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Old Today, 01:11 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.



Do they still make Pepperiidge Farm frozen three layer cakes? There was a chocolate one with white swirls on top and little chocolate chips that my mother used to buy in the 70s.



Funny, when I look back on it, my parents - who thought they were "food snobs", never ate regular white bread. THEY only ate Pepperige farm or Arnold if white bread was called for. And they thought both were "upscale brands".
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Old Today, 01:18 PM
 
Location: northern New England
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I am 62 and have never eaten at a Cracker Barrel. Or an Olive Garden, although I have had the Bloomin Onion as takeout. All I can say is, you better eat it while it is hot, because as it cools down it is disgusting.


I do like toasting a few marshmallows as the fireplace turns to coals. Most of that other stuff, I have lost my taste for as I got older. Just thinking about all the partially hydrogenated vegetable oil (shortening) that goes into commercial cake frostings -- might as well have a cold Bloomin Onion.


Now if it is a homemade cake with butter frosting, well, my fork is ready.
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Old Today, 01:31 PM
 
Location: New Jersey
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I am sure that I am NOT the only foodie that is a closet lover of some low end luscious foods and recopies. I'll fess up right now. I happen to like some foods that aren't trendy.



I'll go first.



1. Cracker Barrel. Never had a bad meal there. I am fanatical about their pecan pancakes. I love them. same goes for their home fry potato casserole and fried shrimp in a basket. Their biscuits and deserts are always good.



THIS. Pecan Pancakes from Cracker Barrel.



I have tried to duplicate them at home. Don't quite get there. But they are SO tasty!!!



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Old Today, 01:32 PM
 
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I am 62 and have never eaten at a Cracker Barrel. Or an Olive Garden, .

I haven't either.
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Old Today, 01:35 PM
 
Location: New Jersey
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I am 62 and have never eaten at a Cracker Barrel. Or an Olive Garden, although I have had the Bloomin Onion as takeout. All I can say is, you better eat it while it is hot, because as it cools down it is disgusting.


I do like toasting a few marshmallows as the fireplace turns to coals. Most of that other stuff, I have lost my taste for as I got older. Just thinking about all the partially hydrogenated vegetable oil (shortening) that goes into commercial cake frostings -- might as well have a cold Bloomin Onion.


Now if it is a homemade cake with butter frosting, well, my fork is ready.

But...this thread is about trashy kitchy foods!!!! And obviously the bloomin onion needs to be eaten hot
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Old Today, 01:45 PM
 
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Used to eat those York Peppermint Patties.
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Old Today, 01:50 PM
 
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Yes, how could I have forgotten Fritos Scoops, with queso dip made from Cheez Wiz!
Pimento loaf (bologna with crap thrown in)
Cheez It crackers with cheese on them, preferably out of an aerosol can
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Old Today, 02:15 PM
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Frito scoops with whipped cream cheese are great. Philadelphia cream cheese combined with Velveeta makes wonderful macaroni and cheese. I love grilled cheese sandwiches with plenty of Velveeta and butter on white bread.

I sorely miss Noodles Romanoff.
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Old Today, 02:16 PM
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Location: Northern Minnesota
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I'll be right over.

Seriously...my next bag-o-tots will have to be minis.
Another good thing about the mini tots is they cook faster.
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Old Today, 02:20 PM
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Location: Northern Minnesota
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Do they still make Pepperidge Farm frozen three layer cakes? There was a chocolate one with white swirls on top and little chocolate chips that my mother used to buy in the 70s.

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Oh yes, they sure do still make those cakes! Just finished one off a few days ago.
Not all at once though. Haha!
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