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    Omg!! I should not have made this thread.... My lamb & barley soup blended with baby spinach is not going to cut it tonight!!!
    Write yourself a list to reward yourself as you recover enough to eat real foods. You can choose the easiest to eat first and go from there. Gotta try out that great new jaw of yours

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    Breakfast - Egg fo yung (sp?)

    Lunch - Honey king prawns & noodles

    Dinner - Sweet and sour pork & fried rice

    Luurve Chinese food

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    Breakfast - eggs florentine with smoked salmon
    Lunch - dumplings or sushi or yum cha
    Dinner - seafood platter and wine

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    Oh so hard to decide!!!

    Breakfast - Cinnamon rolls (rarely have them!)

    Lunch - Spinach & ricotta cannelloni (home made) or veg lasagne (home made)

    Dinner - I cant decide... but probably an authentic peanut satay chicken breast & veg stirfry with steamed rice and prawn crackers

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    Breakfast - eggs florentine with smoked salmon
    Lunch - dumplings or sushi or yum cha
    Dinner - seafood platter and wine
    👍 We should go out some time!

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    Breakfast - corn & zucchini fritters from a particular cafe in Sydney with a side of crispy bacon.

    Lunch - herb crumbed chicken schnitzel on turkish with cheese, baby spinach, and sweet chilli sauce and a side of chips with aoli

    Dinner - breads with good quality olive oil to start, crispy skin barramundi with yummy buttery veggies for main, and a cheese platter to finish.

    My favourite at-home foods are DH's slow cooked tikka, nachos, my mushroom risotto and I have a bit of a thing for beef stroganoff at the moment.

    All the above certainly beats the pretzels and coke zero I had for dinner tonight!

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    Brekky: eggs Benedict but on corn fritters instead of muffins. God I can't wait for poached eggs and hollandaise sauce again.

    Lunch: toasted roast chicken wrap with hummus and salad..

    Dinner: my Moroccan lamb with Roast Veges, cous cous and tzatziki

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    Brekky - French toast with tomato sauce

    Lunch - my mums Mac and cheese

    Dinner - my minestrone soup with a ham hock in it.

    Hmmmm yum!

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    B: turkish bread, olives, feta cheese, sujuk, tea

    L: chicken Parma with veggies and crisp hot chips

    D: absolutely gotta be Indian food! !! Entree of tandoori chicken/veg pakora, main of Chicken madras with vegetable pilau and garlic naan.

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    Breakfast - soft poached eggs and mushrooms on toast

    Lunch - sushi

    Dinner - pizza


 

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