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    homemade wor wonton soup
    i use store bought wrappers - too much work for too little gain when considering time and labour for homemade ones
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    We had some Taco Meat in the fridge so I whipped up a Quick Taco Salad with Romaine, Peppers, Cheddar, Taco Meat, Nacho Crumbs and a Homemade Mexican Dressing using Sour Cream, Yogurt, Salsa and some Milk to thin it out.
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    I made a batch of large crepes! ( they're still warm ). Instead of vanilla extract I put Orange Blossom water in the batter. Strawberries, raspberries and fresh peaches are all sliced up and sitting in a small bit of sugar in the fridge and will magically turn into a yummy fruit compote! Whipped cream ( canned ) is also at the ready! Wake up guys! It's already noon.
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    your post reminded me i recently scored some PC orange blossom honey (made in australia) for $0.99; there were 2 other flavours: chili and ginger. I got a bottle of honey ginger as i use it in my tea.

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    I made a batch of large crepes! ( they're still warm ). Instead of vanilla extract I put Orange Blossom water in the batter. Strawberries, raspberries and fresh peaches are all sliced up and sitting in a small bit of sugar in the fridge and will magically turn into a yummy fruit compote! Whipped cream ( canned ) is also at the ready! Wake up guys! It's already noon.
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    Iíve been craving the turkey sandwiches I used to get from Safeway so today I made a tofurkey sandwich with mustard, vegan mayo, sliced cucumbers, romaine lettuce, vegan cheddar cheese, chopped pickled pepperoncini peppers and cranberry sauce.

    YUM! Craving satisfied.

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    The Zellers ads for food trucks serving Hot Chicken sandwiches made me crave them, too.
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    My food may not befit a king, but I eat like a horse.

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    this morning I used my very efficient and adorable egg cooker to have 7 hard boiled eggs in the fridge in case egg salad comes to mind for lunch later on!!




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    Cranberry chicken with yellow beans and mashed patatoes.Slices of cheese.
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    The day is almost here! We are hosting a Saturday luncheon ( 8 in all ) and I have been busy, busy, busy. Trying to have as many things prepped/precooked to make lighter work for myself tomorrow. The menu is kind of large but we start at noon and stretch things out, hopefully ending by 7 p.m.

    Buffet Appetizer Station

    Roast butternut squash hummus, with carrot and daikon sticks, mini pitas.
    Pastel tinted Devilled eggs. Mashed potato balls;crumbed & deep fried.
    Homemade Focaccia bread with Kalamata olives, sundried tomatoes,
    roasted red peppers, pesto, Parmesan & Romano cheeses, herbs.
    Ritz Sociables with assorted cheeses.
    Coconut & Tempura shrimp.

    Beverage: Easter toast with Sparkling wine and pastel glitter dust

    Main Course:

    Prime rib roast au jus, with crispy deep fried parsnip strings
    Dry rub pork side & back ribs, Linguine ground Chicken Pasta bake,
    Mango salad, Caesar salad, sauteed green beans, steamed Brussel sprouts.
    Wine: Henry of Pelham Baco Noir

    Dessert

    Chocolate Dipped Kiwi pops, Deep fried pastel coloured Rice paper flowers
    Nonni's Italian Fritole, Pastel coloured Pizzelle Cookies, Italian Cream Cheese Cake
    Coffee, Tea.
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    Rice, grilled veggies and chicken.
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    The biggest problem I am having now is eating my first meal too late, often it's a brunch instead of breakfast That makes fitting in the remaining meals and snacks before 7 or 8 p.m. a challenge. It happened again today. I left for grocery shopping and did not eat anything. By the time I returned it's near 11 a.m. Ugh.

    Thought I'd make things more efficient by prepping the exact same meal for lunch and dinner right after I ate that late breakfast. This way I am simply heating up the dinner one, which saves time. For each meal there was 2 oz. of sauteed salmon steak meat, 50 grams each roasted butternut squash and sweet potatoes and a garden salad. There was no way to fit snacks in, just lots of water in between meals.




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    Spinach/romaine salad topped with peppers, cucumbers and chicken!

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    DS asked if we had any sknl/bnl chx breasts in the freezer. Yup....why? He's going to take care of their Monday/Tuesday work meals. He plans to marinate and BBQ the chx breasts. I'm OFF THE HOOK! Maybe I'll think about the guys and their meals again on Wednesday...ha ha




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    today I " pre-pre-prepped " the lunch, dinner and snack items that will grace my plates later today. Seems to some that lunch time has passed but nope, I ate breakfast late.
    I had noticed that if I'm taking too long to get what I need ready for my lunch or dinner and my hunger pang has already gone off, it can spell danger. There was one day where I abandoned the last meal and late snack which I had written down but just grabbed " something " that I thought might be the same caloric value and was right there ready to eat!
    Turned out it was more than my allowed for the day....but meh? Today I'll prevent that from occurring.




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    ham sandwich like when i was a kid; sliced ham from a package, white bread, mayo and sprinkle of ground black pepper.
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