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Old 01-19-2009, 04:15 AM   #871
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Melanie your pictures have disappeared! But I saw them yesterday and they looked great! I haven't had a burger in a while! I love burgers!!


Looks great Nadi! I need to get some green beans and try out those ugly things!!

Angie: Avocados are special category foods:

To add variety, each day you can also eat 10 to 20 olives, half a small avocado, an ounce of sour cream or three ounces of unsweetened heavy cream, as well as two to three tablespoons of lemon juice or lime juice. But be aware that these foods occasionally slow down weight loss in some people, and may need to be avoided in the first two weeks. If you seem to be losing slowly, moderate your intake of these foods.

And OMG BREAKFAST!! I LOVE ME SOME BREAKFAST!!
That looks great!
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Old 01-19-2009, 06:21 AM   #872
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makes me wish I had an avacado right now!!
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Oh man! I forgot to take a picture!

We had oven baked spare ribs last nite.
Used Dana Carpenders BBQ sauce on some ribs. Wrapped in foil baked at 275 for 3 hours. Served with homemade coleslaw. YUMMY!
They smelled so good I thought about the pic later...sorry!
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Old 01-19-2009, 11:25 AM   #874
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Oh man! I forgot to take a picture!

We had oven baked spare ribs last nite.
Used Dana Carpenders BBQ sauce on some ribs. Wrapped in foil baked at 275 for 3 hours. Served with homemade coleslaw. YUMMY!
They smelled so good I thought about the pic later...sorry!

That's a really good BBQ sauce isn't it?
I made some for myself and the guys had their own sauce. They ended up eating MY ribs!
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Old 01-19-2009, 03:21 PM   #875
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Melanie your pictures have disappeared! But I saw them yesterday and they looked great! I haven't had a burger in a while! I love burgers!!
Oh my gosh... where did they go!! haha I'll have to re-post them later.
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Old 01-20-2009, 05:21 AM   #876
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Dinner last night was kind of late, and thrown together. But it turned out great!
I started out just frying up some onions, peppers & garlic. Found some Italian sausage in the freezer so I though. Cool! Sausage and peppers. That will work. Well then the boys got involved and dragged out my frozen sauce and made themselves some pasta. Not to be outdone, I popped my spaghetti squash in the oven and had my own spaghetti and sauce!
And no cheese cuz I have given it up for a while.
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BarbDe - this looks scrumptious! And easy! Thanks so much for sharing. Would you care to share your sauce recipe?
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Old 01-20-2009, 11:43 AM   #878
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Barde~Looks Nummy! Yeah...what's in the sauce?

This morning for Brekkers, I had a burger w/flax meal bread (first time I made this). It was YUMMO and Easy!


Flax Meal Bread (H’s)
4 tbsp flax meal
1 tsp or more of butter
1 egg
˝ tsp of baking powder
Salt, pepper to taste

Melt butter in a round micro safe bowl
Mix dry ingredients in a small bowl
Mix egg in w/butter (I use a fork)
Add dry ingredients until smooth.
Cook in micro for 1 ˝ min.
Slice in half or use whole for toast or sandwich
You can use a plate to cook this up as a wrap

Oh, it's 4gms of Carbs for 2 tbsp of Flax meal.
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Old 01-20-2009, 11:48 AM   #879
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Ocean~What is the base recipe for your Frittata?
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Old 01-20-2009, 12:01 PM   #880
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My sauce is never the same way twice LOL.
But the basics:
Peppers, onions, mushrooms sauteed in olive oil.
I use Publix brand tomato sauce (has no sugar) and paste.
Sometimes I brown up pork neck bones and let them cook in the sauce, or throw in some chicken breasts. Other times I do a meat sauce with browned sausage and ground meat. Just depends on what I have onhand. And I make gallons of it so that I usually have some in my freezer.
WHICH reminds me. I need to make more this weekend!


ETA: Man, that's a lot of liquid from that spaghetti squash on that plate! I don't remember seeing that last night! LOL.

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Barde~Looks Nummy! Yeah...what's in the sauce?

This morning for Brekkers, I had a burger w/flax meal bread (first time I made this). It was YUMMO and Easy!


Flax Meal Bread (H’s)
4 tbsp flax meal
1 tsp or more of butter
1 egg
˝ tsp of baking powder
Salt, pepper to taste

Melt butter in a round micro safe bowl
Mix dry ingredients in a small bowl
Mix egg in w/butter (I use a fork)
Add dry ingredients until smooth.
Cook in micro for 1 ˝ min.
Slice in half or use whole for toast or sandwich
You can use a plate to cook this up as a wrap

Oh, it's 4gms of Carbs for 2 tbsp of Flax meal.
That's a good lookin' burger there Patricia!!
Flax has a lot of fiber, so if you are doing "net carbs" it's a
pretty negligible amount.

You can also add some cocoa and a packet or 2 of Splenda and end up with a mock chocolate cake! Top with some cream cheese. MMMMMMM.
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Ocean~What is the base recipe for your Frittata?
Eggs, bacon, tomatoes, mushrooms, jalapeno peppers, cheese, avocado and sour cream. It was yummy.
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Old 01-20-2009, 12:33 PM   #883
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I look at this thread so much that I figured I should post something.

Everything here was made from a recipe on this site

This is all real simple food but I love it. I missed my honey mustard.. this recipe hit the spot.

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well i give up on this picture thing haha..

my pictures were there again but now they are just links...
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Eggs, bacon, tomatoes, mushrooms, jalapeno peppers, cheese, avocado and sour cream. It was yummy.
how do you make a frittata? do you just mix all that together and bake????
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I think it's one of those things where it's like an omelette, but instead of folding it over, you leave it flat, lifting the edges so the egg can cook better, maybe piling stuff on top of it. Like a small pizza, but with egg instead of dough.
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thats what I was thinkin Tish...it looked a lot like a pizza - VERY appetizing!
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I baked some cubed chicken breasts in the oven with some butter, garlic and buffalo sauce and served it over a salad

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For spagetti sauce I usually use Hunt Sugar free...when I can find it....!
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how do you make a frittata? do you just mix all that together and bake????
I whip up the eggs until frothy, mix in all the other ingredients (except cheese) and pour into an oven safe skillet. Bake at about 350 until it looks about right for me. Top with cheese and put back in the oven until it's melted. Easier for me because I can never get my omelets to come out right.
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I whip up the eggs until frothy, mix in all the other ingredients (except cheese) and pour into an oven safe skillet. Bake at about 350 until it looks about right for me. Top with cheese and put back in the oven until it's melted. Easier for me because I can never get my omelets to come out right.
I hear ya on the omelettes. I just make veggie scrambles now!
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Can you eat snacks on induction? if so what kind can we have, have any suggestions?
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Linda Sue's Queso Chicken, roasted green beans, 1/2 an avodcado:
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that queso chicken looks AMAZING!!!!! Like the cheese dip I used to make....YUM!
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You can also add some cocoa and a packet or 2 of Splenda and end up with a mock chocolate cake! Top with some cream cheese. MMMMMMM.
Will have to try that, BarbDe!
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Those Chic Dishes look Yummy!
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I made this Chili Cheese Quiche/Casserole this morning for Brekkers:


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hey Patricia - wanna share the recipe??? that looks SCRUMPTIOUS!
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