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post #11 of 105 Old 11-01-2012, 04:39 PM
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I like the idea of the New England Clam chowder.

Or, Jambalaya
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I can probably find other online stores and I know a couple of people in America that would probably send me things.

Also I think my mum was looking for a BBQ Marinate or source to make BBQ flavoured things and the Island we live on really doesn't have much in the way of chose. So any good recipes or brands, they can have alcohol or peppers in.

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Pretty much any BBQ sauce will do, depending on whether she's looking for tomato based or vinegar based. North Carolina BBQ uses vinegar based sauces, while Memphis BBQ uses tomato based sauces.

Twinkies are delicious, as are Oreos. Rice-A-Roni and Stovetop Stuffing are big hits, too.

Do y'all like crabs and shrimp (prawns)? Old Bay Seasoning is wonderful on them!

I second Jambalaya, if you can get the fixings. Zatairan's makes a great Jambalaya base.

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post #14 of 105 Old 11-01-2012, 04:50 PM
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ANY kind of potato salad is grossss... Yuck.

I do agree with Krispy Kreme and Dunkin Donuts!

What the heck is wrong with Velveeta? I love Velveeta..

Kraft Mac'n'Cheese... Yes, the cheapy kind..

Boiled peanuts.

Corndogs

Sausage gravy on biscuits

Fried chicken is a given..

Chili cheese fries

Funnel cake

Someone said BBQ ribs, but pulled pork BBQ is good too..
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LOL, having a quick look through, stay away from candy and chocolate, not only are they very bad for you LOL, but UK sweeties are better.

Of the sauces I don't use many, but the Bulls Eye ones aren't bad

Looking at it it's hard to know what to suggest, so many things are so familiar now I can't remember what is available over there or not I can't believe I'm seeing Arm and Hammer baking soda on the list, surely you can get that in the UK?
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I don't like either but most of my family do.

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ANY kind of potato salad is grossss... Yuck.


What the heck is wrong with Velveeta? I love Velveeta..
There is NO WAY you are from Georgia and don't like tater salad! I am shocked! Shocked I tell you!

Ugh, what's NOT wrong with Velveeta? It's not even real cheese. It's a 'cheese food product'. Blargh!!!
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So you won't eat Velveeta but you WILL eat a twinkie SR!!??

Gag gag gag...... at BOTH OF THOSE!!!
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Ewww no.. with the potato chunks..and the mustard.. and the onions..Gag..hard boiled eggs.. sometimes olives..

SR, that is utterly and truly disgusting.. I don't even like to smell it, much less eat it..

Not a Twinkie fan either..

I do like crab and shrimp.. lobster is to die for..
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Dagnabbit, Twinkies are deelish! No, they have no real food value, but if I'm going to eat one I'm hardly worried about the nutritional count.

I also like the Little Debbie stuff. Yeah, it's crap, but it's delicious crap!

Mmmm, boiled taters with diced onions, salt, pepper, garlic, a touch of curry and celery seed, Duke's mayonnaise, and cut up hardboiled eggs. Heavenly manna, I tells ya! I hate olives and relish, so neither of those has ever gotten close to being in a bowl of my potato salad.

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