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BUDGETMAW Posts: 4,581
8/22/15 3:41 P

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salad of lettuce, tomato, cucumber, flax meal, sunflower seeds, tuna, mayo, and splenda

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salad of cabbage, eggs, shredded cheese (mixture of cheddar, mozzarella and provolone), sunflower seeds, and ranch dressing

salad of lettuce, tomato, cucumber, eggs, mayo, mustard, splenda and sunflower seeds

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salad of cabbage, eggs, shredded cheese (mixture of cheddar, mozzarella and provolone), sunflower seeds, and ranch dressing

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8/13/15 12:08 A

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Sounds good, AlexMax!

yogurt with heavy cream, flax meal, sunflower seeds, cinnamon and splenda

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8/12/15 7:12 P

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Egg salad

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8/11/15 6:07 P
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Zucchini, watercress and mint soup, plus spoon of greek yogurt with chopped mint. My garden has started providing me with vegetables :)

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BUDGETMAW Posts: 4,581
8/11/15 4:25 P

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leftover chicken, leftover green beans with bacon

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8/11/15 11:03 A

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a beautiful, ripe, sweet, juicy peach that I peeled (easily!) and ate leaning over the sink to keep from getting juice on my clothes
yogurt with flax meal, sunflower seeds, heavy cream, cinnamon and sweetener

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8/11/15 11:02 A

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Sounds delicious! Thanks.

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8/11/15 4:38 A

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Just made this recipe up so I need to tweak it.

8oz shredded monterey jack cheese
1 C diced green bell peppers
3/4 C diced onion
8 oz sandwich steak
6 eggs
1/2 C heavy whipping cream
1 - 12 oz pkg cream cheese

Sauté onions & peppers in butter till softened then added the steak (I chopped it up as I cooked it).

Grease a 7X11" pan sprinkle with half of the monterey then top with the onion, pepper, beef mixture.

Dot the top of that with cream cheese & top with rest of shredded monterey.

Beat eggs & heavy cream (I seasoned with a little pepper,lawrys,garlic powder) then pour evenly over top of the casserole.

Bake 350 for 45 minutes.

This makes 10 servings and comes out to about 5 carbs per serving.

Think I may cut down on the cream cheese (it was a bit much) and veggies a little just to bring the carb count down a smidge.

Edited by: LISALOOPNER at: 8/11/2015 (07:32)
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8/10/15 1:05 P

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Recipe, please!

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8/10/15 12:33 P

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Crustless philly cheese steak quiche

BUDGETMAW Posts: 4,581
8/9/15 8:41 P

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Leftover pork ribs. I didn't eat anything green, either.

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8/9/15 2:32 P

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Grilled smoked sausage & yellow mustard...Should I feel bad I didn't eat anything green?

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8/8/15 6:20 P

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Bump! (to get the thread to the top of the list)

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8/6/15 6:14 P

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Shredded paprika pork tenderloin

BUDGETMAW Posts: 4,581
8/6/15 3:22 P

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a slice of bologna and hunk of cheese

BUDGETMAW Posts: 4,581
8/5/15 11:09 P

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BLT salad - bacon, lettuce and tomatoes with mayo mixed with bacon grease

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8/5/15 6:58 P

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Lettuce wrap from Jimmy Johns

BUDGETMAW Posts: 4,581
8/4/15 10:10 A

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MIM/OMM topped with lots of butter, some splenda, and heavy cream. Kind of like a bowl of hot cereal.

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8/4/15 4:29 A

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paprika shredded pork tenderloin

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8/2/15 6:32 A

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Shrimp salad

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7/31/15 4:49 A

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The last of the Asian beef with white bbq sauce.

Maw, I just love squash! Grilled, sautéed, fried anyway you can think I just have to watch it or I can over do it I love it so much. Over eating a vegetable? What a hoot!

BUDGETMAW Posts: 4,581
7/30/15 3:27 P

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The neighbor brought over a huge pattypan squash that grew on what she was told when she bought it was a cucumber plant. Mom sliced up a chunk of it, dipped it in egg and then in cracker crumbs and then fried it in a tiny bit of oil. I sliced up a chunk of it, dipped it in egg and then in almond meal and fried it in lots of oil. It needed ketchup, so I used tomato sauce instead. It's not as good but makes a fair substitute.

BUDGETMAW Posts: 4,581
7/26/15 12:36 P

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Yesterday was shredded zucchini sauteed in bacon grease and drippings from cooking pork chops, with eggs scrambled into it once the zucchini was done. I fix something similar often - shredded zucchini (and usually some chopped onion), sauteed in some kind of fat (bacon grease, butter, etc.) long enough to get rid of the moisture in the zucchini, then eggs added and everything scrambled together. It's good with a chopped tomato added with the zucchini, or some sliced mushrooms, too.

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7/26/15 11:10 A

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I eat LOTS of eggs (fixed every way one can imagine)

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7/25/15 10:30 P

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I've just been eating deli meat rolled up with cheese and put in the microwave for about 30 seconds to make it nice and gooey... and some cream cheese with cajun seasoning sprinkled on top melted over some grilled or baked chicken.

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7/25/15 10:14 P

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For lunch and dinner:

buttered burger with fresh spinach:

A breakdown of the meal with macros:

2/3 cup green spinach, 6.6 calories, 0 fat, 1.1 carb, 0.4 pro.
1/2 cup green spinach, 3.3 calories, 0 fat, 0.3 carb, 0.2 pro.
4 oz grass-fed beef, 215 calories, 14.4 fat, 0 carb, 21.6 pro.
1/2 avocado, 144.4 calories, 13.3 fat, 7.5 carb, 1.7 pro.
1/4 cup shredded cheese, 110 calories, 9 fat, 1 carb, 7 pro.
2 Tbsp butter, 200 calories, 22 fat, 0 carb, 0 pro.
1 Tbsp mustard, 30 calories, 0 fat, 3 carb, 0 pro.
2 Tbsp organic sour cream, 60 calories, 5.0 fat, 1.0 carb, 1.0 pro.
1/2 lemon cucumber, 8 calories, 0 fat, 2 carb., 0 pro.

Totals: 777.3 calories, 63.7 fat, 15.9 carb, 31.9 pro.

Here's how to make it: make the burger with the seasonings you prefer. I cook them on Sunday afternoon and then eat them for lunch during the week at work.

When I prep the meal, here's what I do:

Place 2 tablespoons of salted grass-fed butter on top of the burger and heat it in a toaster oven. Once the butter has melted, I top it with the shredded cheese and cook it until the cheese is melted.

I then serve it on top of the spinach, and spoon the sour cream and mustard on top of the burger. The diced avocado is on the side, and the cucumber is my side :)

I put the burger in a round foil dish to cook it in the toaster oven.

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BUDGETMAW Posts: 4,581
7/6/15 2:33 P

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big salad of cabbage, onion, hard boiled eggs, bacon bits, sunflower seeds, mayo, mustard, lemon juice, splenda, celery seeds and black pepper. Yum!

BUDGETMAW Posts: 4,581
7/5/15 6:23 P

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cottage cheese, blueberries and sunflower seeds

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7/5/15 3:28 P

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Tuna Fish & Pork Rind Scoops emoticon and it was very yummy especially after my kettle-bell workout. Salty, crunchy..yummy.

It's been a while since I last had this for lunch because I had ran out of pork rinds.. emoticon

No worries though..I am now fully stocked up on barrels of pork rinds (gotta love Sam's Club)...let the scooping begin.


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Tangy Ham 'n' Cheese Roll Ups emoticon

A little tangy, a little salty..and very yummy.

3 slices of ham
1 1/2 tablespoons of my 'tangy' homemade tartar sauce
(mayo, red onion, dill relish & dill relish juice)
1 oz of Colby & Monterey Jack cheese, finely shredded
10 black olives, diced
Yellow mustard

Basically you just spread some of the tarter sauce over each piece of ham, then you sprinkle the black olives over each piece, then the cheese, and then a little yellow mustard...and roll each one up.

oh my goodness...you could use turkey, or roast beef, or all kinds of meats...
MMmm Roast Beef...now that sounds like something I need to add to my grocery list emoticon

BUDGETMAW Posts: 4,581
7/2/15 3:54 P

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Plain Greek yogurt (full fat, of course!), with heavy whipping cream, ground flax, sunflower seeds, splenda, and cinnamon. It's good with fruit, too, but then I'd probably use almonds instead of sunflower seeds.

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7/1/15 1:29 P

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emoticon Mini 'Scotch' Eggs..and a few brussel sprouts on the side emoticon

Och Aye!

They taste super yummy served cold too...LEFTOVERS! YUM!
(this is my own recipe..let me know if you would like a copy of it)

Edited by: ADDICTED2DONUTS at: 7/1/2015 (14:26)
BUDGETMAW Posts: 4,581
6/29/15 4:29 P

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My go to lunch (or breakfast or supper) when I have a cold - chicken broth heated to boiling, then eggs added and stirred around until they're in shreds and done.

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turkey and cheese roll ups with cucumber wedges

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Budgetmaw- I love omelets might make that tonight for dinner love it with mushrooms

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6/23/15 3:21 P

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My brother made us ham, cheese and mushroom omelets.

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ham and cheese roll ups with toss salad ranch dressing

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Lunch is Tuna Fish & Pork Rind Scoops

4.5 ounces of tuna fish
1.5 tbsp 'real' Mayo (none of that fat free crap)
1 tbsp dill pickle relish
diced red onion
1 ounce of Pork Rinds (UTZ brand)

Basically use the pork rinds as 'scoops' and spoonfuls of my tuna to each one.



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6/19/15 1:03 P

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Perky, Leftover steak on a green salad and ranch or bleu cheese dressing is my favorite lunch!

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turkey with steamed broccoli

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6/18/15 6:39 P

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mushrooms sauteed in butter and bacon and pork chop drippings then scrambled into eggs with cream

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cut up porterhouse steak 8ozs over salad greens with ranch dressing 32 oz water

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salami with cream cheese, celery with peanut butter

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Cottage cheese with sunflower seeds
celery with peanut butter

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Soup - chicken, chicken broth, chicken drippings, eggs, broccoli, onion, bacon
Bacon

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Salad - lettuce, chicken, roasted seaweed sheets, mayo, seafood cocktail sauce

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yogurt with cinnamon

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yogurt with blueberries, flaxmeal, cinnamon and almonds

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Skipped it today. Had a nasty headache and took tylenol and a nap instead of eating. Feeling better now.

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Cheese, pepperoni, and turkey breast lunch meat. We're cleaning out the fridge. Actually, there's not much in there, and the roads are a mess with the snow.

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Eggs, pepperoni, and cheese, all scrambled together in butter.

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I saw these threads that Russell started and thought he was back! Then looked at the date...sadly, no. Sigh.

I had leftover chili today.

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