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        05-09-2011, 01:12 AM
    STOPPPPPP! You guys are killin' me! I wanna eat any and all of the things you are talking about (except the oyster crackers).
    Would love the recipe for that cheese cake.
    I make the best apple pie this side of the Mississippi! (well,. You know what I mean) I add a dash of almond extract and lemon juice and it's so yummy, and use several types of apples.
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        05-09-2011, 03:26 PM
    Crab rangoons!..who am I kidding any,kind of chinese yummo!
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        05-09-2011, 06:49 PM
    Mmmm....Anything fattening and creamy! I gained 10 pounds during an extremely stressful month because I lived off pudding and ice cream, haha.

    I love cooking to destress too. I'm a baking master, and I can easily make the BEST fried rice ever...I really like those when I'm stressed.
        05-09-2011, 07:20 PM
    Just recently I found an ice cream I havn't been able to stay away from. Ben & Jerry's Karmal Sutra. Half is vanilla, half is chocolate with pieces of dark chocolate, and in the middle is a big circle of gewy caramel that goes all the way to the bottom. You can have as much or as little caramel with your bite as you want. Yummy!
        05-09-2011, 10:19 PM
    Blueberries. I could eat them by the gallon. And pretty much anything at Olive Garden. It's sooooo good.
    Reminds me... I could eat, and have eaten, buckets of strawberries! They are my favorite fruit.

    cooking - the act of , rather than the eating , I go on a baking craze and we end up with bread and foccacia coming out of our ears

    There is somthing about kneading dough that is very stress-releasing..

    Lol. :) I find cooking stressing, but I think that's just because my mom is on my tail to make sure I don't screw up and my dad is on my head complaining I am making a mess. :P
        05-10-2011, 07:30 AM
    Pasta. I love it. Especially with Alfredo sauce or maybe tomato/w Italian sausage or ground beef. I also pig out on chocolate if it's around, diet sodas, and pie or cake. Anything baked with lots of sugar really.
        05-10-2011, 02:12 PM
    Chocolate chip cookies! I could eat them all of the time! Lately my mom has been buying Burger King ones, and bringing them to me on her way home from work. That might be the reason why I'm gaining weight..I think my metabolism is slowing down. NOT GOOD!
        05-10-2011, 07:34 PM
    After a long day all I what is a liter of cherry coke and Grandma's macaroni salad. At every show she comes to, she makes our little horse show extended family a big ol' bowl of it. It's not tangy like some of the deli stuff....It's to die for. I can't ever eat any other macaroni salad after hers. Everything else just tastes tangy and sour to me, but hers is cool and refreshing and just plain yummy!
        05-10-2011, 07:42 PM
    Chocolate. Can't live without it :)
        05-10-2011, 08:01 PM
    I make the best apple pie this side of the Mississippi! (well,. You know what I mean) I add a dash of almond extract and lemon juice and it's so yummy, and use several types of apples.
    If I ever pass through Mississippi I AM STOPPING BY AT YOUR PLACE FOR PIE!! Don't' worry I'll give you a few days warning so you can get ready to make them. ;)

    Another comfort food I thought of. It's not my main one, but if I had to choose a chocolate bar it would DEFINITELY be a mars bar. :)

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