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Current faves

-- Haagen Daaz Caramel sandwich icecream (they have returned!)

-- A sesame-seed flavoured salad dressing. Yummy yum yum.
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Theres a place near where I live that cooks up some amazingly delicious and addictive fried potatoes/chips. Best I've had in Japan by a mile. They give you a lot as well. Not good for a diet.

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Hot Apple Oyaki!

Mocha-flavoerd I.V. Soy Ice Cream!

Maitake tempura!

Aiko Uemura!
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Creek Boy, its all good. She`s yours. I`ll settle for Aiko. Unless there are some japanese boarder girls willing to date a bald vegetarian with the chsled physique of a crack addict.

Oh, and i like Mugi-coffee flavored soy milk
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Last Saturday I surfed from 10:30 to 9:30 but took a few minutes out to make a fire and grill up some bananas. Delicious! The darker the better..it get's like pudding, I spoon it out and eat it. Anybody else do this? Highly reccomended.

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You probably can't get it outside the UK, but this beer is killer. Badger Golden Champion. Main taste is elderflower. Its a British classic!
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My best friend's mum used to make elderflower wine when we were kids. Not sure why it was called wine. I don't think it was alcoholic. Nice though.

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Gyoza are good. A good bowl of misoramen and gyoza - hard to beat.

(Hot) home made bread.
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 Quote:
Originally posted by le spud:

(The Fosters was left behind by someone else. I didn't buy it, in fact I can't drink any of those lagers factory style beers popular in the UK at the moment. It took up space in the fridge for a year)
I bet they were nice and cold for them eh! Maybe too cold!

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Yes I really like the different beers on the shelves now. Nice.

Anything Mexican I have had has been really good too.

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 Quote:
Originally posted by le spud:

Telling your boss that you quit and then leaving the country 2 days later for good is an awesome feeling. To turn your life on a dime like that... I loved it. I reckon that 3 months and the way it sprung out of nowhere in the space of a week made me smile more than anything else has ever done.
Can agree with you there! I did it when I bailed off on my year stint to Indo! Actually I gave just a days notice, but we were on summer holidays anyway!
If you do the give notice thing, your imnd goes to shait and you just can't be F'ed. Better to do it quickly.

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Cheese!

Not only is it delicious, but it is also nutritious and fun for everyone!

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CHEESE
CHEESE
So many varieties.
So much to choose from.
All nutritiously nutritious.
Everyones favorite foodstuff.
What's your favourite?

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Pizzaman.
Anyone spotted any this year yet?

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I could go for a good slice of Chicago style pizza right about now. Haven't found any where I live.
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Some really good thick Yogurt drinks in my local supermarket. Once called Yasuda I think. Better than anything I've had back home.
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Pizzaman time, good sign \:\)

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Meiji chocolate almonds.

A splendid combination of chocolate and nuts, or whatever it says on the packet (no, not that combination. db et al, get your mind out of the gutter).

In winter I eat a box a day on average, i think.

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A good wine. I've consumed half a bottle aleady tonight and feeling, er, "chilled out" (is that the right expression). Some French stuff (I'm sure it has more details on the bottle).

I like those almonds as well, they are nice. Not a box a day nice tho
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