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Old 11-19-2008, 09:13 PM   #1
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Wednesday
November 19, 2008

breakfast
2 cheesy bacon wraps from BK

lunch
2.5 fillets of blakened bass
2 fistfuls of (artificial) crabmeat salad

throughout workday
14 oz iced black coffee
24 oz water

dinner
burrito: spinach, mushroom, lettuce (romaine?), pico de gallo, red salsa, sour cream, monterrey jack, spinach tortilla
%15 of chipotle chicken burrito w/ flour tortilla, rice, kidney beans, other burrito stuff

dessert
small Red Mango original flavor w/ pomegranate seeds
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Old 11-20-2008, 07:21 AM   #2
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I've heard that your eating habits are the stuff of legends and that you're one of the most knowledgeable Subject Matter Experts on NYC area hamburgers.

I look forward to your postings.
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Old 11-20-2008, 08:42 AM   #3
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I've heard that your eating habits are the stuff of legends and that you're one of the most knowledgeable Subject Matter Experts on NYC area hamburgers.

I look forward to your postings.
I'm usually a member of the Clean Plate Club, but I wouldn't say it's legendary. Brian D and Robzilla can both put it away as well, and I'm sure others too.

There was a time when I made it a personal mission to seek out the city's best burgers, but a few years ago I took a step back and have since been more or less burgered-out.
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Old 11-20-2008, 10:51 AM   #4
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Old 11-20-2008, 12:56 PM   #5
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Old Simpsons were always the best
I want to change the title of my training log to "I don't know if you heard me counting. I did over a thousand. "
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Old 11-20-2008, 10:29 PM   #6
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Thursday
November 20, 2008

breakfast
skipped

lunch
chicken, chick peas (and peppers), and salad (iceberg and tomatoes?) bought from a lunch truck
seasoned with curry, tzatziki, and hot sauce


throughout workday

8 oz iced black coffee
36 oz water

dinner
@ Dallas BBQ
5 large full honey basted chicken wings
fried cod fillet, fried shrimp and mini crab cakes
tartar sauce and horseradish mayo
baked potato w/ butter and sour cream
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Old 11-22-2008, 09:32 PM   #7
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Friday
November 21, 2008

breakfast
skipped

lunch
lamb (gyro meat), chick peas (and peppers), and salad (iceberg and tomatoes?) bought from a lunch truck
seasoned with curry, tzatziki, and hot sauce

2nd lunch
handful of green beans w/ oil dressing and slivered almonds
1/2 turkey sandwich w/ tomato slice and lettuce (no bread

throughout workday
16 oz tea
at least 24 oz water

happy hour
@ Pound and Pence
1/2 mozzarella stick
1/2 chicken finger w/ dijon sauce
2 pieces of buffalo wings
1 celery stick, 3 carrot sticks

dinner
@ Loreley
kasespaetzle mit speck and side salad
(a little bit of jagerschnitzel and fries)
another side salad
burger w/ grilled tomato and onions, served w/ fries and side salad
1/2 apfelstrudel w/ vanilla sauce

1 mystery shot, 2 jagermeister shots
several more glasses of water
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Old 11-22-2008, 09:40 PM   #8
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Saturday
November 22, 2008

breakfast and lunch
skipped

dinner
@ Noches de Colombia
shared appetizer
plate of sausages and fries
some sort of meat and potato empanada w/ salsa
entree
plate of rice, beans, thin steak, long strip of fried pork (belly?), link of Colombian sausage, 2 pieces of sweet plantains
Didn't finish the rice, only had 3 pieces of fried pork (very heavy, very fatty), and about 20% of the sausage. Took home the pork and sausage for leftovers but gave them away.
also had a bit of tilapia a la criolla and 1/2 a piece of fried plantain
bottle of water

after dinner
small cup of blackberry ice cream (organic?)
egg custard tart
cup of plum tea w/ honey
pint of water
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Old 11-23-2008, 06:39 PM   #9
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Sunday
November 23, 2008

brunch
4 egg omelet w/ 3 slices of ham, cheddar cheese, baby carrots, Brussel sprouts, onion
~5 oz coffee

hockey game
a few sips of water

dinner
3 butter steaks ~9-10 oz total
7 shrimp ~3-4 oz
2 small onions
1/4 lb Brussel sprouts
big handful of trail mix of almond, pistachio, dried cherry, raisin, dried cranberry
handful of grapes
2 cornichons
stick of string cheese (mozzarella/cheddar braid)
2/3 pomegranate
small handful of cashews and more almonds
mini Babybell semisoft cheese
.5L water
2 cups of tea
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Old 11-25-2008, 07:18 AM   #10
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Monday
November 24, 2008

breakfast
from Burger King
sausage, egg & cheese Croissan'wich
2 bacon cheesy wraps
1 small hashbrowns

lunch
from Cafe Exchange
(2 hours after eating breakfast)
small spinach salad with: tuna, bacon, avocado, broccoli, cauliflower, roasted eggplant
a little French artichoke dressing

throughout work day
cup of tea
24 oz water

dinner
from some place in the East Village
pit beef sandwich on rye w/ mustard and grilled onions
Inca corn (salted and buttered/oiled)
3 carrot sticks
tiny container of cole slaw
16 oz diet coke
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