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  1. Demaris

    Demaris Silver Member

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    Ok...I nearly gave in...

    After lastnights refeed of gammon I now just want to stuff my face full of meat (no comments please!!)....I am aching for a bacon sarnie!

    I am cooking sloppy joes, and needed to pop to shop to get some more tobacco. OH says can you pick me up some Beers, so off I go, mince nicely cooking. I get in the shop and panic vodka takes over!!

    I really wanted a vodka and coke....but I resisted.

    So, I get home and continue cooking, fill the roll get them in the oven and am faced with the leftover mince in gravy.


    Arrrgggghhhhh I nearly relented and ate the lot. Instead I saw my dogs bowl was empty and quickly slopped it in before I changed my mind :(

    So...chicken soup with curry powder tonight.

    And now i'm snapping at everyone because I am resentful of THEIR sloppy joes I so lovingly cooked

    Help!!!:mad:
     
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  3. Champess

    Champess Skinny Soon ?!

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    Well done - I admire your willpower! Wish I could be the same when my hubby has pizza!
     
  4. MiniB

    MiniB Here we go again!

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    Well done you, you did really well to resist (even though you already know that). I was struggling a bit last night too, didn't give or anything but felt a bit down about food and not too happy! Over it now and carrying on. Like someone else said, I think it's a bit of boredom over different tastes and things. Keep up the good work.
     
  5. ~missy-moo~

    ~missy-moo~ Getting thinner everyday!

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    They'll be gone in a few minutes...(unlike the lb you'd put on by eating them :D ;) )

    Well done to you for resisting :).

    Alex
     
  6. Demaris

    Demaris Silver Member

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    Thats a brilliant way of thinking! I will remember that next time I have the urge...thankyou :)
     
  7. ChellyWellyBoot

    ChellyWellyBoot I will be skinny again!!!

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    Well done Demaris...

    And im sorry to remind you of them.. But what are sloppy joes??? I always remember hearing about them on tv shows but never knew what they were!!
     
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    Well done on not giving in Demaris
     
  9. summergurl

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    Well done chick :)

    My mum has just made a home made curry - my favourite home made meal - and all i did was stand over the pan and smell it and closed my eyes and imagined i just ate it whilst taking in a big whiff ..... does the trick ... as weird as it sounds!! :)
     
  10. Demaris

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    Its ok hun! I can talk freely about them now i've had me soup!

    basically you fry off mince meat and onion, then perk it up how you like (chilli, gravy, bolognaise etc), then you hollow out a big bread roll, put the mince mix in, grate some cheese on top, close the roll and wrap in tin foil. Then bake in the oven for about 20 mins.

    It is soooooo scrummy (mine used to have EXTRA cheese lol xxx
     
  11. Demaris

    Demaris Silver Member

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    Oh! I will try that :):)
     
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    omg they sound delish!!!!
    (by bread roll do you mean like a french stick or proper rolls that you use for school lunches etc?!!!)

    Even bigger claps for resisting that! :)
     
  13. Demaris

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    usually a normal roll you would put a burger in, but tonight I had to use those half cooked baguettes....still looked nice though! :D
     
  14. ChellyWellyBoot

    ChellyWellyBoot I will be skinny again!!!

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    OMG that sounds AMAZING!!!

    Wish i hadnt asked now haha!!

    And yes i love cheese mine would have extra cheese too!!!
     
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    well done on resisting
     
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    Well done for resisting, great determination hunny!

    I'd never heard of them before but my they sound very yummy!!!!

    x
     
  17. Demaris

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    I think they are American, one of the two things my OH asked me to cook after his trip there....Sloppy Joes and keylime pie, and i won't even go into the keylime pie.....yum!!!:D
     
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    Well done for resisting babe, a lesser woman would have given in :)
     
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    blue eyes Positive and focused!

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    Well done for resisting lucky you have a dog. When I've cooked something nice for my lot and there are leftovers I cant force on them, I have to empty food in the bin and cover quickly with rubbish in case I delve back in!! XX
     
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    ChellyWellyBoot I will be skinny again!!!

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    haha im sure you wouldnt do that blue-eyes... atleast i hope so lol!! :)
     
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    blue eyes Positive and focused!

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    On a bad day have been sorely tempted but have not yet resorted to delving in the bin! XX
     
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