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Old 12-11-2009, 06:31 PM
Location: Vermont, grew up in Colorado and California
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Ketchup on plain potato chips, blue cheese dip/dressing on my french fries once in awhile, sweet pickles inbetween saltines.....cream cheese goes well with lots of things lol....to make a long story short.
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Old 12-12-2009, 12:57 AM
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Originally Posted by MoNative34 View Post
I'm a huge fan of dipping french fries in tarter sauce. The same goes for Arby's sauce and spicy BBQ sauces.
And I thought I was the only one who does that!

I like to put peanut butter on Twizzlers.
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Old 12-12-2009, 03:23 AM
Location: Flanders, Belgium
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Originally Posted by MoNative34 View Post
I'm a huge fan of dipping french fries in tarter sauce. The same goes for Arby's sauce and spicy BBQ sauces.
Dipping french fries in tartar sauce: Is that a strange habit?
It is completely normal where I live!
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Old 12-12-2009, 03:29 AM
Location: Albuquerque, NM
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I eat the same breakfast (whole oats with raisins and banana) 6 out of 7 days a week and never get tired of it.

I eat the same lunch (salad with spinach, lettuce, carrot, tomato, and broccoli) 5 out of 7 days a week and never get tired of it.

Dinner varies

I think people are way too concerned with what their food tastes like and not nearly concerned enough about what it is they are putting into their bodies. What is the real purpose that we eat after all?
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Old 12-12-2009, 09:05 AM
Location: Kirkwood, DE and beautiful SXM!
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Potato chips on tuna sandwiches and also on cheeseburgers
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Old 12-13-2009, 03:35 AM
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cottage cheese and ketchup (its one of the few things I like with ketchup)
canned spinach with mustard
toasted liverwurst sandwiches
milk toast (does anyone else still eat this?)
granola or muesli with twice as much milk as there is cereal

things I don't like:
fried chicken
mac n cheese from a box
fried donuts (like original krispie kremes) they taste like old grease.
ranch dressing on anything that has meat/cheese in it. ranch makes it taste rancid to me.

strange habits: I rake my food on my plate into little piles as I eat. I've had many people deem me the "neatest" eater they've ever seen.
I MUST eat sunflower seeds one at a time, where I will suck off the seasoning, carefully crack the seed with my teeth, and eat the seed after spitting out the shell.
I eat my corn on the cob in perfect rows across.
If I have multiple-colored candy, i find which color has the least pieces, then eat the ones that go over that number for the other colors. Then I randomly eat the rest, but the number of each color must always end up being equal.
the list of other anal-retentive ocd things I do with my food could go on for a page. I'm a riot to watch eat I've been told.
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Old 12-13-2009, 06:24 AM
Location: Under the SUNNY WARM SUN ....
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Cold pizza next day
Don't eat pizza crust unless stuffed - my Goldens love it
Put half of my FF on my McD burger
Pour half individual ketchup packets each bite of my burger (always dry)
Leftover turkey sandwiches = turkey, stuffing, cranberry & mayo on white bread
Salad- Olive oil, wine vinegar and squeeze of real lemon
I just started drinking milk, must have at least 3 TBSP of choc in short glass
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Old 12-13-2009, 07:01 AM
Location: Middle Tennessee
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Texas Pete's hot sauce in my ham and navy beans with jalapenos. Perfect way to make red beans.
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Old 01-30-2010, 10:06 PM
Location: Just South of High Taxes
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Originally Posted by newtothis View Post
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.
Ravioli, the chef does a great job on the mystery fill!!
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Old 03-12-2010, 06:15 AM
Location: The Hall of Justice
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Default Goofy food habits

A thread in the Relationships forum asked about people's fetishes, but all the posts just talked about favorite food combinations. That made me think of some of the funny ways I like to eat certain foods. Of course, none of the following is done in polite company.

Twix candy bars - Carefully eat all the caramel off the top, then the chocolate from the sides. Then eat the naked cookie from end to end.

Sara Lee pound cake - Take one slice of cake, press it over my mouth, and breathe through it.

Black olives - Put on fingers before eating.

Whole carrots - Bite the outside and use teeth to strip it away from the inner root. Admire the spiky weirdness, then eat it.

Goldfish crackers: Use teeth to crack in half and eat each half separately. Tail, then body.

Skittles: Sort into colors and make attractive designs or logical patterns. Eat by color or reducing patterns.

What silly things do you do? And don't pretend you don't, because we all know you twist open your Oreos like everyone else.
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