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« Reply #15 on: May 06, 2007, 11:49:09 AM »

are you one of those people who doesn't like their food to be touching on the plate? Wink

LOL, yes! Though, as a kid I was quite more vocal about it. These days I am more tolerant and there are some things I do like to mix together. TeddyR
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« Reply #16 on: May 06, 2007, 12:14:31 PM »

Oh yes!  The older one will eat rice that way too, but she won't touch cooked rice.

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Waffles: they have to be buttered and have a slice of cheese melted between each layer and on top.

For some reason that made me hungry!

I'm also partial to banana peppers on pizza, is that strange?  Tabasco is good too, but the peppers have a much nicer flavor.
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« Reply #17 on: May 06, 2007, 12:16:01 PM »

those all sound good.  a sprinkle of salt on a hot fudge sundae does wonders.   Though, I gotta say Susan, your not cooking sounds luike cooking to me.  the tortilla pizzas... thats cooking, give yourself credit!
My grandmopther, who would eat whole onions and any organ meat going, was totally disgusted by peanut butter.
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« Reply #18 on: May 06, 2007, 01:22:01 PM »

I love dipping fries in ice cream, it's the sweet and salty delight.
A strange combination of food when I was growing up was Spaghetti with the regular spaghetti sauce, but we always had peas with it and peanut butter and jam on bread. When I first got married I would fix the same thing and get a funny look from the hubby. As time went by he got used to it and now if I don't cook the peas he asks "where's the peas?"
I like to put potato chips on tuna fish sandwiches, it's one of those sweet and salty delights also.
This one will probably make everybody sick but here it goes. Chili beans with a mixture of mayo and catsup on them.........try it, it's delicious.  Buggedout BounceGiggle
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« Reply #19 on: May 06, 2007, 02:05:18 PM »

  • Also i don't put syrup on my pancakes. just butter. i have a side bowl of syrup to slightly dip but not big on syrup or ketchup or anything sugar that drowns the flavor of food. Incidentally i also pepper my french fries


I've been eating pancakes sans syrup since I was a kid.  My brother convinced me to do it as a joke, but I ended up eating them that way ever since.  I also enjoy french fries w/ pepper.  Of course, I enjoy almost everything with pepper, and lots of it.

I wouldn't say I have any strange combinations of ordinary foods.  I enjoy ramen with seaweed in it, if that counts.

I will, however, eat almost anything.  Alligator, ants, all sorts of strange sea creatures, fermented salmon eggs, rendered seal fat, lengua, rattlesnake, oddball fruits and vegetables... if I haven't tried it I'll give it a shot.  The only thing I think I wouldn't eat is a primate.  Oh, and mayonnaise.  It has its time and place, but I don't trust the stuff.
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« Reply #20 on: May 06, 2007, 02:22:56 PM »


Of course, I enjoy almost everything with pepper, and lots of it.

Same here, and when i discovered that you could grind your own pepper vs the imitation dust my mom used to buy i was in heaven. The flavor! I put so much pepper on my turkey at the thanksgiving table it looks charred. Thumbup

ramen noodles and seaweed - uh yeah. that counts.

A friend at would eat ramen noodles uncooked as a snack.
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« Reply #21 on: May 06, 2007, 03:13:28 PM »

Andrew likes to ask people strange questions.  One time he asked my grandmother (who grew up on a farm in NE during the dust bowl), "If you were going to eat a human body, where would you start?"  Of course most grandmothers would have hesitated, but not mine.  She loved Andrew and knew he was serious.  Without hesitation she said, "oooh!  I'd start with the brain."  My grandmother was one of these people who would know how to cook up any part of a cow, pig, or other farm animal and make it delicious (as long as you didn't know what it was).  We wished she was still alive to watch Fear Factor.  She would have made a great contestant.
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« Reply #22 on: May 06, 2007, 03:44:49 PM »

Andrew likes to ask people strange questions.  One time he asked my grandmother (who grew up on a farm in NE during the dust bowl), "If you were going to eat a human body, where would you start?"  Of course most grandmothers would have hesitated, but not mine.  She loved Andrew and knew he was serious.  Without hesitation she said, "oooh!  I'd start with the brain." 

If you ever make a family book of written memories and quotations, you have to put that in there!

they should have a grandma fear factor, some of the stuff they make them eat the older generations grew up eating. pig snouts...calf brains...

all you need is a little mustard Wink
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« Reply #23 on: May 06, 2007, 05:20:28 PM »

Some people seem to think me strange for putting green peas (canned, I prefer canned) on top of my mashed potatoes. I love the combination personally. Makes a great topping.  And if I don't have canned peas, canned corn will do nicely. But it has to be canned or nothing in my world.
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« Reply #24 on: May 06, 2007, 05:22:47 PM »

That's not odd.  It is how we got our 4 year old to eat them, without having them all over the floor.
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« Reply #25 on: May 06, 2007, 05:26:24 PM »

Well I'm about the only person I know who prefers canned peas and corn over fresh. Baked beans are great for adding weird stuff in but I prefer weiners in it which is fairly normal I'd guess.
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« Reply #26 on: May 06, 2007, 05:29:53 PM »

Baked beans can have anything added to them.  Just last week I had a discussion with a co-worker about fixn' beans.  She uses cinnamon sugar, and butter.  I use just about an condiment that is open in the fridge.
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« Reply #27 on: May 06, 2007, 06:06:19 PM »

Back in the 60's my mother, who had never eaten Spam, saw that the local market was having a sale on it, she bought about a dozen cans. The following day she took 5 out, covered them in cherry glaze, put a pineapple ring and a cherry on the top and just before my dad came home she put them in the oven to bake. Her idea was that each of us would have a personal sized canned ham, which apparently is what she thought spam was. When my father, veteran of the 8th Air Force in WWII came in the door he looked toward the kitchen, wrinkled his nose, and said in a loud voice "I'm not gonna eat that crap again!". Turned out that his bomb group had Spam 3 times a day for a couple of months and he'd promised himself he would never eat it again. Personally I like it, think it's great for backpacking, even if it's a little heavy to carry around.

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« Reply #28 on: May 06, 2007, 06:27:08 PM »

there's more mystery meat in hot dogs than there is spam. Spam is great because you can fry it (which i prefer well done with mustard), or eat it sliced straight from the can on a sandwich. Of course now i rarely eat it mostly due to the fat and sodium content. I guess your mom was a little more creative with how it was cooked than mine..lol

it's just pork shoulder guys

alternatively it can be used as a weapon if needed
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« Reply #29 on: May 06, 2007, 08:33:15 PM »

I put hot sauce on almost anything...in soup,on spahgetti,fries,chicken burgers,sandwhices,potroast,eggs,you name it...yes...with veggies too...

I am guilty of that.  Curse the tastiness of the habanero pepper!

People tend to find my fondness for potatoes and potato products a bit strange, particularly my habit of mixing and matching.  For example, I have been known to use mashed potatoes as a dipping sauce for potato chips.  Personally I feel you can never get enough starch.  Wink
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