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    Homemade (assembled?) miso soup. More miso = better thoup.

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    nachos with cheese and leftover taco meat

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    yogurt, apple, string cheese
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    A variety of fruit-filled and meat-filled kolaches from the Little Czech Bakery in West, Texas. If any of you should ever find yourself on I-35 in between Waco and and I-35E/I-35W split in Hillsboro, Texas, you should definitely stop in.

    yum!

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    ....Chipotle.....
    I'm sorry. Is my bias showing?

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    I spend my lunch breaks at my internship hunting and applying for jobs (and not eating).

    How's THAT for dedicated!

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    Roasted mix-veggies, boiled chicken breast, and a piece of Havarti.
    Yummy but boring.

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    meatball sub

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    Quote Originally posted by mendelman View post
    ....Chipotle.....
    That was dinner Saturday night at our house.

    Lunch today was a cheese sandwich, a Clementine (I love Clementines!) and the very last of the chocolate-covered-shortbread cookies.

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    Quote Originally posted by TexanOkie View post
    A variety of fruit-filled and meat-filled kolaches from the Little Czech Bakery in West, Texas. If any of you should ever find yourself on I-35 in between Waco and and I-35E/I-35W split in Hillsboro, Texas, you should definitely stop in.

    yum!
    You Are Right - this is one of the best reasons to drive down I-35, rather than fly. Stop here and get yummy road treats, and get a box to go for the next morning!!

    When I was in college, we'd plan our drives to San Antonio and back around eating times. Just so we could stop there and eat, and not have to wait long.
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    Quote Originally posted by TexanOkie View post
    A variety of fruit-filled and meat-filled kolaches from the Little Czech Bakery in West, Texas. If any of you should ever find yourself on I-35 in between Waco and and I-35E/I-35W split in Hillsboro, Texas, you should definitely stop in.

    yum!
    Thanks for the recommendation. My aunt and uncle live in Hillsboro. I'll mention it to them and stop in the next time I go for a visit.
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    Over the weekend my hubbie made some of the best chili I've ever had... so I had leftover chili for lunch. Perfect for a cold, snowy, yucky-weather day.

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    Quote Originally posted by Mud Princess View post
    Over the weekend my hubbie made some of the best chili I've ever had... so I had leftover chili for lunch. Perfect for a cold, snowy, yucky-weather day.
    I made my best chili yest this weekend! Southern style recipe I found. Then had it for leftovers for dinner last night, and I finished it up during lunch today.
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    OOOOO... I love chili!!! Yum!

    Today I am having leftover pasta, it is a lovely conglomeration of rotini noodles, chicken breast, roasted asparagus, onions, broccoli, feta, and pesto.

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    I am doing the Special K challenge

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    I'm doing the vegan chocolate peanut butter cupcake challenge.

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    Crepes. Yum!

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    2-day old leftover "Southwestern Enchiladas" (chicken, green chile sauce, and cheese on blue corn tortillas topped with a fried egg, over-easy) from Chuy's.

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    Just finished a pot-luck Taco Bar lunch for my staff planner who is leaving. I feel gross.
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    Maybe I will redeem my free meal coupon at Baja Fresh.
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    Quote Originally posted by btrage View post
    Just finished a pot-luck Taco Bar lunch for my staff planner who is leaving. I feel gross.
    It's on my list of things to avoid: "Homemade taco fixin's from a variety of people I know very casually". It's right before "High School Crushes" and right after "Angry Shellfish".
    "...I would never try to tick Hink off. He kinda intimidates me. He's quite butch, you know." - Maister

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    Quote Originally posted by btrage View post
    Just finished a pot-luck Taco Bar lunch for my staff planner who is leaving. I feel gross.
    Quote Originally posted by ursus View post
    It's on my list of things to avoid: "Homemade taco fixin's from a variety of people I know very casually". It's right before "High School Crushes" and right after "Angry Shellfish".
    My grossness is more of a "I am undescribeably full", as opposed to the food was yucky.
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    I had a multi-grain wrap with roasted garlic hummus, baby greens, and grilled chicken.

    Now I'm eating a Reese's Peanut Butter Heart.

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    Though I'm not Catholic, I married one and fathered two more, thus I have Catholic guilt by association.

    Since it is Lent, I had shrimp, mac and cheese, with whole wheat toast. it's the first shrimp I've consumed since the Gulf disaster, and I think I'll wait another year before I have any more.
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    Quote Originally posted by btrage View post
    My grossness is more of a "I am undescribeably full", as opposed to the food was yucky.
    My bad. I would still consider putting it on your list...one day you'll meet a pot-luck taco or potato bar at work that will make you want to die.....
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