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What Are You Eating Right Now?
2 November 2013
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Ahhh Girl whimpers as she pulls out the bag of boring Cool Ranch Doritos.

The Chickasaw Indian tribe in Oklahoma sells chocolate covered crisps along with a wide assortment of other chocolates.

http://www.bedrechocolates.com

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2 November 2013
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AppleScruffJunior said
Crinkled cut crisps (particularly Hunky Dorys which also taste like heaven in crisp form) are popular in sandwiches and salads in Ireland but mostly ready salted flavoured are used. Never had them before though...

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We have onion bhaji, cajun squirel, fish and chips... all sorts.

Don't forget the wonderful Scampi & Lemon - mmmmm Nik-Naks. And, though harder to find these days, you can, Hedgehog. I'm waiting for Badger!

 

Had Nik-Naks for the first time last year....to me they were disgusting, my other friend loves them though.

 

Also one to avoid is ketchup flavoured crisps, they're horrible, ghastly yokes

I tried those in Canada as a teenager and I remember thinking "Thank God we don't have that in America, because they're gross." Sadly, they do now. a-hard-days-night-ringo-13

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2 November 2013
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Ahhh Girl said
Ahhh Girl whimpers as she pulls out the bag of boring Cool Ranch Doritos.

The Chickasaw Indian tribe in Oklahoma sells chocolate covered crisps along with a wide assortment of other chocolates.

http://www.bedrechocolates.com

Bedré

Hey, Cool Ranch Doritos are awesome. Use them in a taco salad with yellow cheese and taco sauce, it's to die for. (With all those calories, probably quite literally...)

And that chocolate... man, can they come to Tennessee? 

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wetsroosa said

Ahhh Girl said
Ahhh Girl whimpers as she pulls out the bag of boring Cool Ranch Doritos.

The Chickasaw Indian tribe in Oklahoma sells chocolate covered crisps along with a wide assortment of other chocolates.

http://www.bedrechocolates.com

Bedré

Hey, Cool Ranch Doritos are awesome. Use them in a taco salad with yellow cheese and taco sauce, it's to die for. (With all those calories, probably quite literally...)

And that chocolate... man, can they come to Tennessee? 

If they can be swapped for cheeseburger Lay's.

I'll have to try that taco salad concoction one day.

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wetsroosa said

Ahhh Girl said
Ahhh Girl whimpers as she pulls out the bag of boring Cool Ranch Doritos.

The Chickasaw Indian tribe in Oklahoma sells chocolate covered crisps along with a wide assortment of other chocolates.

http://www.bedrechocolates.com

Bedré

Hey, Cool Ranch Doritos are awesome. Use them in a taco salad with yellow cheese and taco sauce, it's to die for. (With all those calories, probably quite literally...)

And that chocolate... man, can they come to Tennessee? 

They have Cool Ranch tacos at Taco Bell now. I am a bit afraid to try them though. Its one of those foods, in my mind, I would like to keep separate.  a-hard-days-night-paul-4

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Sky666 said

wetsroosa said

Ahhh Girl said
Ahhh Girl whimpers as she pulls out the bag of boring Cool Ranch Doritos.

The Chickasaw Indian tribe in Oklahoma sells chocolate covered crisps along with a wide assortment of other chocolates.

http://www.bedrechocolates.com

Bedré

Hey, Cool Ranch Doritos are awesome. Use them in a taco salad with yellow cheese and taco sauce, it's to die for. (With all those calories, probably quite literally...)

And that chocolate... man, can they come to Tennessee? 

They have Cool Ranch tacos at Taco Bell now. I am a bit afraid to try them though. Its one of those foods, in my mind, I would like to keep separate.  a-hard-days-night-paul-4

You can't trust Taco Bell. Homemade taco salad with the Doritos are the best, though. It's a staple on the dinner menu at our house. brian-epstein

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"Hunky Dorys" -- what a name for a brand of crisps!

They should come out with a pretzel called "Helter Skelters"...blue-meanie

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Funny Paper said
"Hunky Dorys" -- what a name for a brand of crisps!

They should come out with a pretzel called "Helter Skelters"...blue-meanie

Brilliant. apple01 Do you envision them being hard, crunchy ones or the big soft kind you get at the mall? Will they come in different flavors?

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Hard and crunchy all the way.

I just went to the Lidl to get some stuff for tomorrow and I bought this bar of chocolate. Only there were actually two bars in there. Quite large bars. I just ate one of them entirely.

Sorry not sorry.

4 November 2013
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Corned beef and cabbage. I was a bit reluctant to try it, mainly the cabbage part; however, it was actually pretty good. 

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Really disliked corned beef ever since having it in some kind of Ravioli concoction as a kid and spewing my guts out. Still would go for that over liver any day.

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That does sound disgusting MMM.a-hard-days-night-paul-5

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Corned beef and ravioli?a-hard-days-night-paul-3 No wonder you don't care for it.

I love corned beef and cabbage. But then again, I also love liver smothered in bacon and onions.

Tonight for dinner we are having baked stuffed haddock with a cheese covered vegetable medley and biscuits.

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Sky666 said
That does sound disgusting MMM.a-hard-days-night-paul-5

I'm certain that the pool of sickness was more pleasant to the eye than the pre-eaten Raviloli. I've also never been able to keep a tin of canned soup down.

Hope no-one is eating their tea.paul-mccartneya-hard-days-night-ringo-6

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That does sound disgusting MMM.a-hard-days-night-paul-5

I'm certain that the pool of sickness was more pleasant to the eye than the pre-eaten Raviloli. I've also never been able to keep a tin of canned soup down.

Hope no-one is eating their tea.paul-mccartneya-hard-days-night-ringo-6

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Ahhh Girl said

Funny Paper said
"Hunky Dorys" -- what a name for a brand of crisps!

They should come out with a pretzel called "Helter Skelters"...blue-meanie

Brilliant. apple01 Do you envision them being hard, crunchy ones or the big soft kind you get at the mall? Will they come in different flavors?

Thanks. I guess the Helter Skelter pretzels would be huge and gnarly, with gobs of marshmallow and maple syrup inside.

 

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Sky666 said

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Sky666 said
That does sound disgusting MMM.a-hard-days-night-paul-5

I'm certain that the pool of sickness was more pleasant to the eye than the pre-eaten Raviloli. I've also never been able to keep a tin of canned soup down.

Hope no-one is eating their tea.paul-mccartneya-hard-days-night-ringo-6

Wowa-hard-days-night-george-2

Can tea be eaten? 

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wetsroosa said

Sky666 said

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Sky666 said
That does sound disgusting MMM.a-hard-days-night-paul-5

I'm certain that the pool of sickness was more pleasant to the eye than the pre-eaten Raviloli. I've also never been able to keep a tin of canned soup down.

Hope no-one is eating their tea.paul-mccartneya-hard-days-night-ringo-6

Wowa-hard-days-night-george-2

Can tea be eaten? 

Yip. Your tea can refer to your dinner or evening meal so you eat your tea. No idea why its called your tea, probably because you have a cup of tea with it - like a fish tea (fish, chips, peas (better mushy), a slice of bread and butter, and a cup of tea).

To be fair i think ive only ever had soup out of a can something like 4 times but it's never been a successful meal.

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Funny Paper said

Ahhh Girl said

Funny Paper said
"Hunky Dorys" -- what a name for a brand of crisps!

They should come out with a pretzel called "Helter Skelters"...blue-meanie

Brilliant. apple01 Do you envision them being hard, crunchy ones or the big soft kind you get at the mall? Will they come in different flavors?

Thanks. I guess the Helter Skelter pretzels would be huge and gnarly, with gobs of marshmallow and maple syrup inside.

 

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meanmistermustard said

wetsroosa said

Sky666 said

meanmistermustard said

Sky666 said
That does sound disgusting MMM.a-hard-days-night-paul-5

I'm certain that the pool of sickness was more pleasant to the eye than the pre-eaten Raviloli. I've also never been able to keep a tin of canned soup down.

Hope no-one is eating their tea.paul-mccartneya-hard-days-night-ringo-6

Wowa-hard-days-night-george-2

Can tea be eaten? 

Yip. Your tea can refer to your dinner or evening meal so you eat your tea. No idea why its called your tea, probably because you have a cup of tea with it - like a fish tea (fish, chips, peas (better mushy), a slice of bread and butter, and a cup of tea).

To be fair i think ive only ever had soup out of a can something like 4 times but it's never been a successful meal.

You learn something new every day. I'm such an uncivilized American.

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