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What Was Your 2006 Guilty Pleasure Food?

Today marks the end of a year and that means it's time for New Year's Resolutions (be sure to put yours in FitSugar's Declare IT group). For many of us, one of those resolutions will be to "cool it with the guilty pleasure food," but before you do that, fess up and let us know about your dirty little 2006 secret.

What was your 2006 guilty pleasure food?

I'm talking about the food that you try and hide from your friends and family!

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scratch5 scratch5 9 years
Nutella on saltines. It even sounds gross to me, but I love it. Nutella would really be great with almost anything though.
EdwinaTheLovely EdwinaTheLovely 9 years
Pancakes, bacon AND fried eggs. For awhile there every saturday morning, and sometimes sat & sun I'd have this. I'd eat tofu, sushi, salad, vegeterian etc all week long, but boom! come sábado y domingo it was on! Now I'm on a goats milk brie and bosc pear kick. It's SO good, and I plain on holding on to this one for a while lol.
yayita yayita 9 years
Turron de chocolate
Kaciegrrl Kaciegrrl 9 years
I'm a total fast food junkie and it's seriously showing on my hips - I need to spend more time on FitSugar and less on Yum!
Moni-B Moni-B 9 years
I voted other. It was anything gummy/chewy, like fruit snacks or gummy bears/ worms. ~M~
puddinpie puddinpie 9 years
^To clarify, the above recipe doesn't feed 120 people. I was enough for 120 people to taste and judge the mac n cheese. Half a recipe feeds about 8-10 people very generously if you have additional side dishes.
puddinpie puddinpie 9 years
This recipe feeds a crowd, so feel free to scale it down by half. (For the contest, we had 120 hungry people, so we made 2 hotel pans.) Cut this recipe in half to make one 9x13" pan. 2.5 pounds of pasta (we used campanelle)—cook in boiling, salted water for 8 minutes, drain -18 slices of bacon -1 ½ large sweet onion, diced -half a head of garlic, diced finely Slice bacon into small pieces. Cook until fat has rendered out, then add diced onion and garlic. Cook together until bacon is crisp and onions are browned. Transfer bacon and onions to a large pot. Meanwhile, dice the following cheeses: -2 lbs. mozzarella -1 lb. Neal's Yard stilton -1 lb. raw milk raclette -1 lb. aged (at least 2 yrs. +) white cheddar When the bacon and onions are done, add half a gallon (1.89 L) of heavy cream to the large pot, along with the cheeses. Stir until melted. In a separate medium sized pot, reduce 1 bottle of white wine (we used a $15 Riesling) to ½ cup. Use the ½ cup of reduced wine and combine it with 3 tbsp cornstarch. Stir until cornstarch is dissolved, then add it to the cheese sauce. Make a roux with 1 stick of butter and ½ cup of flour. (Just cook the butter and flour together until they are homogenous and the butter browns and smells nutty.) Add it to the cheese sauce, along with 1 tsp thyme, 1 tsp sage, 2 tsp red pepper flakes, ½ tsp cayenne, ½ tsp black pepper. Stir in the drained pasta and put everything in a large hotel pan (or two standard Pyrex pans). Topping* 2 loaves brioche (I used homemade brioche from a Dorie Greenspan recipe which contains 3 sticks of butter), crusts removed and crumbled into small pieces 4 oz raw milk Parmigiano Reggiano, grated 1 stick of butter, melted Mix ingredients for topping and spread evenly over top of pasta. Put it under the broiler in the oven until the topping is crisp and brown (about 1-2 minutes). *I know most people don't make their own brioche (and I don't always have leftover brioche lying around either!) but panko makes a very good substitute. The topping will be slightly less rich, but even crispier. Just use enough panko to generously cover the top of your mac n cheese.
wynter wynter 9 years
Pringles, homemade french fries, and hot chocolate for me. :/ ______________ GEAUX SAINTS!!!
BeachBarbie BeachBarbie 9 years
I never feel guilty about eating anything.
cgmaetc cgmaetc 9 years
Hostess Chocolate Frosted Donettes with Whole Milk Resien's Chocolates 'Nilla wafers with cream cheese -the ceeg
smeehle smeehle 9 years
Caramel Nips. There's a big bowl of them at the receptionist's desk in my office. I sneak a few daily.
Food Food 9 years
puddinpie, please post that recipe, it sounds amazing! Not that I really need another "bad" food vice...
audreystar audreystar 9 years
too many to list and too embarrassed to admit.
puddinpie puddinpie 9 years
I eat a lot of really rich food most people would consider "diet-busters" on an everyday basis, but the ONE THING I feel guilty about eating is the mac n cheese recipe I developed for a local contest (it beat out 7 pro chefs and 6 other amateurs... :) !! ) It has a ton of bacon, a couple sticks of butter, 3 pounds of varioius cheeses, and half a gallon of heavy cream--for only about a pound of pasta! It is disgustingly rich...I make it about once a month, and try not to think that I'm probably eating 3000+ calories on my one plate.
celebrity_soup celebrity_soup 9 years
I voted for Other: - I hid a box of bon bons! - I hid the yummiest chocolate cake ever once! (after 2 days they found out and ate it in one day) - I hid chocolate bars as well! - I hid hersheys chocolate sauce I can't help myself! Seriously if you leave one of these yummy to die for treats out int he open my family will eat it in a heart beat, it's craaazy! :p
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