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Old 09-12-2012, 12:08 PM   #1
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Default lunch today homeade whole wheat sammy with oats and sunflower seeds avacodo and tom

So good on the side pickled dill zuchinni sammy has turkey and homeade canned pepprrs
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Sounds like alot of effort. I have a honey glazed turkey sammich on wheat bread, side of red grapes, sargento string cheese, and pepperidge farms gold fishes. Mmmmm mmmm good, stuff right there. O*D*W
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Sounds good bubba just knowing my wife cares enough makes it better
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smoked salman [done on the green egg ] blended with thousand island dressing then cupped into half a french bread with all the soft bread dug out first.
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Both of your lunches sound all gourmet style. Makes my lunch seem less cool....

Damn you turkey sammy!!
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smoked salman [done on the green egg ] blended with thousand island dressing then cupped into half a french bread with all the soft bread dug out first.
That sounds tasty. Where did the salmon come from
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Both of your lunches sound all gourmet style. Makes my lunch seem less cool....

Damn you turkey sammy!!
You had grapes ;(
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That sounds tasty. Where did the salmon come from
I use the already skinned and boned frozen salmon from Walmart which is $5 a Lb in the bag. [ 4 pieces ] I use 3 bags.
it is the best deal per pound IMO I have found.
I have used the fresh from Joe Patties but do not like the skin or thickness , etc besides the price.
Walmart does have the whole fillets but do the math and the skinless in the bag is the better deal
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