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Crawfish 02-02-11 06:46 PM

What did you have for supper?
 
Thought I would post what I have for supper each night. I believe it will motivate me to eat better. I've always struggled with poor eating habits at night. Maybe ya'll can keep me straight... Tonight I had tomatoe soup and a nice salad with light dressing. I feel full and good at the same time. Something new for me... Feel free to join in. I could aways use ideas for healthy meals.

StephenH 02-02-11 06:54 PM

Sandwich and cereal.

cyclist2000 02-02-11 07:45 PM

Rice and fried chicken, 2 chocolate chip cookies and whatever I have an urge for in the next 15 minutes.

also had some chinese greens.

Doohickie 02-02-11 08:28 PM

3 Attachment(s)
This week we've had...

Roasted eggplant with tomato and fresh mozzarella,
http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=188559

stuffed butternut squash,
http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=188558

and a garden veggie dinner omelet.
http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=188560

Crawfish 02-02-11 08:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Doohickie (Post 12171877)
This week we've had...

Roasted eggplant with tomato and fresh mozzarella,
http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=188559

stuffed butternut squash,
http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=188558

and a garden veggie dinner omelet.
http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=188560

Now that sounds good!

engstrom 02-02-11 09:00 PM

BLT sammich, salad (lettuce, tomato, cucumber and avocado) and some blueberries and blackberries with a dollup of whipped cream for desert.

MilitantPotato 02-02-11 09:01 PM

Basil and garlic spaghetti, a hunk of amazingly strong cheese, lima beans, peas, and Mike N Ikes.

Wogster 02-02-11 09:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Crawfish (Post 12171499)
Thought I would post what I have for supper each night. I believe it will motivate me to eat better. I've always struggled with poor eating habits at night. Maybe ya'll can keep me straight... Tonight I had tomatoe soup and a nice salad with light dressing. I feel full and good at the same time. Something new for me... Feel free to join in. I could aways use ideas for healthy meals.

A quarter rack of ribs, some tomato,cucumber and feta salad, and a cookie.

zjrog 02-02-11 09:11 PM

Baked chicken peas, and a bit of mac and cheese... Oh, and a busted water pipe in the basement...

magohn 02-02-11 09:54 PM

Sweet n Sour chicken with rice - bowl of ice cream. But I also rode 7 miles in the near freezing cold :)

CliftonGK1 02-02-11 09:59 PM

A mini pita with jalapeno/cilantro hummus, and a slice of homemade veggie lasagne.

aenlaasu 02-02-11 10:02 PM

A dish my mother always called 'Dirty Rice'. Rice cooked with 5% fat ground meat, soy sauce, basil, oregano, ground white pepper. I top it off with chopped green onion and ecological corn nibblets. My father always sprinkled a scrambled egg on the top of his. I had a salad with it too.

cyclokitty 02-02-11 11:00 PM

Whole wheat spaghetti smothered in a bolognaise sauce. I spend an hour shoveling snow, I get pasta.

Mr. Beanz 02-02-11 11:16 PM

Salad, Monterey Chicken (known as Malibu Chicken at Sizzler), baked potato and a small piece of steak.:D

cohophysh 02-02-11 11:21 PM

supper??? you ain't from around here are ya

Asparagus almond salad

timmythology 02-02-11 11:48 PM

I had a cup of broccoli, with a rice/fake meat stuffed pepper.

Than I had a polish sausage with onions.

Still no sweets for the day:)

Sayre Kulp 02-03-11 12:13 AM

Breakfast = Bran cereal & a banana

Lunch = Homemade fried shrimp & a banana

Dinner = Pork chops, a brownie, and some skinny minty ice cream

gus69 02-03-11 01:01 AM

Stir fried Pork and vegetables

john423 02-03-11 06:40 AM

A big ol' chicken breast.

indyfabz 02-03-11 08:21 AM

Last night was baked striped bass with Herbs de Provence, arugula salad with light dressing and shaved asiago, and a small amoujt of sesame fiscelle. Other recent highlight were kale, white bean, onion and chicken sausage soup and bluefish bakedn with lemon zest, almonds and fresh thyme. Tomorrow is going to be a great monkfish stew with winter vegetables, mushrooms and dijon mustard.

CraigB 02-03-11 09:06 AM

Ginger chicken stir-fry with mushrooms, orange bell peppers and snowpeas, on brown rice. And a salad.

RichardGlover 02-03-11 11:40 AM

Tortilla pizza with olives.

Hint: bake the tortilla prior to adding sauce or any toppings so it's nice and crispy. Also, use small tortillas; Large 'burrito' tortillas make pizza slices that won't hold their own weight; the smaller ones are about the size of a personal pizza, and help with portion control.

Crawfish 02-03-11 11:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by indyfabz (Post 12173202)
Last night was baked striped bass with Herbs de Provence, arugula salad with light dressing and shaved asiago, and a small amoujt of sesame fiscelle. Other recent highlight were kale, white bean, onion and chicken sausage soup and bluefish bakedn with lemon zest, almonds and fresh thyme. Tomorrow is going to be a great monkfish stew with winter vegetables, mushrooms and dijon mustard.

WOW. If I'm ever in your neck of the woods, I coming over for dinner...

Crawfish 02-03-11 11:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RichardGlover (Post 12174125)
Tortilla pizza with olives.

Hint: bake the tortilla prior to adding sauce or any toppings so it's nice and crispy. Also, use small tortillas; Large 'burrito' tortillas make pizza slices that won't hold their own weight; the smaller ones are about the size of a personal pizza, and help with portion control.

What a great idea. Thanks!

CliftonGK1 02-03-11 12:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RichardGlover (Post 12174125)
Tortilla pizza with olives.

Hint: bake the tortilla prior to adding sauce or any toppings so it's nice and crispy. Also, use small tortillas; Large 'burrito' tortillas make pizza slices that won't hold their own weight; the smaller ones are about the size of a personal pizza, and help with portion control.

A pizza stone, pre-heated for about 20 minutes, will also help if you want to crisp things up nicely. Put the temp up around 450 and get the stone good and hot. It'll crisp those suckers right up. I make a regular quick-rise bread dough as a pizza crust and get it nice and crispy with the pizza stone.


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