Peanut butter and jelly with tomato soup, R8? Won't that make you nauseous?
Oh, those. I've never eaten one. They look and sound vile. Thanks, R10.
Leftover spaghetti with peas.
Nothing. I hit my calorie count for the day so it's all over until tomorrow.
The question is, what kind of Doritos, OP?
roast pork loin with rice, gravy and acorn squash with a green leaf salad/avocado, cucumber&tomatoes.
Chili and cornbread. But tomorrow I start the Master Cleanse for ten days.
Should have saved that for Superbowl night, OP.
On that night(Feb 3), 1 of the things I'm having is Mrs. T's spinach and feta pierogies. YUM
And some alcohol and some hotdogs and some dip and chips and whatever the hell else I feel like eating.
Dropped 10 lbs after Christmas, so this is my pig out day and I'm thoroughly going to enjoy it.
The spicy ones, R10.
[quote]I've never eaten one. They look and sound vile
You're missing out. They're not the pinnacle of nutrition, but for a quick bite to eat their pretty tasty. I had a broccolli and cheddar one.
My former coworker used to stink up the lunchroom microwave with Hot Pockets. Over priced chemicals and I do not get along.
Maybe a salad.
All of you are making me hungry. I'm having peanut butter and jelly for dinner...YUM!
Cheese grits, ham, scrambled eggs w/ tomato. Y'all missing out.
Fresh linguine in a white clam sauce. Rosemary sourdough bread.
Gin and regret.
Just finished a bowl of oatmeal with fresh blueberries and fat free organic milk.
Yes for dinner.
One and a half chicken sandwiches.
Whataburger and fries. My cheat day.
Granny and Uncle Jed just made up a big mess of Possum Stew. Them's gonna be some right tasty vittles.
Vegan chicken fried steak with fake sausage gravy, with frozen veggies of course.
Cold cereal with almond milk.
What the heck is vegan chicken fried steak? It sounds like a tofu nightmare.
Ricky and I invited the Mertzes over for our last bottle of Vitameatavegamin.
R38, people who do things like that to food should be served as dinner themselves.
I agree R40. I say, if you're gonna eat it, eat the real thing.
I hope you are eating on the toilet, OP
Red wine (nothing special) and waiting on my STOOPID Stouffer's Lasagna to bake. It's really awful; I bought two a month or so ago in a weak moment. I really want some Italian food, but don't want to go out tonight. I'm tired. Waaaaaa-wahhhh-wahhhh. I deserve to eat dinner out of a box. I suck.
Or call it what it is, R41, "tofu turds," not "vegan chicken."
I'm making Thai basil red curry with chicken. No rice however :(
Catfish with tomato chutney, an accordian baked spud, green onions & radishes, & an Australian Shiraz that was on sale.
R45 -- surely you are having some sort of carb substitute? Thai curry as a sole item doesn't really work.
Hot Pockets and doritos will not make you vomit but we look forward to your post in the "Have you ever had a doody accident" thread.
I had an appointment after work and didn't have time to cook. Stopped at the drive thru at Wendy's (too cold to leave the car) and bought a apple and chicken pecan half salad and a plain baked potato. Looked up the calories and it was only about 500 with the reduced calorie dressing. I was very pleased with it being it's considered fast food.
Barbeque chicken Preztel bread Hot Pockets are really good
Shrimp with cocktail sauce, bacon with ranch, and Tropicana OSB juice.
r36's sounds good to me. I'm a half-assed vegetarian who's never made a real commitment to it, I just avoid meat. I'd love to eat real vegan cuisine.
Leftover spaghetti, a piece of garlic bread, vanilla pudding with fresh strawberries.
r48 - well we ended up also making a Thai salad with tomato, cucumbers and mint. But as for some wonderful starchy carb to soak up all that wonderful coconut milk curry....no.
I suspect I crossed over to mild diabetes and I need to lose weight and cut out the starches and sugars.
The curry still had red peppers, onion, mushrooms and green beans in it. It tasted great (we just finished).
Of course it would have been spectacular with jasmine rice.
Boneless, skinless chicken tittie topped with marmalade, cheese, and panko breadcrumbs, baked in lime water. Side salad with blue cheese, craisens and almonds.
Couple of chocolates for dessert.
Boiled crawfish and stuffed mirliton
R56 I am a diabetic and just my two cents, but when I tried a few times to totally lay off of carbs, my blood sugars actually rose. The trick I've found is to eat very very little carbs, but to have some. Yes though, jasmine rise especially is bad as I think it has a high glycemic index or whatever. When I have rice, I now try to have only 1/2 cup which isn't very much for an entire dinner with just veggies, meat and sauce over it and that's all, but it helps control my blood sugar. I then have to be sure to have another small meal 3 or 4 hours later.
R49 Thanks for the laugh!!
Brussels sprouts, baked sweet potato, and a little cold ham.
[quote]Boneless, skinless chicken tittie
r56 - thanks. I haven't actually had my blood tested so I don't really know. I will add small amouts once the weight comes off.
Actually, before. I know that I'll stall after a while so I'll have a day or two where I'll eat pasta or rice to kick-start the diet.
My problem is (like everyone) portion control when it comes to carbs. When I eat some, I crave more. Most of the time I'm ok, but sometimes I'd sell my mother for a bagel.
I know, I sound fat.
Thin cut (5oz) NY strip, salad with tomato and low cal bleu cheese dressing with a 7 oz baked potato with low cal sour cream. It was delicious about 700- 800 cals.