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I had a protein bar and a cup of black coffee as my last meal. mmm.

Probably about to eat a bunch of steamed veggies (I'm missing asparagus! :() atop a bed of glorious shirataki noodles and some spicy Cajun seasoning :D

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about to make myself a quesadilla... mmmm 

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@ , mmm, that sounds yummy. :P

 

last meal I ate was: spring rolls and samosas and for a treat, a bit of yummy b-day cake from my sister's birthday. :P yummmmy

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Eggplant Parmesan...

 

...and a slice of blueberry-strawberry-peach pie. A sign that I had to use the fruits and veggies before they went bad. ;)

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I had an Earl of Sandwich Original 1792! :lick: I never get the Earl, so I always have the hardest time deciding. I wish I could eat them all.. T_T

 

No sides, no desserts, no frills, unfortunately. And a water. Woo hoo! :lol:

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I had an Earl of Sandwich Original 1792! :lick: I never get the Earl, so I always have the hardest time deciding. I wish I could eat them all.. T_T

 

No sides, no desserts, no frills, unfortunately. And a water. Woo hoo! :lol:

That sounds soo much better than my 3am spaghetti I'm making at the moment (it was a toss up between that or minced chicken fingers :/ ) lol...  I'm not sure if we have those Earl places up here in Canada atm; sounds cool!

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That sounds soo much better than my 3am spaghetti I'm making at the moment (it was a toss up between that or minced chicken fingers :/ ) lol...  I'm not sure if we have those Earl places up here in Canada atm; sounds cool!

 

They are sooo good. Like, I didn't believe the hype until I ate there and it was magic. They have some amazing sandwiches. I checked for you, and it looks like the only current locations are in the US - and not very many states, either. :( Boo.

 

If you visit Arizona, California, Nevada, Texas, Florida, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, New York or Pennsylvania, keep an eye out for a shop! :lol:

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Cool!  I'm actually a distance education student through one of the Cal State campuses, so maybe I'll come across one when I do my trip down there this year for graduation and such :D

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My hubby and son are at a Boy Scout camp - so I had organic tortilla chips and spinach artichoke dip. I do plan to actually cook salmon and the dip tomorrow though. So excited I can make whatever I want for the next week though!

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