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    Quote Originally Posted by The Backroad Astronomer View Post
    Some tomato soup and a chicken sandwich.
    No tomato for me, I'm on a low fiber diet for my upcoming colonoscopy!
    Cum catapultae proscriptae erunt tum soli proscript catapultas habebunt.

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    Is tomato high on fiber?
    Gez, so what does low fiber diet entail? How long do you have to maintain it?

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    Ham, potatoes, turnip, green bean casserole, I think I saw a cheesecake down there too.
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    Whatcha Eatin?

    We’re not eating it yet but The Wife and I picked up a whole beef tenderloin on sale at our local warehouse store today. I cut and vacuum sealed six 6-oz steaks, a couple of small tip roasts, and a pound of chain meat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aikon View Post
    Is tomato high on fiber?
    Gez, so what does low fiber diet entail? How long do you have to maintain it?
    I'm done with that part, today has been clear liquids and heavy laxatives. Procedure tomorrow, followed by an indulgent meal.
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    burger and salad.
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    Corn on the cob potato wedges and ham.
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    A tomato and cucumber sandwich.
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    pre pop corn and party mix, mix.
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    A piece of this birthday cake, I thought I tool a better picture.
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    Some noodles with onion, green onion, corn, fiddleheads.
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    I had a sausage with onions and peppers and some sort of weird sauce for dinner yesterday. 18 hours later and I feel like I am still eating it. Gross.
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    I slow roasted a couple of chickens on the grill rotisserie today. The Wife was in charge of oven roasted cob corn, barbecue beans, coleslaw, and for dessert, a mandarin orange tapioca salad.
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    A bowl of peas and ham soup with crackers and a piece of cake.
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    A mock lobster sandwich.
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    roast beef and chow pickles.
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    chicken and rice and salad.
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    A lot of cold stuff since it has gotten to over 30 C.
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    A ham and cheese and some noodles, just having a rest and healing day,
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    a strawberry freezie aonly semi serious i am doing today is reading a short paper on exo-planets.
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    A blt.
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    Been asked to fore up the bbq to cook a few sausages for supper.
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    A been asked to fire up the bbq to cook some sausages.
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    Sunday breakfast: omelette with my smoked Sockeye salmon, cheese and sautéed onions; home fries fancified with Herbes de Provence; bacon; and an English muffin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PetersCreek View Post
    Sunday breakfast: omelette with my smoked Sockeye salmon, cheese and sautéed onions; home fries fancified with Herbes de Provence; bacon; and an English muffin.

    I had a bowl of, generic brand, cornflakes today. So paint me very envious - and now suddenly hungry!

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    Just some water and microwave popcorn,
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    Bacon and hash browns

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    A trip down to Staithes on the coast and lunch in the Royal George, Open sandwich of Smoked Salmon with a soft boiled egg split on top. Seeded Bloomer bread. Side salad and a pint of Theakstons XB.


    The George has just entered my top ten pubs at number three!

    Haven't been in there since the late 80s, I usually go to the Cod and Lobster when I go to Staithes but my allegiance has changed, their menu is first rate and their beer is perfection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PetersCreek View Post
    Sunday breakfast: omelette with my smoked Sockeye salmon, cheese and sautéed onions; home fries fancified with Herbes de Provence; bacon; and an English muffin.

    Bacon looks OK I suppose but your own smoked salmon sounds divine.

    I went through a 'Herbs de Provence' phase where I had to add a pinch to everything.. Thankfully that has abated.


    What is an 'English' Muffin?
    I see this name in a lot of USA food things but have never got a good description of what they think we have as a 'muffin'

    I don't think I have ever seen a muffin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by captain swoop View Post
    What is an 'English' Muffin?
    I see this name in a lot of USA food things but have never got a good description of what they think we have as a 'muffin'
    Here is the Wikipedia page on "muffin", distinguishing between a flatbread ("English") muffin and a quickbread ("U.S.") muffin.
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