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    Default Your favourite not-so-well-known treat?

    Quote Originally Posted by MummaJez View Post
    Omg that's so funny jez! Lol!!

    DH and I are in hysterics!

    I don't know if mentioned but maccas fries dipped in their soft serve Ice cream haven't had in years now though.
    I mentioned that before! Dp thinks I am so weird for liking it. But seriously so good.

    The other day we bought soft serve cones and the lady asked if we would like to buy a small fries to go with it.

    I thought that was cool!

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    This might sound gross to some but i grew up eating this...

    Green mango dipped in mix of fish sauce, sugar and chilli

    Or even better green mango dipped in mix of shrimp paste and chilli

    Granny smith apple slices dipped in mix of salt and crushed fresh chilli

    Yes, i love chilli

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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeInShadesOfGrey View Post
    I mentioned that before! Dp thinks I am so weird for liking it. But seriously so good.

    The other day we bought soft serve cones and the lady asked if we would like to buy a small fries to go with it.

    I thought that was cool!
    Haha awesome! It's seriously delicious! DH also thinks I'm weird! But the saltiness and the sweetness together is amazeballs

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaJez View Post
    Haha awesome! It's seriously delicious! DH also thinks I'm weird! But the saltiness and the sweetness together is amazeballs
    I am going to show DP this tomorrow so he can see I'm not alone lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    This might sound gross to some but i grew up eating this...

    Green mango dipped in mix of fish sauce, sugar and chilli

    Or even better green mango dipped in mix of shrimp paste and chilli

    Granny smith apple slices dipped in mix of salt and crushed fresh chilli

    Yes, i love chilli
    A lady I work with loves mango covered in salt. She said it's better with green mango!

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    Green mangoes are sour and crunchy. Completely different to ripe mangoes and yes, very nice with salt (plus chilli )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenhorn View Post
    Cooked rice, fried egg with runny yolk & kechap manis.....


    Yummmm!!!
    Yummo! A fave of mine too.

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    Green mangoes are delicious. I want to go on holidays now.

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    Vanilla ice cream, covered with coffee and then milk. Om nom nom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    My dad taught me this when I was little and its so bad but oh so good. A slice of really fresh white bread covered in what ever jam you like - raspberry for me. Then you pour cream all over it and eat. Delicious!!!!!!!!
    My DH does this and I'm always telling him how disgusting it is!

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