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One of My Favorite Quotes...

“The Master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his education and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence in whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him he is always doing both.”

Saturday, July 31, 2010

9 Deadly Words Used By A Women

Got this from an email that was sent to me and thought it was pretty funny. I'm sure there are plenty of guys that can relate. So, here it goes...

1) Fine. This is the word women use to end an argument when they are right and you need to shut up.

2) Five Minutes. If she is getting dressed, this means a half hour. Five minutes is only five minutes if you have just been given five more minutes to watch the game before helping around the house.

3) Nothing. This is the calm before the storm. This means something, and you should be on your toes. Arguments that begin with nothing usually end is fine.

4) Go Ahead. This is a dare, not permission. Don't do it!

5) Loud Sigh. This is actually a word, but is a non-verbal statement often misunderstood by men. A loud sigh means she thinks you are an idiot and wonders why she is wasting her time standing here and arguing with you about nothing. (Refer back to #3 for the meaning of nothing.)

6) That's Okay. This is one of the most dangerous statements a women can make to a man. That's okay means she wants to think long and hard before deciding how and when you will pay for your mistake.

7) Thanks. A Woman is thanking you, do not question, or faint. Just say you're welcome. (I want to add in a clause here - This is true, unless she says 'Thanks a lot' - that is PURE sarcasm and she is not thanking you at all. DO NOT say 'you're welcome', that will bring on a 'whatever').

8) Whatever. Is a woman's way of saying F--- YOU!

9) Don't worry about it, I got it. Another dangerous statement, meaning this is something that a woman has told a man to do several times, but is now doing it herself. This will result in a man asking 'What's wrong?'. For the woman's response refer to #3.

Friday, July 30, 2010

Inspiration: Your time is limited...

“Your time is limited, don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma, which is living the result of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinion drowned your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition, they somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”
– Steve Jobs

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Dinner: Hanaoka Japanese Restaurant

Here's some photos of dinner I had with the family sometime last week. For dinner, some sushi from Hanaoka Japanese Restaurant in National City. Wanting a light meal and not too heavy, it seemed like the perfect thing. Until my brother and I also ordered a dinner combo they had for each of us. I thought I would still be hungry after the sushi and figured why not...

Dinner: Hanaoka Japanese Restaurant in National City, CA

Dinner: Hanaoka Japanese Restaurant in National City, CA

Dinner: Hanaoka Japanese Restaurant in National City, CA

We got three different sushi special rolls. The first one is a Caterpillar Roll, which is crab and eel topped avocado with sweet sauce. The second is a Baked Scallop Roll that's crab and avocado topped with scallop and baked. And last but not least, the Sunset Roll. The Sunset Roll is crab and avocado topped with tuna and avocado. Not much to say about their sushi rolls, other than I'm a fan and will always come back for more...

Dinner: Hanaoka Japanese Restaurant in National City, CA

My brother and I, both got the combination dinner. More specifically, the Beef Teriyaki & Chicken Teriyaki. besides the chicken and beef, the combo is served with soup, rice, salad and California Roll (2 pieces). Thinking the sushi rolls weren't enough, we ordered the combo. I've never ordered the combo dinner and my thinking was that it was just a regular small plate. Boy was I wrong. It was more than enough for me and frankly, my brother and I could've shared one instead...

Dinner: Hanaoka Japanese Restaurant in National City, CA

Dinner: Hanaoka Japanese Restaurant in National City, CA

The above images are some close-ups of the beef teriyaki and chicken teriyaki. I really enjoyed the meal and so did my bro. I wasn't expecting much, but it really did surprise me in not just the amount, but in the taste. It kind of sucks that I've never had them before because they were that good. Now that I had the opportunity to try it out, I'll be ordering this whenever I come back to Hanaoka.

Hanaoka Japanese Restaurant
1528 Sweetwater Road, Suite C
National City, CA 91950

Monday, July 26, 2010

2010 San Diego Chargers Season Tickets: "Lead the Charge"

You know when NFL football season is upon us when your season tickets arrive in your mailbox. As soon as I received the envelope, I knew exactly what it was and couldn't wait to open it. It's the 2010 San Diego Chargers Season Ticket package!!! This year's motto, "Lead the Charge!". Man, am I excited! Not much chatter on this post, onto the photos...

2010 San Diego Chargers Season Tickets Package

2010 San Diego Chargers Season Tickets Package

The two images above are how the whole thing is packaged. Since I'm a graphic designer, I'm a sucker for package design, branding, and print design. So, I had to take a photo of it as well. It's a clear plastic envelope with the football field hash marks in a wavy pattern for the design. The contents inside provides the background image through the see-through envelope. That blue "Lead the Charge" is the z-fold calendar (more about that later)... see more photos here.

2010 San Diego Chargers Season Tickets Package

The above image are the cover designs of the two 2010 San Diego Chargers Season Ticket packets. Just like last year, the design is in the form of a z-fold. Which I prefer over the booklet designs of the past. When open and flat (like below), I would say they would look great in a frame with other Charger memorabilia. I'm going to feel terrible tearing them apart. It just looks so damn cool all pieced together like that... see more photos here.

2010 San Diego Chargers Season Tickets Package

The next set of images are some close-ups of the players as well as the design. Please note, the quick snap shoots I took of the tickets do not give the actual design any justice. The tickets are pretty awesome and need to be seen in person to see the details. I'm not sure if you noticed it, but I also altered the photos to remove any personal info and changed the barcodes. I didn't do a good job of it, but hey, I wanted to share these ASAP. So, onto more photos... see more photos here.

2010 San Diego Chargers Season Tickets Package

2010 San Diego Chargers Season Tickets Package

2010 San Diego Chargers Season Tickets Package

The San Diego Charger packet also included a z-fold type calendar. Within the calendar, you'll find information about our players throughout the design. Players like Nick Hardwick, Kris Dielman, Quentin Jammer, etc. Those three were the first players on the page and it goes on to the others. The design also shows the key dates for home and away games. On the dates, it has an area where you'd insert the final score of the that particular game. It looks like a great way to involve the season ticket holder in some interactive way. Pretty cool I must say... see more photos here.

2010 San Diego Chargers Season Tickets Package

2010 San Diego Chargers Season Tickets Package

And then we got the added souvenir. Which I definitely could see myself using. It's the San Diego Chargers Season Ticket Holder plastic/rubber key fob. Pretty cool in my eyes as well as a welcome gift. Besides all the things I've mentioned and the regular loose paper materials they always send, they also included a Personalized, Official Chargers Locker Room Nameplate with my name on it. Unfortunately, I didn't get a photo of it... see more photos here.

2010 San Diego Chargers Season Tickets Package

Well, there you have it. NFL football season is near and I can't wait. I thought I wasn't going to add much chatter, but I felt I needed to add some thoughts in there somewhere. Even though the designs of the tickets and calendar speak for themselves through my photos. The tickets look great and it seems to be getting better every year. Hopefully that trend continues.

To check out more photos of the 2010 San Diego Chargers Season Ticket package that weren't posted here, check out my other site at LapadaGallery.com or click here to go directly to it.

Hope I gave you get an idea of what they look like...


Past related material:
- 2009 San Diego Chargers Season Tickets: 50h Anniversary Season
- 2008 Chargers Season just around the corner...

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Conching's Halo Halo in National City

It's hasn't been that hot the last few days, just pretty humid. Too humid for my likings. But the weekend and most of last week was pretty terrible. The heat was really getting to me and I'm not alone in feeling this. Sometime last week, it was so hot we needed to find a way to cool down. And one of the best ways to do this when I was a kid was to either make or buy some Halo Halo...

Snacks: Conching's Cafe's Halo Halo in National City, CA

So, buying some Halo Halo it is. We bought the Halo Halo from Conching's Cafe in National City. I feel they have one of the better Halo Halos out there. What is Halo Halo? Well, straight off Wikipedia, "Halo Halo is a popular Filipino Dessert that is mixture of shaved ice and milk to which are added various boiled sweet beans and fruits and served cold in a tall glass or bowl". They explained it better than I could...

Snacks: Conching's Cafe's Halo Halo in National City, CA

The Halo Halo definition is as basic as you can get. But you can get really creative with it like the Conching's offerings. The Halo Halo is Conching's signature dessert. It's mix of shaved ice and milk, combined with various beans, fruits, gelatin and custard (leche flan). And then topped off with your choice of ice ream. The one's in the pictures are Ube (purple yam flavored ice cream), Buko Pandan (coconut flavored ice cream) and mango. I got the mango. Other flavors that are available are Mais-Queso (corn and cheese flavored ice cream), avocado, and cashew.

Eating the Halo Halo really did help me cool down. For a moment, I forgot all about the heat up until the last sip. And even then, the feeling wasn't as miserable as it was before having this delicious dessert. My core temperature went down to a more comfortable level. And that made me a happy man. Anyways, it's one of my favorite Filipino snacks and frankly, I can't wait to have another one. Until then, happy eating...

Conching's Cafe and Ice Cream Parlor
3400 E. 8th Street
National City, CA 91950

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Snacks: Manila Sunset's Bibingka

Besides the pancit malabon, I also love the bibingka that Manila Sunset offers in National City. Those two items alone are worth the trip over to Manila Sunset. I just love this delicious snack and love it so much, I'd eat it any given day. What is bibingka? In a nut shell, bibingka is basically a type of Filipino rice cake native to the Philippines...

Snacks: Manila Sunset's Bibingka in National City, CA

The bibingka name itself is very vague as there are many variations out there. But Manila Sunset's version of this awesome treat is the one that stands out amongst them all. Definitely my favorite! The texture and the sweetness is just too perfect that words can not describe how incredible it is. And the cream cheese on top! Are you kidding me?!? I save that for last as I believe that every last bite should be the best and always leaving a lasting impression.

It's just that good! That is all... happy eating.

Here's a related post that you may find of interest. Lunch: Manila Sunset's Pancit Malabon

Lakeview Farms Strawberry Parfait

I really don't know much about the Lakeview Farms Strawberry Parfait. We were given this by a relative during one of our family get-togethers. The first thing that came to mind when I first laid my brown eyes on the translucent container was, "is that gulaman (jello)?". Well, being filipino that's the first thing. And the second, "what's that white stuff?". HAHA! I love gelatin treats of all kinds and I wanted to get my taste on...

Snacks: Lakeview Farms Strawberry Parfait Dessert

This dessert is pretty awesome. It's a really light snack that's not too sweet for those that don't like having a sugary overload. And that's a great thing because it's been way to hot the last week. Nothing too sticky to deal with like how other snacks that melt. The moment you open it, the smell of strawberries fill the room and soon after, the others caught wind and want a piece of it. So far, it's a great start before the taste...

Snacks: Lakeview Farms Strawberry Parfait Dessert

Look at that, doesn't it look delicious? The taste is even better...

Snacks: Lakeview Farms Strawberry Parfait Dessert

There's not much to say other than it was really delicious and that I got my second serving cause they were so good! The Lakeview Farms Strawberry Parfait caught me by surprise and but a big smile on my face. From what I learned, they have other flavors to choose from. So, now I got something to look forward to and to look for...

Happy eating...

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Dinner: Oggi's Pizza in Mission Valley/SD

The other night, met up with a friend and had a quick dinner at Oggi's Pizza and Brewing Company in Mission Valley. Within the name itself, it calls for pizza and beer. And we didn't have neither of them to be frank. Having not eaten in over eight hours before this meal, I was pretty hungry and wanted a pretty good size meal and appetizer...

Oggi's Pizza's Loaded Potato Wedges

I normally look for some sort of chicken nachos for appetizer, but didn't see it on the menu. They had something called the Wonton Nachos and wasn't feeling adventurous that night. So, we ended up getting the tried and true Loaded Potato Wedges. The Loaded Potato Wedges is a mildly spiced deep fried potatoes loaded with melted Mozzarella and Cheddar cheeses, crispy bacon and green onions. Served with ketchup and ranch. It was a great way to the night right...

Oggi's Pizza's Pot Roast

For my main meal, I went with one of Oggi's Brewery Favorites, Oggi's Pot Roast. The Pot Roast is ten ounces of tender pot roast served with roasted garlic mashed potatoes and finished with shallots, Portabella mushrooms and Italian gravy. I've had this before and didn't remember having the dish this big. It was a very welcome surprise. With the loaded potato wedges and the pot roast, I was pretty stuffed by the end of the meal. I didn't even put a dent in the mashed potatoes. How sad. Overall, I really liked it and would order it again...

Oggi's Pizza's Buffalo Chicken Wrap

The last entree that my friend got is the Buffalo Chicken Wrap. The Buffalo Chicken Wrap is crispy chicken pieces lightly coated in spicy wing sauce, green leaf lettuce, fresh sliced tomato, avocado, toasted sesames seeds and buffalo ranch sauce all rolled up in a chipotle wrap. Also served with a side of potato wedges. The potato wedges were substituted for a Caesar Salad.

Until next time, happy eating...

Oggi's Pizza and Brewing Company - Mission Valley
2245 Fenton Parkway #101
San Diego, CA 92108

Thursday, July 15, 2010

My Canon 20d Body Becomes Backup

For the past few weeks now, my Canon 20d body, that used to be my primary has become my secondary/backup duty camera. I've upgraded to the Canon 5d from a buddy of mine for a real good bargain. Lets just say the asking price was too good to pass up and could of made some good money it resold. But, I wanted it and needed it and by luck, flat out good timing. So, this post is to pay tribute to my awesome workhorse Canon 20d camera that took many beatings...

My Canon 20d Camera Body Becomes Secondary/Backup Duty

For more photos of my Canon 20d that's made me proud, click here...

My Canon 20d Camera Body Becomes Secondary/Backup Duty

What can I say, I'm a proud owner and it has never let me down. So for more photos of it in all its glory, click here...

My Canon 20d Camera Body Becomes Secondary/Backup Duty

It definitely feels strange to be using the Canon 5d after the many years I've been using the 20d. To give you an idea of how long I've had it, I've had the 20d when they first came out. So it was quite some time ago. Fortunately, it was an easy transition and not much relearning if any. I've been putting the 5d through its paces to get a feel for it so that I know what to expect much like I did with the 20d.

As much the Canon 20d being put on backup duty, it will still see the light every once and awhile. There's just way too much history between the camera and I to be stored and forgotten. And hopefully the 5d do me proud like the 20d has for so many years...

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Beat the Heat with 7-11's Slurpees

It's been pretty damn hot in San Diego the last few days. The heat and slight humidity is something I just can't get used to. So, I really needed to find a way to cool myself down and basically get out of the house for awhile. One drink I loved as a kid and still love as an adult is the Slurpee from 7-11. I don't drink this often, except during days like this. But maybe I should since they're so good...

Slurpees from 7-11

I got the Fanta Pina Colada flavored Slurpee and my brother got the Fanta Blue Raspberry. Man, did that hit the spot. It instantly cooled me down and the heat started to melt it down unfortunately. Good thing Slurpee's are just as good melted as it is cold. But yeah, I prefer it cold. I might have to get another one as the heat looks like it's going to continue the next few days...

Monday, July 12, 2010

Cheesecake Factory in Mission Valley/SD

There has been a lot of talk with my buddy, Hoheezee, about the different kinds of chicken nachos we've tried in the past and which made the list of greatness. And we've had this very same discussion numerous times to no end. The chicken nachos that keeps coming up as being one of the best happens to be The Cheesecake Factory's version of it. So it was time for a revisit after having not been there for quite some time. I can't even remember the last time I've been there...

The Cheesecake Factory's Complimentary Bread

Since it was a weekend night, there was some wait to get a table. Fortunately, the wait wasn't as long as I thought it would be and got a table in no time. As usual, we were given some complimentary bread to snack on while we wait for our order. Didn't want to eat too much bread, but damn do I love them! I have to resist temptation for a bit longer as the appetizer came soon after...

For appetizer, the Cheesecake Factory's Factory Chicken Nachos was in order. With all the talk I've had about it, I needed to get it or the mission to eat nachos would have been a major fail. It's crisp tortilla chips covered with melted cheeses, guacamole, sour cream and salsa with spicy chicken. Didn't feel any kick/heat to the chicken and I'm pretty sensitive to spices of any kind.

The Cheesecake Factory's Factory Nachos

I ended up getting the Chicken Marsala and Mushrooms as my entree. It's chicken breast sauteed with fresh mushrooms in a rich marsala wine sauce. Served over bow tie pasta. It had good/big portions, but for some reason, I thought past servings I've had along time ago were larger. Then again, it quite some time ago. The meal was good though...

The Cheesecake Factory's Chicken Marsala and Mushrooms

And then there's the White Chicken Chili. It's a generous bowl of chicken, white beans, roasted green chiles, onions, garlic, spices and a touch of cream. Garnished with steamed white rice and fresh salsa. It looked good and I'm sure it was...

The Cheesecake Factory's White Chicken Chili

In the end, the mission was a success. The Cheesecake Factory's chicken nachos were awesome and it's still number one in my book. And that was the main or should I say the only reason why we came to visit them. With my stomach stuffed in a good way, I'm happy as can be. But the search continues to find other great chicken nachos in the San Diego region to satisfy my hunger. What can I say, I just love food. Until next time, happy eating...

The Cheesecake Factory
7067 Friars Rd
(between Avenida De Las Tiendas & Avenue De Las Tiendas)
San Diego, CA 92108

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Dinner: Eastlake Tavern in Chula Vista

A couple nights ago, we wanted to go find a pretty chill spot to hangout, eat, drink and watch the San Diego Padres kick butt all in one location. We found and know a place that fits all the criteria, except that the Padres lost due to a grand slam by the Rockies. DAMN THEM!!! Anyways, the location we decided to go to is the Eastlake Tavern and Bowl in Chula Vista.

Eastlake Tavern's Fat Tire

I've been to the Eastlake Tavern a few times and all during fight nights or during a big game. Basically Saturdays. This time it's a Friday and its not as busy as we had hoped. But then again, no big sporting event was going down. I was hoping it to be one of those crazy busy days where there would be tons of people. This day was not, but pretty chill nonetheless. So it was time to wet our whistle as we watched the game and put in or order for some grub. The drink to get us started, a pitcher of Fat Tire...

Here's a photo of the cover of the menu. The menu is not as extensive as most restaurants, but better than most bars. Which, I would put this place more or less as. I really wish places would put photos of their food on their menus. I usually pick my entree based on the photos alone about 90 percent of the time. They didn't have any...

Eastlake Tavern's Menu Cover

I'm the type that usually gets chicken nachos as an appetizer when I go out to these type of places. But I remembered eating theirs and it didn't impress me. So, we passed on them and went straight to the main courses. Besides, I wasn't really hungry and it would of been a waste...

I got the one of the "Big League Burgers" called The Kingpin. The Kingpin is a half pound 100 percent angus beef with portobello, swiss, and garlic aioli. It comes with fries, but I substituted it for sweet potato fries. The burger itself was average. Not bad, but not great either. The sweet potato fries were also average. But and this is a big but. They have on the side is a small container of caramel sauce for the fries. I've never had them like that before and I loved it. That made all the difference for me. But then again, I love sweets...

Eastlake Tavern's The Kingpin Burger w/ Sweet Potato Fries

My buddy got the Tavern Original Philly Cheesesteak. It also came with fries and substituted it for sweet potato fries. He also agreed that the caramel sauce made the fries taste awesome! He never had it like that too and it sure was a welcome surprise. He basically cleaned up his whole plate, but that's not unusual for him in our circle of friends...

Eastlake Tavern's Original Philly Cheesesteak w/ Sweet Potato Fries

The prices aren't cheap and not really expensive. But the beer was pretty pricy in my opinion. In the end, I'll definitely come back as there's lots to do. Like bowl or shoot some pool. I myself rather sit back and watch some fights with a beer in my hand and food in the other. I can't help it, I love food as long as it's decent. Especially those sweet potato fries! They also don't have a cover charge during those big fights, which is a big plus if you ask me.

So, go ahead and check the Eastlake Tavern and Bowl out...

Eastlake Tavern and Bowl
881 Showroom Pl
Chula Vista, CA 91914

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Box Full of .223/5.56 Ammo Photos

Here are some random photos for the photo of the day (POTD) segment that never came to its fruition. It's never too late to start/continue, right? So, here it is, a box full of ammunition (.223/5.56 NATO rounds) that was taken a couple weeks ago. I've been meaning to post the images when the shot was done, but it fell on the back burner for a bit.

Random Box Full of Ammo Photos

Random Box Full of Ammo Photos

This photo was taken right when it was opened. It was going to put into stripper clips for storage in ammo cans and made sure the correct count was in the box. Plus, I'm a sucker for being organized and it was a lot cleaner this way. At least it was for me. Anyways, I really liked how the photo came out, especially for a really basic image that was shot just for the heck of it.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Lunch: Manila Sunset's Pancit Malabon

This lunch and photo was done and taken sometime last week. So for lunch, we're having Pancit Malabon from Manila Sunset in National City. This happens to be my favorite type/kind of pancit even though it can be pretty difficult to eat as it slips and slides off your eating utensil. Many places offer the pancit malabon, but they really aren't that good compared to the Manila Sunset offerings...

Lunch: Manila Sunset's Pancit Malabon in National City, CA

First things that come out of my mouth when the Manila Sunset's Pancit Malabon subject comes along is YUM. My mouth is salivating at the thought of this delicious Filipino dish. Manila Sunset also sells Bibingkas, which is also a favorite of mine and also something they are known for. Too bad I didn't take a picture of them, cause it would of looked great right along with the pancit malabon. That'll be a post on this blog for another day...

Lunch: Manila Sunset's Pancit Malabon in National City, CA

I really can't say much about their other offerings, since that's basically the only thing we go there for. But if their food is as good as their pancit malabon and babingkas, I wouldn't hesitate to try the other dishes. Now we just got to find time to go out there and give it a shot. So, happy eating...

Manila Sunset
925 E. Plaza Blvd.
National City, CA 91950

Snacks: Photos of Yummy Donuts

It doesn't take much to please me when it comes to all things sweet. And that includes donuts. Even the simplest and most generic type of donut can put a smile on my face. During that moment when you start to enjoy that delicious treat, all your problems take the back seat. Even if it is for that split moment...

Snacks: Photos of Yummy Donuts

Snacks: Photos of Yummy Donuts

I don't know much about the donuts I took a photo of, other than it was so good. The urge to take a photo of them was just too irresistable. I always said that I'm not much of a critic when it comes to food. But, I do love to eat. So, happy eating...

Monday, July 5, 2010

Lunch: Grillin' on the Fourth of July!

On the Fourth of July, we kept it simple. And what better way to celebrate this great nation's holiday? Do some grillin' with the people you care about. And that's what we did and this is how we do. So, here are some flicks that I took with the BlackBerry as we did some grillin' in the backyard...

Lunch: Grillin' Scallops on the Fourth of July!

Lunch: Grillin' Short Ribs on the Fourth of July!

Lunch: Grillin' Shrimp on a Stick on the Fourth of July!

The photos above is a) scallops, b) short ribs and c) shrimp on a stick. What can I say, home cooked meals ROCK! And the simplicity of the food with its ingredients is what do you say? Pure GENIOUS! Sometimes being too complicated has its downfalls and most of the time are its downfall. That is all...

Snacks: Coffee Bean's White Chocolate Strawberry Parfait

Sometime last week, we hit up our usual spot at the Coffee Bean in Mission Valley for some coffee. This time around, my brother got a sample of their parfaits and actually ended up buying one because it tasted pretty good. I tasted it also and I ended up buying my own too. I couldn't just sit there as he eats with a smile on his face. He bought the Fruit & Yogurt Parfait with Granola. Unfortunately, I didn't get a chance to take some photos of it. By the time I pulled out my BlackBerry, it was already a fifth done...

Snacks: Coffee Bean's White Chocolate Strawberry Parfait

I on the other hand and a buddy of mine got the White Chocolate Strawberry Parfait. The white chocolate is what sold me. I just love white chocolate! The parfait was delicious and can be a bit too tart (strawberries). But the chocolate was the sweetness that balanced the whole yogurt.

Snacks: Coffee Bean's White Chocolate Strawberry Parfait

I can't believe I haven't tried any of the parfaits this whole time I've been going to Coffee Bean. And I must say, I can't wait to try out the other flavors they have. I'm going to aim to try every single flavor they have. Or at least attempt to. Until next time, happy eating...

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