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Old 02-18-2005, 11:59 PM   #51
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i love vegemite and i didn't order my first jar till i was 23. want to put a grown man in tears? let him think he's a tough-guy. then give him a big spoonful of vegemite.
the look on my Dad's face was priceless; we're American and vegemite is new to us.....
Good on you Luv's. at least you don't think I'm crazy. (probably the only one)

Marmite is for wimps anyway....

Am very jealous of the varieties of baked beans you guys can get. I love them too, much to MDW's disgust.. Really is the magical fruit..
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Old 02-19-2005, 12:20 AM   #52
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sc and paint, have yous goils tried bush's maple bacon baked beans. they are so good hot or cold.

Yeppers. I have a couple of cans in the cupboard. They are my favorite.
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Old 02-19-2005, 03:44 AM   #53
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i love vegemite and i didn't order my first jar till i was 23. want to put a grown man in tears? let him think he's a tough-guy. then give him a big spoonful of vegemite.
the look on my Dad's face was priceless; we're American and vegemite is new to us.....
Good on you Luv's. at least you don't think I'm crazy. (probably the only one)

Marmite is for wimps anyway....

Am very jealous of the varieties of baked beans you guys can get. I love them too, much to MDW's disgust.. Really is the magical fruit..

i'll think of you next time i have some vegemite toast, brooks. :D
i'm another fan of cold baked beans, but i usually chalk that up to severe inebriation and the subsequent laziness.
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Old 02-19-2005, 03:18 PM   #54
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sc and paint, have yous goils tried bush's maple bacon baked beans. they are so good hot or cold.
Yes - they're yummy too, but the Vegetarian beans taste the closest to what British baked beans taste like (actually, Bush's beans are better!) - We also like them on toast, with a soft poached egg on top. It's weird - Heinz make the most famous baked beans (and soups) back in England, but they don't sell them in America, and of course Heinz is an American company :? Very strange :)

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sc and paint, have yous goils tried bush's maple bacon baked beans. they are so good hot or cold.
Yes - they're yummy too, but the Vegetarian beans taste the closest to what British baked beans taste like (actually, Bush's beans are better!) - We also like them on toast, with a soft poached egg on top. It's weird - Heinz make the most famous baked beans (and soups) back in England, but they don't sell them in America, and of course Heinz is an American company :? Very strange :)

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paint, they sell hienz beans here in one store. :D
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LOL Luvs - which store? I know you can get them in World Markets and in most of the British Stores, but I don't bother - Bush's are best! LOL!

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Try this......Make Creamed Chipped Beef and pour it over a hot dog and bun instead of chili. Yummy :!:
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I wouldn't do this eating out, but when I have my over easy eggs, I eat the white around the yolks and then pop the yolks in my mouth whole. It's a flavor/sensation thig.
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LOL Luvs - which store? I know you can get them in World Markets and in most of the British Stores, but I don't bother - Bush's are best! LOL!

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bush's baked beans are the best huh? :D i love the onion-y ones.
they have Hienz baked beans here at Giant Eagle; it's a locally-based chain that i am pretty sure has stores in Pa, ohio and WVa.
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