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post #127 of 190
More Dim Sum - 点心

Turnip puff



Mini pork bun



Dumplings - 小笼包

post #128 of 190
That looks good!
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Roasted Garlic soup

Yum!
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PB&J: Smucker's natural PB, Bonne Maman strawberry preserves, Pepperidge Farm whole grain, bread is grilled, not toasted, so one side is chewy. Plus French vanilla coffee. Breakfast of champions! Or maybe not a1_smile.gif

post #131 of 190

Edible cookie dough. Nom nom nom nom...

 

http://www.edoughble.com/

 

There's also http://www.thecookiedoughcafe.com/

 

 

post #132 of 190

There was inedible cookie dough? Fear of foodborne illness never stopped me.

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There was inedible cookie dough? Fear of foodborne illness never stopped me.

 

Egg-xactly :whistle:

 

If you want to go all culinary on it. I am sure you could make cookie dough by tempering the eggs. Of course eggs are pasteurized, so the odds of catching any foodborne illness is very low. 

post #134 of 190
I'll take the homemade batter too, especially given the pricing. Just didn't know it was a thing.

How about this;



Saw it in the supermarket recently. Tempted.
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I'll take the homemade batter too, especially given the pricing. Just didn't know it was a thing.

How about this;



Saw it in the supermarket recently. Tempted.

maybe if I was flying into space!  Reminds me of Tang!

post #136 of 190
Zombie Dogz
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So, what say you?

 

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So, what say you?

 

 

 

Real stuff all the way. If possible, homemade is the best. Though I did grow up with Hellmann's, so that is always a classic for me. 

 

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 Miracle Whip does not meet the minimum requirement of 65% vegetable oil to be labeled as mayonnaise as dictated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration

 

Really, didn't know that Mayo needed to have at least 65% vegetable oil. I am sure there are plenty of other oils out there that could work :whistle:

post #139 of 190
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So, what say you?



It depends on the sammy.
post #140 of 190
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So, what say you?



Don't like mayo, so neither.
post #141 of 190
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So, what say you?

 

Neither... at my age.

 

I was not a big fan of mayo, maybe a sliver when I did go for it ... Hellman's

post #142 of 190
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So, what say you?



Hellmann's (not Kraft either) but homemade is best of all....
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post #144 of 190

We didn't have a lot to eat many times when I was growing up but we usually had bread, mayonnaise, and milk.

 

Since I ate a million mayonnaise sandwiches one would think I wouldn't like them anymore but I still sometimes sneak a mayonnaise sandwich for desert or a snack. ;-)

 

Real mayonnaise for me and Hellmann's is my favorite but I'm not picky enough to not eat other brands.

 

P.S. My wife likes Miracle Whip better and always keeps a jar of that. I'll eat it but it's not really my thing if I have a choice.

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