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Odd snack foods.

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Keeping with the current trend of food related threads...

We have this HUGE craving for two things

Cold, boiled, salted edamame. (unshelled soybeans) I could eat this stuff by the truckload.

And Baba Ghanouj spread on flatbread. Kinda like hummus, but better.
I could go thru a vat of this stuff.

Wadda ya dig?


Oh, on a side note...a Wendy's Frosty MUST be dipped into by hot french fries.

Make a note of it.
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Post by QWETTY »

first of all, french fires are better when dipped int oany kind of ice cream. DQ blizzards, mcflurrys, etc.

i eat buttered crackers on a daily basis. Delicious saltines spread with delicious margarine. mmm :P
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Re: Odd snack foods.

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[quote="Oliver's Army"]Keeping with the current trend of food related threads...

We have this HUGE craving for two things

Cold, boiled, salted edamame. (unshelled soybeans) I could eat this stuff by the truckload.

And Baba Ghanouj spread on flatbread. Kinda like hummus, but better.
I could go thru a vat of this stuff.

Wadda ya dig?


Oh, on a side note...a Wendy's Frosty MUST be dipped into by hot french fries.

Make a note of it.[/quote]



Read the ingredient labels for the above mentioned food. I'm curious to see if they include "ground cockroach". Just a theory of mine to see if you have a secret craving you're not aware of yet.


I myself have a taste for taking a pot pie straight out of the oven, dumping a bunch of cottage cheese on it and mashing it all together into an unidentifiable pulp. Scrumptious!
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I like mozzarella cheese dipped in honey. It is mighty delicious...try it.
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Re: Odd snack foods.

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echosauce1 wrote:
Read the ingredient labels for the above mentioned food. I'm curious to see if they include "ground cockroach". Just a theory of mine to see if you have a secret craving you're not aware of yet.

hehehehe

the Baba Ghanouj just might.
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Post by matthewsturm »

BEAT THIS:

Take about 7 - 10 slices of potato bread. Rip the crust from the bread. Take each slice and roll it into a small ball, or dumpling depending on where your from. Dip said bread ball in BBQ sauce or steak sauce. yum. I really have been know to eat such snack in the past.

word.


I've got other weird ones.
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Post by QWETTY »

ive found myself everyday for the last week making little sandwiches out of crackers, cheese, and pieces of ham/turkey/meat of osme kind.
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Post by DropListBass »

ok so this is not a snack food...but I could eat gyros by the truck load !
If I knew it was going to be that kinnda party...Id stick my d@#* in the mashed potatoes!

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i work at new haven mcdonalds so were always comong up with crzy good stuff such as when we had the mint shakes we would make oreo mint shakes that owed but now we must settle for vanillia shakes which is also awesome. but my favorite is still the apple pie mcflurry you take one or two of our apple pies and cover the with ice cream then go at it with the mcflurry mixer my name is willis and if you cetch me at the 2nd window or front counter i will gladly make you one
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Post by willis »

also matthew i do that as well it is great when you dont have much around
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Take about 7 - 10 slices of potato bread. Rip the crust from the bread. Take each slice and roll it into a small ball, or dumpling depending on where your from. Dip said bread ball in BBQ sauce or steak sauce. yum. I really have been know to eat such snack in the past.
Zach Smith used to do something very similar. It would be Panera bread, but the same rip, roll and dip technique.
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Post by Krieves »

Bacon Bits. The perfect snack. :)
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Post by traumaqueen »

croutons, straight up. with a tall glass of OJ.
i'm done.
watch me.
i'll eat the whole bag before your very eyes.
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ANYTHING + Hot Sauce
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The_Dude wrote:ANYTHING + Hot Sauce
Insert joke here.
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