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Old 09-04-2009, 08:24 PM   #126
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- People that ask their spouse whether they will like something or not. Put the food in your damn gob and find out. I know it's not really an "edible" peeve, but men/women who have lost the will to just try stuff and make their own decisions regarding the taste of food should be euthanized.
This used to happen to me a LOT back in my dating days. I made it my custom to go to an Italian restaurant on the first date, and the chef knew me well enough to send out calamari 'extra rare' on request. I figured if the lady had enough gumption to fight it out with a main dish that grabbed her fork away, she was a keeper.
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Old 09-05-2009, 06:06 AM   #127
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Only small ones, bio friendly and stuff.
We do have chicken farms and dairy farms.
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Old 09-05-2009, 03:36 PM   #128
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Back when I was a kid we went fishing and/or crabbing every day during the summer, so we had fish and/or crab every day. After a while it got boring. We had crab salad a lot. lol
It must just be because I live in a central province then... I rarely get to eat crab and lobster, and on the rare occasion that I do eat it I usually paid a fortune for it.
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Old 09-06-2009, 04:56 PM   #129
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Why do people ruin perfectly good peanut butter cookies by putting sugar on the top? Overly sweet pastries are vile!
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Old 09-07-2009, 01:17 PM   #130
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Why do people ruin perfectly good peanut butter cookies by putting sugar on the top? Overly sweet pastries are vile!
But that's the best way! It provides a really nice crisp and keeps them from drying out too quickly. I usually counteract the sweetness by adding a little more salt into the cookie and by baking them into bars so there's more cookie to sugar ratio.
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Old 09-07-2009, 02:51 PM   #131
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Cottage cheese on baked potatoes. Ketchup on mac and cheese. Fries dipped in Wendys frosty.
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Old 09-08-2009, 09:37 PM   #132
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not sure if this constitutes a travesty but i thought it was a pretty funny combination: wine & cereal
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Old 09-08-2009, 10:43 PM   #133
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Cottage cheese on baked potatoes. Ketchup on mac and cheese. Fries dipped in Wendys frosty.
I'm with you on all but the last one. The last one is okay, but they're actually better plain!
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Old 09-30-2009, 01:40 PM   #134
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When ribs are smothered in BBQ sauce(especially at some restaurants where they dont serve BBQ sauce on the side as an option) when ribs taste mouth watering good w/o it.

My cousin used to eat koolaide and noodles mixed.
My brother ate baked potato w/ marshmellows in it (more apprpriate for sweet potatos in my opinion)

Anything low-fat/fat-free/low carb: does not make me feel nourished-better off eating paper

I, too, dont like it when someone extinguishes cigarrettes into leftover food, scraps could be saved instead.

velveeta mac n cheese: does not beat the traditional homemde Mac n cheese. ever.

Now for some of my favorites:
medium rare steak with its trimmings and some seasoning and/or butter on a grill
smoked country style ribs (hold the BBQ sauce!)
lemon-pepper brisket on grill(smoked)
3 cheese homemade mac n cheese
sweet potato pie
peach cobbler
rhubard pie(not sure if spelled right)
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Old 09-30-2009, 03:53 PM   #135
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When ribs are smothered in BBQ sauce(especially at some restaurants where they dont serve BBQ sauce on the side as an option) when ribs taste mouth watering good w/o it...
ABSOLUTELY!! I love ribs without sauce. btw, welcome to Dims!
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Old 09-30-2009, 04:20 PM   #136
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My roommate cooks his ramen noodles with a sunny side up egg in the mix.

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Old 09-30-2009, 04:42 PM   #137
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That actually sounds good. Think about it when you order chinese food - many of their noodle dishes come with scrambled egg mixed in.
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Old 09-30-2009, 06:43 PM   #138
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and the food transvestite thread is back! lol

...heres one...pork chops...just the mere existence...gag lol
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I'm one of the unlucky few that grew up with a grandma that couldn't cook a thing worth eating! She is famously bad. Most anything she makes is a food travesty but here is an especially bad example:
she screwed up a French Dip! She overcooked a beef roast and rather than making au jus she used the drippings off the meat alone! But those drippings weren't in a cup to dip in. Nooooo...instead she took the top piece of bread and dipped it in the drippings prior to serving the sandwich! It was all soggy and awful. She ate hers with a fork and knife. When I asked her why she would do that she replied "that's how all the nice restaurant serve these." My reply was "nice restaurants don't serve French Dips at all." My grandpa just kept looking from his plate to her very confused and still quite hungry. Poor guy's been suffering for almost 50 years now.
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Oh man, one of my grandmothers is a terrible cook as well. Here's one for ya:
She cooks her chicken pot pie with chicken thighs. With bones in them.
Crust, gravy, and chicken with bones. Why even make a pie!?!
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Old 09-30-2009, 08:45 PM   #141
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Damn. You actually said that to your Grandma?

I say that if after 50 years a person refuses to cook for themselves...if the food that someone has kindly made them is so hideous...then they deserve to go hungry.
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My grandma has seasoning issues (the poor taste buds are dying) and yea, we don't particularly like it. But considering that she's taking the time out to cook for us because we're too busy working/schooling, it's not a big deal.
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My grandma has seasoning issues (the poor taste buds are dying) and yea, we don't particularly like it. But considering that she's taking the time out to cook for us because we're too busy working/schooling, it's not a big deal.
CAUTIONARY NOTE: Although taste diminishes slightly with age it's mostly the olfactory (smell) sense. If basic tastes (sweet, salt, bitter) start to disappear it can be a sign of Parkinson's. Might want to have her checked? Malnutrition/starvation is actually one of the leading mortality factors for Parkies. No tastee, no eatie.

And as long as I'm here - chicken wings! WTF?!? When I was younger these things were called CAT FOOD! What'll they be foisting on us next? Necks?

Side note: chicken feet are considered a delicacy in China and they buy most of what we used to discard as unsuitable even for cat food.
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Ketchup on eggs (particularly over-easy eggs) that gets all gloppy and gross. Also, ketchup on hash browns. Basically, I think ketchup is NOT for breakfast.

Dipping french fries into a milkshake. Ew.

And my all-time-most-disgusting EVER.. my ex husband used to mix scoops of vanilla ice cream.. with BEER. OMG yuck.
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Ketchup on eggs (particularly over-easy eggs) that gets all gloppy and gross. Also, ketchup on hash browns. Basically, I think ketchup is NOT for breakfast.

Dipping french fries into a milkshake. Ew.

And my all-time-most-disgusting EVER.. my ex husband used to mix scoops of vanilla ice cream.. with BEER. OMG yuck.
I had ice cream made with beer. It was amazing.
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Damn. You actually said that to your Grandma?

I say that if after 50 years a person refuses to cook for themselves...if the food that someone has kindly made them is so hideous...then they deserve to go hungry.
I only wish my Grandma was still alive and would cook some pork chops, sauerkraut, and boiled potatoes or sauerbraten and spaetzle. Or rouladen. And I would kill for one of her doughnuts, peach or apple tarts, and Christmas cookies. Even a bad French dip if I could see my grandparents again just once more.

Sorry. Back to food travesties.
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Now I feel like a total bitch for saying my grandmother is a bad cook. But honestly... if a person is a bad cook, they are a bad cook. (I'm one too.) It doesn't mean I love her any less or that I'd sit there and make her feel bad about it... nor would I ever refuse to eat something she's made me.
And for the record, I don't eat poultry, beef or pork at all anyway and she's aware of that so I've never tried her creepy chicken pot pie with bones. It just blows my mind that she and my grandfather enjoy that meal.

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Now I feel like a total bitch for saying my grandmother is a bad cook. But honestly... if a person is a bad cook, they are a bad cook. (I'm one too.) It doesn't mean I love her any less or that I'd sit there and make her feel bad about it... nor would I ever refuse to eat something she's made me.
And for the record, I don't eat poultry, beef or pork at all anyway and she's aware of that so I've never tried her creepy chicken pot pie with bones. It just blows my mind that she and my grandfather enjoy that meal.
Aww, don't feel bad. My Meemah is pretty bad, too. Only when she gets "experimental" and veers away from recipes she knows. I went to see her one day with a friend of mine, and after swimming in the pool for a while, we came inside to have dinner. The woman had formed chicken cordon bleu in a ring, filled the center with stuffing, dumped cream of mushroom soup on top, and lined the whole affair with pineapple rings. It must have been "spring cleaning the cabinets" day, yyyyyyyikes.
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here is an awsome food travesty-I say awsome because it's sooo gross it makes a great story

When I was about 10, my Mom pre-cooked some burger patties to store in the freezer. Good thinking for tough times. BUT she also included adding dry chow-mein noodles into those patties. Sooo when I took out a patty and put all the fixins on it, I took a bite and these long grey soggy wormy things came out with the bite. I fed it to the dog, told mom it was good, went upstairs, stole some change, told mom I was going outside to play, then went to Burgerking. Mom wasnt the kind of person you say "this is nasty" or "im not hungry" to. You ate or got your ass wooped or grounded, lol.
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