Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by lynn, Aug 8, 2005.
egg croissant with sausage and cheese
Icelandic-style yogurt w/ mini-pretzels (strangely tasty if I use the pretel to scoop up the yogurt), DMD.
bagel with butter
Cornmeal waffles. OMG where have these been all my life?!
leftover pollo con mole...more like brunch
bacon, scrambled eggs, toast w/strawberry jam, grapefruit juice, strawberries, red grapes
Comfort food heaven.
Most awesome breakfast: plain icelandic-style yogurt with a spoonful of homemade strawberry/marsala/thyme jam. O.M.G., this is so good! Where has this been all my life?! And the yogurt is only 80 calories for a little over 5oz, completely fat free, 15 grams of protein...and it's all natural and quasi-organic. OK, so the jam adds sugar...but it's my homemade jam and I know the strawberries were good and fresh, and there is no strange stuff in there (beyond pectin, which isn't that strange).
Also a piece of sting cheese and some fruit salad and DMD.
more Polish ham on sour dough, with hot jardinere.....holy smokes is that stuff good....cup of coffee...clearly going to need another
lol! When I read your post, I thought you said that the yogurt was all natural as quasi-orgasmic. Oy! :doh:
This morning. The usual. Fresh cut fruit and veg. Boiled egg whites, small serving of grapefruit juice. Water.
Today breakfast was a Lunchable lol
yesterday I wanted scrambled eggs and was quite hungry.. I cooked up 6 eggs and ate every bite.. by the time the bowl was empty I realized this was not a very good idea. They were yummy, but I do not advise this.
Every once in a while won't kill ya. IIRC, I read somewhere that one should limit egg intake to a max of seven a week. So you can have ONE more tomorrow, if you want. :wink: :lol:
Today: Incredibly huge tomato and cucumber salad with vinaigrette. Assorted berries for b'fast dessert. Omm nom nom.
cheese omelette with sausages
turkey sandwich on wheat, white grape juice
green tea and a croissant
turkey chili, vitamin water zero
a few crackers and cheese, coffee
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