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Old 10-13-2004, 11:58 PM   #11
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Chauteaubriand softly mooing in the distance...

Ro-Tel Dip.

Liver and Onions... and Haggis!

and bourbon-soaked chocolate-covered cherrries!!!
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Old 10-16-2004, 12:21 AM   #12
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And I must not forget to mention that I really like lobster dipped in a lemon butter sauce. :D

And then what I go for more then diet dr pepper is Vostok Vodka with either grapefruit juice or orange juice. And it makes me feeeeeeeeeeel just fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiine. :P
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Old 10-16-2004, 12:44 AM   #13
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know what i HATE?
margarine, candied yams, ice cream, almost any dessert out there except for NY style cheesecake, and bell peppers.
i love almost all savory foods, though.
~shudder~... margarine. ugh. just the THOUGHT of that stuff. and it's so unhealthy, too. :?
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i don't think i've ever had margarine i've always bought butter but what's the difference between the two?
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Old 10-16-2004, 01:47 AM   #15
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margarine is hydrogenated oil colored yellow and full of water. it's just not good. now, i know some would disagree, but i am staying firm on this one.
it doesn't even taste like butter. i refuse to eat anything made with that stuff and my boyfriend and i refuse to return to restaurants where they put the stuff out with the bread or toast and won't eat any food they put it on.
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i have no choice but to use margarine cause my son's allergic to milk... so therefore no butter
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Old 10-16-2004, 05:00 PM   #17
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know what i HATE?
margarine, candied yams, ice cream, almost any dessert out there except for NY style cheesecake, and bell peppers.
i love almost all savory foods, though.
~shudder~... margarine. ugh. just the THOUGHT of that stuff. and it's so unhealthy, too. :?
In all my life, I don't think I've met anybody who hated ice cream. Some were allergic to it or had bad reactions, but they still wanted to eat ice cream. You, my dear, are a first!
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Old 10-16-2004, 05:21 PM   #18
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Chauteaubriand softly mooing in the distance...

Ro-Tel Dip.

Liver and Onions... and Haggis!

and bourbon-soaked chocolate-covered cherrries!!!
Audeo, I use and really like Ro-Tel tomatoes, Can you tell me about the dip?
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Old 10-16-2004, 06:44 PM   #19
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Hey, kadesma! Ro-Tel Dip is a staple food for college kids (I've been adicted since) and is soooo bad for you, I'm certain. Real simple recipe:

Take one 2-pound loaf of Velveeta Cheese, slice it into hunks and place in either a crockpot or a microwave-safe bowl. Pour one full can of Ro-Tel tomatoes in the variety of your choice, heat, stir together to blend and Voila! I prefer serving mine with Frito Scoops chips, but remember using Ruffles back in school.

#1 Son prefers his variation that combines Velveeta with a whole can of Wolf Brand Chili (no beans). My middle age won't allow me near that stuff for more than a taste!
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Cool! I do salsa and velveeta...the hotter the better!
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