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post #51 of 64 Old 05-18-2011, 01:59 AM
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Hot Chips & Gravy are always something that calmes me down.

Oooh and most of all a trip to Max Brenner's It honestly FREAKING AMAZING! chocolate by the bald man... ahhhh

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Hot Chips & Gravy are always something that calmes me down.

Oooh and most of all a trip to Max Brenner's It honestly FREAKING AMAZING! chocolate by the bald man... ahhhh
Ooooo. Hot chips and gravy sounds so good.... :) may I ask how you make them?
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Ooooo. Hot chips and gravy sounds so good.... :) may I ask how you make them?
If I make them I use the deep frier. I can buy the chips frozen but I like to do the potatoes. I make them "chips" not fries so there thick. And just use Gravox gravy! But I usually just buy them from the roadhouse ;) im slack. Oh and just normal potato chips in gravy is good to!

Oh and my comfort food when I was living in the you.S for 6 months. More home-sickness food. Were Buffalo wings with that blue cheesey dipping dressing stuff! So yummy!! The best ones were while I was staying at the Sheriton Hotel in Huston, Texas.

But 1st you can't get them in AUS, 2nd I don't know how to make them :'(

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Mine is red wine and cheese. After a tough day (kinda day that makes you wanna punch something and cry) I tend to buy a bottle of red wine, and a packet of cheese slices, get home and turn up the music, sit and drink my wine and eat my cheese while I try to get on with whatever needs done in my room.
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Grilled chicken with barbecue sauce. Baked potatoes with garlic powder, paprika, and salt and pepper on the side. Iced tea (preferably Arizona's Half and Half or Lipton's green tea with lemon) to drink. HEAVENLY.
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Oh and my comfort food when I was living in the you.S for 6 months. More home-sickness food. Were Buffalo wings with that blue cheesey dipping dressing stuff! So yummy!! The best ones were while I was staying at the Sheriton Hotel in Huston, Texas.

But 1st you can't get them in AUS, 2nd I don't know how to make them :'(
I can pm you my buffalo wing recipe if you'd like

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I can pm you my buffalo wing recipe if you'd like

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Dark Chocolate! Like, 85%, preferably with fruit, nuts and sea salt... Mmmmm!
Anything deep fried, salty and crispy. Meat, bread, sugar, whatever!
Cashews, Peanuts and Sunflower seeds, I could live off of them!
I like high fat lol
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Dark Chocolate! Like, 85%, preferably with fruit, nuts and sea salt... Mmmmm!
Anything deep fried, salty and crispy. Meat, bread, sugar, whatever!
Cashews, Peanuts and Sunflower seeds, I could live off of them!
I like high fat lol
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You would like White chocolate Almonds then! (there almonds dipped in melted white chocolate.) Its yum!

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