Food things that should totally be sold by themselves

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Postby Bondolon » Thu Jun 14, 2007 6:37 pm UTC

Tractor wrote:
|333173|3|_||3 wrote:Jelly beans with just the licorice ones.

They actually do that. I had a bag at one point, full of awesome. Hard to find though :(


A supermarket near me has a jelly-belly dispenser display. To clarify, you can get as much of each flavor if you want, whether it be all one flavor or none of one flavor.

In other news, I don't really like jelly beans any more.

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Postby Delbin » Thu Jun 14, 2007 6:47 pm UTC

Looks like you already have lucky charms. The have such a nice texture.

For something else I'd have to say ice cream drumstick tip. The part that's just solid chocolate wrapped in waffle.

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Postby Bondolon » Thu Jun 14, 2007 6:48 pm UTC

Delbin wrote:For something else I'd have to say ice cream drumstick tip. The part that's just solid chocolate wrapped in waffle.


Agreed. Though, I'd be happy with the whole cone, too.

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Postby MFHodge » Thu Jun 14, 2007 6:54 pm UTC

Delbin wrote:For something else I'd have to say ice cream drumstick tip. The part that's just solid chocolate wrapped in waffle.

Good call. I'd also add the last bite of a cake cone.
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It has a little cone matrix in the bottom for strength, so it's extra crunchy. If they closed it off with some cone on top, and sold it at a grocery store, I would be some into that. Kind of like a bonbon, but with cone instead of chocolate. Or both.
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Postby Alcari » Thu Jun 14, 2007 8:25 pm UTC

those little what balls you sometimes find on the top of These (dunno what you call it in english, over here, everyone knows them by the brandname Cornetto)


Also, the little sugary crispy thing you get on that sides of pies. Ok, so you can buy those, but they're never as good as when you get them of a pie
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Postby motor_ola » Tue Jun 19, 2007 9:00 pm UTC

When you cook a prefab fish-grating in the oven, the tops of the mashed potato become roasted.
No matter how cheap and bland the rest is, the tops always end up delicious.
And while the rest of the gratin is about 150 C, the tops are already cool enough to pick off with your fingers and eat.
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Postby idont_know12 » Thu Nov 15, 2007 11:57 pm UTC

Jauss wrote:Feta cheese crumbles.

...That isn't really hard to find.... Unless you're thinking of something that isn't just crumbled feta cheese....
Maybe it's region-dependent too.

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Re: Food things that should totally be sold by themselves

Postby yelly » Tue Nov 20, 2007 11:51 pm UTC

The pizza place i get my food from has this wonderful pizza spice mixture that would probably go well with anything, they should sell it by the jar. (note to self, inquire about buying a jar of pizza spice mixture)
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Re: Food things that should totally be sold by themselves

Postby xkcd_n00bz » Wed Nov 21, 2007 2:48 am UTC

The powder in Mac & Cheese. Every had it on popcorn? Pure Win.

Smarties. I only ever find them in the assorted candy bags.

Coffee cans. I don't drink much coffee, and when I do it's the fancy stuff in vacuum packed bags. But I have innumerable uses for empty coffee cans.
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Re: Food things that should totally be sold by themselves

Postby Mighty Jalapeno » Wed Nov 21, 2007 6:31 am UTC

Go to your store. Get "grated cheese product" from the bulk section. Add a few pinches of salt to it, and use 2x as much as you would if it were the real Mac & Cheese stuff. Ta daa, you now have the stuff for popcorn. It's mad cheap, too.

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Postby d3-ad » Thu Nov 22, 2007 1:51 am UTC

Bojangles seasoning, that goes on their fries. That stuff is amazing.

I've always been fond of things that were packaged separately, but not intended for sole consumption. Like Water Chestnuts, sprinkles, and bacon bits.

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Re: Food things that should totally be sold by themselves

Postby Mmmm, Pi » Sun Nov 25, 2007 6:14 pm UTC

Orange smarties. They always taste like orange chocolate to me, although it's probably just because I think it should taste of orange because of the colour.
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Re: Food things that should totally be sold by themselves

Postby stockpot » Mon Nov 26, 2007 3:59 am UTC

The sugar pea pods. That is, no peas, just pods.
The heels of loaves. (Good, crunchy-crusted bread only)

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Re: Food things that should totally be sold by themselves

Postby paperbird » Mon Nov 26, 2007 10:58 am UTC

muffin crusts and frothy milk


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