Friday, April 25, 2014

Friday Question: What's for Lunch?

Today, I'm still sorting and tossing paper work.  I'm up to eight well-packed big bags of shreds. Whew.  Feels good.

Anyway, I just stopped for lunch.  Leftover mash and sausage, ginger peach tea, and grapes for dessert.  Not sure about supper yet. 

What's on your plate?

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  1. Bundás kenyér was on my plate :))) and paradicsomleves :)

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    1. Thank you for using the Hungarian words.

      You know, Mamam made the best French toast and tomato leves. Though I often ate her palacsinta with the tomato soup. I don't know why, but I really dug that combo.

      I miss cooking with her. She had the best kitchen. Just the most fun, ever.

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    2. that's how we call it here in Vojvodina too :) Bundas kenyer has always been one of my fave foods. It's a tradition to eat palacsinta with paradicsomleves here as well! Or with sajtas teszta :)

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    3. That is very cool.

      I am most jealous that you live so close to Mamam's homeland.

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  2. I eat light for lunch. Today it's nuts, grapes and cheese.

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    1. I love lunches like that as well. So good. I also like breakfast light like that sometimes as well. When I'm not eating waffle sticks.

      Did you get a good bunch of grapes? Our local Aldi had some nice ones this past week. A buck a pound, which thrilled me.

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    2. Yeah I did. But the only grapes here that have any flavour are the white. The reds and the purples are hard and tasteless.

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    3. Oh, white? I've never had a white grape. I've had a pretty light green, but never a white. Now I want to try one of those.

      I love hearing what you are all eating.

      Thanks for stopping back and boogie boogie.

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  3. Not sure. Pan seared Salmon or roast chicken breast?

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    1. Oh my goodness. They both sound excellent. Been forever and a day, since I've eaten good salmon. I miss it.

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  4. Oh Dear I went with a traditional full English breakfast, felt like it was time to blow out for once.

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    1. Nothing like a good blow out. I've never had the chance to eat a proper full English breakfast but based on what I've seen, I would enjoy it.

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  5. Gonna catch a chicken 'n beef stirfry from the Edo Japan fast food outlet.

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    1. Chicken 'n beef together? I've never had that. Sounds good though. I love hearing what you're all eating.

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  6. Same as every work week - sandwich, apple, pretzels, food bar...

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    1. The same sandwich each day, or do you change up the innards?

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  7. For lunch, nothing special. For dinner, pasta and a Gardein Chick'n scallopini (vegan) with a nice Bordeaux. [sigh] Fed, fat, dumb and tired.

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    1. Fed, fat, dumb and tired. Now that's a blog post title that I just might have to steal.

      Happy Weekend :-)

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  8. Missed lunch and not sure about dinner. I almost never plan ahead.

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    1. I never got my butt in the kitchen so we ordered a pizza. I didn't even get to make dough today. For shame, for shame.

      Hope whatever you had was yummy.

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  9. Sald for lunch (mixed greens, white mushrooms, hard-boiled eggs and mozarella cheese).

    For dinner, I'd planned a pan of lasagna and garlic bread, but it's already 86 degrees here. Too hot to have the oven on!

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    1. Nothing like a good salad. Feta for me. That's the only cheese I like on salad. Tim though, will eat pretty much any kind of cheese on his salad.

      So I'm guessing not to much baking in Texas during the summer, eh?

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  10. Chicken parmigiana on a roll from my Italian deli for tonight....

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  11. Sounds like a great lunch. I had leftovers; chicken rice and mashed potatoes. I prefer light lunches, but hubby and I decided to finish off the leftovers or else toss them. I hate tossing out food. It's such a shame.

    I should start cleaning up my paperwork, too. I have files and files of old bills and stuff that are no longer necessary. Cleaning all that up would be a great project for a rainy day.

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    1. That's what we like to do as well. Eat up the leftover bits. That's why I went the mash, it needed gobbled up.

      You have a lot of paperwork stuff to, eh? Oy. So much. I've got it down to piles that make sense now. Taking a break today (now Saturday).

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  12. lunachable, chips, a two snacks for something quick and easy to bring to work.

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  13. Well, it's breakfast time here. I had a bowl of Trix. But, yesterday I had a yogurt. I can't behave ALL the time =P

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    1. I am picky about my yoghurt, but I do enjoy it. Thinking about learning to make my own.

      Happy Saturday.

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