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    Lunch was a half cup of a sorta chicken salad (chicken, relish, a little onion, egg and enough mayo to make it stick together) on a slice of whole wheat,
    some more of that nasty 1% no salt cottage cheese w/ lemon juice added to it, and the last of the half bag of a green & yellow zucchini blend.
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    Snagged a nice looking duck breast in the reduced section today so that was seared then 5 minutes in the oven before joining some sushi rice & ponzu dressing on my plate.

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    I had a Jimmy Dean Delights Turkey Sausage Breakfast Bowl for dinner.



    Turkey sausage, diced potatoes, egg whites, reduced fat cheese.

    I also mixed in that nasty 1% no salt added cottage cheese so I wouldn't have to taste that.

    Since the potatoes counted as my starchy vegetable, I had a half bag of steamed California style veggies w/ melted margarine in them.
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    We had baked camembert, though it appears the one I bought wasn't for baking

    It's now in the bin, as even the little man turned his nose up at it! Kids hey...

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    Tonight's dinner was a Double Double - Protein Style (burger wrapped in lettuce instead of a bun) with tomatoes and minus the spread they put on it.
    I took a hit on calories, fat, sodium & cholesterol for those meager 11 carbs for the burger.
    I also had more of that nasty 1% no sodium cottage cheese (only about 2/3rds of the 2nd tub left) & half a bag of that steamed green & yellow zucchini blend.

    Next time I'll have hubby call me on the way home so I can start the veggies.
    The burger was cold & the wrapper was soggy (tomatoes) by the time I got to fixing everything else, but it was still damn good.
    I'll try to make this a monthly thing, even though I could probably make something similar here at the house and it'd be healthier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    is this the same jimmy dean of james bond fame?

    "i know enough to know what's instantly forgettable"

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    Quote Originally Posted by sp88 View Post
    is this the same jimmy dean of james bond fame?

    It is. Best sausage and breakfast stuff around.

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    This morning I had a package arrive and it was my buckwheat pancake mix (Buckwheat flour/whole wheat flour) and I had 2 small pancakes for lunch with a poached egg on them.

    The sugar in it was negligible so the egg really helps them along.

    ...and the usual half bag of vegetables on the side.
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    Tonight's dinner was a 6 oz cod filet, 1% no salt added cottage cheese (only one serving left ) and veggies.
    Light pan fry with the canola oil no stick spray, Mrs. Dash while cooking than margarine and lemon juice afterwards.

    Decent enough but honestly I've never been much of a fish person other than fish sticks or breaded fish like a seafood fast food restaurant would serve.
    That was the last of the cod, next will be the Tilapia fillets and they are thin so they should get crispy-ish.

    Next trip to the store I'll get the mahi mahi fillets & the flounder ones because they are fairly inexpensive and I don't have to buy a ton of fish at one time.
    They also have pink salmon (which I don't care for), catfish (which I really don't care for) & halibut which is pretty expensive so none for me.
    I can pick up both the mahi mahi & flounder and have twice the fish for what the halibut costs.

    I also decided my starchy vegetable is probably going to be one of those Petite Gold roasting potatoes from now on.

    They're small but not too small and I can just pop one in the microwave for a few minutes, and the small size will keep my carbs down.
    The problem with the starchy veggies is that I eat a smaller portion than the regular veggies but they come in bigger cans and baggies so I eat the same ones for DAYS.

    I don't like peas very much but I'll always love a potato.

    P.S. The guys got Lil' Caesars pepperoni pizza.
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    I usually have salmon in a sandwich, but another option is to mix
    it with cooked potato to make fishcakes.

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