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What's for Lunch?

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Pizza, always pizza!

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Pizza, always pizza!

 

I do like pizza :)

 

I had a mango today, a sports supplement powder (think Gatorade done right nutritionally) and a bulk of mint tea.

 

At some point I had a heaping bowl of homemade bean loaded soups + grilled cheese + carrots (raw) + cucumber (raw).

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For lunch I made some scrambled eggs in lots of butter and with cheese.

 

Best thing ever!! Especially if you add baked beans and spam!

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Coronation Chicken sammich!

 

Homemade of course.

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Meatballs and a basil garlic pasta sauce.

 

From a bag of frozen meatballs and a jar of sauce, of course. :)

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I'm having a bowl of something called "vegetables" and they're rather good.

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Had some Cookout earlier.

 

Pretty good for about $5 had a 1/4 lb burger, some onion rings, a chicken quesadilla, and a large cup of Cheerwine.

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Yesterday - French Onion Soup from Mastering the Art of French Cooking

Today - Suprêmes de Volaille aux Champigons (Chicken Breasts with Mushrooms and Cream) from Mastering the Art of French Cooking

 

They were both amazing, but I liked the French onion soup better. Gotta love Julia Child.

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Got myself a pasture raised chicken from a nearby farm today that is ran by an old buddy. Much better than store bought, factory farmed chicken. I didn't have the pan to cook it properly so went to my father's place where they cooked it and made some dumplings using the chicken broth from the bird. So so soooo good. Much better than I could have done with it here, I'd probably have ruined it... and now I have some good leftovers. :)

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Was in Kentucky earlier today, decided to get lunch while I was over there...


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I asked the people working there if people buy them and they said they were insanely good... so they sold me. I haven't eaten them yet as the sandwich was enough food but will try them later. I don't really like chips but I love biscuits and gravy.

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@MannDude could you explain what biscuits and gravy consists of? Here in the UK biscuits are what you call cookies and gravy is something you have on a roast dinner. 

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@MannDude could you explain what biscuits and gravy consists of? Here in the UK biscuits are what you call cookies and gravy is something you have on a roast dinner. 

Oh man, it's an amazing thing. It's typically a breakfast food. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biscuits_and_gravy

 

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@MannDude could you explain what biscuits and gravy consists of? Here in the UK biscuits are what you call cookies and gravy is something you have on a roast dinner. 

 

Oh man, it's an amazing thing. It's typically a breakfast food. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biscuits_and_gravy

 

Ah right, they're Scones for us :) don't think I'd try them with gravy though. 

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Sushi Joint in downtown Miami, was pretty decent.

 

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Ahhhh yes. Biscuits and Gravy. As per our recent discussion.

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Debating between Subway, Chilis, or Buffalo Wild Wings....

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Ahhhh yes. Biscuits and Gravy. As per our recent discussion.

Aww man.  I remember making biscuits and gravy from scratch.  Some of the best things in the world.  

Debating between Subway, Chilis, or Buffalo Wild Wings....

Subway's 5 dollar footlongs are always a good choice.  Chili's is mostly microwaved food (that isn't half bad... but still sits in a bag that is later microwaved).  Now Buffalo Wild Wings.  Good stuff right there.  Hitting up Buffalo Wild Wings on their like 35 cents a wing night was absolutely fantastic.  10/10 would stuff face with wings again. 

Although...  Chili's does usually have a bar...

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I had mini-kebapche for dinner today, usually they only contain salt and pepper, but I mixed in some dark syrup, ox bouillon and a healthy amount of "Ground Zero" (very spicy sauce):
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I picked some more tomatoes from the backyard today so made some BLT sandwiches! Soo good. Bacon, lettuce and tomato are just meant to be together.

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