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Egg and buttered toast with Kerrygold butter.

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I'm having some of the spicy boudin I made for lunch, Cajun fast food!!!
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Nice thing about boudin is the fact that it is appropriate for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. No wrong time of day to eat it. I bet it would be good, on a stick, battered; and deep fried like a corn dog. Walking Cajun fast food.

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Chili con carne breakfast of champions.
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Last night fettucine with butter and parmesan cheese.
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It was 109F here at the house today. Ice/snow cones/ice cream would be nice, but a hamburger works too.
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Too hot to eat much of anything here, and it is still 96 F now. I've gagged down a couple of teaspoons of cottage cheese, and two small chunks of pineapple, cold from the fridge. Have to do the grocery store thing in the early am to get more cottage cheese and power ade. I have a piece of fish out thawing to try to pan fry later ( doesn't take long to cook, so less hot in the kitchen area) and will try to eat that. Thinking to mainly pick up melons and grapes and such, everything else just doesn't sound good right now.


At least I should not be gaining weight!!! And the grocery bill will be less.
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Too hot to eat much of anything here, and it is still 96 F now. I've gagged down a couple of teaspoons of cottage cheese, and two small chunks of pineapple, cold from the fridge. Have to do the grocery store thing in the early am to get more cottage cheese and power ade. I have a piece of fish out thawing to try to pan fry later ( doesn't take long to cook, so less hot in the kitchen area) and will try to eat that. Thinking to mainly pick up melons and grapes and such, everything else just doesn't sound good right now.
At least I should not be gaining weight!!! And the grocery bill will be less.

We must have had a cool front come thru during the night. It only got to 105 today. I'm thinking about cooking on the outside grill this weekend. It is supposed to only reach 108 saturday. I don't plan on lighting the grill, just lay the meat on top of the grill with a meat thermometer in it.
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