Tried a recently-opened high-end burger place called Slater's 50/50, where their specialty is a half beef/half bacon patty. :eek: Had a regular burger (which was still huge, so it was shared) and shared part of a 50/50 one, plus a shared appetizer of onion rings and mac & cheese breaded balls. I am still full. Oh, and water in a glass to drink as my beverage.
Water, chips and taco dip.
After yesterday's let's-have-lunch-so-big-it'll-count-as-the-next-meal-too, tried a buffet. My first four plates all had different items I hadn't repeated (yet). Aside from the ubiquitous water to drink:
- soup (clam)
- chicken (strips, teriyaki [both marinaded and baked], Gen. Tso's, orange)
- veggies (corn, carrots [2 kinds], green beans)
- rice (Mexican, fried with ham [twice])
- refried beans
- meat loaf
- potatoes (mashed [once with chicken and once with brown gravy], fried, French fried, baked [quarter size])
- biscuit & country gravy
- pork chop
No dessert, as I was waddling out the door. Have eaten nothing since, and may never. :o
I had a Macaroni Salad and a serving of leftover vegetable medley with carrots, yellow carrots, broccoli and pea pods.
Roughly 1/4 of a sub, chips (sour cream and ranch), a granola bar and water. Not the best but it was free for coaches at the track meet I was at.
While it's too late for lunch today, if you have a Jersey Mike's sandwich shop, today's their charity day where they donate ONE-HUNDRED PERCENT of sales to your local groups (here it was Steven's Hope, a children's cancer fund raising group). :thumbsup: I bought a #13 sub for dinner. Apparently, the month of March has various donation opportunities there, too.
Salad, water, fruit parfait.
When you forget to check if there were enough slices of bread to make a sandwich (answer: zero slices means an unlikely sandwich), you take a packet of crackers with your banana. And an empty bottle to fill with water.
So you didn't even have water??! Crackers and a nanna? That doesn't sound the most filling meal to me.
Originally Posted by Bel-Cam Jos
I sponged off the taxpayer$ (hey, wait... I'M a taxpayer, too! :eek: ) and used the school's water fountain to fill my bottle! Was this "meal" filling? Not really. Was it sufficient? Sure, why not; whatever. ;)
Originally Posted by JimJamBonds