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Old 03-25-11, 01:20 PM   #1
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What did you have for lunch today?

I had a rather yummy Tuna Unwich with a pickle cut in quarters from Jimmy Johns with a Dannon Light and Fit Banana and Strawberry yogurt. I'm trying to make an honest effort to eat healthy.

So, what did you have?
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Old 03-25-11, 01:26 PM   #2
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Dry mustard rub venison tenderloin, mashed potatoes with skin left on, blackeyed peas with tomato chutney, iced tea with a pinch of baking soda, mint, and lemon.
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Old 03-25-11, 01:33 PM   #3
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ice tea with baking soda?


I made a potato salad and grilled chicken.
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I guess boring... homemade vegetable soup and Sunchips...
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ice tea with baking soda?


I made a potato salad and grilled chicken.
Absolutely iced tea with baking soda.
It smoothes out the tannins and makes it all silky.
I know it sounds odd but try it and you'll never go back (a pinch in the pitcher is all you need--oh and it has to be real home brewed iced tea, not that bottled fake stuff).
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As a ice tea drinker I am going to try it but you better not be trying to fool us... just sounds icky.
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As a ice tea drinker I am going to try it but you better not be trying to fool us... just sounds icky.
Trust the Southerner, iced tea is a serious matter.
Ask Cbad. I talked her into trying it, she'll back me up.
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I just tried. thanks for the tip
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Oh yum that looks hella good!!

I had.....umm.....uh....
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Slow baked pork chop in a cream sauce over rice, steamed broccoli and orange juice. And coffee.
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Slow baked pork chop in a cream sauce over rice, steamed broccoli and orange juice. And coffee.
So you are like me...Eat anything anytime of the day or night?
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Trust the Southerner, iced tea is a serious matter.
Ask Cbad. I talked her into trying it, she'll back me up.
+1 for the baking soda in ice tea. It really makes the tea smooth.

I had my family over for lunch today. I made shrimp & brie quesadillas with mango salsa, and teriyaki salmon. It was good.
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