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#1 Posted on 11.1.06 2010.02
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Breakfast: Microwaved tater-tots. I like to microwave those until they get all hard and leathery. I like to deep-fry everything, but when I try to deep-fry them, they turn into little oil sponges and they don't get crisp. Yuck.

Lunch: Cheap breakfast sausage and rolls. I was cleaning out the fridge, and I found these. I think they are still leftovers from my relatives New Year visit. Both were uncooked, so they were still good. I think these got missed because we ate out for breakfast twice while they were here visiting.

Snack: Spicy Nacho Doritos. They are really not that spicy.

Dinner: Tater-tot Hot-dish. I am eating a lot of tater-tots today. Oh well; I like my hot-dish. Two bags of frozen green beans; microwave until barely done (no salt added during cooking). One can of cream of mushroom soup and one large can of mushrooms. Combine and top with tater-tots. Bake at 350 degrees until hot enough for you.

I think I should keep track of what I eat and list it everyday. Obviously my eating habits are terrible.

I also have another question for all you kind W's. As I was growing up, the meals were referred to as breakfast/dinner/supper. Having a snack was referred to as lunch. This caused great confusion when I met my husband because he used the breakfast/lunch/dinner nomenclature. Which words do all of you W's use? Is the use of the word "supper" a cultural thing?
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#2 Posted on 11.1.06 2025.32
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Meal 1: Small pack of diced pineapple

Meal 2: Microwave Chef Boy-ar-dee Spaghetti RIngs and Meatballs

Meal 3: Microwave Chef Boy-ar-dee Lasagna

Meal 4: Microwave Chef Boy-ar-dee ABCs and 123s

Meal 5: Microwave Chef Boy-ar-dee Spaghetti RIngs and Meatballs

Meal 6 will be a small Stouffer's meat lasagna

And I had some Fat Free Original Pringles today

EDIT: Also many many sugar-free Popsicles.

(edited by Eddie Famous on 12.1.06 0146)
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#3 Posted on 11.1.06 2058.00
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Breakfast: Oatmeal with brown sugar.

Second breakfast: Bagel with cream cheese.

Lunch: Beef and vegetable stirfry with a spicy homemade Szechwan sauce (leftovers from last night).

Dinner: Two cheese egg-white omlette with asparagus and hot red pepper.

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#4 Posted on 11.1.06 2214.26
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Breakfast: Starbucks triple venti vanilla latte

Lunch: Half a pastrami sandwich on toasted sourdough bread, a Dr. Pepper, and a mini Baby Ruth bar

Right before I left work I had a mini Butterfinger.

Dinner: Two eggs, scrambled, four slices of Canadian bacon, one-half peanut butter sandwich, one-half peanut butter & jelly sandwich, and a sip of milk
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#5 Posted on 12.1.06 0014.19
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BREAKFAST: President's Choice Nutrigrain knockoff (raspberry, I think) and some carrots.

LUNCH: Chicken souvlaki pita (souvlaki, romaine lettuce, diced tomato, diced red onion, diced jalapenos, tzatziki) with fries and a big Diet Coke

AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK: A bottle of Diet Cherry Vanilla Dr. Pepper and a Dairy Milk Thins bar (the awesome new toffee kind)

SUPPER and everything after: Reduced-fat microwave popcorn. A handful of sugar-free peanut butter cups. A few pickles. A few glasses of water (had several during the day too) and a bunch of Diet Pepsi. And some gum, if that counts.

Been doing Weight Watchers for about 8 months now. Today was not one of my better days, though it would have been fine if I'd skipped the sugar-free (but not reduced calorie) peanut butter cups.

As for the names of the meals, I say breakfast/lunch/supper, though either lunch or supper can be referred to as "dinner" - I try not to do that so as to avoid confusion. The only time I ever hear "lunch" used meaning snack is when the snack is really pretty much a meal - like a midnight lunch at a wedding reception.

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#6 Posted on 12.1.06 0021.31
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B-fast- 9 egg whites and some spaghetti.

Snack-more egg whites and some potato

Lunch- Salmon and some more spaghetti

Pre Workout shake- one scoop whey, some maltodextrin]

Post workout shake- 2.5 scoops whey, 3 scoops dextrose some Creatine Ethyl Ester

Dinner- Wet Chicken Burrito

Late work snack- Beef burrito

And I will probly have a shake before bed

Oh and on the West coast, I have never heard "supper" used.




(edited by ShotGunShep on 11.1.06 2222)
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#7 Posted on 12.1.06 0344.53
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    Originally posted by KJames199
    BREAKFAST: ... Today was not one of my better days, though it would have been fine if I'd skipped the sugar-free (but not reduced calorie) peanut butter cups.


Good lord, where is the protein in that meal? After the operation I was told to get between 50-75 grams protein a day, but I don't see any in that menu.
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#8 Posted on 12.1.06 0743.13
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Breakfast: Honey-Comb cereal & milk
Lunch: Checkers Chicken Sandwich, Large Seasoned Fries, Large Coke
Dinner: Two Taco Bell Burritos, small Mt.Dew
Snack: Banana Bread & Mt.Dew

Didn't do it today, but many days I also snack on Cashews at the desk. (Read "at the desk" to mean "all day")
And you probably noticed that I'm a Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner guy.
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#9 Posted on 12.1.06 0824.32
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Yesterday

Breakfast - coffe and a couple of those semistale continental breakfast at a hotel cinnimon rolls.

Lunch - Salami sub - foot long from a local sub shop (not Subway)

Dinner - Two Butterburgers from Culver, medium fries and some diet lime pepsi.

Slug of nyQuil and 8 hours of nyquil-induced coma.
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#10 Posted on 12.1.06 0910.46
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Clementines are out in full force at my local grocery store and I've gone through nearly 2 boxes in the past day and a half. I freakin love those things. So far they are the only things I've had today. Maybe I had a banana too, but I can't be sure.
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#11 Posted on 12.1.06 0948.20
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    Originally posted by Eddie Famous
    Meal 1: Small pack of diced pineapple

    Meal 2: Microwave Chef Boy-ar-dee Spaghetti RIngs and Meatballs

    Meal 3: Microwave Chef Boy-ar-dee Lasagna

    Meal 4: Microwave Chef Boy-ar-dee ABCs and 123s

    Meal 5: Microwave Chef Boy-ar-dee Spaghetti RIngs and Meatballs

    Meal 6 will be a small Stouffer's meat lasagna

    And I had some Fat Free Original Pringles today

    EDIT: Also many many sugar-free Popsicles.

    (edited by Eddie Famous on 12.1.06 0146)

Looks like you are screwed if the Microwave breaks...

Yesterday

Breakfast - 2 cups of Community Coffee with the last of the egg nog instead of creamer, Shop Rite Strawberry Banana Non Fat Yogurt and Nature Valley Trail Mix Fruit & Nut Granola Bar.

Lunch - Salad Bar - 2 kinds of lettuce, red & yellow pepper slices, sliced carrots, cheese, crumbled hard boiled egg, bacon bits, pineapple chunks, raisins, hot sauce and fat free French dressing - a package of Austin Toasty Crackers with Peanut Butter and a Fresca.

Dinner - Sauteed Seabass, cut beets, peas, Diet A&W Root Beer and a piece of chocolate cake (no icing) to celebrate the return of LOST

Sancks - morning was another granola bar and afternoon was 2 Hershey's Extra Dark Mini's
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#12 Posted on 12.1.06 1034.36
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    Originally posted by dunkndollaz
    and a Fresca.

That makes reading this thread worthwhile.

And what's with the new flavored Fresca anyway? I don't need any other flavor than what it already is!
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#13 Posted on 12.1.06 1054.44
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    Originally posted by Eddie Famous
    Good lord, where is the protein in that meal?


There wasn't much. Chicken at lunchtime, I suppose. It wasn't an average day.
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#14 Posted on 12.1.06 1442.43
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Good lord, I am a pig compared to y'all ... Yesterday:

Breakfast: Bag of TGI Friday's Potato Skins (Cheddar and bacon flavored), 20 oz. Coke.

Lunch: "Gargantuan" sandwich -- minus mayo, with jalapenos -- chips and Coke from Jimmy John's sub shop.

Dinner: Brie with toasted bread, crawfish chowder soup, 16 oz. ribeye, medium rare, asparagus, mashed taters.

Snack: Two rectangles of the giant Hershey's w/almond bar I got for Christmas.
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#15 Posted on 12.1.06 1546.00
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Breakfast of Champions: Large Coffee (yeah, I know... whatever)

Lunch: Hot Pastrami sandwich, Minestrone soup, coffee

Snack: Sour Cream and Onion Pringles (snack size), coffee

Dinner: Burger, Fries, and two Bud-lites

Night cap: Two glasses of Italian wine. Okay, three glasses



My body is a temple.... the problem is I'm an atheist.


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#16 Posted on 12.1.06 1557.27
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Breakfast: cup of coffee

Snack: cup of coffee

Lunch: five peanuts (because I was too lazy to fill a bowl)

Dinner (est.): All the shrimp and fries I can eat, hush puppies, rice, much iced tea

Now THIS is a diet!

I gotta get away from this desk more.
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#17 Posted on 12.1.06 1601.08
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Breakfast: two apple Fruit & Grain bars

Lunch: 18 ounces of carrots and celery and 18 oz of generic Cheerios

Snack: chocolate chip cookies

Dinner: chicken alfredo with red peppers

Snack: leftover Christmas candy
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#18 Posted on 12.1.06 1909.50
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    Originally posted by dunkndollaz
    Looks like you are screwed if the Microwave breaks


Eh. It's easy enough to plop it on the stove for a quick heat-up. It's just that they are about the perfect size for the stomach.

Can't have a lot of bread (it's like swallowing styrofoam), and staying away from sugars. Some food just doesn't work.

Had a Michelina's pepperoni pizza "Zap 'Em" today, they are cheap and the crust is more biscuity and easier to take.
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#19 Posted on 12.1.06 1924.07
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Breakfast: Coffee

Brunch: Sausage/Egg/Cheese on English Muffin and Coffee

Lunch: Turkey, Lettuce, Tomato on a whole wheat wrap and Fruit Punch drink

Dinner: Fish and Chips plate with a draft beer.
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#20 Posted on 12.1.06 1924.55
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Breakfast: 2 bowls of Maple Brown sugar Oatmeal, Stop at DD on the way to work for a Hot chocolate and a chocolate chip muffin.


15 minute break: Strawberry pop-tarts(the only kind in the vending machine)


Lunch: 3 Jr. Bacon Cheeseburgers, 2 five piece chicken nuggets and 1 Broccoli and Cheese Baked Potato


15 minute Break: ice cream Sandwich


Dinner: 3 Sloppy Joes


Snack: Big bag of Nacho Combos
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