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Old Yesterday, 02:30 PM
 
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Pop Tarts!!!! Brown sugar, with frosting.
OMG yes, my favorite kid of Pop Tart.

Also maybe downmarket but I don't care - Velveeta and fire-roasted Ro-Tel tomato dip for tortilla chips.
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Old Yesterday, 02:47 PM
 
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Taco Bell chalupas. And Marie Calendar pies. And fast food fries, either McDonald's french fries or Jack in the Box spicy curly fries. And Dairy Queen milkshakes. And Denny's Supreme Sizzlin' Skillet. Darn, now I am hungry.
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Old Yesterday, 02:48 PM
 
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I don't categorize food as high or low end.

Me neither. I'm still wondering what was meant in the title by reference to "up-market" foods. Is that what some people would call high end foods? Maybe what I call expensive snobby foods? Trendy foods are for snobs. Trashy foods don't exist. Food is food.


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Old Yesterday, 03:00 PM
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Location: Texas
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Watergate salad made with pistachio pudding mix.
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Old Yesterday, 03:25 PM
 
Location: Massachusetts
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Ice cream sandwiches.

Pimento cheese spread.

Tater tots.

Fritos scoops.

It's been YEARS since I've had any of the above, WAAAH.

I wonder if I could make Pimento cheese spread??
You can make pimento cheese spread but it's a whole different animal. I like the "real" stuff but LOVE the Kraft pimento cheese spread in those little jars. I save the jars and use them for our juice glasses!

Tater tots are incredible anyway they are served.

Canned ravioli-i only eat this every couple years because I feel like crap after but oh do they taste good!

Sometimes I just crave that crappy nacho cheese that you get at the movies, fairs, etc. I found you can get it in a can but I haven't worked up the nerve to buy it yet!
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Old Yesterday, 03:27 PM
 
Location: Southwest Washington State
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A good fast food cheeseburger and fries with ketchup.

A good milkshake—not one from McDonalds though, because those are toooo sweet.

Graham crackers

Grocery store fried chicken

Chilled canned peaches in the dead of winter
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Old Yesterday, 03:33 PM
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Location: Northern Minnesota
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Me neither. I'm still wondering what was meant in the title by reference to "up-market" foods. Is that what some people would call high end foods? Maybe what I call expensive snobby foods? Trendy foods are for snobs. Trashy foods don't exist. Food is food.


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It's okay for you not to get the meaning of the title. Many posters got it and entered a lot of good answers. I found myself going, "oh yeah, I like that too", as I was reading.
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Old Yesterday, 03:39 PM
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Location: Northern Minnesota
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A good fast food cheeseburger and fries with ketchup.

A good milkshake—not one from McDonalds though, because those are toooo sweet.

Graham crackers

Grocery store fried chicken

Chilled canned peaches in the dead of winter
Yes! It is so hard for me to resist grocery store fried chicken, but I do most of the time. It smells so good when I walk into the store. If I ate it every time I wanted it I'd be mad about gaining the extra weight. I do get it every once in a while though with some mashed potatoes and gravy.
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Old Yesterday, 03:53 PM
 
Location: northern New England
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Used to eat those York Peppermint Patties.

They're good, but nothing like the small Schrafft's peppermint patties that were sold for one or two cents by the register. The center was almost liquid. Mmmmmm...
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Old Yesterday, 03:57 PM
 
Location: northern New England
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7. Lime green jello mold with cream cheese and pineapple. My MIL made the best.



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