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    Stupid little pleasures....

    No, not internet porn...

    Friend and I were in WalMart (don't ask why I was there!) and we saw a special on Deviled Ham by Underwood (6 small cans for $5). Inpulse buy. We split the haul. I took one of the cans to work today to have as lunch (some crackers, cherries, yogurt as well). Oh by goodness... so good but then I remembered why I haven't eaten something like that in 20 years... my heart if racing and I feel dizzy from all the salt... but it was... so... good.

    Do anyone of you have any little guilty pleasures (food wise)...

    On my bucket list...Baloney. Again haven't had it in 20 years but man I want a fried baloney sand'mich (with white bread and mayo).
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    Braunschweiger, it's the cure for cancer. No really!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skijor View Post
    Braunschweiger, it's the cure for cancer. No really!
    OK so... was I the only kid around that was sent to school with braunschweiger sandwiches??? Try trading that for someone good... ain't going to happen!
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    My dad always got braunshcweiger/ liverwurst when we were kids. I haven't had it in years, but I might have to try it. Talk about salty.

    My guilty pleasure that I have way too often is pizza. At least once/week the company buys lunch and literally half the time it's pizza. I'm also a big fan of sweet cereals. And french fries.

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    For some reason I can no longer stomach any cereal... not certain why. In the day, a box of Sugar Pops made me crazy with delight!

    I also like Pizza but never eat it. and really thankfully don't crave it. I do crave sweets... I love Mexican sweet breads/cakes and unfortunately there is a Mexican bakery close by to indulge my passion... I try to limit my visits to 2 - 3 times a year...

    and french fries...=sigh= I can't quit those french fries... love them so... and it shows...
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    Spam...I can't stay away. Even the low sodium Spam has about 530 mg of sodium but I love it. I'll fry it and eat it with baked beans to cut the saltiness. Spam and grape jelly on toast is delish too.
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    Every now and then I crave a gyros platter. The food coma that follows is almost as good as the meal.

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    I try to talk my wife or one of the kids into ordering fries, just so that I can steal a few of them. I love them, but they are just not good for keeping the belly thin....

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    Quote Originally Posted by skijor View Post
    Braunschweiger, it's the cure for cancer. No really!
    I like the way you think!

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    Friggin skittles get me every time. I can pound a big bag in about 5 minutes.

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    Chilled Seltzer, Sparkling Water.

    I love the rush as it surges down my throat
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    Cheese Doodles, or better yet, Erdnuss Flips (German peanut butter flavored doodles) washed down with cold beer. Yummy!

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    Steak. 8-10oz sirloin strip, 2" thick, rare, grilled. I don't eat a lot of meat, enjoy a meat-lite diet, but every now and then if I'm eating out with people or find a decent steak at the store, I indulge.
    I know next to nothing. I am frequently wrong.

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    Cheetos... the crunchy original kind.

    Onion rings... but I am very picky about them... should be a light beer batter crust, like tempura, and they should be crispy, not at all soggy... great w beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mconlonx View Post
    Steak. 8-10oz sirloin strip, 2" thick, rare, grilled. I don't eat a lot of meat, enjoy a meat-lite diet, but every now and then if I'm eating out with people or find a decent steak at the store, I indulge.
    OK...you and Atkansas - OUT OF THE LINE! Selter water, a steak... freakin' health nuts!

    Come on, where's the pork rinds, the bacon/hot dog/hamburger/potato chips meals (this is an actual hamburger sandwich at Carl's Jr), a large bag of MnM's, you know....good stuff!

    Genec...with you on the onion rings, even though I have an allergy to onions (and garlic - strange huh). Nothing better than light crispy onion rings!!!
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    prosciutto on eggs on rare occasion, fried pickles chips every now and then.

    you are dealing with cyclist, of course you have a bunch of health nuts.
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    I got Chef Boyardee Beef Ravioli last week. Mostly because it was bogo. I think it was the first time I've had it in 20 + years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikecrate View Post
    I got Chef Boyardee Beef Ravioli last week. Mostly because it was bogo. I think it was the first time I've had it in 20 + years.
    Is it really so bad to just eat straight out of the can and not even bother heating them up? I graze through a can while watching my favorite show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by genec View Post
    Onion rings... but I am very picky about them... should be a light beer batter crust, like tempura, and they should be crispy, not at all soggy...
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    Glazed donuts. Nope,not chocolate bars, twists, fritters, or any other type, just round glazeddonuts made with good dense batter and thick glazing. And they have to be fresh-out-of-the-fryerfresh. There are two small donut shopsin my area that really know how to do them right. On either Saturday or Sunday I’ll buy threeand a large cup of coffee, bring them home and browse BF while eatingthem. And no, those wimpy ones atKrispy Kreme are not even close to the level of perfection I demand of myglazed donuts!.
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    There is Mexican Market not too far from where I live, I pass it on the way to the VA Hospital where several of my VA Specialty Clinics area. On the way hme I hit their hot food deli,and pig out on some real mexican tacos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pamestique View Post
    OK...you and Atkansas - OUT OF THE LINE! Selter water, a steak... freakin' health nuts!
    If I'm trying to eat well, it's just straight chilled filtered water. Seltzer is pure indulgence.
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    I love a good food thread.

    Pizza rolls?? Anyone? Absolutely full of garbage... and "cheese".... but I still love them. Even more with a sprinkle (or a lot) of salt.

    Anything gummi (bears, worms, gummy life savers are quite excellent also)

    Sugary cereal. I'm taking about the kind that has an entire tablespoon of loose sugar crystals waiting for you at the bottom of the box..... Cinnamon Toast Crunch I'm flippin looking in your direction. Y U SO TASTY?
    D'you know what I miss the most? That tiny squeaky sound you get when you rub two pickles together. You know what I mean, Mr. Krabs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pamestique View Post
    On my bucket list...Baloney. Again haven't had it in 20 years but man I want a fried baloney sand'mich (with white bread and mayo).
    I had me some fried baloney sammiches when I was a kid.... dad would make them with garlic salt. I also felt tempted to revisit the fried baloney sandwich years later. Not as good as my memory......... (blarg!)

    The same thing happened to me once with Spaghetti-Os, which I loved *so* much as a kid that I ate them straight out of the can with a spoon, cold. No need to heat. Tried one can decades later.... not as good as remembered. But I'll always have the memories.
    D'you know what I miss the most? That tiny squeaky sound you get when you rub two pickles together. You know what I mean, Mr. Krabs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by College3.0 View Post
    The same thing happened to me once with Spaghetti-Os, which I loved *so* much as a kid that I ate them straight out of the can with a spoon, cold. No need to heat. Tried one can decades later.... not as good as remembered. But I'll always have the memories.


    OK hate to admit this but I used to love Spaghetti-Os too and would, like you, eat them right out of the can. About 3 months ago, after my accident, feeling sorry for myself, I had a friend buy me a can... I was so disappointed, either they changed the recipe or I grew up and it doesn't appeal to me anymore (probably change the recipe)... I feel the same way about Spam... I grew up with it in all forms. Every 3 or 4 years some friends and I buy a small can, fry it up... the first couple of bites "yummy" then the salt hits me, the headache is starting and I am done...

    About 10 years, visiting family in NC, we visited this restuarant in Charlotte where they make gourmet baloney sandwiches - baloney in block form, sliced thick, artisan bread, homemade mayo... I won't lie... just aweome!

    ANother thing I used to love was Kraft Mac n Cheese. It's now permanently off my list but I do crave it now and again. I used to add a can of tuna to the mix so I could argue it was somehow healthy for me...
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