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    fluff, rice cakes + pb2 + sf smuckers + 400g. broc****


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    ^^^looks magically delicious!

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    Giant bowl of Reese Puffs, Cookie Crisp, Fiber One, two cups of FFGY, and two cups of almond milk. Fit it comfortably into my cutting macros. feelsrealgood.jpg

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    Had a cheat this evening, and it was definitely planned.

    BBQ chicken pizza from Jeff's Pizza. Had 4 pieces.


    $$


    Dessert: huge piece of cannoli cake from The Cafe, local place literally right down the street from us. They make some of the best desserts/baked goods I have ever had. Piece in the back is raspberry cream cheese coffee cake - ended up going half and half cannoli/coffee cake w/ the wife:


    Coffee cake:


    Feeling GOOD right now. Did this fit my macros? Dont know/don't care.

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    Originally Posted by flinkpoyd01 View Post
    Feeling GOOD right now. Did this fit my macros? Dont know/don't care.
    You will now most likely die
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    man, we get all the boring ones. Those sound great, not sure how I feel about their PR stunts though
    http://www.chocablog.com/news/magnum...blicity-stunt/
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    Originally Posted by Ubernit View Post
    salami pizza(my best one so far)
    also went to mcdonalds and tried the magnum brownie mcflurry, delish
    What changes to the pizza did you make?
    Jealous of the magnum mcflurry!
    Originally Posted by Shazriki View Post
    Oven-baked chicken with rice, cream of mushroom soup, mushroom, broc****, onion, Caprice des dieux cheese
    NICE!
    Sorry, how did you go about making this one. Just throw it all in and bake?
    Originally Posted by TH611 View Post
    The Mountville Meltdown:

    So damn close. Felt like a bitch for not being able to finish it, but those huge chunks of Reese's were just too much.
    Awesome dude, but really couldn't finish just the last bit?
    Originally Posted by cyde View Post
    Whipped up a Sunday lunch for my girl. Grilled cod fish over sauteed spinach with a sun dried tomato cream sauce, and bacon mac'n'cheese on the side.
    Nice meal mate.
    Originally Posted by silly_sally808 View Post
    got 2500 calories to eat...

    thinking between 2 double downs to fit in macros, a ton of ice cream, giant bowl of oats...dunno what do
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    Originally Posted by flinkpoyd01 View Post
    Had a cheat this evening, and it was definitely planned.


    Feeling GOOD right now. Did this fit my macros? Dont know/don't care.
    Wow. Just wow. That pizza looks legit.

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    I was tired of paying $6/jar locally for PB&Co Cinnamon Raisin so I decided to try and make my own. I honestly didn't think I could make anything as good but I thought it might be comparable. I WAS WRONG. This is the best peanut butter I have ever tasted and it was cheap as $hit to make.


    Bought peanuts, raisins, and raw sugar....I had the cinnamon on hand

    Threw the peanuts in the food processor, this is about one pulse worth

    Turned it on for about 4 minutes

    Stopped to scrape down the sides and pour some sugar+cinnamon in. After about another minute or so I added a little Canola oil to make it more spreadable

    All peanut buttery and delicious

    Toasted a whole wheat sandwich thin and put some fresh (still warm from being in the food processor) cinnamon peanut butter then put raisins on top. For the rest that I put in a jar, I mixed the raisins in I was just so excited to try it I put it on the bread before I could mix the raisins in. Seriously...SOOOO money and it cost me about $2 to make (and the amount is more than what comes in the 16oz PB&co jar.
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    two asian veggie, refried bean, jalapeno omelettes

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    homemade "red velvet" yogurt with blackberries

    baked steel cut oats topped with marshmallow meringue acidentally burned the top but it tasted great

    blueberry bran muffin made these last night and damn are they ever good

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    Originally Posted by snrygo;682180311[b
    baked steel cut oats topped with marshmallow meringue[/b] acidentally burned the top but it tasted great

    blueberry bran muffin made these last night and damn are they ever good
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    Originally Posted by The Prime Nip View Post
    And the biggest catfish I've ever seen
    Originally Posted by viridian View Post
    Where are you from thats the biggest catfish youve seen??

    My family caught one out of our pond a few years ago that is easily 4 feet long... and thats our POND. I know there are bigger in Kentucky Lake and Reelfoot.
    I'm with her! lol... I live not so far from the Cape Fear river... home of some MONSTER cats here in NC.

    Originally Posted by TH611 View Post
    The Mountville Meltdown:

    -Just under a gallon of ice cream, Reese's Cups, Butterfinger, Sprinkles, Chocolate Syrup, Whipped Cream, and Cherries


    So damn close. Felt like a bitch for not being able to finish it, but those huge chunks of Reese's were just too much.
    Maybe I am missing something... you ate 98.3% of it and couldn't eat ONE MORE bite? I am hoping that you didn't fail some sort of competition and had to pay for it. I'm assuming you had to pay either way so the extra motivation wasn't there...

    Originally Posted by oats_addict View Post
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    Originally Posted by haveyourmile View Post
    I was tired of paying $6/jar locally for PB&Co Cinnamon Raisin so I decided to try and make my own. I honestly didn't think I could make anything as good but I thought it might be comparable. I WAS WRONG. This is the best peanut butter I have ever tasted and it was cheap as $hit to make.
    Toasted a whole wheat sandwich thin and put some fresh (still warm from being in the food processor) cinnamon peanut butter then put raisins on top. For the rest that I put in a jar, I mixed the raisins in I was just so excited to try it I put it on the bread before I could mix the raisins in. Seriously...SOOOO money and it cost me about $2 to make (and the amount is more than what comes in the 16oz PB&co jar.
    Congrats on the peanut butter! Looks really good

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    Originally Posted by foodpr0n View Post
    What changes to the pizza did you make?
    none
    just hit the dough PERFECTLY timing wise(+ the green onion fit in really well)
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    Originally Posted by foodpr0n View Post
    Awesome dude, but really couldn't finish just the last bit?
    Originally Posted by NaLLa8705 View Post
    Maybe I am missing something... you ate 98.3% of it and couldn't eat ONE MORE bite? I am hoping that you didn't fail some sort of competition and had to pay for it. I'm assuming you had to pay either way so the extra motivation wasn't there...
    Believe me, I wanted to finish it, but I was at the point where nothing else was going down. The chunks of Reese's look small compared to the bowl, but they were actually pretty damn big. And after you've just eaten a gallon of ice cream + toppings, something as rich as Reese's is not very inviting. But saying that...I did try to force them down, which resulted in everything else coming back up.

    I would've gotten a free t-shirt, my picture on the wall, and it would have been free. No worries though, I'll get it next time.

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    Posted the same pic twice
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    My first shot at overnight oats:


    Chicken and iceberg salad mix on a whole wheat pita (with barbecue sauce on the side):


    Homemade banana bread, without bananas:



    Ingredients list for the banana bread (in no particular order):

    2 tsp Cinnamon (spice)
    1/4 cup Granulated Sugar
    2 tbsp Pure Vegetable Oil
    1/4 cup Vermont Maid Syrup Sugar Free
    2 tsp Baking Powder
    1 tsp Baking Soda
    1 cup All-purpose White Flour
    1 package Sugar Free Banana Cream Instant Pudding
    1 cup Splenda
    1 egg
    1/2 cup water

    Bake at 350F for 20-25 minutes in a 9 x 9 inch pan.

    I cut this into four pieces.

    Macros (per piece):

    Calories 291
    Total Fat 8.13g
    Total Carbohydrate 51g
    Protein 4.5g

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    Originally Posted by haveyourmile View Post
    I was tired of paying $6/jar locally for PB&Co Cinnamon Raisin so I decided to try and make my own. I honestly didn't think I could make anything as good but I thought it might be comparable. I WAS WRONG. This is the best peanut butter I have ever tasted and it was cheap as $hit to make.
    Great stuff on the PB, I'm doing the same next week. As soon as this cut is over (this weekend) I have something super amazing planned for homemade PB. Can't wait, I'll be sure to post!
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    Greek Chicken with Sour Cream Based Sauce, Falafel, Couscous, Peas



    Pretzel Filled Waffles topped with Myofusion Chocolate Sludge


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    french toast w/ wf pancake & choco syrup + scrambles eggs w/turkey & beef sausage


    what can i say? I'm a pizza guy


    burger topped with cheese then egg


    Money shot!






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    Originally Posted by YoMoMsB View Post
    french toast w/ wf pancake & choco syrup + scrambles eggs w/turkey & beef sausage

    what can i say? I'm a pizza guy

    burger topped with cheese then egg

    Money shot!

    goodnight sweet prince!
    That is one mean looking burger. And nice way to top it all off!

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    Originally Posted by cyde View Post
    Whipped up a Sunday lunch for my girl. Grilled cod fish over sauteed spinach with a sun dried tomato cream sauce, and bacon mac'n'cheese on the side.


    Hah I thought you were going to grill me for using FF cheese on the other pizza. Maybe deep into contest prep I could trick myself into believing it was a legit slice.
    nah I let you slide, you've proven yourself quite the cook. Plus ricotta, cottage cheese, etc. get sort of a pass on the fat free thing. Part skim mozzarella is acceptable as well.

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    So I’m taking a trip out to Yellowstone National Park and , of course, I’m going to sample the eats!!!

    First day here stopped at the recommended local cheap burger joint “Billy’s Giant Burgers”
    The burgers were ½ lb’ers of 80/20 fresh ground beef. The veggies were fresh but not “just now cut” fresh, the buns were buttered and grilled, could’ve been grilled longer but they were good. Overall fantastic place for the price, may stop back again when I’m in Jackson Hole later on the return.




    Second up “Mountain High Pizza”, a pricey but highly recommended really small pizza place. I went with two friends we each ordered a small pizza (9” I think).

    Mine: The Californian: Pesto base with artichoke, sliced almonds, fresh mozzarella and feta cheese.



    Friend 1: Thai Chicken Pizza: Thai/BBq sauce base with roasted peanuts, diced chicken, and thiny sliced onion.



    Friend 2: Forgot the name of this one: Artichoke, sliced tomatoes, feta cheese on a white sauce base sprinkled with fresh basil

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    Nightcap:


    Jackson Really is a beautiful town (Pic taken from atop a giant hill/ mini mountain that I trekked a few hours up to take some nice shots of the town with new camera )

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    I've repeated this plate for the past 3 days and I still don't get tired, yesterday I switched the mixture up a bit and used the chili for burritos instead. I need to find my usb cable though and I'll post all of the other pictures up.

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    Originally Posted by haveyourmile View Post
    I was tired of paying $6/jar locally for PB&Co Cinnamon Raisin so I decided to try and make my own. I honestly didn't think I could make anything as good but I thought it might be comparable. I WAS WRONG. This is the best peanut butter I have ever tasted and it was cheap as $hit to make.

    Toasted a whole wheat sandwich thin and put some fresh (still warm from being in the food processor) cinnamon peanut butter then put raisins on top. For the rest that I put in a jar, I mixed the raisins in I was just so excited to try it I put it on the bread before I could mix the raisins in. Seriously...SOOOO money and it cost me about $2 to make (and the amount is more than what comes in the 16oz PB&co jar.
    You didn't need the oil. If you left the processor running, the heat would draw out the oil from the peanuts and make it smoother.

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    Originally Posted by foodpr0n View Post
    NICE!
    Sorry, how did you go about making this one. Just throw it all in and bake?
    Preheat oven to 190C.

    In an oven safe pan melt 1 tbsp of butter, fry the rice briefly before adding your onion and garlic, fry a little more. Get your "main" veggies in there (in my case mushrooms and broc****, but could use potatoes, carrots, celery, etc.). Whisk together the cream of mushroom with enough water to get an approximate 2.5:1 ratio with your liquid:rice volume. Pour the mixture into the pan, combine well. Place your chicken breasts/animal parts in the middle of pan (just raw). Depending on the cut of chicken you've put in baking time will vary, but with breasts 40 mins was perfect and they came out insanely moist. Throw cheese about half way into baking. I think this would have gone better with a mozzarella/parmesan combination, or even blue cheese. But Caprice des dieux was all I had.

    Originally Posted by haveyourmile View Post
    I was tired of paying $6/jar locally for PB&Co Cinnamon Raisin so I decided to try and make my own. I honestly didn't think I could make anything as good but I thought it might be comparable. I WAS WRONG. This is the best peanut butter I have ever tasted and it was cheap as $hit to make.


    Toasted a whole wheat sandwich thin and put some fresh (still warm from being in the food processor) cinnamon peanut butter then put raisins on top. For the rest that I put in a jar, I mixed the raisins in I was just so excited to try it I put it on the bread before I could mix the raisins in. Seriously...SOOOO money and it cost me about $2 to make (and the amount is more than what comes in the 16oz PB&co jar.
    Tempted to rep for life. Having said that my father is in the states for the next two weeks or so and I'm definitely putting a PB&Co order in. Has to be done.

    Originally Posted by snrygo View Post
    chocolate hankst muffin

    two asian veggie, refried bean, jalapeno omelettes

    $$$$$$

    homemade "red velvet" yogurt with blackberries

    baked steel cut oats topped with marshmallow meringue acidentally burned the top but it tasted great

    blueberry bran muffin made these last night and damn are they ever good

    chipotle sweet potato fries and a swiss cheese egg white omelet

    "breadless meatball sub" meatballs, tomato sauce, and peas on top of rice topped with a ****load of swiss (not low fat, even tho it looks like it)
    inb415, awesome eats dude!

    Originally Posted by PerpetualMotion View Post
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    Very solid eats here sir. I assume the pizza dough is homemade and corresponds to the recipe you posted a few days back?

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    Garlic and herb chicken thigh w/ cinnamon baked sweets and butterscotch dip; Baked beans in pure Quebec maple syrup (the best syrup you'll ever taste); Cinnamon raisin toasted bagel, half with butter, half with laughing cow cheese spread
    Those beans were full of win… heck this whole meal was money.




    PB Banana cream cakes; Strawberry-Chocolate 'Fluff' w/ Cookie Crisp, Cocoa puffs, and fresh bananas; remainder of my Ben & Jerry's “Peanut Brittle”; Lindt “Crunchy Caramel” Milk chocolate


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