Cooking For Stew

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Cooking for Stew, only for me, otherwise it would be Cooking for Stwo.
Frozen burger patties cooked on a cast iron skillet and seasoned with Cavender’s Greek Seasoning. I placed some bacon in the oven as well then toasted up my Aunt Millie’s Potato Bun added a pat of butter on the buns and then topped with Centrella dijon mustard and a couple squirts of Sriracha.

Collection of items used while making me less hungry.

Collection of items used while making me less hungry.

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Milk Fed Veal

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From the movie Casino: Nicky talks Veal

I grabbed the photo from
http://jonathanlevinegallery.com/

You can tell the difference

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Food Log 7-17-2012 Lunch

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Wake 9am

Breakfast: Strawberry Carnation Breakfast Essentials with fat free milk 80z http://www.carnationbreakfastessentials.com/Products/Powder/Strawberry-Sensation/Nutrition.aspx

Lunch: 11:40am

Starkist Albacore Tuna Lunch to go

http://www.starkist.com/product/ready-made-tuna-salad-lunch-go-albacore

Stew enjoys a tasty snack of Tuna on a cracker.

1 Sweet Potato with 1 dab of butter.

Coffee.

 

1 sweet potato

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Health Log Day 4 2012-07-13

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Wake Up 1pm

Large Ice Tea

5:30pm  Dinner

1 steak burrito fresco

1 black bean burrito

6pm worked out

 

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Shrimp and Oysters yummy

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According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Nutrient Database, a serving of six raw oysters contains approximately 57 calories. Proteins provide the majority at 24 calories, while fats deliver 18 calories and carbohydrates offer 15 calories.

Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/304532-calories-in-fresh-oysters/#ixzz20XKF0dr7

Basic Nutrient Values

One serving of shrimp cocktail includes about six large shrimp, which is about 1 oz. or 33g, 3 tbsp. of commercially prepared seafood cocktail sauce and 1 tbsp. of lemon juice. This yields a 97g serving size and provides about 109 calories, 0.4g of fat, no saturated fat, 7.8g of protein, 18.4g of carbohydrates, 16.6g of sugar, 64mg of cholesterol and 759mg of sodium. Shrimp cocktail is a source of high-quality protein, as well as certain vitamins and minerals, but the cocktail sauce is high in sodium and sugar and shrimp naturally contains some sodium.

 

Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/315109-nutrition-information-for-shrimp-cocktail/#ixzz20XKZGN9z

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Food Log day 3 2012-07-12

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Wake up 10am

Nutrition Facts & Personalize It – Wendys. 820 calories 50 protein 40 fat 66 carbs

3 Jr. Bacon Cheese Burgers No Cheese No Mayo No buns

1 baked potato with chives no sour cream no butter

Large iced tea no sugar

Dinner: 7pm

Dozen Oyters on the half shell and 5 shrimp in a shrimp cocktail

Snack: 10:45pm 4 square pizza slices.

10 lite beers

Bed 330am

 

 

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Food Log Day Two 7-11-2012

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Wake up 8:05 AM

2 8oz glasses V8 original

Breakfast: 9:10 AM

Blueberry Banana Nut Oatmeal with walnuts

1 large black coffee

LUNCH 11:30 AM

Fuddruckers 2/3 pound mushroom swiss burger pickles, jalepenos, onions, tomatoes, 3 oz order of fries

3 12 oz diet sodas/ zero calorie sodas.

Dinner 9pm

Chicken Breast grilled

Steamed corn squash green beans

Tomato

4 miller lite pints

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Food Log Day One 7-10-2012

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Breakfast 6:15 AM:

1 8oz glass of V8 High Fiber

1 Dunkin Donuts Smart Egg White Turkey Sausage Flatbread Sandwich

1 XL Black Coffee Dunkin Donuts

Lunch 12:35 PM:

1 Ultimate Chicken Grill Fillet

1 Baked Potato with Chive

1 Medium Diet Coke

Dinner 5pm:

1/2 Turkey Bacon Ranch no may wheat sub sandwich Firehouse Subs

4 pints miller lite

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