dipped tortilla chips...oh yum

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I love Sonic. My favorite drink is the Cherry Limeade. I love the chili cheese hotdog with mustard and onions. They have tater tots. Their onion rings are good. They have good BLTs and usually a "special new thing" that is usually pretty dang tasty. And I usually get their french toast sticks as dessert, since they are freaking awesome dipped into the syrup they provide. And if you ever go while they are offering their fried cheesecake bites, these are a must. They are so good!
Hubby likes their cheeseburgers and flavored teas or chooses one of their many drink choices. They started out as a drink place.
And they serve all of their food on the menu anytime, so you can get some breakfast and some dinner together.
I love breakfast and dinner available at the same time
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