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    Posted: 23 Jul 2020 at 12:21am
Just what the subject line asks: what was the last thing that you ate?
 
For me, it was a Hello Kitty strawberry/cherry popcycle.

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Dinner which was a chili dog with mustard, green squash (or is it zucchini) and some kind heated slaw thingy. It had cabbage and slivers of kale and I don't know what. It was good and I shoveled in a few fork fulls
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My usual Monday through Friday dinner consisting of:

1/3 cup (uncooked) brown rice

2 cups mixed vegetables (chopped broccoli, chopped spinach, lima beans, corn, green beans, peas, carrots)

shredded baked chicken breast

seasoned with a bit of margarine, soy sauce and Mrs Dash. 

A handful of "woven wheat" (Triscuit style) crackers on the side.

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I just had a bowl of Chex Mix as a snack. I like it because it has a little bit of everything.
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A chicken salad sandwich on wheat bread with no mayonnaise (because I looked in the fridge and I've apparently run out).

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A can of Chef Boyardee Jumbo Spaghetti & Meatballs.

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After my 6 cups of coffee, I eat a Little Debbie donut stick with milk and my daily aspirin.

A little later on I eat 2 of these...


Then, and I love this time of the day. I have my 3 piece Cod dinner waiting for me.  Evil Smile


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I'm glad my old man diet is low-fat rather than low-carb. I'd hate to give up pasta.

Tonight I had a pre-made meal from the cold deli case of my supermarket. Lemon-pepper chicken over penne. I added Romano cheese to it, and microwaved it.

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Some slices of pork loin, Apple sauce, string beans in a weird so called steak sauce and that weird slaw I mentioned earlier.

Prior to that a pretzel stick and some dark chocolate kisses.
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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

After my 6 cups of coffee, I eat a Little Debbie donut stick with milk and my daily aspirin.

A little later on I eat 2 of these...


Then, and I love this time of the day. I have my 3 piece Cod dinner waiting for me.  Evil Smile




I want those fish and chips dammit.
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Chicken tetrazzini (I have a killer recipe) and strawberry jello with Cool Whip for dessert.  Maybe "killer" recipe was a poor choice of words.  Let's go with excellent.
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Originally posted by Angry McPisseron Angry McPisseron wrote:

A can of Chef Boyardee Jumbo Spaghetti & Meatballs.


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Shrimp and Grits.Big smile
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A can of Chef Boyardee lasagna; I might also have a popcycle (I had the lasagna already).
Definitely a "poor man's dinner" -- my food stamps won't be here until Saturday. :-/
 
I might make a chicken salad sandwich on wheat bread a bit later on.

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I had BBQ ribs with Mac N Cheese as a dinner last night and had caramel puffcorn as a snack.
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I had some great pancakes and some sausage patties on the side.
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Burgers & Sandwiches

All burgers are 100% Angus Beef served with Lettuce, Tomatoes, Onions, Pickles & Ketchup & Mustard.

Hamburger: ⅓ lb – $4.99 | Double – $6.99

Cheeseburger: ⅓ lb – $5.59 | Double – $7.59

Pizza Burger: ⅓ lb – $5.69 | Double – $7.69

Mushroom & Swiss: ⅓ lb – $5.99 | Double – $7.99

Pepperjack Burger: ⅓ lb – $5.59 | Double -$7.59

Cheese House Cheese Curd Burger: ⅓ lb – $7.59| Double -$9.99

Chicken Salad (seasonal): $4.59

Gyro: $5.79

Patty Melt: $6.59

Turkey Bacon Melt: $5.99

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Just Mcdonald's Chicken Mcnuggets for lunch but tonight I'm going to a picnic at a park and eating ham sandwiches.
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Sausage and peppers, broccoli, home grown tomatoes and mozzarella, home grown cucumber. Passed on the string beans and mushrooms.
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I had breakfast for dinner tonight, minus the coffee of course.

I had half of a small can of chunk ham from the Dollar Tree.... 




...that I sliced into two 1/4" thick x 3" diameter slices which I put on top of a piece of whole wheat bread in a small baking dish, then whipped up an egg and dumped it over the bread and ham then put some shredded sharp white cheddar over it all. Sprinkled on some Mrs Dash and popped it into the toaster oven and baked until brown.

Had some Triscuits on the side.

Pretty much the same thing I eat for breakfast every day.


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I had lasagna with a few meatballs and garlic bread.
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A blow of Kellog's Frosted Mini Wheats, and a bottle of a hybrid pop -- 50% Mountain Dew and 50% Canada Dry Seltzer Water.

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I just had BBQ ribs from a local sports bar/restaurant. This was via takeout.

AKA, I'm always up for a McMuffin.
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A can of Cambells Chunky Chicken Corn Chowder ("the soup that eats like a meal").

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