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Discussion in 'Food & Drinks' started by Lon Tanner, Apr 30, 2020.
Lon, that looks delicious. It also looks healthy.
Light salted potatoe chips and sandwhich and tea.
Lon, your post with a picture of Fish & Chips got me to salivating!
Fresh Icelandic Cod, of course, with Small Fries and Cole Slaw, and Lemon Slices!
I can make it to Fresno in about 3 hours...please have a 6-pack of a good non-light beer on hand!
I love me some fish & chips. Makes me miss Arthur Treacher's.
You just can't do that stuff at home...requires a deep fryer.
I had a ham, cheese and egg sandwich (real fresh country eggs from a chicken I've picked up and held.)
I'm not a health nut, but I try to eat healthy, so for lunch I'll eat half a sandwich so I can leave room for fresh and dried fruit such as apples, oranges, nuts, raisins and prunes. I'll throw chips in twice a week and tea every day.
Lamb Stew for my lunch today with New Zealand Lamb
I've been making lamb for dinner every once in a while. It's a nice change of pace.
That looks good, Lon.
Ginger Soy Salmon Seared on a Grilled Peach Salad
Looks good, @Lon Tanner . I had Ritz Crackers with peanut butter on them dipped in a can of potted meat. It was delicious.
Lon, you eat way to healthy for us!
Damn, son. Your meals all look so good.
-Pork BBQ sandwich
-Reheated hush puppies
Gonna be another light dinner because of it.