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Old 02-04-2008, 09:34 AM   #1
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Default What's on Your Menu? Week of 2/4 - 2/10

As promised, here is a weekly menu thread. We can keep this up as long as there is interest. I'll start us off.
My menu for the day:
B - 1 deviled egg, 2 turkey bacons, baked oatmeal, coffee with milk
S - V8, celery with LCLC
L - zydeco soup, salad
S - latte, half a grapefruit
D - lean cheeseburger patty, salad, steamed green beans
S - Greek yogurt with agave nectar and almonds

What's on your plate today?
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Old 02-04-2008, 10:10 AM   #2
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I had today all planned out, then woke up late (due to dumb cat invading my son's room in the middle of the night), couldn't make eggs for breakfast and forgot my snacks. Sooooo. Here's the plan ATM.

Breakfast - breakfast cheesecake (as per forum recipe) coffee with cream , I really, really needed the caffeine
Snack - Diet coke (more caffeine. lol)
Lunch - Taco Bake (I remembered that), spinach
Snack - Emergency 100 calorie pack of almonds in purse
Dinner - Pot roast with carrots, celery, onions (in crockpot) Maybe 1/2 a WW English muffin
Snack - Yogurt
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Old 02-04-2008, 10:15 AM   #3
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today for me...

B- oatmeal with mixed berries & green tea
S- raw veggies & yogurt
L- l/o veggie stir fry
S- banana & clementine
D- black beans & rice
S- granola bar
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Old 02-04-2008, 10:20 AM   #4
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I am off whack because of superbowl, too. I forgot to make quiche cups yesterday, will do it tonight.

B-Dry 1/2 cup wheat and Bran biscuits
L- chicken salad-somewhere out to lunch
D-Lean cuisine-salmon new one I havent tried, husband can have leftover
chicken legs from yesterday
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B. breakfast cheesecake w/ fresh blueberries
S. none
L. eating out - hopefully a salad and/or lowfat soup of some kind
S. raw veggies w/ hummus
D. pork and pepper salad, steamed carrots
S. mocha ricotta creme
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Day 2 of Phase 1

B: half broccoli & cheddar frittata w/candian bacon, latte
S: skipped, late breakfast
L: chili and salad (leftovers from yesterday), half Coke zero
S: cheese stick, sugar free candy
D: balsamic pork tenderloin, lima beans, green beans (must go to store for fresh veggies!), cherry jello, iced tea
S: pepper strips, peanuts, sweet chamomille tea

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Breakfast - 2 scrambled eggs with green peppers
Snack - A gigantic wad of cauliflower - darn near half a head
Lunch - Some leftover pasta-less spinach lasagne & a side salad
Snack - Celery w/Light Laughing Cow swiss
Dinner - Baked chicken breast doused in Frank's hot sauce with a side of edamame w/ sesame and scallions
Snack/Dessert - SF Jello
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B-slept in quite late, so I missed it (too excited after the superbowl to sleep, so I went to sleep late!!)
L-leftover taco bake on a big salad
S-a small orange
D-seared/baked pork chop, roasted fennel/parsnips/carrots/onion/mushroom
& cottage cheese
S-sf fudgesickle
Lots of Iced Tea
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B: 1 egg scrambled with a veggie sausage patty and lots of green peppers, smothered in Hedgie's Salsa (extra chunky - yum); coffee!

L: 4 slices tofurkey; 2 c edamame

snack: 4 slices tofurkey rolled with a Laughing Cow wedge (I'm feeling a bit protein deprived)

dinner: lentil soup with lots of spinach & celery; tossed salad
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Old 02-05-2008, 08:51 AM   #10
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I am on phase 1

B-2 quiche cups wiht hot sauce, v8 and coffee
S-celery and red peppers with laughing cow
L-taco bake, romaine lettuce, sourcream, extra veggies like onions, red peppers, and such
S-milk
D-probably eating out after MK meeting....salad either chicken or steak depending onwhere we go eat.
D hot cocoa

Does this sound ok.
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Hey tammie, we both enjoyed the same breakfast this morning! Except I didn't have the V-8.

B. 2 veggie quiche cups w/hot sauce, 2 slices lite ww toast w/spritz of ICBINB
S. maybe piece of cheese if needed
L. pork & pepper salad over raw shredded cabbage
S. Greek yogurt w/ berries
D. 13 Bean soup
S. nsa fudgsicle w/ 2 T. ff Cool Whip
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My menu for the day:
B - 1/2 deviled egg, 2 turkey bacons, baked oatmeal with a smear of pb, coffee with milk
S - V8, celery with LCLC
L - zydeco soup, salad
S - latte, half a grapefruit
D - chicken leftovers, sauteed spinach, another veggie
S - Greek yogurt with agave nectar and almonds

Sounds a lot like yesterday, doesn't it?
Last night when I grocery shopped I picked up some of those sugar free pmint patties and pb cups. While I was waiting for DD to come out of dance class, I sampled a few. Very yummy, but I was playing the tuba all night long! The kids thought it was hysterical because, ya know, moms don't fart! I think I will have to enjoy these one at a time.

Tammie, I see dairy and beans, lots of veggies, and lean protein. Looks like you are doing great!

cottage, you've got 2 grain servings and one fruit. Is that a normal day for you? Is that your Ph2 combo?
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What is zydeco soup and agave nectar?
I love the peppermint patties. LOL I have found that if I am umm stopped up these do the trick!!!

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Agave nectar is a low glycemic sweetener. It's really yummy. I found out about it from the chicks here. You can find it in health food stores and online.
Zydeco soup is a recipe that PHinsUP recently posted in Ph1 soups and stews. I just tried it and it's very good!
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Hello ladies! I'm in Phase 2 for the second week.

B: Slim Fast Low Carb Chocolate Shake
S: Mozz stick
L: Salad
S: Almonds
D: who knows! Maybe a wrap with some FF turkey
S: SF Fudesicle
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