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Old 02-23-12, 08:17 AM
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I do not deprive myself but just eat smaller amounts.
+1.

You can't have a guilty pleasure if you don't have guilt.
 
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1) Stuffed Jalapenos. Preferably in large quantity.

2) Pizza

3) Fresh baked bread with butter and/or cheese

And Neil_B and Chefisaac, I agree, up to a point. I find I'm more satisfied with quality food in modest amounts.
Just some foods seem to be triggers for me.
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Originally Posted by Neil_B View Post
+1.

You can't have a guilty pleasure if you don't have guilt.
Exactly. A beer or two satisfies me, I don't need to drink 6. Granted, there are those days, but they are few and far between. Chocolate for me is not an every day thing, but I love the stuff, which is why I avoid most days. Well unless you count the protein shake I just had, its chocolate flavored...
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Pork Rinds.

Every now and then I have to "let out my inner red neck" and eat some fat fried in fat covered in salt. It's not often (say, once a year), but when the urge hits me it's like a force of nature.
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1. Wings - hot, with bleu cheese dressing dripping off
2. Fajitas - wouldn't be so bad if I could keep the extra guac and sour cream off!
3. Jalapenos stuffed with cream cheese, wrapped in bacon, and grilled.....hmm, it's a vegetable isn't it, probably good for me!
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Australian Tim Tams. They have to come from Australia or they don't taste good. What you do is put the whole packet in the freezer over night. Then pour a wide shallow glass of milk. Next you nibble a little bit of chocolate from oposite ends of the Tim Tam. Then you suck the milk up through the Tim Tam. When the milk level is too low you then shove the cold, but no longer frozen Tim Tam in your mouth.

If you want to you can substitute the milk for rum, or brandy, or port. What ever takes your pleasure.
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By the way, if you don't know. These are Tim Tams. Chococlate coverd biscuts. I dare you to eat just one. It can not be done.
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