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Old 11-05-2009, 12:29 PM   #61
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Thanks for all the great posts and Ha Pickled Pigs feet will never be considered a snack . I am not sure what food category that is in ?
My Dad absolutely lover them...and I like 'em too! A friend of mine brought back a case of jars of pickled pigs lips a few years ago from his trip to Arkansas (go figure)....that's where I had to draw the line though.....I just couldn't fathom lockin' lips with a pig!!
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Old 11-05-2009, 02:11 PM   #62
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My MIL one day was reminiscing about her love for the pickled pig feet. So being the good SIL I am. For her birthday I wrapped up a jar of them for her.

LOL she got a good chuckle and told me. "They are not quite like I remembered"



What usually stops me from snacking. Is adding up how long I would need to exercise to burn off those calories.
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Old 11-05-2009, 02:25 PM   #63
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Pretty much anything with excess amounts of sugar, salt, fat, or alcohol in it.

A nurse once told me those are the four main food groups.
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I like to stuff them with a mixture of raw garlic, feta cheese, finely chopped jalapeņos and a little olive oil.
I'm assuming you're enjoying this combo AFTER you've been cruising for female companionship?
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I'm assuming you're enjoying this combo AFTER you've been cruising for female companionship?
You both eat it. Whats the problem

Little gas never hurt anyone..
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