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Habenero Doritos, gotta be the best. Rare, but amazing. I will give a definite shoutout to Nacho cheese and spicy sweet chili and the sour cream and enchilada ones, but habanero is my favorite.


I've never seen those. What color is the bag?


Today the wife and I stopped at a bakery and I got a chocolate covered, cream filled chocolate cupcake. I don't think I need to elaborate on how good that was.


As far as straight up candy, of late I have been liking the Midnight Milky Way(love dark chocolate).


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I had a huge box of Gobstoppers last week. Yum. Smile
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Has anyone ever eaten a Chocolate Letter? They're from Holland, and because my Dad is Dutch, we get one every year for Christmas in the shape of our first initial. I ate the whole thing yesterday.
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kurtdc wrote:
I've never seen those. What color is the bag?


They're in a yellow bag but I think they're only in the small size, like the lunchbox one. Another one in that size that Doritos tried but didn't mass produce for long was the shakers. They gave you nacho cheese chips with a packet of cilantro-lime seasoning (it was spicy too somehow) but yeah you shake the seasonin in the bag and then eat up. Its great.
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Caedus_16 wrote:
kurtdc wrote:
I've never seen those. What color is the bag?


They're in a yellow bag but I think they're only in the small size, like the lunchbox one. Another one in that size that Doritos tried but didn't mass produce for long was the shakers. They gave you nacho cheese chips with a packet of cilantro-lime seasoning (it was spicy too somehow) but yeah you shake the seasonin in the bag and then eat up. Its great.



Way back when I was a kid(long time ago), I remember sour cream and onion doritos in the light green bag, and Taco flavored doritos in a light/bright orange bag. I guess they didn't last too long though. They were really good.

Why is my fat but such a dorito conniseur(sp?)?


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I didn't care for the Taco or Jalapeno flavor doritos. Out of the new ones, I like the Sweet Spicy Chili the best.
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Its been a while but my favorite pretzel snack are the Snyder's of Hanover sourdough pretzel pieces. My favorite is the Cheddar Cheese flavor, though I also like the Hot Buffalo Wing flavor (partially because it is too spicy for the rest of the family so I get the entire bag)
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Today the wife and I stopped at a bakery and I got a chocolate covered, cream filled chocolate cupcake. I don't think I need to elaborate on how good that was


ooooh yummy ! ^____^
sometimes you just need chocolate ^___~ Nice piece of choclate cake... *is hungry now*

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I had a huge box of Gobstoppers last week. Yum.


When I was little I used to get the big ones the size of your fist, lol. Lasts for hours. To think about it, I have not had one for years....


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Since we've moved on to sweets, might as well divulge our favorite candy bars. Personally I like Snickers and Hershey's with almonds bars, but those are pretty run of the mill. However, I did buy a large sized chocolate bar from Save-a-lot one time, simple chocolate bar with almonds, but the chocolate was very good. I'm not sure what type it was, but it was a really good tasting chocolate that stood out from others. I tried to find it again, but they don't sell that type at Save-a-lot anymore.
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Well, I like dark chocolate, so Dark Chocolate Peanut M&M's, Dark Chocolate bar with almonds, and the Midnight Milky way bar are my favorite chocolates.

Frozen yodels with milk is really good too.

Not really a snack per se, but PB&J using chunky strawberry preserves and chunky peanut butter on potatoe bread is sooooo good.


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Nothing beats a good old fashioned Hershey bar.
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Oh Henry is my favourite Chocolate bar.
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Reepicheep wrote:
Oh Henry is my favourite Chocolate bar.


What's that?
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Are they only in Canada? It seems weird having life without them. Confused
They have peanuts, caramel and fudge coated in chocolate.
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Ah. I'm sure they have them here, they're just not common.
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