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Les Toil

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OMG!!!! WANT!!!! Oh wow I just had a thought you could mix some Chocolate Cap'n Crunch and some Peanut Butter Cap'n Crunch now that would probably be crazy good.:eat1::eat1::eat1:
Oh my lord, that idea is off the heesy! Only thing is, Choco Chrunch is quite a bit softer than those hard tasty Cap'n Crunch PB balls, so the PBs would probably dominate. Not that that's a bad thing.
 

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definitely! I'm actually probably gonna get a few for lunch tomorrow! hell i'll probably end up going there tonight.. you got me going on something here lol
So, I ended up trying those chicken burrito deals last night. All I have to say is yumm!! I wouldn't get them every day, but if I ever stop by taco bell, I would definitely add it to the tab. Thanks!!
 

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Ezekiel bread is a bread made from whole, sprouted grains. More about it at that link. I think it's flourless. I used to think it was too rough, but I've grown to love it. It's best toasted. It's in the fridge section of natural food stores, and Safeway carries it too.

Do you have a Costco card? Might be because Tillamook is local, but the Costco here sells several of their cheeses. Maybe they sell it nationwide?
OOH, that bread sounds yummy. I will have to keep my eyes open for it. I wonder if they sell that cheese at Sam's club. Thanks Rainy!
 

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I hope you find both of them, Bunny.

Also:

Faux Mochas. A couple tablespoons of milk chocolate chips added to a large mug of hot coffee, stir, then add milk. I'm Hooverizing. (Anyone else have parents/grandparents who often used that term?)
 

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For lunch as of late ( I can eat the same thing day in and day out)

hummus on sourdough bread with red onion, arugula or butter lettuce, tomato, cucumber and sharp provolone. Having one for dinner tonight, but I don't have any onion :(
 

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Ezekiel bread is a bread made from whole, sprouted grains. More about it at that link. I think it's flourless. I used to think it was too rough, but I've grown to love it. It's best toasted. It's in the fridge section of natural food stores, and Safeway carries it too.

Do you have a Costco card? Might be because Tillamook is local, but the Costco here sells several of their cheeses. Maybe they sell it nationwide?
I love Ezekial bread. I have some cinnamon raisin and regular in the freezer now.
 

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I don't think I've ever seen a cinnamon version...just regular and sesame and hot dog/hamburger buns. I'll have to look for it.
 

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Ezekiel bread is a bread made from whole, sprouted grains. More about it at that link. I think it's flourless. I used to think it was too rough, but I've grown to love it. It's best toasted. It's in the fridge section of natural food stores, and Safeway carries it too.

Do you have a Costco card? Might be because Tillamook is local, but the Costco here sells several of their cheeses. Maybe they sell it nationwide?
Yes, Tillamook has hit the bigtime. I can find blocks of their cheese even in Houston, where their Extra Sharp Cheddar is most appreciated. :D
 

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Tuna melts with Tillamook cheddar and sweet relish on Ezekiel bread.
Mmmmm, Tillamook. I think that's what really started my cheese addiction when I was a kid and Mom used to buy it for my Dad.
 

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From Dunkin Donuts - Toasted Multigrain Bagel with Peanut Butter and a banana (from home!).
 

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Whoever invented these is a real asshole. I'm tryin' to lose weight here!! Stop tempting me with buttery pretzely deliciousness!
 

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Honey Nut Cheerios- I've had a bowl every day this week, sometimes twice or three times a day.
 

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S'mores.

Sum-mo-aahhhssss.

I have been making them almost every evening, after dinner. I really love a slightly charred marshmallow; when the heat creates a thin, hard casing and keeps the inside gooey and delicious. Yep, love it.
 

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Mmmmm, Tillamook. I think that's what really started my cheese addiction when I was a kid and Mom used to buy it for my Dad.
Tillamook is SCRUMPTIOUS! It's the closest I've ever tasted to the best cheese this is...you won't believe me, but....government cheese. LOL. My grandfather used to volunteer at the local CAP office and take food boxes to the needy. They would send him home with a food box for volunteering, and the cheese block was literally the size of a loaf of bread. I'm not sure if anyone else would remember them, but THAT WAS THE BEST CHEESE EVER!
 

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I found a new pizza place right up the street from me. Not exactly new just new to me. The slices are nice and wide and they cheese and sauce are perfect. Been eating there about five days a week now.
 

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Green salsa (mild, because I'm a wuss).

Even put it in my grilled cheese sandwich today with monterey jack. Adds a great little kick.
 

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Sangria, homemade with plenty of fruit, a tiny bit of wine (I react badly to reds), Strawberry Ribena and Sprite.
 

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Sangria, homemade with plenty of fruit, a tiny bit of wine (I react badly to reds), Strawberry Ribena and Sprite.

Have you ever tried a white wine sangria made with tropical fruit? To die for!
 

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baked potatoes, sliced open then topped with a thick chili-garlic sauce and then low fat plain yogurt. The tastes blend just ridiculously well....so much so that we are once again out of chili-garlic sauce and low fat yogurt :doh:
 

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