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Old Today, 12:24 PM
 
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Scrapple
Underwood Deviled Chicken and Ham out of the can
Those chocolate pops women eat when on diets that are only 40 calories
Tastykakes
Kraft Mac and Cheese
Campbells tomato soup with grilled cheese
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Old Today, 12:24 PM
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Pepperidge Farm frozen 3-layer cakes - I've had them all and love the chocolate fudge and key lime the most. I used to make excuses for buying them but now I don't because I'm old and don't care.
I love cake, but when I don't feel like baking I get one of these cakes. Love them!


Also, Fritos brand Mild Cheddar Cheese dip with Frito scoops and a Pepsi on ice.


For tater tot lovers, I buy the mini tater tots because then I get more crispness due to less inside.
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Old Today, 12:27 PM
 
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Pop Tarts!!!! Brown sugar, with frosting.

The problem, or perhaps it is a solution.... is if I eat most of the stuff I list, I will feel ill afterwards. Someone brought a Chantilly cake and I will eat whatever sounds good at parties, and one piece made me feel sick to my stomach for hours after. Worth it? Yes.
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Old Today, 12:36 PM
 
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Forgot about the Underwood Devil chicken spread - like unctuous crack, yum.
Also love the Croatian p‚tťs in a pop top can, by Podravka. Thankfully I can get them at a local supermarket chain that specializes in Mediterranean imports.
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Old Today, 12:47 PM
 
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Pepperidge Farm frozen 3-layer cakes - I've had them all and love the chocolate fudge and key lime the most. I used to make excuses for buying them but now I don't because I'm old and don't care.
I love cake, but when I don't feel like baking I get one of these cakes. Love them!


Also, Fritos brand Mild Cheddar Cheese dip with Frito scoops and a Pepsi on ice.


For tater tot lovers, I buy the mini tater tots because then I get more crispness due to less inside.
I'll be right over.

Seriously...my next bag-o-tots will have to be minis.
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Old Today, 12:53 PM
 
Location: League City, Texas
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I don't categorize food as high or low end.
I donít consider the meals Iíve enjoyed at Le Cirque or Alinea as on the same level as meals Iíve enjoyed at Whataburger or the Waffle House. But theyíre all good!

Iíve discovered that my favorite bologna is the one made with snouts and tooters.

And I do love me some cold pickled pigsí feet!

In a pinch, Iím not above throwing a can of cream soup in a casserole, either!
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Old Today, 12:59 PM
 
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Red Devil? I used to spread that chicken on Melba toast rounds and think I died and went to heaven.
Underwood. I love it as a sandwich on white bread (one side with mayo) with an iceberg lettuce leaf and black pepper.
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Old Today, 01:01 PM
 
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Ice cream sandwiches.

Pimento cheese spread.

Tater tots.

Fritos scoops.

It's been YEARS since I've had any of the above, WAAAH.

I wonder if I could make Pimento cheese spread??
I love everything on this list, and, like you, don't remember the last time I actually had any of them, except for one. My husband makes me a batch of pimento cheese every two weeks or so. He'd do it more often, but it takes me that long to finish the first. He's retired, I work full-time, and I come home to pimento cheese, pita chips, and a glass of wine at the ready.

I do love marshmallows, haven't had one in years, but after reading this thread, I may buy myself a bag.
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Old Today, 01:02 PM
 
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Friendlys used to have these fronions with zesty sauce and buffalo chicken tenders that I loved. Sometime over the last few years they changed both recipes and they just aren’t the same.

Agree with the Cracker Barrel Mac n cheese

Love Olive Garden even though I know it’s not “true Italian”
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Old Today, 01:06 PM
 
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My husband must have been feeling kitschy at the store today, he bought a can of La Choy chow mein. He'll have to enjoy that for lunch one day, I'm not touching it.
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