Dinner last night; What did you eat???

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  1. PrimeChoice

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    I had a glourious salad. Usually I don't like em', but it's better than fast food.
     
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  2. LuckyR

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    Better tasting or better for you?
     
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  3. El Diablo

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    Did the OP name himself after the top two grades of beef? Is this a clue to what he wants to eat tonight? Will CutterCanner (lowest two grades) chime in here?
     
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  4. r2473

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    Carb-free fast food and a fist full of supplements.

    It was f'ing fabulous.
     
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  5. r2473

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    Is that anything like a Cobb Salad?
     
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  6. floridatennisdude

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    Stouffers lasagna and a fist full of my kids trick or treat candy when he went to bed.
     
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  7. LeeD

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    Brown rice, cayenne pepper, salt, butter, and a 9" filet of sole.
     
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  8. woodrow1029

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    Barbecue salmon, caesar salad, and carrots.
     
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  9. slowfox

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    Italian sausage tortellini, steamed carrots.

    Shouldn't this be in Odds & Ends..? I thought the Health & Fitness forum was reserved exclusively for Sickness & Injury talk... haha "My knee hurts again..." lol
     
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  10. r2473

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    Have you ever tried a glorious salad? Goes great with salmon.
     
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  11. Ronaldo

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    Pasta and cannelloni bean soup
     
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  12. Say Chi Sin Lo

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    Burrito and alfredo pasta. High metabolism yo.
     
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  13. Roger Wawrinka

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    ^Say Chi Sin Lo where do you live? I do not mean to get personal or anything.
     
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  14. Say Chi Sin Lo

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    North Pole, and I drift along with the sea ice as the year goes.
     
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  15. thejackal

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    first dinner: falafel with salad and hummus
    second dinner: 2/3 of a pizza with a big glass of red wine. chocolate/peanut butter haagen dazs for dessert
     
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  16. Ronaldo

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    No poutine?
     
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    Halloween candy :twisted:
     
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  18. Feña14

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    Salmon, boiled potato, peas, carrots, green beans and broccoli.
     
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  19. LeeD

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    My usual dinner from 1979-1983..... 3 dollar bag of DoritoTaco chips, 2 liters 7up.
     
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  20. 3fees

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    Healthy Choice, Smartones or Lean Cuisine-the yummy's :shock:
     
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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^ +1
     
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  22. Thud and blunder

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    Beetroot, olive and manchego salad.
    Almond butter on wholegrain sandwich.
    Cheese and crackers.
    One glass D'Arenberg Dead Arm 2002.
    Water.
    Plum, banana.
     
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  23. thejackal

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    actually not that big a fan of it. I eat it maybe 3-4 times a year.

    in fact I worked a night shift in a poutine joint in the artsy part of town for my book. was an interesting experience selling them to drunk people at 3AM
     
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    Home baked lasagna, with "rice paper" instead of wheet noodles, stuffed with mushrooms, a bit of massala sauce, white sauce cooked with rice flour instead of wheet;
    Tommato and spinich sallad with olive oil and balsamic vinegger;
    A slice of ciabatta;
    Fruit sallad;
    A glass of BC Chardonnay;
    Trick or Treat chocolates ;)
     
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  25. Say Chi Sin Lo

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    3 bowls of Pho.
     
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  26. Ronaldo

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    Was it the fries, the curds, or the gravy at 3 am?
     
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    It was panini night for us.

    Take a big loaf of rustic Italian bread, spread with basil pesto from Costco. Provolone cheese. Sliced eggplant seasoned with salt and pepper and fried. Sliced sundried tomatoes. Dried pepper flakes. A handful of spinach.

    Force the ingredients between two slices of the bread. Slam it into the George Foreman grill until it sizzles.

    Prepare one margarita and enjoy.

    Totally awesome dinner.
     
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  28. WildVolley

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    Didn't have much time last night to eat a real dinner so here's a guy singing about what I had for dinner.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcJFdCmN98s

    The night before that I had Alaskan salmon, green beans, potato, and a salad with tomato, onions, and half an avocado with Italian dressing.
     
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  29. Durbin

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    did a crock pot of beef and veggies... slow cooked for 9 hours. took considerably less to eat. :)
     
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  30. Sabratha

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    Lean beef with a side salad.
     
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  31. thejackal

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    you haven't seen the true look of confusion on someone's face until you present them with a menu with 15 different poutine choices on it way after midnight.
     
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  32. SwankPeRFection

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    Fillet House Salad (Medium on the steak). Water with lemon. Some whole grain bread.
     
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    Did not eat. Too busy fending of the Chinese invasion fleet trying to sneak in behind Sandy.

    I sent my Long Island Naval militia fleet to meet them in the Bermuda Triangle.

    That commie Cuomo begged me to send my fleet to aid those entitled 47% but I had better things to do, like making sure that America continues to be the beacon of unrestrained, dog eat dog, survival of the fittest capitalism.

    The Chinese fleet outnumbered us 1000 to 1 but we won. Bush and his squadron of aging F4 Air National Guard fighters were the difference.

    Palin and her cheerleader death commandos are now taking care of the surviving Chinese sailors with their moose rifles.

    All Praise the Mormon God.
     
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  34. Feña14

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    Salmon again, with quinoa, mint and dried cranberries.
     
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  35. r2473

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    Everyone on the internet sure are healthy eaters..........
     
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  36. Ronaldo

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    Not tonite. Filet o Fish are a buck at Mickey Ds.
     
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  37. r2473

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    Is it lent already?
     
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  38. Ronaldo

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    No sacrifices here, Big Macs are free tomorrow with any purchase. Xmas came early
     
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    ramen with glass of yellow tail
     
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  40. user92626

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    Two hard boiled baluts, brown rice, cayene pepper, bone in fried fish and saute spinach.
     
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  41. sureshs

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    Is that the Filipino egg with the embryo inside?
     
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  42. user92626

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    I think they were American unhatched duck eggs. Laid and ...eaten in the USA.
     
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  43. sureshs

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    A balut is a fertilized duck embryo that is boiled and eaten in the shell. It is commonly sold as streetfood in the Philippines.

    - Wiki
     
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  44. PrimeChoice

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    Been eating a lot of green beans and chicken. Fast-food though last night followed by a shake.

    Used to be a chef and had cobb salad all the time. It's a classic!

    The duck eggs don't sound very appetizing though.
     
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  45. user92626

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    Well, I didn't go to no Philippines to get 'em. I bought them from a store in the US. I highly doubt they were imported. :)

    Boiled and eaten straight in the shell is how I prefer. Sometimes I even close my eyes as I dig the spoon in. It's food with the roller coaster feeling. LOL.
     
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