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post #61 of 93
My weakness is chocolate, only do not put my chocolate in the fridge! It has to be eaten at room temperature and accompanied with seriously strong cofee. I am salivating now...
post #62 of 93
Popcorn! Especially movie popcorn! Wish I could make popcorn like that.
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post #63 of 93
My guilty pleasures of eating:

grilled cheese at a restaurant, so you know it's made with processed cheese and enough butter to make it tasty but not so much that it's greasy

a chocolate chip cookie straight out of the oven
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post #64 of 93
Homemade pimento cheese with a good piece of smoked ham on light rye. Thats a real grilled cheese. A local bakery makes killer apple pie with haralson apples and sided with cinnamon ice cream.

In-n-out...what can you say, they are the best fast food hamburger out there. I'll take a double double and fries to go please.
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post #65 of 93
Potato chips with ketchup ... I can rarely get fries made crispy enough to suit me, so I started playing around with the crispiest fries I could find. I prefer thick cut or ridged chips, either plain or the salt & pepper variety, and a side bowl of my favorite ketchup, sometimes infused with Marie Sharp's habanero sauce, sometimes not.

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post #66 of 93

guilty munch

A chip butty...white bread with butter lots of fries and HP sauce...magic
post #67 of 93
Have you tried ketchup chips from Canada? If not, I'll send you some. All my American family & friends love them(along with the dill pickle chips)

canadiangirl
post #68 of 93
Thanks, I sent ypu an email.

Shel
post #69 of 93
I get the occasional McD cravings, Popeyes, and the everything under the sun fried rice.
post #70 of 93
Southern Louisiana, down in the bayou.....sold only at hole in the walls....

french bread, french fries, cheese, gravy....carbs are us....those Acadiana Cajuns kept some of the traditions from Canada when they were booted out and moved to God's country where anything that moves is considered food.
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post #71 of 93
4 things:

1- Ice cream (favs: chocolate chip mint, cookie dough, lemon)
2- Chocolate (ANY)
3- Candy corn (yes, I know, I know... pure sugar and coloring... but how DELICIOUS... I am so addicted to that stuff. I had a craving one night at 1 am and my sweet husband went to the store and grabbed some for me :))
4- Red wine (I love to drink some good red wine while I cook... specially if it's a Malbec)


Oh.. candy cornn...
post #72 of 93
What are you trying to say???:confused:

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post #73 of 93
Bacon!! Yum.

And Kettle Chips
post #74 of 93
Kettle chips are quite yummy. My favorite type has cracked pepper and sea salt.
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post #75 of 93
Wendy's fries and a chocolate Frosty. Both taste like baboon butt by themselves but together... mmmmmmmmmm....

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post #76 of 93
Hi I'm Canadian , which brand of ketchup chips?
post #77 of 93
my own truffles...... and a cup of coffee1!!! yummy
post #78 of 93
Cajun creamed shrimp pressed into a baguette, Eat it with a fork and knife, Like the old bookmakers sandwich. Anyone remember that one ?
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post #79 of 93
"taste Like Baboon Butt" .....!!!????!!!!!
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post #80 of 93
Never had baboon butt, How does it eat ?
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post #81 of 93

guilty pleasures

dodgy kebabs are good,

chips(french fries) and curry sauce with vinegar soaked chips mmmmm

cheesy snacks, nuclear orange ones.
post #82 of 93
Hi Rene! I'm thinking lays and Pringles but definitly not humpty dumpty!! Any suggestions?

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post #83 of 93
I have no "baboon butt" experience to know what you are meaning... :D
post #84 of 93
Canada has the coolest flag, Nepal 2nd

Oh guilty munch . . French Nestle milk chocolate with pistachio praline filling . . . had that 7 yrs ago and shoulda carried home as much as I could.
post #85 of 93
1 -:smoking: Frozen French Fries instead of real chips.

2 - :rolleyes: Eat any kind of fancy food with chocolat milk (a big glass).

3 - :D just one kind of cereals (the square ones with chocolat inside) eat the hole box when as soon as I buy it .


4 - :roll:Burping (even knowing it not good I think it's very relieving and sometimes I think of it as addictive )
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post #86 of 93
I just saw this message now , sorry for being so long in the response

Yes Lays!!! and NOT Humpty Dumpty, Have you tried "Mis Vickie's" they are yummy too
post #87 of 93
For Halloween I bought some candy for the kids. Hardly any kids came by so I had leftover candy. Hadn't even tasted this candy b4


NESTLE CRUNCH CRISP. . . Now I'm addicted. I went from "not interested in candy" to "yum!"
post #88 of 93
greasy grilled cheese with an egg fried on top and the yolk running all over it. And a beer.

And kinder bueno (which you can't find in the states), and I might as well say nutella too.

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post #89 of 93
And unmonypoly saturated fatty hot dogs are great too as long as they're made at a real sausage shop
post #90 of 93
Come to think of it (again) I used to make "yolker toast" Crack 6 eggs and seperate the whites from the yolks, Use only 2 whites and 6 yolks and cook like a sunny side up, Then serve with over buttered white toast, Have a strong black coffee on hand:lips::lips::lips:
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