I have been eating a lot of cabbage lately—bok choy and green. I chop it up and sautée it in a little oil in a dutch oven on the stove top. After it caramelizes, I add lots of black pepper and some cubed ham (optional). Then I pour in a little water, cover, and steam it for ten minutes. I eat it over basmati or long grain rice. The rice soaks up the liquid. Delicious. I also eat quite a bit of romaine-based salads. I eat very little dairy—cheese every once in a while (lactose intolerance).
I love French bread from the bakery and eat far more of it than I probably should (bleached white flour, gluten). I rarely eat eggs, pasta, cereals, or fruit—except when I did the vegan challenge. I eat quite a bit of tomatoes, pork loin, various other vegetables, fish/shellfish, and chicken. I rarely eat ground beef. When I do eat beef it is raw or cooked rare and very lean. I eat less than one percent of potatoes and nuts. I never eat peanut butter or bananas.
I'm not a soda drinker but I do drink copious amounts of seltzer. And a cup or two of a coffee day. I also drink hot tea—Earl Grey is my favorite. I occasionally drink beer and vodka, indulge in sweets like chocolate, and chomp on chips. Oh, and I eat lots of ice cubes in bed when I read. Sometime I eat pretzels in bed as well. And I love candy.