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Old 02-24-2014, 08:26 PM   #813
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While we're arguing food items - the BEST toasted marshmallows are, in order:


3) Toasted Coconut marshmallows (tied, i would assume, with toasting an entire Hostess "Snowball" cupcake which I've never done but may try just to prove my point).
Where do you get Snowballs...I grew up with them and have not seen them in many years..I do miss them, though I reason that "they are probably not as good" as I remember..that keeps me sane. But then again it would be nice to have one.
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Old 02-24-2014, 08:34 PM   #814
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Here in Iowa we have snowballs falling right from the sky as I type. In fact, we've been getting a regular supply for months with a good likelihood of months more to come. All you have to do is move up here and you'll get more than you ever imagined.

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Old 02-24-2014, 08:36 PM   #815
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Here in Iowa we have snowballs falling right from the sky as I type. In fact, we've been getting a regular supply for months with a good likelihood of months more to come. All you have to do is move up here and you'll get more than you ever imagined.
Yeah, but how are they toasted?
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Old 02-24-2014, 08:38 PM   #816
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Where do you get Snowballs...I grew up with them and have not seen them in many years..I do miss them, though I reason that "they are probably not as good" as I remember..that keeps me sane. But then again it would be nice to have one.
I haven't seen them for a while either. Hostess went out of business a while ago (and folks started hoarding Twinkies) but some company bought the name and started remaking them. Haven't seen a return of the snowball in CT but I'll keep an eye out!

And I'm pretty sure your instinct about reality vs. your memory is likely spot on!
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Yeah, but how are they toasted?
Over the fire made up of the furniture we're burning to keep warm, as the deep freeze has frozen our propane tank.

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Old 02-24-2014, 09:18 PM   #820
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Yeah, but how are they toasted?
I'll bet they are great when you toast them and then add about 99% good single malt scotch.

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Old 02-25-2014, 06:03 AM   #821
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I'll bet they are great when you toast them and then add about 99% good single malt scotch.

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I fully agree - some kind soul gave me a bottle of 18 year old Macallans for Christmas, but I didn't pour any onto the snowballs!

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Left handed folks see where they're going.

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Joe-Joes from Trader Joe's are far better than Oreos. I'll bet Trader Joe is left handed because you get really good stuff at good prices and we lefties are not only smarter than everyone else and very humble, but we know where to buy cookies.

GCinSC2, welcome to the illuminati of lefties. I guess you've been a member for a long time, but we used to have to hide and pretend to be right handed, but we've finally come out.

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Trader Joe's Maple Filled cookies are more better
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Trader Joe's Maple Filled cookies are more better
After you chew down to the maple, you can use it for a toothpick.

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Trader Joe's Maple Filled cookies are more better
What's the deal with Trader Joes? They opened one about 15 miles away, but I haven't checked it out.

They opened a Sprouts Farmers Market about a mile from us a year or so ago. I eat a healthy diet and look for good non or minimally processed foods, but was not at all impressed with Sprouts.

Just a couple of months ago a Lucky's Market open about two miles away and they have a lot of things I like. There is also a Natural Grocers nearby where I get a lot of things. However most of our groceries still come from King Soopers (Krogers). I just read labels carefully.

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