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3/20/2016 12:16:54 PM Sunday Dinner  

fairymaiden
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Bristol, CT
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Who's coming to dinner? I need to know how many plates to set. The main dish is a turkey wrapped in bacon and basted with maple syrup. NOT Aunt Jemima maple syrup, but real maple syrup!

I think Sunday dinners are the best and I look forward to it every week. I like to make a bigger meal and something a little special if possible. I like to stick around the house cooking and watching the race or watching football, baseball etc...

Do you have a certain way you like to spend your Sundays?

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3/20/2016 12:18:09 PM Sunday Dinner  
ol_buddy_ol_pal
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I'll brings some home cooked hot apple pie.

3/20/2016 12:19:30 PM Sunday Dinner  

blondie855
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Fort Madison, IA
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Sundays when the kids were all still home was a huge breakfast before church, and a day for all to discuss the goods and bads of the week, plus problems and praises...

I miss it now living alone...



[Edited 3/20/2016 12:20:07 PM ]

3/20/2016 12:20:31 PM Sunday Dinner  

cherisays
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Hush! The game is on! Take it back to the kitchen.

3/20/2016 12:23:39 PM Sunday Dinner  

comicbookfan97
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What about mashed potatoes and biscuits

3/20/2016 12:24:21 PM Sunday Dinner  

fairymaiden
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Are they your specialty Comic?

3/20/2016 12:30:11 PM Sunday Dinner  
craftybtch
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Sweet potatoes with marshmallows

3/20/2016 12:33:50 PM Sunday Dinner  

dasnixter
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Jessieville, AR
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Today will be Hardee's All Natural Burger hold the mayo/catsup.

Calories 680 Sodium 990 mg
Total Fat 39 g Potassium 0 mg
Saturated 15 g Total Carbs 56 g
Polyunsaturated 0 g Dietary Fiber 3 g
Monounsaturated 0 g Sugars 14 g
Trans 0 g Protein 32 g
Cholesterol 80 mg

I chunk the the larger top bun though I'm not sure how much that saves in carbs/calories.

3/20/2016 12:34:10 PM Sunday Dinner  

mary__me
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Lake City, AR
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Sunday is 'meal prep for the week' day.

3/20/2016 12:34:31 PM Sunday Dinner  
movez2themusic
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FukunoFukuno
Japan
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Quote from fairymaiden:
Who's coming to dinner? I need to know how many plates to set. The main dish is a turkey wrapped in bacon and basted with maple syrup. NOT Aunt Jemima maple syrup, but real maple syrup!

I think Sunday dinners are the best and I look forward to it every week. I like to make a bigger meal and something a little special if possible. I like to stick around the house cooking and watching the race or watching football, baseball etc...

Do you have a certain way you like to spend your Sundays?



I'll bring the chocolate covered bacon and my beautiful fruit salad in a truffle bowl for desert! Just don't let me near the basting process of that bird, I might just lick it clean before it goes in the oven Can't help it I'm a freak for anything maple


My lifestyle has changed to the extreme the past 3 years from what it was for most of my adult life. Once upon beyond the 3.5 years ago most weekends spent at the kids sports tournaments, pool parties in the back yard, house full of kids and tons of food to prepare for our always comical dinner conversations adventures to the mountains and beach BBQing ...

At this point I only imagine what or how I would like to spend my weekends (or days off) as how I am living my life currently is not a reflection of what I like or how I plan on spending that time in the near future ...

I imagine sundays to be spent with friends BBQing, good music and laughter, Pot Lucks, strolling yard sales, spending time with my daughter and her husband at their home while they prepare amazing culinary delights (both are amazing cooks and entertainers) packing up the camping gear after an enjoyable group camping trip with like minds ... I'm not much for routine



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3/20/2016 12:35:44 PM Sunday Dinner  

comicbookfan97
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Yes I like mashed potatoes,Kraft mac&cheese,some pasta,spaghetti

3/20/2016 1:11:39 PM Sunday Dinner  

fairymaiden
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Bristol, CT
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Quote from dasnixter:
Today will be Hardee's All Natural Burger hold the mayo/catsup.

Calories 680 Sodium 990 mg
Total Fat 39 g Potassium 0 mg
Saturated 15 g Total Carbs 56 g
Polyunsaturated 0 g Dietary Fiber 3 g
Monounsaturated 0 g Sugars 14 g
Trans 0 g Protein 32 g
Cholesterol 80 mg

I chunk the the larger top bun though I'm not sure how much that saves in carbs/calories.


Hoooooooly smokes! Look at the sodium and fat content of that bad boy! With all that who cares about the top bun, you might as well eat it as well. That whole sandwich is a heart attack on a bun.

The only way you can possibly save this meal is by washing it down with a diet soda.

3/20/2016 1:15:26 PM Sunday Dinner  

dasnixter
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No soda, no fries and this is the meal of the day and it's 1:15pm. It's a treat that's not oft enjoyed.

I've had one little clementine and a 5.4 oz tub of Grape Nuts/granola mix/bite sized Shredded Wheat and coconut milk.

I should weigh-in less in the morn than today.



[Edited 3/20/2016 1:17:06 PM ]

3/20/2016 1:15:31 PM Sunday Dinner  

stl1
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Saint Louis, MO
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I need directions.

3/20/2016 1:34:26 PM Sunday Dinner  

celyn67
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Quote from fairymaiden:
Who's coming to dinner? I need to know how many plates to set. The main dish is a turkey wrapped in bacon and basted with maple syrup. NOT Aunt Jemima maple syrup, but real maple syrup!

I think Sunday dinners are the best and I look forward to it every week. I like to make a bigger meal and something a little special if possible. I like to stick around the house cooking and watching the race or watching football, baseball etc...

Do you have a certain way you like to spend your Sundays?


That sound delicious!

My Sundays are spent working. Then when I get home I just rekax.

3/20/2016 1:39:05 PM Sunday Dinner  

fishnthec
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Mesquite, TX
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Today, I'm out celebrating my Mom's 87th birthday!

So we are going out to dinner with the family to her favorite restaurant- Chedders!

She's sporting a brand new knee joint replacement, perfectly all healed, and she's ready to dance and party!

3/20/2016 1:40:37 PM Sunday Dinner  

stl1
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Fish-

Have they got a pole at Cheddars?



3/20/2016 1:50:35 PM Sunday Dinner  

xo_lj_xo
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Quote from fishnthec:
Today, I'm out celebrating my Mom's 87th birthday!

So we are going out to dinner with the family to her favorite restaurant- Chedders!

She's sporting a brand new knee joint replacement, perfectly all healed, and she's ready to dance and party!





Awwww that's awesome! Happy 87th birthday to her.

3/20/2016 1:54:55 PM Sunday Dinner  

fairymaiden
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Bristol, CT
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Quote from dasnixter:
No soda, no fries and this is the meal of the day and it's 1:15pm. It's a treat that's not oft enjoyed.

I've had one little clementine and a 5.4 oz tub of Grape Nuts/granola mix/bite sized Shredded Wheat and coconut milk.

I should weigh-in less in the morn than today.


Well yeah, I guess you could fit in the sandwich with the little amount you've eaten so far. Just watch that sodium or you'll be bloated! lol Your diet reminds me of mine though, I always make room for "treats". I think you need to or you won't be successful. As long as you're eating well on a regular basis those treats don't make you gain weight anyways.

3/20/2016 3:09:05 PM Sunday Dinner  

dasnixter
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I don't eat a lot, but I do not starve either. On occasions I'll have a small bowl, standard 5.3 oz plastic yogurt tub, of ice creme.

I do not enjoy that on a day w/hamburger. If I had been gaining weight I would not eat a burger. You're correct about the sodium retaining weight. But, that's water weight that will pass w/time. I never salt anything because everything already has too much sodium.

Same goes for sugar. Tea is always unsweetened & the only extra sugar cereal receives is in the granola mix, that's used sparingly, as well as dried cranberries/raisins.

Me brother brings me damaged boxes of cereal at discount, along w/granola mix, but I prefer the no salt no sugar Bite size Shredded Wheat or Cheerios.

I still enjoy a Sprite/7-up/Ginger ale out of the new 7.5oz cans. Ninety calories of bubbly sugar maybe once a week. Twice is rare as I generally drink tea. Because I enjoy the taste and it is a mild diuretic.

I still use 1/4 cup of half-n-half in me coffee. No amount of weight savings is worth giving that up. It's important to maintain a positive attitude. I'm fairly content where I'm at weight wise, I am in the second semester of the third year, though another six lbs lost would allow me to grin from ear to ear as a mule eatin' briars.



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3/20/2016 3:14:49 PM Sunday Dinner  
movez2themusic
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FukunoFukuno
Japan
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Quote from fishnthec:
Today, I'm out celebrating my Mom's 87th birthday!

So we are going out to dinner with the family to her favorite restaurant- Chedders!

She's sporting a brand new knee joint replacement, perfectly all healed, and she's ready to dance and party!


Perfect! I'll meet you there.Mom's love me. What time did you say?

3/20/2016 3:29:15 PM Sunday Dinner  

fairymaiden
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Bristol, CT
49, joined Mar. 2014


Quote from dasnixter:
I don't eat a lot, but I do not starve either. On occasions I'll have a small bowl, standard 5.3 oz plastic yogurt tub, of ice creme.

I do not enjoy that on a day w/hamburger. If I had been gaining weight I would not eat a burger. You're correct about the sodium retaining weight. But, that's water weight that will pass w/time. I never salt anything because everything already has too much sodium.

Same goes for sugar. Tea is always unsweetened & the only extra sugar cereal receives is in the granola mix, that's used sparingly, as well as dried cranberries/raisins.

Me brother brings me damaged boxes of cereal at discount, along w/granola mix, but I prefer the no salt no sugar Bite size Shredded Wheat or Cheerios.

I still enjoy a Sprite/7-up/Ginger ale out of the new 7.5oz cans. Ninety calories of bubbly sugar maybe once a week. Twice is rare as I generally drink tea. Because I enjoy the taste and it is a mild diuretic.

I still use 1/4 cup of half-n-half in me coffee. No amount of weight savings is worth giving that up. It's important to maintain a positive attitude. I'm fairly content where I'm at weight wise, I am in the second semester of the third year, though another six lbs lost would allow me to grin from ear to ear as a mule eatin' briars.


Ok well, you're a bit more disciplined than I am when it comes to sugar. I still drink a 20 oz bottle of Diet Pepsi every day and have about 3 cups of tea with 2 milks and three sugars. I like to say that that's why I'm so sweet.

But I'm very good otherwise and so far it really hasn't presented itself to be a problem. There's just something about those two things, I'm just not willing to give up or change in any way. But good job to you, sounds like you're doing great!

3/20/2016 3:32:24 PM Sunday Dinner  

easttowest72
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Bremen, GA
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Going to mexican restaurant. We had a family cookout last night. The kids stayed over. Nice to have them all here. Cant wait for the fried icecream.

3/20/2016 3:40:15 PM Sunday Dinner  

dasnixter
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I feel as if some things are required for a healthy mind whilst on a diet. That has since turned into a lifestyle.

I do not look forward to 50-60 minutes on the treadmill.

I do look forward and enjoy a large thermal mug of coffee/Half n Half/vanilla/coca.

There's still a couple of 1.5 quart "half gallons" of ice creme in the freezer. I must finish those before redeeming me three free coupons on Blue Bell.

Yes, even after the recall I ate the Blue Bell.



[Edited 3/20/2016 3:41:25 PM ]

3/20/2016 3:50:12 PM Sunday Dinner  

dasnixter
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the Institute of Medicine, which helps set government nutrition recommendations, decided that people should try to take in about 1,500 milligrams (mg) of sodium daily, with an upper limit of 2,300 mg. Before, they recommended no more than 2,400 mg.

The recommendation for sodium intake is less than 2,300 mg/day for adults. This equals about one teaspoon of table salt. Most people consume far too much sodium through processed foods and table salt, therefore, this recommendation is set at an upper limit.

3/20/2016 3:51:53 PM Sunday Dinner  

fairymaiden
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There's still a couple of 1.5 quart "half gallons" of ice creme in the freezer. I must finish those before redeeming me three free coupons on Blue Bell.

Yes, even after the recall I ate the Blue Bell.

Well... you certainly don't want your coupons to expire so you better get eating those tubs of ice cream in the freezer!

3/20/2016 3:52:52 PM Sunday Dinner  

latinasm
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Making a roast with all the fixings.... Yum!

3/20/2016 3:55:53 PM Sunday Dinner  

dasnixter
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No gravy!

3/20/2016 3:59:19 PM Sunday Dinner  

latinasm
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Gravy too!

3/20/2016 3:59:57 PM Sunday Dinner  

pdforone
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I used to work 60 hours a week, then spend the weekend tending to the ranch and trying to plan time for my other interests, usually with a house and yard full of kids most weekends.

I still get them hanging out, my son and his buddies, my daughters and grandkids when they can. It's nice to have the kids grown so they can do the cooking!

A quiet Sunday here so far, my son and his buddy that lives with us camped out at another friend's place in town so they could see some action, I have really seen enough!

We aren't afraid to cook and usually any food we might buy to go is pizzas or fried chicken, everything else is home made.

3/20/2016 4:03:19 PM Sunday Dinner  
walt_hallow
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beans and greens for me baby!

3/20/2016 4:09:24 PM Sunday Dinner  

dasnixter
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N-O-o-O-o-O-o-O-o-O-o-O-o-O-o-O-o ...

3/20/2016 4:17:19 PM Sunday Dinner  

fairymaiden
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Well I just took that low salt bird out of the oven. Pay no attention to the butter and bacon, it's all gooooood.

Dasnixter (I think that's your name) I wanted to ask you what you do while you're on the treadmill because I have a blast when I'm on mine. I just make sure that I have all my favorite music ready and I'm good to go for an hour or more with PLEASURE. I listen to hard rock or heavy metal because I find that the more aggressive tone of the music makes me work harder. If I was watching t.v. like a lot of people I'd be bored I think.

3/20/2016 4:18:28 PM Sunday Dinner  

latinasm
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Family is here so making dinner!!! Love the fam!!

3/20/2016 4:18:57 PM Sunday Dinner  

cherisays
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Maiden you would have liked the Monsters of Rock cruise, AMAZING!

3/20/2016 4:32:03 PM Sunday Dinner  

fairymaiden
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What's that cruise?

3/20/2016 4:33:04 PM Sunday Dinner  

cherisays
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Look it up

80's hair bands all day everyday!

Was amazing!!

Me and Latina went in February...

3/20/2016 4:34:40 PM Sunday Dinner  

pdforone
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http://monstersofrockcruise.com/west/the-bands/

3/20/2016 4:34:58 PM Sunday Dinner  

jester0011
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i had beans and tofu

3/20/2016 4:35:27 PM Sunday Dinner  

javajunkiejr
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Havent ate today....


.. but, will be having a chicken pot pie for supper...

3/20/2016 4:35:52 PM Sunday Dinner  

cherisays
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We did the East PD..

They are already booking for 2017.

3/20/2016 4:44:57 PM Sunday Dinner  
idliketotalk
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I had a meatloaf sandwich, it was delish.

3/20/2016 4:50:03 PM Sunday Dinner  

jester0011
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Quote from latinasm:
Family is here so making dinner!!! Love the fam!!
i bet u are frying up some goat meat arent u

3/20/2016 5:57:55 PM Sunday Dinner  

greeleybro
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Just tell me when and where and ill be there!!!

3/20/2016 6:10:39 PM Sunday Dinner  

cherisays
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Quote from greeleybro:
Just tell me when and where and ill be there!!!


You still listen to the Jackson 5?

3/21/2016 12:51:30 AM Sunday Dinner  

apokernut
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3/21/2016 12:52:41 AM Sunday Dinner  

jester0011
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brussel sprouts

3/21/2016 1:10:03 AM Sunday Dinner  

flyfish77
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steamed broccoli,oven roasted oscar mayer beef hot dogs,cash,and playin cards.........

3/21/2016 2:53:10 AM Sunday Dinner  
cavie59
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Quote from fairymaiden:
Do you have a certain way you like to spend your Sundays?


Yep, I get off work at 7am, go get a newspaper, go home, fix dinner, do yard work, shower, go to bed, get up at 9:30 pm, get ready for work, and do the same routine day after day.

3/21/2016 4:55:40 PM Sunday Dinner  

dasnixter
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It isn't Sunday, but it was leftover bowl

chili today.

3/21/2016 4:58:00 PM Sunday Dinner  
stanleyzee
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Quote from blondie855:
Sundays when the kids were all still home was a huge breakfast before church, and a day for all to discuss the goods and bads of the week, plus problems and praises...

I miss it now living alone...


3/21/2016 8:40:19 PM Sunday Dinner  

fairymaiden
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Quote from dasnixter:
It isn't Sunday, but it was leftover bowl

chili today.


So did you weigh in less today like you thought you would?

3/21/2016 8:52:07 PM Sunday Dinner  

driver406
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Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm sounds great! I'll bring my Father and we can go visit my cousin Bunny in New Haven after we get out of doing the dishes. Sounds like a great plan, OPie!
Awesome.

3/21/2016 10:10:53 PM Sunday Dinner  
movez2themusic
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3/21/2016 10:22:34 PM Sunday Dinner  

Mercedes_02
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Do the yanks have to always serve a plate of putrid fat?

3/21/2016 10:25:05 PM Sunday Dinner  

imn0tphoto
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Quote from Mercedes_02:
Do the yanks have to always serve a plate of putrid fat?


Sometimes it's in a bowl

3/21/2016 10:28:12 PM Sunday Dinner  

sandycrabs
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Quote from Mercedes_02:
Do the yanks have to always serve a plate of putrid fat?


I eat it right off the ass.

3/21/2016 10:28:35 PM Sunday Dinner  

Mercedes_02
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Quote from sandycrabs:
I eat it right off the ass.




3/21/2016 10:29:14 PM Sunday Dinner  

Mercedes_02
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Quote from imn0tphoto:
Sometimes it's in a bowl


The portions there are enough to feed an elephant

3/22/2016 9:29:56 PM Sunday Dinner  

dasnixter
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Jessieville, AR
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Quote from fairymaiden:
So did you weigh in less today like you thought you would?


Yes I did, 161.5 I figured 162, but this being grocery day I've enjoyed a bit more.

5.4 oz cereal, clementine, apple, steak & potato, salad w/cheese and two slices of roast beef, BLT, couple of handfuls of red grapes, banana, butter cookie, 4-5 nacho chips, apricot raspberry cookie. six almonds, four chocolate covered espresso beans and this beer.

That's OK, in the morn I'll be back on the treadmill for 2.3 miles.