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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazybanana
    i see it's Nestle who makes em - but i have never seen or heard about them before - nor have i tasted something like it.
    Me neither.

    I really like Snickers and Milky Way Dark too. And dark chocolate on the whole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun(OfTheDead)
    I really like Snickers and Milky Way Dark too. And dark chocolate on the whole.
    snickers is good, but i think snickers ice cream is better. Milky way with a cup of hot coffee
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    My favorite snack are cereal, ice cream, cookies&milk, pb&j, chips.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazybanana View Post
    but i think snickers ice cream is better.
    I loved those! But can you believe that those buggers stopped selling them here some 10 years ago? And I've never seen them anywhere since
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLZ View Post
    Here we call just the cooked bread toast. I just put peanut butter onto it, and, voila, peanut butter toast. No toasting of peanut butter occurs; although, that sounds really good actually. Peanut butter is just so oily, I'm sure it'd sweat in no time and make the bread weird.

    SOTD will send you a pie. Right Shaun?
    Long live the pumpkin pies!
    Yeah we call cooked bread toast here too - You could grill the peanut butter on the toast? Like one slice of bread on the other like a sandwich - that would be nice

    @pumpkinpie - if Shaun sent me that it would be gone off by then, I think I'll live in dreamworld where the pumpkin is concerned

    Quote Originally Posted by Crazybanana View Post
    well, i burn a lot of calories (walk to and from fridge, turn from side to side in the sofa etc..) so it's no problem, i also have dessert after dinner

    today as the weather is getting better we will bbq, and have homemade applecake, real ice cream with real vanilla - no phony stuff here

    the menu is this:

    Dinner:
    fresh bread, homemade salad,dressing, potato salad, baked potato, baby back ribs, smoked pork ribs and marinated ham.

    dessert:
    homemade apple cake, with ice cream and vanilla sauce and ice cream with real vanilla.
    btw... lol@ peanut butter bomb shelter

    Ok, for Dinner I would be dead if I ate all that - It's like a Christmas dinner every day - where's the novelty factor? do you save some sort of food that you only eat at Christmas so it's more appreciated or special?!

    I take it you like Vanilla? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by php_daemon View Post
    I loved those! But can you believe that those buggers stopped selling them here some 10 years ago? And I've never seen them anywhere since
    well, we got em everywere and i can snailmail you some

    Quote Originally Posted by mizwizzy
    do you save some sort of food that you only eat at Christmas so it's more appreciated or special?!

    I take it you like Vanilla? lol
    sure, for Christmas we have "Christmas ribs", "Pinnekj°tt", "Lutefisk" and Christmas turkey we eat it outside christmas too, but only 4-5 times a year.

    Yeah, i use to buy vanilla sauce and drink it like water

    and i still don't get this pumpkin pie. maybe i need to try it
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    Pumpkin pie is really good made with brown sugar and heavy cream. Yum


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    I just prepped some lamb rib steaks with spices for the charcoal grilling. I let it sit for 2 hours rubbed with these: Turkish Oregano, Rosemary, Cumin, Celery, Sweet Paprika, Tellicherry Sweet Pepper, Onion, Garlic, Spearmint, Ginger.

    With it I will have Artichokes with butter steamed into the heart, orzo with portobello mushrooms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazybanana View Post
    sure, for Christmas we have "Christmas ribs", "Pinnekj°tt", "Lutefisk" and Christmas turkey we eat it outside christmas too, but only 4-5 times a year.

    Yeah, i use to buy vanilla sauce and drink it like water

    and i still don't get this pumpkin pie. maybe i need to try it
    at the first two - I can't imagine eating fish for Christmas dinner yuck! I save turkey, ham and brown sauce til Christmas well - actually everything is saved really as I only eat rice, tuna or chicken - so roll on the Christmas feast

    Eating outside at Christmas?? I thought Australia only did that - Christmas dinner on the beach - that's a nightmare to me - I have to eat at the family table, snow/cold weather outside and a warm cozy fire - at outside!!

    Let me know how the pumpkin pie goes

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    Quote Originally Posted by mizwizzy View Post
    I have to eat at the family table
    Brrrrrr I'd take the beach any day of the week and twice on Sunday.

    Quote Originally Posted by Crazybanana View Post
    well, we got em everywere and i can snailmail you some
    Send 'em over! But I wonder how to solve the melting problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Datura
    I just prepped some lamb rib steaks with spices for the charcoal grilling. I let it sit for 2 hours rubbed with these: Turkish Oregano, Rosemary, Cumin, Celery, Sweet Paprika, Tellicherry Sweet Pepper, Onion, Garlic, Spearmint, Ginger.

    With it I will have Artichokes with butter steamed into the heart, orzo with portobello mushrooms.
    sounds wonderfull. we eat a lot of lamb here too, mostly lamb leg - and i prefere to grill or bake it in the oven. in the oven i bake it from 7 hours to 11 hours, starting at 70║ C and then go up to 125║C and sometimes take 15 minutes at 150║C at the end.

    I use to bake potatoes in there with it, and carrots, onions, mushrooms, paprika and garlic. i use to stuff the leg full of garlic too.

    sometimes i use to marinade it, other times i rub it with honey, but mostly i rub it with pepper, salt etc...

    yummy

    Quote Originally Posted by mizwizzy
    I can't imagine eating fish for Christmas dinner yuck!
    me neither, but it's not a regular fish as it's used lye on it. you eat it with bacon etc... i have only tasted it a few times. but it's not that bad...

    when my father was sailing around the world in the 60's (as a chef) he made this Lutefisk, and some of the crew thought he was trying to poison them, when they saw he used lye on it

    Quote Originally Posted by mizwizzy
    I only eat rice, tuna or chicken
    I thought tuna was a no no

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    Eating outside at Christmas??
    not outside the house i ment that we eat it the rest of the year too, not just for christmas... but only 4-5 times

    Quote Originally Posted by mizwizzy
    Let me know how the pumpkin pie goes
    well, as we can only buy pumpkins for halloween, it's not that easy to bake one of these. and i'm not so sure about this pumpkin pie... maybe i try to buy one, but i have never seen one for sale - so that could be a problem too


    Quote Originally Posted by php_daemon
    Send 'em over! But I wonder how to solve the melting problem
    well, that's your problem
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    Quote Originally Posted by php_daemon View Post
    Brrrrrr I'd take the beach any day of the week and twice on Sunday.
    Can't imagine that at all - boiling hot sunshine and a hot christmas dinner? jeeze sand everywhere!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Crazybanana View Post
    me neither, but it's not a regular fish as it's used lye on it. you eat it with bacon etc... i have only tasted it a few times. but it's not that bad...

    when my father was sailing around the world in the 60's (as a chef) he made this Lutefisk, and some of the crew thought he was trying to poison them, when they saw he used lye on it

    I thought tuna was a no no

    not outside the house i ment that we eat it the rest of the year too, not just for christmas... but only 4-5 times

    well, as we can only buy pumpkins for halloween, it's not that easy to bake one of these. and i'm not so sure about this pumpkin pie... maybe i try to buy one, but i have never seen one for sale - so that could be a problem too
    fish & bacon - good lord, I've heard it all now! I dont think I would be a fan of that Lutefisk dish

    Tuna a no no? What makes you think that? I eat it nearly everyday, if not that then chicken

    Good to hear you keep the Xmas Dinner in the house!

    @Pumpkin pie - do you slice that up or put it all in as it is to bake I can picture an explosion happening in my kitchen

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    Quote Originally Posted by mizwizzy View Post
    Can't imagine that at all - boiling hot sunshine and a hot christmas dinner? jeeze sand everywhere!!
    Not in this hemisphere. And not all beaches have sand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by php_daemon View Post
    Not in this hemisphere. And not all beaches have sand.
    Ok, so pebble beaches? What type of beaches do you have there? Were you thinking of Nude Beaches?!

    Either way, Christmas Dinner should be like the Griswolds

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    ^ the horror!

    I have no beaches, but a man can dream.

    Anyway, we're derailing the thread. Food fight!!
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    no we're not, we're still talking about food - but what was your idea about having christmas dinner on a beach and I mentioned the sand - what type of beach were you picturing as your ideal setting?

    Don't waste food like that...such childish behaviour

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    I just don't like "family dinners", where a bunch of relatives get together and pretend to like each other. The hypocrisy, the mind games, the drama; I don't understand that and hate it with passion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mizwizzy View Post
    fish & bacon - good lord, I've heard it all now!
    no, you haven't


    Quote Originally Posted by mizwizzy
    Tuna a no no? What makes you think that?
    WWF and common sense

    Quote Originally Posted by mizwizzy
    I eat it nearly everyday


    Quote Originally Posted by mizwizzy
    Good to hear you keep the Xmas Dinner in the house!
    yeah, I have other things to do that day than sit out in the snow eating Lutefisk, bacon and white sauce


    Quote Originally Posted by php_daemon
    I just don't like "family dinners", where a bunch of relatives get together and pretend to like each other. The hypocrisy, the mind games, the drama; I don't understand that and hate it with passion.
    i like it. it's one of the only times i can truely say what i mean about everyone, without them running away before i'm done speaking.

    I never pretend to like any of em - and they know it

    all this Christmas talk makes me think about the Christmas dinner my dad used to make. no one could cook like him.

    I was looking forward to the Christmas dinner for the whole year ..and the sauce he used to make... it took hours just to make the sauce
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    Quote Originally Posted by php_daemon View Post
    I just don't like "family dinners", where a bunch of relatives get together and pretend to like each other. The hypocrisy, the mind games, the drama; I don't understand that and hate it with passion.
    What are family dinners? Well I don't like interacting with extended family either so that's why I/we don't do that - Christmas dinner is with my own family basically and that's it and I really enjoy it, we stay over back home aswell for the Christmas period and it's really cool, I enjoy it

    Quote Originally Posted by Crazybanana View Post

    WWF and common sense
    WWF - Why? I didn't think there was some sorta ban on eating tuna? Don't say there is because that equates to about 80% of my dietary needs seriously...

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    I'm coming home for Christmas'...snack ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mizwizzy View Post
    WWF - Why? I didn't think there was some sorta ban on eating tuna? Don't say there is because that equates to about 80% of my dietary needs seriously...
    there goes your diet...

    ..as a substitute you can try Lutefisk, bacon, potatoes, carrots, onions and white sauce
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    I LOVE CHOCOLATES

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    Quote Originally Posted by sankrish View Post


    I LOVE CHOCOLATES
    Yummmmmmmmm
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    It's enough for all of us...To share or not to share...

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    I like Pizza.

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