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Old 01-02-2005, 01:05 PM   #1
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favorite snack?

mine are green olives and olives from the antipasto bar, dill pickle chips, like the ones for burgers, and cheese.
how bout you?

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Those giant dill pickles
Chips with french onion dip
Popcorn with real butter
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Old 01-02-2005, 01:23 PM   #3
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Those giant dill pickles
Chips with french onion dip
Popcorn with real butter
all yummy, bang. gotta have real butter!
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olives
whole garlic dill pickles
pickled garlic
salsa and tortilla chips
ruffles with french onion dip
nachos
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Old 01-02-2005, 03:26 PM   #5
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olives
whole garlic dill pickles
pickled garlic
salsa and tortilla chips
ruffles with french onion dip
nachos
i luv pickled garlic! i make it really plain, just salt and vinegar solution. deliciious!
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I have always wanted to make pickled garlic. luvs, can you post the recipe? Thanks!!
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If I'm hungry for sweet... I'll grab some cookies. Chocolate chip oatmeal or Greek twisties.

If I need salty... chips with clam or onion dip.


Or

vanilla ice cream 24/7
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I have always wanted to make pickled garlic. luvs, can you post the recipe? Thanks!!
Please :!:
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IF my sweet tooth kicks in a granny smith apple wedges dipped in starbucks caramel sauce, or a gooey chocolate something. A savory would be lays and peanut butter (trader joe's only, no sugar), blue corn chips and fresh salsa, or popcorn.
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I get this horrible craving for fish and chips late at night and often order delivered. I ask for lots of extra tartar sauce so I can dip my french fries in it.
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I have always wanted to make pickled garlic. luvs, can you post the recipe? Thanks!!
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Please, I would really love to have your recipe, luvs.
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chips w/ french onion dip
doritos
chubby hubby ice cream
apples w/ peanut butter
apples sliced w/ salt and pepper
kettle popcorn
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Chocolate, chocolate, and chocolate! Need to have at least one daily snacking of Herskey kisses and M&M's, usually along with some pretzels. On a flight home from FL in Nov., we were served little tiny bags of pretzels and I had some M&M's in my carry on, so I snacked on both. The flight attendant really got a "kick" out of my snack. Seems I can't help but add a little something of my own to any food intake, hehe.
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I have always wanted to make pickled garlic. luvs, can you post the recipe? Thanks!!
i forget the amounts, lol, but i just used kosher salt and white vinegsr. i used a basic ratio for pickles from BH&G cookbook and omitted the spices. i'll look for you. remind me, okay?
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