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Old 11-03-2008, 06:01 PM   #26
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I'm with Jamie on the Panera thing, although along with the chicken & dumpling soup, I've been getting a half of a mozzerella, tomato & basil panini that has me going back for more.

The other kick is the new Monster Energy Drinks. They have several coffee flavors, but this is my favorite:


Imagine several shots of espresso mixed with a can of YooHoo. Great taste, plus the energy jolt I get at around 3pm daily. 200 calories per can, though......(gainers make note)
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Well I've been buying the little boxes of them - I found that Hershey's was only 1.99 for 3 boxes and parmalat was 2.99! So I keep buying Hershey's. When I ran out, I used "midnight moo" from Trader Joe's to make my own. And when I went shopping yesterday I didn't see the boxes of milk (I was in a different store than usual) so I bought it already made in the dairy case. Tuscan Dairy chocolate milk...and zowie! It was such a treat to have more than 8 oz at a time! hehe!

What are flake bars?
It's a British import by Cadbury's.
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Well I've been buying the little boxes of them - I found that Hershey's was only 1.99 for 3 boxes and parmalat was 2.99! So I keep buying Hershey's. When I ran out, I used "midnight moo" from Trader Joe's to make my own. And when I went shopping yesterday I didn't see the boxes of milk (I was in a different store than usual) so I bought it already made in the dairy case. Tuscan Dairy chocolate milk...and zowie! It was such a treat to have more than 8 oz at a time! hehe!

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A British import made by Cadbury's. It's a thinly folded milk chocolate bar which crumbles apart. It has a light, almost aerated texture a bit like an aerobar in a different shape. I'm able to purchase them, along with other Brit goodies from the deli down the street.

If you can find it, try Ronnybrook chocolate milk. So creamy and wonderful!
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A British import made by Cadbury's. It's a thinly folded milk chocolate bar which crumbles apart. It has a light, almost aerated texture a bit like an aerobar in a different shape. I'm able to purchase them, along with other Brit goodies from the deli down the street.

If you can find it, try Ronnybrook chocolate milk. So creamy and wonderful!

MMMmmMMMM on BOTH. I will look for Ronnybrook.


And oh, a new kick (which was an old kick revived today) is Peanut Chews. Addictive.

I also tend to get addicted to Bit-O-Honey but it's hard to find, so that keeps me in line.
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I recently 'rediscovered' Stella D'oro swiss fudge cookies. They were a childhood favorite and been enjoying them quite a bit now. Bonus: the factory is in my neighborhood and sometimes it smells like cookies. downside: Stella D'oro has not so great union practices as seen by workers on strike outside of factory.
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Old 11-05-2008, 12:02 AM   #34
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Kelly's Jellies. This woman that makes homemade jellies and jams which are to die for!!! I have been eating the pumpkin pie jam lately but I've never tried a flavor that I didnt like!
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Kelly's Jellies. This woman that makes homemade jellies and jams which are to die for!!! I have been eating the pumpkin pie jam lately but I've never tried a flavor that I didnt like!
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uhh I don't know why this posted twice. Anyway, she has a website that you can order from so if anybody wants the link just let me know!
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It seems like anything I can get my hands on lately (if I'm not crying I'm eating..not eating I'm crying LOL) but I've been having milk and cookies a lot, which is not normal for me. The cookie part is, but I'm usually just stuffing them in my mouth as I walk by the plate of them LOL. But I'm noticing it's nice to sit down with a plate of warm from the microwave cookies and a nice big glass of milk
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Three cheese flat breads from Dunkin Donuts washed down with a diet pepsi. It's an expensive kick when I'm getting two every morning...
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It seems like anything I can get my hands on lately (if I'm not crying I'm eating..not eating I'm crying LOL) but I've been having milk and cookies a lot, which is not normal for me. The cookie part is, but I'm usually just stuffing them in my mouth as I walk by the plate of them LOL. But I'm noticing it's nice to sit down with a plate of warm from the microwave cookies and a nice big glass of milk
Ohhhhh could you be pregnant...I had the same thing with crying and cookies and milk when I was pregnant with Lexxi.
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I have two things that I can't seem to get enough of lately:

1. Graham crackers spread with Nutella.

2. Turkey sandwich - whole wheat bread, deli turkey, mayo and sliced sweet gherkins!
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I have two things that I can't seem to get enough of lately:

1. Graham crackers spread with Nutella.

2. Turkey sandwich - whole wheat bread, deli turkey, mayo and sliced sweet gherkins!
Ohhh..for me it's graham crackers and cream cheese.

I've also been making s'mores by toasting the marshmallows over the flame on my gas oven stove top LOL. Where there's a will, there's a way!
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Mine would be chocolate milk too.

Funny, I have not had chocolate milk in as far back as I can remember, at least ten years, probably more. But over the past couple months, I have wanted it at least once a week. I just buy it pre-made, I prefer the Promised Land brand. They have glass quart bottles at the supermarket and it seems to stay fresher that way than in a plastic bottle or paper carton.

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im on a pretty intense kick of pineapple and yogurt.
dont know why.... just want it all the time.
la creme yogurt in the little cups and whole pineapple pieces.

also been having mucho salsa, on pita bread with some cream cheese warmed up.

its kinda odd, but helps me sleep when i cant.
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My latest kick has been....squash.

Weird, I know. But yes, squash...especially acorn squash. Roasted, with butter, salt and pepper. I've been having them at least twice a week lately. Not counting the pumpkin chili and the butternut squash soup....lol

I have a tendency to go in food cycles.
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My latest kick has been....squash.

Weird, I know. But yes, squash...especially acorn squash. Roasted, with butter, salt and pepper. I've been having them at least twice a week lately. Not counting the pumpkin chili and the butternut squash soup....lol

I have a tendency to go in food cycles.
Ohhh me too! I cut the squash into chunks, toss the cubes into a plastic bag coated with olive oil, salt, pepper, cinammon & nutmeg & then dump it all into the oven. Add butter as the wedges are roasting. Soooo simple and so good.

I do the same thing with chunks of sweet potato. Heaven.
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I have two -

I have been working so much, I have kinda forgotten my own name at times, so a lot of eating out over the past two weeks.

1. The soup and sandwich combo at Panera: cup of homemade chicken and dumpling soup (salty heaven) and a half a california avocado sandwich on tomato bread.

2. Lord forgive me for what I am about to type, I know it is frankenfood: The McRib (no pickles or onions) from McDonalds. It is down the block from work and so quick and the sauce is the little kicker I need sometime.

Please don't kick me out of the foodee club.

LOL I had one of those just the other day! Was thinking about having one for dinner tonight since its just me at home.
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Ohhh me too! I cut the squash into chunks, toss the cubes into a plastic bag coated with olive oil, salt, pepper, cinammon & nutmeg & then dump it all into the oven. Add butter as the wedges are roasting. Soooo simple and so good.

I do the same thing with chunks of sweet potato. Heaven.
Nice to know I'm not the only one...I'll give your method a try!!!
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