SuperFoods! How many did you eat today?

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  • Yes, my BIL and his family lived in Mansfield for about 30 years. Move to Maine about 4 years ago. We used to go to N. Attleboro all the time when I was a kid, through Mansfield. I grew up in Braintree.
  • Quote: Yes, my BIL and his family lived in Mansfield for about 30 years. Move to Maine about 4 years ago. We used to go to N. Attleboro all the time when I was a kid, through Mansfield. I grew up in Braintree.
    Wow.. what a small world..

    I didn't know anyone outside of North Attleboro knew North Attleboro. Mansfield for that matter either. Have to say Braintree is a new name to me. (I was a little kid you know.. ) But I can see where it is thanks to Mapquest. Very small world.
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    I didn't know anyone outside of North Attleboro knew North Attleboro. Mansfield for that matter either. Have to say Braintree is a new name to me.
    I have an aunt & uncle who lived in Cumberland, RI for ~25 years. N. Attleboro and Braintree both sound very familiar to me!

    My mom and aunt (the one above) grew up in Fall River.

    In fact, most of my family lives in southern New England. Wish I did, too .
  • Na, you don't want to live there now. It is soooo crowded! My sister still lives in Plymouth and DH's father is in Westwood, his sister in Wrentham, and her daughter in Foxboro, so we see a lot of family there. I get stress driving there, esp from the airport or anywhere around Boston. DH just flew there for his mother's funeral and flew in Providence, RI due to all the mess with the tunnels in Boston. We're going to BIL's in Maine for Thanksgiving, and flying into Boston, but fortunately we're going north.
  • How many today.. let's see (duplicates are in italics)......13

    steel-cut oats (that's a shocker )
    flax seed
    cranraisins
    soy milk

    pomegranate juice
    lotsa garlic, green onions, and onions in a pork neckbone soup
    rapini and garlic with olive oil
    couple cherry tomatoes

    millet (mixed with white sticky rice)
    plain yogurt with blueberries
    green tea

    All this talk about New England is making me hungry for a good old fashioned New England clam bake... with the pit and all.... hmmmmmmmmmmmm

    clams... that could be #14 if I had some....

    Edited to add: 111 degrees in Boston today.. um really .. I think I am glad I'm not there.
  • Do share your method for making that pork neckbone soup!!!

    Here in PA, it was over 100 degrees too!

    AAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH!

    I can't take this humidity anymore!!!!
  • Quote: Do share your method for making that pork neckbone soup!!!
    Sure.. I'll put it on the Asian Soup thread.

    It's funny that you ask for soup when it is hot outside. Actually, I've learned to eat hot soup when the weather it is hot... it actually feels refreshing.
  • This is everything I've eaten today. Superfoods are in blue (duplicates in purple)... a total of 9.. but not an overall good day of eating...

    millet with sticky rice and soymilk
    fresh orange juice
    a little pomegranate juice

    lots of water all day

    fresh pineapple
    then 2 pork ribs
    a spoonful of hummus
    a glass of wine
    a piece of dark chocolate

    mandu soup made with mung bean sprouts and cooked with with dduk (a rice flour product) and lots and lots of green onions