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    Quote Originally posted by dandy_warhol View post
    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.
    I love it: a sensible, healthy lunch, and chocolate for dessert. That's my kind of meal!

    I had a toasted bagel with cream cheese, and some Stonyfield Farms banilla yogurt. I am completely addicted to banilla yogurt - it has the consistency of chocolate pudding.

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    Protein shake. BORING.

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    The local Lions club had a fish fry...yum! Boiled potatoes, cole slaw, hush puppies and homemade desserts.
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    McDOnald's double fish sandwaich with xtra tartar........its a Friday during lent ya know.............YUM

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    Grilled chicken salad at Campisi's! We sat outside in the 80 degree weather, watching the office drones walk on obblestones in stillettos!
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    Anyone up for Hooter's?
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    Grilled pork chop and salad.

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    Headin out with a big group today for birthday celebrations at the Olive Garden. I haven't been to one of these since I was a kid, but I do remember liking the food back then.
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    Sunshine and fresh air?

    Oh, I guess I need a sandwich to go with them...

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    Quote Originally posted by Mud Princess View post
    Sunshine and fresh air?

    Oh, I guess I need a sandwich to go with them...

    I could use another serving of sunshine and fresh air, perhaps with a side of kitties.

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    Chicken salad, Green Salad, & diced fruit.
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    Leftover burger from the Mothers Day cookout and Spartan brand bbq chips.

    For some reason home made burgers never taste anywhere near as good when served as leftovers the next day, as they do off the grill.

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    Individual thin crust pizza with pepperoni and green peppers with an unsweet tea at Enzo's.

    I like their pizza.

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    Tofu Tom Ka with no fish sauce and sticky rice.

    Delicious.

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    A quarter pounder with cheese, fries, and a coke
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    crappy "working lunch" sandwiches.

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    Quote Originally posted by TerraSapient View post
    Tofu Tom Ka with no fish sauce and sticky rice.

    Delicious.
    Yum!

    Quote Originally posted by Tranplanner View post
    crappy "working lunch" sandwiches.
    I am always so thrilled when the person organizing the "working lunch" actually remembers to include a non-meat option so I don't have to subsist on a granola bar from my purse and (if I'm lucky) a cookie.

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    Asian sesame salad with chicken from Panera. I ordered the new Thai Chopped Chicken Salad but somehow this one ended up in my bag. Didn't realize it until I was back in the office. Oh well. This one is good too.

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    leftover Papa Johns supreme thin crust

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    Brains!

    Actually, I forgot my lunch today, so probably a protein shake.

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    Quote Originally posted by TerraSapient View post
    Brains!
    I have been told we have some of the best deep fried brain sandwiches around which I have posted before.
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    Broke parts take a little longer, though.
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    Leftover beef roast with curry rice. Should have had some fruit to eat as dessert, but hubby put it on his cereal this morning.
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    Quote Originally posted by JNA View post
    I have been told we have some of the best deep fried brain sandwiches around which I have posted before.
    I've seen the PSA's about fried brains. Do they really taste like eggs? Or is that just the pan-fried ones, not the deep fried?
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    Quote Originally posted by TerraSapient View post
    I forgot my lunch today, so probably a protein shake.
    Off-topic:
    RJ's brain is saying, "Don't go there. This is a family-friendly site."

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    Leftover Chinese food which was still tasty.

    I've eaten lamb brains before...in the Middle East they cook a dish called pacha which is essentially a lamb's head stew that is traditionally eaten in the winter. It's cooked for a very long time then crack the head open and scoop out the brains and it's all eaten with basmati rice. It's pretty good if you don't know what you are eating and haven't been around for the stinky part of the cooking.
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