Partially Hydrogenate Oil, like Crisco, which say "0 Trans Fat" Never if I'm cooking. I don't know when my wife uses it.
Outback Bloomin Onion--oh, oh, oh, I could never say "never" to that. Those things are just too good. Rik, if you'd even had one, you would have to allow it.
Hershey Milk Chocolate Bar--almost never. There are, however, chocolate bars that are more tempting to me. Snickers.
Fried Corn Tortilla Chips--never
Pizza, cheese, mushroom, sausage--occasional. We have home made pizza all the time.
Frosted Mini Wheats with Milk--theoretically I'd say never. Truth is that I would occasionally indulge if they were available to me. There are other cereals of similar nutritional content that would tempt me more ("Corn Pops", formerly known more honestly as "Sugar Pops"), but last trip to the US, I limited myself pretty well on this.
Fish n Chips--occasional, leave some of the chips
Chinese Pork Fried Rice--occasional
Subway Turkey Club Sandwich, with Mayo and lots of veggies--occasional, but probably with beef
Taco Bell, Steak Chalupa--occasional--haven't tried them, but they sound good.
Rik is a better person than I am.
I think I'd do better if I had occasional treats available than I actually do when I go back to the US, when I typically over indulge. There's little that I'd really say "never" to, but if I splurge, I feel like it shouldn't be on something that I don't love a lot.
Oh, pecan pie--a staple, if I could. Do all of our British/Scottish/Indian/Dutch/Finnish/Ozzie/Belgian (sorry if I missed anyone) friends know what pecan pie is? Or how really incredible it is? They must not, or they'd be as fat as us.
Hey, is this supposed to be a confessional, or advice? Do as I say, not as I do!