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Discussion in 'The Observation Bar' started by Bushman, Jan 11, 2015.
Had a PB&J sandwich for lunch.
Based on this and your breakfast post - you've been eating like I do on some days: very classic American kid '50s-'70s.
Storebrand 4-cheese pizza, yum.
Chicken fricassee with peas and cooked potatoes.
Avocado and black olive wrap, cherry tomatoes, pears
Two apple-Burritos with peanutbutter and sultanins.
Today's lunch is spinach potato balls with mustard dipping sauce and chocolate avocado mousse. Yum!
I didn't even know any of those three things existed until I read your post. Must be nice to have a gourmet chef make lunch for you. Kidding aside, I'm impressed. I had frosted mini-wheats, grapes and milk (w/ U-Bet Chocolate syrup) for lunch .
I have horrendous eating habits in that I tend to not eat. This took great pre-planning on my part!
I'd give you a hard time about not adding seltzer to your milk and U-Bet to make an egg cream, but I doubt it would have been tasty with mini-wheats!
Oh dear God, even I didn't put chocolate milk in the cereal, but I do like the seltzer idea.
Oh! Ewww.... no, I wouldn't do that either! I just meant as a general beverage. I'm not *that* weird! Just marginally!
Just a salad today. Nothing exciting.
The salad I didn't eat yesterday
Been there - motivated by the guilt of knowing if you don't eat the darn thing you'll have to toss it.
It's actually a really good one from the pizza joint next to the store I'm helping out in. But, I ate an order of their cheesy garlic bread yesterday and was too full to eat the salad. lol!
Spinach potato balls with mustard dipping sauce and chocolate avocado mousse again. Not complaining, mind!
My lunch! I was in a beef mood and a friend just happened to be going to the best burger joint around and brought it to me This is a double Odin burger that comes with two torcs (onion rings) on top and Viking sauce, which is a homemade chili sauce. I can't even begin to describe how good it is!
I had Pancit today for lunch. It's a Filipino rice noodle dish. One of the restaurants on base has it on Tuesdays during lunch.
Cheesy garlic bread
Greek Festival Food: spanakopita and loukoumodes!