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MarkThornbury

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I'm really gonna try...I'm working on it, and there may be great potential, so here's hoping...!


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Great!  We're on for this Sunday!  There will be 2 in my group.  No BBQ?  Nothing greasy or sticky?  Carrot sticks for all!

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anyone have a camping stove??

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omobob

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I drive a Pontiac that runs a little hot... so you can just wrap your food in foil & put it under the hood... twice around the block... voila!

SteveBrodie

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Im bringing BBQ food no matter what  We might have to warm it up on your radiator, but were having BBQ.

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Diet Coke or Pepsi. lettuce, carrots, celery, green bell peppers, pickling cucumbers(only), baked, steamed, or mashed potatoes, french fries, potato pancakes, spaghetti with tomato sauce,garlic bread, wheat bread, onion buns, peanut butter, chow mein (Panda only), vegetarian vegetable soup, popcorn, potato chips, fritos, cheetos,tortilla chips, chocolate chip cookies, snickers bars (a variety of chocolate candy bars), roasted almonds, roasted mixed nuts, canned or frozen peas & greenbeans (cooked), m&m's w/peanuts, large glass of HOT water with meals only....... I think this was everything.
Oh! and Clausen's dill pickles! (only Clausens)

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Barb

I thought you told me spaghetti.  Thats it, BBQ spaghetti..  Anyway, see there's alot of hot food in that list


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Ted liked to put lettuce, peanut butter & potato chips on an onion bun. We could make that & BBQ it. (well, bbq the onion buns)
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The problem with bbq speggetti is placed the wrong way on the grill, it falls right through, so I'll come up with something else to BBQ

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A Ted meal... Peanut butter sandwich, Fritos, Bell pepper and a diet coke sounds right.


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OMG! The list of foods in Ted's diet is quite amusing. Notice the only protein is nuts and peanut butter.

BTW, i got a couple of emails from Cathy Segal-Garcia. We may see her on Sunday too.


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LeonWhite

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The tarzana guitarist diet - loose weight in your choice of keys and meters . . .
Barb that's more variety then I ever saw him chomp - I'm glad to hear it.  I believe the diet coke was only a selected vintage year though, as he often brought it with him to our house

Dan, the product pix are great - now I can just take the forum with me to the market to shop . .

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Steve, I had the same problem with the spaghetti til I turned the grill 90 degrees.  Of course the hot dogs fall through then, but you can't have everything. 
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omobob

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you must have turned it to the left instead of the right...

barbarafranklin

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Also add to Ted's food list fresh corn on the cob, frozen & canned corn. and an occasional spoonful of my ice cream.
Eating was a solitary experience for Ted, he preferred to eat & read with minimal conversation. That's how he derived the most enjoyment from a meal.
Obviously restaurants were out except for extenuating circumstances; he would go but rarely eat anything there.
Ted was much more comfortable when no one mentioned anything about his eating habits - he had had enough "comments"about that.
BTW - I've developed the same habits as Ted - at least that is my preference.

Therefore we should all sit by ourselves when we eat - don't forget to bring a book.



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