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    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.
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    New thread? Nah....

    http://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2010/12/...5441292009889/



    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.

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    MACKIES make really good ice cream, vanilla, honeycomb, chocolate and raspberry ripple. Never tasted the crisps though.
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    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.

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    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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's Froth View Post
    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.
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    I trust God more than I trust you. And that will never change. I've always viewed you as kind of a snake. No biblical connotations need apply, just the regular ones. You're wise. You're really intelligent. But you're also conniving and have this way of getting what you want when you want it. The sickness I was talking about was your propensity to kind of reach in and grasp on to something to define someone here. You harangue them about it and manipulate it in to conversations. You do that with every single poster here. You do this until they see things your way. The "correct way". It's vile.

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