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I eat out almost every night.

Sunday night is pizza/salad night at Cici's - buffet - I drink water $5.67

Monday night - Great Wall Buffet - senior night. drink water... $7.45

Tues - maybe Boston Market - about $5.50 with coupon for chicken dinner, spinach, stuffing, dinner roll....and water....

Maybe eat home...lean cuisine or similar frozen dinner - $3

Thursday...turkey and dressing night at Chubby's Family restaurant....$6.50...with 2 veggies, and corn bread roll......

Friday - maybe chinese buffet - love the broccoli.....$7....or Boston Market..or maybe some frozen lasagna? and salad at home....

Maybe somewhere else, Boston market if not on Friday...or chinese buffet......or

I eat breakfast and lunch at home...spend maybe $20/week at most for food.....but eat out nearly every night.

It is hard to cook for one. Half the stuff I buy for dinner goes bad before I use a bag of spinach 2/3rds then rest is kaput...same for cans of stuff, or carrots - you can't buy a 1/4 lb of carrots at a time. Or a 1/4 chicken or even half chicken in most stores. And if I cook a whole chicken, then I need to eat chicken every other day for a week.

I eat about one hamburger every two months....and maybe one steak every six weeks.

When I travel, I eat at ryan's , or Golden Corral or similar buffet places most times...get salad...lots of it...and meat and veggies and some small dessert.....for reasonable price.

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