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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    Yum! I love Mersey Valley cheeses, but didn't know there's a spreadable version! Did you buy it Coles/Woolies, ~Marigold~?
    Found this at Coles, I'm assuming it's available at Woolies, too. It's delish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    Found this at Coles, I'm assuming it's available at Woolies, too. It's delish.
    It sure is!

    It's been around for quite a while actually (I first tried it years ago). It's easier to eat than the crumbly Mersey Valley block cheese. Man, I could terminate a tub of this goodness right now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    It sure is!

    It's been around for quite a while actually (I first tried it years ago). It's easier to eat than the crumbly Mersey Valley block cheese. Man, I could terminate a tub of this goodness right now!
    Oh I've only just discovered it.

    And I agree, it's dangerous and easily inhaled in a single sitting 😳
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Why did I even open up this thread.....I feel like going to the pantry and scoffing down my Lindt chocolate... Very tempting..... Haha

    Lindt balls are my weakness...... Peanut Butter Lindt Balls are AWESOME!!!
    ������ And I'm not even a very big fan of peanut butter!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluePixie View Post


    Lindt balls are my weakness...... Peanut Butter Lindt Balls are AWESOME!!!
    ������ And I'm not even a very big fan of peanut butter!!!
    I didn't know these even existed?!

    I love PB and chocolate. Definitely trying these in the near future

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    You will need to be quick @Mod-Degrassi they are limited edition

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    Peanut Butter wafer bars from Aldi. Ermahgerd.

    Ditto for the caramel wafer bars from Aldi, but they didn't have any there today. Aldi does junk food well I must say

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    OMG I just tried the Cadbury Crunchy Crackers. Mmmm, heaven

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    Dr Oekter ristorante frozen pizza. Yep. Frozen pizza! I NEVER eat frozen pizza, the few times I've tried it I've hated it, no matter the brand; bland, powdery base, disgusting toppings and foul sauce. It's just not something that you can buy anywhere but a restaurant or make yourself. So I thought. Had it tonight (meat lovers) at the insistence of a friend who keeps raving about it. Could honestly say it was divine. I forgot I was eating a pizza from the freezer, it was sooooooo good, just like "real" pizza!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    Dr Oekter ristorante frozen pizza. Yep. Frozen pizza! I NEVER eat frozen pizza, the few times I've tried it I've hated it, no matter the brand; bland, powdery base, disgusting toppings and foul sauce. It's just not something that you can buy anywhere but a restaurant or make yourself. So I thought. Had it tonight (meat lovers) at the insistence of a friend who keeps raving about it. Could honestly say it was divine. I forgot I was eating a pizza from the freezer, it was sooooooo good, just like "real" pizza!
    Yes! The aldi wood fired pizzas are good too.

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