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#1 Posted on 17.4.04 1647.03
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Not like "Fear Factor" weird, but there must be something that you eat that makes your friends go "DANG!", or vice-versa, whether it's a not-quite-mainstream food or a weird combination that most wouldn't think of. I'd say I'm pretty mainstream, like this morning I put salsa on my Sausage McMuffin with Egg and today at lunch (which I was just eating, alone, and kind of got me on this li'l tangent) I had a chicken burrito with ranch dressing. Some might have a hard time with my choice of condiments, however.

On the other hand, I can remember as plain as day one time I went out to Denny's for breakfast with a buddy of mine. I think they were running a promo where you got three eggs, three pancakes, three strips of bacon, and hashbrowns for like $4.95, a perfect breakfast when you're around 22 and you've been out drinking all night and had like three hours sleep.

Anyway, my friend orders his eggs "over-medium", no surprise to me, nor is it a surprise when he puts the eggs on top of his pancakes. After that, my friend takes his hashbrowns and puts them on top of the eggs. Now, my friend has a ketchup "thing", and he takes the ketchup and adds it liberally onto the hashbrowns, stops after he's done and says "Damn. I was forgot about the pancakes under there. Now I can't put any maple syrup on this." Of course, he thinks about it a moment and ADDS IT ANYWAY. Argh!

To recap (by layer): Pancakes, over-medium eggs (with runny yolks, of course), hashbrowns, ketchup (no small amount), and maple syrup. The grossest thing for me was as he finished (yes, he ate every bite) he was scraping this brownish yolk/ketchup/syrup nasty mixture up like he hadn't eaten in weeks. G-R-O-S-S.
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#2 Posted on 17.4.04 1733.35
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People always give me strange looks when I eat Tuna(chunk light in water) straight out of the can.

My roommate puts potato chips on every sandwich he eats. I always ask him if he is 6 years old. And then he starts to smack, eh I can't stand smacking!!!!

So yeah, tuna straight out of the can. Protein !!
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#3 Posted on 17.4.04 1743.58
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I've eaten cows heart a few times, which I never knew was a food. Didn't find out til after the fact as to what the substance was; puked up a few years worth of meals. But it wasn't to bad til i found out what it was.
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#4 Posted on 17.4.04 1827.13
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I'm a nut for pickled herring, which I'm about 50 years too young to eat.
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#5 Posted on 17.4.04 1836.59
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I eat Kimchi with rice many days at work, and my pals think it'spretty wicked gross. Something I am used to.
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#6 Posted on 17.4.04 1909.10
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My friends all look at me cock-eyed when I eat at Arby's. I also like eating tomatoes the way most people would eat an apple.
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#7 Posted on 17.4.04 2038.54
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I like to dip almost anything. I love the sauces. So chicken strips go in ranch, so do fries, mozza sticks... damn, I loves me the ranch.

Ketchup too, that'll go on everything that it can possibly. Actually, I'll get odd looks when I use it for a chicken breast or something. As if I'm ruining it. Pshaw.

And Chinese Food must ALL be put together into one gigantic pile of Chinese food mush. It must be done.


I also like horse...er...
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#8 Posted on 17.4.04 2109.40
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I'm a fan of what I call recombinant cooking. Basically, I combine styles of food that often don't go together. So, for example, I'll eat pasta with a tomato sauce full of curry, or with salsa. I put curry and/or salsa on almost everything I eat. I also have a thing for macaroni with ketchup, but I don't do that all that often.

How about vinegar with fries? Or is that just a Canadian thing?
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#9 Posted on 17.4.04 2141.34
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Tortilla chips crumbled over spaghetti, with melted cheese on top. Now that be some good eatin'.


    My roommate puts potato chips on every sandwich he eats. I always ask him if he is 6 years old. And then he starts to smack, eh I can't stand smacking!!!!


Used to do that with my PB&J sandwiches, although I never smacked.

I also used to go to McDoanld's, get a hamburger Happy Meal, and then put some of the fries in between the patty and the bun, both top & bottom. Tasted good, and brings on the inevitable heart attack that much quicker.
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#10 Posted on 17.4.04 2146.16
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As a kid, I liked to eat peanut butter and dill pickle sandwiches.
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#11 Posted on 17.4.04 2155.24
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shrimp tails and the whole shell in shrimp cocktail
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#12 Posted on 17.4.04 2210.46
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    Originally posted by AWArulz
    I eat Kimchi with rice many days at work, and my pals think it'spretty wicked gross. Something I am used to.


Did you serve in Korea? I have 2 cousins who did and they just are addicted to Kimchi. I can't get past the smell.

I don't know if it's weird, but I put so much pepper on my ketchup, the ketchup turns a dark red/black.

Also, I've had a Deer meatloaf a few times while visiting family in WV.

I also love sauces, just like Goddamn Jorden. I will go through phases where I'll dip or pour Ranch or Creamy Ceaser on any or all foods.

Didn't someone last year swear by Peanut Butter and Egg sandwichs?
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#13 Posted on 17.4.04 2340.39
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I have two inventions that I love.

Macaroni and chees pizza

And a regular kind of pizza but instead of pizza sauce I use A1 sauce. Mmmm...

I'm also like the sauce addicts, except I use A1 sauce instead. I could eat that stuff on anything. Actually I've drank it out of the bottle before.
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#14 Posted on 18.4.04 0210.38
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When you live in a house and you don't have transportation, and you have a mother that's away alot, sometimes you have to be creative when it comes to food.

Some of my examples are the peanut butter and lettuce sandwich. The lettuce adds JUST the right amount of texture and it's somewhat flavorless too.

Then there's the concoction I call the "Ghetto Taco". Since there was no taco shells in the house, I took a piece of bread and melted taco cheese and jalepeno peppers on it. Then I topped it off with taco sauce.

Another one of my favorites is to take a piece of ham and lay a slice of Kraft cheese on it. Then put a baby carrot in the middle and roll it up.

It's probably not weird, but I also ALWAYS mix 7up/Sierra Mist with Mountain Dew.


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#15 Posted on 18.4.04 0306.40
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    Originally posted by DarkRenegade


    Then there's the concoction I call the "Ghetto Taco". Since there was no taco shells in the house, I took a piece of bread and melted taco cheese and jalepeno peppers on it. Then I topped it off with taco sauce.




About 20 years ago, when we got our first microwave, I used to make "Ghetto Pizzas".

Toast 2 slices of bread, then nuke it with your favorite toppings. At 7 years old, that was heaven. Both of my parents worked and my older brother was never home, so I had to fend for myself.
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#16 Posted on 18.4.04 0537.25
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"How about vinegar with fries? Or is that just a Canadian thing?"

Good lord no, that's like one of the food-based national treasures over here in the Uck. 'Cept for me...I like pepper on my chips, dammit.

My mum's two favourite sandwich fillings: Jam and cheese, and banana and Marmite. EWWWWW.

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#17 Posted on 18.4.04 0553.24
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PB and J burritos. Not all that wierd, but on corn tortillas it gets a bit interesting. Also

Burritos with cow tongue, kinda spongy, but good.

Thai Chicken pizza, with peanut sauce instead of tomato. But you can get that at chic pizzarias.

I know people who dip regular pizza into ranch, and that's wrong.

My brother used to, and still will, dip Saltines into Kool-aid. I still will eat powdered Country Time lemon drink. It's like those Dip-a-sticks.

Oh, and a piece of bread with tonpenade (more or less crushed kalamata olives), little bit of olive oil, and balsamic vineagar, some cheese, and sliced fuji apples, or golden delicious. Also like to put apples into Thai style curries I make.
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#18 Posted on 18.4.04 0640.46
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    Originally posted by Iago


    I know people who dip regular pizza into ranch, and that's wrong.


Wrongly delicious is what it is, is what it is.

    Originally posted by oldschoolhero
    My mum's two favourite sandwich fillings: Jam and cheese, and banana and Marmite. EWWWWW.


I don't get the marmite thing. Its like some sort of weird dirt substance. An Aussie friend of mine used to have it on sandwiches and, after trying it, I wasn't sure if I could be his friend anymore.
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#19 Posted on 18.4.04 0815.46
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I used to eat peanuts shell and all when I was a kid, until someone told me that it probably isn't too good for the stomach and intestines since the shell won't break down that easily. I used to make ghettos smores when I was a kid too. A saltine cracker topped with 2 mini marshmallows, a couple chocolate chips and another saltine to complete the sandwich. Its not that weird but I love White Castle and the waffle house (the Texas cheesesteak samich)
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#20 Posted on 18.4.04 1144.02
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A former indy manager I know created something absolutely genius while working at a classic drive-in in Manitowoc, WI.

Ergo:
* take a fully cooked bratwurst
* butterfly it
* stuff it with a little cheddar cheese
* close bratwurst back up
* wrap it in bacon...don't be skimpy
* and now DEEP-FRY THE WHOLE MOTHER.

Now THAT'S good Wisconsin chow.
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