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    Quote Originally Posted by -MatchaLatte- View Post
    Well, I'm not starting on them yet, as I have other 'priorities'.. Can't say the same for the others though..

    And shiny, its just a small box..

    Its a weird one here at times, anything that's in the 'Kinder' family usually garners a high demand, but nobody seems interested in the poor old Ferrero..
    My lot will eat anything when it comes to chocolate;the only thing my son won't touch is anything with too many nuts or raisins in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kas74 View Post
    My lot will eat anything when it comes to chocolate;the only thing my son won't touch is anything with too many nuts or raisins in it.
    Oh, I'm a fan of Ritter Sport's Rum Trauben Nuss (sp) , and the Toblerone one . I got the box of Ferrero Gallery post-Christmas, solely for the sake of Manderly, not that into the rest myself...
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    Pretty much anything chocolate goes quickly here too.
    Dark chocolate , especially the 70% one tends to last a bit longer.
    Hmm, could just eat some dark chocolate now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiny65 View Post
    Pretty much anything chocolate goes quickly here too.
    Dark chocolate , especially the 70% one tends to last a bit longer.
    Hmm, could just eat some dark chocolate now...
    When I'm after the dark stuff, I go for the 99 %
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    Quote Originally Posted by -MatchaLatte- View Post
    When I'm after the dark stuff, I go for the 99 %
    The Hard Stuff.
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    Salad for today.

    Iceberg, cherry tomato, steamed corn, grilled cajun chicken, soft boiled egg, lightly drizzled with olive oil and topped with cheesy garlic bread croutons
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    Quote Originally Posted by -MatchaLatte- View Post
    Salad for today.

    Iceberg, cherry tomato, steamed corn, grilled cajun chicken, soft boiled egg, lightly drizzled with olive oil and topped with cheesy garlic bread croutons
    I've made some vegetable soup but I'm waiting until Mr kas gets in before I eat.

    I hope he's here soon,I'm staaaarving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kas74 View Post
    I've made some vegetable soup but I'm waiting until Mr kas gets in before I eat.

    I hope he's here soon,I'm staaaarving.
    Just downed a large bowl of vegetable 'medley' myself. Its basically whatever veggies that 'needs to go' from the fridge/freezer, cook it, throw on a sauce, and voila, its done
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    Quote Originally Posted by -MatchaLatte- View Post
    Just downed a large bowl of vegetable 'medley' myself. Its basically whatever veggies that 'needs to go' from the fridge/freezer, cook it, throw on a sauce, and voila, its done
    Still no sign of Mr kas,I'm weak from hunger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kas74 View Post
    Still no sign of Mr kas,I'm weak from hunger.
    Could you not just dip a tiny bit of bread in the soup to keep you going?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiny65 View Post
    Could you not just dip a tiny bit of bread in the soup to keep you going?
    I might do that,I'm also having trouble staying awake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kas74 View Post
    Still no sign of Mr kas,I'm weak from hunger.
    Could you not have abit of that soup now, then have more with Mr kas later?
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    Quote Originally Posted by -MatchaLatte- View Post
    Could you not have abit of that soup now, then have more with Mr kas later?
    You've made up my mind,I'm going to eat now before I faint.
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