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Old 02-26-2008, 10:40 AM
 
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Jif creamy peanut butter with Miracle Whip sandwiches- YUMMY

Wendy's frosty using fries as spoon

Potato chips & ketchup

Pickle wraps (Thinly sliced ham with cream cheese spread over it and wrapped around pickles)
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Old 02-26-2008, 11:06 AM
 
Location: Indiana
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Jif creamy peanut butter with Miracle Whip sandwiches- YUMMY

Wendy's frosty using fries as spoon

Potato chips & ketchup

Pickle wraps (Thinly sliced ham with cream cheese spread over it and wrapped around pickles)
I agree with the Frosty and the Pickle Wraps. I can't say the other two sound tempting at all! They must be an acquired taste!
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Old 02-26-2008, 11:23 AM
 
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Jif creamy peanut butter with Miracle Whip sandwiches- YUMMY

Wendy's frosty using fries as spoon

Potato chips & ketchup

Pickle wraps (Thinly sliced ham with cream cheese spread over it and wrapped around pickles)
French fries dipped in a frosty! YUMMY, YUMMY (and it makes hubby gag when i do it).
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Old 02-28-2008, 11:20 AM
 
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A big ol solid chocolate bar covered in PB right out of the jar--
Or cool whip, straight up, from the spray can or container-a whole mouthful with a squirt of chocolate syrup
SInce the season is coming, another favorite is the ORIGINAL Cadbury eggs, no one can stand to watch me eat them as everyone else thinks they are repulsive..Mmmm creamy gooey and chocolatey!! Tank u Easter bunnY!!
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Old 02-28-2008, 11:41 AM
 
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Jif creamy peanut butter with Miracle Whip sandwiches- YUMMY

Wendy's frosty using fries as spoon

Potato chips & ketchup

Pickle wraps (Thinly sliced ham with cream cheese spread over it and wrapped around pickles)
Yes the fries with frosty's is always a hit in my book eventhough I don't like wendy's so I barely ever get it. (maybe I'll go today) nuggets, ff, and a frosty........ I doin it.







ok.......... this pickle thing............ so i'm starting to read it and I'm thinking mmmm pickles............ so I start reading ham... yum........cream cheese...yum........and then wrapped around a WHOLE pickle???????

I was thinking sliced pickles until I got to that. That's a lot of pickle. Wouldn't it just over power the ham and cream cheese to make no point of them??

And believe me I would marry pickles if I could but I don't know about wrapping those two around a big honkin' pickle.

I think I'll try it with pickle slices and go from there.
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Old 02-28-2008, 11:50 AM
 
Location: Indiana
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ok.......... this pickle thing............ so i'm starting to read it and I'm thinking mmmm pickles............ so I start reading ham... yum........cream cheese...yum........and then wrapped around a WHOLE pickle???????

I was thinking sliced pickles until I got to that. That's a lot of pickle. Wouldn't it just over power the ham and cream cheese to make no point of them??

And believe me I would marry pickles if I could but I don't know about wrapping those two around a big honkin' pickle.

I think I'll try it with pickle slices and go from there.
Yes, the whole pickle. But only as you are making them. Then you slice them, but they would be impossible to construct if you started with sliced pickles. Once you are done, they are great little bite-sized snacks. We have them every year for New Years and also for Super Bowl parties and such. I love them!
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Old 02-28-2008, 11:57 AM
 
Location: Richardson, TX
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Yes, the whole pickle. But only as you are making them. Then you slice them, but they would be impossible to construct if you started with sliced pickles. Once you are done, they are great little bite-sized snacks. We have them every year for New Years and also for Super Bowl parties and such. I love them!
I change up this recipe by mixing horseradish into the cream cheese (actually I use yogurt cheese) and wrapping pickle and cheese up in roast beef. I don't care for ham. I do cut the pickle into thin spears though, I don't use the whole thing.
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Old 03-01-2008, 11:21 AM
 
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I can't believe I'm admitting to this, but...

1) whipped cream + bananas + Hershey's chocolate syrup (heaven!)
2) whipped cream straight from the container or can
3) frosting straight from the can with a spoon
4) chocolate chips
5) hot chocolate mix (especially w/ the marshmallows!)

I have a very unruly sweet tooth...
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Old 03-01-2008, 12:04 PM
 
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Jif creamy peanut butter with Miracle Whip sandwiches- YUMMY

Wendy's frosty using fries as spoon

Potato chips & ketchup

Pickle wraps (Thinly sliced ham with cream cheese spread over it and wrapped around pickles)
Okay, the peanut butter and Miracle whip sounds like a pregnant woman's craving, lol.
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Old 03-01-2008, 03:33 PM
 
Location: Bay Area
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Wow- I have never heard of these combinations- hilarious!

Well, I don't eat fast food, or meat, or much "american" type foods so I am pretty boring when it comes to weird foods.

I will just eat spoonfuls of salsa or spoonfuls of honey or preserves instead of eating real meals when my husband is out of town. Wash it down with smoothies.
Solid food is SOOO overrated!
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