What did you last eat?

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  1. fireandwind

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    I am not sure which one ?:p
     
  2. CivicLx

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    hehe well either one would be a great choice! I'm not sure if you know who they are fire. The one on top is Priyanka Chopra from the TV show (which I have not seen) Quantico and the girl on the bottom is a singer by the name of Bebe Rexha.
     
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    Chicken breast, garlic mashed potatoes with gravy, cole slaw, Dr Pepper
     
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    I cannot sample around so I will choose top one and you take the bottom:D
     
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    That sounds soo good and it's only morning over here....
     
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    A toast with almond butter.
    A strip of Multi-grain lavash with hummus (garlic and rosemary).

    That was breakfast for a 55kg, 6' 1" dude.
     
  7. Sentinel

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    Yum, last time I had cole slaw was in 1984. Stayed at a friend's place facing Central Park for a couple days. Their cooking lady or housemaid made it. Superb.
     
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    which holiday?
     
  9. Ronaldo

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    Labor Day, gave birth to a great meal and a week full of leftovers
     
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    A roll from the Mexican bakery. So good (and probably so bad).
     
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    Sticky Fried Chicken Wings and Chicken Ravioli with Creamy Garlic Sauce with Bacon :D
     
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    Bacon??? Woah...:)
     
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    Still don't like it, I eat it in this dish but would rather not :oops:
     
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    BLT, Chelan, Washington apple, glass of milk [​IMG]
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    Spicy peanut butter. Really hot.

    Having some delicious triple crème Brie from TJ's.
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    God bless Trader Joe.

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    Had Chocolate Chip sandwich cookies with tea.
     
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    I was reading somewhere that Washington apples have some chemical in the peel.
     
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    That looks like a town from fairy tale book. It reminds me of my home town even though settings are quite different.
     
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    - A bowl of white beans in matriciana sauce
    - 3 slices of Rye toast
    - 2 bananas
    - Cup of crappy instant coffee with oat milk.
     
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    I like your new avatar. Perfect match.

     
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    Had dark chocolate with whole hazelnuts after lunch.

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    Chicken Parm.
     
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    Thanks fire :)
     
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    Never peel apples for my own consumption. May start for my 3 yo grandson. Will have local apples by October.
     
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    How in da hell dos yous has the Trader Joes in the India????:eek:
     
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    Taco Salad and water. Taco salad included the following: Mixed greens, black beans, chicken, chipotle salsa, chopped jalapeños, guacamole, feta and queso shredded cheese, pico de gallo, cilantro, tortilla chips, sour cream, cilantro lime white rice, some kind of southwest ranch vinaigrette. Tasty!
     
  27. vive le beau jeu !

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    it's not your turkish friend, is it ? ;)
    (and what does the neuschwanstein castle have to do with it ?...) [​IMG]
     
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    lol no, the girl on top is Priyanka Chopra and the one on bottom is Bebe Rexha. Speaking of which, I think it's time to watch that video. Thaks vive le beau jeu!
    Regarding the ol' schloss, I got that mousepad when I visited the castle 2 years ago. I went there about a week before I met the Turkish girl. I stopped at Neuschwanstein on my way from Munich to Patsch, Austria.
     
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    These names are so exotic - they almost seem made up.

    Yankmy chopah. Lolz
     
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    oops i got the name wrong... i knew it was neu-etwas-in-german ;)
    it looks amazing, i hope to see it one day ! wasn't too far this year when i drove from nürnberg to liechtenstein... but i'll probably try to visit it when going to bike in austria :) (on another occasion)
    by the way, on a previous day this year -this time going from martigny to nürnberg- i could see the rhine falls... beautiful !
     
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    haha yes they are ojo:D
    Wow that is really cool that you have been in that area as well. Where are you from again? I have heard of Liechtenstein but I'm not sure where it is. Nurnberg is Nuremberg right? I did spend two nights there as well. I spent two nights there and then moved on to Munich. It was a wonderful trip and it was so beautiful there.
    Where will you be biking in Austria? I was actually going to try and go to the WTA tourney in Linz and the ATP tourney in Vienna while I was there since they were both going on but I opted for traditional sightseeing instead. I would love to go back someday!
     
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    at the moment i'm living in brittany, so it wasn't that close... ;)
    actually, i joined some members of my family to bike in the french jura, and then i went (alone) in switzerland to bike more... i did that in the martigny area (switzerland), and then planed to do some longer itineraries around andermatt (still in switzerland, with many high passes !) but the weather forecast was absolutely awful and it looked like i would end up being forced to stay indoors alone, so i gave up on my initial plan and accepted the invitation of some friends living in nürnberg/nuremberg to visit them, which was great :)
    (but on the way back, i still managed to stop close to liechtenstein for an aditionnal climb !)

    where in austria ? well... where the roads are the highest !
    it's not precisely defined yet, but probably in tyrol...
    (so far i only know -a little bit- vienna and the nice landscapes i saw from a train that drove me to slovenia... but that was some years ago)
     
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    Wow awesome! I do not know where any of those places that you mentioned are. I think that Brittany is France but I'm not sure. I thought that is where you're from. You should post pics of your trip. I'd love to see them!

    The town of Patsch is about 15 minutes from Innsbruck and while I did not actually explore the town, it seemed quite lovely. I stayed at the Barenwirth and enjoyed my stay. Unfortunately I was foggy the whole time I was there so I did not get any stunning views. At least not one that my eyes could see. If you could have removed the fog, it would have been stunning. I was there in October when there was more white than snow. I'd love to go back in the spring someday. Have you heard of the Grossglockner Pass by chance?
     
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    Quite good actually, although I prefer the coffee beans in dark chocolate.
     
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    :eek: Are they vegan?!?!?!?!?
     
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    Sounds so exotic, man !!! *envy*
    I believe there is a mod/employee of TW by that name, too.

    Bro is visiting us. My fridge is stocked with TJ's stuff. Cheeses and chocolates, moastly.
    It'll soon be over :(
     
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    There could be some milk in them. But I do take milk, yogurt, ice cream, cheese, etc.
     
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    I was hoping they were vegan for myself. I have never seen trader joes where I live but in the United States I know they are popular.
     
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    They must have a vegan section.
     
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    That's nice that your brother is visiting but I'm sorry that it will be over soon. I don't know if you can have that stuff shipped to India but I'm sure someone from the boards here could always help you if you really wanted some TJ goodies:)
     
  41. vive le beau jeu !

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    it's both where i'm from and where i am at the moment... ;)
    (it's like the "nose" of the map of france, and the -small- place where i am is called the pink granite coast, due to its beautiful rocks)

    ... and of course the Großglockner high alpine road is on my "to bike" list ! it looks awesome !!! :) did you take it during your travel ?... or wanted to, maybe ?
    (i'm just wondering if the motorbikes/cars traffic doesn't make it too unpleasant for bikes, even if it's a toll road)
    ideally, i'd like to explore this (Großglockner) area and also the Öztzal alps (with the glacier roads and the Passo Rombo, on the border with Italy).

    i'll try to post some pics ;) although i took most of them with my old little phone as i was often biking, and although i'm not sure this is the right thread to do so (maybe our offtopicism is already bothering others ?... or making them "hungry-agressive" as they're expecting food ?!) :p
     
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    I ate lots of these for breakfast, and Ill have more later. I just eat them raw. Its soooooo good when they are in season. So crunchy and sweet. Organic and grown close to my house.
    Simple as that.
     
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    :p ... une complète avec bolée de cidre ?!
    you made me hungry... :oops:
     
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    petit-déjeuner de champions

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    Nuremberg pork sausage, boiled egg, hash brown, roasted tomato, baked beans and coffee.
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    Vanilla protein shake :)
     
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    Just had a bowl of poppyseeds with ghee and cinnamon. Probably a first for the human race
     
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    Gluten-free chocolate cake. It was OK.
     
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