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Oh, did I forget this again? No doubt you are on pins and needles awaiting the identity of today's LUNCH!



MEATBALLS & reduced fat MOZZARELLA


What, they can't just call it "mozzarella" or the FOOD POLICE might come to the Hot Pockets factory and ARREST them?! WHATEVER



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And the meatballs still have all their fat?

That's one of my favorites. Well chosen. I still fear the Mexican ones and the Pot Pie Express Pockets are still waiting in my freezer for me to sample them.




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You know I'm starting to get a tad upset that we don't have access to these delicious little numbers over here. At least not as far as I've been able to find.

I vaguely remember something called 'Pizza Pockets' or some such which I used to have on a regular basis. They were little puck shaped things though which were nary a meal as of themselves, and they never came in such a vast array of flavours (and certainly not with a LEAN alternative).

Interestingly it was only ever possible to cook the little blighters to either 'just past defrosted' or 'tongue-blisteringly hot', no matter what setting or for how long they were microwaved which I always felt was something of a snag. Maybe thats why I see them no more.

Actually, that's really not that interesting at all is it.....
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CRZ, you've got quit doing "Lunch of the Day". You're starting to make me crave Hot Pockets more and more every day.

Fortunately, I have Red Baron's Stuffed Pizza Slices to hold me over until my next trip to the supermarket. They're just like Hot/Lean Pockets, only they're triangular, and only come in "Pepperoni" flavor.



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Have you seen the "Pot Pie Express Pockets" commercial? Gimme a break. The guy takes a huge bite out of the pocket like it's a dinner roll or something. Yeah, right. Everyone knows the insides of a Hot Pocket are the second-hottest substance on earth, only trailing the inside of a pot pie. I bet if you made a Pot Pie Express Pocket on Tuesday it would be cool enough to eat on Friday.



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    Originally posted by dMr
    You know I'm starting to get a tad upset that we don't have access to these delicious little numbers over here. At least not as far as I've been able to find.

    I vaguely remember something called 'Pizza Pockets' or some such which I used to have on a regular basis. They were little puck shaped things though which were nary a meal as of themselves, and they never came in such a vast array of flavours (and certainly not with a LEAN alternative).

    Interestingly it was only ever possible to cook the little blighters to either 'just past defrosted' or 'tongue-blisteringly hot', no matter what setting or for how long they were microwaved which I always felt was something of a snag. Maybe thats why I see them no more.

    Actually, that's really not that interesting at all is it.....



Maybe we could set up some kind of exchange... I have to import my Banana NesQuik from you guys. They haven't made it in the US for years. I actually bought it from Britishgrocer.com (or some such site) last year for around $10.

You mail me the Quik, and I'll figure out how to mail hot pockets



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    Originally posted by Guru Zim
    I have to import my Banana NesQuik from you guys. They haven't made it in the US for years. I actually bought it from Britishgrocer.com (or some such site) last year for around $10.


At the risk of being way too interested in this, how much 'Quick did you get for your cash? $10 seems pretty steep even allowing for postage. I mean I'd at least be wanting chocolate flavour for that.

We can get a tub that's about, um, 3 CD cases big I guess for not much over about 1.50 or so. I tell you if it wasn't for the crappy exchange rate I'd be undercutting them so quick

Quite why the price surprises me more than the fact that there's an international market for NesQuick is anybody's guess.
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There are actually a couple of places to get this.

http://shop.store.yahoo.com/ evryaustralian/noname88.html

I prefer that tin - it's Australian apparently. I ordered from a British site though, similar to this one (it may have been this one)

http://www.britishcornershop.co.uk/system/ index.html

I thought it had expat in the name or british grocer - but britishgrocer.com does not carry Nesquik.

I don't need any more though, I bought 3 of the plastic containers along with a bunch of other stuff.

I have a bad habit of randomly ordering food from websites (see: Thaigrocer.com)



Willful ignorance of science is not commendable. Refusing to learn the difference between a credible source and a shill is criminally stupid.
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