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Post by Flictering » 23 Jun 2016, 01:12

I think I found the barkeep! Hey, barkeep, I'll take some curry with my prior order. Thank you!

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Post by e-tasana-williams » 01 Jul 2016, 14:35

:roll: I don't know if it's really weird, but I used to love making spaghetti sandwiches--spaghetti w/sauce placed on top of the bread, the folded like a taco and ENJOYED! It's funny, my kids do the same thing, and they never saw me do it! So since pasta is really just a type of bread, does that mean I like bread sandwiches w/a little spaghetti sauce?

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Is this like a salad? Or something served over rice? I haven't heard of this one before, but I can see the flavors working well together.
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Post by Redlegs » 03 Jul 2016, 21:24

I used to like peanut butter and honey or cucumber and vegemite sandwiches to take to school. Vegemite also goes really well with celery - just daub it real thick down the centre of a celery stick and crunch away!
I wondered if that was how forgiveness budded; not with the fanfare of epiphany, but with pain gathering its things, packing up, and slipping away unannounced in the middle of the night.

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Post by DATo » 04 Jul 2016, 17:13

Redlegs wrote:I used to like peanut butter and honey or cucumber and vegemite sandwiches to take to school. Vegemite also goes really well with celery - just daub it real thick down the centre of a celery stick and crunch away!
Peanut butter and honey sounds good. Being a Yank I have never eaten vegemite and had it not been for the song I wouldn't even know it existed. Love to try some some day just for the experience. I haven't a clue what it would taste like though.
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Post by Redlegs » 04 Jul 2016, 20:20

DATo wrote:
Redlegs wrote:I used to like peanut butter and honey or cucumber and vegemite sandwiches to take to school. Vegemite also goes really well with celery - just daub it real thick down the centre of a celery stick and crunch away!
Peanut butter and honey sounds good. Being a Yank I have never eaten vegemite and had it not been for the song I wouldn't even know it existed. Love to try some some day just for the experience. I haven't a clue what it would taste like though.
The taste of Vegemite is very hard to describe to someone. It is a yeast extract, which sounds appalling I know, it is thick and black like a jellified tar, it is savoury and salty, and yet it is bloody delicious, especially on toast. Aussie kids are brought up on the stuff, but I can appreciate it might be hard to come to it as an adult.
I wondered if that was how forgiveness budded; not with the fanfare of epiphany, but with pain gathering its things, packing up, and slipping away unannounced in the middle of the night.

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Post by CatInTheHat » 12 Jul 2016, 15:33

French fries with mayonnaise.
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Post by Trehanna7 » 18 Jul 2016, 11:38

As a snack I love to eat a cereal like cheerios in melted peanut butter.

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Post by Strangerthanfiction » 19 Jul 2016, 15:22

I love syrup on bacon and sausage as well as scrapple

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Post by madiglancy » 26 Jul 2016, 12:20

This sounds really gross, but is AMAZING! My mother started it in college and says its the perfect hangover food lol
It is one cup of ramen noodles, cooked.
half can of tuna, drained
and a bag of barbecue chips crunched up
mix it all together and cut up the noodles and there you go!

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Post by Janujanani » 04 Aug 2016, 15:20

I love my soda floats and I enjoy it a lot. Never knew that it was actually a recipe until I'm stepped in to USA . Back in India when I was in 4 th grade I used to add coke or Fanta to my ice creams and enjoy them. I used to add Hershey chocolate syrup and gulp it full. People use to tease me abt my funny food habits. I still love it.

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Post by Lulu_Bear1243 » 11 Aug 2016, 00:29

I'm told this is weird but I like dipping grilled cheese sandwiches in applesauce. If I have no applesauce, I'll use the juice from those little fruit cups.

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Post by Amh73090 » 16 Aug 2016, 19:52

This is thanks to my best friend. Grilled cheese dipped in ketchup. I know it's strange because I also used to think it was.
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Post by Booky_BettyC » 18 Aug 2016, 02:53

I have quite a few weird food ideas that people raise an eyebrow too. I love mustard and celery as well as mustard in my mashed potatoes. I also like to mix salsa with my cottage cheese. It gives it a little something extra. Now I'm craving it! Those three are probably the weirdest for me.
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Post by Plodit » 18 Aug 2016, 07:48

Goat Milk & Caramel, I'm really Excite to have this combination.

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Post by Bill » 18 Aug 2016, 14:42

I like Sriracha on apples. Spicy and sweet at the same time.
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