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Eat Clean Meal Plans
- (meal plan) A guide to help people get the proper amount of calories, carbohydrates, proteins, and fats in their diet.
- (Meal Plan) A pre-paid account for student's meals while at college. All residential students are required to have a meal plan.
- Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing
- make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"
- free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"
- clean and jerk: a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then jerked overhead
- Have a meal in a restaurant
- Have (a meal)
- Put (food) into the mouth and chew and swallow it
- eat a meal; take a meal; "We did not eat until 10 P.M. because there were so many phone calls"; "I didn't eat yet, so I gladly accept your invitation"
- feed: take in food; used of animals only; "This dog doesn't eat certain kinds of meat"; "What do whales eat?"
The Sensible Cook's 52 Weeks of Healthy Cooking: Meal Plans, Recipes, and Grocery Lists That You Will Love!
Get a full year of great tasting recipes, weekly meal plans, and organized grocery lists! Each of the 52 dinner meal plans suggest which dinner recipes to make and what side dishes would go best. You also get a easy to adapt grocery list to go along with each week that will save you money and get you in and out of the store fast! The grocery lists for the recipes are printed in the book and are also available for printing on-line at thesensiblecook.com. You'll also get low-fat cooking tips, guides, and extra recipes for guilt-free desserts, side-dishes, and much more! Written by a true expert in the fitness, health, and weight loss field, this cookbook promotes healthy eating though making sensible choices in a realistic manner. No diets here! Just practical, easy to make food that the whole family will love.
Shiloh Plans a Trip 
Shiloh died this morning, two weeks short of her fourteenth birthday.
In a happier time, Shiloh gets ready for a month-long vacation at my house, while Shari, her owner was working out-of-state. Little did she know she was signed up for doggie boot camp, and would drop about five pounds after weeks of playing in the backyard, and missing her usual regiment of in-between meal snacks.
In the photo, she is in another classic pose -- the begging position. She could go for long periods of time, begging patiently, or nearly so. One of the cruelest things Shari did was to get a glass topped dining room table, so Shiloh could watch people eat, from her position under the table. It was somewhat discomforting to look beyond your plate, while eating, to see Shiloh head staring up at you , though the table.
Unlike the dining room table, Shiloh saw food on a coffee table as fair game. She knew she wasn't supposed to, so when she saw an opportunity, she struck fast--be it an unsuspecting loaf of bread, or even an entire pizza. She was caught in the act of dragging the pizza off, but the loaf of bread (still wrapped in plastic) was a mysterious disappearance, until Shiloh was caught in the corner munching hard.
besides eating and sleeping, her favorite thing to do would be to go on long walks -- in search of kitties to chase. The funniest part, was she didn't even need to see a kitty -- she just needed to hear the command "get the kitty" to get all worked up, and choke herself on her leash. Every so often, she would actually see a cat, and chase after it, if she could get away. When she was younger, she could really move when motivated. Unfortunately, on the few occasions she actually did catch a cat, she didn't know what to do with it, other than bark at it. When it came down to a fight, the cat always won (I think they are meaner).
Besides cats, her arch nemesis was the vacuum cleaner. Woe to any vacuum, be it upright or dust buster that dared enter her domain. Unlike the cats, shiloh knew what to do, and would bite the vacuum until it submitted.
I am going to miss her very much.
My Mom and I arrived at Ruby Tuesday's around 6:00pm tonight. We were told that the wait for a table would be around 30 minutes. We were told that the booths in the bar were not open because they didn't have a waitress available. So, we decided to sit at the bar and eat.
Two couples sat after us and got their food before us. It happened because they first gave our meals to an On The Go customer, who realized the food wasn't for them and returned it.
We sat at the end of the bar where the drink station was located and watched the empty, dirty glasses pile up. We also watched the bartender cut fruit on the disgustingly filthy counter and then place the fruit in and on drinks. We watched the bartenders make messes, continue on without cleaning them up and not once did we see them wipe their hands on anything but their pants and not once did we see them wash their hands. I did see one bartender salt the rim of a glass and then scoop out salt chunks from the inside of the glass with her unwashed finger.
We sat patiently, waiting for our food and finally, after reminding the bartender for the 2nd time to check on our meals, she came back with two plates of mediocre looking grub. Our food was brought out to us around 6:40pm.
They didn't charge us for anything but our drinks. We don't plan on going back, I don't anyways.
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