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#21 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.38
The normal food I eat all the time that almost no one I know eats, and everyone looks at me weird when I do, is coleslaw.

I am also an advocate of putting fries on hamburgers.



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When I was a bit younger and always on the go, I'd pile up whole dinners and stuff it between two slices of bread. So, on any given Sunday, I'd have a turkey, stuffing, macaroni & cheese, broccoli (Or any other green vegetable) and gravy sandwich. The meat and vegetable would change often, or the mac & cheese would become mashed potatoes, but whatever it was, it was a sandwich. I managed to pass that down another generation.

While that wasn't too odd, I don't think... The one thing that raises eyebrows to a bunch of people that I do is original Doritos and plain vanilla ice cream. Whenever I sit down to enjoy this treat, the first question I seem to get is "Are you pregnant or something?"... Don't know why, but it's an awesome dessert. It's also great with pretzels.

Now, I've been eating this for years before Ben OR Jerry decided to come up with Chubby Hubby Ice Cream.



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#23 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.15
I also dip regular pizza into Ranch sauce. I don't think that's too odd, after all most pizza places have it as a dipping sauce.

Probably the most weird thing I eat on a regular basis is an Oatmeal Omlette. About 10 egg whites and 1/2 cup of uncooked oats. Protein + carbs and you're set for the day.


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#24 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.05
Tomatoes w/ vinegar & sugar, as a side dish to dinner.

-peel the tomatoes
-slice 'em
-stick them in the fridge to chill until dinner
-pull them out, pour a bit of vinegar on each slice, then sprinkle sugar on top



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#25 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.90
    Originally posted by OKterrific
    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.


Funnily enough there's a burger joint in... er... Virginia I think that specializes in burgers-with-fries like that. The owner guy said something about catering to truckers on the go. Imagine your concoction but with real homemade fries and a non-McDonald's burger.

I haven't wanted to move that bad since I first saw real Chicago deep-dish pizza.

I used to enjoy the occasional mustard-and-white-bread sandwich when I was younger. And there was a restaurant here years ago that served a chili-cheese hamburger with a big ol' brat on top that I was a big fan of. I think back now and wonder why I didn't die of a heart attack when I was twelve.

I'm also just about the only guy I know who prefers mustard (with NO ketchup, thanks) on his fries.



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#26 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.81
    Originally posted by Nate The Snake
    I'm also just about the only guy I know who prefers mustard (with NO ketchup, thanks) on his fries.


I'm the same way... ever since I changed my diet three years ago, on the rare occasions that I do eat fries, I get several packets of mustard to go with them. Ketchup's too sugary for me anymore.

Another thing I just thought of (that I don't eat anymore, unfortunately) are peanut butter and bacon sandwiches. My mom first made one for me about 10 years ago, and I've been craving them ever since. It must not be too unusual, as I remember a restaurant back home in PA used to serve that sandwich, but it seems to be unheard of around here.

And lastly, if you should ever find yourself in Appleton, I pity you... but while you're here, try a bleu cheese pizza at the Adler Brau. Absolutely delicious.

(edited by OKterrific on 18.4.04 1931)

(edited by OKterrific on 18.4.04 1933)

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#27 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.24
I put peanut butter & maple syrup on my pancakes and waffles. I'm not sure how weird the peanut butter is, but, I don't know anyone else outside of my family that does them up like that. Although, I hate for my bacon/sausage to get mixed in with my syrup.




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#28 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.47
I make a mean Alligator Stew. I slow cook it at a low heat and the meat just melts in your mouth. Kind of tastes like pork. In fact, I have about 10 lbs of gator meat and gator burgers in my fridge right now.



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#29 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.69
    Originally posted by OKterrific
    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.


OH MY GOD...
I thought I was the only person who ate peanut butter and potato chip sandwiches!
Sour Cream & Onion & Crunchy Jiff....mmmm mmm.

And I also like peanut butter on my pizza, per the suggestion of Michelangelo. :)



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Since: 29.1.02
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#30 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.25
How about vinegar with fries? Or is that just a Canadian thing?

Oooooh, that was one of the best memories of the Wildwood (NJ) boardwalk I have from childhood. They gave you the fries in this paper cup, and you could pump vinegar on them from a giant vat-like container. The best part was getting to the bottom of that cup. By the end, the vinegar had seeped through the paper and the last of the fries were swimming in a little sea of vinegar and salt. End the night with one of those blocks on Neopolitan ice cream between two waffles and you just had yourself a fine meal!

My brother and mother still eat mayo sandwiches. God forbid if it's Miracle Whip - apparently that makes a difference. After a night of drunken debauchery in college, my roommate, friends of ours, and I decided we needed to eat. We raided the fridge and had nothing that looked appetizing except baby carrots and a can of chocolate frosting. So we combined the two, and a great post-drinking snack was born. :)



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#31 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.95

    Originally posted by Zeruel
      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.


I did the exact same thing, just in the toaster - bread, tomato sauce, cheddar cheese and onions. Great stuff.

I ate lots of condiments as a kid. Ketchup was (and is) number one. I would put it on macaroni and cheese and turn it pink.

I'd also eat Gatorade (the powdery kind, I just didn't add water), and bullion cubes from the cupboard.

(edited by asteroidboy on 19.4.04 1938)


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#32 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.52
For a couple of years while working at Marsh Supermarkets, my most common meal on lunch break was a Lunchable pizza combo, Breyer's yogurt and tea. I've yet to meet a single person who, when I mentioned I liked Lunchables pizza, didn't wrinkle their nose or say “ewww, gross!”

I really dunno whassupwidat.



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#33 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.74
We're sitting on a goldmine here. Someone should write a book about the weird crap our generation eats, then relate it to the rise of the working mom and more kids staying home alone. IT WOULD MAKE MILLIONS



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#34 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.18
This isn't me but whenever my girlfriend is over she raids my fridge looking for BBQ sauce. She likes the stuff so much she'll pour it on a spoon and just eat it up. Or dip popcorn in it.

Most of the time I am tempted to steal a line from Wet Hot American Summer: "You smell like a burger. It's pretty foul"



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There's a place a little outside of Chicago that sells BG Fries. The "BG" standing for butter and garlic. Most people, upon hearing what the "BG" stands for, thurn their nose up in disgust. I have never ordered the BG fries myself, but I have indulged in my friend's a couple times. They're pretty good actually. I think it's just the thought of adding butter to french fries that shocks people. Sounds like an instant heart attack.

Oh yeah. At the bottom of the bag they come in is a huge pool of butter and garlic sauce.



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Garlic fries...there is nothing WORSE than being a a Mariners game when some newbie comes into your section with a batch of those things and stinks it up for an hour. Are there other ballparks at which this would be a problem? They almost make people at Safeco violent.



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#37 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.83
Gordon Biersch garlic fries were a highlight at the Q. I can't find them in Petco park, but I've heard they are there (somewhere).



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#38 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.24
PacBell/SBC has the Gordon Biersch fries too. I've never eaten them, but I love the smell of them.




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#39 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.31
Is octopus considered strange? Because I eat that




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#40 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.47
All this talk about Fries reminded me of an earlier thread about Cheeseburger Fries (The W)



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