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Old Thu, Jan-10-08, 14:45
Jonahsafta Jonahsafta is offline
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 248/149.2/148 Female 69 inches
BF:
Progress: 99%
Location: Las Vegas
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Baked chicken
l/c gravy
green beans with butter and almonds
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Old Thu, Jan-10-08, 15:49
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Posts: 197
 
Plan: Modified Atkins
Stats: 276/269/125 Female 63.5 inches
BF:
Progress: 5%
Location: Seattle, WA
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Tonight's dinner is going to be chicken breasts (marinated in an "italian" dressing) cooked on George. I got broccoli on the way home from work as a surprise for my husband - we both love it!!
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Old Thu, Jan-10-08, 16:48
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Posts: 1,256
 
Plan: Atkins
Stats: 300/252.0/170 Female 63 1/2 in
BF:TOO **** HIGH
Progress: 37%
Location: Wyoming, USA
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Tonight me and a LC friend are having Taco Salad:

Spiced ground beef, lettuce, tomatoes, onion, cheese, sour cream, salsa..no chips of any kind.
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Old Thu, Jan-10-08, 18:20
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Plan: LC IF
Stats: 294/279/180 Male 181
BF:
Progress: 13%
Location: Bangkok
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Hamburger cooked with a couple spoons of tomato paste and various herbs, served over a bed of chopped lettuce, a sprinkling of freshly grated parm and a small dollop of mayo on the top! Lots of water along with it.
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Old Thu, Jan-10-08, 18:29
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 372/236.6/199 Female 5' 7"
BF:
Progress: 78%
Location: South Carolina, USA
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Chicken taco Salad - shredded chicken breasts cooked with a little taco seasoning, topped with shredded cheese, a few jalapenos and a dollop of sour cream - over a bed of lettuce, of course
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Old Thu, Jan-10-08, 21:57
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Posts: 39
 
Plan: Carb Addicts
Stats: 289/267/199 Female 56
BF:You know...fluffy!
Progress: 24%
Location: South Jersey
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Last night we ate spinach salad with hot bacon dressing with shrimp. Tonight we had quiche with broccoli, shrimp, mushroon, onion, garlic etc (with old bay). Maybe I should call it Shrimp Bisque quiche?
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Old Thu, Jan-10-08, 22:56
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Plan: General low-carb
Stats: 207/198/145 Female 164cm
BF:
Progress: 15%
Location: South Africa
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Carmen51
Last night was grilled salmon and broccoli-cheese soup.

Broccoli-cheese soup?? Oh, please please share the recipe!!!
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Old Fri, Jan-11-08, 00:59
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Plan: south beach
Stats: 338/288/199 Female 5 foot 7 inches
BF:
Progress: 36%
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Tonight is going to be lean steak and veggies. I'm only going to have a portion the size of my fist and fill up on veggies.
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Old Fri, Jan-11-08, 11:51
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Plan: to take over de world
Stats: 184/153.8/153 Female 5'10"
BF:D
Progress: 97%
Location: Unknown
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Nancy LC
Tonight I was short on the sort of dinner food I usually have so I had some Pate, olives and a bit of goat cheese. Quite nice really!


I end up doing this often... I prefer to eat the bulk of my food in the early hours anyway (I need a huge b'fast) and I tend to do more appetizer style dinners.
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Old Fri, Jan-11-08, 11:58
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Posts: 14,042
 
Plan: Atkins
Stats: 310/297.0/150 Female 5ft 1 in
BF:Of course!! :)
Progress: 8%
Location: Leesburg, FL
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Boneless pork ribs, on top of cabbage, chicken stock, little onion, some spices, and a few sun-dried tomatoes.......cooked in the crock pot for an easy meal.....ready when I get home!!!! Perfect for a Friday, end of week meal.......
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Old Fri, Jan-11-08, 12:19
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Posts: 288
 
Plan: Atkins OWL
Stats: 310/270/220 Male 6'-0"
BF:it is for now
Progress: 44%
Location: Phoenix, AZ
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Garlic shrimp with steamed broccoli
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Old Fri, Jan-11-08, 14:58
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Posts: 149
 
Plan: CKD/Carb Cycling
Stats: 240/231/220 Male 5'7"
BF:19.7%/15.3%/10%
Progress: 45%
Location: Vancouver, B.C.
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Tonight it will be pan seared medium rare ribeye steak, steamed broccoli/cauliflower with melted butter drizzled over, and a nice radicchio salad topped with good old olive oil and fresh ground pepper.
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Old Fri, Jan-11-08, 17:15
Jonahsafta Jonahsafta is offline
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Posts: 1,304
 
Plan: Atkins
Stats: 248/149.2/148 Female 69 inches
BF:
Progress: 99%
Location: Las Vegas
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turkey sausage
alfredo sauce
zucc.

yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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Old Fri, Jan-11-08, 20:12
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Posts: 224
 
Plan: atkins
Stats: 169/162/145 Female 5' 6"
BF:plenty
Progress: 29%
Location: Kansas
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Quote:
Originally Posted by dan's mom
baked salmon steak with a crisp salad. MMM


I've never baked salmon (or cooked it at all). How'd you do yours?
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Old Fri, Jan-11-08, 21:21
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Posts: 3,251
 
Plan: Low Carb
Stats: 216/180/154 Female 168cm
BF:
Progress: 58%
Location: Melbourne, Australia
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alsmez, did you have to cook the chicken before you did all of that at all? I don't much care for chicken (so don't know much about it) but I will be making it in a couple of weeks and that recipe sounds great!

27Peach, the coconut you mention in your dinner, is it the flesh? Cream? Milk? Desicated? Sounds like a great recipe!

For me last night was minced beef mixed with egg and layered along the bottom of the dish, topped with the chunky parts of canned tomato, a bit of cheese, a layer of sliced zucchini and pepper and other yummy herbs. Baked and served. Mmmm Mmm Mmmm. Just as good the next morning after reheating
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