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Old 1 Week Ago   #7336
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Still having some heat sickness, so today was a slapped together cotto salami on white bread with mustard and mayo. That is all I've felt like eating today and I had to make finish that, LOL!
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I'm driving home from work what to eat that is fast so I can hit the hay.
Chili dogs come to mind.
Chili cheese minced habanero onion dogs with HEB brand corn chips to be exact.
I might have gotten 3 hours of sleep last night.
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Oh yeah just what the doctor ordered.

Never had fresh chopped habanero on a chill cheese dog before but it is the bomb big time.
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Some cantaloupe, a peach; and some extra sharp cheddar cheese for dinner. Delicious and cheap.


For a number of years, I've either carried a cup of hot coffee or picked up a breakfast and large cup of coffee at McDonalds every morning for an elderly neighbor. Her family bought her a Keurig coffee maker for her birthday last week and taught her husband how to use it.


I've never liked the taste of Keurig K cup coffee I tried in different offices. My wife and I bought one of the coffee makers this past weekend and I've been trying different blends and found a couple I really like. I like the idea of only making a cup of coffee as I need it. I don't have to pour as much down the drain when it gets stale. I just make it one cup at a time. Pretty neat deal!


My neighbor would drink about one half of a large McDonald's coffee and put the remainder in the refrigerator. A few days later, she would grab the cup from the refrigerator and stick it in the microwave. I can't do that, I have to have fresh coffee.
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Coffee that sits around loses its caffeine.



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I worked 12 hours today got up at 3:30 AM and supper will be a chili cheese wiener corn chip onion omelet.

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Anyone think I was joking?
This is the cheap eaten thread.
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I hear that day old pizza makes a great omelette too.
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Anyone think I was joking?
This is the cheap eaten thread.
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I would bet that it tasted good too.
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Thanks, I wolfed it down in seconds it was three egg omelet.

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I love a wiener omelet.
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Spaghetti squash with garlic infused olive oil and topped with cooked until brown spam cubes. A single large spaghetti squash will feed us for two days and the infused extra virgin oil makes it seem we are eating spaghetti. The crispy garlic slices from the infusion process also make a good, nutty, topping on anything including salads.I also harvested some small banana sized egg plants which I baked with the squash. I don't like the skin of egg plant, so I cut the tip off and squeeze the egg plant like a tube of tooth paste to extract the egg plant from the skin. Delicious.

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Egg sandwiches and Kentucky Bourbon.
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Chicken salad melt. Chicken salad, tomato, cheese, in the toaster oven until melty.
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