Breakfast: 1/2 gallon of skim milk Brunch: Met-Rx big 100 bar Lunch: BBQ Soybeef Spaghetti* Lupper: Huge protein shake Dinner: Leftover BBQ pasta
* One jar Ragu tomato basic sauce + one bottle K.C. Masterpiece BBQ sauce + Tony Chachere cajun spice + tabasco = the greatest pasta sauce ever made. I eat it every day. Today, it was with wheat/flax oil spaghetti and soy ground beef substitute. Nutritious, delicious in my belly.
You wanted the best, you got... Out of Context Quote of the Week: FROM THE VAULTS.
"I just want the ability to crush a man's neck with my thighs." (JST)
No breakfast, no lunch. First thing was a bagel on the way to my girlfriend's around 4:30. Then came her birthday dinner...
* Edamame hummus with sesame flatbread * Oyster Rockefeller * Pot roast slider with crispy onions * Shrimp skewer with lemon, garlic and herbs * Lamb and smoked Gouda whole wheat quesadilla * Goat cheese and tartlet with apple, carmelized shallots in a honey balsamic glaze * Tuna tartare with grilled avacado and limoncello dressing * Watermelon and yellow tomato with feta cheese and basil oil * Sorbet in champagne * 7 cheese manicotti, with a golden tomato sauce * Cashew-crusted filet of sole with Key lime sherry cream sauce * New York strip steak with porcini mushroom sauce and potato broccoli risotto * Smore creme brulee * An assortment of artisan cheeses
Well, why are we giving up THAT much for him? Rivers, this year's 3, and next year's 1 and 5? In the words of Anna Nicole Smith (according to Kathy Griffin), I don'like it. I would have rather seen us keep that pick and use it... on someone else (no, I don't know... maybe trade down) and try to get Losman late in 1 or early 2 (which wouldn't happen, thanks to the Bills).
Originally posted by drjayphd* Watermelon and yellow tomato with feta cheese and basil oil
I had something similar to this recently at some trendy Boston restaurant to which I won a gift certificate. Brilliant combination.
Originally posted by drjatphd* Smore creme brulee
I rarely eat sweet desserts, but that one sounds like a winner.
Yesterday's food selection for me
Breakfast: apple, cranberries, granola, milk
Lunch: leftover kohlrabi au gratin, leftover salmon with lemon and capers, spinach salad with walnuts
Dinner: caesar salad, bad lasagna at a restaurant I will not be returning to
EDIT: I feel like a jerk for saying this, but I looked over the previous entries in this thread and had trouble resisting. I don't have the best nutritional habits myself, but c'mon people, fuel your bodies properly.
(edited by samoflange on 18.10.09 0933) Lloyd: When I met Mary, I got that old fashioned romantic feeling, where I'd do anything to bone her. Harry: That's a special feeling.
"EDIT: I feel like a jerk for saying this, but I looked over the previous entries in this thread and had trouble resisting. I don't have the best nutritional habits myself, but c'mon people, fuel your bodies properly." -Samoflange
I don't think your a jerk for saying this. It is part of the reason I started this thread in the first place. If people would write down honestly what they ate every day, they could see all of the crap they put into their bodies. Especially me. My last doctor's visit involved the words "maybe you need to see a nutritionist". The phrase "turkey bacon" though sent chills down my spine. LOL
Supper: Will be a Subway turkey sub (footlong). Will also have baked chips or pretzels (depending on what is at the store) and some kind of reasonably low-cal chocolate (maybe a Kit Kat Senses or a mint Three Musketeers bar).
Also: water; coffee; diet soda; tiny free samples of pumpkin muffin and pumpkin spice latte
2 cups cheerios 2 turkey sandwiches on flatbread about 3 cups of popcorn 2 cups of coffee, 1 of tea 1 diet coke and 1 coke zero
We'll be back right after order has been restored here in the Omni Center.
That the universe was formed by a fortuitous concourse of atoms, I will no more believe than that the accidental jumbling of the alphabet would fall into a most ingenious treatise of philosophy - Swift
First, my family has always used the Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner nomenclature. My 80 year old grandmother did the Dinner/Supper one as she grew up, because she will often use those terms before remembering how we do it and correcting herself.
As for yesterday:
Lunch: Corned Beef Hash with 4 chicken wings
Dinner: More corned beef hash with small bag of Doritos. Dessert was one reese's cup
At 12:14am (i.e. right now): Mountain Dew and powdered mini-donuts (yeah, I know)
"Put on your helmets, we'll be reaching speeds of 3!" "It was nice of you to give that dead woman another chance." "All right, look alive everybody...oh sorry Susan."- MST3K: Space Mutiny Click Here (myspace.com)
1 - We talked about marriage in general on our second date, and I proposed while we were at my parent's cabin a month and a half later. 2 - I never thought about asking her parents' permission. Then, I don't know what they'd have said.