One Day

By Latest Reply 2010-07-20 10:48:49 -0500
Started 2009-03-03 20:21:50 -0600

OK, I know that everyone dreams of ONE DAY without this disease! If you had ONE DAY to eat ANYTHING you wanted, what would that be?


92 replies

2009-04-06 23:55:33 -0500 Report

Thinking about a drink, hmmmm, a case of ICE COLD St. Paully Girl Dark, with a carton of Marlboros!!!!

Carl Montgomery
Carl Montgomery 2009-04-11 17:40:30 -0500 Report

I QUIT SMOKING MARLBOROS NEARLY 2 YEARS AGO , IF I COULD WITHOUT CONSEQUENCES I WOULD HAVE A CARTON ALSO :) AND I SURE DO LIKE BUDLIGHT WITH CLAMATO JUICE :)ABOUT A 30 PACK OR SO :)

Petrea
Petrea 2009-04-05 02:06:05 -0500 Report

I would go to one of the casino here on the Oregon Coast and go to one of their seafood buffets and have a little bit of everything on my plate (probably 2 or 3 plates to get it all). I'd be so miserable afterwards I wouldn't be able to move but it would be worth it!

Pauline B
Pauline B 2009-04-05 13:37:54 -0500 Report

I do that, anyway, and wish I hadn't. Eating 3 plates of seafood isn't bad… it takes so much time to pick the crab out of the shell, and I don't like to get messy. When I go to buffets, as my career has been in food service, and I know the origin and raw food costs, I look at value of what's presented. We shop at Cash-and-Carry, where many food service operators get their stuff if they run out before their main order arrives, so I know current wholesale price. Halibut, in WA state, runs about $15/# for instance. Fill up on seafood at the buffets. Skip the pasta. It's overcooked and over sauced. Only one trip through the desserts. You don't go there every day.

We only go to the casinos every so often because of the SMOKING. Washington state law doesn't apply to Indian-owned casinos.

cherryman
cherryman 2009-04-05 00:36:16 -0500 Report

one day with no penalty hmm… strawberry short cake with real whipped cream, strawberry sunday with extra ice cream and real whipped cream, cherry cheesecake the whole thing not just a huge slice, carrot cake with real cream cheese frosting, bags and bags of potato chips, fried bread dough with tons of sugar cinnamon on it, homemade hot apple pie and ice cream, two bags of M&M Peanuts, and fried chicken with a ton of crispy skin on it. OK Im full now I can stop!

2009-04-04 20:30:10 -0500 Report

I've been pondering this for some time now as I couldn't decide if I should look at this from a Diabetes perspective or from a food allergies perspective. So I decided to do both. If I had one day to eat whatever I wanted without anything affecting me either diabetes or allergies. I would dine on shrimp and lobster and clams and scallops and lake perch etc… (seeing a trend here on what the food allergy is? LOL if not it's seafood and fish and nuts) I'd have french fries with this without worrying if they were cooked in the same oil as the shrimp and fish. I'd have baked potatoes with loads of butter and sour cream. I'd have cheesecake for dessert with blueberry topping dripping down the sides. Good grief if I only had one day, I'd have to eat 100 mini meals to get it all in because the list in my head keeps getting longer and longer.. LOL

I wouldn't be a vegetarian on that day, I'd fill up on all the seafood I could get!!! Fried, baked, broiled, whatever and all the delicious sides to go with it.. hush puppies.. oh I like those.. LOL (I wasn't always allergic to this stuff so I know and remember what it tastes like..)

I'm stopping now before the drool shorts out my laptop LOL

*Judy

freddyg2u
freddyg2u 2009-04-04 10:34:24 -0500 Report

I'd go north to Maine and sit down at Snyders Restaurant and eat a giant lobster dinner a 3 pounder,
with all the fixings, a glass of Rhine wine and strawberry short cake for dessert. That " Works for me." Fred

Carl Montgomery
Carl Montgomery 2009-04-03 21:25:33 -0500 Report

beer beer beer

freddyg2u
freddyg2u 2009-04-04 10:37:48 -0500 Report

BAD, BAD and more Bad! One beer is fine but a lot will absolutely screw up your BC. It's taken me several years to,learn that alchohol of any type in moderation is ok but not a lot. Fred

Carl Montgomery
Carl Montgomery 2009-04-04 19:03:12 -0500 Report

i agree but i sure do like it :(

bigjrm45
bigjrm45 2009-04-04 19:31:54 -0500 Report

I like my beer too,but I can not alway drink it like I used too. now maybe 2 or 4 once a month if my BS has been good,just not as fun eny more

2009-04-05 00:01:22 -0500 Report

We aren't supposed to worry about BG numbers in this discussion guys, have all the beer you want!!

zobel
zobel 2009-04-01 13:39:32 -0500 Report

a day on the midway at a state fair stopping at any or every food vender.
no giult no counting no shots

oh for one day carl

JessEli
JessEli 2009-04-01 07:40:45 -0500 Report

Oodles of lasagna, a large bag of peanut M & Ms, and a huge slice of rich chocolate cake… followed by a tall glass of chocolate milk!

Jessica

Mikesmadgirl
Mikesmadgirl 2009-04-01 06:52:34 -0500 Report

If for one day I could eat anything I wanted it would be lasagna and hot french bread dripping with butter. Yummy!!!

Paula - 14421
Paula - 14421 2009-03-30 16:58:15 -0500 Report

I would consume all the carbs I could fit in me. A little bit of everything. lots of fruits, pasta, bread, pizza, chocolate, Hostess snowballs yummy

2009-03-30 21:04:42 -0500 Report

HOLY CATS!!!! I LOVE THE SNOWBALLS!!!!! We can share a truckload, k??

cyncyn
cyncyn 2009-03-29 20:51:14 -0500 Report

i asked my mother-in-law what she would eat for that one day, she said any and everything, that she's not allowed now. she included pizza,biscuit and gravy,homemade bread, potatoes with lots of real butter,and of course, CHOCOLATE(homemade fudge). does anyone have a recipe for fudge.(she can't have the kind i make)

2009-03-29 18:30:31 -0500 Report

As for my day, I would eat all the brownies, pop tarts, pasta, cans of frosting, fudge, oreos, chocolate chip cookies, my stomach could take!!

roshy
roshy 2009-03-29 18:26:19 -0500 Report

Ah its not even what id eat !! Its how id spend the day!! id throw away the needles and the glucose kit and have a full course meal of anything i wanted and eat it surrounded with my family and friends and id eat the whole meal not being judged or watched or comments like "you shouldnt be eating that" or "theres way too much sugar in that for you "

But a nice big piece of banofeee pie and home made ice cream would be my dessert!!

And then all the biscuits i wanted with a big mug of tea!!

dj7110
dj7110 2009-03-29 18:24:21 -0500 Report

I would go to the Panderosa, an all you can eat steak house near by, eat up on the sea food fried section. shrimp,clamps,etc.. than top off on the deserts ice cream, cheese cake,etc

DJ
DJ 2009-03-29 11:32:05 -0500 Report

Lobster,Steamed Clams,Crab Legs,Lump Crab Cakes…all dripping with Butter &Lemon..and a big Baked potato w/sourcream & butter..and finish it all off with Cheesecake..OOOOO, and two or three Margaritas to wash it down with..LOL Hugz,*DJ

Richard157
Richard157 2009-03-28 20:44:43 -0500 Report

I like saltines, only 2g carbs each. I crumble 6 saltines into a bowl and add several tablespoons of salsa and stir. That makes a nice 15g carb snack.

2009-03-28 21:27:50 -0500 Report

Richard! Live alittle, lol, tell us what you would eat if you had ONE DAY without diabetes, anything in the world that you would want to eat all you could of?

Marman
Marman 2009-03-28 21:57:24 -0500 Report

I'd love to have a large order of french fries with catsup and a Big Mac. For dessert I'd like a Banana Split Sundae.

Richard157
Richard157 2009-03-29 09:40:17 -0500 Report

There is a l9ocal pizza place that makes a big calzon that is a foot long. I would have them stuff it with extra cheese, sausage, ham and pepperoni. It would be over 200g carbs. I don't know if I could hold it all at one meal. I would love to try it though. I don't like sugar desserts. Too sweet!

2009-03-29 18:11:20 -0500 Report

Now THAT'S what I wanna see!!! This would be the day you could forget all about having diabetes, about counting carbs, just letting loose!

James_N_Claudia
James_N_Claudia 2009-03-28 16:01:38 -0500 Report

CHITALINS…ALL DAY! ;D I just love'em! Haven't had 'em in quite a while now :(
And some pickled pigs feet(this is why I have HIGH cholesterol, I am so sure!)

Miriam
Miriam 2009-03-28 15:55:55 -0500 Report

I would eat a chocolate molton lava cake. The whole thing. Actually anything dark chocolate!!

sabra55
sabra55 2009-03-28 13:59:05 -0500 Report

CHEESE CAKE I've been craving it for about a week now! anyone have a Diabetic recipe??????

tblack702
tblack702 2009-03-28 14:14:35 -0500 Report

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Prep Time: 20 Minutes

Cook Time: 1 Hour 5 Minutes
Serves: 16

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Ingredients
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Crust:
1 cup graham cracker crumbs
3 tablespoons butter, melted
Filling:
3 (8 ounce) packages reduced-fat cream cheese
1 cup SPLENDA® No Calorie Sweetener, Granulated
2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons vanilla
3 eggs
1/3 cup reduced fat milk
1/2 cup dulce de leche

Directions

1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
2. Mix crust ingredients together, and press into a 9-inch springform pan. Place pan on a baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes. Remove from oven and cool to room temperature.
3. Reset oven temperature to 325 degrees F.
4. Beat cream cheese, SPLENDA® Granulated Sweetener and flour together until well mixed and smooth. Add vanilla and mix until smooth. Add eggs one at a time, beating well after each addition. Mix until smooth. Add milk and mix until well blended.
5. Measure 1/2 cup of the cheesecake batter and pour into a small bowl. Add dulce de leche and stir until well combined.
6. Pour plain batter over crust. Top with dulce de leche batter by placing rounded spoonfuls over the cheesecake batter and gently swirl into plain batter with the tip of knife or spatula.
7. Bake 45-55 minutes or until center is almost set. Remove from oven and gently run metal spatula around rim of pan to loosen cheesecake (this helps prevent cracking). Let cool 20-25 minutes before covering and placing in the refrigerator. Refrigerate 4- 6 hours or overnight before serving.

Note
Serving Size: 1 slice (1/16 of cheesecake)

Graham cracker crumbs can be replaced with crushed vanilla wafers.

Nutrition Info
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories: 210
Calories from Fat: 110
Total Fat: 12g
Saturated Fat: 7g
Cholesterol: 70mg
Sodium: 210mg
Total Carbs: 17g
Dietary Fiber: 0g
Sugars: 11g
Protein: 7g
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cyncyn
cyncyn 2009-03-29 20:44:10 -0500 Report

checked this one out! it was excellent. my mother-in-law loved it. thank you .you saved her sweet tooth. lol

Ashalka
Ashalka 2009-03-28 13:40:16 -0500 Report

Pasta lots of it, bread with tons of butter, french fries, and a giant bag of plain M&M's, and wash it all down with apple or grape juice, for a snack I'd munch some sour cream and cheddar chips with onion dip.
drool drool drool

mary stevens
mary stevens 2009-03-28 13:03:00 -0500 Report

If I could have one day to eat anything I wanted it would be all the fruits I could eat without sending my sugar out of control and all the pasta too.

mary stevens
mary stevens 2009-03-28 13:02:09 -0500 Report

If I could have one day to eat anything I wanted it would be all the fruits I could eat without sending y sugar out of control and all the pasta too.

BeckyJ
BeckyJ 2009-03-28 12:52:03 -0500 Report

Fried Boudain Balls, hushpuppies and a some of my Tante Jenni's Brisket soaked in bourban barbecue sauce…oh and corn dodgers dripping in real butter! If you can't tell I'm addicted to Cajun food and there just isn't any way to do it up right "Diabetic Style" lol

Fred Ravenscraft
Fred Ravenscraft 2009-03-28 12:37:12 -0500 Report

I really miss the New York style cheesecake that I used to get on my travels to Manhattan. Just once it would feel good to order anything on the menu in a restaurant without having to think about carbs, and those foods that increase my BS dramatically.

Pauline B
Pauline B 2009-03-28 11:30:16 -0500 Report

I thought about this question for a minute, and currently I eat what I want. It's the quantities that get me down. When I go to a pizza parlor, and order my favorite, WITH anchovies, I can only eat 2 slices. A steak fills me up after 4 or 5 bites. I've learned the lessons too well. We've been doing a lot of hiking the past week, which I think entitles me to extra food, but the same thing happens—- after a few more bites than usual it's time to ask for a doggie bag.

jj57901
jj57901 2009-03-28 10:54:14 -0500 Report

sounds good. but i think i would eat all the pizza i can get my hands on. most of the time 3 slices does me just fine. after that, my bs climbs. oh yeah, all the hot wings i can eat too. yummy!!!

Sarguillo
Sarguillo 2009-03-04 19:39:29 -0600 Report

To go to a crab feed and eat all the crab and gralic bread my heart would desire. Wash it down with red wine, 1/2 a gallon would do. Take 2 hours of cracking and eating crab. This has happened in my younger days. Wont happen again. I did go to a crab feed in January. Didnt eat all the crab I wanted. Didnt eat any garlic bread. Only had one glass of red wine. 2 hours later, my BS was at an acceptable level.

sabra55
sabra55 2009-03-28 13:56:32 -0500 Report

That's what i'm talkin about Self Control
Good Job !!!!

conniek
conniek 2009-03-28 14:09:48 -0500 Report

self control is something you aquire when you don't want to give everything up. i eat what i want…i just don't eat the whole thing. sometimes a salad with a BITE of everything on the table that i love. it fills you up and you don't feel deprived.

DiabetesDiva
DiabetesDiva 2009-03-04 18:19:32 -0600 Report

An In & Out Burger with fries and a chocolate shake. Finish with a fresh ripe juicy mango. Then take a long nap, maybe a permanent one! Good thing the nearest one is about 40 miles away. I have not had a chocolate shake in about 2 years. My stomach is growling!

beauty416
beauty416 2009-03-04 12:19:48 -0600 Report

Fried potatoes and onions. I love fried potatoes and onions but cannot eat them very often because they would cause me to have a panic attack also. I love to smell fried potatoes and onions cooking out in the hall. They make my mouth water.

2009-03-04 13:59:55 -0600 Report

I also love fried potatoes and onions. Also love mashed potatoes.

Ginetteb
Ginetteb 2009-03-04 14:26:13 -0600 Report

Try putting your potato wedges in the oven. Here is how you do it. Put the potatoes on a cookie sheet. Pour about one tablespoon of olive oil or canola oil and make sure that all the potatoes are coated with the oil. Put in the over at 350 degreesfor about 1 hour. They look and taste exactly like french fries but with far less calories and fat.
Good luck!
If I could eat anything I wanted for one single day, I would do exactly what I'm doing now, except more of it without feeling guilty for doing a crime against my own health. I just love to eat.
I need a personal cook, one that will give me what I'm supposed to eat, how much I'm supposed to eat and when I'm supposed to eat. Does anyone know of a cook I could have for free?