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Apr. 19th, 2006 @ 10:26 am This is going to hurt
Current Mood: guiltyguilty
Current Music: Nightwish: Creek Mary's Blood
First snackytime entry! Yesterday's food. Ahem.

2 slices leftover weirdeggs
1 mug green tea
numerous mini choco eggs
2 handfuls peanut M&Ms
1 mug jasmine green tea
numerous mini choco eggs
several mugs coffee, black
1 glass water
more mini choco eggs and M&Ms
2 mini York peppermint patties
1 bowl fettuccini alfredo
1 bowl salad with almonds, sunflower seeds, cranberries, and olive oil & vinegar
(tremendous guilt and self-control between late lunch and supper even though the mini choco eggs are staring at me and calling to me. Sirens in foil!)
1 green apple
1 glass water
1 bowl mexican black bean soup
1 slice choco, caramel, and walnut pie that needs to be eaten before it goes bad (but it's already ooooh so baaaaad ;o))
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Date:April 19th, 2006 10:17 pm (UTC)
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I must know what a weirdegg is.
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Date:April 22nd, 2006 06:11 pm (UTC)
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"Weird eggs" is a casserole that I used to eat every Easter-eve at church growing up. It's one of those things that everyone has the recipe, but also their own variation. It was great! At least ten people would bring their own version of it to the Easter service "brunch." I always thought it was difficult because you had to make it the day ahead, but upon growing up and making it, it's so damn easy. Basically, you cut up a loaf of dense bread (English muffin loaf works great) into cubes and put them in a greased casserole dish. Then you melt a block of Velveeta (or the equivelant real cheese) and a stick of butter/margerine together in a pan. Pour this over the bread. Then you mix a quart of milk and eight eggs together and pour this over the cheesy bread. Cover it, let it sit overnight in the fridge. Next morning, put the dish in a larger pan of water and stick it in the oven at 300 F. for 2 hours. Voila! Weird Eggs! It may not sound like much, but it is oh so amazingly delicious. Sadly, my variation needs some help. I refuse to use Velveeta, and so am on a hunt for the perfect subsitution. You can also mix in your choice of meats or veggies.