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March 23, 2009 6:25 AM

What food do you "sneak" when no one's looking?

Posted by Nancy Leson

What do you eat when no one's looking? For me, it might be a whole package of Carso's fresh ravioli with way too much browned butter. Or a can of cheap sardines with sliced cucumber. Or cold leftover Chinese food -- for breakfast. When it comes to cravings, I always take the savory over the sweet. But if I had to cop to one single private luxury it would have to be this:

"Fancy" cheese and crackers

So tell me: what's your favorite sneak-food? A big spoonful of Mrs. Richardson's Hot Fudge sauce straight from the jar, maybe? Tim's Cascade Potato Chips dipped in cottage cheese? Cold pizza? Just curious.

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