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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
Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 1:44pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I got this one down pat!  I used to be the drive thru queen.  I'm so good I can eat taco bell nachos and drive and not spill a drop of cheese!

Breakfast - McD's for hasbrowns and a suasage mcmuffin.  I know it has an egg on it, but I've had my 3 this week.  No coffee for me OH NO.... let's have an ice tea witt sugar substitute.  (Now I know I'm full of it... I never sweeten my tea)

Snack - Drive thru Taco Bell for some of those afore mentioned nachos and a coke.... the biggest one!

Lunch - Jack in the Box for a Ham Panido with fries and a coke.

Snack - Gosh, wished I'd thought of this in the morning, but too late, there's a Krispy Kreme - with a DRIVE THRU????  COOL!  How about a half dozen with some milk!

Dinner - Since the liter bag in the car is like stuffed full, I think I'll stop into Red Lobster for dinner.
  • Parrot Bay Coconut Shrimp
    Jumbo shrimp hand-dipped in coconut batter, flavored with Captain Morgan's Parrot Bay rum, lightly fried and served with a Piña Colada sauce.
  • Mix and Match Shrimp Combo
    Pick any two or three. Fried, Scampi, Lemon-Pepper or Popcorn Shrimp.  You pick, I like them all!
  • RL's website don't show sides so I'll have some coleslaw and french fries please.
  • Bananas Foster Cheesecake
    Garnished with a toffee almond crisp and chocolate-colada sauce.
  • All washed down with Long Island Ice Tea.


Time to go hang out in the bar for a while and have an Amaretto....  Had to drive to next county to find one with a smoking section.  

Long Long Drive home.... getting hungry.... (yeah right)  After scratching my head and pondering all my options.... there's an exit coming up with Golden Arches.... WOOOOOHOOOOO how about some Dippin Dots for a nightcap!!

Sure am glad I didn't have to cook!  Thanks Heidi


It is what it is so I'm dealing with it.
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EquiPro
Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 1:58pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Quoted from cherylhcmba, posted Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 4:54am at here


A little skimpy on the snackage, but bonus points for the quality fast food links!  Talk about food porn, is this legal?  Nice follow through with the dim sum too.



yea, but the portions of all of this stuff are  HUGE.  I'd be waddling after just ONE of the meals.  Besides, if you read the HOT TRUCK, you can choose the NORTH BAKER, which puts sour cream & onion potato chips IN the sub, or add onion rings to any item.  mmmmmmmmm......


FRESH START TODAY!!!
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heidi
Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 2:14pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Quoted from Alia_Vo, posted Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 3:57am at here
Heidi,

I need to change my poll answer from "This took me five minutes, it's what I eat everyday..."

to

"This took me hours, and it was fun" (more like twenty minutes, but this answer fits the bill)

I misread your original post, because I was multi-tasking.  I thought we were supposed to post an ideal day w/o any AVOIDS.  


Well, first poll I've done so I learned a few things.  Once it's posted, we can't change any of its features.   However, I'll send a VoteBot in here to enter votes for anyone who would like to choose a different one, or MORE options ( something I neglected to mention -- in this one, you can chose two, three, right up to all of them if you like.   )  

AND CAR!!   I SAW THAT THOUGHT!!   No, you may NOT divert my VoteBot to FLORIDA!!   {{yeah, I know, you should have thought of that one four years ago, oh well.   }}    

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DaMama
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ok,   might as well make my first post ever on this board a good one

breakfast: hashbrowns smothered with chedar cheese and diced ham, topped with a dollop of sour cream.  drink: black coffee.

mid morning snack : peanut butter crackers

lunch:  ham and american cheese sandwich on whole wheat bread  with fritos on the side.  drink: pepsi

afternoon snack:  couple of hands full of cashews

dinner:  pork chops, baked potato with sour cream, corn.   drink: big glass of iced tea (black)

desert: nice bowl of cantaloup melon

So how'd I do for my first post?
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Cheryl_O_Blogger
Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 4:42pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Quoted from DaMama, posted Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 4:04pm at here
ok,   might as well make my first post ever on this board a good one

breakfast: hashbrowns smothered with chedar cheese and diced ham, topped with a dollop of sour cream.  drink: black coffee.

mid morning snack : peanut butter crackers

lunch:  ham and american cheese sandwich on whole wheat bread  with fritos on the side.  drink: pepsi

afternoon snack:  couple of hands full of cashews

dinner:  pork chops, baked potato with sour cream, corn.   drink: big glass of iced tea (black)

desert: nice bowl of cantaloup melon

So how'd I do for my first post?


You DaMama, but I can't comment on the quality of your badness until you go to the member center and select the avatar that will let us know your blood type.



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Brighid45
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Okay, so I voted that I wouldn't post my menu but would nitpick. I lied. I'll post my menu and leave the nitpicking to the judges. Sue me.   All I'll say is SOME of us are veering dangerously close to being Health Freaks, and leave it at that. (Cybrtooth--RED LOBSTER??? They serve FISH and SEAFOOD in there! Way too healthy!)

Breakfast: two big crusty bagels slathered with cream cheese and lox (none of that nova junk! bring on the salt!), a Tastykake pie, and a diet Coke.

Mid-morning: Chocolate cream Oreos and a diet Coke

Lunch: cheesesteak with sauce and extra provolone on an Amoroso roll, with a double order of fries and a diet Coke (and half an hour later, antacids to counter the fries)

Early-afternoon snack: Tastykake butterscotch cakes and a diet Coke

Mid-afternoon snack: Ruffles potato chips and a fresh diet Coke

Late-afternoon snack: Strawberry frosted Pop-Tarts with I Can't Believe It's Not Butter and more diet Coke

Supper: roast loin of pork glazed with cider and served with already-sweetened applesauce, mashed potatoes, Pillsbury crescent rolls with margarine, and Stove-top stuffing; Breyer's chocolate ice cream with Hershey's syrup over a box-mix brownie with cashews, and a diet Coke

(And the sad thing is, this is pretty typical of what I used to eat. Now I look at this wilderness of starch and wheat lectins and wonder how on earth I've made it to 45 years old *lol*!! Btw, the diet Cokes are so you don't get too much sugar *snort*)



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ok Cheryl, I got my avatar up there now...so how bad am I?  
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Quoted from Brighid45, posted Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 6:09pm at here


(Cybrtooth--RED LOBSTER??? They serve FISH and SEAFOOD in there! Way too healthy!)


Bite your tongue!!  I think all restaurants need a placard on the door cautioning Type A's to enter at own risk... you know like the ones they have for pacemakers?  My selections from Red Lobster are going to give me nightmares for sure!  Coconut Shrimp Indeed!  


It is what it is so I'm dealing with it.
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Breakfast - a big bowl of cream of wheat sweetened with syrup and drenched in half-and-half.  Beverage of choice - a large glass of orange juice!

Lunch - a heavenly toasted sandwich.  Whole wheat bread smothered with bacon and avacado.  Beverage- a large blackberry latte with additional whipped cream.

Dinner - Baken ham, mashed potatoes, veggie tray with slices of cucumber, cauliflower, olives,and button mushroomks.  For dessert, a large slice of rhubarb pie!  Beverage - a cold, glass of milk.

The after dinner beverage; a large glass of kaluha and cream.

Snacks of the day comprised of yogurt and sweetened coconut; a bagel with cream cheese, and a large bag of popcorn!


The first step toward success is taken when you refuse to be a captive of the environment in which you first find yourself. Good health to you & yours.

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Ooooh, there is one wheat avoid at Red Lobster that could make even the most compliant O give in to that evil temptress, the artist formerly known as DIVING RIGHT IN.  Of course, you all have no doubt already figured out that I'm talking about the

CHEDDAR CHEESE BISCUITS


How did I ever even learn of these things?  From some old discussion on the old board, full of O's pining away for these things.  Well, at some point long after that, I was in Red Lobster for the first time ever and it must have been during my haitus from the BTD because I tried the muffins or biscuits or whatever they are and OMG, OMG!  Nirvana!  They are the only thing good in that den of poor quality junk, if one asks me (which one did not).  Not a Red Lobster fan, but I definitely think those cheddar cheese biscuits need to be added to the Avoidfest Cavalcade-O-Fun Menu, fer shuur.  If one is going to cheat with wheat, one had better make sure it is WORTH it, and those muffins/biscuits/whatever-they-are are worth it.  I mean, IF one is going to go haywire.  Personally, they are NOT worth it to me, but I'm just saying IF one were h*ll bent on eating wheat, they would be the way to go.


"If you are on one of Dr. D's diets and it isn't joyful, you aren't doing it right." - moi

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Quoted from DaMama, posted Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 8:10pm at here
ok Cheryl, I got my avatar up there now...so how bad am I?  


You're not just bad, but really really baad...and I like it.


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Breakfast
Milk Chocolate, pistachio, Red Orange juice, white bread and butter and
plenty of brown sugar.

Snack
Banana fried in palm or coconut margarine .

Lunch
lobster with bluecheese, parma ham and capers
King size primerib (a pound of beef) with poatoes butter and sauercraut (coleslaw)
Savarin a l'Orange

Snack
fresh cream icecream and  bourbon

Dinner
mini frankfurters and chips
Shrimps with chili
Wheat pasta  with clams and mussels
Sole Meuniere,Tomatoes eggplant and Bell peppers with black olives
plateau de fromages
Pandoro (a cake made of wheat flour, butter, sugar and egg) with whipped cream

This A will take two day vacation to digest everything and swears  not to eat anymore of these items forever.


INTJ Italy celiac��
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Okay, Cybrtooth--my bad. I can't see the avatars when I reply, and for some reason I thought you were an O. *ducks to miss the roundhouse punch*

Car54--eeeeeeeeevil person! How DARE you remind me of those darn yummy cheddar cheese biscuits! The one time I ever went to Red Lobster, they were the only thing I thought it was safe for me to eat (I have severe reactions to shellfish and have to limit my intake of ocean fish). Five years later, all I can say to THAT mistaken idea is HA! HA! I'd have been better off eating the menu!

DaMama . . . you do good food porn. What are you eating right now?




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DaMama!!  You da GIRL, my babe!!!    Stepped right in and marched along with these clearly insane strangers in their weird outfits.  Even jumped right into your own weird outfit.   Got any more newbies where you're from?    

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hey cybr... look...  :   **POP**!!!  {{  I nailed B45 for you, a good one, too.    stealth works!!   }}

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Maria Giovanna...       House party?   Or were those three days' worth of BLD?  Gonna give you the benefit of the doubt here on Rule # whatever it was, mostly because of the Savarain a l'orange!!  spectacular, WELL DONE!!  

Everyone's shaping up GREAT!   Highlights:

northernstars' blackberry latte....
Brighid45's butterscotch tasty cakes... just for that, we'll get the VoteBot to leave your nitpick choice to Vicki and choose 1 4 U!!  (gotta keep that data clean, so that Cheryl can do the statistical analysis, right C?)  

jj:  Kix!!
Dorothy...  rum raisin ice cream, OH yeah!  


however:   CAR!!!  FRONT & CENTER!!     HI!  no putting that _neutral unmentionalble_ in ALL CAPS, it gives fresh recruits the WRONG IDEA!!  :: wags finger like Oprah in Car's general direction::    

gotta say that Red Lobster flaky biscuity cheese dingus makes up for it, though.  

and um... Alia....   {{{DONG!!}}}  SHAKE THAT RICE OUTTA YOUR MENU, SOLDIER!!!        

Well, we're rolling right along, rolling right along here.  

Just one more thing.

AARON!  Where's all the rest of your Squadron des Hommes?  Hmm?    With the exception of your good self, right now it's lookin like When The Going Gets Tough, The WOMEN Get Going.    Whistle up a few of those laggards, eh?  

yaman, it's not that I forgot ye -- it's that the JAG is still out on what the heck your menu was.....    




 


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it's SavarIn not Savarain.  humph whose putting typos in.  Must need a snak, littel Lagavulin 'n onea them reLoster chedry biksit thingyssss...
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 This is way too much fun!

Breakfast:  Coffee with soy milk and sugar.
                 Corn Flakes with sugar and soy milk.
                 Pork sausage and home fries.

Lunch:         Peanut butter and starfruit jelly on White Wonder Bread sandwich.
                  Actually, I will eat two of them - they go down so easy!
                  Ranch flavored Doritos
                  Iced tea with sugar.

Snack:        Pomegranate (man, I used to love these things!)

Dinner:        Black bean compote (black beans in brown sugar and bacon sprinkled
                  on top)
                  Southern Fried Chicken with corn bread and gravy
                  Potato salad (potatoes, Miracle Whip, pickles, olives and  
                  radishes)
                  Big basket of whole grain rolls fresh from the oven with a tub of I Can't
                  Believe it's not Butter on the side.
                 

Dessert:      Pistachio ice cream
                 

Did I pass Mom?


OUCH!!   My dogma was just run over by my karma!
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this is insane but here goes:

breakfast:  2 slices whole wheat toast with orange marmalade, cow's milk
morning snack: cream filled long-john (donut) from my favorite bakery & a diet pepsi
lunch:  left-over sausage/pepperoni pizza with pizza sauce, montery jack & provalone cheese, a can of butter beans (lima) & a can of orange pop
afternoon snack: Potato Chips & chip dip, Mountain Dew
Dinner:  Pork spare ribs in BBQ sauce, baked potato with cheddar cheese, sweet potatoes smothered in butter, large glass of chocolate milk
bedtime snack:  yesterday's coctail shrimp & a 7&7 (where's the Pepto Bismol?)

by the way, I have a recipe for Spelt flour biscuits that are similar to those Red Lobster biscuits if anyone wants it, PM me.



~jill~A+ + O+ = 2 O-'s!!!
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Quoted from heidi, posted Monday, November 1, 2004, 8:46pm at here

ALIA VO.....  WHERE ARE THE AVOIDS IN YOUR MENU????   BACK TO BOOT CAMP FOR YOU!!!


Heidi,

This one's for you.  Here's my revamped 'AVOID' menu:

Day Two:

Breakfast: Wheat bran waffles topped with sliced bananas, chopped cashews, and creme fraishe; a cup of orange juice

Snack: Wheat crackers spread with warm brie cheese and black olives; a cup of Kahlua coffee

Lunch: Shrimp pad thai with coconut milk, and raw mango salad sprinkled with red pepper flakes; a papaya bubble tea

Snack: Trail mix of dried coconut flakes, brazil nuts, and sliced plantains (containing coconut oil and corn syrup); a chai latte with cow's milk and a shot of hazelnut syrup

Dinner: Roasted duck, petit red potatoes with Beluga cavier, and pickled purple cabbage; a Cosmopolitan

Snack: A bowl of pistachio sherbet; a glass of seltzer

Nightcap: Bepto Bismal and one Tylenol


Alia A. Vo
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BTD Lifestyle Since 1999
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...Linda.

In this context, you will ask, "SIR! Did I Do OK, Mom, SIR!!!"  



{{slaps palm a few times with swaggerstick}}

Starfruit jelly.  Ranch Flavored Doritos.    

{{nods.  actually Smiles.}}

GRACE UNDER FIRE!!  you are hereby promoted to Lieutenant!!!    



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ALIA VO!   Kahlua Coffee for a morning snack and petits rouges with CAVIAR?  



YYYYESSSS!!


You type As are toughening up well ahead of schedule!

I am PROUD to lead you fighting tigers into battle!!  
 




oh, and Jill... I SAW THAT!  spelt you say?  Do you really want to talk Mutiny here?     WATCH YOUR STEP, RECRUIT!!  
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SIR I APOLOGIZE FOR SMARTING OFF TO CYBRTOOTH SIR!!!

*rubs sore jaw ruefully, watching General Mayhem--ah, I mean Admin Heidi swagger off to inspect new recruits*



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Quoted from heidi, posted Tuesday, November 2, 2004, 10:30pm at here

yaman, it's not that I forgot ye -- it's that the JAG is still out on what the heck your menu was.....    


Cocky, Lola, please come and testify for me that my list was full of avoids! and seductively delicious too



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hi Yaman,
May I do this for you,toooooooooooo?!
You wrote a great menu, but I think that rake is ok-no?!
B.r. ISA-M.
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Thanks Isa, be my guest please!

Raki is a distilled liqour, it's the same thing as ouzo of the Greeks and arack of the Arabs. All distilled liqours are avoids for O secs.

Well, raki can be lesser of the other evils for it is distilled from grape alcohol and not from grain alcohol

cheers,
Yaman


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Private Parts reporting for duty SIR.

I do not know SIR, why my squadron les hommes do not input their avoid menu's SIR. I can only suggest SIR, that they are too busy actually eating their menu choices SIR than actually writing them down SIR.

May I be dismissed SIR, I have a fried frogs leg sandwich on white bread with mustard and pickle relish going cold in the car SIR.

Aaron (aka Private Parts)



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It also pays to wear a christmas hat.



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Hi Yaman,
super- but also perhaps a question of how many liters?per day or hour?!
51 or better said Pastis or Pernod (the chemical one-beurx-beurx)
it's really long ago.............................. but raki on ice-lecker-lecker
Amicalement yours ISA-M.
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Quoted from azzap, posted Wednesday, November 3, 2004, 10:16am at here
Private Parts reporting for duty SIR.

I do not know SIR, why my squadron les hommes do not input their avoid menu's SIR. I can only suggest SIR, that they are too busy actually eating their menu choices SIR than actually writing them down SIR.


Hey you ANZAC!

What do you think I've been doing up here keeping the the castle for the "man"kind.

cheers mate,
Yaman



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