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    Quote Originally Posted by Moosie View Post
    Pizza. I luuuurve me a pizza.
    Me too but it has to be thin crust, fussy!

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    Pizza!!!

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    Steamed pork buns - think I could eat a truck load!

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    Ooooooooh, I have too many!!!

    But, right now with the cold weather, a great naughty food is a creamy Indian Curry..... Nom nom nom

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    Butter chicken
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    Quote Originally Posted by lilchil View Post
    Steamed pork buns - think I could eat a truck load!
    I bought some the other day from woolies, and for 2, it was around 380 cal, which I thought wa good seeing as they were very filling, for me anyway, so I only had 1.

    But my worst is maccas, or a creamy cheesy cabonara!! Love it.

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    Pizza (not homemade!).

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    Mmmm chips and gravy
    & cheese sausages

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    any kind of takeaway. we only have it once every few months as there is none where we live.

    i love toast with butter, avocado and lashings of green chilli sauce and rock salt.
    probably my favourite snack/meal

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    Something quick and easy at home would be nachos or jaffles with whatever filling plus cheese.
    Something not so quick at home is lasange or spag bol. Dds favourite meals so I always feel like mum of the year when I make it lol. Conflicted feelings as my lasange is not healthy what so ever.

    When out it would be sushi train. I can do 5 plates. Probably not the best. Or any asian and indian take away. And maccas I have a love/hate relationship with the pocket change menu.


 

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