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Windows 7: What's for Dinner?

12 Nov 2009   #71
DJG

 

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funny thread,

I'm in NYC today and just got back an old friends house.

I had pasta,clams,mussels,calimari,shrimp real ny bread & ny cheesecake from my fav rest


vincent's clam bar mott/hester st Original Vincent's Restaurant

the REAL original
now i could go for this!
by the way, what is the worst state in america?

Montana, where men are men and sheep are nervous.
Ahh, but Montana was a great movie .
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12 Nov 2009   #72
pacinitaly

windows 7 professional & ultimate 64bit laptops
 
 

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I'm a vegetarian, but also eat no breakfast (unless you consider espresso with a little skim milk food), pig out for lunch on rice & beans, lettuce & tomato salad and ripe plantain, with a plain vegetarian burger patty (my favorite two being Gardenburger Flame Grilled and Boca Burger Flame Grilled - same product name, very different implementation).

For dinner I eat another veggie burger patty and a shake made with 4 oz Mango Orange juice, 4 oz organic skim milk, Plain Metabolol 2 protein powder (product of Champion Perfection), one frozen banana and 5-6 frozen organic strawberries or a gagle of frozen organic blueberries, mixed in a Hamilton Beach Commercial milk shake blender (the frozen banana & strawberries get a bit of a micro-nuke to make them blendable).

I'll have a snack of two banana waffles, two blueberry pancakes or a Skinny Cow low fat ice cream sandwich. And there's the afternoon espresso drink of course, same as the morning. I roast my own coffee.

I eat the same thing every day, really enjoy it, never get tired of it. Once a week or two I'll go to a spicy Indian buffet or have some spicy Mexican cheese enchiladas or huevos rancheros ...

I miss NY soooooooooooooo much
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12 Nov 2009   #73
Jacee
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit SP1
 
 

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Jacee, You mind reader, that is just what I am having along with garlic bread, and a good fruit salad.
Ahh Lee, hope it's good .... *thumbs up*
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12 Nov 2009   #74
Zidane24

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 - Mac OS X 10.6.4 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DJG View Post
I'm a vegetarian, but also eat no breakfast (unless you consider espresso with a little skim milk food), pig out for lunch on rice & beans, lettuce & tomato salad and ripe plantain, with a plain vegetarian burger patty (my favorite two being Gardenburger Flame Grilled and Boca Burger Flame Grilled - same product name, very different implementation).

For dinner I eat another veggie burger patty and a shake made with 4 oz Mango Orange juice, 4 oz organic skim milk, Plain Metabolol 2 protein powder (product of Champion Perfection), one frozen banana and 5-6 frozen organic strawberries or a gagle of frozen organic blueberries, mixed in a Hamilton Beach Commercial milk shake blender (the frozen banana & strawberries get a bit of a micro-nuke to make them blendable).

I'll have a snack of two banana waffles, two blueberry pancakes or a Skinny Cow low fat ice cream sandwich. And there's the afternoon espresso drink of course, same as the morning. I roast my own coffee.

I eat the same thing every day, really enjoy it, never get tired of it. Once a week or two I'll go to a spicy Indian buffet or have some spicy Mexican cheese enchiladas or huevos rancheros ...
I can't understand how someone can be a vegetarian but I respect the control at the same time

I could never resist a 12-stack of ribs...you must have a strong locus of control
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13 Nov 2009   #75
DarkDavil

7 x64/ Back-Track 4
 
 

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DJG View Post
I'm a vegetarian, but also eat no breakfast (unless you consider espresso with a little skim milk food), pig out for lunch on rice & beans, lettuce & tomato salad and ripe plantain, with a plain vegetarian burger patty (my favorite two being Gardenburger Flame Grilled and Boca Burger Flame Grilled - same product name, very different implementation).

For dinner I eat another veggie burger patty and a shake made with 4 oz Mango Orange juice, 4 oz organic skim milk, Plain Metabolol 2 protein powder (product of Champion Perfection), one frozen banana and 5-6 frozen organic strawberries or a gagle of frozen organic blueberries, mixed in a Hamilton Beach Commercial milk shake blender (the frozen banana & strawberries get a bit of a micro-nuke to make them blendable).

I'll have a snack of two banana waffles, two blueberry pancakes or a Skinny Cow low fat ice cream sandwich. And there's the afternoon espresso drink of course, same as the morning. I roast my own coffee.

I eat the same thing every day, really enjoy it, never get tired of it. Once a week or two I'll go to a spicy Indian buffet or have some spicy Mexican cheese enchiladas or huevos rancheros ...
I can't understand how someone can be a vegetarian but I respect the control at the same time

I could never resist a 12-stack of ribs...you must have a strong locus of control
+1 Im a vegetarion myself, and honestly, i wish i could engorge myself upon that amazing feast you eat every-day! I.... eat a delicious triple stacked PG&J sandwich, with jelly on both-sides of the middle piece, and peanut butter on the other 2 pieces!
Then for dessert, i eat a large piece of a warm cookie Eat well everyone!
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13 Nov 2009   #76
Jacee
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit SP1
 
 

DarkDavil, everything that DJG eats is available at your local grocery store!

I love peanut butter, but I couldn't have a steady diet of it for more than 2 ... possibly 5 days
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13 Nov 2009   #77
Zidane24

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 - Mac OS X 10.6.4 x64
 
 

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DJG View Post
I'm a vegetarian, but also eat no breakfast (unless you consider espresso with a little skim milk food), pig out for lunch on rice & beans, lettuce & tomato salad and ripe plantain, with a plain vegetarian burger patty (my favorite two being Gardenburger Flame Grilled and Boca Burger Flame Grilled - same product name, very different implementation).

For dinner I eat another veggie burger patty and a shake made with 4 oz Mango Orange juice, 4 oz organic skim milk, Plain Metabolol 2 protein powder (product of Champion Perfection), one frozen banana and 5-6 frozen organic strawberries or a gagle of frozen organic blueberries, mixed in a Hamilton Beach Commercial milk shake blender (the frozen banana & strawberries get a bit of a micro-nuke to make them blendable).

I'll have a snack of two banana waffles, two blueberry pancakes or a Skinny Cow low fat ice cream sandwich. And there's the afternoon espresso drink of course, same as the morning. I roast my own coffee.

I eat the same thing every day, really enjoy it, never get tired of it. Once a week or two I'll go to a spicy Indian buffet or have some spicy Mexican cheese enchiladas or huevos rancheros ...
I can't understand how someone can be a vegetarian but I respect the control at the same time

I could never resist a 12-stack of ribs...you must have a strong locus of control
+1 Im a vegetarion myself, and honestly, i wish i could engorge myself upon that amazing feast you eat every-day! I.... eat a delicious triple stacked PG&J sandwich, with jelly on both-sides of the middle piece, and peanut butter on the other 2 pieces!
Then for dessert, i eat a large piece of a warm cookie Eat well everyone!
Now if this is a personal question you don't feel like answering than I won't pursue...but I have to ask...

You don't deny that you are 99 years old and like most people, I was astounded to see you posting on a forum like this. Here is the question: What is your secret? I haven't known of anyone in my town to go over 85 let alone almost 100. Maybe your response could help a couple of us stretch this short life of ours out a bit longer
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13 Nov 2009   #78
blackroseMD1

Windows 10 Tech Preview 9926 x64
 
 

What's for dinner? Ramen noodles! Cause, ya know, I'm freaking poor. lol
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13 Nov 2009   #79
Zidane24

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 - Mac OS X 10.6.4 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by blackroseMD1 View Post
What's for dinner? Ramen noodles! Cause, ya know, I'm freaking poor. lol
There is nothing wrong with a good bowl of Ramen...

Cheap, delicious, and not detrimental to your health
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13 Nov 2009   #80
garysgold

Vista Ult 64 bit Seven Ult RTM x64
 
 

I had Ramen noodles tonight myself, but instead of using the packet to make soup I put shrimp in garlic butter over the top.
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