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« Reply #90 on: January 15, 2007 03:24:13 PM »

That Chinese Macaroni sound delicious, have to try it sometime. I like sliced turkey and strawberry jelly sandwiches a lot. Also, a couple of summers ago, when my mother was woking for a Hindu vegetarian homeopathic internist (he taught yoga on the side Tongue), his wife would always send home all sorts of beans and lentils. My mother made dhal (sp?) once, and gave me the leftover dried beans and such. These I toasted in the oven along with walnuts and pecans all tossed in sesame oil. Yum. I tried to get my mother to eat it while it was still allarm an toasty, but alas to no avail. Oh well. More for me.
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« Reply #91 on: January 15, 2007 04:24:11 PM »

I grew up putting jam on grilled cheese sandwiches - you spread it on top after you grill them. My boyfriend thinks it's really really weird. Does anyone else eat grilled cheese this way, or is my family more strange than I thought? Smiley
That sounds like people I know who like to put cheddar (or "better" yet, American) cheese on top of their apple pie.  Someone told me about that, and then I saw it at a Shoney's in West Virginia just a few weeks later.  I'd never heard of it before, so maybe it's a sorta-southern thing.
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« Reply #92 on: January 15, 2007 09:14:02 PM »

I've always known it to be a northern thing. In south Texas, that'd get you shot!
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« Reply #93 on: January 16, 2007 07:11:53 AM »

Cheese on apple pie? I've only seen it in the south...up here they look at me as if I have lost all my marbles. IDK New England seems to be a little SLOW when it comes to everything Angry
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« Reply #94 on: January 16, 2007 07:53:45 AM »

Cheese on apple pie? I've only seen it in the south...up here they look at me as if I have lost all my marbles. IDK New England seems to be a little SLOW when it comes to everything Angry

ditto!!!   except their  driving!!  LOL

I  had  never  heard of it  till I moved  further south.... I  think its  gross  but I don't  like  apple  pie.   

 and  as  far  as jelly on grilled  cheese....welll.... yes  your  family is  weirder  than you thought!!   LOL 


 had a  lady worked  with that  put  jelly  on hot dogs  or  on  sausage biscuts.....her  family  was  weird too!

my dad  eats peanut butter with bologna and onion sandwhiches......
YEP  HE'S  weird too!
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« Reply #95 on: January 16, 2007 07:56:25 AM »

had a  lady worked  with that  put  jelly  on hot dogs  or  on  sausage biscuts.....her  family  was  weird too!

jelly and hot dogs are sausage doesnt seem too wierd.  i grew up with raspberry jelly on ham steak.
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« Reply #96 on: January 16, 2007 08:50:54 AM »

hmm idk about the jelly. I let it slide if I get syurp on my ham, bacon, or eggs cause IDK well they were next to my pancakes. But I don't think I'd have a craving for such by itsself. Jelly on biscuits seems ok (I prefer butter) but I don't care for it.
I guess you can't knock it until you try it...even though I think jelly and cheese seems to....unnatural for me. It'd be like eating liver and onions or something.
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« Reply #97 on: January 16, 2007 10:04:16 AM »

hmm idk about the jelly. I let it slide if I get syurp on my ham, bacon, or eggs cause IDK well they were next to my pancakes. But I don't think I'd have a craving for such by itsself. Jelly on biscuits seems ok (I prefer butter) but I don't care for it.
I guess you can't knock it until you try it...even though I think jelly and cheese seems to....unnatural for me. It'd be like eating liver and onions or something.

You really should try jelly with a sausage biscuit!  It's like a little breakfast sandwich and it tastes great!  (McDonald's used to give you grape jelly automatically with a sausage biscuit, so I don't think it's that uncommon.)  I love some maple syrup on bacon and you can even get maple syrup cured bacon that has the flavor smoked right in!

As for jelly and cheese, I think you might be surprised.  My grandmother always ate jelly and cheese sandwiches because she hated peanut butter.  I thought she was crazy until I ate it one day and realized that it was just fabulous.

My motto is, "if a lot of people like to eat it that way, it may not be all bad."  (Which is generally why I eat food the way it comes in restaurants until I find out a way I would like it better!)
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« Reply #98 on: January 16, 2007 10:26:45 AM »

I like Jelly/Jam and onion sandwiches

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« Reply #99 on: January 16, 2007 11:07:50 AM »

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My motto is, "if a lot of people like to eat it that way, it may not be all bad." 

I don't know... that doesn't explain haggis....
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