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Dark Helmet
23rd July 09, 04:32 PM
I love Peanut butter with Nutella on toast! Don't you?

Post your everyday snark you eat after work.

Ajamil
23rd July 09, 04:56 PM
I eat at work. Can't beat a salad/fruit/soup bar for $3.50. Eight hours of snacking.

EuropIan
23rd July 09, 05:07 PM
I love Peanut butter with Nutella on toast! Don't you?

Post your everyday snark you eat after work.
Peanutbutter and Nutella on bread is great, a winning combination.

jvjim
23rd July 09, 05:10 PM
Fried shrimp, spring rolls, macadamia nut cookies, reese's cups, brie, fries, nachos, salad, soup, gumbo, man could I go on.

Cullion
23rd July 09, 05:50 PM
Fruit and nuts. Sometimes I relapse and eat crisps.

Harpy
23rd July 09, 06:05 PM
Salt & vinegar baked rice crisps.

socratic
23rd July 09, 06:17 PM
Peanut Butter, Banana, Honey sammich. Toast that bitch and you'll be in heaven.

Harpy
23rd July 09, 06:27 PM
SANDWICH!!!!! Not 'sammich'!

EuropIan
23rd July 09, 06:34 PM
^
http://www.kpebiz.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/10/slap.jpg
It's sammich!
Make me one, NOW!

Harpy
23rd July 09, 06:41 PM
There are so many of you on this forum that need a good whipping and a day in the stocks. So little time...

socratic
23rd July 09, 07:15 PM
SANDWICH!!!!! Not 'sammich'!

SAAAAAAAAMIIIIIIIIIIICH!!!!!

Zendetta
23rd July 09, 08:08 PM
everyday snark

I get most of my daily requirement of "snark" on sociocide, of course.

partyboy
23rd July 09, 08:14 PM
I get most of my daily requirement of "snark" on sociocide, of course.

http://screenshots.filesnetwork.com/31/files2/68911_1t.jpg

???

Aaranar
23rd July 09, 08:20 PM
Popps used to go with Karo syrup and peanut butter, mix till smooth and eat on crackers or spooned into cut celery. The latter is better, health wise.

1 bag of Tostitos scoops.
2 bags Kraft shredded Mexican 4 cheese blend
1 jar of Salsa, your choice or homemade

Lay whole scoops on baking sheet in rows.
1 spoon of salsa in each scoop.
Top filled scoops with generous pinch of cheese.
Place baking sheet under broiler until cheese is melted.
Crumble bacon over the top before serving if you like. Diced chillies too if you feel the need.

socratic
23rd July 09, 08:27 PM
Popps used to go with Karo syrup and peanut butter, mix till smooth and eat on crackers or spooned into cut celery. The latter is better, health wise.

Elucidate bold plz.

DAYoung
23rd July 09, 08:29 PM
1. Bananas. Delicious, quick, simple.

2. Cereal. My favourite meal of the day, my muesli supper, with lots of fruit.

3, Sardines on toast, with tomato sauce. Mmmmmm...

Zendetta
23rd July 09, 08:34 PM
Sesame rice crackers dipped in a ripe avocado

Aaranar
23rd July 09, 08:56 PM
Elucidate bold plz.


http://www.karosyrup.com/

I never suspected they had a website, but there ya go.

DAYoung
23rd July 09, 08:58 PM
Mmmmm...

Salty crackers, creamy avocado, fresh, sweet tomato.

And maybe a glass of pinot noir...

Steve
23rd July 09, 09:17 PM
I'll be over here with the rest of the men, "snarking" on our beef/turkey jerky or other dried animals.

Dark Helmet
23rd July 09, 09:43 PM
Mmmmm...

Salty crackers, creamy avocado, fresh, sweet tomato.

And maybe a glass of pinot noir...
Thats almost a meal

Virus
23rd July 09, 09:51 PM
Salted peanuts.

Olives.

Dark Helmet
23rd July 09, 10:00 PM
Spicy Tofu spread on whole wheat bread or pita.

Harpy
23rd July 09, 10:06 PM
Mmm, tofu. +rep for eating it but why would you spread it on bread?

DAYoung
23rd July 09, 10:08 PM
Scotch Whiskey and chocolate.

socratic
23rd July 09, 10:10 PM
Mmm, tofu. +rep for eating it but why would you spread it on bread?

That's like a double-carb-whammy.

Tofu is good only in the context of heavily flavoursome meals. Shit, Japanese people don't use it all that heavily in their diets; seafood is number one. Veggies hijacking tofu and turning into a centre-piece of a meal is hilariously stoopid.

Harpy
23rd July 09, 10:19 PM
socratic - double carb whammy? Please explain this.

Dark Helmet
23rd July 09, 10:26 PM
Mmm, tofu. +rep for eating it but why would you spread it on bread?
How else do you eat it? By the way I'll only take a half a pita bread just to fill my stomach. This is after all a snack before supper.

Dark Helmet
23rd July 09, 10:35 PM
Scotch Whiskey and chocolate.
Blended or single malt? Also, dark chocolate? And another thing will you marry me?

socratic
23rd July 09, 10:39 PM
socratic - double carb whammy? Please explain this.

okay-but-not-great carbs plus empty carbs = shitty meal. A double whammy of shittiness.

DAYoung
24th July 09, 12:08 AM
Blended or single malt? Also, dark chocolate? And another thing will you marry me?

Single-malt, dark and yes, but only if if you buy/build me a writer's cottage, something like Henry James' house in Kent.

Ajamil
24th July 09, 12:44 AM
Halava when having food cooked around me. Man was that stuff bad for you. Cream of wheat baked in butter and sugar, with whatever flavoring you fancied, cut up into cubes and chow down. No wonder I hit 200+ lbs.

These days the corner store sells huge buckets of mixed chips, cheetos, pretzels, other snacky things. If I crave I hop down and get that.

DAYoung
24th July 09, 12:53 AM
Hey, Arjuna:

THE SCRIPTURES SAY YOU SHOULD SEEK 'ATMAN', NOT 'FATMAN'!

bob
24th July 09, 02:54 AM
I'll be over here with the rest of the men, "snarking" on our beef/turkey jerky or other dried animals.

Beef jerky is da bomb. Expensive, but great for climbing, hiking etc.

Neildo
24th July 09, 03:42 AM
http://www.taquitos.net/im/sn/OldDutch-PC-SCO.jpg

Neildo
24th July 09, 03:43 AM
with an ice cold coke oh fuck so good

Robot Jesus
24th July 09, 03:58 AM
I photosynthesize, but If it night I'll just filter feed.

Steve
24th July 09, 04:02 AM
Beef jerky is da bomb. Expensive, but great for climbing, hiking etc.

So we have at least one advantage here...

http://www.fritolay.com/our-snacks/oh-boy-oberto-teriyaki-turkey.html

Japuma
24th July 09, 06:59 AM
Synders of Hanover buffalo pretzel pieces....


Or a good blue stilton cheese on cracked pepper crackers with some thin sliced honeycrisp apples.

bob
24th July 09, 09:05 AM
So we have at least one advantage here...

http://www.fritolay.com/our-snacks/oh-boy-oberto-teriyaki-turkey.html

Believe it or not I've had Kangaroo, Salmon and Emu jerky. Beef is still the best.

socratic
25th July 09, 03:51 AM
Believe it or not I've had Kangaroo, Salmon and Emu jerky. Beef is still the best.

Emu jerky tastes like blood. Kangaroo can act for a stand in for any style of beef if you ask me, but I haven't eaten the jerky of either.

Harpy
26th July 09, 09:25 PM
Snack time at Lily's place, tofu satay (with your choice of dipping sauce):
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3504/3179703309_c9ce3f703c.jpg

DAYoung
26th July 09, 09:31 PM
That looks good.

Harpy
26th July 09, 09:33 PM
Some American will tell us to put Blue cheese dressing and mayonnaise over it.

DAYoung
26th July 09, 09:37 PM
And then a certain Brit may tell you where to put it.

But it looks good to me.

Harpy
26th July 09, 09:39 PM
Followed by a certain Dane who would post a youtube music video somehow tying it altogether.

Is tofu on the menu at your place DA?

DAYoung
26th July 09, 09:45 PM
It used to be. Not so much nowadays.

Although dinner a couple of nights ago was a delicious tofu, tomato and avocado sandwich.

Harpy
26th July 09, 09:57 PM
What do you give your kids for snacks (do you'll set a good example)?

Ajamil
26th July 09, 10:02 PM
I love bleu cheese, but mayo is egg paste - no thank you. And it's hard to get creamy dressings without mayo...I've made substitutes with yogurt, though.

Have you ever made or cooked with paneer, Lily? I find it's texture preferable to chewy tofu.

Harpy
26th July 09, 10:08 PM
Arjuna - tofu is preferable to paneer in terms of cholesterol/fat content. I just find tofu much more versatile and it just depends how you season your cooking (plus if your tofu is 'chewy' you're probably overcooking it :P)

Ajamil
26th July 09, 10:10 PM
But I like the fat. It's how I keep my insides squidgy.

Harpy
26th July 09, 10:12 PM
Oh, you need the fat honey. I don't.

DAYoung
26th July 09, 10:44 PM
Listen to her. She knows what she's talking about.

Harpy
26th July 09, 10:49 PM
Backhanded compliment. I'll take it.

Are you still sick and resting at home DA?

DAYoung
26th July 09, 10:54 PM
Would I be on Sociocide on a Monday if I were well?

I'm still naked in bed, vainly clutching my mobile phone, typing to Sociocide's finest.

Harpy
26th July 09, 11:02 PM
Awww, poor baby. Why don't you drape your blanket over yourself toga-style and go for a little walk to get some sunshine.

Is your nurse there with you?

P.S. - get well soon

DAYoung
26th July 09, 11:08 PM
I'm quarantined (though sunshine would be nice). And, no, my poor nurse has two kids and her own potential 'flu to deal with. She can't keep a bedside vigil.

socratic
30th July 09, 01:30 AM
Tofu is extremely versatile. After all, it has so many uses that it was never intended for. You know, like, feature in shitty western food as a replacement for real ingredients because the cook is too sanctimonious to eat properly. Tofu satay for example.

Neildo
30th July 09, 03:16 AM
i got fierce munchies right now. what would be a good substitute for doritios? cuz i should probably stop eating shit like that.

socratic
30th July 09, 06:41 AM
i got fierce munchies right now. what would be a good substitute for doritios? cuz i should probably stop eating shit like that.

Just eat the damn doritos.

Ajamil
31st July 09, 11:26 PM
Caramel or white cheese rice cakes. Seriously, those things rock when you just need to chew and taste something.

DAYoung
1st August 09, 05:00 PM
I like rice cakes.

There, I've said it.

socratic
4th August 09, 05:37 AM
I like bean paste confections. There, I said it. Actually, no I don't, I just had one good one once.

fes_fsa
5th August 09, 01:52 PM
peanut butter on a cinnamon raisin bagel... or jalapeno cream cheese on an onion bagel.

sometimes, me and the kids will chow down on mango cut up into little porcupines. :)

Ajamil
5th August 09, 02:55 PM
Toasted bread with diced green olives and cream cheese. mmmmmmm.

Kiko
9th August 09, 09:50 AM
Potato Knish with melted cheese and mustard.... nummmy!

http://www.store.gabilas.com/images/11744532798281658057722.jpeg

Cullion
9th August 09, 11:29 AM
A simple toasted cheese sandwich.

Toast & crunchy peanut butter.

Tom Yum soup when you've got a cold.

Pork pie & mustard.

Ajamil
11th August 09, 12:38 AM
I've thought of a new snack you guys should try...

Cullion
11th August 09, 02:10 AM
It's not a new idea dude.

http://www.taquitos.net/im/sn/OMalleys-CMH.jpg

Ham flavoured crisps been in the UK for years and years. Multiple brands.

Ajamil
11th August 09, 09:28 AM
Aha!! Ham flavoured potato crisps!! So they're not actually ham chips!

Cullion
12th August 09, 04:41 AM
Are you taking about some kind of crispy ham jerky? Because I'm willing to countenance that.

Cullion
12th August 09, 04:43 AM
You have pork scratchings in the US I think? Don't you call them 'pork rinds' ?

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v623/puzzicato/Food/rosecottageporkscratchings.jpg?t=1250070171

Kiko
12th August 09, 06:08 AM
*grabs some of the pork rinds and tosses them into the Fat Club thread with the donut*

Ajamil
12th August 09, 09:06 AM
Are you taking about some kind of crispy ham jerky? Because I'm willing to countenance that.

Awwright Cullion! Getting in on the ground floor - want stock options and prices?

Cullion
15th August 09, 08:09 AM
prices and recipe please.

Ajamil
15th August 09, 10:27 AM
I'm thinking $2-3 a bag, and we'll start with classic then maybe branch out into honey-baked, BBQ, and hot dog. We could probably start in on other meats at some point. Lamb chips, spam chips...

Harpy
18th August 09, 10:49 PM
I would not buy your chips.

Ultimate snack, KIWIFRUIT! I've been having one every night for the last two weeks, delicious :)

http://www.taste.com.au/images/articles/untitled10161159.jpg

Ajamil
19th August 09, 12:57 AM
Ooh! Do you eat the rind of a kiwifruit? People think I'm weird for this, but I love the fact that I can eat every part of a kiwi cept for the little nub where it was attached to the stem. And is it just me or is the white center the sweetest and best part?

Harpy
19th August 09, 01:10 AM
You are correct about the centre. You are also very very weird for eating the skin (or are you talking about the 'rind')?

Ajamil
19th August 09, 01:27 AM
No, I meant skin. I'm blaming my sobriety on my lack of typing skills tonight.

Cullion
19th August 09, 03:13 AM
I'm thinking $2-3 a bag,

What weight of cripsy pig does that get you?


and we'll start with classic then maybe branch out into honey-baked, BBQ, and hot dog.

Good flavours. Szechuan needs to be in there. There's always got to be a hot spice option.



We could probably start in on other meats at some point. Lamb chips, spam chips...

I don't think Lamb would work so well, spam's disgusting and beef and chicken have already been done.

resolve
19th August 09, 09:02 PM
Gator chips... I would eat them :)

Harpy
19th August 09, 09:51 PM
Arjuna - how about Egg Crisps? Haven't seen that done before.

Ajamil
19th August 09, 11:34 PM
How would you get the egg slices to bake/fry and ship without crumbling away?

Cullion
20th August 09, 05:35 AM
bitsized egg-fried rice cakes.

partyboy
13th October 10, 05:28 PM
saltine crackers with crunchy peanut butter and a little bit of honey

SoulMechanic
13th October 10, 08:31 PM
^^with ice cold milk

Harpy
13th October 10, 08:39 PM
I wonder what NoB likes to snack on?

Multigrain corn thins with crunchy peanut butter and roiboos tea.

Kiko
14th October 10, 12:26 AM
Whatever Mrs. NoB tells him he can have?

I'll go for baby carrots dipped in ranch or blue cheese dressing.. And cauliflower too!

Harpy
14th October 10, 12:32 AM
Raw cauliflower? Or blanched, steamed etc?

Kiko
14th October 10, 12:55 AM
Raw! It's crunchy and nummy.

Sometimes raw zucchini or summer squash slices too. I have a veggie mode once in a while...

Ajamil
14th October 10, 11:50 AM
It sounds divine when it comes about. I'll go through a bag of baby carrots dip or no.

I also like peanuts in the shell - good tasting and makes you work to get your food, so it helps cut down the amount eaten during TV/movie/game snacking.

Kiko
14th October 10, 12:12 PM
It sounds divine when it comes about. I'll go through a bag of baby carrots dip or no.

I also like peanuts in the shell - good tasting and makes you work to get your food, so it helps cut down the amount eaten during TV/movie/game snacking.

YES! Peanuts are amazing. Shelling them is messy but good for those reasons. Nuts in general are super. I've been known to go through 2 lb containers of mixed nuts myself... in time. Even the brazil nuts. Must be something in them that my body needs from time to time.

Harpy
14th October 10, 12:17 PM
Kiko - the other vegies are great but cauliflower really shouldn't be eaten raw. Might be some interesting bugs within the florettes.

Arj - yup, unsalted nuts in their shells are the yum. Though I don't have the patience for pumpkin seeds.

Kiko
14th October 10, 12:20 PM
Never seen bugs. Sorry, I like it crunchy. I'll just have to take my chances, eh?

UNSALTED? I'd eat more of 'em that way....

Japuma
14th October 10, 12:37 PM
Raw cauliflower is the best...

How are you too impatient to eat pumpkin seeds? You just eat the whole damn thing, there's no work involved.

Kiko
14th October 10, 12:39 PM
They have to be roasted first, don't they?

partyboy
14th October 10, 12:41 PM
Nuts in general are super.


hurray for putting out of context quotes in your sig...

Kiko
14th October 10, 12:43 PM
Fair enough. You're one of the nuttiest nuts in this place. Fitting that you use it.

Japuma
14th October 10, 12:51 PM
They have to be roasted first, don't they?

Yeah, but you can buy already roasted pumpkin seeds too.

Curried Pumpkin Seeds:

Whisk together 1 egg white with 2 tbsp of curry powder and salt,
Toss seeds in the egg whites and drain excess whites,
Bake until crispy, (400 F for 10 or 11 mins)
add more salt/curry powder after they come out of the oven to taste.

Kiko
14th October 10, 12:53 PM
But it's almost time for....

http://img337.imageshack.us/img337/5373/jackolanterns2bw5.jpg

Neildo
14th October 10, 07:10 PM
Kiko - the other vegies are great but cauliflower really shouldn't be eaten raw. Might be some interesting bugs within the florettes

wash the cauliflower first? i always eat it raw, i find it is generally flavourless but even more so once steamed. raw is best. with ranch dip.

also, baby carrots are often washed with chlorine before packaging. it's better to cut up the big ones.

Harpy
14th October 10, 07:33 PM
Have you ever run boiling water through fresh cauliflower?? Where are NoB and BOIHOLE to back me up on this?

Neildo
14th October 10, 07:35 PM
that's not a terrible idea

Harpy
14th October 10, 07:39 PM
Just run boiling water through the cauli first okay? Not to cook it but to kill any bugs, then rerun through ice cold water. Slice and voilą...raw cauliflower for dipping.

SoulMechanic
14th October 10, 08:12 PM
Your way sucks. I like the free added protein.

Harpy
14th October 10, 08:21 PM
Liar. You just got your water supply disconnected for not paying your bills. You wish you could wash the scraps you bring in from the bins outside!

Steve
14th October 10, 08:33 PM
CHEESE!!!!

I am currently enamored with a cheese made in Il Forteto, Italy. I just had a small wedge that another cheese lover bought for us to share and can't get it out of my mind. Unfortunately, the Whole Foods store that he got it from only labeled it as "Il Forteto," which doesn't help me much in finding out what specific type of cheese it was (more than one type comes out of the city).

It was like a VERY sharp cheddar but with an amazing after taste of completely different flavor.

Neildo
14th October 10, 09:21 PM
i love british vernacular. PACKET O CRISPS MATE FWAAAAAH

Kiko
15th October 10, 12:14 AM
Raw cauliflower isn't bland. It's a bit peppery, actually.

Lily, when you say bugs, do you mean insects or like microbial bugs? I'd rather boost my immunity with the latter and I'll most likely see the former.

Harpy
15th October 10, 12:34 AM
Insects.

Best to remove all excess leaves, cut into large chunks and immerse in boiling water with some salt added to it. Drain off water, rinse and repeat with another douse in fresh boiling water, drain and immerse in ice cold water to stop the 'cooking' process from the hot water immersion.

I avoid cauliflower for the most part.

Ajamil
15th October 10, 02:49 AM
What the hell, Lily?? More than three steps and you might as well cook - it's not a snack anymore.

Steve and I need to go to a cheese tasting event.

Kiko
15th October 10, 06:15 AM
Insects.

Best to remove all excess leaves, cut into large chunks...

I usually do this. Actually cut most of the stem away and break the flowerettes apart for dipping. I have NEVER seen bugs.

partyboy
15th October 10, 07:01 AM
I usually do this. Actually cut most of the stem away and break the flowerettes apart for dipping. I have NEVER seen bugs.

american pesticides ftw

Kiko
15th October 10, 07:14 AM
Partyboy? This is for you....

http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lab2nyC5iJ1qzpwi0o1_400.gif

resolve
15th October 10, 09:32 AM
I've developed horrible allergies to all my favorite fruits.

I can no longer eat:

Apples
Raspberries
Blackberries
Strawberries
Mangoes
Kiwi
Melons of most types

However, oddly enough, I don't get allergic reactions to any of those when they are cooked!? I also seem to have developed an allergy to fresh carrots but when cooked they are also ok to consume.

I also have a mild allergic reaction to bananas, but if I down a benadryl before I eat them I'm usually ok.

What sucks the most is that it's gotten very hard to make smoothies now...

Ajamil
15th October 10, 11:19 AM
Could it be the pesticides on the fruit?

SoulMechanic
15th October 10, 11:29 AM
God is trying to tell you that fruits shouldn't eat fruits.

Ragout
15th October 10, 01:57 PM
What sucks the most is that it's gotten very hard to make smoothies now...

Meat smoothies can be tasty. Try a bacon cheeseburger smoothie sometime.

Ajamil
16th October 10, 02:59 AM
Or oatmeal and honey. Or veggie blends - carrot juice is very sweet.

Cullion
16th October 10, 09:54 AM
Could it be the pesticides on the fruit?

That was my first thought too. He might be able to test it by trying some organics.

Kiko
11th December 10, 07:04 AM
New thread? Nah....

http://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2010/12/10/Tired-of-BBQ-chips-Here-comes-haggis/UPI-15441292009889/

http://www.upi.com/r/m/story/12920101545629/

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Dec. 10 (UPI) -- Scotland's national delicacy, haggis, will soon be available to American snack hounds in potato chip form, a North Carolina importer said.
Great Scot International announced this week it would have Mackie's Haggis and Cracked Black Pepper chips on display at its booth at the annual Fancy Food Show in New York next month.
"We know that flavors with a Scottish twist are popular because Haggis and Cracked Black Pepper is our best-selling flavor," Kirstin Mackie, managing director of Mackie's, said in a written statement.
Haggis is the legendary blend of various sheep organs and parts traditionally simmered in a casing made of sheep stomach and served with great ceremony at holiday banquets and other festive Highland and Lowland occasions.
Mackie said it was able to replicate the distinct flavor of haggis, which is described as "nutty," on chips along with a shot of pepper. The chips won Product of the Year at the 2010 Scottish Food and Drink Excellence Awards.

Adouglasmhor
11th December 10, 09:15 AM
MACKIES make really good ice cream, vanilla, honeycomb, chocolate and raspberry ripple. Never tasted the crisps though.

jnp
11th December 10, 10:36 AM
Can I get a Dim Sum entourage to follow me around? Because I think that would be lovely.

Thanks to my high metabolism, I typically snack on whatever is available.

A few of my neighbor's dogs have disappeared, but no one's figured it out yet.

Nasreal
15th December 10, 09:34 PM
Newly invented (as far as i know by me) new favorite late night snack. PB&J on the Griddle: 1) two slices of bread, buttered. 2. Take the butter sides and put them down, make sure they're buttered good cuz you'll lose some on the plate. Prepare PB&J as desired. In order to prevent all kinds of running and sloppiness, what I do is put PB on both slices of bread and put the jelly mostly in the middle, and make sure i press the edges of the sandwich together. 3. Once you put the bread back together you've now got a PB&J with butter on the outside duh. So what is one to do with it? 4. Fry it up in your griddle pan like a grilled cheese sandwich of course. Might wanna put some pam in that there pan just to prevent sticking. 5. Enjoy.

Kiko
16th December 10, 05:49 AM
Don't wanna burst your bubble, Nas, but Elvis used to love fried PB&Banana sammiches.

I'm a grilled cheese & tomato fan. Use muenster cheese and put in enough mayo to make it melty.... mmmmm.

Nasreal
16th December 10, 10:04 AM
I seem to remember hearing that his "snack" sandwich was some unholy monstrosity made from an entire loaf of bread cut in half, and had pb, jelly, and bacon.

Robot Jesus
16th December 10, 04:15 PM
caffeinated jerky

http://www.perkyjerky.com/home.php

resolve
1st January 11, 05:16 PM
Flour Tortillas + 2 slices of cheddar or colby/jack + 1 slice of meat = pan seared (don't even need to add butter or oil or anything the tortillas usually won't stick) awesomeness

1 piece premium dark chocolate. I used to eat candy bars all the time, this is much healthier. Sometimes I'll break up a few pieces and mix with granola and other stuffs to make a cold-weather trail mix.

SMOOTHIES (see smoothie thread) because I definitely don't eat enough fruit in my diet

Thin style mexican tortilla chips + habanero mango salsa FTW!

Swedish Fish

Cake or chocolate brownies or chocolate chip cookies every now and again.

Cullion
1st January 11, 05:22 PM
I seem to remember hearing that his "snack" sandwich was some unholy monstrosity made from an entire loaf of bread cut in half, and had pb, jelly, and bacon.

It was called a Fool's Gold Loaf, and he first encountered it in some restaurant in Denver. I followed the recipe online once, but I couldn't finish eating the thing in one sitting.