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Discussion in 'Food & Drinks' started by Sheldon Scott, Sep 11, 2015.
1/2 a New York strip steak and 1/2 a large baked potato and a glass of buttermilk
A cup of mixed vegetables, a toasted English muffin topped with melted cheese, washed down with several glasses of unsweetened iced tea.
One day this week, I had three Oscar Meyer all beef hot dogs for dinner---plain, just a slice of bread wrapped around a microwaved hot dog. 600 calories. I can't leave 'em alone when I buy them, so I try not to buy them.
They are just too quick and easy.
These days we are eating mostly out of the garden, so we had fresh tomatoes, zucchini, peas, cucumbers, and part of a grilled pork steak. We eat some of what we get out of the garden every day, and preserve the rest...for the upcoming winter season.
Not that I've had Oscar Meyer hot dogs ever in my life, but I know what you mean about buying junk food... when you get the urge to have it, you have to buy it and eat it ... and then never go near it in the store again for years, until the next time ....
During the past several years, this traditional meat-eater has kind of thrown in the towel, accepting veggies as desirable, so incorporate them with my meat or other protein source. During that time, my Cholesterol has come down to acceptable, sometimes below 200, mostly 200-210, no meds taken. Triglycerides down in the basement.
A cup of chili and a toasted English muffin with a smear of SF Smucker's orange marmalade washed down with a glass of iced tea.
This chili was a first for me and was very good for a meal from a can. It definitely earned a place on the emergency shelf!
Tonight because I had been eating junk a little bit during the day I wasn't hungry much so I had a few thin slices of salt beef, 2 boiled potatoes in their skins and some baked beans .. all served on a little paper plate, just a tiny dinner
Please explain "salt beef": I eat "salty beef", to be sure, is salt beef a certain kind of preparation?
Salt beef is beef cured in Brine then boiled, and cut into slices ..usually thick but I like mine thin.
The Uk salt beef is not to be confused with UK corned beef which is different again to American corned beef
Yesterday I found some amazingly Washington Sweet Cherries (looks like Bing cherries on steroids) for $1.99 a pound, so I got three pounds (one for eating, the other two for a pie). Last cherry pie I made some weeks ago was the first one that ever turned out perfect, so I'm hankering to see if that was a fluke. Today I'm having spaghetti (and my sauce I keep on hand) for a quickie supper, so I can devote full effort on the pie. Spaghetti is like Chinese food, I'll likely be starving before bed, so I figure a couple cheese sandwiches later on.
Not bad. Definitely enough for a meal.
Tonight was a cheeseburger made with a MorningStar Farms Grillers Prime patty topped with reduced fat American cheese on a toasted lite English muffin and a big fat Claussen dill pickle.
At least the pickle was the real deal, LOL!!!
Cornbread pinto beans with onion meat and link sausage. It was good to
I made home made Egg fried rice.. with soy and plum sauce... and just had it as an addition to some Smoked trout...