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Old 28-06-2010, 09:12   #46
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Originally Posted by Ex-Calif View Post
BTW - In America we can make just about anything a healthy junk food snack by puring warm, melted, yellow sauce on it. (I won't insult anyone by calling that stuff cheese...)
Yes indeedy! Or by deep-frying it - candy bars, ice cream, Coke, coffee . . . apparently despite our economic woes, the dunking-battered-things-in-hot-oil industry is plugging along quite well.
I don't think that would work out too well aboard though.

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We don't really eat much in the way of junk food on land, so I can't see that changing too much aboard.. Smoked mussels on crackers with hotsauce maybe? Nacho chips with salsa and/or cheese? (wine is not junk food! okay....neither is beer...teehee) Sheep milk feta with watermelon when fruit is available? mmmmm....OMNOMNOM...hungry now...must go find some nosh!

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