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    RealityTV: what's a Nanaimo bar???? Must know.... sick obsessive food curiosity....
    Could does not mean should

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    This is a GREAT question!!! In my fridge would be:

    Kraft extra sharp cheddar cheese
    Pizza
    caramel cake
    Diet Coke and Diet Sprite
    spaghetti
    taco fixins
    Vanilla ice cream w/m&m's stirred in
    Milk
    eggs - like em every which way possible

    Man, this does make you hungry!
    I enjoy the escapism of reality television. Beats the heck out of worrying about your REAL life!!

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    Brie Cheese
    Cheddah Cheese
    Aged Tasty Cheese
    Colby Cheese
    Dark Chocolate
    Milk Chocolate
    Chocloate Sultanas
    Mint Chocolate

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    Quote Originally Posted by VeronicaBelle27
    RealityTV: what's a Nanaimo bar???? Must know.... sick obsessive food curiosity....
    Me, too!! What is it?

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    My fridge would have
    chocolate chip oatmeal cookies (homemade)
    chocolate milk
    cheeses (farmer's, american, muenster, mozz, romano)
    supreme pizza
    potato chips
    candy
    (I currently have veggies taking up most of the room and I do like them, but I like chocolate and cheese better!)

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    A Nanaimo bar is a Canadian dessert of some sort. If you google it, you'll get all kinds of recipes.

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    Thanks, erin dye! For the other nut cases out there I'm attaching a recipe. It's named after a town on Vancouver Island and suddenly appeared in various community cookbooks starting in the 50's or so. However it may originally have been called Chocalate Slice or NY Slice. As far as I can tell this is what the town is mostly famous for, although it also has a bathtub race and used to have coal mining. Apparently a nice harbor and pretty.

    There's a picture on one of the sites where it looks something like an ice cream sandwich, but as you can see from the recipe would probably taste quite differently. These would definitely belong on the temptation table, not on the training table!

    Base
    2 squares (oz.) semi-sweet chocolate
    2 cups graham cracker crumbs
    1 cup cocnut
    1/2 cup softened butter
    1/2 cupt chopped walnuts
    2 tablespoons sugar
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    1 egg
    Filling
    1/4 cup butter, softened
    3 tablespoons milk
    2 tablespoons instant vanilla pudding
    2 cups confectioners (powdered) sugar
    Glaze
    4 squares (oz.) semi-sweet chocolate
    1 tablespoon butter
    Procedure:
    Base
    Combine ingredients. Press into 9 inch square cake pan. Chill.

    Filling
    Combine butter, milk, and custard powder. Blend in confectioner's sugar. Spread over base. Chill at least 15 minutes.
    Glaze
    Partially melt chocolate and butter. Remove from heat and sitr until melted. Spread over custard layer. Chill.
    Store in refrigerator, covered, up to 1 month. Makes 24 bars.

    Serve chilled. They're rich, so small portions may be appropriate.

    Variation: Add peppermint extract and green food coloring to the middle layer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PWS
    Thanks, erin dye! For the other nut cases out there I'm attaching a recipe. It's named after a town on Vancouver Island and suddenly appeared in various community cookbooks starting in the 50's or so. However it may originally have been called Chocalate Slice or NY Slice. As far as I can tell this is what the town is mostly famous for, although it also has a bathtub race and used to have coal mining. Apparently a nice harbor and pretty.

    There's a picture on one of the sites where it looks something like an ice cream sandwich, but as you can see from the recipe would probably taste quite differently. These would definitely belong on the temptation table, not on the training table!

    Base
    2 squares (oz.) semi-sweet chocolate
    2 cups graham cracker crumbs
    1 cup cocnut
    1/2 cup softened butter
    1/2 cupt chopped walnuts
    2 tablespoons sugar
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    1 egg
    Filling
    1/4 cup butter, softened
    3 tablespoons milk
    2 tablespoons instant vanilla pudding
    2 cups confectioners (powdered) sugar
    Glaze
    4 squares (oz.) semi-sweet chocolate
    1 tablespoon butter
    Procedure:
    Base
    Combine ingredients. Press into 9 inch square cake pan. Chill.

    Filling
    Combine butter, milk, and custard powder. Blend in confectioner's sugar. Spread over base. Chill at least 15 minutes.
    Glaze
    Partially melt chocolate and butter. Remove from heat and sitr until melted. Spread over custard layer. Chill.
    Store in refrigerator, covered, up to 1 month. Makes 24 bars.

    Serve chilled. They're rich, so small portions may be appropriate.

    Variation: Add peppermint extract and green food coloring to the middle layer.

    OH MY DEAR GOD THAT SOUNDS HEAVENLY!!!!! Must Make for Christmas this year!!!!!!

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    Definitely chocolate chip or mint chip ice cream
    cheese (mac & cheese and anything else with cheese)
    cheese twists!!!
    mcGriddle sandwiches and croissandwiches
    chocalate (especially those "cakes" that are sliced like thick butter)
    bread
    peanut butter

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    Quote Originally Posted by VeronicaBelle27
    RealityTV: what's a Nanaimo bar???? Must know.... sick obsessive food curiosity....

    I guess the Nanaimo Bar has already been explained......but YES it is to die for.....I'm obsessed with it if you can get it TRY IT!! HEHEE!

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