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    Two manapua and cup of Mountain Dew.

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    Dim sum at Mei Sum in Chinatown. A mixed bag. Some items were so cold, I joked they must've been on the cart since yesterday. But some were piping hot, fresh, and delicious -- particularly the garlic eggplant, always a winner.

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    After all that talk about Bob's Big Boy in another thread here, that's where I went for lunch today.
    My apologies to TutuSue and to Tikiyaki.
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    That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.

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    Two slices of Northend Boston Pizza

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    Quote Originally Posted by LikaNui View Post
    My apologies to TutuSue and to Tikiyaki.
    You can always go again. There aren't any of those up this way, but I used to go to one in downtown Cedar Rapids, Iowa, long, long ago. I usually got spaghetti or fish 'n' chips (in fake British newspaper) - it's where I learned to like malt vinegar on 'em.

    Today, I was in Seattle's University District, and had a chili dog from Matt's; I would not go again - blah. Should have gone with my first idea of a sausage from Shultzy's (don't worry, Scrivener - I went there just a couple of weeks ago.)

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    Chili cheese fries and a bottle of Sprite Zero from the HCC Cafeteria.

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    Shrimp Balatong (Mungo Beans) w/tangcong (ong choy) from New Cafe Dalisay on Maunakea Street.

    Rice

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    Loco Moco with extra gravy.
    The hell with the diet. Today has been a gooood day, so I treated myself.
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    I don't eat lunch when I'm at work. I snack all day.

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    S&S saimin, which i eat maybe once a year and usually only for one reason. tummy still funny. junk to have funny tummy when you're at work. worse to have funny tummy and hear co-workers say the double-ended stomach flu has reared its ugliness again this summer. bleh.
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    Baked chicken, brown rice, mac salad and a botte of Mountain Dew.

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    Small yogurt + granola - going out for dinner/symphony concert tonight, so keeping an appetite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helen View Post
    Baked chicken, brown rice, mac salad and a botte of Mountain Dew.
    Helen is probably the most diligent poster to this thread. I am always intrigued by his lunch and dinner choices. Sometimes he's healthy, sometimes he isn't but most times he does the Dew.

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    wot??? helen is a 'he'???

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    Quote Originally Posted by ploal5333 View Post
    wot??? helen is a 'he'???
    Helen is helen; that's all you need know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo Lakio View Post
    Helen is helen; that's all you need know.
    Helen being a 'he' might explain the lack of home-cooked meals, as well as the ever present Mountain Dew.

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    It's a long story... and probably not one for this thread.

    Anyway. For lunch today, I met a friend at Coffeeline in Manoa. It's in the Atherton YMCA building across from UH, at the corner of University Ave. and Seaview.



    How can you not be intrigued by a kitchen like that? We split a lasagne and salad. The food was good, but the ambiance was the best part. A space any mad scientist slash packrat college professor could love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pzarquon View Post



    How can you not be intrigued by a kitchen like that? We split a lasagne and salad. The food was good, but the ambiance was the best part. A space any mad scientist slash packrat college professor could love.
    Hey Larry, can you tell me where the spatula is?" The angry cook yells back "It's behind the license plate on the hook to the left of you". Still looking, he asks, "Which license plate?"

    The funniest part of that photo is, amid all that chaotic clutter, the microwave at the centerpiece is actually running. lol!

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    Lunch was weird. Okay, can't blame the food. I am weird for eating....a half of a burrito and one whole, little lumpia. Fresh cup of tea with it. Dinner.....I shudder to think.

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    Quarter pounder with cheese and a cup of Diet Coke from a McDonalds Express.

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    Cheeseburger (no onions), salad (bleu cheese), and an iced tea (with lemon) from The Shack in Kailua. YUM!

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    Dysfunctional as this may sound...lunch was salmon with a bit of relish and miracle whip, then some plain chex mix stirred right in, and in a large cup so I could eat it while I worked at my desk. Fresh brewed, dark iced tea to wash it down. burp~

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    BBQ Chicken salad and water w/lemon from CPK.

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    George Bush Pizza (I hear it is one of his favorites)...

    Pizza dough, pizza sauce, ketchup, mustard, chopped onions, browned ground beef chunks, sliced tomatoes, dill pickle chips, cheezewhiz.

    Not too bad, but more beef and less pickles, next time. And mild mustard instead of Dijon.

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    Some chicken pasta dish, veggies and a bottle of water from the HCC Cafeteria.

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