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Old Yesterday, 04:02 PM
 
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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??
Very easy to make.

8 ounce cream cheese block.
8 ounce Cracker barrel extra sharp cheese grated on the large whole box grater
4 ounce jar of minced pimento drained. But I add some of the juice back.
A small amount of grated onion
A dash of Tabasco
1/2 cup of mayonnaise

I leave the onion and tabasco out. The mayonnaise is meant to loosen the mixture. Or it won’t be spreadable. So you can use more or less as you wish you’ll find out when you make it. If you want to use a 3 ounce block you have to use 3 ounces of cheese to make less, scale everything down. I prefer to use the Cracker Barrel cheese because our sharp cheeses aren’t very sharp.

Speaking of cheese, am I the only one that finds Velveeta tasty but very very sticky?
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Old Yesterday, 04:07 PM
 
Location: Location: Happy Place
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Fried bologna on white bread, with real Mayo.
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Old Yesterday, 04:41 PM
 
Location: Southwest Washington State
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I make pimiento cheese:

I use grated yellow cheese
Cream cheese spread
Jarred roasted peppers, chopped and slightly drained
Mayo
Optional: a little coffee cream

I haven't used a recipe for this in decades. Just make it to your taste. I make mine in my mixer.
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Old Yesterday, 05:01 PM
 
Location: North State (California)
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I like canned ham & also spam. But I like them cold. It is my go to if we are going on a camping trip. Or even a weekend away if I don't want to eat all meals out.
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Old Yesterday, 05:22 PM
 
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KFC, Dump Cakes, Jello Poke Cake, Hostess "Snowballs", Con queso dip made with ro-tell ground beef and Velveeta, Bisuits and Gravy
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Old Yesterday, 06:54 PM
 
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KFC, Dump Cakes, Jello Poke Cake, Hostess "Snowballs", Con queso dip made with ro-tell ground beef and Velveeta, Bisuits and Gravy
Velveeta good one.... everyone loves to dump on Velveeta
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Old Yesterday, 07:27 PM
 
Location: Sunny South Florida
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I seem to subsist on "trashy" foods, if this thread is any indication.

I thought I was the only one who thought so highly of Cracker Barrel's pecan pancakes. My people! I'd have them more often, if the parking lot of every CB in Florida weren't jam-packed from dawn to midnight every day.

I also prefer grocery-store fried chicken. Publix has excellent fried chicken, if a little on the salty side. As if that's a bad thing.

One I have not seen yet: I love Hamburger Helper-type meal kits. If I get a good deal on hamburger meat, you can bet I'll be having Velveeta's "Beef Stroganoff" in the near future. And no, "sensible portioning" isn't a 'thing' when there's a fresh pot of that stuff in the house.

I can even enjoy canned biscuits! My mom used to make faux doughnuts with them when I was a kid, coating them in sugar--I can't believe we actually ate them. Popping that tube open with the edge of the spoon is a bit of nostalgia I need in my life once in a while.
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Old Yesterday, 07:40 PM
 
Location: League City, Texas
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I seem to subsist on "trashy" foods, if this thread is any indication.

I thought I was the only one who thought so highly of Cracker Barrel's pecan pancakes. My people! I'd have them more often, if the parking lot of every CB in Florida weren't jam-packed from dawn to midnight every day.
Ok. I have to admit that I haven’t been to Cracker Barrel in over 10 years, and there’s one maybe 3-4 miles from my house (I live in the land of chains .) Y’all have convinced me to go there—and get pecan pancakes!
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Old Yesterday, 07:49 PM
 
Location: northern New England
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yeah but are they as good as the pecan waffles at Waffle House? Hmmmm?
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Old Yesterday, 07:51 PM
 
Location: Kansas City North
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Also maybe downmarket but I don't care - Velveeta and fire-roasted Ro-Tel tomato dip for tortilla chips.
How in all that’s holy are you going to make it any other way? In my family if you say “RoTel” it is understood you are talking about the dip in its entirety, not just the tomatoes. As in, “I’ll bring RoTel for the Super Bowl party.”

Kraft Mac and Cheese. Knorr flavored noodles. Rice a Roni.

Never had pecan pancakes from Cracker Barrel but will definitely try them.
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