What things SHOULDN'T go together?

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Re: What things SHOULDN'T go together?

Post by briellejee » 08 Mar 2018, 21:10

SparklesonPages wrote:
08 Mar 2018, 12:55
briellejee wrote:
08 Mar 2018, 11:27
SparklesonPages wrote:
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I’ve gone for supper at someone’s house and had a ton of slimy, fishy sardines slapped onto my bed of white rice. That should never again happen in history !
try mixing the sardines with beaten egg!! crush the sardines into mush and mix it with the beaten egg and fry until the egg looks like its cooked! thouhg it may look like mushy and a bit yucky but i swear it tastes good! :wink:
I love sardines usually. I cube onion, tomatoes, add grated garlic and cilantro, 2 tsp lemon juice. Everything stirred in the sardines and briefly fried up in a tbsp of olive oil delish !
I’ll give it a try your way.
Raw over rice though is a resounding no lol

ohhh also add the onion, tomatoes and garlic with the beaten egg! tell me how it goes! i'll try your way too since i havent done with a lemon juice! tell me how it goes !
that, i agree with. raw over rice is just a big fat no lol

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Post by briellejee » 08 Mar 2018, 21:11

SparklesonPages wrote:
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briellejee wrote:
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SparklesonPages wrote:
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My son insists that pineapples have no place on pizza, he’s the only one in the house that won’t do it.
I make Christmas rice with bits of veg, apples and grapes 8) and I swear it’s delish :P
your son's a genius! :geek2: actually im also the only one who dont like pineapples on pizza :lol: what's the ratio of rice and the fruits though?
In all fairness, it’s 3 cups of rice to 1 Apple cubed small and maybe 12 grapes halved.
regards to your son!
wow that's a lot of rice. is the rice fried or just plain rice?

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Post by SparklesonPages » 09 Mar 2018, 01:09

briellejee wrote:
08 Mar 2018, 21:11
SparklesonPages wrote:
08 Mar 2018, 12:57
briellejee wrote:
08 Mar 2018, 11:24


your son's a genius! :geek2: actually im also the only one who dont like pineapples on pizza :lol: what's the ratio of rice and the fruits though?
In all fairness, it’s 3 cups of rice to 1 Apple cubed small and maybe 12 grapes halved.
regards to your son!
wow that's a lot of rice. is the rice fried or just plain rice?
It’s a very large pot of fried rice. Oh yes, Christmas rice for a family of 15 !

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Post by munajimah25 » 09 Mar 2018, 11:47

Yam with okro stew....huuusssh...i cant imagine how it will taste..

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Post by briellejee » 10 Mar 2018, 00:54

SparklesonPages wrote:
09 Mar 2018, 01:09
briellejee wrote:
08 Mar 2018, 21:11
SparklesonPages wrote:
08 Mar 2018, 12:57


In all fairness, it’s 3 cups of rice to 1 Apple cubed small and maybe 12 grapes halved.
regards to your son!
wow that's a lot of rice. is the rice fried or just plain rice?
It’s a very large pot of fried rice. Oh yes, Christmas rice for a family of 15 !
FRIED RICE! now that makes sense!!! everything with fried rice is amazing,\. fried rice itself is amazing!! now that's a big fam! enjoy cooking aight? xoxo

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Post by WendyB80 » 10 Mar 2018, 11:27

There are lots of things I don't care for, but a former coworker used to make this tuna salad that had fruit in it. It looked weird and I never had the courage to taste it but I don't think it would have tasted good either. I'm iffy on tuna anyway, but with fruit? Nope.

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Post by Camille Turner » 12 Mar 2018, 15:42

I live in Colombia with my husband (who is Colombian and coincidentally a chef) and he and other people here love to put cheese in their hot cocoa...I find it a horrible combination!!

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Post by R-Myra » 13 Mar 2018, 14:20

I've heard that bitter gourd should not be taken with curd 'cause it can be harmful for our health. Also soup and hot/warm milk should not be taken in one day 'cause it makes our stomach upset. :snooty:
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Post by christine gacheri » 14 Mar 2018, 12:33

Cate winslet wrote:
08 Mar 2018, 10:32
potatoes and ugali...
what kind of potatoes?

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Post by Bianka Walter » 19 Mar 2018, 06:45

I once went on a 5 day hike with a few of our friends. On the third night, we stupidly left the bag with all the food in it outside the tent. The animals had a huge party with all our food that night. Needless to say, we had two more days to walk with not much left.
Included in our rations were: Peanut Butter; a LOT of carrots; and Marmite. I have no idea what possessed us to bring these very random items with us, but I can tell you with absolute certainty that the three do not mix!
We spent the next two days dipping carrots in peanut butter and Marmite. It was horrific!
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Post by SparklesonPages » 19 Mar 2018, 11:08

WendyB80 wrote:
10 Mar 2018, 11:27
There are lots of things I don't care for, but a former coworker used to make this tuna salad that had fruit in it. It looked weird and I never had the courage to taste it but I don't think it would have tasted good either. I'm iffy on tuna anyway, but with fruit? Nope.
My goodness ! Fruit in tuna salad you say?! That gives me the heeby gebbies !

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Post by SparklesonPages » 19 Mar 2018, 11:11

Camille Turner wrote:
12 Mar 2018, 15:42
I live in Colombia with my husband (who is Colombian and coincidentally a chef) and he and other people here love to put cheese in their hot cocoa...I find it a horrible combination!!
Cheese in hot cocoa sounds like a swift trip to the potty! That’s just a overall dangerous combination.

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Post by SparklesonPages » 19 Mar 2018, 11:13

Bianka Walter wrote:
19 Mar 2018, 06:45
I once went on a 5 day hike with a few of our friends. On the third night, we stupidly left the bag with all the food in it outside the tent. The animals had a huge party with all our food that night. Needless to say, we had two more days to walk with not much left.
Included in our rations were: Peanut Butter; a LOT of carrots; and Marmite. I have no idea what possessed us to bring these very random items with us, but I can tell you with absolute certainty that the three do not mix!
We spent the next two days dipping carrots in peanut butter and Marmite. It was horrific!
Ha that was a pretty random selection for sure but it certainly makes for a great story after the fact. I can’t imagine two days of that combination!

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Post by Lincolnshirelass » 20 Mar 2018, 05:43

Recently saw an Infomercial (should get out more!) where they put mayo and ketchup on THE SAME BURGER. Nooooooooo!!!
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Post by Camille Turner » 20 Mar 2018, 08:50

SparklesonPages wrote:
19 Mar 2018, 11:11
Camille Turner wrote:
12 Mar 2018, 15:42
I live in Colombia with my husband (who is Colombian and coincidentally a chef) and he and other people here love to put cheese in their hot cocoa...I find it a horrible combination!!
Cheese in hot cocoa sounds like a swift trip to the potty! That’s just a overall dangerous combination.
Haha! Agreed...no thank you!

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