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What Is Your Food "HUH"???

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by VegasGroove, Feb 4, 2015.

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  1. VegasGroove

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    You know that food oddity you have that when others see you eat they cringe or furrow their brow. It could be WHAT you eat or HOW you eat.

    Mine is dunking hot fries in a cold milkshake and savoring the hot/cold/sweet/salty. :licklips:

    What is your food HUH?!?!
     
  2. robron

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    Mine is hotdog pizza with tomato soup as the sauce.
     
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    One of my favorite sandwiches is peanut-butter, miracle whip and lettuce on white bread! Also been known to take a couple Nacho Doritos and shoot some of that canned spray-cheese in the middle of them of munch... OK... more than just a couple!
     
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    When I was little, I loved doritos (or potato chips in a pinch) on all sandwiches, including PB&J. I also never ate potatoes unless they were raw.

    I still don't like potatoes ;-)
     
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    grits, sunny side up egg and mustard on top. mix it all up and eat.
     
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    I don't think it is stomach-turning to others, but for food quirks:

    Unless I'm having a bean (cheese, onion, salsa and guacamole) burrito, I don't want beans in my burrito. Carne asada, chile verde, carnitas, whatever; the beans go on the side.

    And one of the food "things" I don't get is the frenzy over fast food. And I particularly mean the frenzy part.
     
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    I haven't done this since my triple bypass, but a 2 A.M. can of corned beef hash, fried until nice and crispy, topped by 2 sunny side eggs and an ice cold beer.

    Also, hot dogs cut up in Velveeta Mac and Cheese, again served up at 2 A.M.

    Gee, I can't figure out how one of my arteries got 75% blocked.
     
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    OK, maybe this qualifies:

    When I'm playing golf in Hawai'i I almost always have spam musubi.
     
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    Oh, jeez, it is so tough to pass up the fried spam sandwich at the Cal.
     
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    A couple of things that don't make people cringe but sometimes furrow their brows are I always put fries in my sandwich if I have any and usually around late afternoon I have a cold diet coke mixed with milk. I have a colleague who has seen me do it hundreds of times but still shakes his head and says "Duuuuude" anytime he sees it.
     
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    Take a pound of ground beef and brown it in a pan with some onions, pour in a can of Franco American beef gravy (mushroom style if available) and serve over spaghetti. Comfort food from my Mom. Can't get my kids to eat it, though.

    Less of an oddity, but it still causes some brow furrowing: Oysters on the half shell, I brake for buck a shuck. 'Twas a brave man who had the first one.

    Sliced hot dog omelet with American cheese.

    Pennsylvania Dutch Scrapple.......everything from the hog but the squeal. Many folks pour syrup over this, I'm a purist.

    Pancakes with Ketchup (my sister's fave, not mine)

    Grilled sardines at a Turkish restaurant or eating any kind of whole fish that is looking at me from the plate.
     
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    When Stage Deli was in the Forum Shops, I had many a frankfurter omelet!

    Tater Tots, chili, shredded cheddar, red onions, top with hot sauce.
     
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    Uni with quail egg.
     
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    Sweetbreads from Bouchon in Yountville.

    And I am amazed how many people freak out when I order steak rare.
     
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    I guess he's never been to or heard of Primantis in Pittsburg... fries are in the sandwiches

    my wife cringes when i eat creamed eggs on toast.... and then she cringes later on as of the results
     
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    toasted chocolate chip bagel with cream cheese...
    or as a BLT
     
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    Fries with any ice cream dish are great. My fave way is hot fries with a caramel sundae at McDs.


    It got to a point where I couldn't eat my daily bologna sandwich as a kid without adding chips.

    We also used to take three or four varieties of chips and popcorn and mix them together. And I can't eat movie theater popcorn without chocolate covered raisins added in.
     
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    Vietnamese duck blood pizza
    Duck embryos (balut)
    Snake, scorpion, sea horse wines
    Hundred year eggs
    Live Octopus
    Fugo (blowfish)
     
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    I'm with you on the rare. Sear, rest and eat is my motto.
     
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    Cheese and ketchup sandwiches.
     
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