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Old 17-Nov-2012, 07:22 AM (07:22)     181        45640
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Sometimes, what you really want is a big bowl of chili mac. Then you realize (usuallly after eating it), that it is not as tasty as you always remember it being, and wonder what the hell you were on when it sounded soooo gooooooood....

Seriously. What the hell was I thinking? And I got enough for like... a week and a halfs worth of it. This is like, two years worth of chili mac, the way I eat it! *grumbles*

On the bright side, my kombucha is finally done, so I have a bottle of 100% pure organic home-brewed moldy tea to drink!

TASTY! *grins*
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Used to love chilimac but don't make it often unless I have a slow cooker's worth of chili. Then one meal I'll heat and mix some with some mac elbows.

This morn I just finished eggs over well with 2 slices of Udi's Italian bread toasted and spread with peanut butter to lower the GI, a bit of ketsup, diced onion and slices of cuke. Odd but I love it that way.
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root soup i just cooked up
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Yesterday afternoon a friend brought a whole pan of vegan lasagne to help cheer me on the way to healing. That was dinner last eve (but not breakfast this morn tho it nearly was.) Amazing taste. When she'd asked what I'd like I told her I'd sure like to try one of her vegan ventures. I didn't expect a whole huge pan, so I froze some for future dining pleasure.
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That sounds great. I want some! But if its vegan what was used fo cheese?
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Tofu. There's shrooms which make for a nice texture.
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Dairy queen chicken strips. Oh, how low do I stoop when it comes time to work a twelve hour shift...
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Thanksgiving dinner. Num. And I had ham! And I did not have a migraine!
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For breakfast this "black Friday" I had turkey, stuffing, a bit of yam. However Jackson got that plus a couple of green beans (not to my liking so he gets them all) and some mashed potato (also not to my liking so again he gets lucky.)

Too bad I didn't have some of that Especial Kahlua I brought yesterday as my contribution to put into my morning's coffee!
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Black friday breakfast... I had free bagels from work. *nods*

Last thing I ate? Apple pie trifle. Dayum, that is good shit.
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Huevas rancheras this morning, with coffee
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Sweet potato pancakes (Latkes, except with sweet potatoes), breakfast sausage links, and eggs. It has the seal of parental approval, especially Daddy's, and this is a very difficult thing to get with most of my cooking... Especially the "healthy" stuff. I think this is the first time I've ever gotten a hearty "This is delicious!" from either of the parentals.

Then again, it was fried.

*shrugs*

It's a start?
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Roasted sweet potatoes, baked pumpkin with butter and maple syrup, and fresh bread. the bread I made with maple syrup instead of sugar, and it came out a little doughy on the inside, with split-open crunchy goodness on the outside. I don't often pat myself on the back over a loaf of bread, but when I do, I do it after I've eaten the whole thing in one setting.
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