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What food is your weakness?

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What do you crave often or die to eat - but rarely do or don't eat because you can't afford it? Or you indulge eventhough you shouldn't?

My weakness, I've heard, is gross - Artichoke Bruschetta on saltine crackers.

MMM - they don't sell it anywhere locally so I pick up a small bottle whenever I'm in the city and eat it immediately.
 

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Too many to mention. Japanese food, I can eat wakamé and miso soup morning or night. Indonesian food, if I smell it I want it, especially nasi kuning, I can crave the smell alone. Marinated artichokes.., can't do without, I always have some in stock. I can go on and on, no wonder I'm fat. :lol:
 

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Marinated Olives, Sun Dried Tomatoes...basically all Mediterranean food that doesn't have fish in it, and Turkish Delight
 

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What do you crave often or die to eat - but rarely do or don't eat because you can't afford it? Or you indulge eventhough you shouldn't?

My weakness, I've heard, is gross - Artichoke Bruschetta on saltine crackers.

MMM - they don't sell it anywhere locally so I pick up a small bottle whenever I'm in the city and eat it immediately.
I have many (which is probably I am overweight).

ICB cream soda, certain flavors of ben and jerry's ice cream, snickers bars, brownies, cookies, some other things...

What I try and do is never go shopping while hungry and never buy those things so they are not sitting in the house tempting me.
 

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Steamed maryland blue crabs... I WILL stop despite complaints and protests...... everytime
 

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Ach, sea food. Any sort of sea food. Best lobster I have ever eaten was in a swanky restaurant in Boston.
 

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Ach, sea food. Any sort of sea food. Best lobster I have ever eaten was in a swanky restaurant in Boston.




Best lobster I ever had was the one of the several I've caught and steamed over seaweed on the beach in Maine. :thumbs:
 

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Steamed maryland blue crabs... I WILL stop despite complaints and protests...... everytime
OMG. I remember going up to Maryland (the state I was born in btw) and getting crabs with my grandfather. He would always pull up his pot and would have gobs of them (more than enough to fill a paper grocery bag) and we would feast on crab for two days.
 

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It's not proper food if it isn't wrapped in pastry.
 

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OMG. I remember going up to Maryland (the state I was born in btw) and getting crabs with my grandfather. He would always pull up his pot and would have gobs of them (more than enough to fill a paper grocery bag) and we would feast on crab for two days.





We do our own crabbing in LBI, but I always love stopping at a shack in maryland for the atmosphere. :thumbs:
 

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I have many (which is probably I am overweight).

ICB cream soda, certain flavors of ben and jerry's ice cream, snickers bars, brownies, cookies, some other things...

What I try and do is never go shopping while hungry and never buy those things so they are not sitting in the house tempting me.
Respect bar has been raised. :thumbs:
 

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Uhm fellas, shouln't you know the name of your favorite soda?


Isn't it IBC?


:ssst:
 

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another weakness of mine is Bundaberg Ginger Beer, that **** is tasty
 

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I haven't tried that one.



Here is the difference you NEED to know...



Ingredients and Nutritional Information

IBC Cream Soda:

Contains: carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup and/or sugar, natural and artificial flavors, soduim benzoate (preservative), calcium disodium edta (to protect flavor). No Caffeine

Boylan's Creme Soda:


Carbonated Water, Cane Sugar, Pure Vanilla Extract, Natural and Artificial flavors, Caramel color, citric acid, Sodium Benzoate (preserve freshness).
 

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When I lived in Wisconsin, nothing could ever touch the tasty greatness of deep fried cheese curds cooked in beer batter. Now that I don't live there anymore I wander around a tasteless world devoid of happiness and joy.
 

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When I lived in Wisconsin, nothing could ever touch the tasty greatness of deep fried cheese curds cooked in beer batter. Now that I don't live there anymore I wander around a tasteless world devoid of happiness and joy.


Step one.


Buy cheese curds.

Step two.


Beer Batter them


Step three.

Fry em....



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But it will never taste the same and you'll always be disapointed!

We bought strawberries when we were in California - Oh my GAWD they were sinfully sweet! MMMMM! Even the green part was SWEET!

Now my world of strawberries is never plain - they're all gross - even the ones brought in from California. :confused:
 

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But it will never taste the same and you'll always be disapointed!

We bought strawberries when we were in California - Oh my GAWD they were sinfully sweet! MMMMM! Even the green part was SWEET!

Now my world of strawberries is never plain - they're all gross - even the ones brought in from California. :confused:
Grow your own, they are super easy to take care of.
 

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Step one.


Buy cheese curds.

Step two.


Beer Batter them


Step three.

Fry em....



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Don't have a deep fryer, nor can I get cheese curds down here in the south. I'd have to have them shipped.

We used to live just a few mile down the road from a cheese factory and could the freshest cheese curds made that day.
 

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Don't have a deep fryer, nor can I get cheese curds down here in the south. I'd have to have them shipped.

We used to live just a few mile down the road from a cheese factory and could the freshest cheese curds made that day.




We have "chicken delight" here near where I live.... we always ordered thier chicken and pizza (they made both most excellent), I noticed just the other day they are a canadian company, and have poutine on thier menu....


I called.


Well on thier canadian menu anyway. :(
 

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We have "chicken delight" here near where I live.... we always ordered thier chicken and pizza (they made both most excellent), I noticed just the other day they are a canadian company, and have poutine on thier menu....


I called.


Well on thier canadian menu anyway. :(

I always though cheese curd were a Canadian thing. When I visit my American friends, they ALWAYS ask me to bring some curds. Personally, I don't like 'em and I am a cheese lover.
 
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