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Wiener and chicken flavored ramen noodles.
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Some cottage cheese and a chunked up tomato. Hit the spot nicely, and cheap, too.
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I have a smallish tomato this year that is very easy to hollow out. We stuff them with a piece of fresh mozzarella, or cottage cheese with a bit of Mrs. Dash sprinkled on. Gourmet!
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Kipper snacks and crackers in the parking lot at work for supper.
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Sauteed broccoli, and cauliflower chunks and sugar snap peas over rice with a home made Parmesan Alfredo sauce.

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lol, Don we made something like that today. Rice with small bite sized chicken, two cans of cream of soup, one can of nacho cheese sauce, broccoli, black beans, corn, onions, and spices.
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It is a great meal. It is very filling but fairly low in unhealthy stuff. The only thing I would like to have with it is garlic toast, but I haven't eaten white bread in many months.
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I had some left over chili from lunch and used it to make some chili-mac for supper. Cheap and very filling, but likely had a low health factor.
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