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What is on your naughty food list......

mdurette

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I just ate Totino's Pizza rolls for dinner and enjoyed every bite.


I also like corned beef hash (but only from a can, never cared for homemade). You know, the stuff that looks just like dog food.

A McDonalds Egg McMuffin and Hash Brown is a treat too.

It could be months or even years in between these....but I still enjoy them!

What is your guilty pleasure?
 

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I have a can of corned beef hash in my cupboard, just waiting to be eaten.

After being diagnosed as pre-diabetic, I have done pretty well eliminating the surgery treats I used to enjoy. Now, my idea of a 'treat' involves Greek yogurt with berries and a bit of granola sprinkled on top.
 

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Underwood Deviled Ham. Smallest can they make. Mixed with Miracle Whip and chopped sweet pickles, served as a sandwich on buttered wheat bread. The urge hits me about every 18 months.
 

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I just ate Totino's Pizza rolls for dinner and enjoyed every bite.


I also like corned beef hash (but only from a can, never cared for homemade). You know, the stuff that looks just like dog food.

A McDonalds Egg McMuffin and Hash Brown is a treat too.

It could be months or even years in between these....but I still enjoy them!

What is your guilty pleasure?
Do you know my husband? Pizza rolls and McMuffins are 2 of his favs. I made corn beef and cabbage last week yummy dinner and hash for breakfast yum yum!
 

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Fry pie's, Nuttybars , butterfingers.
Neopolitan ice cream
Goose liver

I have an addiction to food. Yes it's an addiction.
I fight these off every time I go to the store. Sometimes they win.
I'm working on it one day at a time.
 

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:shrug::shrug:Blue Bell ice cream any flavor and a meat lover pizza.
That corn beef hash sounds liked a treat every six (6) months. LOL.:shrug:o_O
 

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Ohmygosh! lessee here. White (sourdough) bread. Butter. Ice CREAM (don't give me that diet stuff). pork fat- ribs, chops. Corned beef, a baked Idaho Russet potato (about a 12 oz #70) drenched in butter, sour cream, bacon chunks. A rare, prime, rib-eye steak. A double IPA (or two) to wash it down. And if I must, some freshly baked warm apple pie to go with the ice cream.

I'm describing my final meal if I'm to be executed at dawn. Healthy- NO, but who cares!

Jim
 
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[triennial - points]

One is too many.

A hundred are not enough.

So it goes.​
-- Alan Cole, McLean (Fairfax County), Virginia, USA.​
 
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klpca

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Mine are Doritos. And I hate myself every time that I have them.
 

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Ice cream! Ben & Jerry’s if store bought, most likely half-baked. Or, if I’m out and about, Edgewood Creamery in Homewood AL. It is possibly the best ice cream I’ve ever had and too many great flavors to mention. Although German Chocolate and Pirate’s Plunder are my favorites at the moment.
 

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+1 on Underwood Deviled Ham; I like mine on fresh white bread with yellow mustard. When I enjoy this guilty pleasure (about every six months), it needs to be enjoyed with a full sugar old-school Coke. Shades of my childhood.

If you are going to go, go all the way. No guilt!

Judi
 

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almost fell prey to Entemann's buy one/get one free. I live alone, I opted to not bring home 10000 calories. but, mmmmm
 

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Peanut butter and mayonnaise between Ritz crackers. Cookies. Chocolate candy.
 

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Too many to list. My weakness though is sweets. Not many that I don't like and I always have a hard time choosing a dessert.

Another weakness I have is fast food/McDonalds Fish Filet :rolleyes: - it's a treat for me/us when we have it a few times a year.
 

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Cheese fries
Ben & Jerry slices with dark chocolate coating (I'm not supposed to have sugar!)
And I still miss Orville Reddenbacher's microwave popcorn with the pour-over cheese sauce. Tried to duplicate the sauce but was never successful.
 
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