Episode 21 – Were you the fat friend?

Posted by on Mar 19, 2009 in Honeymoon Period, Psychological Issues, Recipes

Episode 21 – Were you the fat friend?

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In episode 21 we announce a new segment called “The Freak of the Week”,  talk a little about being the fat friend and show you a weight loss surgery friendly recipe for The Enormous Eggurrito!


  • We are starting a new segment called…”A Freak of the Week”.
  • We want to highlight our viewers even more so submit your  photos.
  • Answer the questions  and tell us why you are a surgically altered freak.
  • Weight loss surgery CAN cause a change to certain friendships.
  • Post weight loss surgery can be a time when you find out who your real friends are.
  • Could it be that we are the “Fat Friend”? What is the Fat Friend?
  • Silver lining…you are healthier and happier.
  • What is a gigantic egg burrito type thing?
  • We show you a great new recipe for eggs.


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9 Responses to “Episode 21 – Were you the fat friend?”

  1. Whoo hooo, I get to be the first one to comment :)

    Great job once again, you Fabulous Freaks! The enormous eggurito sounds really good – that’s definitely going on my post-surgery menu.

  2. T2Nashville says:

    It’s not Disco Duck – it’s Disco Mike! “Disco – Disco Mike!”

  3. You guys are awesome! Your stuff just gets better and better!

  4. Heike Burleigh says:

    You guys keep cracking me up!!!

    I will def try the gynormous eggurito, but how many degrees do I bake it on???

    ~Heike :)

  5. Mmm, egglicious.

  6. Great question…missed that didn’t we. :-)

    350 degrees.


  7. mrsmabrya says:

    Dannng that recipe looks slammin.. I love eggs cholesterol was kinda high last time I checked….I’m willing to try and keep for my post-op days…thanks for sharing Toni!

  8. Does (or Will) this keep at all in the fridge for a day or two? I want to try it but it’d have to be a few meals even if my hubby shares.

  9. Hi Karen…I don’t know really if it keeps. Egg dishes tend not to…but you could just try cutting the recipe in half or even a quarter, using a smaller cooking pan or even a pie pan?

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