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Some of my homemade banana oatmeal cookies. Yum.

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 Lemon white chocolate cookies and shortbread cookies are on the menu

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Almonds.

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has anyone tried this yet?
might be good with snacks.
i do not like coffee, but the
rest of my family does.

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Beer and mixed nuts.

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turkeydance wrote:
has anyone tried this yet?
might be good with snacks.
i do not like coffee, but the
rest of my family does.

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Most people may not like it. It is very close to the Coke “Blak” they tried a dozen years ago in little bottles. I like it pretty well, but it’s nearly 2$ a can and that is a little steep for me…

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thanks captainkirk.

right now:

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turkeydance wrote:
thanks captainkirk.

right now:
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Lard, gotta love it. Well, used to be. Still 110 cal. per cookie so tread lightly. Big Smile
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Mexican sour gherkins my vine is full of them.

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turkeydance wrote:
thanks captainkirk.

right now:
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Different strokes for…indeed.

You see, I always take the creme away before I eat!

Just too sweet for me.

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is this a snack?

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turkeydance wrote:

is this a snack?

Probably not.

I think a snack needs to have a decent amount of calories to satiate hunger.

It's my choice in chewing gum, however.  :THUMBS-UP:

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Crackers, dry salami, and sharp cheese. Best snack.

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Homemade jalapeno poppers.

Freakishly large peppers, usually mince ‘em and toss ‘em into scrambled eggs, but being they were so huge I figured I’d “stuff” these on the half-shell with cream-cheese and top with panquo+butter crumbs, then bake, vs coating and frying.

First attempt doing this, ‘twas amazingly good.

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Jolly Rancher Cherry Stix. I came across these on the local shopping website and ordered them from a candy importer in Manila. I was thrilled to see them.

They’re small bars of hard candy that come in various flavors. As a kid they were my favorite candy and every day I’d stop at Webster’s drug store on my way home from school and buy one for a nickel (05¢). It would last for the long walk up Lake Blvd in Altadena. (Well, seemed long at the time).

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dried apricots

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Coffee Nips, a guilty pleasure.

(“Guilty” my ass… they’re goooood.)

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Not really a “snack” so much as a late(!) breakfast.

English-muffin pizzas. Dunno if I posted the “recipe” here before, but if not…

Toast the EMs unless you like a nasty raw yeast EM taste. Cover with cheese (today’s was murrrcan cheese, but mozz, montyjack, etc., are great). Top with sliced tomato. Black pepper to taste, anywhere from none to piled-high cajun style.

25min at chree-fitty to melt everything, then crank it up to 450 to brown the cheese, watching carefully (browns fast!).

They’re goooooooooooood eatin’!

 

No fresh tomatoes? Toast the EMs more thoroughly, wet with tomato sauce or pizza sauce as you want, then add mozz on top. Cheese is now uncovered, so can just hit it with 400 or so ‘til it melts and browns at once. Oregano and basil on mozz makes it especially yummy.

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Mariquitas Plantain Chips—surprisingly not sweet at all.

but after seeing LB is not bluffin with his muffin, i may have to give that a go. i do a similar pizza using ciabatta rolls with olive oil and basil tomato sauce; i can’t always get the ciabatta but i always have EMs handy.

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Nice thing about ‘em is that you can cover ‘em up entirely with cheese, or leave a little space to let it have a sort of “crust” around the periphery.

Being that I toast ‘em beforehand, they just tend to get overly dried and hard, so I cover ‘em with cheese right to the edge.

Oh, and use foil or parchment paper so there’s no scrubbing the cookie-sheet or anything afterward.

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Lightbringer wrote:
Not really a “snack” so much as a late(!) breakfast.

English-muffin pizzas. Dunno if I posted the “recipe” here before, but if not…

Toast the EMs unless you like a nasty raw yeast EM taste. Cover with cheese (today’s was murrrcan cheese, but mozz, montyjack, etc., are great). Top with sliced tomato. Black pepper to taste, anywhere from none to piled-high cajun style.

25min at chree-fitty to melt everything, then crank it up to 450 to brown the cheese, watching carefully (browns fast!).

They’re goooooooooooood eatin’!

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No fresh tomatoes? Toast the EMs more thoroughly, wet with tomato sauce or pizza sauce as you want, then add mozz on top. Cheese is now uncovered, so can just hit it with 400 or so ‘til it melts and browns at once. Oregano and basil on mozz makes it especially yummy.


I used to make something close to these back in my munchie days. Thanks for reminding me, next time English Muffins are 2 for 1 I’‘l have to make some.
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Hjeh, that’s the only time I buy ‘em, when they’re BOGO. LOL

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eat ‘em raw:

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walnuts, almonds, cashews.

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turkeydance wrote:
eat ‘em raw:

Same here, dry, only Sugar Pops. Too many.

Even my pee smells like corn now.

First time in at least 2yrs since I bought cereal, and it’s gone in a coupla days. Flat Stare

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regarding elimination: Mini-Wheats keep me “regular”.

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Eating little Brillo pads does that. LOL

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