March Stats – Part II: Food

As promised, here are the stats to the food I ate last month. I reckon there isn’t much different than last time. At least for work that is. I still keep to the same food I like at work.


  • 1 Farmer’s Choice Breakfast
    • 2 eggs over easy
    • 2 pancakes
    • 3 strips of bacon
    • 1 order of white toast
  • 1 Bowl of oat meal (with butter and brown sugar)
  • 2 Bowls of Cinnamon Toast Crunch
  • 1 Plain Bagel with strawberry cream cheese
  • 3 Bacon/Egg Cheese Strudels
  • 1 Single piece of bacon
    • I had to ease my pain one morning at work and nothing makes life better than a greasy piece of bacon!
  • 3 Cinnamon Rolls with icing
  • 13 muffins
    • 3 jumbo blueberry muffins
    • 1 jumbo apple muffin
    • 7 mini strawberry muffins
    • 2 mini apple cinnamon muffins
  • 8 Donuts
    • 3 maple long johns
      • 2 from work
      • 1 from Quicktrip
    • 1 chocolate long john
    • 2 iced cinnamon rolls
      • 1 maple iced cinnamon roll
      • 1 chocolate iced cinnamon roll
    • 1 chocolate ring donut
    • 1 glazed donut

Lunch: (work meals)

  • 5 Medium Spicy Beef Lo Mein (no vegetables, no oyster sauce)
    • 1 side of NY Style Cheesecake
    • 2 pieces of Michael’s birthday cake
    • 1 Nestle Drumstick (vanilla fudge)
  • 3 Bacon Cheeseburgers (lettuce, tomato, ketchup)
    • 1 side of tator tots
    • 1 side of onion rings
  • 2 General Chicken/Orange Chicken
    • 2 orders of steamed rice (with 2 sugars each)
  • 3 2 Piece Chicken Dinners (4 legs, 2 thighs)
    • 3 sides of mashed potatoes w/beef gravy
    • 1 sides of macaroni and cheese
    • 2 side of baked beans
  • 1 BBQ Brisket Sandwich
    • 1 side baked beans
    • 1 side macaroni and cheese
  • 3 Grilled Turkey Clubs (lettuce, tomato, yellow american cheese, bacon, miracle whip-4 per sandwich/12 total)

    • 3 bags of fritos
    • 1 slice of Michael’s birthday cake


  • 1 visit to “The Clean Place”
    • 2 helpings of kung pao chicken
    • 2 helpings of beef and broccoli
    • 1 helping of general chicken
    • 1 helping of sweet and sour chicken (no sauce)
    • 1 helping of steamed rice (2 sugars)
  • 1 visit to Margarita’s
    • 1 #5 meal (2 beef and cheese enchilada, 1 taco, rice)
    • 7 single chips w/salsa
    • 1 piece of spearmint orbit gum
  • 1 Philly Time Double Cheeseburger (lettuce, tomato, ketchup)
    • 1 side of onion rings
  • 5 Hot Dogs with ketchup
  • 2 Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches (raspberry jam)
  • 1 visit to Pizza Street
    • 1 baked potato pizza slice
    • 1 sausage pizza slice
    • 1 pepperoni slice
    • 2 pineapple and canadian bacon slices
    • 2 taco pizza slices
    • 2 alfredo pizza slices
    • 1 piece of cinnamon roll
  • 2 sandwiches of white bread
    • 1 brown sugar ham, lettuce, tomato, cheese miracle whip
    • 1 oven roasted turkey, lettuce, tomato, cheese, miracle whip
      • 1 bag of fun size fritos
  • 2 bowls of chicken flavored ramen noodles
    • each bowl had 2 packages; 4 servings total
  • 1 plate of Velveeta macaroni and cheese (shell pasta)


  • 3 Cheeseburgers (with ketchup)
    • 1 at Perkins (asked for no pickle; whoe didn’t listen)
      • 1 bowl of Chicken Soup at Perkins
    • 2 were made at home using the famous George Forman Grill
  • 4 servings of Spaghetti and meat sauce
    • 3 servings at home
    • 1 serving at the annual, St. Pius X Spaghetti Dinner
    • 5 slices of white bread
    • 3 meatballs
    • 1 brownie
  • 1 20 piece chicken nugget from McDonalds
    • 2 BBQ Sauces
    • 2 Sweet and Sour Sauces
  • 1 Ming Garden General Chicken
    • 1 side of Steamed Rice
  • 3 Hot Dogs (ketchup only)
  • 1 Tostinos Pizza (pepperoni)
  • 2 bowls of Egg Noodles
  • 2 helpings of Rotisserie Chicken (dark meat)
    • 1 side of mashed potatoes
    • 1 side of corn on the cob
  • 2 blueberry waffles with syrup
    • 3 strips of bacon
  • 2 bowls of Velveeta macaroni and cheese (shell pasta)
    • 2 beer brats
  • 1 Dinner at Outback Steakhouse
    • 1 kc strip steak (medium rare)
    • 1 side of steamed vegetables (carrots, peapods, yellow squash, broccoli
    • 1 bowl of chicken tortilla soup
    • 7 medium spicy chicken wings
    • 2 celery sticks
    • 2 slices of rye(?) bread
    • 1 slice of new york style cheesecake with raspberry sauce
  • 1 Slice of Stouffer’s Lasagna Italiano


  • 2 slices of Northern Light Pizza
    • 2 slices of taco pizza


  • 11 Cookies
    • 2 chocolate chip cookies
    • 1 no bake cookie
    • 5 M&M cookies
    • 3 Girl Scout Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies
  • 1 Blue Bunny Neapolitan Ice Cream Bar


  • 1 Bag of Famous Amos Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • 2 Min Twix Candy Bars
  • 1 Caramello Candy Bar
  • 1 Double Bubble Blueberry Gum
  • 1 Piece Of Cherry Coffee Cake
  • 1 Slice of Rhubarb Pie
  • 1 Bag of Fun Size Nacho Cheese Doritos


  • 1 Single medium macaroni shell
  • 4 diced pieces of celery
  • 2 Pieces of pineapple brat
  • 1 Piece of Charlie’s Southwestern Burger
  • 1 Taste of nacho cheese
  • 3 Lime flavored Margaritaville chips with nacho cheese sauce

There you go, kiddies! Another month down. Only 9 more to go. I should really try to eat healthier. Maybe start packing a lunch to work again. I did that once. I tried to eat better but when I did, this happened. Maybe cut the snacking out. Hmm… I don’t know. I like food to much. I do plan when I hit 6 months, to tally up everything I ate so far. Then at the end of the year, do it again. I am a very unhealthy person when it comes to food. Oh well. It’s all good.

Perkins Burger

Outback Steakhouse


Mike's Birthday Cake



I love ketchup. I think it has to be the greatest condiment ever created. They are great with onion rings, tator tots, and fries. I should rephrase that and say, when I used to eat fries, ketchup went great with it. I lost my taste for fries. That’ll be for another day. Anyway, so like I was saying. Ketchup is magical. I was at work a few days ago and a woman called about placing an order for some food. It was a birthday party for kids. She plans on getting hot dogs and burgers. I inquired about condiments. I figured they’ll want ketchup and relish. (not a fan of relish but I know kids like it) She said not to forget the mustard. I despise mustard. I think it’s horrible. I can’t explain the taste. I want to say burnt but that’s not what it taste like. I won’t even do honey mustard. She commented that she loves mustard and that her husband loves ketchup! The story doesn’t end there. Oh, no. She says, “He puts it on his steak.” Now, I can’t codemned the man for doing that. I did it when I was little. I grew up and now I like A1 or any type of steak sauce.

To not make this man out to be some freak, I like ketchup on my ham. When it’s Easter or Christmas, or anytime we have ham, I’ll pour ketchup right on it. It’s just something I do. I get looks and people turn up their noses at me when they see me put ketchup on my ham. Eff you, people. I work with food and I have been asked some weird requests. I’ll share those later.

What are you suppose to put on ham? I know it has brown sugar and pineapple and cloves, but what do you dip it in? Meatloaf has ketchup. Steak has its own sauce. Chicken is universal. You can put just about anything on it. Pork is smothered in gravy, or if I was eating it, I’ll dip it in an apple glaze.

I remember when they brought out the green ketchup. That was different. It was ketchup. It didn’t taste different. I think I got it once. I mean, you had to. If someone asked about it, you can say with confidence, “Yeah, I tried it!” I did. It was just green. I am shocked that I did try it. I have such a strong passion for ketchup, I fear it being green. It’s not right. It shouldn’t be green. Some things shouldn’t be different colors or shapes. Keep it red. It’s a great color. Unless tomatoes were green, then yeah, okay. I can see ketchup being green. It’ll ruin the flow of the hot dog though. Too much green! So then you’ll need to make the mustard red and color the relish yellow.

It’s tough being me. I can’t enjoy food without there being certain obligations with it.

Sorry about not posting often. I got caught up in other things. I will try to keep posting more frequently.

Till next time,



Dinner Wasn’t So Hot.

Maybe my sister just shouldn’t cook. First off, she made the fajitas the other day and even though they were acceptable, the peppers made it below par. Today, she took a crack at chili. Eff me! That was not chili. There was no spice. There wasn’t any life to it at all.

Her chili was kind of like the ugly/fat friend that all girls have. You know what it is. Four gals go out for drinks and games of bad judgement. Three of them are smokin’ hot. Taking all day to get themselves ready. You know that when you see them and when you know the time they spent getting ready, you’ll be satisfied. Then you have the other gal. The fat/ugly friend. She’s the one who spent 1o minutes getting ready and tossed on some cheap perfume or wal-mart/target style clothes. It might look like she’s good and hot, but she nothing more than just an off the shelf can of chili, claiming to be like the real thing.

If she was going to make chili, she would have had to start for hours prior to serving it. My mom makes amazing chili. She spends all day cooking it!  Did my sister just use canned chili? I want home made chili. I want the three pounds of cheese to cover it, dip the saltine crackers in it and know, that in a few short hours, I will regret even taking a bite. I don’t want you to think I hate chili. I love it. I love my moms chilis and I think it’s either Outback Steakhouse or Longhorn. One of those two have good chili.

To be picky, I can’t do chili dogs. I find them repulsive. Not to mention, messy. I am simple when it comes to hot dogs. I like it with just ketchup. Don’t top it with onions, relish, mustard, peppers, cheese, etc… Just a nice squirt of ketchup and you got a happy guy.

In closing, my sister cannot make chili. Or fajitas. I better not gripe too much. She cooks dinner more than I do. I brown bag it.