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#16 hobglobin

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Posted 01 February 2009 - 10:36 AM

Do U have something personal against doctors? Your meal is kind of repulsive.


Hmmm, apples baked in butter, filled with marmalade and/or raisins and sprinkled with chopped almonds. That's really tasty especially with custard (the latter is not on the image).
And at least more tasty or less repulsive than half-raw eggs.. :)

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#17 casandra

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Posted 01 February 2009 - 12:13 PM

Do U have something personal against doctors? Your meal is kind of repulsive.


Hmmm, apples baked in butter, filled with marmalade and/or raisins and sprinkled with chopped almonds. That's really tasty especially with custard (the latter is not on the image).
And at least more tasty or less repulsive than half-raw eggs.. :)

:rolleyes: But don't doctors recommend an apple a day or is this just an urban myth (or old wives tale)? How did the doctors end up in Chow Time?
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#18 hobglobin

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Posted 01 February 2009 - 12:19 PM

Do U have something personal against doctors? Your meal is kind of repulsive.


Hmmm, apples baked in butter, filled with marmalade and/or raisins and sprinkled with chopped almonds. That's really tasty especially with custard (the latter is not on the image).
And at least more tasty or less repulsive than half-raw eggs.. :rolleyes:

:huh: But don't doctors recommend an apple a day or is this just an urban myth (or old wives tale)? How did the doctors end up in Chow Time?

"An apple every day keeps the doctor away." But I eat 2-3 apples per day, perhaps a toxic amount? Or a carcinogenic dose of pesticides included? :)

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Posted 01 February 2009 - 12:46 PM

Do U have something personal against doctors? Your meal is kind of repulsive.


Hmmm, apples baked in butter, filled with marmalade and/or raisins and sprinkled with chopped almonds. That's really tasty especially with custard (the latter is not on the image).
And at least more tasty or less repulsive than half-raw eggs.. :rolleyes:

:huh: But don't doctors recommend an apple a day or is this just an urban myth (or old wives tale)? How did the doctors end up in Chow Time?

"An apple every day keeps the doctor away." But I eat 2-3 apples per day, perhaps a toxic amount? Or a carcinogenic dose of pesticides included? :)

:huh: ..so now you're blaming the poor apples for your neurosis....a good thing I don't eat them...

My lunch (since I'm still dieting...): a tiny slice of grilled salmon and lots of rabbit food (my front teeth start evolving already.....)
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Posted 01 February 2009 - 12:49 PM

:) ..so now you're blaming the poor apples for your neurosis....a good thing I don't eat them...

My lunch (since I'm still dieting...): a tiny slice of grilled salmon and lots of rabbit food (my front teeth start evolving already.....)

This is the result of the antibiotics and hormone-like compounds in that food :rolleyes:

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#21 casandra

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Posted 01 February 2009 - 01:09 PM

:rolleyes: ..so now you're blaming the poor apples for your neurosis....a good thing I don't eat them...

My lunch (since I'm still dieting...): a tiny slice of grilled salmon and lots of rabbit food (my front teeth start evolving already.....)

This is the result of the antibiotics and hormone-like compounds in that food :huh:

But I eat only organically-grown, really expensive (highway robbery) stuff.....btw, what did you have for lunch and dinner- more apples?.....you're overdosing on pesticides and preservatives dr Hobbes.... :)
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Posted 01 February 2009 - 05:35 PM

Do U have something personal against doctors? Your meal is kind of repulsive.


Hmmm, apples baked in butter, filled with marmalade and/or raisins and sprinkled with chopped almonds. That's really tasty especially with custard (the latter is not on the image).
And at least more tasty or less repulsive than half-raw eggs.. :)

that was full-raw egg. And, it is delicious.

Casandra is dieting? Dieting meaning. . something like diet coke with cheese burger and french fries?

Why is it that anything good in taste always has high calories?
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Posted 01 February 2009 - 10:23 PM

Tempura-soba-natto
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Posted 05 February 2009 - 05:51 AM

Not sure!
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Posted 05 February 2009 - 02:27 PM

Not sure!

yeah, still dieting...so my lunch- greasy pizza and a can of sugary coke (luckily the rabbit food are all wilted..I can't eat wilted food) ....BB, why do you like natto so much? ;)
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Posted 05 February 2009 - 04:21 PM

Not sure!

yeah, still dieting...so my lunch- greasy pizza and a can of sugary coke (luckily the rabbit food are all wilted..I can't eat wilted food) ....BB, why do you like natto so much? :lol:

Not sure why Natto - discovered Natto as the best topping for Okonomiyaki and later have tried with many things - rice/soba/curry. . and I like them. Not kidding, I have one box in dept refrigerator for today :P - icecreams and natto.
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Posted 06 February 2009 - 02:21 AM

Keema Curry - Rice
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Posted 09 February 2009 - 09:38 AM

Home-made Focaccia. It was my fist try, so it didn't looked that good.....although it was very tasty. :lol: :wacko:
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Posted 11 February 2009 - 09:42 AM

Now I'm still at work eating peanut butter with a spoon.
It's pretty expensive here, but I can see why it's so popular oversees.

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#30 gebirgsziege

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Posted 11 February 2009 - 11:55 AM

me still at work too....some chocolate for my metabolism :blink:
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