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Old 08-28-2009, 02:56 PM   #26
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I don't eat many fried eggs, but, I loooooove a bit of runnyish yolk on buttered wheat toast.

Also, I like Hershey's chocolate bars. It is a unique flavor, and I don't care what's in it. I also like some of the pricey stuff, but, when I want Hershey, I want Hershey. Now, Palmer brand. Holy fucking hell!

Steak sauce on a steak. There is no reason to cover up a nice piece ( medium rare ) of beef. I am not the best at cooking steaks, but I like kosher salt...cracked black pepper...little garlic powder...butter, while I cook the meat. Now, some creamy horseradish, and some regular horseradish on the side...that gets a green light.

Cheese sauce on broccoli. I love a good ( as opposed to rotting I guess ) cheese/broccoli soup, but perfectly steamed broccoli I like with a touch of butter and salt.

Oversteamed any veggie.

My roomie, when he shovels in the food I have prepared, and doesn't even taste it. I should poison him....but....I won't.

Apple pie that is too sweet.
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Okay.. I don't do ketchup on steak. I prefer rare (pittsburg rare if they know what that is) with a puddle of tabasco on the side. And/or Heinz 57.
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Old 08-28-2009, 03:04 PM   #28
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INow, Palmer brand. Holy fucking hell!
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Re: fish: I love rubbing fish with mustard before battering and frying
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Re: fish: I love rubbing fish with mustard before battering and frying
Woah.. woah.. dry mustard powder? like catfish?
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What do you really hate to see people do to their food?

Mayonnaise on French fries?
Well-done steaks?
Scrambled eggs with ketchup?

My main one is chili with beans added to it. Serve the fucken beans on the side, fer Christ's sake: Don't put them into the chili.

But that's just me. What are yours?

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Old 08-28-2009, 03:21 PM   #31
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I grew up eating egg noodles mixed with ketchup and cottage cheese, it was called luction. Are you retching reading this?
OMG, that is so disgusting! I hate cottage cheese in any form. Probably because I used to be forced to eat it as a kid when my mom put me on a "diet".

The worst travesties I can imagine:

Fat-free cheese, pretty much just shredded plastic, it won't even melt.

My secretary's son used to eat green grapes dipped in yellow mustard. I sent him out of the room when he did this.

Putting cigarettes out in the food, ew ew ew ew, my parents did this and I used to refuse to do the dishes if I found it.

Any smoking during the meal, ruins the whole experience for me. I am so glad restaurants are smoke-free now.

Mayo on fries, wrong wrong.

Dipping fries in your Wendy's Frosty. Also wrong

Pretty much any "fake" food masquerading as real food, like fake crab, fake pasta, fake sugar in chocolate, etc. I dislike frankenfoods
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A Hungarian family once invited me over and they had egg noodles mixed with sugar, ground walnuts, and sour cream. It was oddly tasty.



Reminds me of Noodles Kugel [except you would have (egg noodles mixed with sugar,butter, cottage cheese,(raisins optional) ]- now with the summer coming to an end and Fall/Winter Approaching this is one of those wonderful comfort foods to enjoy- Good Stuff
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Woah.. woah.. dry mustard powder? like catfish?
It's good on any white fish
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I have never heard of chili WITHOUT beans or putting butter on steak
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I have never heard of chili WITHOUT beans or putting butter on steak

YES...

Chili: for me Meat only - I have to be in the mood for Bean Chili. I guess depending where you are in the US folks would feel very passionate about this....


Many of the Steakhouses would put a pat of butter on the steak - then place it in the broiler for 30 seconds or so... The Steak gets this wonderful glaze...

Buttering: Traditionally steaks have been served up with toppings to add flavor and make it a fancier meal. Mushrooms and onions sautéed in butter and garlic is a great topping, but there are so many options out there it’s impossible to name them all. One of the basic ingredients that works surprisingly well on a steak is butter. Butter adds a moist, creamy glaze to steaks without overpowering the flavor of the meat. By adding seasonings to the butter you extend the flavor. The key is to use your topping sparingly and to add flavors that make the steak better without hiding the it’s original flavor.

For instance, a basic steak topper could be softened butter mixed with green onions and crushed garlic. You want to use softened butter and not melted, since you want the topper to have a form so it can be easily spooned over top. After all, the steak will be hot when the butter hits it, so the butter will melt anyway. As that butter melts it will sink into the meat and spread over the surface creating even flavoring all over the steak.

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Old 08-28-2009, 07:15 PM   #36
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Stuffing with fruit. YUCK.

I agree with everyone about well done steak. Over cooking the meat kills the flavor. A total disrespect to the cow. It pains me when I am out and I hear someone place an order like that.
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We clearly have two schools of chili thought here. I know that Texas-style chili is meat only, but I think Cincinnati-style chili is supposed to have beans. Is there anyone from Cincy who can clear this up?
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Stuffing with fruit. YUCK.

I agree with everyone about well done steak. Over cooking the meat kills the flavor. A total disrespect to the cow. It pains me when I am out and I hear someone place an order like that.
I don't know if this is true or not ;but, I've heard that when you order a steak well done (you are not given the best cut of meat). For me it's "rare" to "medium-rare"....
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We were in Maine on vacation a couple of years ago and had a hotdog - except it had LOBSTER in it instead of a friggin' weenie.

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That's called a Lobster Roll...
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That's called a Lobster Roll...
Well, whatever the hell you call it, it was good. . . very fucking good.
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We clearly have two schools of chili thought here. I know that Texas-style chili is meat only, but I think Cincinnati-style chili is supposed to have beans. Is there anyone from Cincy who can clear this up?
Beans are entirely optional in Cincinnati-style chili. At the two most famous chili joints, Skyline and Gold Star, you order it one of several ways (it's always funny to say 3-way, and yes, that's how you order it). What makes Cincy chili unique is the spice blend that goes in it, which are an homage to its Greek history. Cinnamon and allspice are the most typical. Some contain cocoa or clove or various other spices.

The way it's eaten is also a tad peculiar. The most popular order is on top of spaghetti noodles, then topped with mounds of shredded cheddar cheese. That's a 3-way. 4-way is adding beans OR raw diced onions. 5-way is adding both. "Coneys", basically a chili cheese dog, is also popular.

I actually prefer getting chili fries, because the spaghetti is never salted or seasoned in any way, and the fries tend to soak up some of the very liquidy sauce. I get mine with no beans, onions, and a double order of diced tomatoes.
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Ketchup on spaghetti.

Nobody would do that, right?

Except my family.

My mother served buttered spaghetti and my family would dump cold ketchup on top of it and then covered it with grated processed cheese. My mother poured Campbell's tomato soup over hers because ketchup was "too spicy".

I didn't learn how bizarre our Eye-talian cuisine was until I had a girlfriend over to the house. She was polite and ate the noodles plain.

One of my brothers still eats noodles this way. His children eat noodles this way. The sins of the fathers...
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Oh, and chili should be served bean optional. Special credit if you serve it with rice.
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Beans are entirely optional in Cincinnati-style chili. At the two most famous chili joints, Skyline and Gold Star, you order it one of several ways (it's always funny to say 3-way, and yes, that's how you order it). What makes Cincy chili unique is the spice blend that goes in it, which are an homage to its Greek history. Cinnamon and allspice are the most typical. Some contain cocoa or clove or various other spices.

The way it's eaten is also a tad peculiar. The most popular order is on top of spaghetti noodles, then topped with mounds of shredded cheddar cheese. That's a 3-way. 4-way is adding beans OR raw diced onions. 5-way is adding both. "Coneys", basically a chili cheese dog, is also popular.

I actually prefer getting chili fries, because the spaghetti is never salted or seasoned in any way, and the fries tend to soak up some of the very liquidy sauce. I get mine with no beans, onions, and a double order of diced tomatoes.
Every so often I get down to Cincinnati and I like Skyline chili. The first time someone explained it to me, it sounded soooo unappetizing. But the more I thought about it the more I had to try it for myself. Cinnamon, allspice and cocoa powder in chili? On top of spaghetti?? Yum.

Whether it's chili, barbecue etc., I love to listen to people argue about what is and is not appropriate. I've found various regional twists on food to be quite good in many cases. Sometimes it's downright yummy to have an open palate. And sometimes I can't decide which is best, so I need to keep eating all the top contenders until I make up my mind.

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OMG, that is so disgusting! I hate cottage cheese in any form. Probably because I used to be forced to eat it as a kid when my mom put me on a "diet".

The worst travesties I can imagine:

Fat-free cheese, pretty much just shredded plastic, it won't even melt.

My secretary's son used to eat green grapes dipped in yellow mustard. I sent him out of the room when he did this.

Putting cigarettes out in the food, ew ew ew ew, my parents did this and I used to refuse to do the dishes if I found it.

Any smoking during the meal, ruins the whole experience for me. I am so glad restaurants are smoke-free now.

Mayo on fries, wrong wrong.

Dipping fries in your Wendy's Frosty. Also wrong

Pretty much any "fake" food masquerading as real food, like fake crab, fake pasta, fake sugar in chocolate, etc. I dislike frankenfoods
sorry about the cottage cheese thing. I never was forced to eat it during my childhood, so I can eat it without baggage. Have to agree about fat free dairy products. It's not a travesty but a tragedy inflicted upon mankind. I rather not eat anything dairy at all then be forced to eat fat free stuff. *shudder*
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Man, you must really hate New England. I love fried fish-- and I can still pick up the subtleties of it prepared this way.

Dipping toast in runny egg yolk is one of the most disgusting things to me. Ughhhh.
Sorry Tooz...actually I'm not opposed to an occasional fish and chips meal, lord knows, it can be tasty. It just disturbs me that everything from clams and mussels to lobster, scallops and shrimp gets the same, deep fried treatment. To me, deep frying a scallop is the equivalent of a well-done porterhouse steak.
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I am here you so y'all can rip me apart. I like:

- A well done steak. I won't complain if it's a little chewy, thought I hope it will have some crispy fat bits attached to it. I'll be smothering it in ketchup anyway. Which leads me to . . .

- When I used to eat lamb chops, I put ketchup all over them, too. I guess when I was little, they looked like beef to me, and the ketchup became a habit. Don't worry, I don't eat lamb any more.

- I will cook just about anything in the microwave. Usually, I blast chicken breasts in there and dinner is served in about four minutes.

- I eat fat-free cheese. It's not that bad. It's usually higher in protein, if lower in taste.

- Sometimes, I might talk to my food, either out loud or in my head. When I do, I'm most likely giving a sad thanks to the animal that lost its life so I could dine on it. I gotta get off the meat . . . as soon as it stops being so tasty.

On the bright side, I eat a lot of fruits and vegetables, and I'm pretty fussy about them whether raw or cooked.
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I am definitely an odd eater...Id say blame my parents, but i eat things that are much stranger than they'd touch sometimes.

- I eat miracle whip on my corn on the cob.
- I put sugar on top of my spaghetti (with the sauce and noodles mixed of course)
- My family eats salt on watermelon
- I make sauces to dip my meats in which many times will consist of miracle whip, sweet soy sauce, honey mustard, ketchup, bbq sauce, or any other mix of various condiments which i will sometime also mix a bit of garam marsala or curry into.

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I won't eat a steak if it's anything less than medium well and forget it if there isn't ketchup or blue cheese dressing around.

Ham must have ketchup as well as eggs and hashbrowns.

As for what I consider off limits...

Fried fish...don't you want to eat fish and not breading?

Mayo and jello...my Gramma found this recipe out of Country Music magazine once that was called Alan Jackson salad.

Bottom Layer: Lime jello, melted sherbert, crushed pineapple

Middle Layer: walnuts and mayo

Top layer: Red jello of your choice and orange or strawberries floated

BARF

Cottage cheese and salsa

Cream cheese and salsa

Chocolate and peanut butter...what the hell did that chocolate do to you!?
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