For better health?

A snack?

Breakfast?

A quick Lunch or Dinner?

That's strange to others?

I've got a pretty set routine but would appreciate hearing new ideas and widening the variety and menu.

Sardines and Herring along with lots of nuts and seeds are my "strange to others".

Almond Butter and jelly is a quick meal and most days breakfast is a shake.

Whats satisfies your palette?

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Satisfying the palette:  dang autocorrect

I like eggs Benedict for bkfst.  Lunch, tomat sandwich on toast is a little unusual.  Some of our fav and unusual dinners are souvlaki, hammy mac and cheese, red curry, chicken satay.

Shane, what's your go-to food?

Snacks ... jerky, pecans, sliced deli meat and cheese, or those Babybell cheese wheels.

Breakfast ... hard boiled or deviled eggs. Whole milk. Maybe a virgin bacon Bloody Mary (v8 with worcestershire, balsamic vinegar, hot sauce, bacon salt, pepper, and a couple of strips of bacon).

JB
Whats satisfies your palette?
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Nothing satisfies my palette like this: https://www.webpagefx.com/web-design/color-picker/ .  It's literally got it all.

A pretty satisfied pallet there.

Nothing compares to biting into an apple for a good snack. If I want something sweeter I like banana moon pies. Biscuits and honey is another big favorite of mine.

If I want a quick breakfast, I like jam or preserves on toast. Blackberry and fig are pretty good. I recently picked up this stuff that's a mixture of fig, raspberry, orange, and a hint of ginger. It's really good, good enough I might try to make my own one of these days. If I'm not pressed for time, add to that some bacon and a scrambled egg. Have you tried apple butter?

I'm a fan of any hearty stew for dinner. Big fan of cubed steak and fried pork chops as well. Anything with plenty of protein really, just no exotic parts or seafood. I know how to make some good sausage gravy, but I don't eat it myself. Gravy isn't my thing, either. Bell pepper makes nearly anything better.

I like taking some sliced roast beef and making sliders with those King's Hawaiian rolls and provolone cheese. I just make a sandwich out of it and microwave it.

I like lemons, I guess that's a little strange. I try not to do it often because it's so hard on your teeth.

As you can see, my tastes are pretty simple.

Apple's pretty good birth control too, according to Reader's Digest.

Young married couple went to their doc and said, we want you to research the best form of birth control:  100% effective, no side effects.  Doc took up the challenge, reading everything he could, comparing statistics, evaluating claims...

Finally he met with them and gave them the answer.  "Eat an apple," he said.

"Are you serious?" they said.  "What do you mean?  Before?  After?"

He said, "Instead."

Health: Fruit -- primarily berries

Snack: Well, if we no longer talking about "better health", I have a penchant for strawberry Pop-Tarts, and the damn vending machine at work has an endless supply.

Breakfast: Pancakes

Lunch: Sushi

Dinner: Steak and potatoes.

Strange: I grew up in the Midwest.  We are pretty mainstream.

I like high calorie food

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