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Chocolate-Covered Potato Chips & Low-Fat

Amy Tarshis | Jul 7, 199810:56 AM     1

I've had a chocolate craving lately so here's my not-so-expert opinion on whats worth adding an extra 1/2 hour to your workout for...


The Chocolate-covered potato chips at the small unassuming homemade candy shop knowns as EVELYN'S in the Financial district (on Beaver St. off of Bway). They're unbelieveable!


Also, Snackwell's has come out w/ a low-fat version of the chocolate/cashew "turtle" candy. And, they taste just like the real thing. Omigod, I'm sounding like Lisa Antinore! (Hi Lisa!) Okay, gotta get back to work now -- enough about food!


P.S. Does anyone out there know of any other unusual "must try's" in the "junk food" dept? Something that is


really outstanding or unusual?

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