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    Costco DIY spinach salad with Poppy Seed dressing. Comes with generous amounts of fresh spinach, grated mozzarella, grape tomatoes, bacon, red onion, hard-boiled eggs, sliced mushrooms. Added some diced roasted chicken to that.

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    Munching on double Cheeseburgers, McChicken, Southern Style Chicken sandwich and a cup of fruit punch.

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    Homemade pork and beans, hotdogs, and coke.

    I finally figured out how to make what reasonable passes for Campbell's beans...can't get em over here....

    Soak small beans (I use what's called cocos) overnight and then drain them and fill up canning jars almost halfway full. Bury a small piece of porkbelly in the beans (optional), and fill the jars with a mixture of one part ketchup to three parts water. Seal and pressure can one hour and fifteen minutes at ten pounds pressure.

    Different brands of ketchup will give you widely different tastes...I prefer Heinz.

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    had some leftover roast, not much. turned it into curry for ramen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DNR55 View Post
    Costco DIY spinach salad with Poppy Seed dressing. Comes with generous amounts of fresh spinach, grated mozzarella, grape tomatoes, bacon, red onion, hard-boiled eggs, sliced mushrooms. Added some diced roasted chicken to that.
    that's a good one. I keep saying I'm going to get a costco membership just so I can get one of those whenever I want.. It's amazing the price compared to a smaller "chef" salad you buy at Safeway..
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    Sweet Sven made us jambalaya with tofurkey 'pork' sausage!! With wild rice!! It was yummmmm-mmm!
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    My opu is full.

    Just got back from taking Kleo and Sasha to Camilla Yakiniku Buffet!! PK was our cook. It was an experience for them. heheheh Made her try the sashimi, poke, and raw tako. Taught her how to eat rice with meat and miso too. She learns fast and is willing to try.

    Next delicacy...chocolate covered meat.

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    Burritos and a cup of Baja Mountain Dew from Taco Bell.

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    No dinner.

    The kids were naughty and were sent up to be without.

    I went up to be too depressed about things to eat.

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    Steak, mashed potatoes, corn and a bottle of water.

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    Stack Attack, Baconator, fries and a Diet Coke from the Wendy's that is close to the airport.

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    I am worried about Helen's health, and considering counting all the sodas comsumed for the year.

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    How much does a can of soda from a machine cost, these days?

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    last night: had mexican fare and a margarita that i'm still burping this morning. knew i shouldn't have had that drink, but it tasted good at the time.
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    hi this is sansei and tonight we're having flank steak fryed on our frying pan and we'll have rice and maybe a lettuce salad or something and it'll all be great. last night i had a sunnyside up egg on rice and i had a lettuce salad and my mom had a fried egg with her salad with rice and everything was yum.

    Well thank's for your time

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    Ong Choy Rice Soup.
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    too full from a late lunch at ruby tuesday's so no dinner tonight.
    "chaos reigns within.
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    Personal pan pizzas and a cup of Mountain Dew Baja from Taco Bell/Pizza Hut at Ala Moana.

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    Moroccan stew, over cous cous.

    I've been making more and more Moroccan stuff lately. Don't know why. Maybe the episodes of "Lost" featuring Tunisia made me hungry for North African grub. And since I don't have a magical portal like Ben does, the best I can do is eat like I'm there.

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    hi this is sansei and tonight i cooked myself and my mom homemade vegetable curry and we had it on rice and it was good.tomorrow we're having leftover curry on rice and not sure what's next day.

    well thank's for your time

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    Deli plate lunch from Foodland.

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    I was lazy...

    So we had boiled tiny potatoes, home-made canned pork and beans, a few slices of bacon that were lurking at the bottom of the freezer, and fried eggs.

    And some really good juice from Spain...fruits of the forest...a mixture of strawberry, raspberry, cherry, and red grape juices.

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    And I'm still feeling rather lazy....

    So I mad a quick soup. Fried an onion with a chicken stock cube, a bayleaf, a pinch of thyme, a splash of green Tabasco, a pinch of dried parsley, garlic and chive mixture, and a spoonful of flour, then I added water, a jar of homcanned potatoes and one of cabbage and simmered it all til it looked delicious...I squashed the vegetables a bit with a fork...just before eating it I splashed in the rest of a can of evaporated milk and a spoonful of powdered milk. We had croutons over the top.

    There'll be almost enough left for tomorrow's lunch, if I throw in a jar of homemade green soup (anything green, steamed with herbs and pureed and canned).

    For dessert, there was cake. I put them into canning jars, too...but they never seem to last, as the kids find where I hide them everytime.

    4 eggs
    one cup of self-rising flour
    1/2 cup of soft spreadable-kind margarine (the kind in a tub, already soft)
    1/2 cup of sugar
    one teaspoon baking powder

    Beat it all for only forty seconds and bake at 350F til light brown and risen.

    You can do this in a small cake pan, or do as I do and bake it in canning jars filled almost halfway full and when just done, cap the jars with lids that have been in almost-boiling water and stick the cakes back into the oven for a few more minutes, then take out and cool and wait for the seals to 'ping'.

    (for variety, add vanilla or grated lemonpeel or poppyseeds to the basic batter)

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    fresh corned beef, cabbage, potatoes and carrots.
    "chaos reigns within.
    reflect, repent and reboot.
    order shall return."

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    hi this is sansei and today we're having chicken fried on our frying pan and we'll have rice and for dessert,we may have a apple pie my mom purchased from downtown at a chinese dessert shop so i thought to share this with everyone.

    well thank's for your time

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