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katatsumuli
« Reply #110 on: January 16, 2007 08:09:54 PM »

One of my favorite pizzas is a "personal" kind (in this case a slice of bread with butter on the bottom and maybe the top) with tomato sauce, a ring of grated cheese, and an egg cracked into the cheese so it becomes sunny side up while baking the pizza. My mom used to make them a lot when I was a kid. The last time we tried the bread got really soggy and made the whole thing disgusting  Embarrassed. I don't want buttered bread, either, but I wish I could figure out how to make it crisp.

My other favorite kinds of pizza have chunks of (pike? carp? I forget what kind of fish that one pizzeria in Hungary used), or pierogies and onions (from high school cafeteria).

The grossest food I can think about is my aunt's lunch for her kids one day. Clam chowder soup (which would be fine if the next course wasn't just meat), then imitation crab sticks drenched in a bowl of olive oil. Aaaaargh.

The most frightening looking I can think of is cafeteria taco casserole. The tomato slices on top were wrinkled and looked a month old, and the black olive slices turned the cheese blue-black.
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« Reply #111 on: January 16, 2007 08:26:40 PM »

When my mom was little her dad used to take saltine crackers and place little slices of hard margarine all around the edges to make walls, and then fill them with ketchup and eat them...  YUCK!
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« Reply #112 on: January 17, 2007 07:07:17 AM »

eww!!!
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« Reply #113 on: January 17, 2007 07:11:29 AM »

When my mom was little her dad used to take saltine crackers and place little slices of hard margarine all around the edges to make walls, and then fill them with ketchup and eat them...  YUCK!

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« Reply #114 on: January 17, 2007 07:52:41 AM »

Jello with...mayo from my grandmother.
hot dogs cooked with corn bread from my Mom.
It's one of those things she tries to suggest when I'm thinking what to make for dinner.
She tells me about it as if I wasn't forced to eat it at least once a week.
"You know..we used to take cornbread and make it in a ...you know that one pan...but first we would lay hotdogs in the batter."
Yeah, Mom..I know.
And while not gross...she still pushed green beans and potatoes..as an entire meal on me.( and makes boxed mac and cheese when she used to watch my kids...and that's ALL she feeds them for dinner.)
Dump a can of green beans, and a can of potatoes, and a chopped onion in a pot and boil the hell out of them.
She also is a BIG believer of boxed meals.
She still tries to get me to make those too.
"You know they say this is really good."

"Who are THEY?"

"The people on the TV commercial!"

Well duh..if it's on TV, it must be true....silly me.

What can I say...she also believes that everything she reads in tabloids is fact.
Sorry...getting off subject.
Mom drives me nuts, always drove me nuts...and now I get to support her while she lives in my house, and tries to feed my kids nasty food that has more salt than...salt.
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« Reply #115 on: January 17, 2007 08:14:45 AM »

dios!!!!   you  have a  point  on the  salt.......    I have to  say I love teh  green beans  and  potatoes  but I  add  sausage adn  serve  with  rice nad  corn bread (nope no hot dogs inside)

the  cornbread hot dogs  isn't taht  jsut a  corn dog>>>  the  ones  you can  get  oena   stick?

OK  so  many  may  swat  me  for  this  one  but  WHY OH WHY  did they  ever  make  oyster  stew  BLUCK!!!!    and  why dirty rice???   yucko....  hubby and BIL  loves  tehm  both  but I  think  they are  ill too  LOL.
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« Reply #116 on: January 17, 2007 10:36:16 AM »

Yeah...kind of like a corn dog...but just not the same. Smiley
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« Reply #117 on: January 17, 2007 01:04:35 PM »

mmm someone said perogies!! mmm perogies with sausage, onions, and mushrooms!
Cornbread and hot dogs sounds pretty good to me
No crackers butter and ketchup though, I'll pass
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« Reply #118 on: January 17, 2007 01:58:29 PM »

I  made hamburger pie once
I dont remember what the crust was but I remember it was filled with ground beef, topped with cheese triangles and plum tomato slices.. not as nasty sounding as most of these....
Im a vegetarian now though so I wouldnt touch the stuff anymore...
I think my wierdest combination is white bread with cheese and either tomato or ketcup sandwhiches... people seem to think its wierd till i explain its not so wierd if you think o fit as a cheeseburger without the meat  Grin
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« Reply #119 on: January 18, 2007 02:07:23 PM »

But when I was in college, one of my housemates and I found cheese fudge in the cheese case at a grocery store.  It was interesting, and not in a bad way.  It had all the texture of cheese, but with the look and flavor of chocolate fudge.  I would consider buying it again, but I don't think they sold enough to make it a permanent part of their inventory.

This is funny to me because the only recipe for fudge that my mom ever had or made was made out of Velveeta!  It grosses me out now to think about it, but it never did taste like cheese and it had a velvety texture.  Haha!
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