Archive for the ‘What I ate for Lunch’ Category

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That, kids, is what I imagine many of you suffered through during your precocious child years and awkward adolescent phase(s) in public school, your last your “oops, I had to have my stomach pumped” hospital stay or perhaps what they served up at the retirement village during grandkids’ day. This celebrated dish is previously frozen salisbury steak with something of a gravy and garlic Cream of Wheat mashed potatoes.

And if you’re not yet convinced that I dine at a desk instead of at the old folks home well, I don’t think this next picture will help things.

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Mmmm. Strawberry sugar free Jello, with the last dredges of some Cool Whip on top. For the 30 year old that longs to run in the 70+ circles. Note the ancient pink Tupperware. Step in the right direction.

Also of note is the leaky plastic Baggie (sorry, the iPad REALLY wants to capitalize Baggie. See?) of dill pickle spears. That thing leaked all over my fridge, desk, etc…and everything all day had the pungent smell of pickle.

Total cost of today’s lunch: 4ish WW points pluses and the last hopes of a wasted youth.

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Today’s lunch is…..drumroll…..a frozen meal. SmartOnes Fettucini Alfredo – 6 points. Grape tomatoes – 0 points.

Smart Ones Fettucini Alfredo

SmartOnes Fettucini Alfredo

What you don’t see is the obscene amount of salt I put on both.

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Well, I’m back on the bandwagon. That’s right, I’m alllllll over Weight Watchers – counting every bit of food and drink that passes my lips, working out like a mofo, politely declining free drinks at concerts, stockpiling Lean Cuisines in my freezer, going to bed at 9 p.m. to wake up at 5 a.m. to work out – even attending Weight Watchers meetings! I guess the goal is to lose about 10-15 pounds, but we’ll see how that goes.

So, dear reader, what does this mean for you? It means a brand-new segment entitled “What I ate for lunch” – a crappy iPad photographic journey of the sometimes delicious, sometimes disgusting, mostly mediocre things I eat for lunch at my desk everyday. What excitement. But it gets back to the heart and soul of this ridiculous food blog – me, eating mostly diet-y lunches at my desk, posting frozen meal reviews, etc… Sometimes it’s good to go back to your roots.

And it starts off with today’s lunch: Starkist Tuna Salad with 34 Degrees Rosemary Crispbread crackers.

starkist tuna salad34 Degrees Rosemary Crispbreads

 

Tuna Salad Crackers

19 of the crackers themselves are 3 points. 19!!!! The tuna salad is 2 points. 5 point lunch, plus some 0 point grapes. Kick ass.

P.S. My New Year’s resolution is to kick ass in 2012.

 

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