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« Reply #10 on: November 25, 2008 04:21:51 PM »

I've recently started a tradition of making congee (a Chinese rice porridge chicken soup deliciousness) every new year's day (make the stock a day or so before ).  That is the only thing I actually cook for a hang-over; other than that, whatever my husband is kind enough to make up.  Before the hus, i'd drag my butt somewhere and get a a Cuban tostada/o (sp?).  its cuban bread slathered w/ so much butter and then smooshed in a hot press.  Oh, and I have to say whenever I visited friends in Atlanta and we had too much, my super friend "cooked" us up some bloody marys (WARNING:  only engage in this behavior when visiting close friends).

I can't believe I came out of lurking to respond to this post!  LOL.  I swear I'm not a lush, well . . .

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« Reply #12 on: November 30, 2008 07:18:04 AM »

Wow, I don't know how you-all do it.

If I actually drink enough for a hangover [it's very, very rare], that means I feel sick and awful, and can't eat hardly ANYTHING...save maybe some bread, or chicken soup, else it'll all come right back up.

The idea of eating greasy foods while or after being drunk is something I just can't fathom.
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« Reply #13 on: December 02, 2008 08:51:38 AM »

Well normally if I'm hungover my stomach gives me oh so lovely cramps, so I will lie in bed moaning and hopeing one of my lovely housemates has paracetamol! Once that stage is over greasy fry up is the way to go! There's a pub just round the corner from my house that does an all day breakfast. It's great for a hangover, that and lots of water! I can't handle anything fizzy, although maybe some juice if I feel I'm a bit lacking in the vitmin C area!  Tongue

« Reply #14 on: December 02, 2008 12:16:45 PM »

I'm certain this is cliche as heck, but hot cakes and sausage from McDoo-doo's or, if it's later in the day, a Big Mac or something just as greasy.  The grease really seems to help, even if I was sick and pukey before.
« Reply #15 on: December 07, 2008 10:17:32 AM »

either hash browns from waffle house, or bread. not bread slices, but nice french bread from a bakery. or a croissant of some sort. i'm not really sure why, but it makes me feel a LOT better.
« Reply #16 on: December 14, 2008 08:08:04 AM »

When I'm really hungover my stomach won't accept anything but tea and bare toast. When I'm hydrated again, I'll go for bread with a cheese omelet, with ketchup.
« Reply #17 on: December 19, 2008 12:39:11 PM »

I always want something really greasy when I am hung over.  Why is that?

Anyway, I always want Chinese or Mexican after a heavy night of drinking.

Grease, grease and more grease.  Breakfast sandwich from McDonalds does the trick for me or a greasy burger....

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« Reply #18 on: December 25, 2008 12:17:03 AM »

Nauseous hangover (which is what I always mean when I say I have a "hangover") - the only thing I can eat is grapes. And perhaps gatorade, grape juice, or some sweet and non-fizzy juice.

When I'm feeling less nauseous, it's a Big Mac for sure.

« Reply #19 on: March 03, 2009 10:13:36 AM »

The fruit punch flavored Vitamin Water, the one that's full of potassium, and a jalapeno-cheddar bagel dog from Quick Trip smothered in ketchup.
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