Re: [Slovak-World] Food Glorious Food
- You are certainly in for trouble with that goal.
Just forget it and have a vacation, your relatives
will feed you without restraint. Just pace yourself,
the first plate of cold cuts and vegetables, will be
followed by a second lay out of sandwich makings, then
there will be some cookies and cake, then the alcohol
you want to avoid followed by a dinner which may have
a beginning with soup, the main course with a few side
dishes (don't be surprised if you are given a whole
bowl of something such as a fruit preserve, it is for
you alone) then desert and don't forget the alcohol
again. Pace yourself and never, Never, NEver, NEVer,
NEVEr, NEVER, NNEEVVEERR!!! clean your plate, you will
be given another serving.
Enjoy yourself and work on what you have gained (both
knowledge and weight) after you get back.
--- agp@... wrote:
> Oh my poor belly! I have to be good while on__________________________________
> holiday, but I know that I'll
> be doing a lot of walking, so yep, I agree, I might
> be able to splurge.
> What are breakfasts usually like?
> I do like Julie's suggestion about buying some of
> the local foods like
> pudding and other consumer products to bring home.
> I'm still working off my
> supply of british artificial sweetener tabs and
> banana curd from last year,
> and have a supply of a great Canadian hand soap
> called Fa backstocked to
> last me until spring.
> Then there's the Canadian turkey kolbassi in my
> Tony P
> PS -- Julie -- do you think they can pack zmrzlina
> to make the trip back to
> the USA. :-) Ice cream is my Achilles heel!
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