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I'm getting old, omae. No more soda and fast food.


Stopped at a Carl's Jr. on the way back from the airport. I'd never been to one for lunch, and wanted to check it out. At noon, the place was nearly empty; apparently everyone was at the Smashburger down the street. Surprisingly, the burger itself was better than Smashburger's, and cheaper, too. Go figure!


pasta with alfredo sauce, among others.


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I thought it was going to be a pizza party at the second job today so I ate light- raisin bread, peanut butter and gouda.

There is no pizza today...it is scheduled for next week.

There are no words to encapsulate my sadness.

Scarab Sages

Lunch later today shall be left over smoked chicken....and a moonpie.


THE FLESH OF MY ENEMIES.

Liberty's Edge

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So you'r at war with pigs?

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Lentil soup/hotpot (made of lentils, potatoes, carrots, onions and sausages).

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Homemade taco salad. :D


Leftover fried chicken mashed potatoes and Green beans with a buttermilk biscuit.

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Jiggy wrote:
Homemade taco salad. :D

For a second, I read this as 'potato salad', and thought we had another victim of the great Belgian Mayonnaise Conspiracy.

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Mayo can die in a fire.

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Jiggy wrote:
Mayo can die in a fire.

I like the way you think. I shall move you onto a new list - list of people to NEVER be devoured during the Zombiepocalypse!


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Join the anti-mayo hate club.


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I dunno. Kraft Mayo is pretty awful, the squeezable formulation even more so. But Blue Plate mayonnaise is good, and Duke's is even better. The local mom & pop deli's all seem to use Nifda's "extra heavy" (more egg yolk, extra emulsified) mayonnaise, which is pretty good. Homemade mayo is excellent.

Mayonnaise is pretty good when use as a condiment and not scooped on as some spackle to patch up crappy ingredients. A little Duke's mixed with some rooster sriracha and a good pinch of garlic powder is an excellent condiment for a shaved-thin chicken sandwich or a freshly-made cheeseburger.


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
A little Duke's mixed with some rooster sriracha and a good pinch of garlic powder is an excellent condiment for a shaved-thin chicken sandwich or a freshly-made cheeseburger.

that sounds pretty respectable.

Scarab Sages

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Aberzombie wrote:
Jiggy wrote:
Mayo can die in a fire.
I like the way you think. I shall move you onto a new list - list of people to NEVER be devoured during the Zombiepocalypse!

I see, you would rather devour those people that are stuffed with mayonaise...


One of my players worked for a mayo producing company ages ago as a salesman. He usually had a stack of free promotional mayo jars at home. We didn't had to pay for mayo for some time. Yummy.


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Aberzombie wrote:
Jiggy wrote:
Mayo can die in a fire.
I like the way you think. I shall move you onto a new list - list of people to NEVER be devoured during the Zombiepocalypse!

Pouring mayo on oneself a new zombie survival tactics?!


Aberzombie wrote:
Jiggy wrote:
Mayo can die in a fire.
I like the way you think. I shall move you onto a new list - list of people to NEVER be devoured during the Zombiepocalypse!

So, instead of being eaten you will join the horde?

Anyway... Looking on length of AZ's "to be eaten first/last" lists I start to wonder how big [/s]small[/s] numerous the horde will. If AZ will eat everyone promised it will be "big", though not in numbers.

Scarab Sages

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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

I dunno. Kraft Mayo is pretty awful, the squeezable formulation even more so. But Blue Plate mayonnaise is good, and Duke's is even better. The local mom & pop deli's all seem to use Nifda's "extra heavy" (more egg yolk, extra emulsified) mayonnaise, which is pretty good. Homemade mayo is excellent.

Mayonnaise is pretty good when use as a condiment and not scooped on as some spackle to patch up crappy ingredients. A little Duke's mixed with some rooster sriracha and a good pinch of garlic powder is an excellent condiment for a shaved-thin chicken sandwich or a freshly-made cheeseburger.

I weep for your mayo-loving soul. I must now place you on one of the bad lists. Would you prefer to be devoured right away, or play survivor in the wreckage of civilization for awhile?

Scarab Sages

feytharn wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Jiggy wrote:
Mayo can die in a fire.
I like the way you think. I shall move you onto a new list - list of people to NEVER be devoured during the Zombiepocalypse!
I see, you would rather devour those people that are stuffed with mayonaise...

Good point. But that is was the other members of The Horde are for.

Scarab Sages

Drejk wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Jiggy wrote:
Mayo can die in a fire.
I like the way you think. I shall move you onto a new list - list of people to NEVER be devoured during the Zombiepocalypse!

So, instead of being eaten you will join the horde?

Anyway... Looking on length of AZ's "to be eaten first/last" lists I start to wonder how big [/s]small[/s] numerous the horde will. If AZ will eat everyone promised it will be "big", though not in numbers.

Hmmm....you have a good point. I shall create another list.

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Drejk wrote:
One of my players worked for a mayo producing company ages ago as a salesman. He usually had a stack of free promotional mayo jars at home. We didn't had to pay for mayo for some time. Yummy.

When I was a kid, my dad (a chemist) worked for the city, testing dairy products to make sure there wasn't too much leftover pesticide or whatever making it through the cows into the milk. This sometimes involved being supplied by his employer with a half-gallon carton of ice cream, scooping out a couple of spoonfuls to do science on, then taking the rest home for the kids.

Silver Crusade

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Aberzombie wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

I dunno. Kraft Mayo is pretty awful, the squeezable formulation even more so. But Blue Plate mayonnaise is good, and Duke's is even better. The local mom & pop deli's all seem to use Nifda's "extra heavy" (more egg yolk, extra emulsified) mayonnaise, which is pretty good. Homemade mayo is excellent.

Mayonnaise is pretty good when use as a condiment and not scooped on as some spackle to patch up crappy ingredients. A little Duke's mixed with some rooster sriracha and a good pinch of garlic powder is an excellent condiment for a shaved-thin chicken sandwich or a freshly-made cheeseburger.

I weep for your mayo-loving soul. I must now place you on one of the bad lists. Would you prefer to be devoured right away, or play survivor in the wreckage of civilization for awhile?

If I slather cheap mayo all over my body, will I be so unappetizing that I will be spared?

Liberty's Edge

Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

I dunno. Kraft Mayo is pretty awful, the squeezable formulation even more so. But Blue Plate mayonnaise is good, and Duke's is even better. The local mom & pop deli's all seem to use Nifda's "extra heavy" (more egg yolk, extra emulsified) mayonnaise, which is pretty good. Homemade mayo is excellent.

Mayonnaise is pretty good when use as a condiment and not scooped on as some spackle to patch up crappy ingredients. A little Duke's mixed with some rooster sriracha and a good pinch of garlic powder is an excellent condiment for a shaved-thin chicken sandwich or a freshly-made cheeseburger.

I prefer Heinz Salad Cream myself, but I don't really have strong feelings one way or another.

Scarab Sages

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Celestial Healer wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

I dunno. Kraft Mayo is pretty awful, the squeezable formulation even more so. But Blue Plate mayonnaise is good, and Duke's is even better. The local mom & pop deli's all seem to use Nifda's "extra heavy" (more egg yolk, extra emulsified) mayonnaise, which is pretty good. Homemade mayo is excellent.

Mayonnaise is pretty good when use as a condiment and not scooped on as some spackle to patch up crappy ingredients. A little Duke's mixed with some rooster sriracha and a good pinch of garlic powder is an excellent condiment for a shaved-thin chicken sandwich or a freshly-made cheeseburger.

I weep for your mayo-loving soul. I must now place you on one of the bad lists. Would you prefer to be devoured right away, or play survivor in the wreckage of civilization for awhile?
If I slather cheap mayo all over my body, will I be so unappetizing that I will be spared?

No, I'll just get some other members of The Horde to devour you. Hey, though, at least you're on the "To be devoured last" list!

Silver Crusade

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Aberzombie wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

I dunno. Kraft Mayo is pretty awful, the squeezable formulation even more so. But Blue Plate mayonnaise is good, and Duke's is even better. The local mom & pop deli's all seem to use Nifda's "extra heavy" (more egg yolk, extra emulsified) mayonnaise, which is pretty good. Homemade mayo is excellent.

Mayonnaise is pretty good when use as a condiment and not scooped on as some spackle to patch up crappy ingredients. A little Duke's mixed with some rooster sriracha and a good pinch of garlic powder is an excellent condiment for a shaved-thin chicken sandwich or a freshly-made cheeseburger.

I weep for your mayo-loving soul. I must now place you on one of the bad lists. Would you prefer to be devoured right away, or play survivor in the wreckage of civilization for awhile?
If I slather cheap mayo all over my body, will I be so unappetizing that I will be spared?
No, I'll just get some other members of The Horde to devour you. Hey, though, at least you're on the "To be devoured last" list!

I'll take it!


Peanut butter and jelly on a roll with coconut drop bread and mozzarella. And seltzer.


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Krensky wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
embarrassing levels of mayonnaise knowledge
I prefer Heinz Salad Cream myself, but I don't really have strong feelings one way or another.

I've never had that.

However, Miracle Whip is concentrated evil.


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Aberzombie wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
preface for Mayonomicon
I weep for your mayo-loving soul. I must now place you on one of the bad lists. Would you prefer to be devoured right away, or play survivor in the wreckage of civilization for awhile?

Eh. I'm already on Sebastian's "Enemies List", so you'll probably have to Thunderdome his butt to decide which of you gets the honor tiresome chore of killing me.


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4AM breakfast was shaved-thin roasted "Cajun seasoned" chicken sandwich with m҉̟̮ḁ̸̛̻͉y҉̸̝̭̣̰̼ͅó̙̬̙̰̱n̸̟͉͍̗̟̞̼n͔̘͢a̛͈͖͓̙͙̜͜i͕̜̝̘̩͡ͅͅs̢̻̤͖͚̤͡e̙̲̱͘͟ on honey wheat toast, and mixed greens & tomato salad.

Lunch was two cups of coffee and slice of apple danish


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I am a mature adult, working 4 jobs to provide for my family. I am the epitome of sober and rational thought.

Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Thunderdome his butt

peals of childish, high pitched giggles

Scarab Sages

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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
preface for Mayonomicon
I weep for your mayo-loving soul. I must now place you on one of the bad lists. Would you prefer to be devoured right away, or play survivor in the wreckage of civilization for awhile?
Eh. I'm already on Sebastian's "Enemies List", so you'll probably have to Thunderdome his butt to decide which of you gets the honor tiresome chore of killing me.

Well, he is on my list of people to be recruited into The Horde. I'll have to talk with him...shared goals and all....


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Half a salami sandwich with Munster Cheese, pickle and horseradish.
A cup of coffee

Liberty's Edge

I had a very bad week, so I was very bad and had a cheeseburger and a beer.

A third of a pound burger with cheddar, bacon, fried egg, lettuce, tomato, caramelized onions, pickles, peppered mayo, and ketchup on a grilled bun.

The beer was a fifth of Abbey-style Triple.

Fries may have been involved.

No, I'm not proud but you don't get to judge me!


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I judge you as having discerning tastes! It's 7:46AM, and I'd probably shiv someone right now for a fresh bacon cheeburger and an excellent beer or two.

Liberty's Edge

750mL of 10.5% ABV at lunchtime was probably not a great idea though.

Scarab Sages

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Mmmm.....Popeyes.


Today, omelette, reasonable beefburger and acceptable chili. I made the rice that accompanied the chili with chicken stock, which helped, I think.

Silver Crusade

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My stomach has been unsettled the last day or so, so I decided to go with a burrito for lunch.

I don't always make good decisions.

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Chicken bacon salad.


For brunch I had grilled cheese with leftover slices of steak melted in it, a scrambled egg, short glass of oj, and two cups of coffee.

Late brunch/snack was a microwave burrito. Meh.

Dinner is chicken and noodles using up leftover baked chicken.


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Considering the date (national holiday), food schedule for me is:

Today: Meat
Tomorrow: Meat
Day After Tomorrow: More meat
The Day After the Day After Tomorrow: All the remaining meat

Afterwards, will gradually transition to a less meaty diet. Very gradually.


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2 eggs over medium
3 chicken enchiladas
spanish rice
coffee


Breakfast was coffee and leftover tacos

Lunch was a sweet n' salty peanut granola bar

Dinner will be cheeburger and cheeps (no fries)


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Greek yogurt with a sprinkle of granola on top.
Hot tea


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Breakfast was coffee and leftover tacos

Lunch was a sweet n' salty peanut granola bar

Dinner will be cheeburger and cheeps (no fries)

Fried budgies?


Masaman Thai curry. Totally vegan, totally yummy.


Limeylongears wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Breakfast was coffee and leftover tacos

Lunch was a sweet n' salty peanut granola bar

Dinner will be cheeburger and cheeps (no fries)

Fried budgies?

Cheeburger and cheeps (no fries)

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