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leechlake

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I'm eating early tonight.  I started the grill.  I'm putting a chicken leg and thigh on and after about twenty minutes I'm going to turn it over and let it go another twenty minutes.  Five minutes before it's done I'm going to put some frozen veggies in the microwave.  When it's all done I will put it on a plate and eat it.  I may have water with my meal.  I'm excited.

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Some of the " like" haters might not like it but I gave you one, you covered your planned out meal well....LL...me, I'll be starting the electric range for frozen zas. 

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it's part of my new eating program.  I guess you could call it a diet but I call it a lifestyle!  I'm one day in and really one track

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Sometimes it's good to get off track, especially some  threads, but it sounds to me your dialed in, focused at its finest.  Good luck

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We are having chicken breasts. We marinate them in Italian dressing for most of the day and then just grill them on the old Weber. My son and his wife and my two and a half month grandson will be dining with us. We are also having some freshly harvested asparagus and some sort of taters. Our lettuce salads will have a few of the kale leaves and some wild leeks from the woods. I haven't found any morels yet, otherwise they would go really well with this meal.

On topic enough? :lol:

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