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    Somebody please explain what Creamed Chipped Beef is. Just going by the name it doesn't sound very good. I want to know if I am missing something really good and need to see if I can buy it here.
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    For me its popcorn, chips and basically anything I can get my hands on. I have a really high metabolism so I can eat like crazy and not gain a pound. Believe me, I have tried.

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    Sometimes ice cream, but usually canned soup.
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    Fudgecicles for me! I also like white chocolate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clipse
    .....so I can eat like crazy and not gain a pound....
    I don't like you anymore Clipse. :phhht

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    Mine's pancakes with lots of butter and syrup or angel food cake.

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    I love French pastries. There was a p‚tisserie on my walk home from school, and after a bad (or good ) day, I'd have to have my petits fours. So beautiful! They'd always cheer me up.

    I also get massive cravings for Japanese food, fairy bread with Nutella, chocolates, fresh breads, pasta, cheese, crÍpes, homemade soups, avocados, bagels with cream cheese and lox, waffles, fruits, pizza, and Starbucks. I truly my carbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melitta
    Somebody please explain what Creamed Chipped Beef is. Just going by the name it doesn't sound very good. I want to know if I am missing something really good and need to see if I can buy it here.

    Here ya go, Melitta
    From Stouffer's Creamed Chipped Beef



    yummm... I like it the way they show it there, on toast. I also like it on baked potatoes or soft-fried southern style hash browns
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    We serve it at my restaurant. You get 2 eggs, home fries, and 2 biscuits covered with 8 oz. of creamed chipped beef for $4.50. We do the same thing only using sausage gravy for only $3.99 and we call it the Barnyard Buster. It's our signature breakfast. On a typical Saturday or Sunday between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. we'll make about 35 gallons of sausage gravy. Sell the crap out of 'em at 2:30 in the morning when the bars close too.
    Last edited by Unklescott; 10-12-2004 at 01:08 AM.

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    *drool*

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