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Old 09-25-08, 11:59 AM   #1
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I just ate a bomb.

It's been a LONG time since I've had a lunch that actually fills me up. Today, my friend introduced me to this deli in lower Hoboken (Fiore's), where today they have their roast beef and mozzarella sandwiches.

He suggested to add gravy.

It was a bomb. And a half. He tells me that you could eat one half for lunch and the other for dinner. I ate both halves, and still wasn't full full.

Thank GOD I did a hammerfest group ride yesterday and an interval session the day before that. Tomorrow, I'm riding. ALL. THE. WAY.
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Old 09-25-08, 12:01 PM   #2
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Subways - Turkey & bacon w/ pepper jack cheese
1 bag of baked chips
1 oatmeal raisin cookie.
Total, about 900 calories. Yeah....I rode the bike in this morning and will be riding home the long way.
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Old 09-25-08, 12:20 PM   #3
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I dunno, I've been doing stress eating a lot lately. so this morning i picked up some sugar free chocolate goodies to curb the craving and hopefully be less likely to fatten me.

just ate the whole bag.

yeah, that helped.
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oh god....sugar free chocolates do bad things to me....bad things.
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Old 09-25-08, 12:32 PM   #5
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Mechicanos two enchilada plate with rice/beans/salsa/chips and sweet tea is ticking away in my gut as we speak.
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Old 09-25-08, 12:59 PM   #6
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If you were to engage in attack eating...these would most definitely, NOT be the way to go...and eating the box would not be a good idea...if you, were so inclined. Just sayin'.
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Old 09-25-08, 01:17 PM   #8
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I had a moment of nostalgic weakness and bought (and ate) a can of this for lunch:
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burger and onion rings for me. greasy as all hell. had a diet coke with it though.
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I dunno, I've been doing stress eating a lot lately. so this morning i picked up some sugar free chocolate goodies to curb the craving and hopefully be less likely to fatten me.
Actually....
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The only resturant meal (I usually eat at home) that has filled me completely is a Chipotle Burrito. That's the only thing that can fill me up. Of course, those 20k calories get ridden off every day....
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Old 09-26-08, 01:30 PM   #12
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Conan's Savage, deep dish, whole wheat, no fish or jalepenos. Used to be (but no more), if you could eat a large one of those in an hour or so, you would get it free. 2-3 slices of one of those... no más. Rest of that comes home and covers at least 2 more meals.
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The only resturant meal (I usually eat at home) that has filled me completely is a Chipotle Burrito. That's the only thing that can fill me up. Of course, those 20k calories get ridden off every day....
That is NOT 20,000 calories, man.

If that were the case, America would force Starbucks to making EVERYTHING sugar-free...
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I dunno, I've been doing stress eating a lot lately. so this morning i picked up some sugar free chocolate goodies to curb the craving and hopefully be less likely to fatten me.

just ate the whole bag.

yeah, that helped.
Yea last night I ate half a large pizza, 2 4 inch wide cookies, a mt dew, and an arizona sugar drink. Yea.... I decided to walk to my car instead of riding the segway to it. Trying to chip off a few of dem extra calories.
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Old 09-26-08, 02:22 PM   #15
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That is NOT 20,000 calories, man.

If that were the case, America would force Starbucks to making EVERYTHING sugar-free...
it was a joke. Get it? Ahahahaahahahaha? No. I thought not.

Maybe I should see how many Chipotle burritos I can eat in one sitting. And post the video on Youtube....
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it was a joke. Get it? Ahahahaahahahaha? No. I thought not.

Maybe I should see how many Chipotle burritos I can eat in one sitting. And post the video on Youtube....
Joke? I know no such thing!

I used to be able to eat one pretty quickly, but nowadays I'd probably feel super full just on that one alone. I was pretty surprised I could eat that entire sandwich, though...
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Old 09-26-08, 04:01 PM   #18
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I consume enough calories to kill a elephant. So far today...

Breakfast: Large bowl of Blueberry Morning cereal with skim milk = 602 calories (conservative estimate of 2 servings)

Lunch: Wendy's Baconator, large fries, large root beer float = 1760 calories

Snacks at work: Butterfinger bar, bag of Frito Lays, Special K bar = 680 calories

Not sure what I'll have for dinner. But so far, I'm at 3042 calories. I'm going to guess I'll take in another 1200-1700 calories for dinner.
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The only resturant meal that has filled me completely is a Chipotle Burrito.
Ditto for me. That Burrito is kick butt good and leaves me stuffed for hours.
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Old 09-26-08, 06:53 PM   #20
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There's a place called Lee's Hoagie Hoiuse near my place... they serve a "Half" and a "Whole" hoagie.

The "Half" is ... TWO of what must be 8-inch sandwiches. I have never had the balls to order a "Whole." I simply don't want to know. I can only eat half of the "Half," anyway. I have to save the rest for the next day.

You can also order the "Imperial" which is just whatever you get with twice or three or four times as much meat on it. Holy crap. It's just an ungodly experience in gluttony.
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Joke? I know no such thing!

I used to be able to eat one pretty quickly, but nowadays I'd probably feel super full just on that one alone. I was pretty surprised I could eat that entire sandwich, though...
My current record is under 3 minutes. That includes unwrapping the burrito.
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Old 09-27-08, 03:56 AM   #22
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Recipe for Cholula Chicken:
1) Marianade bone-in breast of chicken in 1/2 vinegar, 1/2 water and a generous splashing around of Soy Sauce for 1/2 to 1 hour.
2) Mix Cholula sauce with some olive oil in a bowl.
3) Set oven on bake at 375 degrees.
4) Paint/ brush the Cholula mixture generously all over the chicken. This include crevices and under the skin.
5) Place chicken breasts on a broiling pan. Put in oven and bake for 1/2-3/4 hour.
6) Cut the chicken breasts down the middle, and paint cholula mixture generously within the cut and over the chicken again.
7) Bake for another 15 minutes.
8) Serve with rice, potatos, or stuffing and vegetables. (This time, I diced celery, carrots, broccoli and mixed nuts into Stove Top stuffing. )

*Supplement with chocolate, milk, cheese, yogurt, fresh carrots and broccoli, nectarines, plums, apples, ham sandwiches with mixed greens on whole grain bread, whole grain cereal, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, Top Ramen with peas & carrots & water chestnuts & diced leftover half breast of chicken, and a trip to Long John Silver's for some Fish n' More. ...That was my week.

...Oh, and I forgot about the bean dip, made with a can of nonfat refrieds, cheddar, swiss, and parmesan cheese, and a half a jar of salsa (mix, microwave for 1-1/2 minutes, mix again, microwave again for 1 minute, and mix again). Eaten piled atop some Fritos Scoops.

Then there was the leftover pork roast with potatos and carrots. Gave me a tummy ache. Time to throw that stuff out.

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