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Old 01-10-2008, 06:17 PM
 
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I do like my HOT dogs black. Anything like that like sausages and kielbasa, etc. I will always picked the most burnt one. Yum.
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Old 01-10-2008, 09:59 PM
 
Location: Silver Springs, FL
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I do like my HOT dogs black. Anything like that like sausages and kielbasa, etc. I will always picked the most burnt one. Yum.
I love how they crunch when you bite into them! my mom and I always fought over the black ones.
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Old 01-11-2008, 09:29 AM
 
Location: Southern Oregon
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I do like my HOT dogs black. Anything like that like sausages and kielbasa, etc. I will always picked the most burnt one. Yum.
totally agree -bacon too
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Old 01-11-2008, 10:18 AM
 
Location: Looking East and hoping!
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Same here-they have to be charred, especially kielbasa.
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Old 01-11-2008, 01:05 PM
 
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totally agree -bacon too
Ok so this was a bummer.... and maybe I should post this in the "for the love of bacon" thread but this morning I was making breakfast for my roommate and I and BURNT my bacon! This was not the burnt like I like my hot dogs- burnt, this was THE SMOKE ALARMS ARE GOING OFF and I can't SEE-burnt! We then had to microwave some bacon. Much healthier way of doing it and I still got my bacon fix!
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Old 01-11-2008, 05:40 PM
 
Location: Southern Oregon
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Ok so this was a bummer.... and maybe I should post this in the "for the love of bacon" thread but this morning I was making breakfast for my roommate and I and BURNT my bacon! This was not the burnt like I like my hot dogs- burnt, this was THE SMOKE ALARMS ARE GOING OFF and I can't SEE-burnt! We then had to microwave some bacon. Much healthier way of doing it and I still got my bacon fix!
LOL - you could have met a cute fireman....
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Old 01-11-2008, 08:10 PM
 
Location: The 12th State
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If you like crispy chicken or turkey skin. Cook the foul in a brown paper bag.
Clean bird and season. Place in a brown paper bag that has been sprayed with oil spray (Pam, etc). I have also rubbed the bag with oil. Set bag on a pan that has a rack on it. Add 1-2 cups liquid (water or broth). Seal bag by rolling the end closed. Bake as you normally would. With the greasing bag does no catch on fire. Never tried it on barbecue. Don't think it would work. I have brought the oven up to 400F.
I just have this image of the bag catching fire.

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After I posted my last post, I actually went into my kitchen and tried this. Not bad for a mini-snack. I also tried it with cheese (Velveeta singles). Then a tried sandwiching themustard in the cheese (saltine-cheese-mustard-cheese). Tried a saltine on the other end too, but that was a bit much for me.

It a great snack mustard and saltines when you dont feel like cooking anything. I just had it the other night Saltine has this new onion flavor saltine it was ok but I prefer regular still. I will have to try it with cheese but I might as well grab a meat though lol.

I'm all about trying new things, so I'll probably try some of the other ones out on here too!
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OK OK I thought about this for awhile, and thought to myself "*humf* nothing?"
Then it hit me.... like a ton a bricks.
I actually get cravings for ........omg, I can't believe I'm going to admit this:
Spagetti'Os ! (and I actually take the time to grate fresh parm. cheese on it)

I am of Italian heritage and when family comes to visit I hide the cans! They would disown me! Disgrace the family name!
(well ,then again Spagetti'Os is NOT Italian food) though I know some people who would fight me on this.
Ok I havent had spagettiO's in a long time does your family not realize by the odd shapes that it not real italian?

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The kids and I choke every time he eats this, but once a year or so my husband makes himself a mayonnaise and peanut butter sandwich. He also likes ketchup on his ham and tops his pancakes with fried eggs AND syrup.
I cannot get into mixing mayo with other items I guess I am chicken when it comes to it.

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1. Mayonnaise and chili in my hot dogs. (only)
2. Summer sausage with cheese and crackers (or maybe that isn't weird, I don't know?)
3. Fritos in chili.
4. O'Doul's (non-alcoholic beer. Yes, it's beer without the alcohol. Yeah, that's weird).
Is summer sausage the same thing as pickled red sausage that tend to be hot. If so I love these on crackers.

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OMG, I love A-1 on french fries, also, Heinz 57 on fries
I might have to try this.

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My husband will only eat cottage cheese covered with ketchup!

It's pretty gross.

And all rice must be served with soy sauce... not that that's weird eats, but he won't have rice with butter, any kind of rice pilaf, rice-from-a-box, etc.

mmmmm... butter...
I love to drown my white rice with soy sauce. I also like to add it to my chicken raman.

This is fun thread I started to think about my plate organization then I realize I am guilty of this.
I organize my plate to items that will taste ok togethe if they touch.
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Old 01-12-2008, 09:12 AM
 
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LOL - you could have met a cute fireman....
Oh yeah! Hey! I wish I would've thought of that now....
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Old 01-13-2008, 05:05 PM
 
Location: Western Cary, NC
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The cheese with whip cream is a nice mix. My wife seems to think it is strange, but has never tried it herself. It is a great food if you are watching your sugar intake, and like cheese. I like mine with a mild chedder cubes and a sugar free Whip cream.
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Old 01-13-2008, 09:22 PM
 
Location: The 12th State
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I feel so normal now

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