What's the last thing you ate?

12 years 2 weeks ago #19127 by Alex
Japanese BBQ

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12 years 2 weeks ago #19130 by Todd Phillips
Cheese and crackers


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12 years 2 weeks ago #19137 by Stealthy Ninja
Yumcha

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12 years 2 weeks ago #19230 by Thirsty Beaver
Oatmeal and banana


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12 years 2 weeks ago #19544 by Scotty
Chicken fried rice.

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12 years 2 weeks ago #19622 by Stealthy Ninja
Muffins (English style)

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12 years 2 weeks ago #19670 by Mike Ayrouth
Taco Bell tonight :drool:

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12 years 2 weeks ago #19702 by Stealthy Ninja
Weird Dutch Licorice that's salty for some reason.

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12 years 2 weeks ago #19716 by Alex
I had some Thai chicken dish tonight

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12 years 2 weeks ago #19718 by Alex

Stealthy Ninja wrote: Muffins (English style)


Good stuff when you load them up toasted with butter :drool:

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12 years 2 weeks ago #19720 by Stealthy Ninja

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote: Muffins (English style)


Good stuff when you load them up toasted with butter :drool:


YEh but I didn't use butter. It was some olive oil based spread that I like the taste of.

This:

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12 years 2 weeks ago #19722 by Alex

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote: Muffins (English style)


Good stuff when you load them up toasted with butter :drool:


YEh but I didn't use butter. It was some olive oil based spread that I like the taste of.

This:


I might need to give that a taste some time. I believe I've seen that in the markets here, although I might be wrong. The packaging looks familiar. Getting kind of hungry thinking about food! Might need to get a snack!

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12 years 2 weeks ago #19738 by Stealthy Ninja

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote: Muffins (English style)


Good stuff when you load them up toasted with butter :drool:


YEh but I didn't use butter. It was some olive oil based spread that I like the taste of.

This:


I might need to give that a taste some time. I believe I've seen that in the markets here, although I might be wrong. The packaging looks familiar. Getting kind of hungry thinking about food! Might need to get a snack!


AFAIK it's an Aussie brand. That tick (check) on the front is from the Australia heart foundation. So it's sorta good for your heart.

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12 years 2 weeks ago #19743 by Alex

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote: Muffins (English style)


Good stuff when you load them up toasted with butter :drool:


YEh but I didn't use butter. It was some olive oil based spread that I like the taste of.

This:


I might need to give that a taste some time. I believe I've seen that in the markets here, although I might be wrong. The packaging looks familiar. Getting kind of hungry thinking about food! Might need to get a snack!


AFAIK it's an Aussie brand. That tick (check) on the front is from the Australia heart foundation. So it's sorta good for your heart.


2 birds one stone, taste good and good for you :judge:

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12 years 2 weeks ago #19812 by photobod
Muesli with soya milk doesnt get healthier than that :judge: :thumbsup:

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