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Deli roast beef wrap, low carb tortilla, cheese and mayo. Salt and pepper pork rinds and cream cheese dip. Green tea.
 

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Fried bologna on a low carb spinach tortilla with mayo and cheddar. Pork rinds with cream cheese dip.
 

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Is that a regular Saturday thing? Sounds good! I'd probably sub radishes for the potatoes so I could enjoy it. Is there a recipe?
Not a written recipe, my Mom told me what to do the first time - many, many, many moons ago. Cut up a few potatoes into cubes, cut up an onion, put water to cover and then some in the pot. Cook for about 20 minutes then put the kielbasa (sliced) in the pot with some chicken broth and cook for about 10 more minutes. I've never tried the radishes, as Mom HATES them with a purple passion.
 

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I guess you could retrograde some potatoes and put them cold into the soup just prior to eating. They would warm up some.

Roasting radishes, got to try that.
 
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Fried bologna on low carb wrap, cheese, and mayo. Salt and pepper pork rinds with , homemade pimento cheese. Dill pickle. Green tea.
 
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Been intermittent fasting last 2 days, breaking from that today because I need to finish off the venison summer sausage and Philly cream cheese dip. Going out to eat tonight to meet our new nephew in-law. Hope to keep dinner keto.
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Sounds like something I like that is called Molcajete for Two, but they will make it for one. A Molcajete is actually the stone dish they serve the meal on. It contains strips of fajita beef and chicken, shrimp, smoked sausage chorizo, sliced avocado, cheese, and a grilled jalapeño. I have them hold the rice, beans, and tortilla too.

I also like the tableside guacamole, made fresh at the table. The avocados are already halved but still in the peel, ready to be scooped out and chopped/smashed to your desired texture. All the other ingredients are mixed in right at the table

Another thing I get sometimes they call a queso fundido. Its queso cheese with chicken, beef, shrimp or a combination of any or all melted together. The cheese is soft and stretchy like mozzarella while its hot, but it fims up as it cools.

Sometimes I'll eat a few chips with the salsa, sometimes I don't. The meals don't seem to ding me too bad on BG. Yours should be OK, we'll cross our fingers for you too though.
 

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It sounds similar to what I had. I really liked it.
t's a new place for me and seems to be popular with both the local foodies and with local Mexicans. I saw a shrimp dish and a liver and onions type dish that I want to go back for.
And no, it didn't ding me too bad! My BH is happy to find a place I'll eat even if it isn't a buffet;)
 
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