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Postby lone_psychonaut » Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:42 am UTC

I was hungry a little while ago. Upon looking into my section of the fridge, I found strawberry jam, salsa (hot, which is the only variety that I believe salsa should appear in) and swiss cheese. I also had a bit less than half a loaf of bread in the cupboard.

I then proceeded to invent the cheese and salsa sandwich, a historical event for which I expect a wikipedia entry for within the next 24 hours.

I've probably had weirder combinations from things in my fridge in the past, but then I thought "Hey, I bet there are people out there who've whipped up weirder shit than me while on a tighter budget than mine"

So what concoctions have the rest of you assembled under similar circumstances?
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Postby SecondTalon » Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:45 am UTC

The oddest thing I've seen is an old roommate making Salsa+Ramen soup.

Cooked and drained the noodles, dumped it into a bowl of salsa, grabbed a spoon and commenced eating.

So... yeah, if you take pictures of yourself eating one, I can then no longer say that Salsa+Ramen Soup is the weirdest thing I've ever seen someone eat.
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Postby pollywog » Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:49 am UTC

This doesn't count, but I've seen someone eat a dead mouse. Just picked it up off the floor and chomp.
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Postby lone_psychonaut » Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:54 am UTC

I was gonna say, the ramen and salsa idea sounded good, but it was missing something. Mouse meat.
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Postby pollywog » Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:56 am UTC

Sorry if that was TMI. Severe amounts of drugs and alcohol were involved though. And it wasn't me.
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Postby SecondTalon » Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:57 am UTC

So.. how.. fresh was the mouse? I mean, if it was a couple of hours, that's one thing.. but a few days is just.. no.

Also, no gutting it first?
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Postby lone_psychonaut » Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:58 am UTC

pollywog wrote:Sorry if that was TMI. Severe amounts of drugs and alcohol were involved though. And it wasn't me.


I love the fact that your post mentioning drugs is your 420'th post
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Postby pollywog » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:02 pm UTC

SecondTalon wrote:So.. how.. fresh was the mouse? I mean, if it was a couple of hours, that's one thing.. but a few days is just.. no.

Also, no gutting it first?


Caught in a mousetrap. It was maybe a day old. Nah, whole thing, crunchy crunch.

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Postby SecondTalon » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:05 pm UTC

420 has a special significance in 'Merican Drug Folklore. The story I've always heard is that it's a police code for Marijuana Use or Possession, but in all my research I've yet to find a police precinct that uses that code.

The only story I've heard that makes any sense is, in a lot of places school gets out around 3:00. Given time to get home, change or whatever, then head over to a communal meeting place with friends.. probably ends up being around 4:20ish, leading rise to "Hurry up, it's almost 4:20!"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/420_(cannabis_culture) (You'll need to copy/paste the whole bit)

So.. yeah, 420's become potslang and sometimes generic drugslang.
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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:12 pm UTC

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lone_psychonaut wrote:I love the fact that your post mentioning drugs is your 420'th post


I don't unnerstand.


Here in the States, 420 mainly deals with marijuana, but is used to reference other drugs as well.

As far as weird combinations of food, my dad invented macaweenies. I loved it as a kid, and still do. Basically he'd take a box of macaroni and cheese, and mix in about half a pack of hot dogs, cut up. Put a little ketchup on the side to dip the hot dog bits, and that was good eatin'. Mom didn't think so.

Once I did my own beefaroni, using leftover macaroni and cheese, and leftover sloppy joe meat. Added a bit of ketchup, and that was real good.
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Postby pollywog » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:12 pm UTC

Ok, I think I've hijacked the thread enough. I'm not poor, so I really have nothing more to add to this.
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Postby ShadeWolf » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:15 pm UTC

When i was a kid, I used to eat peanut butter (with no butter) and tomato sauce sandwich, was tasty back then, but now i think it is wierd.
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Postby pollywog » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:16 pm UTC

DarkWerewolf wrote:but now i think it is wierd.


You'd be right.
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Postby lone_psychonaut » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:17 pm UTC

DarkWerewolf wrote:When i was a kid, I used to eat peanut butter (with no butter) and tomato sauce sandwich, was tasty back then, but now i think it is wierd.


My grandma used to give me cottage cheese with ketchup when I was really little. I thought it tasted good, and my grandma gave it to me, so I didn't really question it, but looking back, I sort of wonder what the hell she was thinking.
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Postby lesliesage » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:19 pm UTC

I heard that pet food has to be certifiably edible by humans because poor people eat it. This probably isn't the type of culinary poverty we're talking about, though... I definitely pay for nice food before I pay for nice belongings. I've eaten my fair share of Ramen, though.

My roommate in college was like, "Dude, we have to eat Spam. We're in college." So it was a big mission to acquire Spam and crackers and eat it all, even though we had full board in the dorm. I always love a Plan. Ah, memories.
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Postby prime » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:32 pm UTC

lesliesage wrote:I heard that pet food has to be certifiably edible by humans because poor people eat it.


I've heard rumors that my grandparents fed my dad dog food as a child. :(

Also, macaronio and cheese + peas is a lot better than it sounds.
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Postby lesliesage » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:34 pm UTC

prime wrote: Also, macaronio and cheese + peas is a lot better than it sounds.
And it sounds amazing!
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Postby pollywog » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:38 pm UTC

I've eaten dog biscuits and I'm fine.
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Postby TheTankengine » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:43 pm UTC

A couple weeks ago I made a rather tasty concoction.

I seared up some chicken, herbs and pepper; boiled my last bit of elbow macaroni from several months before; heated up some green beans; then combined it all with a bit of milk, butter a lot of Romano cheese.

It didn't look so hot, but damn was it tasty.


I'm actually a pretty good cook, so I come up with a lot of different recipes based on the plethora of random things I have in my fridge/pantry.
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Postby pete » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:52 pm UTC

A roommate of mine's parents gave him 5 cases of canned pilchards once. We ate pilchards with everything for months. Pilchards on toast, pilchards with spaghetti, pilchard stew (really bad idea). Just typing that made me feel sick.
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Postby MFHodge » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:54 pm UTC

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We always ate pretty well in college. I used to eat bricks of dry, uncooked ramen. It was pretty good. You can mix the poweder with a little water and make a dipping sauce, too.

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pete wrote:A roommate of mine's parents gave him 5 cases of canned pilchards once.

Since I had to look it up, I'll share for others. A plichard is a small fish like a sardine. Or maybe exactly the same thing.
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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Tue Jul 10, 2007 12:54 pm UTC

I remember one time when I was a teenager during the summer I was hungry, but didn't feel like making a sammich. We had some leftover rice, some frozen mixed veggies, and some mozzerella cheese. I reheated the rice, cooked some of the frozen veggies in just butter, salt, and pepper, mixed the veggies with the rice, and topped it all with a bit of mozzerella cheese. Was healthy, and tasty.
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Postby pete » Tue Jul 10, 2007 1:08 pm UTC

VTHodge wrote:
pete wrote:A roommate of mine's parents gave him 5 cases of canned pilchards once.

Since I had to look it up, I'll share for others. A plichard is a small fish like a sardine. Or maybe exactly the same thing.


Sorry, I didn't realise they aren't common. They're a bit bigger than sardines (about 2 or 3 times the size) and taste much the same, but they're packed in tomato sauce instead of brine or whatever.
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Postby PictureSarah » Tue Jul 10, 2007 1:23 pm UTC

The cheese and salsa sandwich has been a staple of mine for several years...I didn't know it was all that weird. Seems like a natural to me!

PatrickRsGhost wrote:As far as weird combinations of food, my dad invented macaweenies. I loved it as a kid, and still do. Basically he'd take a box of macaroni and cheese, and mix in about half a pack of hot dogs, cut up. Put a little ketchup on the side to dip the hot dog bits, and that was good eatin'. Mom didn't think so.


My mom was very health-conscious when I was a little kid, so mac'n'cheese nights weren't all that common, but my parents were also young-ish, worked a lot and didn't make much money, so they definitely happened often enough to decide that mac'n'cheese was my favorite food. You could always tell who had prepared the mac'n'cheese though, because when it was my dad it had sliced up hotdogs in it, when it was my mom it had broccoli in it.
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Postby joeframbach » Tue Jul 10, 2007 2:49 pm UTC

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Postby OCR » Tue Jul 10, 2007 2:55 pm UTC

my favorite meal snowboarding is ketchup packets + hot water for a lovely tomato soup. I hate carrying sammichs with me, and damned if I'll buy resort food.
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Postby Fantastic Idea » Tue Jul 10, 2007 3:06 pm UTC

My coworker is a single guy in his 30s and tends to tell us about the most disturbing food concoctions he makes. One breakfast was called 'buffalo dog eggs' and apparently involved buffalo sauce on scrambled eggs with hot dogs mixed in... and there were other things which I've blocked from my memory.

When I was little my parents often resorted to the easy and cheap dinner of eggs and rice, (scrambled eggs with rice pilaf) and that's still a total comfort food for me. It was great when I was 4, and it's great now.

I like to make instant Ramen like it's serious, too. I add eggs and baby corn and bamboo shoots and shit... it can get pretty elaborate.
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Postby Nyarlathotep » Tue Jul 10, 2007 3:07 pm UTC

Never, ever, ever eat sour skittles for breakfast. Ever. You will be so, so unhappy.

My friends seem to think that mayonaise and french fries is weird. I consider it to be a perfectly normal thing to eat (And in fact I despise ketchup and can't imagine putting that stuff on your fries. And that garbage most people call mustard? Please. That's not mustard, that's yellow... glop... stuff.)
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Postby Traisenau » Tue Jul 10, 2007 3:36 pm UTC

Pulp Fiction wrote:Vincent: You know what they put on French fries in Holland instead of ketchup?
Jules: What?
Vincent: Mayonnaise.
Jules: Goddamn.
Vincent: I've seen 'em do it, man. They fucking drown 'em in that shit.
Jules: Uuccch!


And I haven't really made much weird stuff, however when I used to go camping, out favorite breakfast was "Eggs in a bag", which is when you just put a couple eggs, cheese, ham, and whatever else you want to into a ziplock bag, then place it into boiling water. And this can get rather bad sometimes, because if your bag touches the side of the pot, then the bag will melt, and you'll get a bit of plastic with your eggs, yum. But if the bag doesn't melt, then the eggs are really well done and very tasty.

But the "weirdest thing" I have had is probably our Eastern NC BBQ, which is different than everywhere else because we pull and dice the pork, using a vinegar based sauce. We also have hushpuppies, which are delicious and are basically just deep-fried cornbread balls(if someone can tell me if they have these anywhere else, I would be stoked, as I haven't found them anywhere but here).
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Postby SecondTalon » Tue Jul 10, 2007 3:40 pm UTC

These hushpuppies? Like, the kind you can get at Long John Silvers (though those are pretty crappy ones) or is there some different way you guys prepare them?

Otherwise... yes, you can get them pretty much anywhere in the South. Find a place that serves fish... they have them.
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Postby Nyarlathotep » Tue Jul 10, 2007 3:43 pm UTC

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Pulp Fiction wrote:Vincent: You know what they put on French fries in Holland instead of ketchup?
Jules: What?
Vincent: Mayonnaise.
Jules: Goddamn.
Vincent: I've seen 'em do it, man. They fucking drown 'em in that shit.




1/4 of my family is from there, which is where I picked up the habit. They came over to visit when I was very young... like four or five. I think it went something like...

Me: *trying to get ketchup off of fries*
Cousin: *gets mayo for his fries*
Me: That's weird.
Cousin: That's weird *pointing to ketchup* Here. *offers mayo fry*
Me: *eats* o_O *gets more mayo for fries*
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Postby Traisenau » Tue Jul 10, 2007 3:44 pm UTC

Yeah those are them, but you really don't wanna get them in a fast food place, as they are so good.
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Postby OCR » Tue Jul 10, 2007 3:44 pm UTC

I eat mayo with chik-fil-a fries.

that is the finest mayo ever though.
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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Tue Jul 10, 2007 3:48 pm UTC

SecondTalon wrote:These hushpuppies? Like, the kind you can get at Long John Silvers (though those are pretty crappy ones) or is there some different way you guys prepare them?

Otherwise... yes, you can get them pretty much anywhere in the South. Find a place that serves fish... they have them.


Long John Silver's or Captain D's hushpuppies = blasphemy.

I like the homemade hushpuppies. They're really good w/ chopped up onion mixed in.

But yeah. You can get them at almost any restaurant that serves fish/seafood, as well as almost any BBQ place. Folks (used to be Po'Folks) has them IIRC.
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Postby SecondTalon » Tue Jul 10, 2007 3:49 pm UTC

Depends on the place, really. I'll agree that a national place can't make them to save their life, but .. little local diner places usually make good ones.. probably because they're using someone's recipie to whip them up in the back, rather than thawing them out of the freezer.

There's also a chain around here called Moby Dick's. Places usually look kinda shoddy, but their food's not bad.. they also have nice hushpuppies.

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Goddamn it, I want hushpuppies now.
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Postby Sprocket » Tue Jul 10, 2007 4:17 pm UTC

I like it because i come up with wacky delcious things. Vegans replace egg with apple sauce in baking recipies. I tried canned peaches, blended up in jiffy corn bread mix once when I had no eggs. SUCCESS! And delicious.

When I first moved here I'd put dried blue berries into Jiffy corn bread mix and top it with tapioca pudding. That would be my lunch at Houghton Mifflin.
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Postby Mighty Jalapeno » Tue Jul 10, 2007 4:23 pm UTC

Half of our diet back in the day was Kraft Macaroni and Cheese, with so much hot sauce that the whole mess was Pepto-pink. On pay-day, we'd get a huge utility chicken, and do a roast that would last three or four days. Also, an eight-dollar bag of rice lasted of eight months, having rice at almost every meal.

Other than that, we occaisionally had ramen, or sausages, or hash browns, or something easily fried.
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Postby Bakemaster » Tue Jul 10, 2007 4:40 pm UTC

In grade school whenever it was chicken noodle soup day at the caf it was also chocolate chip cookie day. So I'd crumble the cookie up and put it in the soup like oyster crackers. SO GOOD.

Also I am fond of a sandwich made of rice cake, lunchmeat, rice cake, PB&J, rice cake (in that order and definitely mustard on the lunchmeat).
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Postby TheTankengine » Tue Jul 10, 2007 4:40 pm UTC

SecondTalon wrote:Depends on the place, really. I'll agree that a national place can't make them to save their life, but .. little local diner places usually make good ones.. probably because they're using someone's recipie to whip them up in the back, rather than thawing them out of the freezer.

There's also a chain around here called Moby Dick's. Places usually look kinda shoddy, but their food's not bad.. they also have nice hushpuppies.

...

Goddamn it, I want hushpuppies now.


I've never had Moby Dick's. Not because it looks shoddy (because you are definitely right about that), but I just imagine that any food created inside that building must be absolutely dripping in grease. Should I actually try it?


And I've had some delicious hushpuppies in several seafood restaurants in Myrtle Beach. Now those were amazing, especially compared to the LJS crap. (And you really cannot beat crab taken straight from the ocean.)
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Postby Phenriz » Tue Jul 10, 2007 4:41 pm UTC

what flavor rice cake, or just plain?
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