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Discussion in 'Personal' started by bed, Jul 3, 2012.
....cold salad potatoes .... Hmmmmm guilty Homerish pleasure
grapes which are sweet but still crisp
slivers of wensleydale
A child's leftovers
Sausages at a barbecue. Just one more, then...
Magnum ice creams
Chocolate (not dark). However, if I can get through 48 hours, I can resist. I have not eaten chocolate for about two weeks following my zit issue. Yesterday Crunchie Bars entered the house and it was painful to not eat them,
Biscuits, once the packet is open.
On the vine cherry tomatoes.
Really good roasties - luckily mine aren't really good so I have no trouble at all resisting them!
Peanuts and cashews.
Sour cream and chive Pringles.
Get thee behind me, Satan!
Impossible to make toast for someone else and not have some ... the aroma!!
Phish Food ice cream
The end slice (whatver you choose to call it) from a freshly baked, warm loaf of bread.
The spoon (and mixing bowl) when making a cake (they <u>can't</u> be simply rinsed...the law says they have to be licked clean!)
Any amount of biscuits other than a whole pack (especially custard creams if there is a cup of tea for dunking)
Pasta quills. Something to do with the texture.
And it is impossible to keep a packet of wine gums even half full in my car.
I can inhale a packet of Jaffa cakes in seconds.
Or even better, straight out of the poke!
But I miss real newspaper.
With scrumps as well.
Bethannie the end bit of bread is called the nossy. (Knossy?) Don't know how it is spelled...
Ha, ha! Even though we don't call them 'scrumps' up here, I knew exactly what you meant, gorgy.
We call them 'scrunchers'. My friend from Weatherby calls them 'scraps'.
So bad, but yet sooooo good.
(can you tell I'm on a bloody diet?)
We call the end slice 'the heel end'.
Makes the best toast for placing poached eggs on.
Dammit, now I'm ruddy starving. :-(
We called it the heel as children - an Irish thing maybe? It makes "juicy" toast. I love it.
My husband calls it the **** bit and refuses to eat it!
The end of a baguette is the knobby - at least that's what my husband calls it. He won't eat this either. Lucky me. I go for both knobbies!