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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #40650 on: May 29 14 04:32 »
Made a stir fry with part of the roast beef.  Its an improvement on the roast beef.  Cut into small strips makes the beef a little more tender.  I was going to add rice, but the tiny bits of rice would make it harder to swallow.  The vegetables are perfectly tender crisp.  Topped it off with tea and cream, no sugar.
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #40651 on: May 29 14 06:04 »
I had three chocolate chip and pecan cookies as soon as they came out of the oven.  Then I wasn't hungry for lunch.
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« Reply #40652 on: May 29 14 06:58 »
Two take-out samosas with chickpea curry on top.  Took it to my afternoon class.
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #40653 on: May 29 14 07:00 »
Hi Lil Me !!!!!  So nice to see you. =)
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« Reply #40654 on: May 29 14 07:09 »
Nice to see you too!
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #40655 on: May 29 14 11:32 »
I'm so glad to be back>  And to have friends that remember me is the icing on the cake.  I had a salad with roast beef strips in it, with Greek dressing.
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #40656 on: May 30 14 10:19 »

Study at home day today.

Early lunch of toast, ham and mustard while fighting with equations.  (not an exciting battle...)






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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #40657 on: May 30 14 03:36 »
I'm betting you won the battle with the equations.  I cheer your triumphs!
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #40658 on: May 30 14 07:16 »
Falafel sandwich later followed by a pint at a local pub with a friend.




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« Reply #40659 on: May 30 14 07:27 »
Sounds like you are really enjoying life in Montreal.  Are there a lot of food trucks in Montreal in the business district the way there are here?
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #40660 on: May 31 14 11:03 »
Coffee and a walk in the sunshine.


Hmmm.  Falalfel sounds good.  Maybe will fry some for dinner tomorrow.
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #40661 on: May 31 14 11:37 »
Nachos.
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #40662 on: May 31 14 01:48 »
Late lunch today.  BBQ chicken and potato salad, courtesy of WalMart.
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #40663 on: May 31 14 05:39 »
Coffee and a steamed chicken bun.
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #40664 on: May 31 14 07:33 »
Sounds like you are really enjoying life in Montreal.  Are there a lot of food trucks in Montreal in the business district the way there are here?

I have enjoyed my life here to an extent. My living situation hasn't been the greatest, but I'm moving to my own place tomorrow, so I'm rather excited about this. Hopefully the insomnia goes away.

Food trucks. Funny you should mention. They are around downtown but only during the summer. I haven't given them a try. Montreal had zero food trucks until three mayors ago this time last year. The anglophone mayor who was arrested for corruption around the time of Rob Ford's crack tape passed a by-law legalizing food trucks.

Nearly every borough seems to close its main commercial street in order to have a street fair during the summer months. St. Laurent and Mont-Royal in the Plateau, Masson in Rosemont, St Hubert around Jean Talon Metro, Eglise in Verdun come to mind; Ontario in the gay village is permanently closed during the summer months) and has a street fair every weekend from now until Labour Day.
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