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Grilled dogs & buns on the BBQ(weather permitting) with seasoned fries in the oven...well, that's the plan at least.

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Nice BLT! Incorporating more veggies into your diet is awesome because they are so healthy and so low in calorie, you can eat more, lose weight and still live healthy.

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I am not resolving to do anything but have more fun in the New Year. However, months ago I decided to eat more veggies. In this regard, I made a stir-fry of green peppers, mushrooms, green zucunni (sp) and onions which I'll eat with some protein and/or rice, depending on the time of day.

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wtf is with us, we are some chicken eating ass folk!

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Black eye peas..

We'll have the leftover rice for breakfast cause that's just too many carbs to share under the covers when we go to bed :\

San Antonio TX
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Jay made the most fantastic baked chicken breast strips and potatoes.

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Chicken stir-fry.

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Picking up a pie from a local joint on the way home from work this evening. I have not figured out the type yet, but I've plenty of time.

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Heat dog and cat are regularly consumed in many cultures. Usually the poorer the culture the more diverse what the people will consume to survive. Parrots, and lizards are consumed regularly in South America as well as guinea pigs. In Asia there is not much that is not consumed. Even here many Americans survived on meats that most people turn their noses up at. During the depression many families survived on the wild game and that included doves and pigeons, and yes dogs and cats.

If we ever have another depression folks had better watch their pets carefully. A pet cat or dog area lot easier to catch than most game.

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M I have dozens of roosters here I assure none of mine are castrated. A castrated rooster is called a capon.

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