Originally Posted by rosiemac
We'll not say anymore then but my fellow Brits will know what the term means
A peanut "bugger" egg?!
Some of your fellow Canadians know what that word means too, but I haven't heard anyone use that word in years.
I ate lots of snacks watching movies and was invited to a nice Easter dinner when my parents and relatives got together. If I was a woman you would all hate me because I can always eat like a "piggy" without any negative effects, holidays or not. I had turkey, potatoes, gravy, ham, potato bake (with cheese baked in), more gravy, coleslaw. *Rinse and repeat* Then I had chocolate mud pie and some other tasty desert with whipped cream and fresh fruit.
Oh yeah, and Saturday I had a ham and pineapple pizza. Fiday's snacks included some nice, fatty dill pickle dip for the chips and two kind of popcorn.