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    Normally we eat a feast of seafood and salad on Sundays but today I'm thinking soy sausage hot dogs with the lot

    During the week is mainly sandwiches or toasties. My child isn't a big lunch girl.

    After reading this thread though I now feel like 2min noodles god I use to love them when I was younger. I use to crack a beaten egg in it. Yum !

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    We rarely have lunch on weekends but today I'm really craving a kebab so my husband is picking it up on the way home as he's been out for a while

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    For work usually antipasto - cold meat, cheese, or tuna, veggie sticks, olives, tomato & crackers & fresh fruit. Today fresh figs, cherries & nectarine from our tree. Simple things in life.

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    I'm not a huge sandwich person so today had sliced ham, cheese, blueberries, raspberries and banana on a plate.

    Other things I eat. salad with boiled eggs or chicken

    crackers with ham cheese Tom/turkey/Vegemite and cheese etc

    leftovers

    pasta


 

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