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Old 01-22-2006, 10:17 AM   #1
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I love high falutin' gourmet stuff, exotic stuff, good old American home cooking, select junk like a good hot dog or slice, and just about everything else besides green peppers and peanut butter. However, there are things I love that are just so weird/bad that I'm actually reluctant to tell anyone I eat them. For instance, I like canned Chef Boyardee stuff, cold. Yes, cold, straight from the can, like Mad Max's dog. My significant other thinks this is atrocious, and she's probably right. Yet I'm compelled to get a quick fix of it at least once a month. Anybody else have a craving that's indefensible? Pickled eggs from behind the bar? Generic potted meat from Pathmark? Chicken rings from White Castle?
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olive loaf & american cheese smacked dab in the middle of two pieces of white bread. A huge dollop of mayo completes this meal. Please tell me it has some nutritional value.

pizza rolls from Pathmark. I used to be able to find them. Not the frozen ones but actual mozzarella and sauce stuffed inside an eggroll wrapper. They used to serve this in grade school and the government wonders why children are developing Adult onset diabetes!

a bit of peanut butter on top of a hamburger. It melts and gets gooey and luscious.

Chicken rings from White Castle. The school I'm working in is right next to one!

Those fake instant mashed potatos topped with french onion soup mix. I haven't done this in over a year but it sounds really yummy right now.


And what I used to do about six or seven years ago for a meal. It's quite moritfying to think of now. I would take a barbers stuffed chicken breast, cook it, take a roll and mayo it up. Then placed cooked breast in the roll and eat.
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soggy frosted flakes. though thats not quite secret. i've been involved in a couple of debates around this. people get passionate.

powdered milk. used to eat it by the spoonful.
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McDonald's Double Cheeseburgers without onion. So vile. So delicious.
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vienna sausages. 'nuff said
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olive loaf & american cheese smacked dab in the middle of two pieces of white bread. A huge dollop of mayo completes this meal. Please tell me it has some nutritional value.
Hey that's one of my favorites, too, although I add a smide of horseradish for some heat. I'm sure there's nutritional value there. Um... the olives, right? They're a vegetable (or fruit) of sorts, right? *gulp* And cheese -- it has calcium. See now, it's practically a health food.
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For instance, I like canned Chef Boyardee stuff, cold. Yes, cold, straight from the can, like Mad Max's dog.

Me too, me too, me too. I love to eat the ravioli and Spaghetti-O's straight from a can.

I owe a lot of strange things I eat to where I grew up and my step-dad.

For instance, I love pickled bologna, potted meat, Vienna sausages, Dixie loaf, livercheese and fried hot dogs..pretty much any processed meat product. I rarely, if ever eat any of those anymore. Although, I do miss stopping by the little store on the way to the lake and the guy behind the counter reaching in to the big pickled bologna jar to uncoil and cut a chunk.

When I was a little girl, I remember having pig's feet, but that has not happened in about 20 years or so. I blame it on pressure from the adults.
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Peanut butter & fluff sandwich. On bland white bread, of course. I'm not sure if this was just a regional thing, but in Rhode Island, where I grew up, this was called a "fluffernutter", which, coincidentally, was my mom's favorite nickname for me as a little girl. Okay, okay, she still calls me "Fluff" sometimes now.

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It's greasy and terrible for me, but every once in a while I love to make something I created when I was a young teen.

You take a corn tortilla and cook it in oil (not a huge amount of oil, just enough to do the job) on one side until it just gets slightly crispy but is still quite flexable. Remove it to paper towels and sprinke (not too much) a mixture of salt, garlic powder and chili powders (I keep it blended and in a salt shaker for seasoning tortillas for this, tacos, nachos, etc.). Then take a hot dog that you've nuked for about 30 seconds (I like the thin dogs for this purpose), and some sliced (not grated) cheese and lay them on the side that you cooked. I use cheddar and pepper jack. Roll the dog and cheese up and secure with toothpicks. Cook until it's crispy on the outside and some of the cheese has leaked out and is fried and crispy, too. Sprinkle with a bit more seasoning. Eat. Not exactly health food but I have to have it from time to time.
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I too, love the Chef-Boy-Ar-Dee out of the can. Specifically the overstuffed italian sausage ravioli. Safeway sells them every few weeks at 10 for $10. I usually buy 20!!
The olive loaf thing sounds great too! I like a hardroll with a thick slice of liverwurst, a thick slice of raw onion, swiss cheese and spicy mustard!!
I also like Morningstar Farms soy sausage patties and peanut butter on toast. And one of my favorite beverages is putting milk, peanut butter and jelly and ice in a blender and making my own PB&J milk shake!!!!
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I like beef tongue. We had it a lot growing up - guess it was one of the cheaper cuts of meat....

I also like "Fluffernutters" - but only with chunky peanut butter. And since I grew up in NJ - the land of all-night diners - I like gravy on my french fries, a hard roll with butter for breakfast, Taylor Ham, and White Castle Cheeseburgers.

Sandie says she eats meat loaf sandwiches with lots of mayo on the. She likes tuna sandwiches with cheese and pickles, peanut butter and cream cheese on a bagel, and french fries with mayo. And strangest of all, she likes sweet pickes wrapped in American cheese.

Here's a weird food combination for you - my ex-wife (who was from the Reading PA area) made me a fried egg sandwich one night when we were dating. I took one bite, and tasted something strange. I asked her, "Did you put Miracle Whip on this?" And she said, "Of course I did!" I told her I liked butter or margerine on my fried egg sandwiches, to which she said "Yuck!"

And another one - after my ex and I got married, we were at her parents' house one Sunday, Her mother mad a big batch of hot dogs and sauerkraut, and everyone was putting Miracle Whip on their hot dogs. I asked if they had any mustard, and everyone looked at me like I had three eyes....
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I adore the skin on any kind of poultry. Crispy is best!

It bums me out when other people like it too, which means I have to share.

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Well, I haven't indulged in a while, but the shame is residual.

Velveeta. Ditto on Vienna Sausages.
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soggy frosted flakes. though thats not quite secret. i've been involved in a couple of debates around this. people get passionate.

powdered milk. used to eat it by the spoonful.
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Ok, one of mine:

Sandwich. Ingredients: white bread; BBQ sauce. Mmm. Meat? Cheese? Hell no.

Also, stove top stuffing. As a meal. As a 1-pot meal.
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Also, stove top stuffing. As a meal. As a 1-pot meal.
I've done this twice in the past month.
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Another vote for a cold can of SpaghettiOs. Or Beefaroni! ( And everytime I open a cold can of that, I think of that Seinfeld episode where Kramer feeds a can of that to a horse. )

Late Night snacking will always produce the out of the ordinary. I usually start with a flour tortilla (burrito size) and whatever cheese is on hand, and whatever else I can find to put inbetween for a fried quesadilla... sliced ham, or other sliced meat, kippers, pepperoni, sliced smoked turkey and bbq sauce, peanut-butter-cheese-and-jelly...

Grilled cheese sandwiches.. but instead of buttering the slices.. using Miracle Whip.. Note: Mwhip tends to burn in the pan so you have to flip it sooner.

Kippers: I really like them out of the can, doused in louisiana hot sauce.. or drenched in garlic basalmic dressing. Sometimes on a Zesta(tm) saltine cracker, sometimes straight.

I tend to walk past the potted meat and devilwood ham spread, and head for a quality can of chili that I can heat and dump into a bag of Fritos.
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Sandwich. Ingredients: white bread; BBQ sauce. Mmm. Meat? Cheese? Hell no.

Also, stove top stuffing. As a meal. As a 1-pot meal.
hehehe, sounds like the experiments me and my brothers used to do when little. i remember putting mayonnaise on white bread and sprinkling it with nestle quik -strawberry, not chocolate. another time my older brother mixed milk and orange juice. so of course i had to do it too.

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It's greasy and terrible for me, but every once in a while I love to make something I created when I was a young teen.

You take a corn tortilla and cook it in oil (not a huge amount of oil, just enough to do the job) on one side until it just gets slightly crispy but is still quite flexable. Remove it to paper towels and sprinke (not too much) a mixture of salt, garlic powder and chili powders (I keep it blended and in a salt shaker for seasoning tortillas for this, tacos, nachos, etc.). Then take a hot dog that you've nuked for about 30 seconds (I like the thin dogs for this purpose), and some sliced (not grated) cheese and lay them on the side that you cooked. I use cheddar and pepper jack. Roll the dog and cheese up and secure with toothpicks. Cook until it's crispy on the outside and some of the cheese has leaked out and is fried and crispy, too. Sprinkle with a bit more seasoning. Eat. Not exactly health food but I have to have it from time to time.
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Tortilla dogs is the name I gave it. They're really good, if you like dogs, tortillas and cheese, and the texture is great, too, with the crunchy and the gooey. Actually, it's just about time to make them again; it's been a few months.
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I like about anything that is cheap and ready to eat quick...at a maximum it should take no more than 5 minutes to be ready to eat...2 would be better...or no time at all would be perfect...it is about time for me...I don't like to waste much time/money on food prep/eating...I should be done with any meal in a maximum of 5 minutes...but to me...I get nothing from food...it is just a necessity in order to remain alive...like oxygen...and water from time to time...ask my wife Monique...it makes her so mad that I don't get excited at all about food.
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I've done this twice in the past month.
It's good to know that I'm not the only one who enjoys Stove Top by itself...this has always been one of my little guilty pleasures.

I used to make cheap meals for my kids out of the most inexpensive foods, and try to fancy them up a bit so that they don't seem quite so *cheap*. One of my favorites was spam, sprinkled with a healthy amount of brown sugar, and baked until browned. This is still one of my favorites.

Yesterday, I enjoyed a can of good old Dinty Moore beef stew and thought I was in heaven. I also like the canned tamales, sprinkled with a little cheese. The real thing is far better, but these are quite yummy. Frozen chimichangas cooked with lots of cheese do it for me, as well.
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I've done this twice in the past month.
Isn't it delish? In college, I used to buy the 99c box (microwaveable). I'd make it, and chop up some cheddar to go in there, and then cook it up.

My mom once asked what I was having for dinner and I told her: Stove top. And she says: With what? And I said...uh, with a fork?!



I'm gonna have to make some again. Like the old days.
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hehehe, sounds like the experiments me and my brothers used to do when little. i remember putting mayonnaise on white bread and sprinkling it with nestle quik -strawberry, not chocolate. another time my older brother mixed milk and orange juice. so of course i had to do it too.
sorry, DON"T LOVE YOU ANYMORE.

(i can't abide whip or mayo or any of that crap. it's just....no thanks.)
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I got this idea from my students years ago; they called it "River Dip", because they always made it to take to the river with them when they had a picnic there.

Put a package of cream cheese in the bottom of a bowl and press it flat. Pour a can of chili over the cream cheese; chili with ground, not chunk beef, works best. Top with tons of shredded taco cheese, and heat thoroughly. Eat with tortilla chips.

Rich, gooey, rather disgusting to look at, and GOOD. I used to make it on a snowday-a sort of celebration for the day off!
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(i can't abide whip or mayo or any of that crap. it's just....no thanks.)

Me either. And the problem is when you go out it is automatically put on almost every sandwich. Ugh. Shudder.
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