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  • Katmary71Katmary71 Posts: 1,141Member Member Posts: 1,141Member Member
    Kbtm6419 wrote: »
    If I order Chinese I put it into the freezer until it gets cold and then eat it lol I love cold Chinese food

    Cold chow mein is the best!
  • Katmary71Katmary71 Posts: 1,141Member Member Posts: 1,141Member Member
    I don't do this anymore, but as a teen I used to mix cottage cheese and kidney beans together for a snack.
  • ktekcktekc Posts: 839Member Member Posts: 839Member Member
    Kbtm6419 wrote: »
    If I order Chinese I put it into the freezer until it gets cold and then eat it lol I love cold Chinese food

    I like cold crab rangoon and lo mein but thats about it i think.
  • Noreenmarie1234Noreenmarie1234 Posts: 4,293Member Member Posts: 4,293Member Member
    acpgee wrote: »
    crazyravr wrote: »
    acpgee wrote: »
    Red Boat fish sauce on popcorn.

    Doesnt this make the popcorn soggy?

    No, because you don't need much to add a lot of flavor. Just a few drops goes a long way.

    I put hot sauce on mine
  • Noreenmarie1234Noreenmarie1234 Posts: 4,293Member Member Posts: 4,293Member Member
    Recently I have been dipping my PB&J sandwiches in sea salt. Salty bread with the sweet jelly...amazing. (But not for my sodium intake)
  • joannie92joannie92 Posts: 81Member, Premium Member Posts: 81Member, Premium Member
    I make 'nibble plates' everything chopped and arranged neatly, for example celery, cucumber and carrots chopped to the same thickness and length and not mixed up 😂 it must be an ocd thing but I'm sure it tastes better when it's presented pretty and the more colourful the better!
  • ktekcktekc Posts: 839Member Member Posts: 839Member Member
    I was dipping bbq chips in cottage cheese at lunch today...got some wierd looks.
  • chawhi31chawhi31 Posts: 2Member Member Posts: 2Member Member
    Never had anything better than a meatloaf sandwich with ketchup
  • acpgeeacpgee Posts: 3,714Member Member Posts: 3,714Member Member
    I have got to try this. Essentially spaghetti aglio olio made with chinese egg noodles, butter instead of olive oil, and add fish sauce, oyster sauce and a pinch of sugar to give it a Vietnamese twist. Apparently the signature dish of a Vietnamese/American restaurant in San Francisco.

    https://deliciousnotgorgeous.com/vietnamese-garlic-butter-noodles/
  • acpgeeacpgee Posts: 3,714Member Member Posts: 3,714Member Member
    acpgee wrote: »
    I have got to try this. Essentially spaghetti aglio olio made with chinese egg noodles, butter instead of olive oil, and add fish sauce, oyster sauce and a pinch of sugar to give it a Vietnamese twist. Apparently the signature dish of a Vietnamese/American restaurant in San Francisco.

    https://deliciousnotgorgeous.com/vietnamese-garlic-butter-noodles/

    This was a bit odd. The jarring note was the oyster sauce which I will reduce next time. Vietnamese fish sauce with butter, garlic and parmesan is a natural pairing as it is essentially anchovy so goes well with Italian flavours.
  • nae5001nae5001 Posts: 2Member Member Posts: 2Member Member
    The inside of Whoppers Malted Milk Balls is the best! I eat the chocolate off of a pile of them, so that I can save up and eat all of the middles last.
    Also, french fries with salt & pepper dipped in sour cream (you put sour cream on baked potatoes, why not fries? ). Or fries with bbq sauce (salute to Harold's Chicken!)
  • jennifer_417jennifer_417 Posts: 12,255Member Member Posts: 12,255Member Member
    Occasionally I will nuke a sweet potato until it's soft, then eat it like an apple.
  • OkieGinaOkieGina Posts: 127Member Member Posts: 127Member Member
    I peel grapefruit and eat it like an orange sometimes.

    Graham crackers (especially the ones with cinnamon sugar on top) are amazing with peanut butter on top.

    Peanut butter on waffles (before the syrup).

    Sometimes I eat okra raw, like a carrot.

    When I was a kid, they used to make club crackers in a full sheet (like graham crackers). I found this "recipe" once that I swear was a club cracker, peanut butter, slice cheese (American) and ham - all stacked up and microwaved slightly. I loved those. But I might be remembering it incorrectly...

    I'm sure there's more, but that's all I've got for now...
  • KoldnomoreKoldnomore Posts: 1,627Member Member Posts: 1,627Member Member
    I eat my fries (and poutine) with gravy, ketchup and vinegar. The worse the gravy the better it tastes so for most places that have the canned gravy it's awesome. I don't do it with real pan gravy because it doesn't taste right LOL

    Peanut Butter and Cheesewhiz sandwiches are great too.
  • Steff46Steff46 Posts: 492Member Member Posts: 492Member Member
    If I'm at home eating French fries I'll add ketchup and drench the ketchup in sea salt. OMG so good.
  • JeBeBuJeBeBu Posts: 222Member Member Posts: 222Member Member
    I one time had Miso soup for breakfast and my husbands family almost disowned me.

    This is a regular breakfast for me! Especially if I teach morning swim classes. It is so warm and comforting!
    I will adopt you if they disown you & we will happily slurp our miso together!
  • Roza42Roza42 Posts: 182Member Member Posts: 182Member Member
    peanut butter and banana on my toast. If I have extra calories throw on a slice or two of bacon.
    Bacon roasted jalapeno pancake
    maple syrup in my coffee
    medium rare liver
    mustard and pepper on fries
    curry and chili powder on popcorn or cumin and pepper powder, the popcorn has to be popped in bacon grease
    Bacon or pork belly cooked in an airless fryer, crispy fat
  • widgit808widgit808 Posts: 123Member, Premium Member Posts: 123Member, Premium Member
    Roza42 wrote: »
    peanut butter and banana on my toast. If I have extra calories throw on a slice or two of bacon.
    Bacon roasted jalapeno pancake
    maple syrup in my coffee
    medium rare liver
    mustard and pepper on fries
    curry and chili powder on popcorn or cumin and pepper powder, the popcorn has to be popped in bacon grease
    Bacon or pork belly cooked in an airless fryer, crispy fat

    Yes to all of this!!!
  • PAPYRUS3PAPYRUS3 Posts: 3,614Member Member Posts: 3,614Member Member
    OkieGina wrote: »
    I peel grapefruit and eat it like an orange sometimes.

    Graham crackers (especially the ones with cinnamon sugar on top) are amazing with peanut butter on top.

    I'm so with you - I also like to add sliced banana on top too



    Peanut butter on waffles (before the syrup).

    Yup!

    Sometimes I eat okra raw, like a carrot.

    When I was a kid, they used to make club crackers in a full sheet (like graham crackers). I found this "recipe" once that I swear was a club cracker, peanut butter, slice cheese (American) and ham - all stacked up and microwaved slightly. I loved those. But I might be remembering it incorrectly...

    I'm sure there's more, but that's all I've got for now...
    edited June 25
  • ceiswynceiswyn Posts: 1,885Member Member Posts: 1,885Member Member
    I sometimes chop up bulbs of fennel and have them with chocolate ice cream. Because it's basically sweet, right?
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