Wednesday, June 18, 2008

What We Had For Lunch

I used to have an internet pen-pal. We weren't very well-suited to each other. She told me I talk like Frasier. (And I didn't even do anything to deserve it!)

Eventually the whole exchange devolved into her writing me every day and telling me what she had for lunch. It was always either a baloney sandwich and chips or a peanut butter & jelly sandwich and chips. She only liked grape jelly. So, I told her what I had for lunch, which was usually a Healthy Choice entree. But I had like 20 different kinds to choose from, see... Eventually, we noticed it was pointless and broke it off.

I hope all the personal stuff on my blog lately hasn't bored you too much! I will try to get back to being interesting as soon as I think of anything interesting. : )

In other news, pics are up!

8 comments:

Sue said...

Well I for one, really enjoyed the stuff about the "You Be the Chemist" contest. I'm interested in anything related to education, especially science education.

By the way, I had a tuna fish sandwich for lunch. He-he! Now if I could only figure out what to do for dinner.

ChefNick said...

I think the personal stuff is the best stuff. I don't want your political opinions on who should be president--I want to know about the dustbunny that refused to be sucked up by the vacuum this morning.

Now THAT's news.

Dinner . . . what a concept. I bought another carton of eggs by mistake, so I imagine it will involve an egg or two. See? Now you have another Internet pal who will bore you to tears with a daily menu.

Qaro said...

LOL! Both of you! Thanks!

BTW I had a ham sandwich and cherries. : )

Sue said...

I forgot, I had cherries too; Mt. Rainer at $7 a pound a one time extravagance. So we were in sync today.

ChefNick said...

I think eggs for breakfast can't be good. At least not every day. But my on-again-off-again girlfriend keeps telling me that Asian pasta is not good. So what do I do?

Frankly, I'm happiest when I'm too upset to eat anything all day. That is a GUARANTEED way to lose weight.

Since I was a kid it's just easiest not to eat anything at all . . .

Qaro said...

Mt. Rainer cherries are more expensive than gasoline!

Even worse, I don't know what I paid for my cherries just that the husband likes them and we've been waiting for the Michigan cherries and the Michigan asparagus.

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Eggs and noodles are both good, just not together! : )

Qaro said...

Darn it! I completely forgot about the existence of egg noodles. There's your compromise food. How about egg noodles with mandarin oranges and a little bit of habenero? (I'm just making this stuff up, don't blame me if it'd bad! : )

ChefNick said...

(Laugh out loud)

Yep, egg noodles exist! Doubly bad for you, I'd imagine.

But since the girlie doesn't eat wheat, even on my lone time (which is a lot) I try not to either, so it's rice or buckwheat. A weird transition, but not that bad.

But eggs and noodles ... I can't believe no one has come up with a pasta omelette. It has to exist . . . or maybe I'll have to make it up.

News to follow at eleven.