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    I am so embarrassed to say and admittedly it's been a very long time since I ate one, but deep fried Kabana, the kind you get in a snack bar (Qld'ers will know what I'm talking about).

    Soooooo bad for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Uniquey View Post
    I am so embarrassed to say and admittedly it's been a very long time since I ate one, but deep fried Kabana, the kind you get in a snack bar (Qld'ers will know what I'm talking about).

    Soooooo bad for you!
    I think they are called battered savs everywhere else and I love them. So oily! So yum. I love devon and tomato sauce sandwiches and i love chewing on the pointy bit of a chicken wing.. so crunchy! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbasmum View Post
    I think they are called battered savs everywhere else and I love them. So oily! So yum. I love devon and tomato sauce sandwiches and i love chewing on the pointy bit of a chicken wing.. so crunchy! lol
    Ohh! I thought that may be what she was talking about.
    They're delicious!

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    I like hot dogs

    They must have grated cheese and loads of tomato sauce though.

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    Good old hot chips with chicken salt. They're my go to comfort food haha.

    Although I make my own and air fry them now so they're nit AS bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    Good old hot chips with chicken salt. They're my go to comfort food haha.

    Although I make my own and air fry them now so they're nit AS bad

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    Oh dear meeeee to

    It's not even 930am and now I want hot chips🙉

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    I'm another hot chip fan.
    I haven't eaten a donut in over 9 years but man they were good when I did eat them...and sooooo bad. I still have to resist the urge to buy one and it's been forever!
    I have an issue with biscuits too...nearly any kind...Tim Tam's, TV snacks, hundreds and thousands, Monte Carlo...I don't stop until I've eaten the whole packet so I just don't buy them (seriously no will power if they are in the cupboard).
    I'm a fan of cheesecake too...I treat myself to a slice about once a month or so.
    Also love iced chocolates....but the dairy overload makes me sick (blocked sinuses, sore throat, headache) so I can't have those anymore.

    I think that's about it.

    ETA - Actually I lie...I love hot BBQ chicken skin too. Man it's good. No one else in the family eats it so it's all mine and I devour the whole lot!
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    I love way too many things that are bad for me..

    -Nutella straight out of the jar with a spoon
    -cream cheese frosting
    -BBQ chicken skin
    -hot chips (with lots of sauce)
    -BBQ sausages on fresh white bread with onions and sauce
    -pretty much anything chocolate
    -Nenish tarts (love that mock cream and icing combination)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbasmum View Post
    I think they are called battered savs everywhere else and I love them. So oily! So yum. I love devon and tomato sauce sandwiches and i love chewing on the pointy bit of a chicken wing.. so crunchy! lol
    The ones I'm talking about aren't 'battered' though, they're a long Kabana which often is a little spicy and deep fried, so they look a deep burgundy colour once fried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Uniquey View Post
    The ones I'm talking about aren't 'battered' though, they're a long Kabana which often is a little spicy and deep fried, so they look a deep burgundy colour once fried.
    Ive seen them. My mum loves them. I love pluto pups.

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