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Johnbisonbear

8/7/2018 10:49:53 PM
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oh yum!

  
4U2NV:0) said "Plain Macaroni with cooked tomatoes... mmmmm "

not sure why but we called this dish 'skates' when we were kids.  
 
Have you ever made this dish with cut up cheese, buttered cracker crumbs on top and baked in the oven? More cheese pieces on top? Delish!

Pawprints

8/7/2018 11:31:12 PM
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We must be related

  
Grace1956 said "This will gross most people. My husband will not let me eat this if he is in the house. I will if he’s away... Chicken feet..... "

My family (not me though) also loves chicken feet in a cream sauce! ICK......I still have nightmares seeing those things sticking out of the fry pan soaking in cream...LOL!!!  
And lets not forget about head cheese (pigs feet with garlic)...UGH!!!!  
 
Another family fav is what I call Beaners....weiners and beans mixed together.

DadOf2

8/8/2018 8:26:12 AM
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My breakfast weekend treat...

used to be fresh, uncooked hamburger meat, seasoned with salt, pepper and white onions on a fresh buttered bun.  
For evening treats I still afford myself once in a while kosher pickled herring on a sandwich or pickled smoked wieners. I eat the wieners right out of the jar with horseradish mustard.

GhOsTID

8/12/2018 1:18:16 AM
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Abbysmum said "
  
Adam said "Fun thread. From a young age (about 2) kiddo liked his edamame beans and hummus. We figured we were lucky parents.  
 
When my brother and I were kids we went through an experimental kick where we figured we’d come up with the next great food. Best to come out of it were:  
- ritz crackers crumbled on toast  
- kool aid apples. Basically punch a hole in an apple with a corer, pour kool aid in the middle and microwave it  
For some reason neither one caught on "

Your kool aid apples got marketed as Grapples, I think. "

Not Kool Aid but bird repellent(seriously) :-P

TEN

8/12/2018 7:56:30 AM
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I love french fry sandwiches. Bread with lots of butter wrapped around 5 or 6 fries.

Deb1

8/12/2018 9:03:47 AM
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Fry sandwich reminded me of spaghetti sandwich that I knew a person liked it. Spaghetti and meat sause in a bun.  
I have had couple of food that are unusual. Lamb tongue and lamb liver.  
 
Edited by Deb1, 2018-08-12 09:06:15

<3

8/12/2018 2:31:13 PM
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McDonald’s

French fries and honey!

Fabulous4

8/12/2018 4:25:30 PM
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eggs

My kids like cheddar popcorn seasoning on top of their scrambled eggs!

north of 54

8/12/2018 4:36:01 PM
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Vegetable soup sandwiches

My father and I used to enjoy vegetable soup sandwiches - empty a can of condensed veg soup (always Campbells) into a colander to drain the liquid - add some mayo and spread on bread. Haven't eaten it for years - mother and sister thought it was weird.

GhOsTID

8/12/2018 4:39:28 PM
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TEN said "I love french fry sandwiches. Bread with lots of butter wrapped around 5 or 6 fries. "

In the UK I believe they call that a chip butty, I know I saw a video of Gordon Ramsay preparing one LOL.  
 
It's not super odd but I still enjoy potato chip/doritos alone or just for texture on a sandwich. Doritos along side a hot dog on a bun was a lunch favourite for me in school, my neighbors from Northern Ireland introduced me to the glory of a crisp(potato chips) sandwich for a meal though. I had always dreamed of having it and they made it a reality! hehe

Abbysmum

8/13/2018 10:18:04 AM
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Parthenon

  
Deb1 said "Fry sandwich reminded me of spaghetti sandwich that I knew a person liked it. Spaghetti and meat sause in a bun.  
I have had couple of food that are unusual. Lamb tongue and lamb liver.  
 
Edited by Deb1, 2018-08-12 09:06:15"

I think it was called Parthenon Pizza (is that what it was called at the old BP place at 34th & Vic?), they had a spaghetti-stuffed calzone thing. Basically a pizza pop with spaghetti, meat sauce and cheese inside.  
 
Carb overload, but man... it was good!!!

Abbysmum

8/13/2018 10:19:40 AM
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Danes

  
north of 54 said "My father and I used to enjoy vegetable soup sandwiches - empty a can of condensed veg soup (always Campbells) into a colander to drain the liquid - add some mayo and spread on bread. Haven't eaten it for years - mother and sister thought it was weird. "

My husband's family is Danish. They made something similar to that for open face sandwhiches, except I think they used frozen veg (peas, carrots, etc), all tossed in mayo and and then spread on rye bread. But this reminds me of that. It was pretty good, actually.

scotchy

8/13/2018 10:38:39 AM
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A good portion of our normal foods ............. :-D

1. Roasted cow tongue  
2. Stewed cow liver  
3. Stewed cow lungs  
3. Cow tripe and beans  
4. Oxtail and beans  
5. Cow feet and beans  
6. Pigs feet/trotters  
7. Pig head  
8. Stew peas with pigtails or turkey neck  
9. "Manish water" which is just goat belly/head soup......  
10. Fried goat brains,tastes a bit like scrambled eggs but lighter  
11. Chicken foot soup  
12. Fried or stewed chicken liver  
13. Boiled and seasoned pig knuckles....  
 
..... I could go on but I think I've put enough here to gross a lot of people out.

withallduerespect

8/13/2018 10:45:36 AM
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Contest OVER!

Scotchy wins.

Heather H

8/13/2018 11:03:15 AM
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Mmm so many ideas, love mushroom soup have to try on bread until broiler!

myhandleistrain

8/13/2018 2:16:24 PM
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Scotty

I've tried some of those, but would try all! Cartilage on the joint of a chicken drumsticks and the jelly at the bottom of the pan from chicken in the fridge. Again, blame my south Saskatchewan upbringing! We only wasted the oink! on a hog!

scotchy

8/13/2018 2:27:08 PM
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We have a saying........

  
myhandleistrain said "I've tried some of those, but would try all! Cartilage on the joint of a chicken drumsticks and the jelly at the bottom of the pan from chicken in the fridge. Again, blame my south Saskatchewan upbringing! We only wasted the oink! on a hog! "

If we could catch the grunt we'd eat that too.............. :-D

PG13

8/13/2018 3:03:33 PM
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moo

cow tongue sandwich..... mmmm

PrimeConvoy

8/13/2018 3:10:21 PM
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breakfast

My family always spread cheese whiz on their pancakes before pouring the syrup over it. It’s actually quite good!

Black Star

8/13/2018 7:26:43 PM
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Bacon

Bacon jam on toast

 
 
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