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Snacking while eGulleting... (Part 3)

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Dr. Praeger's Buffalo chicken bites ( I could only manage 3) with some blue cheese dip and a mix of Chiloula chile lime and green Tabasco.

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Nothing is better than frying in lard.

Nothing.  Do not quote me on this.

 

Linda Ellerbee

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On 6/19/2019 at 7:32 AM, chromedome said:

Triscuits are a weakness of mine. I like the roasted garlic, but favor the black pepper variety even more. Usually have the original on hand, too.

 

Bought a box of the cinnamon variety out of morbid curiosity, and the box (minus those first two crackers) remains in my cupboard. I theorized that they might work with a suitable cheese melted onto them and a thin slice of pear (or something like that) but haven't yet bothered to make the experiment.

 

 

I met an old  guy who said he invented Triscuits. He was an engineer at the Nabisco bakery up in Philly and was told to make a cracker out of shredded wheat cereal.

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  • Whole wheat short stack Ritz crackers with President spreadable bacon and cheddar Pub cheese....and a small container of zesty sweet and sour pickle chips.
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Linda Ellerbee

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That Pub Cheese is good stuff!  I'm partial to the cheddar-horseradish.

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last night : 5 Ritz crackers with a reappearance of that Pub cheese but a dozen green grapes rather than pickles.

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Linda Ellerbee

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On 7/8/2019 at 7:49 AM, gfweb said:

 

I met an old  guy who said he invented Triscuits. He was an engineer at the Nabisco bakery up in Philly and was told to make a cracker out of shredded wheat cereal.

I'll buy that. My guess is equal parts of shredded wheat, vegetable oil and salt. I once nearly choked to death on a triscuit. It took me thirty or forty years to be brave enough to try one again. 

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Cheap oyster crackers dipped in soft butter sprinkled with Madagascar pepper.  One tiny bite at a time.

 

 

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Ben & Jerry's Americone Dream

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"Only dull people are brilliant at breakfast" - Oscar Wilde

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Imperial Nuts Honey Mustard Crunch Bar Mix - honey mustard mini bagel chips, honey mustard sourdough pretzel pieces, honey roasted peanuts and honey mustard sesame chips (which I was a greedy gus about and snarfed them up first).

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Nothing is better than frying in lard.

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Linda Ellerbee

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Popcorn with a topping of browned butter mixed together with Dijon mustard and a bit of dried thyme. 

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Well, that's an interesting concept. What proportion of mustard to butter?

 


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 Since I have even less ambition than a sloth I’m not sure if this is a snack or a meal. Cream cheese and thick-cut marmalade on Breton crackers.  

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Thanks. Had to save that one. Will try it.

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Last night of our trip to San Sebastián.  Michelin fatigue is real!  Only had energy for a bag of chips (hamon flavored, naturally) and Rioja from hotel coffee mug.  

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3 hours ago, chefmd said:

Michelin fatigue is real!

 

No kidding!  Years ago, I went on a food and wine trip to Italy.  Every day featured multi-course lunches with wine pairings and even more elaborate dinners at amazing restaurants.  In between, there were visits to wineries, olive oil mills, balsamic vinegar makers, cheese makers, etc, etc, etc.  Truly wonderful but also overwhelming.

On one of the last days, we called ahead to the lunch restaurant and asked if we could just have a big salad instead of all the courses.  They readily agreed and when we arrived, they proudly presented us with a gorgeous salad.  We were delighted and enjoyed it thoroughly.  Then they trotted out the rest of the courses...and the wines....🙃


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Salted cashews from a small vat 'o' cashews I bought at Costco.

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