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Postby Phenriz » Wed Jul 11, 2007 3:13 pm UTC

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Postby chrispy1 » Wed Jul 11, 2007 3:26 pm UTC

Have loved the salsa and cheese sandwiches for ages (occasionally I'll toss on some black olives for that "nacho" taste)...

My all time favourite sandwich in university was nutella and crunchy peanut butter....tastes kinda like a reese peanut butter cup, only so much better...
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Postby Jauss » Wed Jul 11, 2007 3:44 pm UTC

rachel wrote:Because it is tasty and delicious when combined with basically every food ever? Including foods that are usually not foods by themselves, like lettuce.


Ketchup is awesome. I used to dip my lettuce in barbecue sauce as a young'n though, before I learned to like salad dressing.

Ketchup on soft, fried plantains = pure win.
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Postby TheTankengine » Wed Jul 11, 2007 3:49 pm UTC

chrispy1 wrote:My all time favourite sandwich in university was nutella and crunchy peanut butter....tastes kinda like a reese peanut butter cup, only so much better...


I am so looking forward to trying this out. I love nutella and I love crunchy peanut butter. I can't believe I never thought of that.

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Postby SecondTalon » Wed Jul 11, 2007 3:50 pm UTC

So, Miracle Whip and Mayonaise are both vile substances that should be purged from the Earth, all knowledge of their existence cleansed from the communal archives, re-creation to be met with the death penalty, and whatever else I need to do to insure that, no matter how half-wit the guy behind the counter, I'll never get another damn burger with that crap plastered all over it.

And no, I can't just "wipe it off".

You are all sick individuals for tolerating that substance to exist, and I think less of you for eating it.

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Postby FiddleMath » Wed Jul 11, 2007 3:50 pm UTC

Chopped bacon, onions, and garlic, fried together, into mac and cheese. Lots of pepper.

Also, a perennial favorite of mine is peanut butter and jelly on raw ramen wafers. So much more satisfying than bread. :)
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Postby Toeofdoom » Wed Jul 11, 2007 3:52 pm UTC

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PatrickRsGhost wrote:Check your shops, you might have the Kraft Macaroni & Cheese "dinner" that comes in the box:

You just boil the macaroni, drain it, add the cheese powder packet to it, along with a bit of milk and butter or margarine.

mmm...good stuff. If only I could keep milk around with which to make it. That's the other problem with being single and attempting to cook stuff - all the perishables die before you can use them. Like the half box of strawberries and few-week-old milk in my fridge. Actually, I can't remember the last time I finished a carton of milk. I did find that if you leave it in there for over a month, it gets a layered look...completely nasty.



Okay,...

THat is not the macaroni cheese I was thinking of. It has makaroni and cheese, but... ugh. Yeah, anyway I'm making my macaroni cheese pizzas tomorrow probably.
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Postby Tractor » Wed Jul 11, 2007 3:57 pm UTC

Toeofdoom wrote:Okay,...

THat is not the macaroni cheese I was thinking of. It has makaroni and cheese, but... ugh. Yeah, anyway I'm making my macaroni cheese pizzas tomorrow probably.

Mac and cheese pizza? *ponders* My brain doesn't want to process that properly. Elaborate?
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Postby SecondTalon » Wed Jul 11, 2007 3:59 pm UTC

Mac & Cheese pizza can be good, but if the noodles get screwed up...

Well, the stuff I had, at least, had less of a tomato-based sauce, more alfredo..ese...ian. Alfredoeseian. Yeah.
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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Wed Jul 11, 2007 4:01 pm UTC

Toeofdoom wrote:Okay,...

THat is not the macaroni cheese I was thinking of. It has makaroni and cheese, but... ugh. Yeah, anyway I'm making my macaroni cheese pizzas tomorrow probably.


I've seen the macaroni and cheese pizza at Cici's Pizza. Been meaning to try it. May have to next time I go.

I know that's not the macaroni & cheese you're thinking of, but that's the kind we're usually referring to when we talk about the easy-to-make macaroni and cheese. There are the frozen varieties, made by Stouffer's. One is the classic baked mac & cheese. The other is made by Swanson (I think), marketed under their Kid Cuisine line. Those just require a few minutes' zap in the microwave.

Kraft also has their mac & cheese in individual serving packets and cups that can be done in the microwave. You just add water, cook for a few minutes, then add the cheese powder.

But yeah...the homemade mac & cheese is full of cheesy win more than the instant stuff.
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Postby Toeofdoom » Wed Jul 11, 2007 4:02 pm UTC

Basically the idea would be a normal pizza, of whatever flavour you normally have. Except it has macaroni with a cheese sauce just under the mozzerella. The cheese sauce is more like a creamy cheese sauce than some crappy packet one though...

I'm gonna cook the macaroni first of course, but I'll make sure not to let it get too soft...

You could add other types of cheese too i suppose or put some under the macaroni anyway just ontop of the other toppings, but whatever.
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Postby darry » Wed Jul 11, 2007 4:47 pm UTC

grate a little bit of dark chocolate over bolognese (or other meaty pasta sauce) before parmesan. sounds like it might be horrible, but trust me. it's win.
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Postby TheTankengine » Wed Jul 11, 2007 4:54 pm UTC

PatrickRsGhost wrote:I've seen the macaroni and cheese pizza at Cici's Pizza.


It's... uhh... actually not that good.

The concept is good, but CiCi's is just all around crappy pizza anyway. But hey, less than $5 for all the pizza you can eat, I suppose you probably shouldn't expect gourmet in the first place.
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Postby Tractor » Wed Jul 11, 2007 5:05 pm UTC

TheTankengine wrote:
PatrickRsGhost wrote:I've seen the macaroni and cheese pizza at Cici's Pizza.


It's... uhh... actually not that good.

The concept is good, but CiCi's is just all around crappy pizza anyway. But hey, less than $5 for all the pizza you can eat, I suppose you probably shouldn't expect gourmet in the first place.


That's a problem with all buffets. You swap quality for quantity.
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Postby TheTankengine » Wed Jul 11, 2007 5:31 pm UTC

Tractor wrote:
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PatrickRsGhost wrote:I've seen the macaroni and cheese pizza at Cici's Pizza.


It's... uhh... actually not that good.

The concept is good, but CiCi's is just all around crappy pizza anyway. But hey, less than $5 for all the pizza you can eat, I suppose you probably shouldn't expect gourmet in the first place.


That's a problem with all buffets. You swap quality for quantity.


There is a local pizza place up the street from the plant called MaZarella's that has a lunch buffet for $5.50 with a drink and cinnamon sticks. And it is excellent! Fresh pizza with plenty of toppings, nice people and they usually ask what kind of pizza I would like, since I've gone there once a week for the past 2 months, as well as the last 4 months of last year. So its not really all buffets, just the obscene majority.
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Postby Phenriz » Wed Jul 11, 2007 5:36 pm UTC

Double Dave's is the pwn.

pepperoni+cheese rolls with ranch dressing

that is all.
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Postby Tractor » Wed Jul 11, 2007 5:55 pm UTC

TheTankengine wrote:So its not really all buffets, just the obscene majority.


Yeah, there are exceptions to just about every rule. I would like to find a really good cheap buffet around here, but so far no dice.
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Postby lone_psychonaut » Wed Jul 11, 2007 6:25 pm UTC

SecondTalon wrote:So, Miracle Whip and Mayonaise are both vile substances that should be purged from the Earth, all knowledge of their existence cleansed from the communal archives, re-creation to be met with the death penalty, and whatever else I need to do to insure that, no matter how half-wit the guy behind the counter, I'll never get another damn burger with that crap plastered all over it.

And no, I can't just "wipe it off".

You are all sick individuals for tolerating that substance to exist, and I think less of you for eating it.

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I have summed up my thoughts perfectly on those vile substances.
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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Wed Jul 11, 2007 6:32 pm UTC

SecondTalon wrote:So, Miracle Whip and Mayonaise are both vile substances that should be purged from the Earth, all knowledge of their existence cleansed from the communal archives, re-creation to be met with the death penalty, and whatever else I need to do to insure that, no matter how half-wit the guy behind the counter, I'll never get another damn burger with that crap plastered all over it.

And no, I can't just "wipe it off".

You are all sick individuals for tolerating that substance to exist, and I think less of you for eating it.

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The only good use mayonnaise has is tuna salad or cole slaw. That's it. Whenever I go to a restaurant that puts mayo on their burger, I make sure I tell them clearly, and they repeat it, that I want NO MAYO on the sammich. If it comes to me with the mayo, I send it back, and expect a remake, and in some cases, a refund.
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Postby SecondTalon » Wed Jul 11, 2007 6:41 pm UTC

Tuna Salad and Cole Slaw are vile abominations, mockeries of food.
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Postby Belial » Wed Jul 11, 2007 6:42 pm UTC

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Postby Alpha Omicron » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:00 pm UTC

SecondTalon wrote:Tuna Salad and Cole Slaw are vile abominations, mockeries of food.

So true. I'll add potato and macaroni salads to that.
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Postby Phenriz » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:02 pm UTC

fuck you bitches.

Tuna Salad and Potato Salad are amazing, if prepared properly.

by that i mean the right amount of mayonnaise and spicy mustard.
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Postby Fantastic Idea » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:07 pm UTC

Tuna Salad, Potato Salad = Awesome. (I also have one of the greatest Potato Salad recipes EVER. That could be why.)

Cole Slaw, Macaroni Salad = Abominations.

I tried cole slaw once. I threw up. I have never tried it again.
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Postby Mighty Jalapeno » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:07 pm UTC

Meaux_Pas wrote:Tuna Salad, Potato Salad = Awesome. (I also have one of the greatest Potato Salad recipes EVER. That could be why.)

Cole Slaw, Macaroni Salad = Abominations.

I tried cole slaw once. I threw up. I have never tried it again.

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Postby Belial » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:10 pm UTC

Oh oh, taste aversion conditioning! One of my favorite psychological phenomena.

Basically, most forms of conditioning take a *whole bunch* of repetition to develop a reaction.

But if you eat something, and then vomit immediately after, it only takes *one* repetition to give you a strong aversion to that substance, even if the substance didn't actually cause the vomiting.

They did this with wolfpacks once, by filling a lamb with vomit-inducing drugs and letting the wolf pack eat it. That pack never went near sheep again.

This happened to me with croissant-and-vienna-sausage pigs-in-a-blanket. I ate them right before a stomach flu came to a head, and now the very smell of them makes me nauseous.
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Postby Mighty Jalapeno » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:13 pm UTC

Belial wrote:But if you eat something, and then vomit immediately after, it only takes *one* repetition to give you a strong aversion to that substance, even if the substance didn't actually cause the vomiting.

My son got carsick after eating McDonalds fries last year.... vomited all over the car a block from home. We then hear, in a pitiful little voice, "I don't like McDonalds now..."

The same thing happened with cookies, but we didn't mind reassuring him on that count that the cookies were unrelated to the barfing.

V8 juice made me vomit from the taste, and now if I smell it I become exceedingly nauseous. The cheese balls I had right before the norovirus flattened me now make me nauseous if I SEE them in the store.

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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:14 pm UTC

Tuna salad, if done properly, is full of win. It only requires three ingredients: canned tuna, preferably with all the liquid drained, mayonnaise, and dill or sweet relish. Chopped-up boiled egg is optional.

Potato salad is only good if made with more mustard than mayonnaise.

Cole slaw, if done right, is good. I have had mostly bad cole slaw. Once in a while have I come across good slaw. I used to make homemade slaw and it was good.

Macaroni salad - again, if done right, is good.

How do you do any of these right? Don't put a shitload of mayonnaise in them. No more than a tablespoon is needed, per serving. That's it. If you're making tuna salad sammiches, you don't need to dump the entire jar of mayonnaise in the tuna, unless you're feeding your entire floor in the dorms. Even then it's too much.
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Postby SecondTalon » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:14 pm UTC

Belial wrote:But if you eat something, and then vomit immediately after, it only takes *one* repetition to give you a strong aversion to that substance, even if the substance didn't actually cause the vomiting.


Hm.. Interesting.. So that's why I can't drink Whiskey, or Jager, or Tequila, or Rum, or Gin, or...
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Postby Belial » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:15 pm UTC

Those things made you vomit immediately?

Most times, when I drink alchohol, the vomiting doesn't come til quite a while later.
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Postby SecondTalon » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:17 pm UTC

Well, not immediately, but within about six hours or so. Mostly because, at the time, I was being stupid and not paying attention to how much of it I was drinking.

Vodka I can still drink, at least. And beer.
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Postby Durinthal » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:22 pm UTC

I like vinegar-based coleslaw, but not the kind that's mayonnaise-based.

Another personal quirk for me is that I like to dip French fries in applesauce, but given that latkes (potato pancakes, whatever) are sometimes served with applesauce, it doesn't seem that unusual.
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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:25 pm UTC

Belial wrote:But if you eat something, and then vomit immediately after, it only takes *one* repetition to give you a strong aversion to that substance, even if the substance didn't actually cause the vomiting.


The same can be true if you experience any digestion problems from food (nausea, diarrhea, constipation).

Which is why I can't stand Taco Bell too much. I tend to have...problems if I eat their food, especially their bean burritos.

But homemade Meximerican food I can tolerate, even bean burritos. Odd.

Actually, if you experience any kind of discomfort from any food, even if you're not allergic to it, you tend to avoid the food, or even develop a serioous dislike for it. Specifically, the brand of food if you experience discomfort from one brand, but if you eat the same thing from another brand, you don't.

Case in point: When I was a teen, my mom ordered Papa John's pizza for supper. She got it all the time where she worked at the time, and said it was good. I tried a few slices, but suffered from a serious sore throat later that evening. It felt like someone had taken a rusty razor and scraped the lining of my throat, then rubbed Tobasco Sauce along the wounds. I finally cooled it down with a nice, tall glass of milk.

We thought it might be the spices in the sauce then.

Fast forward about ten years. The company I work for throws an annual pizza party, usually in some nearby local park near the main office. Respectively, they call it "Pizza In The Park." The first time I got to take part in it, it rained the day it was planned, so we had it in the break room. They ordered Papa John's. I ate a few slices, and experienced the same torture I endured those many years before. I came to the conclusion that either I am allergic to something in their sauce, or else it's just the sauce is a tad too spicy for me. Whenever someone suggests ordering Papa John's pizza, I try to pursuade them to rethink it. I tell them I'm highly sensitive to the sauce, and if they can order Pizza Hut or Domino's instead. Or, they can order Papa John's, and then order Domino's for me, and I will pay (if I have the money).
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Postby Fantastic Idea » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:39 pm UTC

Mighty Jalapeno wrote:
Meaux_Pas wrote:Tuna Salad, Potato Salad = Awesome. (I also have one of the greatest Potato Salad recipes EVER. That could be why.)

Cole Slaw, Macaroni Salad = Abominations.

I tried cole slaw once. I threw up. I have never tried it again.

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Postby Mighty Jalapeno » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:42 pm UTC

Meaux_Pas wrote:
Mighty Jalapeno wrote:
Meaux_Pas wrote:Tuna Salad, Potato Salad = Awesome. (I also have one of the greatest Potato Salad recipes EVER. That could be why.)

Cole Slaw, Macaroni Salad = Abominations.

I tried cole slaw once. I threw up. I have never tried it again.

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Please don't impregnate me.

Look, just because I'm super-virile doesn't mean I go around impregnating EVERYONE who feels the same way I do about macaroni salad....
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Postby Fantastic Idea » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:44 pm UTC

Mighty Jalapeno wrote:
Meaux_Pas wrote:
Mighty Jalapeno wrote:
Meaux_Pas wrote:Tuna Salad, Potato Salad = Awesome. (I also have one of the greatest Potato Salad recipes EVER. That could be why.)

Cole Slaw, Macaroni Salad = Abominations.

I tried cole slaw once. I threw up. I have never tried it again.

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Please don't impregnate me.

Look, just because I'm super-virile doesn't mean I go around impregnating EVERYONE who feels the same way I do about macaroni salad....


Well, you never know... you can impregnate the same woman three times, despite the fact that you're not supposed to be able to... you might be able to spontaneously knock me up through the internets, even despite my IUD. Maybe I should put a condom over something? I'd say the mouse but I don't have one.
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Postby Belial » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:46 pm UTC

The same can be true if you experience any digestion problems from food (nausea, diarrhea, constipation).

Which is why I can't stand Taco Bell too much. I tend to have...problems if I eat their food, especially their bean burritos.

But homemade Meximerican food I can tolerate, even bean burritos. Odd.

Actually, if you experience any kind of discomfort from any food, even if you're not allergic to it, you tend to avoid the food, or even develop a serioous dislike for it. Specifically, the brand of food if you experience discomfort from one brand, but if you eat the same thing from another brand, you don't.


True. The response formed by an immediate-vomit-reaction is on a whole different level, though, it's striking.
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Postby Mighty Jalapeno » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:46 pm UTC

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Mighty Jalapeno wrote:Look, just because I'm super-virile doesn't mean I go around impregnating EVERYONE who feels the same way I do about macaroni salad....


Well, you never know... you can impregnate the same woman three times, despite the fact that you're not supposed to be able to... you might be able to spontaneously knock me up through the internets, even despite my IUD.

Wow, you actually remember stuff about me? You're good... and, yes, it has happened before. Anna Nicole's baby?

Mine.
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Postby arbivark » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:54 pm UTC

cheese and salsa sandwich

I flunked out of college and moved west, to boulder. Met a girl who made these sandwiches:
Sourdough bread.
layer of corn mush
layer of refried beans
layer of cheese (this was before i went vegan)
layer of salsa
alfalfa sprouts, if i'm remembering right.
mrs. ott's dressing.
top with the other piece of sourdough.

Served with real hot chocolate (milk, cocoa, a little sugar, drop of vanilla.)

Spent 6 years with her, and 20 years later we're still in touch.
She was french-american, and put mayo on corn on the cob - quite good, especially when she made the mayo herself. it's tricky, takes a cold blender, cold oil, lemon juice, egg yolk. i've forgotten how to do it.
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Postby Girl™ » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:56 pm UTC

I... I love cole slaw. Even shitty Chick-Fil-A cole slaw. You guys suck. ;_;

I know I've made horrible, horrible things when strapped for cash and food, but mercifully, I can't remember most of them. Sausage patties and white rice may be the most unhealthy thing you can possibly eat, but it's pretty damn good. Same with Kraft mac and cheese with a can of Ro-Tel tomatoes mixed in. Also, fried okra with sliced raw tomato and onion on the side is a damn good meal. Even better if you make hush puppies out of the leftover cornmeal batter.

My dad eats weird shit, though. Sometimes he has a bowl of crunched-up saltines with milk and sugar poured over it, or "po' man soup" (chopped potato, onion, and garlic, sauteed a bit and boiled with a little spaghetti, salt, and pepper). Dammit, dad, you're not poor or single! Stop that!
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