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What Did You Have For Lunch Today?
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An apple with cheddar and a package of bacon. :ph34r:

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An apple with cheddar and a package of bacon. :ph34r:

 

While some of the fancy stuff sounds good sometimes, I think I should be at your house for lunch.

 

I managed to put a potato in the microwave today and slap some sour cream on it. Not exactly healthy but I mean, at least it was a vegetable.

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Eggs Benedict with prosciutto and gluten-free buns

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What is this "lunch" you speak of? :lol:

 

In all seriousness, probably something with peanutbutter.

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Today I managed something resembling a real lunch. A chicken and mushroom quesadilla and mango coconut jasmine rice pudding. I figure since its rice, it doesn't technically count as a sweet. Right?

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Today is my birthday!  I'm having all sorts of yummies to eat today (especially for dinner).  For lunch I made thin crust pizza topped with spinach and feta.  Lactose-free cheese and chocolate milk. 

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Happy Birthday L2T

 

lunch today is quinoa & lentils with sun dried tomatoes  & red onion also roast pork with lots and lots of garlic

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Thanks.  I wish I could say I turned 27 but alas...I cannot.  :wacko:

 

Today was roast beef sandwiches.  Very good.  Forgot to use my homemade chipotle ketchup with it, though!  Tomorrow...

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Mixed baby greens with blood orange vinaigrette, toasted almonds and pepitas.

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I made a batch of corn gnocchi to go with marinara sauce.  Simple but good.  :)

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A toasted sweet potato cake, home made , topped with hot banana and toasted almonds

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That is a lot of really cool ideas for Chebe! I would totally eat those.

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That is a lot of really cool ideas for Chebe! I would totally eat those.

She has a lot of cute ideas on her site that I would totally eat! Maybe she could be our mommy?

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She has a lot of cute ideas on her site that I would totally eat! Maybe she could be our mommy?

 

I could use one to make me lunch. I may have eaten an entire breaded, fried zucchini today for lunch when I could feel my face again after my dentist appointment. :ph34r: I know zucchini starts out as a healthy food but I may have turned it into junk food. Oops.

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This morning I made some unctuous creamy potato, corn and poblano soup seasoned with lots of fresh thyme.

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I made a fresh juice of beetroot, apple and ginger.

I often have homemade soup or Dahl for lunch. Sometimes just some fresh fruit will keep me going.

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Mango raspberry and lime smoothie with coconut milk.

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I've been having the same thing for lunch every day this week after my awesome deal at the store. A thing of Noosa yogurt and some frozen grapes.

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I've been having the same thing for lunch every day this week after my awesome deal at the store. A thing of Noosa yogurt and some frozen grapes.

Don't you just love frozen grapes?  :wub:

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Don't you just love frozen grapes?  :wub:

 

I don't know what it is, but something about freezing them just makes them magical. They're practically perfection. :wub:

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My current favorite lunch (I go in spurts)-- Swiss cheese sammie on Udi's with Lays chips. Home brewed ice tea with a wedge of lemon.

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Roast Sweet Potato Almond Chipotle Soup with Parmesan Thyme Crisps

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