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    Tuna on wheat with pickles and lettuce. Water.

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    Tony's frozen cheese pizza. Water.

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    Taking the day off, made the family omlettes...mine was portobella mushrooms, spinach, onion, asparagus, sharp chedder, garlic summer sausage cracklins and red pepper flakes.
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    Fish Sandwiches: Just like what you get from McDonald's/BK, but with fried Lake Perch fillets instead of cod/sushimi squares... Add some cheese, Tarter Sauce, and you're good to go....
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    I bleeped up. The leftover standing rib roast from Sunday was on its last day according to the code monitor (Mrs. UR). It was delicious for dinner, then what could have been my lunch today if I had been just a little bit smarter went into the trash. Given the choice of throwing out turkey or standing rib, that turkey's a goner. Nuts!
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    Beef and potatoes in the crock pot overnight for lunch the next two days.
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    yesterday was turkey sausage-spinach pasta bake. today is whole wheat mac and cheese with broccoli. tomorrow will be the pasta bake again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jen View Post
    yesterday was turkey sausage-spinach pasta bake. today is whole wheat mac and cheese with broccoli. tomorrow will be the pasta bake again.
    I am having a chicken sausage pasta bake today with salad.

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    Domino's thin crust with mushrooms and onions. Water

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    Can't decide. Have a whole chicken going in the slow cooker for dinner, so not something with chicken!
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    Yesterday I had some shrimp dish with linguini. Today I had a turkey sandwich at Potbelly.

    What is it with shrimp dishes these days leaving the shell on the tail portion? I always end up picking them out and then removing the shell, but it does get quite messy. I googled this and found out the shells are actually edible , but there has to be something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    Yesterday I had some shrimp dish with linguini. Today I had a turkey sandwich at Potbelly.

    What is it with shrimp dishes these days leaving the shell on the tail portion? I always end up picking them out and then removing the shell, but it does get quite messy. I googled this and found out the shells are actually edible , but there has to be something else.
    Many cooks feel the shell adds flavor. At least that's the lame excuse I've gotten for the practice, I disagree that it's worth all the mess and effort. I do know people who eat the shell, but not me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmh View Post
    Can't decide. Have a whole chicken going in the slow cooker for dinner, so not something with chicken!
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    Leeann Chin catered at work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldy_331 View Post
    Many cooks feel the shell adds flavor. At least that's the lame excuse I've gotten for the practice, I disagree that it's worth all the mess and effort. I do know people who eat the shell, but not me.
    It sounds like we agree.

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    Wound up getting a reuben. Delicious!
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    Turkey & stuffing at the Tacky & Abrasive cafe. Pretty good.

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    Re: Lunch

    I had salami, provolone, and spicy mustard on rye (homemade).

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    Wound up getting a reuben. Delicious!
    Damn, now I want corned beef. Even though I have the day off, maybe I will make the 45 min. drive to Star Deli tomorrow and get my fix; it's my birthday after all.
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    mookie is sick, so girl made me some chicken soup last night. i had that for lunch today with water to drink
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