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Discussion in 'Food & Drinks' started by Lon Tanner, Apr 30, 2020.
I had half an avocado with onion salt on it.
Another good pic, Lon. Hold the bacon, poppy seeds, blue cheese, and I'll dig right in! I do prefer sweet onions to red onions, though.
One thing for sure, Lon, you really, really love the meals they serve you there! Numerous threads showing each.
Cody, Living in a situation such as Lon does, meals and arrival of mail are probably the main mileposts of the day.
Living in a facility, no matter how swanky,comes with rules and restrictions, especially in these times of Corona. Social interactions are way down and the simple becomes the highlights.
Lon, what does your Senior Center call that colorful potpourri?
True ..but we don't need a new thread for each meal
What did you have?
Nothing you eat is "Healthy".
Only living things are Healthy.
What you eat is "Healthful",such a this Halupki, a Ukrainian dish made with Ground Beef, Rice, Tomato Sauce, and wrapped in a large Cabbage Leaf. Some call them "Pigs in Blankets".
I like half a sliced avocado on wheat bread, well salted. (Sliced longitudinally, not equatorially)
I keep a supply of Popeye's fried chicken (spicy) in my freezer...I stock up when I get a coupon.
I got a taste for a fried chicken sandwich today, so I heated up a piece and put the crispy skin & meat on a bun with a mixture of mayo/mustard/honey.
Great, Lon! Even though I'm a strict Vegan, I really enjoy your pics of the creative dishes and platings at your place. You have a true talent.
Good eats Lon. When you get some time, I would like know what the payment arrangement is for your accommodations; amounts not necessary. Is it lump sum or pay as you go? It could be in some of our futures.
@Lon Tanner ..maybe you could just list your lunches on this thread Lon instead of creating new one everyday? to hard to keep up.
Gives me something to do Gloria. Read what you like.