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    Lunch II

    Not a fan of tartar sauce however.

    Fried fish deserves cocktail sauce. Mookie makes his own
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    Re: Lunch II

    Excellent thread title

    Grilled cheese made with mayo instead of butter is great.
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    I don't think they have second breakfast, Pip.
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    Re: Lunch II

    Disqualified for not naming thread "Lunch II: Lunch Harder."
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    Re: Lunch II

    grilled cheese with bacon may be the hands down simplistic winner in any hot sandwich category.

    bu mookie used to like tomato on his. that always came across as making it too runny.

    mookie had a job long ago in the lunch room at a cc. for lunch break every day mookie and the chef created a grilled cheese with bacon on a croissant. ohhh my... have yet to find a similar croissant anywhere else to recreate that, as the chef made them daily hisself. they were of a healthy size and the sandwich as huge, with maybe 6 slices of cheese and 6 of bacon to fill it. he would cover it on the plate with fries.
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    Disqualified for not naming thread "Lunch II: Lunch Harder."
    let's not over add. as was mentioned at the roll up on the last thread, seeing all the free toppings requires restraint
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    Re: Lunch II

    Fade had a grilled salmon salad from his client's corporate cafeteria. It was solid.

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    Re: Lunch II

    Amber Marie had leftover butternut squash lasagna using butternut squash as the noodles. She made two pans of it, and that's pretty much what she's eaten this week.
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    I had to drive out to GD oakdale today so I made my first trip to hyvee. Meh. Ate lunch there, what I had was absolutely nothing special and they gave me enough food to feed three people. Gross.

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    Sunday, I had lunch at a nice hole in the wall Thai place. The green curry came highly recommended, and I had it with mango bubble tea.
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    I was in conference calls all day. Canned chowdah it was!
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    Re: Lunch II

    Tacos brought in for lunch and learn

    I ate a few nachos at 3:30 for a quick snack

    Brought home a plate and ate at 6

    Fiancée was not impressed when I told her the sour cream was fine sitting out all day as I ate it.

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    Re: Lunch II

    Sour cream has a pH of about 4.5. You're probably fine eating it right after work unless the office was hot. I wouldn't eat it the next day though.
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