Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Project EAT: Turkey Burgers

Tonight we have previously frozen turkey burgers (for how long? don't ask) flavored with a BBQ seasoning packet (how long have I had it? don't ask), and very recently purchased colby cheese. These may be delicious or they may gross, but I won't know until tomorrow when I have one for lunch. But regardless of how they taste (I think), that's two less frozen turkey burgers in my freezer, suckas (just kidding)!

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Monday, November 29, 2010

Project EAT: Pasta and Sausage

I had the very last of any Thanksgiving food for lunch so it was time to make a real meal for dinner. Here we have spaghetti, hot turkey sausage, and yummy pasta sauce.

I would also like to share a newly discovered weight loss trick. Ready? Make really spicy food (I put jalapeños in the sauce) so that you have to drink lots of water... and before you know it: you're full! (Of water.)

I know. I'm clever. You can thank me later. :)

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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Project EAT: Pasta

I have a sneaking suspicion that pasta may be a mainstay during the next few weeks. I have so much of it. I also have a few jars of sauce and some sausage, but I didn't feel like putting forth that effort this morning, so buttery noodles it is. Breakfast of champions...

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Saturday, November 27, 2010

Project EAT: Salad

Today I am kicking off Project EAT, which is essentially eating all of the food out of my apartment before I move. The day started fine, I ate the last of my salad and then Thanksgiving leftovers for an early dinner. I still have plenty of food, but I failed to realize that I have absolutely no snacks. None. No chips (which isn't unusual), no triscuits (for shame!), no popcorn... nothing. About five minutes ago I started feeling hungry and went into full panic mode. I'm currently baking the last ten tater-tots from my freezer to snack on, and ate one slice of cheese.

I should note that there's one exception: I am allowed to buy as much bread and milk as I want. I love milk and don't want to give that up, and with bread I can work my way through the peanut butter and jelly/jam/honey/etc. I might need another exception of $5 per week allowance to buy something new, but I'd prefer not to do that. I can't decide... but it's only day one and I've got serious munchies. Damn it.

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Friday, November 19, 2010

BBJ Edge

Do you subscribe to the Baltimore Business Journal? If so, pick up today's copy (November 19, 2010) and flip to the Edge section. There you will find a lovely article entitled "Priceless or Paperweight?" (Adam Stone) and a photo of yours truly.

You know, when the photographer (Nicholas Griner) came out to snap a few shots of me a few weeks back, he showed me a few of the photos he took and they were super cute! So why they chose this silly one, I really don't know. Maybe to show my dorky side? Maybe to balance the oh-so-serious photo of Mr. Rainey right above me? Not sure. Oh, well... how vain can I be anyway? (Pretty vain, it seems.)


Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Antonio's New Nicknames

Antonio has a long history of nicknames, including:

Weiner Dog

... and so on. But recently I've added a few others to the list which, I believe, are particularly creative.

Mr. T (pity the fool!)
Frankenbelly (for obvious reasons)
Office Depot (because Staples was too obvious)


Friday, November 05, 2010

"He's also interested in bowling."

If you know what I'm talking about... you'll snicker when you read this. Oh, joy.