Not to worry Board-O, there have been plenty of days when you were grilling steaks and veggies on the “what’s for dinner” thread and I’m eating a frozen pizza….
Today we were exploring china town so we stopped at the place with the longest line and had some spicy garlic chicken and fried noodles.
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Originally posted by GlennK:
Not to worry Board-O, there have been plenty of days when you were grilling steaks and veggies on the “what’s for dinner” thread and I’m eating a frozen pizza….

Isn't that the truth?
Or, in my case, working late and coming home to a simple bowl of cereal. Roll Eyes Big Grin
After working the overnight shift for a few days I didn't eat a formal lunch for a bit. Before the football game Saturday I had a classic brunch of Double Gloucester and Gouda cheese with some locally make crackers, a few glasses of Bordeaux and a bottle of Hacker-Pschorr Octoberfest and Blue Moon Pumpkin ale. Oh, and a Reeces pieces... I didn't drink nearly enough to stomach the way Wisconsin lost to Ohio St. however....
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After working the overnight shift for a few days I didn't eat a formal lunch for a bit.


Does that mess up your intestines?
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Originally posted by khmark7:
Before the football game Saturday I had a classic brunch of Double Gloucester and Gouda cheese with some locally make crackers, a few glasses of Bordeaux and a bottle of Hacker-Pschorr Octoberfest and Blue Moon Pumpkin ale. Oh, and a Reeces pieces...

[insert farting emoticon]
I had 10 minutes for lunch. I had 2 "dirty water hot dog" (160 calories each-that's what the sign said-with mustard and onions along with a can of diet Coke and 1.5 oz of potato chips(a package deal at $3.50 served with 2 napkins in a brown bag). All this from a steet vendor who did not speak English very well. I always like people who serve food and handle money. I suppose from an immunologiocal stand point, I gained some antibodies.
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8 White Castle cheeseburgers...I think I need some Tums.


Wow! Going for a personal best?? Smile
To busy dealing with crying investment clients and buying financials.

Heading home to open a nice 2006 Pinot Noir, I need alcohol.
Probably a local term for some kind of fish. It was in a small Bermudian restaurant, one that tourists rarely visit. That's what the chef/owner called it.
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Originally posted by davem858:

8 White Castle cheeseburgers...I think I need some Tums.


Wow! Going for a personal best?? Smile


Unfortunately 8 is probably not even close to my personal best (yet I can't understand why I can't lose any weight!!). It's rare that I eat these during daylight hours as they are usually consumed after hours when I'm not particularly interested in counting. Smile
Jimmy John's tuna sando on wheat, no extra mayo, plus dijon. Jimmy John's makes me forget all about Togo's in Nor Cal for good cheap lunch grub.
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Carnitas Tacos at Taco Surf Seal Beach. YUM!
Ahh, I do miss Mexican food. Not that taco surf is real Mexican food, but I would take it at this point.
Chili cheese dog and a carmel waffle blizzard at Dairy Queen.

I was in the Federal Republic of Boulder today, life was not to be taken seriously, and it was so warm and beautiful.
The burrito that started it all. Well at least this thread anyway. Shrimp Burrito form Cotixan. I love National City.
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Pumpkin ravioli -- free and yummy.
They have some prety swanky soup kitchens in Jersey.

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