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ConnieLynn

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I've just been complaining because everything in the grocery sale paper this week is pumpkin flavored. Check it out :)

I will represent the UK if an American wants to swap some yeast-extract-free* British goods for some pumpkin flavoured things, and butterfingers! :D


*Not because it's not delicious and, yes Fuzzy, amazing when added to grilled cheese or mashed potato, but because it only comes in glass jars which are heeaaavvvy
 

Dr. Feelgood

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Dietary requirements: no meats or sweets

I have pecans (already shelled) from my own tree to swap. :eat2:
 

Fuzzy

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I had three pecan (puh-khan) trees in my yard when I was a kid. Saturday chores included shelling grocery sacks of pecans. I had no clue how much people pay for a 1/4 lb of those things.

I'll do anything for a black bottom pecan pie.
 

Fuzzy

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Chess pies have a simple filling of eggs, sugar, butter, and a small amount of flour.

My pecan pies also use dark karo corn syrup.
 

BigCutieLaurel

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So is anyone particularly interested in receiving Aussie stuff? Tim Tams will straight up blow your mind!
 

Skye23

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Requirements - none really. I'll eat almost anything, except maybe dried tiny fish and crabs and similar Asian snacks. Been there, tried them, was not a fan.
 

Yakatori

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This is mad-ness! I was told that Aussies did not have or did not know-of peanut-butter. And yet this man has an Aussie accent and is using it as an in-gred-ient?

Or is that just peanut-butter cups?
 

moonvine

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Oh man. Not yet but when I have some spare money, i am so in!
 

BigCutieLaurel

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This is mad-ness! I was told that Aussies did not have or did not know-of peanut-butter. And yet this man has an Aussie accent and is using it as an in-gred-ient?

Or is that just peanut-butter cups?
We have peanut butter, lots of it. It is peanut butter cups that you are thinking about.
 

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