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    last night I made chicken, veggie soup, with chicken broth, homemade and added gnocchi
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    Last night I had fish, green beans, baked potato.

    Don't know what I'll eat tonight. Something hot, I hope. I want a Firehouse sub, but will probably have to settle for a burger. Whatever Sissy's in the mood for.
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    I haven't thought about it, I'm still full from lunch at McD's. I'll probably microwave a burrito later on.

    Since I'm not cooking as often as I used to, I don't have meal plans laid out for the time being. I went to the grocery store today and bought snacks for me and Miss E, and frozen foods. We've got burritos, spaghetti and garlic bread, pizza rolls, frozen pizza, ramen "noo-noos," and TV dinners. I buy frozen breakfast stuff, too, because we are both trying to be better about eating breakfast, me especially since I may not get my break until 2pm or later.
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    Turky and bacon sammie, fries, from Arbys.

    Once we get moved (reset for Dec. 2) we'll have to cook more. YaY! It's a matter few joints around our apartment complex, and Sissy isn't familiar with Bogart (or, as people call it, Athens).
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    I miss cooking, I really do. I was making breakfast burritos every morning before work. Now, I only make them once a week, the day we have a group breakfast at work before we clock in for the day. The rest of the week it's microwaveable burritos and breakfast sandwiches.
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    I don't really miss cooking, but I miss home-cooked meals. First thing when we get moved I'm going to slow cook a sirloin tip with all the fixings.
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    Everyone is out of the house so, I will be having ramen with home made croutons and “maybe” a nice glass of wine later.

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    Likely chicken, green beans, potatoes, roll or cornbread. It's deli food.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    Likely chicken, green beans, potatoes, roll or cornbread. It's deli food.
    Sounds yummy Cindy, I remember when we were expecting the twins..I just could not get enough of deli food! Those big pretzels,
    Especially fried chicken, fish, mac salad, potato salad, baked beans...oooh wee!!!!! and oh yeah...Hot dogs but they had to be *stadium like* lol.
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    It's Ethan's 5th birthday and Sissy is eating with them. And since I rarely get to eat a sub, I told her to bring me one from Subway. I can already taste that pickle!
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    Cheese pizza from Costco food court they have the best pizza, 9.95 for a huge 18 inch, their slices are like 2.00 they say one slice but for me it makes two slices.
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    Some guy paid for my sub last night. Sissy said he paid for several people. Wasn't that nice?

    Don't know what I'll have tonight. I want KFC, but I doubt Sissy does. Heck I could eat another sub. Lol. It was turkey with black olives. Yum!
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    Four-cheese macaroni and cheese, now in the oven as I post this.
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    Wow cindy that was nice of him to pay for a lot of people's subs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pkstracy View Post
    Wow cindy that was nice of him to pay for a lot of people's subs.
    It was indeed.

    I had--and paid for--wings, potatoes, okra.
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    Rotisserie chicken, mac & cheese, perrier

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    Pasta with broccoli and Diet Dr. Pepper.
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    Steamed chinese veggies and chicken with steamed rice.
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    Breakfast pizza. Nummy nums. If I ever get hungry. Had Chipotle for lunch.....
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