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Old 10-20-2013, 09:18 PM   #221
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Oh, divine. I haven't seen that variety on the Hagen Daz shelf round here.

Caramel and toffee are to me what chocolate is to most other people. Toffee ripple ice cream, toffee muffins, caramel sauce on anything, *Grandma Singleton's Salted Caramel Cheese and I daren't have a can of Carnation Caramel in the house because I'd eat it with a spoon! I can be strong minded about most things but not caramel

*Singletons is a farmhouse dairy in Lancashire which makes cheese and the salted caramel cheese is to die for. I'm not a great cheese eater but when I found the salted caramel Cheese I broke a piece off to taste it and ended eating the whole 75 grammes in one go!
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Old 10-20-2013, 09:34 PM   #222
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I just saw that in our grocery store for the first time yesterday and it screamed out to me to buy it. It's pretty amazing. Mmmmm......caramel.....
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Old 10-21-2013, 05:16 AM   #223
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to be read in a vincent price stylee:well done ladies,i'm impressed with the depths of food depravity that you can sink to....but i'm sure we haven't plumbed the true depths of naughtiness lurking in the dark recesses of your kitchen cupboards yet....no,not the gimp mask & handcuffs princess..this is a family forum as you keep reminding me!
my sacrificial offering for the day,dunn's river chicken fry mix.damn tasty,probably because the third largest ingredient is msg!!!whaaaaat?aww c'mon you don't eat it every day & "a little of wot you fancy does you good"
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Old 10-21-2013, 07:58 AM   #224
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you asked for it
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Old 10-21-2013, 08:08 AM   #225
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These are despised in the UK (because of the horribly cheesy adverts). But what can I say? A delectable combination of nuts and chocolate!
I am a big fan of those and the Ferrero Raffaello Almond Coconut Candy!
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Old 10-21-2013, 08:46 AM   #226
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I can't resist Bienenstich. (Bee Sting Cake)

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Old 10-21-2013, 08:58 AM   #227
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you asked for it
I love love (love!) chocolate. When I saw the picture though, yeah, it looks good, but it also, looks good. As in my first reaction was, "Oooh, pretty. Look at the colors in that photo!" A picture like that would be beautiful in an old log cabin style building used to house a candy store. My second reaction was to wonder where the hubby hid my chocolate...
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Old 10-21-2013, 10:10 AM   #228
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I love love (love!) chocolate. When I saw the picture though, yeah, it looks good, but it also, looks good. As in my first reaction was, "Oooh, pretty. Look at the colors in that photo!" A picture like that would be beautiful in an old log cabin style building used to house a candy store. My second reaction was to wonder where the hubby hid my chocolate...
Yes, I looked for an image that said, "CHOCOLATE!!!"
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Old 10-21-2013, 02:10 PM   #229
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you asked for it
and i certainly got it,a disgraceful display of choccywoccy hedonism at it's best i'm delighted to say your majesty.one is humbled!!
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I can't resist Bienenstich. (Bee Sting Cake)
glad to see you've joined the ranks of the outcasts,we band of brother's few.love bee stings meself rocket,keep the pics coming!!
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