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Old 02-16-2005, 01:27 PM   #1
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What is your food quirk?

It just occurred to me, as I took my digestive cookies out of the fridge, that it may be considered a little quirky??? Maybe not? I much prefer the taste of cookies, crackers, chips etc if they are cold/refridgerated.

What's your quirk?

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Old 02-16-2005, 01:29 PM   #2
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Put fig newtons in the freezer. Yummy :!:
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hhmmm, that I would be interested in!
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I put snicker bars in the frezzer
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I love frozen Snickers nicole! :D

I'm not sure what mine would be. :? I keep my thin mint cookies in the freezer. IMHO that's the only way to eat them! Oh, I also put mayo on my hot dogs.
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I always put something crunchy in my pb&j sandwiches--popcorn, chips, fritos--it just has to have that extra texture and a little salt!
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This might sound weird but I put butter on my peanutbutter sandwich. My husband made it for me 2 years ago and I eat them all the time.
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I always put something crunchy in my pb&j sandwiches--popcorn, chips, fritos--it just has to have that extra texture and a little salt!
PB& chips - can you say decadent?
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I always put something crunchy in my pb&j sandwiches--popcorn, chips, fritos--it just has to have that extra texture and a little salt!
PB& chips - can you say decadent?
It's the whole salty-sweet thing. I can't get enough of it!
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I like fritos with cheese, mustard and mayo
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