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Old 03-16-2017, 10:04 AM   #41
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Im currently living out of a hotel during the week, so I eat out almost every meal, and I have gained the 50lbs to show for it. I try to keep my meals under $15 with tax and tip. So Ill eat for $10, tip $5, and get great service and treatment while Im there.

Then again, Im a VIP and friends with most of the staff who work at my local restaurant. :p
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Im currently living out of a hotel during the week, so I eat out almost every meal, and I have gained the 50lbs to show for it. I try to keep my meals under $15 with tax and tip. So Ill eat for $10, tip $5, and get great service and treatment while Im there.

Then again, Im a VIP and friends with most of the staff who work at my local restaurant. :p
Get you a small crock pot and an electric skillet. That's what I did when I was working out of town on a 6 week stretch a few years back.
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Get you a small crock pot and an electric skillet. That's what I did when I was working out of town on a 6 week stretch a few years back.
Im about to end this lifestyle. Taking another job closer to home in 2 weeks.
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I get sushi at least once every 2 weeks.
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Old 03-17-2017, 01:58 PM   #45
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I def eat out too much....almost everyday because of my schedule.
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Old 03-17-2017, 03:08 PM   #46
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Invest in a slow cooker and a couple of "Fix It and Forget It" and "5 Ingredient Crock Pot" slow cooker recipe books. It only takes a couple of minutes to throw the stuff in and you're done. It takes a lot of effort to screw up cooking this way! I just ate cube steak cooked in beef broth with potatoes and carrots the wife made yesterday in the slow cooker. Freaking amazing!
This is what a lot of people tell me. I just need to find time to look at some recipe books. The sad part is we actually own 2-3 crock pot cook books, including one that is for 5-6 ingredients...
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This is what a lot of people tell me. I just need to find time to look at some recipe books. The sad part is we actually own 2-3 crock pot cook books, including one that is for 5-6 ingredients...
Sometimes frozen dinners from a store like Trader Joe's help.
It's not the frozen TV dinners from 20 years ago and also not a $20 meal every time.
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