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« Reply #180 on: March 23, 2007 11:47:28 AM »

my dad used to butter saltines. i think that's kinda good but totally not worth all that work.
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« Reply #181 on: March 23, 2007 06:11:48 PM »

Nacho cheese and cinnamin raisin bagels

pringles and whipped cream

brussel sprouts and cashews
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« Reply #182 on: March 24, 2007 09:01:43 AM »

When I was little, my dad always used to get up way early for work...sometimes I would get up early with him and he would make breakfast....it consisted of soft-boiled eggs smashed up with crumbled saltine crackers !!! It sounds really strange to me now, but back then I loved it!!
  There is a quick dish I make now for my kids, that when I tell people about it, sounds odd to them, but is really good...and easy! It has ground beef, ketchup, mustard, rice,......if you'd like the recipe for it, let me know!!
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« Reply #183 on: March 25, 2007 10:18:36 AM »

my dad used to butter saltines. i think that's kinda good but totally not worth all that work.

 Cheesy  My mom still butters saltines -- thickly!  It's her favorite late-night-can't-sleep snack.

My personal fav?  Slice a banana the long way; spread each flat half with Miracle Whip; sprinkle with dry roasted peanuts -- UMMMMMM!
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« Reply #184 on: March 26, 2007 01:03:59 PM »

We have a restaurant here that specializes in "trash" plates

Our Fave
2 burger patties
fries
chili
coleslaw
cheese
fried egg

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« Reply #185 on: March 26, 2007 01:34:53 PM »

That's almost what we call a Sundowner in JOhnstown. We have a hotdog place called Coney Island where everybody goes to eat after hitting up the bars. A Sundowner is a cheeseburger with onions, a fried egg and their super special chili. Goes down great after a night of beer!
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« Reply #186 on: March 26, 2007 01:52:37 PM »


Here is an excerpt from the STAR NEWS about our Favorite restaurant for Trash Pates

Fare at Ed's City Grill is proudly cheap and trashy

By Liz Biro
Star-News Correspondent



"Remember those huge cafeteria food-waste barrels back in grade school?

You'd eat dessert, maybe a little roast beef, then scrape everything else on your lunch tray into that bin. The can was usually overflowing with hamburger parts, pork 'n' beans, chili mac and lots of green leafy stuff.

Seems like one curious kid always got caught with a hand in the glop and that disgustoid could have easily been the late Nick Tahou, inventor of Rochester, N.Y.'s Garbage Plate. The mixologist's dish of home fries next to macaroni salad or beans under two burgers, all coated with ketchup and hot sauce, may look distasteful but actually is so delicious that fans celebrate Tahou by eating trash plates at his grave. He's being honored in Wilmington, too, where a new restaurant is built around the garbage-plate concept.

Ed's City Grill gets creative with the humble plates, which legend claims Tahou created for poor college students who asked for meals made from whatever was in the garbage.

Ed's versions, called "trash plates," pay tribute to great American cities like Atlanta, Denver, Chicago and, of course, Wilmington. The hometown trash plate features respectable eastern North Carolina-style chopped pork barbecue, cheddar cheese and baked beans, which taste pretty much like canned pork 'n' beans, over crisp, cubed home fries and crunchy cole slaw."
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« Reply #187 on: March 27, 2007 05:08:32 PM »


weird stuff that is considered normal from these parts:
- century eggs: i've no idea how they make them, but they're hardboiled eggs and the whites have turned translucent black and the yolks are greenyblue. they look really freaky.
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- durians: they're a kind of fruit with a spiky shell that some people say smell like rotting garbage. but they taste gooooooooooood - sweet and creamy.

are century eggs like pickled eggs? My dad used to make pickled eggs, and it would be an event when they were ready. the process involves boiled eggs some sort of vineager (not sure how he got or made this) and a dark undisturbed place such as a closet and about 2-3 months. no refrigeration.

Durians, I have tried it and believe me I really tried. I was warned about the smell and thought that since I have eaten alot of smelly foods I could get past it. I have a Vietnamese friend she told me to hold my breath it got past my lips, mm this is good, oh god oh god gag reflex, tears in the eyes. yes tears in my eyes because the smell made me think of a unplugged refridgerator. and her grandma had tears from laughing at me, and like a predator bird she grabbed my piece and had swallowed it before I could even think about recovering.

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« Reply #188 on: April 23, 2007 05:39:24 PM »

how about cottage cheese on top of tortilla chips? 

or radish sandwiches?  Yum...
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« Reply #189 on: April 23, 2007 10:35:24 PM »

chili on salad
salad in a tortilla (don't have to dirty a bowl)
ranch dressing on just about everything

ooh mix ranch dressing with bbq sauce for onion ring dip.
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