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#26 2018-06-15 6:29am

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Loved the cooked chickens...except they cost $11.99 here mad


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#27 2018-06-15 9:56am

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Love this stuff and so convenient too.When I was training hard,I use to eat half of one for lunch everyday.


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#28 2018-06-15 10:35am

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Love this stuff and so convenient too.When I was training hard,I use to eat half of one for lunch everyday.

When I was working on the road they were a staple. Every couple days I'd grab a chicken, bag of dinner rolls, a squeezer of mayo and a veggie tray. I got paid $50 a day for food and would eat off $50 a week. Easy $300...to drink away on the weekend lol


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#29 2018-06-15 10:44am

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spyker wrote:

Love this stuff and so convenient too.When I was training hard,I use to eat half of one for lunch everyday.

When I was working on the road they were a staple. Every couple days I'd grab a chicken, bag of dinner rolls, a squeezer of mayo and a veggie tray. I got paid $50 a day for food and would eat off $50 a week. Easy $300...to drink away on the weekend lol

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#30 2018-06-15 11:13am

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Kurt_Rad wrote:

spyker wrote:

Love this stuff and so convenient too.When I was training hard,I use to eat half of one for lunch everyday.

When I was working on the road they were a staple. Every couple days I'd grab a chicken, bag of dinner rolls, a squeezer of mayo and a veggie tray. I got paid $50 a day for food and would eat off $50 a week. Easy $300...to drink away on the weekend lol

That's how you do it.Why eat stake and lobster everyday when you can save it for other things.


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#31 2018-06-15 4:09pm

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Kurt_Rad wrote:

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Love this stuff and so convenient too.When I was training hard,I use to eat half of one for lunch everyday.

When I was working on the road they were a staple. Every couple days I'd grab a chicken, bag of dinner rolls, a squeezer of mayo and a veggie tray. I got paid $50 a day for food and would eat off $50 a week. Easy $300...to drink away on the weekend lol

That's how you do it.Why eat stake and lobster everyday when you can save it for other things.

Couldn’t agree more. Leftovers,
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#32 2018-06-15 4:14pm

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Homemade French Onion Soup. My wife's favorite! https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/248463/img_07515cd5deac91.jpg

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#33 2018-06-15 4:15pm

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Re: What's for dinner?

Had a Thai Beef Salad from my local Thai takeaway.
That was last night's dinner.
Might even get it again tonight.

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#34 2018-06-15 4:18pm

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Homemade French Onion Soup. My wife's favorite! smilehttps://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 481b6a.jpg

dang that looks good right about now!!!  yikes


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#35 2018-06-15 4:29pm

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Heading out for Vietnamese tonight.


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#36 2018-06-15 4:30pm

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Had a Thai Beef Salad from my local Thai takeaway.
That was last night's dinner.
Might even get it again tonight.

Thai food is so good,but alot of it is so spicey,it will burn a hole in your pants if you let out a fart.


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#37 2018-06-15 4:34pm

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xtremevert wrote:

AJ Macaroo wrote:

Homemade French Onion Soup. My wife's favorite! smilehttps://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 481b6a.jpg

dang that looks good right about now!!!  yikes

Thx! It's very easy to make...just lots of onions, beef stock, lil red wine, pepper, garlic, toasted baguette bread slices, provolone and Swiss, spring onions for a garnish and done.

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#38 2018-06-15 4:34pm

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spyker wrote:

ApolloMkII wrote:

Had a Thai Beef Salad from my local Thai takeaway.
That was last night's dinner.
Might even get it again tonight.

Thai food is so good,but alot of it is so spicey,it will burn a hole in your pants if you let out a fart.

I love Thai food.  local spot we hit up is called Sawadees here in the Park...  great food every time...  wink


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#39 2018-06-15 4:42pm

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Damn! This thread hurts!! hmm Remodeling my kitchen. Those steaks look good! Been take out for too long.(Image deleted)


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#40 2018-06-15 4:42pm

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Damn! This thread hurts!! hmm Remodeling my kitchen. Those steaks look good! Been take out for too long.https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 4ecf93.jpg

dude, it's going to be so worth it once it's done though...  wink


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#41 2018-06-15 4:45pm

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#42 2018-06-15 4:46pm

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damn, i get the hell out of the office and buy something to eat!  all this food is making hungry!  yikes


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#43 2018-06-15 4:47pm

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xtremevert wrote:

Shazambmx wrote:

Damn! This thread hurts!! hmm Remodeling my kitchen. Those steaks look good! Been take out for too long.https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 4ecf93.jpg

dude, it's going to be so worth it once it's done though...  wink

I hope so. I miss making a steak. smile


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#44 2018-06-15 4:49pm

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xtremevert wrote:

Shazambmx wrote:

Damn! This thread hurts!! hmm Remodeling my kitchen. Those steaks look good! Been take out for too long.https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 4ecf93.jpg

dude, it's going to be so worth it once it's done though...  wink

I hope so. I miss making a steak. smile

yeah I would too!  post before and after pics when you're all done the reno!  wink


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#45 2018-06-15 4:51pm

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I hated brussel sprouts as a kid. Love them now.

I roast them in the oven with some olive oil and salt and pepper.....


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#46 2018-06-15 4:54pm

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oldnky wrote:

spyker wrote:

Kurt_Rad wrote:


When I was working on the road they were a staple. Every couple days I'd grab a chicken, bag of dinner rolls, a squeezer of mayo and a veggie tray. I got paid $50 a day for food and would eat off $50 a week. Easy $300...to drink away on the weekend lol

That's how you do it.Why eat stake and lobster everyday when you can save it for other things.

Couldn’t agree more. Leftovers,
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Then boil then carcass with onion, carrot and celery for chicken noodle soup broth!!!


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#47 2018-06-15 5:18pm

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Kurt_Rad wrote:

oldnky wrote:

spyker wrote:


That's how you do it.Why eat stake and lobster everyday when you can save it for other things.

Couldn’t agree more. Leftovers,
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 6f7d9.jpeg

Then boil then carcass with onion, carrot and celery for chicken noodle soup broth!!!

^^+1...that's the best part of rotisserie chicken leftovers! Don't forget your bay leave and poultry season!

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#48 2018-06-16 3:42pm

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Doing some slow cooked oven ribs tonight. See you in 4 hours.
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#49 2018-06-16 3:49pm

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#50 2018-06-21 2:33am

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Re: What's for dinner?

Had my Thai food again tonight.
Same as last week.
Thai beef salad.
Been on a Thai food "kick" if you want to call it that.
Really tasty, problem is, there's not enough in the take-out food container! yikes lol
Just wish they filled it to the TOP! wink

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