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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Today for lunch I splurged on Popeye's garlic chile (fried) chicken tenders (with biscuit and red beans & rice).

Oh, I haven't had Popeye's in a long while. I may have to find one to go to soon.

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Homemade soft taco.


Wait wait wait......Garlic Chile tenders.. Makes note for lunch tomorrow.

Silver Crusade

I had leek and potato soup with a side of ratatouille.


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I'm thinking of going out and getging some hot dogs with chips and cucumber mayo.

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Chicken/bacon salad. (Diced chicken, bacon crumbles, romaine, diced tomatos, shredded mozzarella.)


Burgers cooked at work(forgot it was customer appreacation day again.) And lays. Tomorrow garlic chili chicken....and the the World.

Sovereign Court

BBQ Chicken Pizza with Lemonade.

Liberty's Edge

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An Italian from Sarcone's.

Bliss.

Grand Lodge

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Fried "Carne de Sol" Mussarela Cheese and rice.

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Meat wrote:
BBQ Chicken Pizza with Lemonade.
Meat wrote:
BBQ Chicken Pizza
Meat wrote:
BBQ Pizza
Meat wrote:
BBQ Pizza
Meat wrote:
BBQ Pizza

BLASPHEMY!!!

*throatpunch*


Quesadillas made with corn tortillas and a mango


Smoked tofu, cashew nut & vegetable stir fry in 'oriental style marinade', with noodles.

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Buffalo Chicken Pizza with Ranch Dressing on the side for dipping.

It is highfalutin fancy-time in the J-ko household tonight!


Jiggy wrote:
Meat wrote:
BBQ Chicken Pizza with Lemonade.
Meat wrote:
BBQ Chicken Pizza
Meat wrote:
BBQ Pizza
Meat wrote:
BBQ Pizza
Meat wrote:
BBQ Pizza

BLASPHEMY!!!

*throatpunch*

Nope a good pulled pork spread over a tomato heavy BBQ sauce covered in high quality Colby Longhorn Cheddar and Monterrey Jack cheeses on a rustic wheat crust and then grilled and smoked over hickory chips is nowhere near blasphemy.

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...until you call it "pizza".


Hey I understand I get that way about burgers. I just stare when someone tells me a burger recipe and it requires and equal or higher weight of ingredients that aren't the meat for the patties.

Liberty's Edge

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Jiggy wrote:
...until you call it "pizza".

Not even then.

Expand your horizons some time.

* Goes to enjoy some kielbasa, cheddar, onion, and bbq sauce pizza.

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Krensky wrote:
Jiggy wrote:
...until you call it "pizza".

Not even then.

Expand your horizons some time.

* Goes to enjoy some kielbasa, cheddar, onion, and bbq sauce pizza.

Would it kill you to just call it a flatbread dish or something? ;)

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Yes.

Sauce + Cheese + Flatbread = Pizza.


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A hearty (perhaps too hearty) BBQ with the workers at the farm. Had some of the best chunchules (intestines, lamb intestines in this case) I remember, though my own chunchules are seemingly in disagreement.

We'll sort it out at the ivory throne.


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I HUNGER.


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Leftover 40 Clove chicken with roasted potatoes and 4 cheese macaroni.


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Peanut Butter and jelly sandwiches with a Clementine and some of my wife's so good it's addictive chex mix is on the menu for today :-)


Leftover cheeseburger and a side of cottage cheese. Neither of which are a fresh bagel.


Pasta with minced meat and tomato sauce.


I had homemade pasta salad. Still too hot to cook.


Chicken stew and french fries.


I ate some chili
I felt... okay
Then I passed by
A fine cafe
There was a man
Eating a t-bone steak
With a girl in his lap
Feeding him ice-cream and steak.

Actually, none of that is true, apart from the bit about the chili.


My lunch more often than not is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. However, every so often I splurge. A local pizza joint has coupons available that will let me snag a medium pizza and 2 fountain drinks for under $9.00. I can end up spending more than that at a burger joint.

The pizza joint recently added a buffalo chicken pizza to their menu. Usually I get a pizza with more traditional toppings, but decided to try the Buffalo chicken for a change of pace. I found it to be surprisingly good.


Pound of fried pork with a yogurt-based paprika-and-herbs sauce with modest serving of young potatoes...

I might be a slightly overfilled now.

Scarab Sages

Today, my co-workers and I went to Garden of Eaten. They were going for the salad bar, me for the rotisserie chicken. Sadly, the Garden was closed.

The other half of the restaurant, however, the burger half? That was open. So I had a delicious burger with bacon and grilled onions, along with seasoned fries. Mmmmm.....


Leftovers from yesterday's Father's Day:

Spicy garlic pork, baked potatoes with cilantro, caramelized apples with butter, cooked onions, and boiled peppers.

For desert, syrup figs with crushed nuts, apples, and cream.


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Strawberries!!!!

Scarab Sages

Baked potatoes with a variety of homemade dips (sour cream-herbs, goatcheese-pepper, fherb butter), salad and some brilled pieces of filet of pork.
I actually eat baked potatoes quite often afte my tyical nightshift weekend (I sadly don't sleep at day) as I look for something that is easily done and delicious enough.


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Smoked mackerel and two buns.


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Leftover cheeseburger and a side of cottage cheese. Neither of which are a fresh bagel.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Leftover cheeseburger and a side of cottage cheese. Neither of which are a fresh bagel.
slaad-naps amby, drops her off in Brooklyn conservative Jewish neighborhood

A couple days ago, I grabbed a four-pack of everything bagels and onion & chives cream cheese from the Publix (supermarket) deli. They weren't bad, but they didn't sate my cravings. I'm now mulling over whether I should actually attempt to make homemade bagels.


KFC

I know it's as healthy as a tar smoothy, but by Jupiter, I'm merely a man and it's oh so crispy chicken.


Sandwiches with cheese and mayo.


Lunch was a cheapo frozen pepperoni pizza dressed up with extra Italian seasoning, red pepper flakes, extra cheese, and chopped olives & orange bell pepper.

Dinner will be turning the leftover baked chicken into homemade chicken enchiladas.


A burger from Smashburger, and I hate myself for it.

The burgers are mediocre and overpriced; the pick-up system is disorganized to say the least; and even the name of the chain is like something a 7-year-old would think is "cool."

But the place is directly next door to where I work, and it was 1:30 pm and I was hungry.


Munching on some kabanos and cheese.

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Rigatoni abruzzi with hot sausage, bell peppers, onions, cannellini beans, flat green beans and broccoli and garlic toast (some slices crusty semolina bread smeared with Wegman's garlic and cheese compound butter and put in the toaster oven for a few minutes).

I know the some in the room will cringe at mixing the green beans and broccoli with the sauce and pasta, but I find it's convenient for lunch and leftovers.

Dinner will likely be ham steak, mixed veggies (corn, peas, carrots, green and lima beans), and macaroni and cheese, with the leftovers tossed together with some Crystal hot sauce splashed on top for lunch the next day.


Very peppery radishes along with goat's cheese (slightly melted) and black olives in pitta bread (slightly mouldy). And a satsuma.

Liberty's Edge

Raspberry yogurt, maple brown sugar yogurt, and What the guy in the next cube calls builder's tea.

Scarab Sages

Fried potatoes, coleslaw, horseradish-cream and nuremberger sausages.

Liberty's Edge

Krensky wrote:
Raspberry yogurt, maple brown sugar granola, and What the guy in the next cube calls builder's tea.

Fixed an error.

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