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Old 12-26-08, 02:59 AM   #1
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Weekend naughty food report!

So just a few hours ago, my girlfriend and I went out to see "Yes Man." (Awesome movie.) But before that, we stopped by the diner for what I thought would be just milkshakes.

She had the cheese fries (which she shared),




while I had the grilled cheese sandwich (with bacon). Haven't had one with years.



Downed that with a glass of cookies and cream milkshake (highest quality):



No whipped cream, though; I hate whipped cream.

Healthy, nutritious dinner.

Let's hear 'em.
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Old 12-26-08, 03:02 AM   #2
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going out for seven courses of beef tonight at the Vietnamese restaurant. Did I mention that I havent eaten meat since February and eat a nearly vegan diet. I am going to barf and it is going to be awesome.
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I'm going to gorge myself on latkes tomorrow night.

Latkes FTW.
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I ate salvadorean turkey yesterday and paella. Wow that was good.
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I had some of my mom's breakfast tradition: Heart attack casserole. It consists of bread, eggs, sausage and cheese. She made a vegetarian one for me.
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Buckeyes and inside-out sandwiches.
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I'm just eating everything. I'm getting ready for my New Year's resolution. Going into the holidays I only needed to lose 10 or 15 lb., but that's hardly worth dieting over. So I put on a few pounds so I could say I need to lose 20 or 25.
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Oooh, I just found out I'm going to be in charge of making the doughnuts tomorrow!
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...while I had the grilled cheese sandwich (with bacon). Haven't had one with years.

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omg...grilled cheese with bacon FTW...introduced to that when i was visiting nyguy in september...very good!!!
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I'm eating fast food pizza as we type.

I had home-made pizza last night. I like them both.
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I had leftover sweet potato casserole with streusel on top. Yum. I can't stop eating it.
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I'm currently eating a bowl of Cheezits WITH a big hunk of extra, extra sharp cheddar cheese which has aged two years. At least I know why I'm big and fat.
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Experimented this AM by making pancakes with eggnog left over from Wednesday's Christmas Eve potluck at the office (simple pancake mix with non-rum eggnog). Interesting flavor, didn't need butter with them, and only a splash of syrup.

Made a second batch for dinner tonight. Chased it down with two cans of Guinness.
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I had some of my mom's breakfast tradition: Heart attack casserole. It consists of bread, eggs, sausage and cheese. She made a vegetarian one for me.
That's a heart attack casserole????????

I was thinking of a fat cat. That will not only give you the itis in less than 10 minutes, but will also clog your arteries as you rest!

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omg...grilled cheese with bacon FTW...introduced to that when i was visiting nyguy in september...very good!!!
I don't really know of a dish that's home to New York other than the hot dog (NOT a dish).

Maybe botto or RichInPeoria can educate?

BTW, I'm glad to hear that things with Mr. Nyguy are going well!
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Heart Attack casserole sounds delicious lol.

This weekend it's been Edy's Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough ice cream. I've had a raging sinus infection that's left me with a sore throat, so it's about the only thing that will go down painlessly.

Sometimes, when I get a migraine, it's the terrible food that cures it. Stuff like eight Krystals and an order of chili-cheese fries.

Alot of us in here seem to be rather health conscious, and that's all good. But sometimes you have to cut loose a bit.
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I don't really know of a dish that's home to New York other than the hot dog (NOT a dish).

Maybe botto or RichInPeoria can educate?

BTW, I'm glad to hear that things with Mr. Nyguy are going well!
dunno, Crassic...it was the first time having bacon on my grilled cheese and it was scrumptious!
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That's a heart attack casserole????????

I was thinking of a fat cat. That will not only give you the itis in less than 10 minutes, but will also clog your arteries as you rest!

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As late as 2:30 a.m., you can walk up and literally order a Fat Cat, Fat Buddha, or perhaps a Fat Darrell, which stuffs chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, french fries and marinara sauce onto an 8-inch soft roll. And at $4.50, it's a college student's dream.
That's err....definitely more of a heart attack than my mom's casserole. Especially when she makes mine with veggie sausage!

I don't think I can ever eat a Fat Cat. I had to eat a lot of crappy bar food while we were on our bike tour, but none of them were ever as bad as that. The worst it got for me was those deep fried fish sandwiches. Sometimes, you just have to take what you can get.
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I just burned all those calories battling the massive wind we have today. Headwinds= pain. lots and lots of pain.
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This is not what she meant by "naughty food". But this morning I had the most interesting conversation...
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