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    Posted: 10 Apr 2017 at 5:16am
Thank You DKS!
 
Somewhere I believe DKS had a thread on Devour Buffalo Chicken Mac &  Cheese.
His fault.
Introduced me to this *other* addiction I now have (to go with my tea), the entire lineup of Devour microblast meals.
I started with his recommendation on the Buff Mac & Cheese, and I'm hooked...and then I've started trying their other plates.
They ALL are just TOO darned tasty.
Try them if you get a chance.
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Thank You DKS!
 
Somewhere I believe DKS had a thread on Devour Buffalo Chicken Mac &  Cheese.
His fault.
Introduced me to this *other* addiction I now have (to go with my tea), the entire lineup of Devour microblast meals.
I started with his recommendation on the Buff Mac & Cheese, and I'm hooked...and then I've started trying their other plates.
They ALL are just TOO darned tasty.
Try them if you get a chance.


Well, I didn't start the Devour thread, but I did reply to it mentioning I was a big fan of the Buff Mac. It's the one I go to most often, though none of the ones I've tried have been bad.
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What's bad is the fact I now come up with really stupid reasons to eat more than I should - such as, oh..."...the freezer seems a little 'overstocked' - we need some room in there! Maybe I should get rid of (eat) one of these 'Devours'..."LOL
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I can't help but feel compelled to try this new..."spank my lunch" craze.
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You can't go wrong at $3 each - especially the 'to die for' Buffalo Chicken Mac & Cheese
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Their "3 meat pizza" isn't bad - for 3 bucks anyway.
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I've had the enchilada, which is good, the lasagna, the famous 'spanked lunch' - mac & cheese with bacon, and more often than anything else, the buffalo chicken mac & cheese.
The only one I really haven't been tempted to try is the chicken & waffles.
Never understood that meal.
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

I've had the enchilada, which is good, the lasagna, the famous 'spanked lunch' - mac & cheese with bacon, and more often than anything else, the buffalo chicken mac & cheese.
The only one I really haven't been tempted to try is the chicken & waffles.
Never understood that meal.


My second fave after the buffalo chicken mac is the angus BBQ beef one that comes with jalepeno cornbread.
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Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

I've had the enchilada, which is good, the lasagna, the famous 'spanked lunch' - mac & cheese with bacon, and more often than anything else, the buffalo chicken mac & cheese.
The only one I really haven't been tempted to try is the chicken & waffles.
Never understood that meal.


My second fave after the buffalo chicken mac is the angus BBQ beef one that comes with jalepeno cornbread.
ShockedSmileNever seen that one! Will keep my eyes open.
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

ShockedSmileNever seen that one! Will keep my eyes open.


Good idea to do that while you're eating.

Lessens the chance that you'll miss your mouth and stuff your food up your nose.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

ShockedSmileNever seen that one! Will keep my eyes open.


Good idea to do that while you're eating.

Lessens the chance that you'll miss your mouth and stuff your food up your nose.
LOL
 
I think Devour used the phrase "fork your food".
 
 
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^LOL
 
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I LOVE Devour meals! Tongue They are DELICIOUS and I buy them constantly! They are also extremely reasonable, just about $4 for something vthat would be like $12 in an Italian restaurant(Devour meals are delicious Italian based pasta/ravioli/macaroni/ etc dinnersTongue
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Wow - $3 each, down around The Estate In The Swamp, $3.50 up at The Den
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Wow - $3 each, down around The Estate In The Swamp, $3.50 up at The Den


Yeah they're $3-3.50 around here too.

Don't know if you got them yet, but I saw they have some new varieties around here also. There's a "sweet and tangy" pulled pork with some kinda bourbon glazed sweet potatoes as a side, a bacon topped meatloaf with spicy ketchup with garlic mac and cheese as a side, and a "chicken cordon bleu" mac and cheese dish. I haven't checked them out yet but it's on the agenda.
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They seem kinda skimpy for the price.

If you want to get full, you'd need at least two of them and probably three.

Maybe if they ever put them on BOGO special I might try a couple.
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I think it depends on which you purchase. The Buffalo Mac & Cheese is quite filling for my bad ol' skinny self
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I'd need at least two. And some fries or tots on the side.

It would probably put me over my sodium limit for the entire week, not to mention the carbs.

Okay, three or four days, maybe.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

They seem kinda skimpy for the price.

If you want to get full, you'd need at least two of them and probably three.

Maybe if they ever put them on BOGO special I might try a couple.


I'm 5'6, 230 so not a skinny dude, and 1 buffalo mac is fine for me.
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Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

They seem kinda skimpy for the price.

If you want to get full, you'd need at least two of them and probably three.

Maybe if they ever put them on BOGO special I might try a couple.


I'm 5'6, 230 so not a skinny dude, and 1 buffalo mac is fine for me.


6'3, 320 here.

I'd need at least two and tater tots or waffle fries on the side.


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Check you local specials - Food Lion has all DEVOUR meals 2 for $5 right now. They WILL sell you 1 for $2.50.
Go get your Buffalo Chicken Cheese Mac.
 
1 meal for $2.50?
Ready in 6 minutes?
Much tastier and faster, and cheaper than McD's, KFC, TB...and once purchased, you can fix it whenever you want, in your underpants (if you so desire)
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