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Old Sep 24th 2010, 10:45 pm
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Today I'm having a late lunch of burnt clam chowder and a rather sad excuse for a ham sandwich.
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Old Sep 24th 2010, 10:47 pm
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Timmies coffee and a toasted bagel with cream cheese - on the run
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Old Sep 24th 2010, 10:48 pm
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Today I'm having a late lunch of burnt clam chowder and a rather sad excuse for a ham sandwich.
I had a BLT sandwich from my new local coffee shop. It's only 10 miles from my house.
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Old Sep 28th 2010, 10:39 am
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Originally Posted by CanadaJimmy View Post
Macaroni and Cheese.

It's very popular in Canada so I'm surprised you haven't heard it called Mac and Cheese before. There's also a popular product known as "Kraft Dinner" which includes the macaroni and cheese powder. I can't stand it personally but it's quick and easy I guess compared to making a cheese sauce.
I have the perfect home made version of "KD"! Almost as quick and as good as regular home made Macaroni cheese.

2 Cups Macaroni Elbow Pasta
2 Cups Water
1 Cup Milk
1 Cup (or more to taste) of grated strong Cheddar cheese

Put all except the cheese into a saucepan and bring to the boil stirring occasionally. Simmer for about 20 mins or until pasta is soft. Then remove from heat and stir in the cheese until melted. Serve! Yummy!
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Yesterday for lunch I had a chili cheese hotdog. North America's most important culinary contribution.
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That sure looks like somebody crapped on a hot dog, innit?
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I don't need lunch after seeing this.
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Old Sep 28th 2010, 8:04 pm
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With the new job being a mere 10 minute drive to home, I am enjoying something that I've not done before - going home for lunch. It feels rather the guilty pleasure although of course I can still crackberry whilst eating if I so choose.

For lunch, at home today, I had a bowl of my signature roasted-vegetable-plus-what-ever-else-is-on-hand-when-I-make-it soup. Looks like shit. Tastes divine. (& healthy to boot)
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For lunch, at home today, I had a bowl of my signature roasted-vegetable-plus-what-ever-else-is-on-hand-when-I-make-it soup. Looks like shit. Tastes divine. (& healthy to boot)
Today's lunch (at home of course) consisted of Mrs_P's homemade turkey vegetable soup. Mmmmmmmm

Fresh pineapple chunks and a small slice of Mrs_P's homemade lemon loaf.
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I had a cheese and pickle sandwich (again). Proper branston pickle before anyone asks.
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A ham and Swiss cheese sandwich, followed by a banana, some grapes and small handful of roasted almonds. Bring on the afternoon.
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A ham and Swiss cheese sandwich, followed by a banana, some grapes and small handful of roasted almonds. Bring on the afternoon.
cottage cheese and aubergine pesto toasted sarnie multi grain bread
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Old Sep 28th 2010, 11:23 pm
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cottage cheese and aubergine pesto toasted sarnie multi grain bread
Tesco egg salad sandwich, walkers 'baked' cheese and onion crisps and fruit salad...not exactly the most exciting dietry listing I have read in a while...
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Old Sep 28th 2010, 11:38 pm
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Tesco egg salad sandwich, walkers 'baked' cheese and onion crisps and fruit salad...not exactly the most exciting dietry listing I have read in a while...
I miss the Pret a Manger Christmas sandwich: turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, some kind of lettuce, and so much more.

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