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Old 03-07-2010, 07:39 PM   #21
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Shrimp cocktail - It's still my favorite y to eat shrimp
Lay's Potato Chips - I know I can't eat just one (bag)
Pistachio Nuts - I prefer the shelled ones in the half-gallon size jar
Jelly Beans - NOT Jelly Bellies, Lifesaver Jelly Beans are the best.
Deviled Eggs - My daughter's makes them best
Ande's Mints - The individually wrapped "Indulgence" ones are the best

...and let's not forget Pie!
You can keep your mints. But don't even get me started trying to pick a favorite indulgence when it comes to pie. I nearly swoon just thinking about it.

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Old 03-08-2010, 07:09 AM   #22
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chocolate first of all,in any form,shape or size,lol...
anything baked with pumpkin in it,that includes,pumpkin cake,pie,muffins etc,
cinnamon sticky buns topped with caramel glaze(yummm),
lasagne loaded with different and lots of cheeses...
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Old 03-08-2010, 09:00 AM   #23
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Pancake and crepes...i am in love with them!if i could eat them everyday i would...also a nice big,chunky burrito is one of my sinful indulgence...comfort food coz it always remind me of home
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Old 03-08-2010, 01:48 PM   #24
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We have some work to do here I think. Sigh.
hahahha.... I'm one step away from my addiction by making my overpriced favourites at home...
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Old 03-08-2010, 01:50 PM   #25
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Really good bread, whether it's sour dough, really dense whole grain, tortillas, or fresh pita. I could just totally stuff myself with bread without a problem.

Pinto beans and rice is another one that I can eat all day if it has just the right amount of salt and seasoning. Often when I fix it, I do eat until I am just a little more than full!
OOoooooo.. bread is so painfully tasty...
Cobs bakery, makes the most amazing whole wheat bread..
I bought a loaf, and I swear.. It is the first time I will have ever finished a loaf of bread. SO soft and crispy on the outside... Even after 3 days.. I'm amazed!
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Old 03-08-2010, 01:53 PM   #26
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nikki, are we twins? I LOVE chocolate. Or chocolate-covered-chocolate. Or chocolate with a side of chocolate. Just make sure it has the cocoa in it...white "chocolate" to me is a waste of calories better spent on chocolate. Put a chunk of dark chocolate along side of a nice rich, smooth red wine and I'm completely in heaven. *swoon*
I believe we may be! ahahhahahaha
Oh, another favourite.. Chocolate covered coffee beans.
You know, I was watching an eppisode of Hell's Kitchen (I don't get the food network, however at the gym I was at, the treadmills have televisions on them.. and are set to the foodnetwork by default..torture!!)
So they were doing a chocolate eppisode. Everything had chocolate. Every aspect of the meal was chocolate.
I was in heaven watching it.
So I went home, and prepared a dish.

Here it is:

What you do is you take a plate, and you unwrap a york peppermint patty... a reece's peanut butter cup... and a box of smarties along with a bag of cadbury mini eggs (now available all year, sweet!)
A bounty bar.
Some chocolate covered almonds.
A few squares of dark chocolate.
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You put each item on the plate.

Serve.
My idea of a perfect balanced meal.
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Old 03-08-2010, 01:55 PM   #27
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Tim Horton's. The best doughnuts on the other side of the river.

Oh, but wait; what's my sinful indulgence? Hmmm. Let me think. Wait, it's coming. It's coming. I've got it! Eveything that I'm not supposed to eat as a diabetic. Oh, all right. I'll narrow it down to a couple. Balderson 5-year Heritage Cheddar, Braunshwiger (sp), Pepperoni, cold hot dogs, Caramellow Bar. Oh, wait; don't forget the Three Muskateers Bar with seedless raspberry jam slathered accross the top. Mmmmmm.

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Aw.... I don't know what I would do as a diabetic.
I really don't.
let's just say, I would be in and out of the hospital quite a bit, because I wouldn't be able to stop myself from certain foods...
Have you tried the mint three muskateers... oh man.. soo good!
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Old 03-08-2010, 01:56 PM   #28
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Oh dear lord. Andes mints. I LOVE those things. I love After Eights too. I can eat an entire box without flinching.
I finished a box of those after eights thin mints in one night.
I regret nothing.
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Old 03-08-2010, 01:58 PM   #29
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Stir an Andes Mint or two into a cup of coffee...try to do it just once.
Not that I'm promoting my recipes or anything, but I did a peppermint mocha espresso and posted it in my recipe index, and oh my...
OH MY...
I LOVE the mixture of chocolate, mint and coffee!
Something about the three, just go so well together.

And andes mint.. i will try that!
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Old 03-08-2010, 01:58 PM   #30
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Bittersweet chocolate cookies, cake, truffles, ice cream, muffins, and bar chocolate, at least 70%. Did I mention I love chocolate?
*mmmmmmmmmmm*
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