Posted: 5/24/2007 12:42:40 PM
|Ewww...vegemite and ANYTHING is odd.|
Ketchup and cottage cheese
tuna fish and mustard
breaded and fried pickle slices
pizza with mayo
Posted: 5/24/2007 1:35:09 PM
|there is a logical chemical reason that salt makes stuff taste better...it has something to do with releasing the aroma in food or somethin...i looked it up on google one day...(gawd my life sucks at times)...|
honey and parmesan cheese
Posted: 5/24/2007 2:39:04 PM
|Geez hank, |
Your baggin vegemite and admit to pizza with mayo? Honey you need to come here and learn to love vegemite!
Posted: 5/24/2007 5:11:53 PM
|Hmmmm....28. Australian. I think I could Love vegemite!|
Posted: 5/24/2007 7:26:21 PM
|charon...here poutine is fries with gravy and mozza on them...i guess cheese curds wouldnt be as messy|
Posted: 5/25/2007 12:52:12 AM
|Mustard on bacon.|
Cottage cheese and spaghetti oh's :)
Salt on watermelon. (just a little)
Posted: 5/26/2007 10:04:09 PM
|Onion rings with crumbled or creamed feta cheese.|
Beer floats (with a small scoop pf frozen sour cream).
And you thought you knew strange... ;)
Posted: 5/27/2007 5:34:05 PM
|Congrats to you all. Success has been achieved. I am now officially off my dinner.|
Posted: 6/1/2007 5:35:34 PM
|Chocolate and chicken go together nicely (boneless, skinless chicken thighs wrapped around a piece of chocolate).|
I cook two different kinds of smoked salmon pizza, one copied from Wolfgang Puck's in Las Vegas.
I made the garlic ice cream from The Stinking Rose restaurant. That tasted good.
Posted: 6/1/2007 5:51:34 PM
|*I made the garlic ice cream from The Stinking Rose restaurant. That tasted good.*|
two of my most favoritest things...spoiled...
Posted: 6/2/2007 3:34:23 AM
cheese food single slice
sweet pickles(sliced length wise)
best foods mayo
on white bread
coffee mug of diet pepsi-heated in the microwave for about a minute. Hot and bubbley hits the spot.
Posted: 6/2/2007 7:36:56 AM
|The garlic flavour in the garlic ice cream was actually kind of subtle, because the ice cream is cold and possibly the sulphur compounds responsible for a lot of the flavour/aroma are soluble in the custard. But, by all means either visit that restaurant, or try some of their recipes if you like garlic.|
A lot of us are concerned about hamburgers, as we are getting too much saturated fat and calories in our diet. In Mediterranean cuisine, we often find things made of spiced pea flour, falafel being one form of this. If you make up falafel with about half to two thirds of the water called for, and mix it with ground meat, you can get a high fibre, low fat burger. The falafel is spiced, so you probably don't need to add spice to the burger, and it acts as a binder, partly because less water was used. It cooks more or less the same as regular ground meat. A downside is that when cooked, the inside is still green. You can add paprika to move the colour towards reds and browns, and the flavour of paprika works okay with the burger.
Posted: 6/23/2007 7:25:11 PM
|i'll take a rain cheque on the garlic ice cream...certain foods ought not be tampered with...ice cream being one...i dont like a cooked(custard) ice cream anyway...too rich|
Posted: 6/24/2007 5:27:20 PM
|On the salt + anything comment. To be precise, salt draws water to wherever it is, thats why eating a lot of salt causes water retention and higher blood pressure.|
In food, it takes the water inside and forces it to be released. Water is the main carryer for any chemicals other than fat, so everything that was trapped inside the food gets released as the water seeps out.
I used to be strong on Peanut butter, Jelly, honey, Banana and cheese sandwitches when I was a kid.
I'm from montreal so I've also had my share of poutine (fries, gravy, cheese curds and any topping that you can imagine ) but I'm trying to cut back on those.
Posted: 7/6/2007 11:40:33 PM
|In my family, we like to eat ketchup on our cottage cheese. :)|
Posted: 7/24/2007 8:40:51 PM
|lite...could i use hundred island dressing instead?...trying to watch my calory intake|
Posted: 7/26/2007 2:02:44 PM
|jalapeno bark is the noise a jalapeno dog makes...duh|
Posted: 7/30/2007 1:40:05 PM
|Apples and peanut butter.|
And my childhood favorite - toast and catsup!
An interesting note on this, I ate this almost every morning for breakfast as a kid. When my cousin came to visit I taught him about it. He grew up and became a missionary to China. He taught his kids about it... and now people in China eat toast and catsup...
Posted: 7/30/2007 6:28:43 PM
|As a kid I LOVED peanut butter and maple leaf waxed bologna.. not even in a sandwich, just spread the bologna with the PB and roll up... or cheese and peanut butter |
As a chef this is hard to admit... but I do love butter and mustard sandwiches, toast soaked with Frank's Red Hot, cheese on pickle slices ( instead of on a cracker).
Posted: 7/31/2007 6:55:09 AM
|i'm such a doofus...i looked at the previous posters user name ans saw..."violentstreak"|
*d'oh...slaps head like homer*
Posted: 7/31/2007 9:40:20 AM
|LOL Fistncuffs.... maybe i should change it????? |
I literally snorfled out loud
Posted: 9/7/2007 8:44:14 AM
|My sister dips her pizza crust in her Diet Coke and her Fries in Chocolate Ice Cream. |
I love adding almost any sauce or seasoning to my mashed potatoes. I come from a large Italian family and sometimes add my grandma's leftover sauce to my mashed potatoes. I get in trouble every time! LOL!