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    I could really go for a big bowl of meat with taco seasoning. mmmmm
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    OK um, maybe I wasn't clear. I was worried about eating it, not about what they made.

    The rules for this second party are somewhat lax, but by spanish, I meant any food from the spanish speaking world. Empanadas are big in central and south america, chocolate, tortilla chips salsa etc are also acceptable donations if they want to eat. It isn't mandatory, I give bonus points for actually cooking something. In October, they had a formal food project in which they had to make an actual spanish dish and bring in the recipe.

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    ooo, yum, that is the one I would have had trouble resisting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pebbles67 View Post
    OK um, maybe I wasn't clear. I was worried about eating it, not about what they made.

    The rules for this second party are somewhat lax, but by spanish, I meant any food from the spanish speaking world.
    I know, I was just being a jerk

    I'll eat a Sonoran hotdog later in solidarity

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    I was sooooo good. I didn't eat any party food, just the lunch I brought from home. Now I have to guard against the "backlash binge" because my brain thinks I deprived myself.

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    eee, the things our brains come up with! Congrats on the success.
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    eee, the things our brains come up with! Congrats on the success.
    Agreed. You've totally got this P. Go on a belly dancing binge instead? Shake your hips and tell the brain to shove it

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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    Agreed. You've totally got this P. Go on a belly dancing binge instead? Shake your hips and tell the brain to shove it
    ooo, I like that idea!
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    Canio's got a point, as per usual. I forget where I saw it and I'm too lazy to look it up, but a study showed that a binge eater's brain lights up in a similar manner to satisfying a binge craving when doing something considered to be fun, difficult, and rewarding, like learning a new dance step or completing a crossword.
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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    Agreed. You've totally got this P. Go on a belly dancing binge instead? Shake your hips and tell the brain to shove it
    Love it. No time for dancing tonight, but I will go listen to some good music as I do my pushup, squat and situp apps. Then I have play practice for several hours. I should get home just in time to have some tea and go to bed.

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