Turkey and Havarti Panini with Roasted Red Pepper Aioli and crispy French’s Fried Onions. White bread (12 Pieces), Havarti cheese (8 oz.), American Cheese (8 oz.), French’s fried onions (1 cup), Turkey (1 lb), Butter (6 tbls.), Garlic (6 cloves), Sherry (1 tsp.), Dijon (1 tsp.), Mayonnaise (2 cups), Red Bell Pepper (2).
Make aioli: roast garlic in olive oil. Roast bell pepperm. When cool blend peppers andbgarlic with sherry, Dijon, Mayonnaise and bell pepper. Season with salt. Assemble sandwich: spread aioli on inside of sandwich, top with havarti, turkey, onions, then American cheese. Tip with bread. Butter outsidevof bread and grill.
9. How do they write? Do they write in cursive? How do they dot their i’s and j’s? Do they have specific ways that they write certain letters?
Over the years she’s developed her own personal shorthand, written in quick, sharp cursive. The dots on her i’s and j’s tend to be more swipes than dots, and the crosses on her t’s are up-swept. Sometimes she confuses d’s, b’s, p’s, and q’s.
11. What kinds of foods and drinks do they like? Do they like certain foods to be fried? Do they prefer certain foods to be prepared hot/cold?
SHE HATES SOUP.
Her hands shake often and eating soup gracefully can be a challenge, one she doesn’t particularly enjoy embarking on.
Most of her diet consists of coffee and cold sandwiches. She takes her coffee dark and sweet, and she likes cold roast beef or turkey sandwiches on white bread, generally eating the sandwiches as just seasoned meat and bread with no condiments. She doesn’t honestly really enjoy food that much, and eating is more of a chore than anything.
However, she really enjoys ice cream. She is especially fond of nutty ice creams and coffee flavour.
19. Does your OC like to collect things? What kind of things do they collect?
Sort of. She keeps clippings from journals and newspapers that interest her, but there’s little sentimental value to the clippings. When things get too cluttered, she throws most of the clippings away and starts over.
95% of it was done through nothing but a 1350 calorie limit per day. No foods were off limit, but I survived mostly on tuna salad, chicken with salsa, frozen vegetables, beans and rice, turkey/roast beef sandwiches, spinach, and eggs. After I lost 100 pounds I started walking to work (5 miles) for about 2 months until it got too cold outside. The “fat” picture was taken may of 2012, but I didn’t actually start losing until december 27'th of 2012, so it took me just shy of 1 year.” - /r/loseit