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Old 01-22-2013, 06:19 AM   #1
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UD Tuesday! What's on your menu?

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Old 01-22-2013, 06:29 AM   #2
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S1: clementine
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Old 01-22-2013, 06:32 AM   #3
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dh wanted a big breakfast so we did breakfast burritos and I had two of them So there was 600-700 calories right there

lunch-might skip it because of big breakfast

supper-??

Hmmm, not much of a plan today
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Old 01-22-2013, 06:58 AM   #5
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L-thinking of getting a salad from Wendy's

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Old 01-22-2013, 07:07 AM   #6
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Old 01-22-2013, 07:25 AM   #7
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B: Tea, banana, orange, toast with coconut manna, 4 oz 2% cottage cheese
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D: Rotisserie chicken (leftovers), a vegetable of some sort, and a starch of some sort.

Zumba for sure.

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Dunno. I had plans out today, but now the kids are all home due to "severe cold" & DH has my car! (his is in the shop AGAIN, grrr)

I guess the menu will be whatever I can scrounge around the house now!
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Dunno. I had plans out today, but now the kids are all home due to "severe cold" & DH has my car! (his is in the shop AGAIN, grrr)

I guess the menu will be whatever I can scrounge around the house now!
We're off today too and I already sent my kids outside in the negative degree wind chill-they're driving me today! Not having school yesterday either, because of MLK day, didn't help-two days in a row of being cooped up is making us all

I might brave the cold and take us all to the library this afternoon-they have a play area to give my kids something to do and I can play online there
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Sara, yep! I feel your pain! My kids had Friday & Monday off, now today. It's a bit easier b/c my boys are teens & my DD is 9, so not as bad these days. I think I'll take advantage of us all being home bound & make my 16yo do some of his homework due later this week. He is such a procrastinator!
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Old 01-22-2013, 08:19 AM   #11
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I had yesterday off and back at work today. Flutter, I didn't know you guys cancelled school due to temps! We are in the 40s today all day, which is unusual in S.C.

Thinking about making a chicken curry/coconut soup for dinner, and add spinach to it. Trying to eat healthier on UD's.
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LG, I was born here and we never used to close for "extreme" temps. We had alot more of them back then, too! DH told me it was -6 actual temp according to the car thermometer on his way to work. Not sure what that makes adding windchill in, but it was darned cold! I personally think it's just b/c it's another not snowy winter here and the districts have snow days to use. When it's snowy winters & they've used a bunch, we can have super cold air PLUS icky roads and they won't close. Of course, that's JMO!
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Something else yummy, I suppose...I am only at about 1100 cal here. Seemed like a lot more food when I entered it in my tracker. :-)
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LG, I was born here and we never used to close for "extreme" temps. We had alot more of them back then, too! DH told me it was -6 actual temp according to the car thermometer on his way to work. Not sure what that makes adding windchill in, but it was darned cold! I personally think it's just b/c it's another not snowy winter here and the districts have snow days to use. When it's snowy winters & they've used a bunch, we can have super cold air PLUS icky roads and they won't close. Of course, that's JMO!
I wondered that too lol. The wind chill was below negative this morning though, and the roads were really slippery because the salt wasn't working, so that's probably why so many schools closed today However, my mil works for a inner city type of school in our area and they had school today, which she was not happy about because so many of the students walk to school Also Grand Rapids public, the big one around here, was open today-again, lots and lots of walkers. If I was a parent of a walker and I didn't have a way to drive my kids to school this morning, I so would have called them in today. My mil had 7 kids missing from her class today!
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Enjoying my day's food.

B a delicious orange
L 2 slices of grilled cheese on toast
D Pork steak with roast butternut squash onions and peppers
S Capuccino

Will have some red wine with dinner.
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B: Coffee w/HWC - prob'ly 2 cups
L: 3 small yukon gold potatoes w/butter & sour cream
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I may have some cals left, so PB or almonds after dinner!
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Old 01-22-2013, 09:11 AM   #17
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Chocolate Coconut Bark with Almond Butter
Couldn't resist the cake that ds, who is training to be a Chef, made - spice with cream cheese frosting Only ate the icing with a bit of cake
Whole egg + white omlette with onions, jalapeno and cheese
Handful of roasted almonds

Almost half my ud calorie allotment already, was very hungry last ud, kept to the calories anyway. Was hungry all day yesterday dd too. Hence, the early morning calorie rush. Feeling pretty satisified at the moment.
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Ooooh a chef in the family, that will be heaven.
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Well, lunch consisted of bagel chips with cream cheese/ranch season salt dip The calories were really high since I ate a lot of it But totally worth it lol. Still don't know what supper will be.
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Add some lovely herbed olives and a some open champagne found in the fridge which was okay after 2 weeks! Can't waste these things...
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Yum, Cindy. No, must not waste champagne!

Well, I've nibbled my way to 900 calories!!! Maybe more, lol. Not too worried though and will plan on having dinner plus dessert.
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A very long brkfst.
R. Chicken, heinz sauce 20 cal= 2 T spoons?? Half avocado, lettuce.
One slice of bread, peanut butter and jam, milk2%. Yikes.
I have to get to work, hanging curtain rods , I must!
L. Hope to skip.
Dinner, Under the radar I hope.
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Add some lovely herbed olives and a some open champagne found in the fridge which was okay after 2 weeks! Can't waste these things...
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I am so stuffed right now. I decided to have some chewy spree candy and that put me over the top. I don't know how I'm going to eat dinner, lol. I'm sure I'll get hungry again later...
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Breakfast: 1 piece of sausage, 1 pancake w/sugar free syrup. 265
Lunch: deli sliced chicken sandwich in white bread with 1/2 Tbs hellmans mayo
And 13 beer and cheddar potato chips. 400
Snack handful of baby carrots 25
Dark chocolate 50
740 so far
Don't have any idea what to do for dinner, but since in am the cook around here, will have to think of something. Don't wanna though
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Tex, I did a double take when i read your menu. 13 beers!
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That's how I read it the first time too.
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I'm at around 1600 now...calculated 1490, but I sure didn't measure all the cream in my coffee so I'll add some. Chili on the stove, but no appetite for it. I think I need some more Prilosec (ran out a week ago)...have that full, yucky feeling in the back of my throat.
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Well I went over on my calories tonight and also found my trigger food
I made home made deep fried wontons filled with veggies and beef. I ate 1000 calories of those suckers and could have done it 5 times over, easily. And now my hunger monster is turned on. What to do???
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Tex, I did a double take when i read your menu. 13 beers!
I couldn't do that on a really good(or bad) day! Lol
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