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 An ALL-DAY A V O I D-F E S T !!
Who let the dogs out? (20 votes)
24.69%
Leaving now, I can't have posts like this in my consciousness. (16 votes)
19.75%
This took me five minutes, it's what I eat every day... (13 votes)
16.05%
This is impossible (11 votes)
13.58%
This took me hours, and it was fun! (10 votes)
12.35%
This took me hours, but I did it (7 votes)
8.64%
Won't post a menu, but I'm looking forward to the nitpicking part. (4 votes)
4.94%
81 Votes Total Last vote Wednesday, December 19, 2012, 4:47pm by 25049
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CybrtoothTigress
Saturday, November 6, 2004, 4:06pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I took the easy way out 1st trip thru this line

Breakfast Sunny D Glug Glug straight from the plastic jug, ice cold from the fridge.  A bowl of nuked cream of wheat with butter and artificial sweetener, 2 slices of buttered toasted Wonder bread with orange marmalade.  Four slices of nuked bacon and 2 eggs scrambled in a Teflon pan that is peeling and chipping.

Mid morning snack Coca cola straight from the can with a snack bag of oreos.

Lunch.  Start off with an ice cold iced tea - can of chilli with kidney beans and  beef extra HOT and spicy (nuked to perfection)., saltine crackers and a grilled ham and American cheese sandwich of buttered white Wonder bread in of course grilled in a flakey Teflon pan.

Afternoon snack coca cola in the can and pork rinds with Tabasco.

Dinner Drink an ice cold buttermilk straight from the plastic jug (pipe dreaming here,  Ive never seen buttermilk in plastic, but its my artistic license so Im going for it) - coleslaw (your basic cabbage and mayo, vinegar and sugar) slather butter on an ear of corn, wrap in plastic wrap and nuke to just barely over doneness barbecued pork ribs (baked in a flaky teflon pan, covered with tin foil with a tomato based sauce... and an aluminum foil wrapped, baked potato with butter, sour cream and bacon bits.  Dont waste food . Eat it all up YUM.  Pass the Miller Beer Please of course in the crushable aluminum can.

Evening tv snack Pringles and beer




It is what it is so I'm dealing with it.

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heidi  -  Saturday, November 6, 2004, 5:20pm
spelling issue with 'grammar'      ;D     ;D     ;D    
heidi  -  Saturday, November 6, 2004, 4:07pm
grammer issue with scrambled eggs.
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Captain_Janeway
Saturday, November 6, 2004, 7:23pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Kyosha Nim
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Here goes:

Breakfast: 8:00 AM, 2 Aunt Jemima Pancakes with butter and maple syrup(not technically an avoid but sensitive to all sugars), 2 slices of REAL BACON, 1/2 cup fruit salad made with sliced honeydew and cantaloupe. 4 oz glass of OJ


Lunch: 12:00 PM, 6oz sirloin patty grilled medium and topped with melted cheddar and sauted silver dollar mushrooms, side of oven baked potato with jacket rolled in sunflower oil and sprinkled with white wheat flour, salt, and black pepper served with copious amount of Heinz ketchup. Diet Dr Pepper

Snack: 3:00 PM, handful of pistachio and cashew nuts

Dinner: 7:30 PM, boiled shrimp with cocktail sauce made with ketchup, tobasco, and worchestershire sauce, grilled shrimp and corn and raw cabbage with hidden valley ranch party dip. Diet Dr Pepper

Snack: 10:00 PM, piece of deer meat jerkey

Ok now, I want a critique


Rh Neg, Le(a+b-), NN, Fy(a-b+)

INTP/INTJ at work
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heidi
Saturday, November 6, 2004, 7:55pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Oh, so it has to be maple syrup, huh?  

YOU GOT SOMETHING AGAINST MAPLE-FLAVORED KARO???  


"Oh but I'm sensitive to all sugars...."    grrrrrrrrrrr..... there's that S-WORD cropping up!   PAH!  

{{{{{DONG!!}}}}}


YOU!!


DROP DOWN AND GIVE ME 25!!
 





on second thought, all in all, sounds mighty tasty.       {{smacks lips}}  Dr Pepper!  

Ya DID GOOD!!      

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Captain_Janeway
Saturday, November 6, 2004, 10:37pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Kyosha Nim
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fair enough, lets go for the corn syrup! oh and BTW, those were buttermilk pancakes.


Rh Neg, Le(a+b-), NN, Fy(a-b+)

INTP/INTJ at work
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CybrtoothTigress
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Heidi!! You are too much!  I thought you missed my post until I read the revision history!!  Way too funny!

Thanks for this wonderful thread.  It's been a blast!   Can't wait to see what you top it with  


It is what it is so I'm dealing with it.
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Aeowyn
Saturday, November 6, 2004, 11:29pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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This was so fun the first time, I'm doing it again.

Breakfast - 1 lb bag of Skittles and a 2 liter of Mountain Dew (for a morning kick start).

Snack - 2 Apple Fritters (Doughnut type pastry with sugary apple cinnamon goo) and a nice big glass of Milk.

Lunch - 2 Cheese dogs (Im not really sure about the ingredients in the dogs lets just say pork parts and fillers) with ketchup and mustard, fries (with lots of ketchup), bowl of bean soup (pork and navy beans), piece of corn bread and a Diet Coke

Snack - 1 lb bag of peanut m&n s with a Strawberry Milk Shake - I put some of the m&ns in the Milk Shake.

Dinner - Barbequed pulled pork with extra sauce, mashed potatoes make a hole in the mashed potatoes and fill it with corn and cauliflower and pour melted Velveeta cheese/milk mixture over all, buttermilk biscuits, 2 more Diet Cokes, and a nice big piece of cheese cake with graham cracker crust and caramel sauce.

Snack - potato skins (potatoes, cheese, bacon bits, sour cream), and a Mudslide (Vodka, Kahlua, Bailey's Irish Cream) - served over vanilla ice cream. Still talking to my friends, so I munch on popcorn and pretzels and have a couple Rusty Nails (Scotch, Drambuie, and Lemon peel) - make them doubles!

.... Sweat dreams.

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heidi  -  Saturday, November 6, 2004, 11:33pm
Lemon peel would be neutral - must remember to tell them to leave it out!
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jnj777
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I am new to the BTD so I will do my best (plus I haven't read all of the posts yet so please forgive any FP's).

Morning Snack- Oreo's dipped in ice cold WHOLE cow's milk
Breakfast- Hashbrowns with cheddar cheese fried in sasuage grease, pork sasuage, big glass of OJ with a couple of Dunkin Doughnuts thrown in.
Lunch- A ham sandwich (whole wheat bread) with mayo and Lay's ranch potato chips. Can of Pepsi.
Afternoon snack- Tomato, black olive and Monterey jack cheese salad with a nice oil (not oilve oil) and vinegar dressing.
Dinner- Scampi Damian (from Carrabba's-MMMMMMMM!), Baked potato with cheddar cheese and
margarine, and a nice cream based lobster soup.
Nightime snack-An orange and banana smoothie made with ice cream and cow's milk (or would that be a milkshake?)

Ok, Now I'm hungry!
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heidi
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{{searches diligently for a faux-pas...  scratches head ....  "raw recruit, there's GOTTA be something to nitpick here....." ... and... THERE ISN'T!!!}}



OK, all I can say is A BIG WELCOME TO THIS FINE NEWEST MEMBER of the A-SQUAD!!  

psstt...  all you old-timers around here, take a look at the form on this one.   Arrives IN UNIFORM.  FOLLOWS DIRECTIONS!!  {{aw heck no, Kristin, why would I be thinking of you??}}   Puts some of us to shame, don't it?    

Dunkin Donuts!   a Nice Cream-Based Lobster Soup!!  and a strong enough stomach to feel hungry after posting all that???    

WELL DONE!!!
 

*** and I should not pass on without mentioning:  great taste in threads for your first post!      

 





WELCOME J!!!  
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jnj777
Tuesday, November 9, 2004, 1:40pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Thank you Heidi!

But I have to give credit to my many years serving this great nation as a member of the UNITED STATES AIR FORCE/ AIR NATIONAL GUARD for my tremendous capacity for discipline.

BTW- It wasn't too awfully long ago that I actually did eat this way. But now I have seen the light and am changing my ways!
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heidi
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hey ...

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!    



Heidi
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heidi
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yoo-hoo...  newbies!  

You Are Not Exempt From Duty!!!  

Just think of all the possibilities...  

AND POST THEM!!      

 
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gulfcoastguy
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B to Bnonnie to Nomad, the journey continues
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Okay, I'll bite,

Breakfast: whole wheat pancakes with high fructose syrup, bacon extra crisp, grits with red eye gravy, dark roast columbian, and a glass of pomegranite juice

Midmorning flirtation: Little Debbie-nuff said

Lunch: Kung Pao Chicken, Hot and Sour Soup, Shrimp and Crab Lo Mein, Coke Classic

Afternoon Delight:Cool Ranch Doritos, peanuts in Coke Classic

Dinner: Glazed ham, French Fries, Black bean soup with sausage, corn bread, and Orange Cocanut Cake, Dos Equis

Bedtime snack: cinnamon toast

Be still my heart!
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Melissa_J
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Along these same lines, and not wanting to start a second food porn thread...

I'd like to know what you'd eat if you knew the end of the world would happen in one hour...

Here's me: 1 dozen krispy kreme donuts, washed down with this amazing chocolate milk from a nearby creamery.  Couple pieces of Chocolate-dipped cheesecake. Oyster po' boy sandwich, meatball sandwich, Pizzeria Uno pizza.

Now to figure out how to get to New Orleans for that sandwich and Vegas for that pizza with only one hour's time.  Then there's the problem of fitting it all in when gluten makes me instantly bloated.  Technicalities...Bah humbug!


Type O+ blogger, secretor afterall. Gluten intolerant. With two gluten intolerant sons:  A+ Secretor 10 yo (also fructose intolerant and slightly egg allergic), and  O- 7yo.
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Sarah_B
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Breakfast: bacon & eggs (the eggs are OK but the bacon is better with eggs) on wholemeal toast with butter; black tea with cow's milk.

Lunch: lobster thermidor.  Aperitif: amontillado sherry.  Drinks with: champagne (As should try to steer clear of fizzy drinks).  maybe a side dish or starter of black olives, roasted peppers & roasted aubergines.

Dinner: starter: moules marinieres with potato french fries (we call them chips over here and of course in the lands where moule marinieres are most eaten they are frites) with mayo.  More champers.  Main course: spaghetti bolognese plus paremsan cheese (yes I know, clash of cuisines here, French / Belgian starter and Italian main) with ciabatta bread on the side.   Red wine to drink, I know it is an A beneficial but I want it anyway.  More ciabatta or focaccia with a selection of cheeses, including brie, camembert & a blue cheese.  Rounding off with Vin Santo and a generous portion of cantuccini / biscotti to dunk in it.

Will this do?

I have not included a whole load of beverages as I have no desire whatever to drink sodas etc.  I would be drinking more black tea with cows milk throughout the day & maybe a cappucino with cows milk.
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What has amazed  me in this thread is how nearly everyone has gone for commercial junk foods rather than beloved "gourmet" stuff you can't have any more.

Is junk food all you used to eat pre BTD or is it just what you miss now?
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heidi
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Oh no no no no no no....  we don't care if you like eggs or red wine,

DONG!!   DONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

and where's yer snacks???

DONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

...  otherwise, hmmm...  Nice Job!!    


Of course, there are some few stellar examples of fancy fare through the thread...   but I suspect we have

SLACKERS


lurking among the fine upstanding members of THIS A-VOID TROOP, and they figure they can S-l-l-l-l-ide On By  with a quickie junk food menu.  

LISTEN UP!!  


If Sarah can post a real-food menu, YOU CAN, TOO!!    


giiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit   ON IT!!!!    


dismissed!!!    




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Given that the closest I have ever got to "Silver Service" was handing out the cutlery, I'll give this gourmet thing a shot.

To start the day the butler will bring me a warm wet face cloth to freshen my morning face, followed by a freshly squeezed brazilian orange juice. The oranges having been flown in on my private jet only this morning.

Breakfast will consist of smoked barracuda in a copper bean jus, with capers, leeks and black olives on a bed of genetically modified corn and sorghum cous cous.

My coffee will be made from the finest ethiopian bean hand picked by the local peasants. The 3 sugars and extra cream are befitting of my sweet nature.

After beating the servants for exercise and for their own good a hearty broth of thick black ale is required to quench my thirst and prepare me for lunch.

This will start with a crab and sweet corn soup heavily laden with sherry and cornflour, followed by baked honey(non-secretor) pork (freshly killed), oven baked bread, alfalfa sprouts, cauliflower and potatoes covered in a juniper and mustard relish served on the kneeling back of a local hippie.

The afternoon will consist of quaffing copious amounts of white wine and bollinger champagne in the presence of some comely wenches as I eat strawberry mouse off their nubile bodies.

Upon being carried in to the dining hall, appertifs will be served consisting of smoked octopus pate and cheese crackers with brandied blue cheese dip and rhubard sticks. The main course (cooked by my personal Indonesian chef) will be Serundeng with extra dessicated coconut and raw peanuts poured over the top of Sate Kambing (made from turtle instead of lamb) with a mixture of kidney, navy and tamarind beans tossed in a pistachio, poppy seed and cucumber salad. Dessert will be honeydew melon ice cream with rich chocolate sauce in the presence of afformentioned comely wenches.

Drunken debauchery shall prevail into the night with 12 year old scotch, tequila, and moet champagne in plentiful supply accompanied by toffee strawberries, creme caramel and biscotten torte.

In the quiet hours of the morning I shall indulge in a snifter of $1000 a glass port with a hand rolled cuban cigar (lit by the cuban himself) before retiring to my hand-made quail feathered bed.

Life is so hard on a limited budget don't you think.

Lord Aaron.


The only possessions which do not possess us are those which can be shared by all.

It also pays to wear a christmas hat.



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gee shouldnt be to hard as i am new to BTD and all is fairly fresh for me

Breakfast,2 store bought eggs fried in lard , whole wheat toast with butter,tall glass of OJ to wash it down

snack black tea and a bagle n cream cheese

lunch, thick scicilian style pizza with extra sauce ,peporoni, and bacon,a Mt dew

snack (antacid) and a bag of M&M's

dinner, alaskan king crab legs,clams casino,and crab cakes,reg pepsi

one hr later two benadryl to stop the hives
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Oh pizza....pizza pizza pizza

How could I forget that one.


Type O+ blogger, secretor afterall. Gluten intolerant. With two gluten intolerant sons:  A+ Secretor 10 yo (also fructose intolerant and slightly egg allergic), and  O- 7yo.
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