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21. Posted: Tue 14th Jul 2009 08:50 BST
New York style cheese cake homemade with home grown raspberries mmmmmm!
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22. Posted: Tue 14th Jul 2009 16:06 BST
McVities Plain Chocolate Digestives, with a nice cup of tea to dip them in. Melty, mmmm.
What? What is that? "Digestives" makes it sound like some digestive aid medication, but that can't be right...stupid Class 1 language gap...
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23. Posted: Tue 14th Jul 2009 16:09 BST
@Stuffgamer1: digestive biscuits... they're kinda like cookies or graham crackers, only not as sweet, and they disintegrate pretty quick if you dip them in a drink. :3
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24. Posted: Tue 14th Jul 2009 16:38 BST
Ah...thanks, theblackdragon. Like I said, stupid Class 1 language gap...
25. Posted: Tue 14th Jul 2009 16:42 BST
Pink snack please
26. Posted: Thu 16th Jul 2009 17:11 BST
Ah a big stick of really dry biltong! Yum! X) Makes me miss home
Edited on Sun 19th July, 2009 @ 16:10 by JohnnyB
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27. Posted: Fri 17th Jul 2009 18:37 BST
@JohnnyB: Why'd you have to make me use Google?@Myself: Why didn't you do that with the British cookies, idiot?
Well, it's meat, so it's got good potential right there. I'm not generally all that big on foreign cuisine, though, so I don't know if I'd actually like it.
28. Posted: Fri 17th Jul 2009 19:20 BST
@Stuffgamer1: Hahaha sorry about that I know it looks weird, but its quite similar to beef jerky, so its not that foreign XD
I'm actually a little surprised that its available here in London (I'm on a working holiday) and that the people here also like it
EDIT: The early Dutch settlers (in South-Africa) not only found that its a great way to preserve meat, but also that it tasted super awesome
Edited on Fri 17th July, 2009 @ 19:35 by JohnnyB
29. Posted: Mon 20th Jul 2009 16:15 BST
It's gonna be chocolate bars for me:Peanut Butter Chunky Kit Kat -- strange you only get these in the UK...Kit Kat Special Dark (%40 cocoa mass -- possibly the closest to a luxury confection you can get in a mass-market chocolate bar)LionToffee Crisp (I do wish we could get Coffee Crisp and many other Canadian bars besides, but this will have to do)Double DeckerYorkie (Raisin&Biscuit if I have a choice)Bounty Dark (pisses all over Mounds -- sorry fellow Americans!)
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30. Posted: Mon 20th Jul 2009 22:59 BST
@Sean Aaron: Couldn't you have liked at least ONE chocolate bar that's available in America? Sheesh!
31. Posted: Mon 20th Jul 2009 23:01 BST
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32. Posted: Mon 20th Jul 2009 23:04 BST
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33. Posted: Tue 21st Jul 2009 00:06 BST
Well for Yank-choc I'd vote:
Clark (I'll take this over 5th Avenue or Butterfinger any day of the week, but can you buy them anywhere? Noooooooo!)Nutrageous (I cannot deny my peanut-butter lovin' roots!)Baby Ruth -- though Nestle really lets down the side with that waxy "chocolate" coatingPayday -- hell, peanut chew centre and coated with peanuts? Awesome!Heath -- not toffee as the English know it, but I've always loved thisSkor -- if ya cannae get Heath this will do.Snickers -- I prefer a Double Decker to this because Americans don't get the nougat right -- not enough bite -- still, it's got peanuts and for an American chocolate bar the chocolate's not too bad.
Edited on Tue 21st July, 2009 @ 00:07 by Sean_Aaron
34. Posted: Tue 21st Jul 2009 00:09 BST
I've never heard of Clark or Skor, either.
You claim you love peanut butter, but don't mention anything Reese's on either list. I'm skeptical. I LOVE me some Reese's Whips!
35. Posted: Tue 21st Jul 2009 00:10 BST
Treat... im confused, since pizza is dinner not a treat is it? how big is too big to be a treat?
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36. Posted: Tue 21st Jul 2009 00:20 BST
@DaDun: From OP: "By Food wise something that makes you just so happy it relaxes you?"It's okay if it's dinner food. Just as long as it's unhealthy and fun enough.
37. Posted: Tue 21st Jul 2009 00:38 BST
Darn it cuz spaghetti is where its at man, nothing beats that, but its health so i guess i cant say. My list though: (im organized that way so there)Dinner - SpaghettiFast Food - PizzaSnack Snack - english muffins/crumpets right nowCandy snack - Sour starburst
38. Posted: Tue 21st Jul 2009 13:50 BST
I've never heard of Clark or Skor, either. You claim you love peanut butter, but don't mention anything Reese's on either list. I'm skeptical. I LOVE me some Reese's Whips!
Clark is an American classic that's been produced for 100 years; presently owned by Necco which is one of the last independent candy makers in the country. Well worth checking out, but it's hard to find. You used to be able to get it at Right-Aid before they went tits-up.
Skor is Hershey's version of Daim (probably why it has an umlaut over the o?) and is a chocolate-covered toffee (praline to Brits) bar. This should be easy to come by.
I actually did reference Reeses: Nutrageous!
39. Posted: Tue 21st Jul 2009 13:59 BST
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40. Posted: Tue 21st Jul 2009 17:57 BST
@S3ean Aaron: Nutrageous might be from the same company, but it isn't a "Reese's" line product. You obviously have no idea where in the US I live. Selection in general is pretty bad around here, so no, I can't find this "Skor" of which you speak. I have a hard time finding Peanut Butter M&M's!