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    Super Choc Fudge Cookie Cream Deluxe
    Randy Ice Punch Maple Pancake SuperFix
    Whipped Cream Vanilla Double Choc Peanut Caramel Slice and
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    Enjoy

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    Most of my poultry is soy fed and most of my meat is grain fed. I enjoy fruit often, although I keep it seasonal. I have lots of dairy even though I don't tolerate it very well. Every so often I get a spiced chai from a local shop that is quite sweetened, and of course occasional coconut flour baked goods. I enjoy it all, but not as much as I love and crave real food, now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cori93437 View Post
    That's the kinda cheesecake I'm talking about!
    I've had it with crawfish and andouille, a good creamy spicy thing.

    I wonder if my in-laws would be mad if I showed up with one of those as a "cheese cake" on T'day.
    They'd probably bow at your feet and declare you a Saint.

    Our crawfish season starts around late Feb, early March, and I'll be chowing down like I always do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoanieL View Post
    They'd probably bow at your feet and declare you a Saint.

    Our crawfish season starts around late Feb, early March, and I'll be chowing down like I always do.
    No...

    They would be mad and all openly in a huff I didn't bring them an ultra-SWEET and not touch it.
    Which would be quite a bonus for me since I won't be eating 90% of what they will be...
    You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.
    ~Friedrich Nietzsche
    And that's why I'm here eating HFLC Primal/Paleo.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JoanieL View Post
    They do a thing here in the south called Crawfish Cheesecake. It's totally savory (I'm thinking that sweet crawfish would probably taste nasty). I've made it as a custard so as to avoid crust, and it's pretty awesome.
    Got a good recipe? That sounds awesome.

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    I love cheesecake... but hate shellfish. I've never had a savory cheesecake of any kind.

    I like a good, rich, new york style cheesecake with a graham cracker crust.
    ~Jen~

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    Ok, ok, I got one for real this time. There ain't much wrong with cheesecake if you're gonna go for dessert - crushed nuts and butter for crust, cream cheese, eggs, heavy cream and vanilla for the filling. That's better than some legitimate lunches people bring into work.

    I like trying Ben & Jerry's limited batches if they sound appealing. There's just something about a "limited batch" - I could get their normal junk whenever I want (so I never do), but the limited batches...uh oh, I gotta try!! Sales tactics. Well, I bought this 2 weeks ago because it was on sale for an incredibly low $2.50 and I was hearing rave reviews.



    And how can an Italian resist anything with the word "cannoli" on it?

    Well, it was so good I bought another. Uh oh
    Don't put your trust in anyone on this forum, including me. You are the key to your own success.

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    Paleobird, I don't have a recipe. I google and then make the filling and bake in ramikens in a water bath.

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    merengues - they only have egg white, citric acid and sugar. I don't stress over eating one or two of them, but I never do, so...
    coconut candy bars - wich basically have sugar and coconut glued together by glucose. YUM
    eeeerr, whipped cream? conventional pumpkin pie (because Im lazy),
    other than that.... conventional meat?

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