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Old 11-30-2004, 07:36 PM   #21
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Old 11-30-2004, 07:38 PM   #22
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Sometimes I take a slice of cheesecake and drizzle melted peanut butter over it. YUM
That might interest me wasabi, sounds good. cheesecake is a weakness of mine. I also dip potatoe chips in softened peanut butter. good stuff
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Old 11-30-2004, 07:44 PM   #24
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Old 11-30-2004, 08:19 PM   #26
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mmmm, pa baker, if you can find it, try ben & jerry's chubby hubby ice cream. peanut butter filled, chocolate covered pretzels in peanut butter swirl ice cream...

leafy, try thai sweet chilli sauce. it's like an asian duck sauce, but it has bits of hot chilli pepper flakes in it. very good on grilled chicken and fish...
Bucky were you in my freezer????????? that's my all time fave ice cream !!!!!!!!! i have a thing for sweet and salty
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It wasn't sweet and salty but I stopped at a local ice cream stand on the way home tonight and finally tried a flavor I've been dying to have--pumpkin cheesecake (yeah, I know, juliev, big surprise!). The pumpkin flavor was almost too strong (like pumpkin pie filling from a can) but was still good.
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PA... how did they serve it? Ice Cream? Whip topping? In a cup? dish? Anything unique? (just curious)
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It wasn't sweet and salty but I stopped at a local ice cream stand on the way home tonight and finally tried a flavor I've been dying to have--pumpkin cheesecake (yeah, I know, juliev, big surprise!). The pumpkin flavor was almost too strong (like pumpkin pie filling from a can) but was still good.
you with pumpkin? geeeez!!! I have never heard of such a thing!
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Old 11-30-2004, 09:20 PM   #30
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I just had it in a cone. I was sort of disappointed. I thought being cheesecake icecream it would have chunks of cheesecake in it but it just had a tangy taste to it instead. The best cheesecake icecream I ever had was a strawberry cheesecake where there was cheesecake flavored icecream and swirls of fresh strawberries and graham cracker crumbs. Mmmmm!
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