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    Nikki Dinki Cooking
    Fri Oct 01, 2010 12:33 pm
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    I am always trying to feel my best and be conscious of what I am eating and how I am treating my body it's so important. I actually started an online cooking show with an emphasis on healthy eating and of course a couple indulgences icon_wink.gif Check it out and I would love to hear your thoughts!!

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    Mary at Food.com
    Fri Oct 01, 2010 2:04 pm
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    Nikki, welcome!

    We unfortunately don't permit "promotion" such as the links you had posted, so they were removed. Please feel free to add them to your Profile and direct users there in the future icon_smile.gif

    Enjoy the site!
    Bonnie G #2
    Fri Oct 01, 2010 5:09 pm
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    How sweet tasb- bet the kids really enjoyed them too. I have some great news, DH acceptedd the job in Canada YEAH!! We'll be heading home in about 2 weeks, I'll get to be with my family for Thanksgiving.

    I'm so happy as I've really been worried about my DD and her 2 boys. I think I told you before she was having marital problems but had decided to give it a try again, but I don't think it's working out and I really want to be with her while she's going through this. It's hard to be so far away when she's hurting.

    Also, I'm thinking of going to my Mom's for Thanksgiving and fixing dinner at her and my sisters new house they are renting. I think they'd like that. I know I would. At any rate, Dh will go to Canada and I'll stay home - he'll be working a rotation of 20 days then 2 weeks off as he'll be living in a camp I can't go with him but they fly him home on all his breaks so should work out pretty good. The contract is a good package and we're hoping to do it for now longer than a year.


    We've really enjoyed our time here in China and will miss it, but to much going on at home right now. Did I tell you our younges DD is having her 3rd baby, first little girl. She's not due for another month but she's had a very troubled pregnancy and been on bedrest the whole time and they tell her it could come at any time, so that's another concern. All of her babs have only been about 2 years apart and I I feel it's just to close and maybe that's what has made it so difficult. But she's so excited about having a little girl at last.
    Bonnie G #2
    Fri Oct 01, 2010 5:10 pm
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    Nikki Dinki Cooking wrote:
    I am always trying to feel my best and be conscious of what I am eating and how I am treating my body it's so important. I actually started an online cooking show with an emphasis on healthy eating and of course a couple indulgences icon_wink.gif Check it out and I would love to hear your thoughts!!

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    Welcome Nikki, glad to have you join us.
    tasb
    Sat Oct 02, 2010 7:54 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Welcome Nikki, hope you stick around and keep me and Bonnie company, this thread is a little slow because there are just the two of us posting right now.

    Bonnie, you are heading home, and getting rid of the job you didn't like too much, I am happy for you. At least you can be closer to your DD while she is sorting things out with her marriage, and your younger DD while she is on bed rest. Of course you know me saying yikes about being away from a hubby that long, but then you are more used of it than I am. But that is good they will fly him in and out of work, at least it is one expense you don't have to worry about. I had my girls 1 yr 9 months apart, the second one was harder on me, there is no way I am ever doing that again, or having another baby at that, lol.

    Me, I am busy simmering some Big Batch Spaghetti Sauce, (some I lie), actually I am making a triple batch of it. I made this recipe last year and had planned on making it again so I froze a ton of tomatoes for it, I never got around to it until today. I put all the frozen tomatoes in my roaster oven and started it to de-frost the tomatoes, then cried my eyes out when cutting onions, I am using onions and leeks from my garden so I had to do a whole bunch of little ones. But everything is simmering away, it won't be ready to make dinner with, so I am making some scalloped potatoes and something for dinner. I am thinking chicken so I can put it in the oven with the potatoes.

    I plan on making a bunch of lasagnas tomorrow once the sauce is ready. That way we have more freezer meals, I have been so busy lately with work, too many staff meetings, and hubby is so busy everyday doing his homework.
    tasb
    Thu Oct 14, 2010 11:36 pm
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    I am still around, just been busy filling my freezer and working over-time. Today was a 11 1/2 hour day. Just waiting for some laundry to finish washing then off to bed for me.
    JoyfulCook
    Wed Jan 05, 2011 1:16 pm
    Forum Host
    How is everyone, I will be popping in every so often, I really do need to loose some weight!
    mduggins
    Sun Jan 23, 2011 3:49 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I will try to post here sometimes. I am trying to make some big lifestyle changes and can use some good ideas & support. I have a lot of good ideas that I have been able to implement already.

    My DH & DS(19) & I are eliminating wheat, dairy, corn & eggs. (and a bunch of other stuff).

    Today for lunch I had Broccoli-slaw with Vegenaise, pecans, apple & chicken. YUMMY! Then I wanted something else & so I had a rice cake with macadamia/cashew butter (heaven!), no sugar, no wheat, just nuts!

    Looking forward to meeting everyone.

    BTW- this post comes up with the oldest posts first. Is there a way to default it to the other way around?
    Chef #1831457
    Fri Feb 18, 2011 4:37 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Another has begun so lets focus on eating more healthy foods and working out. With each other we can break individuals aged routines that preserve us from keeping or reaching our objectives!!

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    tevra_9675533
    Sun May 29, 2011 10:47 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Isn't broccoli and cabbage bad for Ibs symptons? I would love to try them but am afraid to. jacquie
    JoyfulCook
    Tue Feb 14, 2012 11:00 pm
    Forum Host
    My Gosh - where is everyone, I came by to say hello and hoped to stay as its been ages since I was here, I am sending this link on to a newbie who needs back up.
    Chef #1106492
    Wed Feb 22, 2012 9:56 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hello from California.

    Now that the holidays are behind us, I've noticed there is more of me behind me.

    I need some low-fat tasty recipes that will fool my 6'3" husband who works construction. He wants a hearty dinner. I want something light. I need to fool him.

    For example, a good mac and cheese recipe that is not too fattening. Is there such a thing?

    Help. From Mary in Sacramento.
    JoyfulCook
    Wed Feb 22, 2012 5:43 pm
    Forum Host
    looks like no one is around here, first welcome to feeling fit friends, it is a place to chat and ask about things related to weight loss. starting a diet is a big thing, sticking to it is another. so we lean on each other here
    JoyfulCook
    Wed Feb 22, 2012 5:48 pm
    Forum Host
    mduggins wrote:
    I will try to post here sometimes. I am trying to make some big lifestyle changes and can use some good ideas & support. I have a lot of good ideas that I have been able to implement already.

    My DH & DS(19) & I are eliminating wheat, dairy, corn & eggs. (and a bunch of other stuff).

    Today for lunch I had Broccoli-slaw with Vegenaise, pecans, apple & chicken. YUMMY! Then I wanted something else & so I had a rice cake with macadamia/cashew butter (heaven!), no sugar, no wheat, just nuts!

    Looking forward to meeting everyone.

    BTW- this post comes up with the oldest posts first. Is there a way to default it to the other way around?


    Welcome, sorry its taken so long! good to hear that you are your DH have started to take care of your weight.

    Why have you eliminated all that, is there a health problem as well, there is no need to take out so much stuff.

    There are loads of weight watchers recipes here just click on this link to see them

    Some dairy like low fat cheese is good for you in moderation.

    regards getting the oldest posts first, under each thread there are page numbers, but it does seem odd, I agree, once you have a reply to this it will bring you back to this page.
    JoyfulCook
    Sat Feb 25, 2012 3:11 am
    Forum Host
    lets start chatting - anyone around lol I am still waiting
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