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Yael Grauer
02-06-2008, 06:33 AM
2 omega-3 rich eggs scrambled with leftover chicken and an avocado.

rating: oh so good. and the whole just heating up part helps with my morning impatience!

sarena kopciel
02-06-2008, 10:04 AM
3 omega 3 eggs with napa cabbage and brocolli slaw with tehina and flax seed. Then coconut milk with choc hemp pwdr
Rating:Whats up with me being starving lately!

Yuen Sohn
02-06-2008, 06:31 PM
Stale French toast (leftovers from a breakfast meeting I stumbled upon)...extremely dry, but free, and therefore, delicious.
Mixed berries

Rating: A long road ahead of us.
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2051/2247895048_cca05517d1_o.jpg

Allen Yeh
02-07-2008, 04:10 AM
Yerba Mate

Rating: I'm thinking of NOT IF'ing today.

sarena kopciel
02-07-2008, 10:30 AM
coconut oil sauteed onion,garlic, bison and collards with tehina!

Rating: Gotta love me some meat!

Yael Grauer
02-08-2008, 07:08 AM
scrambled eggs and avocado, with a teeny bit of leftover chicken

rating: not as good as the chickpea chicken from last night

Allen Yeh
02-08-2008, 07:10 AM
Leftover chinese food from last night - chicken + cabbage + red peppers and pork meatballs + assorted veggies.

Rating: Happy Chinese New Year everyone!

Yael Grauer
02-08-2008, 08:18 AM
Rating: Happy Chinese New Year everyone!

It's the Year of the Rat!!

Ben Blosch
02-08-2008, 09:25 AM
Leftover pork tenderloin and sweet potato wedges. It's my girlfriend's birthday so, some leftover cake and cookies also.

Rating: The carb explosion at breakfast this morning has manifested itself into a fart explosion in my cube today.

John Alston
02-11-2008, 06:21 AM
Pre lunch preview of turkey spinach coconut milk goop.
Protein shake. Fibre drink. A kiwi with skin on. Some supps.

Rating: Sore. Lift more. Time to get it going.

sarena kopciel
02-11-2008, 06:36 AM
Broccoli and sardines with flax seeds. Coconut milk with cocoa and strawberries.
Rating--Who can even dream of these food combos

Yuen Sohn
02-12-2008, 07:23 PM
An inadvertent, intermittent fast.

Just coffee.

Rating: Sportin' my freshly dry-cleaned pants today. Not so fresh after today's storm, though. It figures. I should probably check the forecast every once in a while.

John Alston
02-13-2008, 06:28 AM
Some crap.

Rating: Really, I just want to bitch about this weather. And how I need to get some effin' office pants so I can slip out of these wet clothes.

Yael Grauer
02-13-2008, 07:50 AM
Leftover steak.

Rating: I am wearing jeans for the first time in years today! This is a little scary.

Yael Grauer
02-15-2008, 08:42 AM
Leftover brownies
Rating: mmmm, chocolate!

sarena kopciel
02-15-2008, 09:20 AM
Bison burger, coconut milk w/ berries

Rating: Damn cable is down, need WIFI at home (at library doesnt cut it)

Yuen Sohn
02-15-2008, 12:28 PM
A large sirloin steak
1 avocado that was a little past her prime
1 cup of Satan's urine

Rating: A heaping dose of drama-free fitness

Yael Grauer
02-18-2008, 07:17 AM
two omega-3 eggs
some breakfast chicken sausage links
zucchini

rating: i liked the apple chicken sausage better

sarena kopciel
02-18-2008, 09:03 AM
2 hard boiled eggs sprinkled with some ground fenugreek and milk thistle seeds
sauteed some scallions in coconut oil
1/2 pear

Rating: Lets not forget the coffee!

John Alston
02-20-2008, 07:10 AM
Deli chicken, an egg, berries, orange, plantains, coffee.

Rating: One does of nitic oxide booster, one dose of SURGE, one spoonful of micronized GERMAN creatine.

Derek Simonds
02-20-2008, 07:48 AM
Piece of Toast heavily slathered in butter
2 eggs very lightly cooked sunnyside up
sprinkle of cheese

Rating: Eating the toast to help with my meds. My poor stomach is in dire straits after 18 days of antibiotics. :mad:

Allen Yeh
02-20-2008, 08:46 AM
TJ's breakfast chicken sausages
strawberries
coffee + honey (I know I'm a pussy, it's the only way I can stomach coffee with no heavy cream.)

Rating: All smoothie diet here Laurie and I come.....It's a mix between the Velocity Diet and the smoothie diet (minus the fruit juices and fruits).

Yael Grauer
02-20-2008, 04:45 PM
I had a breakfast smoothie too!
One cup raw milk, two raw freerange eggs, 1 banana, 1 tbsp Berrygreens = 2 cups of delicious smoothie.

Rating: mmm, mmm good

sarena kopciel
02-20-2008, 08:08 PM
Homemade eggsalad with homemade mayo and tehina, and some leftover roasted cauliflower and zucchini

Rating: scrambled are better! Ditch the squash!

John Alston
02-21-2008, 06:15 AM
2/21
3 links of Trader Joe's Breakfast Sausage (~21g protein)
I scoop ProBlend 55 (~27.5)
some frozen berries nuked in coconut milk
1 heaping teaspoon of almond butter
Supps

Rating: A perfect 60kg squat snatch.

Allen Yeh
02-21-2008, 07:55 AM
1 scoop Chocolate metabolic drive + 1 scoop vanilla + 2 tbsp's milled flax + 1 cup of coffee + a dash of cinnamon on top

and

1 hot-rox (anyone else get nauseous on these?)

Rating: Too thick didn't add enough liquid on top of the coffee.

Yuen Sohn
02-22-2008, 06:18 AM
2 eggs, sunnyside up
numerous strips of crispy, oily delicious bacon
fresh strawberries
fresh pineapple
plain yogurt
coffee

rating: the massive dirty laundry pile in my apartment is beginning to emit low-level radiation.

John Alston
02-22-2008, 06:28 AM
2/21
3 links of Trader Joe's Breakfast Sausage (~21g protein)
I scoop ProBlend 55 (~27.5)
some frozen berries nuked in coconut milk
1 heaping teaspoon of almond butter
Supps


But with only 2 links today, and no almond butter.

Rating: Somewhere between a thumbless reverse curl done while looking in the mirror and a dumbell triceps kick-back.

John Alston
02-22-2008, 06:28 AM
1 scoop Chocolate metabolic drive + 1 scoop vanilla + 2 tbsp's milled flax + 1 cup of coffee + a dash of cinnamon on top

and

1 hot-rox (anyone else get nauseous on these?)

Rating: Too thick didn't add enough liquid on top of the coffee.

Do HotRox have Yohimbe in them? Or some wacky herbs like that?

Allen Yeh
02-22-2008, 06:32 AM
Do HotRox have Yohimbe in them? Or some wacky herbs like that?

Yes and other stuff I don't even recognize.

Yuen Sohn
02-23-2008, 02:55 PM
A few slices of smoked salmon
A spoonful of walnut butter
Almost a mouthful of broken teeth

Rating: Holy focking sh!t!! That floor was slippery this morning!!!

Yuen Sohn
02-24-2008, 11:45 AM
half a package of smoked salmon
a mound of baby spinach with olive oil
some Muenster cheese
walnut butter

Rating: Too lazy to cook. And get some new socks, ya bum!

Yael Grauer
02-24-2008, 12:13 PM
leftover half of a build-your-own salad, which had field greens, chicken strips, almonds, dried cranberries, mandarin oranges and a bit too much balsamic vinagrette
rating: it is nice to be eating solid food again

Yuen Sohn
02-25-2008, 08:46 PM
2 eggs, sunnyside up
bacon
yogurt
fresh strawberries
fresh pineapple
coffee (black and no sugar, of course)

Rating: A concentration curl with a kiss at the top

Yael Grauer
02-27-2008, 07:42 AM
chicken soup cooked last night again
some kimchee (mmm, probiotics)

rating: looked better than cold ground beef which i guess i'll (gulp) microwave for lunch

Allen Yeh
02-27-2008, 07:56 AM
Vdiet day 7
More shakes

Rating: I miss crunchy stuff.

John Alston
02-27-2008, 07:59 AM
Berries and avocado.
Protein shake.

Rating: Weak. Worthless. When's the last time you made a new PR? How long you gonna be sick for? Gonna miss the Sablo, huh? Gonna miss the CT meet in April, too? Crap, you'll miss the CT open in August, you pussy! You'll lose to that long haired goateed hoser again! Will you ever snatch 100? Break 90? You need to seriously get it together, you waste of protein, waste of tendon, waste of iron. You make me sick.

sarena kopciel
02-27-2008, 09:05 AM
Leftover greens w/ tehina, flax and other seeds
2 whole Omega eggs and 1 white w/ 1/2 avocado
coffee and cocoa (unsweetened)

Rating: Jet Lag sucks but at least I can cook for myself again!!

Yuen Sohn
02-27-2008, 05:36 PM
Complimentary breakfast:
scrambled eggs
sausage of enormous girth
gigantic strips of bacon
French toast of epic proportions
strawberries and pineapple
yogurt
sliced almonds
coffee
orange juice

Rating: A good showing at the breakfast buffet. Not All-Star, MVP calibre, but then again, I'm not in top form. I'm officially ill now. I sensed it coming a few days ago, but the deadlines and all-day meetings were mandatory and there was nothing I could do.

Allen Yeh
02-28-2008, 03:53 AM
2 Hot rox on an empty stomach
vanilla + flax seed shake 1/2 hour later

Rating: I think I need to stop posting in the breakfast thread as reading Yoon's breakfast is making me salivate. Pavlov's dog anyone?

sarena kopciel
02-28-2008, 04:55 AM
leftover grilled salmon and roasted asparagus and cauliflower (in evo and coconut oil) with asst seeds (milk thistle, flax, hemp and fenugreek).
coffee

Rating: Lift heavy day!!

sarena kopciel
02-28-2008, 04:56 AM
leftover grilled salmon and pan roasted asparagus and cauliflower (in evo and coconut oil) with ground seed topping (flax, hemp, fenugreek and milk thistle)
coffee

rating: lift heavy day!!

John Alston
02-28-2008, 06:13 AM
Blackberries in coconut milk, protein shake, EmergenC in OJ, supps

Rating: Weak. Disgusting. Pathetic.
God you make me sick.

Yael Grauer
02-28-2008, 08:17 AM
1 cup unsweetened chocolate almond milk, half a bag of blueberries, Berrygreens, 2 raw eggs.
Rating: Could barely finish half of it and got really hungry less than 2 hours later. :(

Yuen Sohn
02-28-2008, 02:51 PM
Rating: I think I need to stop posting in the breakfast thread as reading Yoon's breakfast is making me salivate. Pavlov's dog anyone?
Don't worry, I won't be having another breakfast like that in a while. Actually, I ate nothing today, but did manage to generate massive amounts of custard-like phlegm.

Rating: Eggdrop soup anyone?

Allen Yeh
02-29-2008, 02:39 AM
Don't worry, I won't be having another breakfast like that in a while. Actually, I ate nothing today, but did manage to generate massive amounts of custard-like phlegm.

Rating: Eggdrop soup anyone?

Oh sweet....mmmm egg drop...that should be allowed right since it's not technically a solid meal?

John Alston
02-29-2008, 06:29 AM
Organce juice with an emergenC, some supps, then at work:
coffee, berries and coconut milk, different protein shake, more supps..

Rating: what, are you a broken record? John and repeat eat the same effin breakfast everyday. John's a puss. Who's left?

Yuen Sohn
02-29-2008, 06:47 PM
2 eggs with the sunnyside down
bacon
a dollop of yogurt
pineapple chunks
strawberries
coffee

Rating (revised): Somebody shoot a nail through my skull if I ever again have to stand in line behind some nitwit gushing about how much he spent on his Ferragamo loafers. Get over yourself! You're in line at Chipotle for cryin' out loud!

Yuen Sohn
02-29-2008, 07:30 PM
Oh sweet....mmmm egg drop...that should be allowed right since it's not technically a solid meal?

Actually, what I meant was that the sight of all my phlegm, floating in the toilet, reminded me of the morsels of egg in the aforementioned soup.

Still hungry???:D

John Alston
03-02-2008, 06:26 AM
Eggs, turkey, cheese, spinach

Rating: Who are you fooling?

sarena kopciel
03-02-2008, 07:09 AM
frozen broccoli with leftover grilled salmon in coconut oil w/ scallions and flaxseeds

Rating: Gotta rethink that am broccoli

Yael Grauer
03-02-2008, 05:09 PM
eggs with onion, portabella shrooms, spinach...
rating: yum

Allen Yeh
03-03-2008, 03:53 AM
2 Hot-Rox +
Banana shake + 2 tbsp's milled flax (half hour later)

Rating: I miss eggs.

Yael Grauer
03-04-2008, 09:01 AM
Two eggs scrambled (in coconut oil) with onions, green peppers and some turkey ham.

Rating: I dig lunch meat in eggs; should've thought of that earlier. Also I picked out most of the green peppers. Maybe I am more paleo than I thought.

Yuen Sohn
03-04-2008, 06:20 PM
Just a few cups of tea.

I was looking forward to an egg-stravaganza this morning but was stricken with nausea and vomitting last night, culminating at 4:00AM with violent dry heaves and a chilly, out-of-body experience.

Rating:
An Olympic vegetable weightlifter (http://flickr.com/photos/ms-mac/222834642/)

sarena kopciel
03-05-2008, 04:25 AM
Just a few cups of tea.

I was looking forward to an egg-stravaganza this morning but was stricken with nausea and vomitting last night, culminating at 4:00AM with violent dry heaves and a chilly, out-of-body experience.

Rating:
An Olympic vegetable weightlifter (http://flickr.com/photos/ms-mac/222834642/)

Great photo! Sorry about the heaves!!

John Alston
03-05-2008, 07:21 AM
Pork chop, blueberries in coconut milk.

Rating: There is a weight pressing you down. Can you feel it? Of course you can. It's not very heavy, but for you it is, because you lack strength. You lack power. Can you toss this weight from you? Can you cast it and everything else that burdens you aside?
Go count some blocks, weakling.

sarena kopciel
03-05-2008, 08:45 AM
Leftover turkey baked turkey breast meatballs (no nightshades) and roasted brussel sprouts.
COFFEE

Rating: wasnt into food this morning. shouldve skipped it

John Alston
03-06-2008, 07:30 AM
Coffee.

Rating: black, like the abyss of death awaiting all of us at the end of our journeys.

sarena kopciel
03-06-2008, 09:38 AM
2 hardboiled eggs with 1/2 an avocado
I think like 3 cups black coffee

Rating: trying to drop the carbs in am pre-lifting

Yuen Sohn
03-06-2008, 04:34 PM
Just a cup of devil's pee from the machine at work.

Rating: What happened to Elliot??

John Alston
03-07-2008, 06:36 AM
More blackwater (but good version)

Rating: You can't kill The Metal.

sarena kopciel
03-07-2008, 10:36 AM
coffee, yerba mate
1 hard boiled egg/1 white with 1/3 avocado
Trying this lite am meals before lifting!!

Rating: its getting to be a lot closer to IFing again!

sarena kopciel
03-09-2008, 06:43 AM
Fried whole omega egg +2 whites in coconut oil w/ avocado and flax seeds
coffee and yerba mate

Rating: Getting easier to skip the carbs in am!

Yuen Sohn
03-09-2008, 11:48 AM
2 burritos -- 1 chicken and 1 steak. No rice. Extra guacamole and lettuce.
Coffee.

Rating: Happy birthday Xuan Mai!

sarena kopciel
03-10-2008, 05:46 AM
Sauteed onions in coconut oil with 1 whole/2 whites omega eggs and some avocado and seeds! Coffee, yerba mate

Rating: IFed for 17hrs

Yuen Sohn
03-10-2008, 06:21 AM
2 eggs
a small portion of ham
a large blob of plain yogurt
strawberries
pineapples
(I wish they served steak and coconut curry at the breakfast bar)

Rating: Andre the Giant's Snatch

Allen Yeh
03-10-2008, 06:39 AM
Not breakfast but I don't care! This was my solid meal last night.

Chipotle salad =
Romaine +
chicken +
steak +
tomato salsa (I know mild is for babies but the hot makes me hot the next day) +
cheese +
chipotle honey vinigarette

Rating: Oh so good, double meat is good, back on liquids today.

Yael Grauer
03-10-2008, 09:17 AM
I blended up a can of coconut milk, a bag of frozen cherries, some BerryGreens and three raw eggs. It made four cups and I drank two.

Rating: Sure beats Girl Scout cookies!

sarena kopciel
03-11-2008, 02:01 PM
baked salmon w/ olive oil/lemon/herbs and 1/2 avocado
seed mixture
coffee/yerba mate

Rating: Fresh baked salmon smell in a small apt.....:p

John Alston
03-13-2008, 07:48 AM
2 eggs with mexi cheese and salsa, shake, blueberries and coconut milk.

Rating: weaker than Fred.

Allen Yeh
03-13-2008, 07:54 AM
Only 2? You're slipping.

John Alston
03-13-2008, 08:40 AM
It was all I had... and you're putting night meals in my breakfast thread, so you gots no hand!

Yuen Sohn
03-13-2008, 09:31 AM
Just 3 cups of hot devil's pee

Rating: 'Acapulco' salad (marinated chicken breast, mango, mixed greens, cocount, oranges) in the evening --> PR bowel movement the next day.

sarena kopciel
03-13-2008, 04:29 PM
Leftover broccoli and onions w 2 eggs w seed concoction, some leftover coconut milk/whey/cacoa nibs/hemp shake
coffee, yerba mate

Rating: Maybe it's gonna be a PR w Yoon's

sarena kopciel
03-16-2008, 07:02 AM
Mashed cauliflower and asparagus with coconut oil sauteed onions and fresh naturally (homemade) smoked turkey and beef tongue and an omega 3egg!!
coffee--lots of it

rating:sleep was been disastrous!

John Alston
03-25-2008, 06:20 AM
Double breakfast
at home, protein shake, with brewer's yeast
blueberries, stuff

at work, ham, fresh kielbasa, whole milk, and poppyseed cake, supps

Rating: more paleo than your mom.

Allen Yeh
03-25-2008, 11:19 AM
6 TJ's chicken breakfast sausage links + spinach

Rating: bawk bawk?

Allen Yeh
04-06-2008, 07:24 AM
Spinach leaves + red pepper + homemade guacomole + 9 slices of bacon + shredded cheese

Rating: - Fatlovers salad

sarena kopciel
04-06-2008, 08:09 AM
Leftover EVOO sauteed onions and greens(TJ mix and collards) with a small can wild salmon.
Yerba mate

Rating: HUNGRY

Yuen Sohn
04-07-2008, 06:39 PM
1 cigarette and 4 cups of coffee.

Rating: I'm comin' to steal your crops!

Chris Forbis
04-08-2008, 04:02 PM
My standard breakfast has now been upgraded.

4 pork sausage patties (1/3 lb, pre-coooking), 4 fried omega-3 eggs, 1 avocado, 1 apple, coffee, 1 tbsp liver powder (with a water chaser!).

Rating: 1100 calorie breakfast works for me.

Yuen Sohn
04-16-2008, 07:10 AM
A plate of hamburger and fries that had been left sitting on my table overnight for 12 hours.
One pickle
Cole Slaw
2 Apples
Coffee

Rating: The only thing lacking was a bottle of Thunderbird.

Allen Yeh
04-16-2008, 07:13 AM
4 thighs of leftover popeye's from last night + handful of carrots

Rating: I think the chicken wanted to slide out of me as soon as I downed it all...ugh.

John Alston
04-16-2008, 10:06 AM
My standard breakfast has now been upgraded.

4 pork sausage patties (1/3 lb, pre-coooking), 4 fried omega-3 eggs, 1 avocado, 1 apple, coffee, 1 tbsp liver powder (with a water chaser!).

Rating: 1100 calorie breakfast works for me.

Nice eats.

sarena kopciel
04-22-2008, 07:07 AM
2 c kale, 2 eggs, 1/2 T each flaxseed meal and EVOO
Lemon water
Back on track!

Yuen Sohn
04-22-2008, 02:14 PM
2 cigarettes and 4 cups of hot devil's piss.

Rating: I'll pass on the Dbol, but I'm up for some Skee-ball.

Yuen Sohn
04-24-2008, 06:38 AM
Leftover steak quesadilla.
Coffee.

Rating: In my dream last night, I was at a Tommy Kono book signing and he told me to go to Columbia business school. Huh??

John Alston
04-24-2008, 07:17 AM
4/24
Two whole milk protein shakes. Coffee.

Rating: No time for love, Dr. Jones.
http://www.drjudywood.com/articles/short/trollpics/tower_displacement.jpg

Yuen Sohn
04-29-2008, 06:41 AM
Just a cup of dark water from the machine at work.
Not enough meat. Not enough squatting either, come to think of it.

Rating: I don't know about you all, but I'm spending the day watching them thaw out that giant squid.
http://www.r2.co.nz/20080427/rotate-1.asx

Party at Yoon's!

Xuan Mai Ho
04-30-2008, 04:39 AM
Tin of Sardines, Watermelon, Tea and Coffee

Rating: Yoon, new blood has arrived.

John Alston
04-30-2008, 06:36 AM
4/30

Leftover beef bits, blueberries unfrozen with coconut milk, protein shake, cod liver oil, etc.

Rating: Novel?

http://parsifal.membrane.com/zero/Xj_750.gif

Yuen Sohn
04-30-2008, 12:09 PM
Rating: I don't know about you all, but I'm spending the day watching them thaw out that giant squid.
http://www.r2.co.nz/20080427/rotate-1.asx


Watching this thing thaw out wasn't as exciting as I thought. And why are they showing a normal-sized squid now?

Yuen Sohn
04-30-2008, 12:11 PM
Just coffee (again). Forgot the crab legs at home.

Rating: When are you gonna snatch 100kg, ya' bum?!

And a welcome to Xuan Mai.

sarena kopciel
04-30-2008, 12:16 PM
Dinner leftovers! Pan friend lemon sole, roasted cauliflower and asparagus

Rating: Dont forget the 2 c of coffee and yerba mate!!

Allen Yeh
04-30-2008, 12:39 PM
Made myself a Texas BBQ pizza using a recipe from Gourmet Nutrition 2.0 basically ground turkey + sauteed veggies on a wheat tortilla + cheese on top

Rating:
Better than Pizza Hut.

Xuan Mai Ho
05-01-2008, 06:59 AM
Tin of Sardines and a Pear

Rating: Paleo Recession Cuisine

Allen Yeh
05-01-2008, 07:14 AM
Metabolic Drive shake

Rating: I really need to start cooking for work again.

sarena kopciel
05-01-2008, 09:29 AM
Dinner food--napa cabbage, salmon, sauteed onions. mate and coffee

Rating: Leftovers can sure be boring as hell

Yuen Sohn
05-01-2008, 03:47 PM
Gummi Bears
Coffee

Rating:
A second whale explosion occurred on January 26, 2004, in Tainan City, Taiwan. In this incident, a buildup of gas inside a decomposing sperm whale, measuring 17 m (55 ft 9 in) long and weighing 50 tons, caused it to burst.

The explosion was reported to have splattered blood and whale entrails over surrounding shop-fronts, bystanders, and cars. BBC News Online interviewed an unnamed Taiwanese local who said, "What a stinking mess. This blood and other stuff that blew out on the road is disgusting, and the smell is really awful."

Xuan Mai Ho
05-02-2008, 07:40 AM
1 Bratwurst Sausage, 2 Carrots, Green Tea, 2 Small Handfuls of Pistachios

Rating:
Somebody has been leaving mysterious printouts of napping kittens on my desk after I leave for the day.

Do I look warm and fuzzy!!??!?

John Alston
05-02-2008, 09:18 AM
5/2
Oatmeal from the truck, whole milk protein shake from your mom.

Rating: Round the corner fudge is made.

Yuen Sohn
05-02-2008, 09:23 AM
Blackberries and a piece of cake.

Rating: A lot tighter than I expected.

sarena kopciel
05-02-2008, 01:05 PM
A small (read tiny) homemade grassfed yogurt with sprinkle cinn, nutmeg, one measly drop stevia
coffee and mate

Rating: SMALL BUT SUFFICIENT

Allen Yeh
05-05-2008, 03:17 AM
I've been at drill for the past few days so military breakfast = nasty

Today

2 scoops metabolic drive + 1 orange and 2 flameouts.

John Alston
05-05-2008, 06:28 AM
5/3
4 eggs, 5 breakfast sausages, 2 pieces of toasted marble rye slathered in butter, pickled vegetable
kombucha, coffee

rating: one beer can crush to the forehead

sarena kopciel
05-05-2008, 06:33 AM
coconut curry chicken and broccoli
coffee and mate

Rating: Leftovers are better than I thought!

Yuen Sohn
05-05-2008, 07:51 AM
Selfdestructo's breakfast of choice: caffeine and nicotine

Rating: Down-and-out, but not down for the count.

Yuen Sohn
05-06-2008, 02:04 PM
Peanut butter straight from the jar
4 cups of Satan's urine

Rating: A power clean in the Smith machine.

Allen Yeh
05-07-2008, 03:57 AM
leftover penne bolognese (ground beef + sliced turkey + carrots, onions, celery, tomatos + red wine, milk, chicken broth + penne)
carrots
2 flameouts

Rating: You look like Gene Simmons had sex with a bassett hound.

Yuen Sohn
05-07-2008, 08:49 PM
Yogurt
Peanut butter
Bad Coffee
Muscle Snatches

Rating:
Je ferai un domaine
Où l'amour sera roi
Où l'amour sera loi
Où tu seras reine

Allen Yeh
05-08-2008, 04:11 AM
Leftover bbq chicken - 3 thighs + tupperware full of blueberries and strawberries + 1 lime coromega packet

Rating: Fats fats I need more fats.

Xuan Mai Ho
05-08-2008, 04:17 AM
2 Hardboiled eggs. Handful of pistachios. Coffee.

Rating: Hunger strike.

John Alston
05-08-2008, 07:18 AM
Whole milk protein shake... (coffee)
Rating: where the hell is the "health food" truck this week? I want some freaking oatmeal. And I left my roast beef in the fridge. Sucka day be me.

sarena kopciel
05-08-2008, 08:15 AM
2 cups coffee
Rating: Breakfast is overrated! House cleaning rules!:)

John Alston
05-09-2008, 05:40 AM
Left over pork chop, handful of blueberries with coconut milk, 1 piece of bread fried in butter, a glass of whole milk with a little Muscle Milk and flax in it

Rating: Got the eating big part down. Now to work on the lifting big part, you weak, lazy, fearful pansy.

sarena kopciel
05-09-2008, 05:52 AM
2 cups coffee
Rating: restriction rules today!

Darryl Shaw
05-09-2008, 06:12 AM
No breakfast today thanks to my doctor insisting on fasting blood and urine tests.

Rating: Feeling weak..... fading fast.....

Yuen Sohn
05-11-2008, 06:30 PM
At my parent's house:
2 strips of bacon
1 egg
toast with some butter-like substance
coffee
cantaloupe

Rating: A bosu ball, snatch grip behind-the-neck push press.

Xuan Mai Ho
05-12-2008, 09:52 AM
Sardines right outta the tin. Homemade beef borscht.

Rating: Fishy Burps.

John Alston
05-13-2008, 06:39 AM
Leftover pork chop, blueberries in coconut milk.
Fish oil, cod liver oil, CLA.

Rating: the pork chop was dry. Shoulda reheated it covered in butter. Butter is always the answer. When it's not bacon.

Yuen Sohn
05-13-2008, 07:20 AM
Round 1 (at home):
A cup of cold coffee that had been sitting on my desk since Sunday morning

Round 2 (at work):
2 eggs, sunnyside up
real bacon
an Engrish muffin
Fresh coffee

Rating: Get a new shirt, ya bum!

sarena kopciel
05-13-2008, 09:35 AM
2 c coffee
few ounces fresh coconut water
1 pint raw grassfed kefir with cinn

Rating: Yoon, what is an engrish muffin?:confused:
Oh, does 12:30 count as breakfast?

John Alston
05-13-2008, 10:11 AM
Oh, does 12:30 count as breakfast?

Not unless you woke up after 11 or it's pancakes and bacon.

sarena kopciel
05-13-2008, 05:15 PM
Not unless you woke up after 11 or it's pancakes and bacon.


When are they gonna bless the damn bacon as Kosher??

Allen Yeh
05-14-2008, 03:29 AM
Pesto + chicken + olive oil + pine nuts
broccoli

Rating: What is this natural disaster month?

John Alston
05-14-2008, 06:30 AM
When are they gonna bless the damn bacon as Kosher??

You just gotta pick the right "they."

Meanwhile...

Whole milk protein shake, plantains/berries and 2 little kielbasa pieces from the deli, coffee and fish oil

Rating: Leper Messiah.

David Osorio
05-14-2008, 12:05 PM
~6oz Ground Bison cooked with ~2C chopped up chard + olive oil
Ice water with about 1 tbs of liquid chlorophyll mixed in.
Swig of fish oil.

Rating: I'm new to this.

Yoon + John A., a member of CrossFit South Brooklyn named AJ will be heading over to LBH tonight to train. He's new to weightlifting, please show him around.

Yuen Sohn
05-14-2008, 12:53 PM
Hey David! Great to see you here! I won't be there tonight (returning next Wednesday actually), but will let Lenny and the guys know.

Yuen Sohn
05-14-2008, 04:26 PM
2 cups of coffee
1 cup of tea
All from that damn machine in the pantry.
A poor showing overall. Sleep deprivation = appetite killer.

Rating: Dreaming of Glute Ham and Eggs

sarena kopciel
05-15-2008, 05:30 AM
Coffee
Raw grassfed kefir with some shredded coconut and tehina

Rating: FAT is where it's at!

Allen Yeh
05-15-2008, 05:42 AM
TJ's breakfast chicken sausage and some sauteed swiss chard
green tea

Rating: IF is great but I love breakfast so much.

John Alston
05-15-2008, 06:22 AM
~6oz Ground Bison cooked with ~2C chopped up chard + olive oil
Ice water with about 1 tbs of liquid chlorophyll mixed in.
Swig of fish oil.

Rating: I'm new to this.

Yoon + John A., a member of CrossFit South Brooklyn named AJ will be heading over to LBH tonight to train. He's new to weightlifting, please show him around.

Hey, I was there for the first time in months and didn't meet him, just two other new guys, Chris and Madeo (sp?). Oh well, Monday. Maybe I left too early (out by 7:20).

Not a bad breakfast, Dave. Work on the rating.

David Osorio
05-15-2008, 10:27 AM
2 Eggs scrambled with 3-4oz Ground Bison
Raw Broccoli (stem and all)
Ice water with liquid Chlorophyll
Fish Oil

Rating: I like it Raw

John,

I've totally stolen your idea of posting breakfasts for the CrossFit South Brooklyn Comments pages. We've done it for two days and ive had a bunch of new people tell me how helpful it is to see other meal options. You were given credit somewhere in there.

Where have you been lifting if not at LBH?

Jon Chacon
05-15-2008, 11:16 AM
2.5 cups raw broccoli
1 medium apple
1 tbls almond butter
1 tsp shredded coconut
1 can tuna in water
half cup of walnuts

Love the thread. Great idea!

Allen Yeh
05-15-2008, 11:18 AM
2.5 cups raw broccoli
1 medium apple
1 tbls almond butter
1 tsp shredded coconut
1 can tuna in water
half cup of walnuts

Love the thread. Great idea!

Ahem, I believe a rating is owed.

John Alston
05-15-2008, 11:28 AM
Yes, Allen, a rating please, Jon?

Jon Chacon
05-15-2008, 11:28 AM
My apologies.

Rating: Gives plenty of energy to start my day. Tastes great. Still look forward to it every morning.

Usually eat at about 0545. The apple is sliced and the almond butter and coconut are drizzled on top. Acts as an excellent dessert. Need some more variety. Typically I change up the type of nuts, fruit, and veg, but the tuna has been consant unfortunately.

John Alston
05-15-2008, 11:31 AM
2 Eggs scrambled with 3-4oz Ground Bison
Raw Broccoli (stem and all)
Ice water with liquid Chlorophyll
Fish Oil

Rating: I like it Raw

John,

I've totally stolen your idea of posting breakfasts for the CrossFit South Brooklyn Comments pages. We've done it for two days and ive had a bunch of new people tell me how helpful it is to see other meal options. You were given credit somewhere in there.

Where have you been lifting if not at LBH?

Dave
I had a long, ugly series of sick this year so I've been training sporadically. Some Richies - a regular gym close to my home, some home workouts, some secret workouts.
Will be moving to Clinton Hill in June.
But now I'm trying to make a the real LBH happen regularly again, M and W, with another day elsewhere. How's xfitSB?

David Osorio
05-15-2008, 07:35 PM
CFSBK is doing wonderfully, thanks for asking.

When you move to Clinton Hill perhaps we can do some O-lifting at South Brooklyn which will be considerably closer than LBH. Get Yoon to come too!

Our facility is pretty bad-ass, if i do say so myself.

John Alston
05-16-2008, 05:49 AM
CFSBK is doing wonderfully, thanks for asking.

When you move to Clinton Hill perhaps we can do some O-lifting at South Brooklyn which will be considerably closer than LBH. Get Yoon to come too!

Our facility is pretty bad-ass, if i do say so myself.

I think a Friday night lifting crew would be the shit.

Margie Lempert
05-16-2008, 07:13 AM
Another SBK kid joins the fold:

probiotic
fish oil
swigs of wild root kombucha

strip of real deal bacon crumbled on scallops which were sauteed in the fatty remains (aka bacon grease)
strawberries
sunflower sprouts

lick of hemp butter

Rating: Parfum de pork fat fades too quickly on rainy days. Baruch atah adonai...

Xuan Mai Ho
05-16-2008, 07:53 AM
A few bits of ham
A few Marcona Almonds

Rating: I must meet John Alston.

Allen Yeh
05-16-2008, 07:55 AM
Another SBK kid joins the fold:

probiotic
fish oil
swigs of wild root kombucha

strip of real deal bacon crumbled on scallops which were sauteed in the fatty remains (aka bacon grease)
strawberries
sunflower sprouts

lick of hemp butter

Rating: Parfum de pork fat fades too quickly on rainy days. Baruch atah adonai...

Now that is a rating....

sarena kopciel
05-16-2008, 09:55 AM
1st shift--2 coffee
2nd shift @1245: 1/2 pint raw kefir
broccoli slaw sauteed in coconut oil w/ egg and tehina and more olive oil
walnuts--soaked and then roasted w/ olive oil, agave and spices!!

Rating:ITS STILL MY BREAKFAST EVEN THOUGH ITS 1245!!

John Alston
05-16-2008, 10:46 AM
Rating:ITS STILL MY BREAKFAST EVEN THOUGH ITS 1245!!

Only if you got out of bed after 11:30. The thread rules were posted long ago.

Yuen Sohn
05-19-2008, 08:00 PM
Been away for the past few days. It is my pleasure to bring you the past 5 days of breakfasts.

15-May-2008
A turkey sandwich at JFK airport.
Coffee

Rating: A karaoke duet to Buckethead’s greatest hits.

Yuen Sohn
05-19-2008, 08:03 PM
16-May-2008
Western omelet (ham, eggs, cheese, peppers and other stuff)
Hash browns
Eggs Benedict
Toast
Coffee

Rating: How do we explain the rationale of these orange-skinned kids?

Yuen Sohn
05-19-2008, 08:04 PM
17-May-2008
3 cheese omelet drenched in Jerome’s hot sauce
1 egg Benedict
Coffee
Toast
hash browns

Rating: Hotter on the way out

Yuen Sohn
05-19-2008, 08:04 PM
18-May-2008
1/2 Cantaloupe
1/4 Papaya
1 Squishy Mango
3 eggs
4 slices honey ham
Cheese
3 English muffins
Redi Whip

Rating: 4 and a half Bastardos
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2371/2506863231_1e245c3880_o.jpg

Yuen Sohn
05-19-2008, 08:06 PM
19-May-2008
1/2 Western omelet (refer to 16-May-2008 for ingredients)
Home fries
Toast
Extra butter
Coffee

Rating: Back from the beach
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2014/2507751882_f7678541e6_t.jpg

Yuen Sohn
05-19-2008, 08:14 PM
CFSBK is doing wonderfully, thanks for asking.

When you move to Clinton Hill perhaps we can do some O-lifting at South Brooklyn which will be considerably closer than LBH. Get Yoon to come too!

Our facility is pretty bad-ass, if i do say so myself.

David, that sounds great! I definitely would be up for some lifting at the Lyceum.

sarena kopciel
05-20-2008, 04:44 AM
Probiotics
coffee
kefir spiked with cinn

Rating: Fun to eat with my lovely new granddaughter in my arms!!

Xuan Mai Ho
05-20-2008, 05:20 AM
Piece of Ham. Vegetables. 24 Almonds.

Rating: It's confirmed. Yoon is a hot-beach-babe-magnet!

Allen Yeh
05-20-2008, 06:31 AM
1 small bag of doritos
1 small bag of lays
2 kudos bars

Rating: Could this be more non-Paleo?

Second Rating: Snackrooms are deadly when you are starving and stuck on a 1.5 hour conference call.

John Alston
05-20-2008, 06:45 AM
Egg cheese hame on a roll, nyc cart style.

Rating: I commute, in a suit, don't effing rain there's a hole in my boot!

John Alston
05-20-2008, 06:49 AM
1 small bag of doritos
1 small bag of lays
2 kudos bars

Rating: Could this be more non-Paleo?

Second Rating: Snackrooms are deadly when you are starving and stuck on a 1.5 hour conference call.

Yes it could have. Work on it!

Margie Lempert
05-20-2008, 12:37 PM
#1 taken at fancy arts foundation: smoked salmon, capers and tomato, berries, melon, cherries, scoop of yogurt and dash of granola.

!!Sudden and unnecessary change of plans!!

#2 taken in front of parents' refrigerator: more yogurt, couple rice crackers and cheese, chicken off the carcass, Cosmic Cranberry kombucha, chocolate, a LOT of peanut butter with a spoon.

Rating: Driven to the jar by technophobic arts administrators.

Garrett Smith
05-20-2008, 01:30 PM
1 package uncured bacon, wrapped around 4 chicken-turkey-basil pesto sausages, toothpicked together and baked.

Rating: Threw the lawbook of Leviticus out the window that morning.

Yuen Sohn
05-21-2008, 05:41 AM
Leftover stew with chicken, sweet potatoes, mushrooms and "secret Latin spices"
1 orange
1 cup of coffee from the cart man

Rating: 5 SelfDestructos
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2354/2510521358_da6b0e06db_o.jpg

John Alston
05-21-2008, 06:27 AM
Oatmeal with cin and apple. Double power protein shake, whole milk. COffee. There's a kombucha waiting for me, too.

Rating: somewhere there's a pound of bacon with my name on it, and every day i don't find it, god cries some more.

sarena kopciel
05-21-2008, 06:57 AM
1st shift:
Homemade raw kefir w/ cinn and ground flax seeds
coffee

2nd shift
broccoli slaw souffle
mate

Rating: TIRED!!

Margie Lempert
05-21-2008, 07:02 AM
probiotic
fish oil

leftover assortment of vegetables courtesy of Whole Foods salad bar. 3oz of turkey breast. nibble of this. taste of that. lick of hemp butter. a brancrisp.

Rating: can't GET no. satisFACtion.

John Alston
05-22-2008, 06:19 AM
Chicken fruit and coffee. Big handful of fish oil since there's so little fat in this. Sigh.

Rating: something clever about how low fat shit blows and oh yeah I'm so out of it I'm actually feeling the snatches with 50 from last night.

Yuen Sohn
05-22-2008, 08:27 AM
Just a cup of coffee from the cart man.

Rating:
Courtesy of Jim Hooper on the Weightlifting Exchange website forums. The subject is a lifter who currently snatches 55 and wishes to get into the 60+ range. A modification of the classic Joe Mills progression:


Assuming you have solid technique at this point, here's one good way for you to get from here to doing solid 60+ snatches on a consistent basis. This is a great approach for many purposes, and I think it is the best approach by far for your particular situation -- developing lifters who need to make that transition from "drilling" to applying their technique to somewhat heavier (for them) weights. Its based on the Joe Mills system developed decades ago, which in its pure form is significantly harder than the modified version I'm about to outline for your particular situation. Don't think its "outdated" -- its tried and true, and used today by a number of the best coaches in the country, e.g., Mike Burgener, Gary Valentine, and others.

It has you continuing to work mostly in technique- and speed-reinforcing lifts with moderate weights that you are already lifting consistently (75-85% of the volume each workout), combined with 1-6 heavier lifts, where you apply the same technique to progressively heavier weights, turning up the load just one 2.5 kg tick each time (about 15-25% of the volume each workout, depending on how you are lifting that particular day). You can and should use it on your clean and jerks as well --and you should be doing the full CJ at this point, and not worried too much about the discrepancy, which will even out soon enough if you stay at this sport. The modification I am making is basically to do only one classic lift per day, so that you have energy left to work hard on back, front, and overhead squats, which are extremely important at your stage of development. Joe's lifters, who were some of the best the country ever produced, generally just did just SN and CJ, both together, three times per week -- you need keep doing lots of all three fundamental squats as well as the lifts.

Do the following your next 12-15 snatch/CJ workouts. Train each lift 2 times or three times per week -- as often as you can recover from the previous workout and lift well each time out-- probably twice per week. Start at a weight that you can absolutely smoke for 5 singles in that first set -- about 60-70%, or, from what you tell us, 40 sounds just about right for you at this point for that first quintuplet

Your normal warmup, including some empty bar or 40-50% lifts, then

1. 40 for 5 singles. Rest about 1-1.5 mins between reps. If you miss one with a little error, don't sweat it, keep going and do the next one better. After the fifth one, add 5 kgs and do
2. 45 for 5 singles. Rest about a minute or two between reps. After the fifth one, add 2.5 kgs and do
3. 47.5 for 5 singles. Rest 1.5-2 mins between reps. Stop whining, you ain't that tired. Add another 2.5 and do
4. 50 x 1. At this point, you start counting misses, if any. If you miss, you can repeat that lift at that load up to twice. At three misses, stop for the day. But don't miss it. Make it and then do:
5. 52.5 x 1. Same deal. Do your best, and remember, any third miss is the end of the workout. If you happen to miss it this time, you'll make that rep the next time, or the time after that, so don't sweat it.
6. 55 x 1. Same deal. (If you have made them all to this point, you will start thinking too much, wondering if you can make the 55 -- cut it out -- turn your brain off, see yourself in a tight catch position, hold that image, count to three, and do exactly what you did when you just did 52.5 -- just snatch it. Learn to love how heavier weights feel and take pride that session by session you are becoming less and less nervous with heavier weights -- "heavy" starts to feel "normal." You will be "practicing" the mental control of making a "heavy" lift every time out -- after a few sessions, you will stop worrying and just take care of business.)
7. 57.5 x 1. Same deal.
8. 60 x 1. Same deal.
9. 62 x 1. Same deal.

You won't make all 6 of the singles when you start out. You may make only one or two at first. But after several weeks -- it may be 3, it may be 7, but it won't be 12 --, you will make all six, and you will be one happy camper. (If those loads I just outlined are a bit to heavy for you to at least get through the first three groups of five singles in very good form, adjust the whole thing down 2.5 kgs so that you can at least make it past the fives and get into the first 2-3 singles.)

When you complete all 21 reps with no misses -- and don't be surprised if that happens in 5-6 weeks --, recover and start the whole thing over, adding 2.5 kgs at every step. Every workout is both a "technique" AND a "heavy" day -- there is just a very small, manageable dose of "heavy" each time -- we are under no illusions that you can start training Bulgarian style and going up into the mid 90s every day -- you can't, nobody at this stage can for long. Your body will tell you every time out what "heavy" is that particular day --three misses ends it. But you will not thrash and spasticate rep after rep with loads that are too heavy for you to handle on any particular day. If you want to be more conservative, limit yourself to no more than two misses per day in the last six singles, or one, or none. Cutting it off at 2 or 3 misses works well in my experience.

Adjust your weekly schedule to make sure you are recovered and ready to fire every training session. You need to be, as Gary Valentine says "mowing down lift after lift," which will continue to improve and ingrain the correct movement patterns, so it becomes automatic. Four days per week -- two snatch sessions and two CJ sessions -- would be a good place to start (i.e., SN/OHS, CJ/FS, off, SN/BS, off, CJ/FS, off -- that would be one week's training). If that's too much, go three days per week, alternating snatch and CJ sessions, and doing the squat for the OPPOSITE lift so you work the critical positions for both lifts every 48-72 hours, either in the lift itself or the corresponding squat (i.e., [Week 1] SN/FS, off, CJ/OHS, off, SN/FS, off, off, [Week 2] CJ/OHS, off, SN/FS, . . . etc.) Don't even try lifting this way 5-6 days per week at this stage -- you'll be overtrained and sluggish within 10 days.

Do it and you may be shocked at how soon the 55 you just missed has become an ordinary workup weight. There are other ways to get there from here, of course, but if you were my lifter, this is what you would do, and you'd be snatching 60 without emotional distress within 2-3 months or so. At that point, you won't be the same lifter (your technique should be much more "automatic" regardless of the relative load), and although we'd still use Mills sequences some of the time, we'd also use other workout structures with it to get you from 60/75 to 80/100. But you need to get from drills with 40/50 to 60/75. This is a great way to accomplish that next step.

sarena kopciel
05-22-2008, 08:39 AM
1 sardine in oil pan fried with 2 eggs and baby spinach, topped with hemp seeds.
yerba mate

Rating: This was a winner!:)

Yuen Sohn
05-23-2008, 05:59 AM
Another day. Another cup of coffee from the cart.

Rating:
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John Alston
05-23-2008, 06:39 AM
Another day. Another cup of coffee from the cart.

Rating:
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Leftover pork and fresh bananas.
Fish oil, etc...

Rating: Pork while on the phone meeting.
Not as graphic as it could be.

Margie Lempert
05-23-2008, 07:52 AM
probiotic
2 boiled eggs, scoop of hemp butter, oz of gruyere cheese, two almonds, sauerkraut, bite of cheese made out of cashews (yuh huh. yeah for real.), bite of some other something, "joint support" tea.

Rating: a body in motion...

sarena kopciel
05-23-2008, 10:13 AM
coffee
kefir w cinn and flax seeds
strawberries
probiotics

Allen Yeh
05-23-2008, 10:57 AM
4 pieces of bacon
7 fried eggs (yes John they were fried in the bacon fat)
handfull of strawberries

Rating: 4 Fred Hahn's

sarena kopciel
05-25-2008, 09:07 AM
probiotic
coffee
sm h/m kefir w/ cinn and nutmeg

Rating: SLEEP DEPRIVATION aint working too well:mad:

Yuen Sohn
05-25-2008, 09:30 AM
A cookie
coffee
More coffee

Rating: A clean pull in the living room
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3178/2520903459_fcacbc34e9_m.jpg

sarena kopciel
05-26-2008, 07:23 AM
probiotics
2 c coffee
1/2 c kefir w/ cinn and nutmeg

2nd round:
broccoli souffle--homemade!

Rating: STOP EATING!

Allen Yeh
05-26-2008, 07:53 AM
Biscuits and gravy
bacon
fruit salad (strawberries, blueberries, cherries, and oranges)

Rating: I want BBQ!

John Alston
05-26-2008, 08:30 AM
egg cheddar trukey salsa scramble, black coffee, whole milk, granola and full fat yogurt

rating: day 3 of bbq/grill food weekend. awesomeness comes later, this is just fuel for squatting.

John Alston
05-27-2008, 06:18 AM
Deli turkey, oatmeal from the truck - which is back, which is awesome.
Extra fat sources, extra stuff in my face.

Rating: one 20-second eccentric leg "extension"

Yuen Sohn
05-29-2008, 06:13 AM
2 eggs, sunnyside up
a generous helping of real bacon from the magic buffet
plain yogurt
sort of fresh pineapple
peanut butter straight from the jar
coffee

Rating: I've got gobs of egg yolk running down my face but I don't care.

Yuen Sohn
05-30-2008, 07:35 AM
Peanut butter straight from the jar
Coffee from the cart man

Rating: What does a man have to do to get a Reeses Pieces Sundae for breakfast in this town?

...and when are you gonna clean & jerk 125, ya bum?

Gittit Shwartz
05-30-2008, 12:39 PM
2 tsp. coconut oil in hot water
Vitamin C 1g

"Shakshouka":
1 large tomato, crushed and cooked down in a pan with
Onion/garlic/red bell pepper/basil (pick one)
Grey salt
2 eggs cooked in the red mess - whites stirred in, yolks whole and runny

Rating: the same breakfast every day is working great for me.

* Recently during Israel's 60th independence day celebrations, the country's top chefs voted for "the Israeli-est food". One chef's original answer was Shakshouka "because nobody in the world likes it but us!"

sarena kopciel
05-30-2008, 02:39 PM
kefir and coffee
rating: trying to get back on track!

Yuen Sohn
06-01-2008, 09:07 PM
30-May-2008
cocktail shrimp
stuffed mushrooms
a plateful of mussels
salad
a tamale, enchilada and taco platter (The Axis of Deliciousness)

Rating: An entire container of strawberry ice cream before bedtime + 17 hours sleep = ultimate goodness

Yuen Sohn
06-01-2008, 09:10 PM
01-Jun-2008

More leftovers
hummus
pita
smoked salmon
coffee

Rating: Fred's left nut.

sarena kopciel
06-02-2008, 06:00 AM
2 cups cinn spiked coffee
1 hard boiled egg
2 small organic apricots
fish oil
antibiotic
other supps (thanks Dr G)

Rating: need to make some more kefir

John Alston
06-02-2008, 06:03 AM
5/31

Bacon and blueberries, then some pickled herring.

Rating: You're a dirty bastard, Mr. Sohn, a dirty bastard!

Ben Blosch
06-02-2008, 06:33 AM
6-1-08

Sunday Scramble:

Half Avocado
Handful of Spinach
Quarter of a Tomato
4 oz. piece of fish
2 stripes bacon
Some onion and garlic
6 eggs

Rating: As a kid I hated Sundays. I would think about school the next day and that ruined everything. I would count down the hours of freedom I had left.

I blame my mother for not making me this breakfast, because if would have made Sunday my favorite day.

Yuen Sohn
06-02-2008, 08:32 AM
Just coffee today. After this weekend's feeding frenzy, I feel like I'm about to pass a ton of bricks.

Rating: Reminder to self: always wipe my face after eating a sauce-laden pulled pork sandwich. Otherwise, I'll be walking around town, as I did the other day, like the joker, but with a BBQ sauce smile.

Why so delicious?

Yuen Sohn
06-03-2008, 08:11 AM
Just coffee.

Rating: An emergency donkey kick intervention.

sarena kopciel
06-05-2008, 08:01 AM
coffee
kefir with cinn/nutmeg/flax seeds/fig syrup
canteloupe

Yuen Sohn
06-09-2008, 07:06 AM
07-Jun-2008
Beef jerky
Apples
Coffee

Rating: Based on this weekend's performance at the state qualifiers, Self-Destructo needs to get back to a regular training program that involves neither wine-only dinners nor spending hours after midnight trolling internet message boards under different aliases.

Yuen Sohn
06-09-2008, 07:12 AM
08-Jun-2008
2 eggs
bacon
a pita
half a jar of peanut butter

Rating: A much needed resupply of premium wifebeaters.

Yuen Sohn
06-09-2008, 07:16 AM
09-Jun-2008
2 eggs
an elite team of crispy bacon
plain yogurt with a dusting of cinnamon
strawberries
pineapple
coffee

Rating: I am Fudgie the Whale's Captain Ahab.

John Alston
06-09-2008, 07:56 AM
Protein shakes and bananananananas.
Rating: OK, yesterday breakfast was papoosa and tamale, but second breakfast was this awesome concoction of pulled pork with coleslaw over a belgian waffle with beet pickles. Witness it in a state of destruction:

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3154/2564917706_38f42ef6e5.jpg

Paul McKirdy
06-09-2008, 07:15 PM
Staged for inception tomorrow morning. Short cycle fast day.

3 hard boiled eggs.
2tbsp olive oil.
1 pear poised under the slicer.
2 fish oil tabs
1000mg vitamin C

Backup patrol to launch on command no earlier than 1000 hours: 12 almonds.

Rating: Shock Troops ready and awaiting commands. Oil'em up and hydrate boys, it's going to be hot as hell again tomorrow and we hear Satan can't get the damn mechanical maintenance union off of strike for 6th straight week.

Yuen Sohn
06-11-2008, 10:04 AM
DIY breakfast muffins:

2 eggs, sunnyside up.
4 strips of turkey bacon.
2 generic breakfast muffins
butter

Complimented with
Plain yogurt
Fresh strawberries
Fresh pineapple
Coffee

Rating: A greasy, chauvinist, over-the-hill, Peter Pan, tan-in-a-can wanker with a Botoxed face and store-bought abs. Dude, you're not fooling anyone.

John Alston
06-12-2008, 06:16 AM
3 boiled eggs, pint of whole milk protein shake, and stuff.

Rating: milk and eggs, milk and eggs, milk and eggs, milk and eggs...

sarena kopciel
06-12-2008, 06:25 AM
Coffee and kefir
Rating: same old, same old....

Yuen Sohn
06-12-2008, 06:45 AM
Just a cup of coffee from the cart man.

Rating (in kgs):
70x1x5
77.5x1x5
85x1x5
90x1
95x1
100x1
105x1

Plus some overhead squats.

John Alston
06-12-2008, 07:42 AM
Just a cup of coffee from the cart man.

Rating (in kgs):
70x1x5
77.5x1x5
85x1x5
90x1
95x1
100x1
105x1

Plus some overhead squats.

Will that kind of breakfast get you a 200 total at the CT Open?

Yuen Sohn
06-12-2008, 08:19 AM
Will that kind of breakfast get you a 200 total at the CT Open?
haha, very good point. I should post what I eat for lunch and dinner to provide a more complete picture, but am reluctant to start "Lunch" and "Dinner" thread spinoffs.

btw, I'm aiming for 93/117 in August -||----||-

John Alston
06-12-2008, 08:40 AM
haha, very good point. I should post what I eat for lunch and dinner to provide a more complete picture, but am reluctant to start "Lunch" and "Dinner" thread spinoffs.

btw, I'm aiming for 93/117 in August -||----||-

Worthy effing total!

Yuen Sohn
06-12-2008, 09:59 AM
Worthy effing total!

So close. Yet so far.

Allen Yeh
06-12-2008, 08:29 PM
6/13/2008

Avocado shake (you can even get a durian shake here in Singapore...but no thanks).

Rating: Delicious.

Yuen Sohn
06-13-2008, 07:08 AM
2 eggs, sunnyside up
crispy bacon
2 generic English muffins
yogurt with a dusting of cinnamon
strawberries
pineapple
coffee

Rating: My same-pants streak is now at 7 business days. I may break my previous record at 11, I think. That record was set in the wintertime though. I may also set a new record in stank.

John Alston
06-13-2008, 07:25 AM
4 hard boiled eggs, some polish sausage, a banana, some prunes, a whole milk protein shake, and supps.

Rating:
I guess the first distasteful food I started to use was the extract from raw beef. I have always been very careful about the beef I chose for such a dish, since I was eating it without any type of cooking. The procedure here is to take good ground beef, of the lean variety and put it in one of the better centrifugal force extractors. This will extract most of the liquid, which looks mostly like blood. I usually add a little salt to this liquid, and drink it. Considering all the liquid supplements I have used, this is one of the greatest. This meat extract can be disguised by drinking it in tomato juice, or adding some type of meat sauce to it to change the flavor. I expanded this through the years, and not only used beef but all types raw seafood. With a diet of all the protein supplements that I have mentioned, and also using the raw beef extracts and raw seafood, whether liquefied of used in a solid form, I found that I could put in some eighteen hours a day in my traveling and speaking engagements, plus carry on a workout routine.
Paul Anderson (http://ditillo2.blogspot.com/2008/06/nutrition-paul-anderson.html)

John Alston
06-15-2008, 10:52 AM
couple egs, some bacon, some yogurt and granola, a glass of milk.

rating: 2 out of possible 4

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3006/2580521123_7f6edc1a3f.jpghttp://farm4.static.flickr.com/3006/2580521123_7f6edc1a3f.jpg

Yuen Sohn
06-16-2008, 06:43 AM
couple egs, some bacon, some yogurt and granola, a glass of milk.

rating: 2 out of possible 4

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3006/2580521123_7f6edc1a3f.jpghttp://farm4.static.flickr.com/3006/2580521123_7f6edc1a3f.jpg

AHHHHHHHHH! Blast from the past!

Love the headbonk.

Yuen Sohn
06-18-2008, 08:28 PM
Just coffee.

Rating: I deserve a royal, combined ass-kicking by Casey Ryback, Jack Burton, and Remo Williams for forgetting my leftover steak and blueberries at home.

sarena kopciel
06-19-2008, 06:32 AM
leftovers of liver and onions with mashed cauliflower with tehina! awesome
oh and fresh coffee and an apricot

rating:: amazing how little the body really needs when offered optimal fuel

John Alston
06-19-2008, 06:42 AM
Half a pound of deli turkey. Handfuls of pepitas.

Rating: About a half a pound of meat short.

Yuen Sohn
06-19-2008, 07:26 AM
Woke up late and had to run out the door (once again forgetting the aforementioned breakfast steak).

Just an apple. Big lunch planned today.

Rating: A Ch-ch-ch-Chia Clam

Yuen Sohn
06-21-2008, 07:27 AM
Smoked salmon
Blueberries
Vanilla ice cream with a few blueberries mixed in
A magical, peanut butter cookie

Rating: Make that 95/117 -||----||- -||----||-

btw, I'm aiming for 93/117 in August -||----||-

Yuen Sohn
06-22-2008, 06:05 PM
Salmon
Cream Cheese
Vanilla Ice Cream

Rating: Hey, what happened to all the CF South Brooklyn folks?

sarena kopciel
06-23-2008, 04:50 AM
coffee w/ heavy cream
collards w/ eggs and tehini

rating: raw grassfed cream is heaven!

Margie Lempert
06-23-2008, 07:26 AM
Rating: Hey, what happened to all the CF South Brooklyn folks?

Navel gazing. Coming up for air now....

2oz smoked lox, 2 xlarge egg whites, 1.5oz guacamole from the party friday night, few sips of kombucha, gum.

Rating: 7 purple post-its.

John Alston
06-23-2008, 07:47 AM
I've been doing this thing called the double breakfast.
It involves something at home, and something at work.
Today it was a whole milk + Muscle Milk shake at home, then a bunhc of turkey, an orange and some other stuff at work.
It's all about getting 70-80+ g of protein in before 11am.

Rating: Utility = high. double the meals, double the fun. And when does XfitSouthBK start it's Friday Night Lifting Fun?

Margie Lempert
06-23-2008, 09:27 AM
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I've been doing this thing called the double breakfast.
It involves something at home, and something at work.
Today it was a whole milk + Muscle Milk shake at home, then a bunhc of turkey, an orange and some other stuff at work.
It's all about getting 70-80+ g of protein in before 11am.

Rating: Utility = high. double the meals, double the fun. And when does XfitSouthBK start it's Friday Night Lifting Fun?

I understand that Friday Night Lifting at the Lyceum may not be possible. The owners would prefer hosting things like breakdancing contests rather than having the floor be broken. Perhaps there are other days of the week that could be re-named Friday Night Lifting? I defer to my trusty leader, Mr. Osorio.

If you get 70-80 grams of protein in by 11am, what's the quota for the rest of the day?!

Yuen Sohn
06-23-2008, 09:34 AM
I understand that Friday Night Lifting at the Lyceum may not be possible. The owners would prefer hosting things like breakdancing contests...

Are you serious!??? In addition to snatching 100kg, becoming a proficient breakdancer is one of my 2008 goals.

See here:
http://performancemenu.com/forum/showpost.php?p=21885&postcount=340

So many hopes, so little time. My windmill will be unstoppable one of these days.

But seriously, some heavy lifting would be awesome.

John Alston
06-23-2008, 10:30 AM
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I understand that Friday Night Lifting at the Lyceum may not be possible. The owners would prefer hosting things like breakdancing contests rather than having the floor be broken. Perhaps there are other days of the week that could be re-named Friday Night Lifting? I defer to my trusty leader, Mr. Osorio.

If you get 70-80 grams of protein in by 11am, what's the quota for the rest of the day?!

That's sad. I'm close enough where I could walk home now.

My bodyweight is maybe 177lbs? So 177g is the minimum. Experimenting with getting even a higher ratio that that.

BTW, you lose points in this thread for not eating the egg yolks. :p

David Osorio
06-23-2008, 10:56 AM
Breakfast:
4 eggs, 2-3 cups kale, fish oil, h20, Gala apple

rating:
Here we are!

The Lyceum primarily makes their greenbacks on Friday and Saturday nights so us lowly Xfitters get the boot. I'm working at my other job on nights where i'm not at CFSBK, Sundays might be an ideal time for a mid-late afternoon O-lifting. Warning, we don't have as nice barbells as LBH and there are no formal platforms. If there was enough interest in this program i could see investing in said equipment. (Investing in it sooner than later, that is)

Where are you living, John?

Margie Lempert
06-23-2008, 11:00 AM
Yoon - it's true. There was breakdancing. David has photos.
I think I could handle Step 3 of the Windmill. What's your favorite Step?

John - ach. I knew someone would call me out on the yolks. I do eat yolks - there is no fear. In fact, there is great love of the perfectly boiled egg with a slightly runny yolk. But sometimes I want the meal to be more about protein than anything else, know what I'm sayin'?

Have you ever eaten higher than grams/bodyweight consistently?

Never fear, the Lyceum is always walking distance, not just on fridays.

Yuen Sohn
06-23-2008, 11:26 AM
Great to see CFSBK back in the house! Now go pester Xuan Mai to start posting again.


The Lyceum primarily makes their greenbacks on Friday and Saturday nights so us lowly Xfitters get the boot. I'm working at my other job on nights where i'm not at CFSBK, Sundays might be an ideal time for a mid-late afternoon O-lifting. Warning, we don't have as nice barbells as LBH and there are no formal platforms. If there was enough interest in this program i could see investing in said equipment. (Investing in it sooner than later, that is)


No fancy barbells needed. Just a common desire to lift heavy stuff, really :)

Actually, while I've got my favorite bar at LBH, I try not to get too attached to any one piece of equipment -- you really never know what sort of bars will be available to warmup with at a meet.

If anything, we can make it BYOB (Bring your own barbell). I've got a decent one at home :D

Yuen Sohn
06-23-2008, 11:29 AM
Yoon - it's true. There was breakdancing. David has photos.
I think I could handle Step 3 of the Windmill. What's your favorite Step?

Sadly, I'm still trying to master step 1. I got the whole lying-flat-on-your-back thing, but once he starts moving his legs and stuff, he loses me.

My goal is to do a windmill on the platform the next time I bomb out at a meet (hopefully, there won't be a next time of course).

John Alston
06-23-2008, 11:29 AM
Breakfast:
4 eggs, 2-3 cups kale, fish oil, h20, Gala apple

rating:
Here we are!

The Lyceum primarily makes their greenbacks on Friday and Saturday nights so us lowly Xfitters get the boot. I'm working at my other job on nights where i'm not at CFSBK, Sundays might be an ideal time for a mid-late afternoon O-lifting. Warning, we don't have as nice barbells as LBH and there are no formal platforms. If there was enough interest in this program i could see investing in said equipment. (Investing in it sooner than later, that is)

Where are you living, John?

Rough barbells are ok. All they need to do is be straight and spin.

I'm off the Clinton-Washington C train. It's a dead spot for real gyms. There's a FT Greene Crunch, and a Bed Stuy Y, but not much else. Need something local that can do heavy. Might just invest in a couple dumbbells I can adjust up to 100+ lbs each and play with them. Carry them up and down the stairs...

John Alston
06-23-2008, 11:37 AM
John - ach. I knew someone would call me out on the yolks. I do eat yolks - there is no fear. In fact, there is great love of the perfectly boiled egg with a slightly runny yolk. But sometimes I want the meal to be more about protein than anything else, know what I'm sayin'?

Have you ever eaten higher than grams/bodyweight consistently?

Never fear, the Lyceum is always walking distance, not just on fridays.

Isn't there something in the yolk that makes the protein "work" better, or more complete? Like the stinky sulfur? I dunno.

I've never gone over 1g per pound consistently though I have managed to do close to that for a while, I think. I'd guess the 120-150 gram range I've done a lot, but getting to over 200 is a lot for me. I bet I'm at ~130 for today safely so far.
Yes the Lycaeum ain't far, but I don't like most WODs. You guys got farmer's bars? Big tires to flip?

Margie Lempert
06-23-2008, 12:05 PM
Isn't there something in the yolk that makes the protein "work" better, or more complete? Like the stinky sulfur? I dunno.

I've never gone over 1g per pound consistently though I have managed to do close to that for a while, I think. I'd guess the 120-150 gram range I've done a lot, but getting to over 200 is a lot for me. I bet I'm at ~130 for today safely so far.
Yes the Lycaeum ain't far, but I don't like most WODs. You guys got farmer's bars? Big tires to flip?

Yeah yeah yeah. You are right about the yolk, I know. I am properly shamed.

So much protein. Sometimes I try to get near bodyweight, which I think is 122 or someting, and that can feel oppressive. Can't imagine going for 177. Course, I can't get into the shake thing.

I hear you on the WODs. David likes to get max effort in there when he can (like tonight, for example!), above and beyond CF, so this is good. And I believe a regular O-lifting program is in the works.

Uhhhh, what's a farmer's bar? No tire. Yet. But ropes! Tug of War!

David Osorio
06-23-2008, 12:06 PM
They're straight, load capacity up to 700ish, with an OK spin and not much whip.

Im looking at the budget-friendly Rogue fitness and CF economy bars for our next purchase. Any advice would be appreciated.

Yuen Sohn
06-23-2008, 12:28 PM
Hey David,
I actually have the CrossFit Pendlay bar. Well in theory. Due to problems with repeated no-shows/lost packages by my local carrier - fuck you again, UPS - I had the bar rerouted to my coach's house.

Here's what he had to say:
The center portion of the bar is black in color. The knurling is light to medium. The inside collars are chrome and in the wider York style. The sleeves are chrome. The bar rotates with a smooth but dampened rotation -- that is to say it spins easily, but not freely, and that is good.

I did some light work with it this weekend at his place and it felt fine. Based on the top-limit weights I was intending to use with it, Glenn recommended it.

For $179, I think it's a really sweet deal. Don't forget the 15kg women's sizes too. I'll shoot you an e-mail later tonight after practice.

John Alston
06-23-2008, 12:43 PM
Yeah yeah yeah. You are right about the yolk, I know. I am properly shamed.

So much protein. Sometimes I try to get near bodyweight, which I think is 122 or someting, and that can feel oppressive. Can't imagine going for 177. Course, I can't get into the shake thing.

I hear you on the WODs. David likes to get max effort in there when he can (like tonight, for example!), above and beyond CF, so this is good. And I believe a regular O-lifting program is in the works.

Uhhhh, what's a farmer's bar? No tire. Yet. But ropes! Tug of War!

Shakes are lower on the list. My personal protein hiearchy is roughly:

Game/grassfed red meats, tuna steaks, salmon
Red meats and eggs
Other meats + sea life
Whole Milk
Powders

So I try to do shakes only with whole milk or some other food, which I feel is less bullshit. But who knows. One becomes acclimated to such an increase in protein but it's probably most worth it if one's goals are strength and size (or the other way around, too).
Powder is just a way to get to that next level.

Carry these around, like a farmer, or a strongman competitor:
http://www.intensefitness.co.uk/images/stan-farmers-walk.jpg

David Osorio
06-23-2008, 01:20 PM
I hate UPS. Before i got everything shipped the Lyceum i would always get "3rd and Final notice slips" on what i believe was really their first attempt. Getting to Maspeth by subway and bus and then getting back with exercise equipment is NO fun.

So the Pendlay bar gets the Yoon seal of approval. I was actually hesitant to get them because the price was so good. Do they have decent whip?

sarena kopciel
06-23-2008, 01:33 PM
I hate UPS. Before i got everything shipped the Lyceum i would always get "3rd and Final notice slips" on what i believe was really their first attempt. Getting to Maspeth by subway and bus and then getting back with exercise equipment is NO fun.

So the Pendlay bar gets the Yoon seal of approval. I was actually hesitant to get them because the price was so good. Do they have decent whip?

For what it's worth:
I had/have the pendlay women's economy cf bar. i would rate it ok but then i had a prob w it (collars were slipping) which glenn was promptly able to take care of in regards to a new bar. but i decided to go up to the middle bar (not competition/not economy) which has a much better spin!!

Yuen Sohn
06-23-2008, 01:50 PM
I hate UPS. Before i got everything shipped the Lyceum i would always get "3rd and Final notice slips" on what i believe was really their first attempt. Getting to Maspeth by subway and bus and then getting back with exercise equipment is NO fun.

So the Pendlay bar gets the Yoon seal of approval. I was actually hesitant to get them because the price was so good. Do they have decent whip?

That sounds dreadful! At least I only had to go to 43rd and 11th to pick up my 15kg bumpers, though trying to find a cab home near the Lincoln tunnel was impossible (the driver of the original cab bailed on me while I was inside waiting). Had to do a farmer's walk with a plate in each hand in the rain while all the rush hour commuters laughed at me. One day I will have my revenge on them.

Yeah, seems like a good bar based on how the lifts felt at CrossFitNYC and from what my coach has told me.

Yuen Sohn
06-24-2008, 06:45 AM
2 eggs, sunnyside up
bacon
butter
ketchup
all of the above jammed into two generic English muffins

yogurt
pineapples
strawberries
a cup of Satan's urine from the machine at work

Rating: Yo Fabio, you'd better f*cking believe I use real butter...

Margie Lempert
06-24-2008, 07:56 AM
sips of kombucha
lick of hemp butter
2 extra large eggs, boiled
1 mediterranean chicken sausage link

Rating: Yolktastic. Where's the coop? I need a nap.

sarena kopciel
06-24-2008, 09:28 AM
coffee
couple of homemade beef burgers
l/2 an avocado and 1/2 pear
supps

rating--soreness all over.

Arien Malec
06-24-2008, 10:15 AM
Phase 1: Cappuccino w/ whole milk, 1 1/2 cups nonfat Greek fage, 1 whole egg.
Phase 1: half cup salami, scoop protein powder.

Rating: C-. Marginal effort.

John Alston
06-24-2008, 10:28 AM
Phase 1: Cappuccino w/ whole milk, 1 1/2 cups nonfat Greek fage, 1 whole egg.
Phase 1: half cup salami, scoop protein powder.

Rating: C-. Marginal effort.

You lose a point for using a non-fat product.
You lose another point b/c Fage is available in some wonderfully full fat varieties.

Arien Malec
06-24-2008, 11:01 AM
You lose a point for using a non-fat product. You lose another point b/c Fage is available in some wonderfully full fat varieties.

But ohhh, the protein in 0% Fage. I'd have to eat 2 cups of the full fat to get the same yummy greek protein goodness.

87g of protein before lunch. I shoudda, couldda eaten 2 cups of Fage, and 2 eggs to get me over the 100g mark...

David Osorio
06-24-2008, 08:50 PM
Breakfast:
4 Eggs, 1 Tangelo, Fish Oil, ALA, handful of raw almonds.

Rating: I'm going to sprout the rest of my almonds

sarena kopciel
06-25-2008, 05:41 AM
supps
coffee
2 hard boiled eggs
fresh organic blueberries and strawberries with raw grassfed cream

Rating: Ah, the shear joy and pleasure of home delivered pure cream:)

John Alston
06-25-2008, 06:24 AM
home was a shake and apricots
work it now ham, melon, blueberries, whole milk, coffee.

Rating: cable crossover supersetted with front squats

Xuan Mai Ho
06-25-2008, 06:45 AM
Corned Beef, 3 Mangosteens, a few lychees.

Rating: You rang?

Yuen Sohn
06-25-2008, 10:32 AM
Order has been restored!

Yuen Sohn
06-25-2008, 10:41 AM
Some generic high-fiber breakfast cereal
Milk
Strawberries, blueberries.
The cartman's coffee

Rating: These intense cravings for fried chicken simply cannot be ignored. I'll even settle for some Kennedy's at this point.

Margie Lempert
06-25-2008, 01:35 PM
1 extra large boiled egg.
raw sugar snap peas.
couple of strawberries.
a police report.

Rating: Don't get pickpocketed on the same morning of a fast - interrupts your whole schedule.

Xuan Mai Ho
06-26-2008, 06:19 AM
Corned Beef, Guava (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guava),
Later - More fresh mangosteens (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mangosteen) from Chinatown

Rating: Damn guava seeds!

sarena kopciel
06-26-2008, 06:31 AM
supps
coffee
saute of TJs canned smoked salmon, onions, eggs, and TJs southern greens in coconut oil
sour baby apricot and a few almonds

Rating: Nice but where's the beef?:confused:

John Alston
06-26-2008, 06:36 AM
Boar's Head Ham, whole milk, an orange, and coffee.
Then some more ham (http://www.idylwildefarm.com/images/dinnerham.jpg).

Rating: Kill 'Em All!

Yuen Sohn
06-26-2008, 06:51 AM
Sorry to hear that Margie!

Today: Breakfast Booo-fay!!
Some scrambled eggs
6 or 7 strips of bacon
2 Generic English muffins
2 hashbrowns
yogurt
fresh pineapple
strawberries
a King Cone ice cream treat*
*tragically, not part of the breakfast buffet deal.

Rating: The Dork Knight

Margie Lempert
06-26-2008, 07:00 AM
granola, coffee cake and brownie samples (http://vm.cfsan.fda.gov/~ebam/bam-1.html)
decaf with milk
gum

Rating: post pickpocket pauper's paradise