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Old 03-06-2009, 03:12 AM
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As I sit here eating and reading the forums



Oh well, it's just Cajun salmon and broccoli



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yeah, we're a bunch of fat bodies. our food is so good and our entertainment is even better. that's a bad combo if we're to be eating more sensibly and staying active.
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Old 03-06-2009, 03:23 AM
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Oh well, it's just Cajun salmon and broccoli
it's ok, it's not like you have melted butter or cheese on it.
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Little bit of butter, NO cheese. I'm not really a cheesy person
Of course I've about polished of a bottle of wine completely. Is that bad?



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Old 03-06-2009, 03:38 AM
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Little bit of butter, NO cheese. I'm not really a cheesy person
Of course I've about polished of a bottle of wine completely. Is that bad?
wine is fine unless you believe the article Danelle posted about it causing cancer

as for butter, it's ok too but don't expect to see your abs if you keep it up.
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Oh well, it's just Cajun salmon and broccoli [/QUOTE]


did you make it? i dont do fish well, but that sounds good. O my sweet Michelle how did you prepair the meal???? i bet i got a smile out of that line...
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We ought to post some of our good, healthy recipes.

I like to put a little coarse sea salt and pepper or lemon pepper on my salmon and then sear it on the stove just for a couple of minutes (that helps to keep the white stuff from the natural oils that comes to the surface during baking from forming) and then bake at 325 for about 15/20minutes. Delicious!

I love to steam my broccoli 'til it's tender but not mushy and then put a little salt/pepper and just a little butter made with olive oil and Butter Buds. Yum!
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What a dork Matt You just go to Trader Joe's and all their stuff is ready to go. It's healthy and tasty and...wait...you don't have one in Hillsboro. I know, I've been there. Come see me in Nor Cal. I'll take you there...



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Oh well, it's just Cajun salmon and broccoli

did you make it? i dont do fish well, but that sounds good. O my sweet Michelle how did you prepair the meal???? i bet i got a smile out of that line...[/QUOTE]
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We had a recipe thread in the old forum woodshed. Go make a new one. We need it around here



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We ought to post some of our good, healthy recipes.

I like to put a little coarse sea salt and pepper or lemon pepper on my salmon and then sear it on the stove just for a couple of minutes (that helps to keep the white stuff from the natural oils that comes to the surface during baking from forming) and then bake at 325 for about 15/20minutes. Delicious!

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Michelle? Cook?
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