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Late night snack craving

March 13 2011 at 12:46 PM
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What's your favorite late night snack? Is it something savory or something sweet? For the past two weeks I've been craving oreo cookies. It's been a while since I've eaten oreos (other than in cookies n' cream ice cream but that doesn't really count). About 1/2 hour before i go to bed I have a glass of ice cold milk and 3 oreos. Oh, and maybe a little scoop of ice cream happy.gif I enjoy whole milk, not that watered down tasting 2% stuff.

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DTL
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Comfort food can be so...comforting...

March 13 2011, 9:59 PM 

and satisfying...and Oreos with milk is just classic!

 
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Comforting combo

March 14 2011, 6:45 PM 

I agree, it's so satisfying and tasty too.

What are some of your favorite late night snacks?

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DTL
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Vanilla ice cream, eaten straight from the carton!

March 14 2011, 11:51 PM 

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For me, something crispy, square, filled with...

March 13 2011, 10:32 PM 

... marshmallow! Yep, none other Rice Krispies Treats - The Original flavor happy.gif

In fact, just picked up a box of 54 bars this afternoon. That should work as my daily snack for the next month happy.gif

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ED-209
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Snap, Crackle, Pop

March 14 2011, 6:50 PM 

Hi ATM,
The rice crispy treats are really yummy. I was shopping at Costco over the weekend and saw a large box of them and didn't know that they have all these varieties with chocolate, strawberry, M&M... all kinds of rice crispy treats from Kellogg.
I think I can only eat one a day because it's really sweet.

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My own home-made bread and store-bought butter

March 13 2011, 11:08 PM 

I can't make butter 

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Hey that sounds really good

March 14 2011, 6:52 PM 

Hi MTF,
Is it difficult to make home-made bread? Would love to hear more about the MTF bread and how it's made. Do you experiment with different types of yeast and flavors?

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I only said it was home made

March 14 2011, 7:53 PM 

I never said it was made by MTF hands.

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ED-209
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LOL

March 14 2011, 8:08 PM 

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re: snack

March 14 2011, 1:01 AM 

to satisfy midnight cravings, microwave popcorn, string cheese, or some cookies for me!

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I sometimes switch between things

March 14 2011, 6:54 PM 

Hi DRMW,
I enjoy microwave popcorn during the day or while watching a movie. Chocolate chip cookies are great with milk before heading to sleep.
Do you have any favorite brands of microwave popcorn? I like the extra butter ones.

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THAT looks good...

March 20 2011, 11:35 AM 

but in order to keep my svelte figure...our house has no oreos...LOL...

(actually, we don't want the daughter to start snacking on them...)

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Yeah....we believe you

March 25 2011, 8:45 AM 

Thousands wouldn't !

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It must be a cultural thing. I worked in multinational companies and the Australian, Swedish, British, French, Japanese and Singaporean workers could never understand the strange fascination that Americans had for a cookie that crumbled into a mouthful of dry bitter (faux chocolate) powder stuck together with the sweetest white goo.  It was even worst in in a flurry impregnated into a McIce cream happy.gif

It is fascinating that Oreos were originally developed in 1912 by Nabisco to attract British customers because they considered Nabisco products at the time to be too 'boring'. Oreos never really made it onto the whole British market until 2008 when Kraft did a full launch.......Gawd help the Brits!  happy.gif

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With a mug like that, anything inside MUST be great!

April 6 2011, 7:11 AM 

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"A Purist does not believe in gilt by association. Respect, AND disdain, have to be earned..."

 
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:)

April 7 2011, 5:20 PM 


 
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