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Old 05-21-2013, 04:13 AM   #51
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There is a seaweed called Dulce. It comes dried in a cellophane package. Just open the bag a munch away. Good stuff.
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Toast some bread. Butter it. Sprinkle ground nutmeg on it. Cinnamon sugar is also very good on buttered toast.
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For a quick snack, try what is called Kippered Snacks. It is smoked herring that comes in a can similar to sardine cans.

Granted, they are stinky, but oh so tasty.
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Another nice snack is smoked oysters on a Triscuit cracker with green chilies on top.
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I used to eat cereal, but cannot any longer because I have Calcific Bursitus. So I do not drink milk any longer.

However, if you are able to eat cereal with milk, here is a good idea.

Get a box of puffed wheat, a box of sugar pops, and a can of salted Spanish peanuts. Mix the cereals together in equal amounts, then add some of the Spanish peanuts. It makes a wonderful breakfast treat.
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Peel an orange. Sprinkle a little salt on each segment.

Sprinkle a little salt on your watermelon slices.

Slice raw potatoes and sprinkle a little salt on them and eat the potato slices raw.
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I sure miss Sugar Frosted Flakes with sliced bananas. "THEY'RE GREAT".

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My favorite food combination is Gouda cheese, either smoked or plain, on Triscuits or other wheat cracker, with some Speyburn 10 year old Highland single malt scotch. Then I'll break out some whole salted cashews and a beer, preferably Shiner Bock. Oh man, that is heaven! The important thing is to have a sip of the scotch right after eating the gouda. The combination of flavors is soooooo good! I've tried it with several other scotches, but nothing I've tried compares to the Speyburn for this particular combination, although Speysides taste the best. Even though Speyburn is marketed as a Highland Malt, it's really a Speyside, which is sort of a sub-region of the Highlands. Okay, I'm getting a bit tangential now. I'd blame the Speyburn, but I haven't had any today!

If there are any other single malt scotch lovers out there, feel free to chime in with your favorites! I have a cabinet full of various types, and have actually given this topic considerable study.

Yes, I'm extending the "food" thread to include drinks - hope y'all don't mind!
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I love baked cheesecakes... Not the refrigerator "pies" but baked in the oven in a pan of water type cheesecakes. I got an email from King Arthur Flour that had a recipe on baking the cheesecakes in a crockpot rather than in the oven. I posted the link here. I gotta get some 4 0z canning jars next payday and make some up. I wonder how many jars my crockpot can hold. Nice thing is I can bake cheesecakes all summer in the crockpot and not have to deal with heating the place up like the oven would.
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I just got back from the store to get just one thing. A half-gallon of Blue-Belle brand Pistachio Almond ice cream. It is expensive, but it is one of the few things that I will splurge for.

YUM YUM.
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