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Postby Traisenau » Thu Jul 12, 2007 6:32 am UTC

Oh, just though of something, SPAMburgers. Basically, just fry some SPAM, and toast some sort of bread(I prefer just generic rolls, but I have tried it with hotdog buns, hamburger buns, sliced bread), and they are really damn good. I also like them when I put the SPAM on ricecakes, and just for lulz I'm gonna try it with donuts next.
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Postby chrispy1 » Thu Jul 12, 2007 8:53 am UTC

arcticfox.sq wrote:Or poutine (it's liek, the only Canadian food -- wait, are beaver tails Canadian?)


I remember being in Quebec City when I was 16 and finding out that McDonald's made poutine there. Damn that was tasty (when we were in Paris, found out that McD's made a curry chicken burger. In Russia they apparently offer borscht. Gotta love adaptability...).

And yeah, Beaver Tails are totally Canadian. Actually, from what I've seen, only Ottawa-ian. Which is sad, cuz I'd love to have one while walking downtown TO. :-(
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Postby bavardage » Thu Jul 12, 2007 11:39 am UTC

I have just finished a bowl of cheese porridge. I wasn't sure what to have for lunch so saw some oats, but thought hmm lunch should be savoury.

The solution, don't add sugar to the porridge, but add some cheese instead, so several chunks of mature cheddar, oats, and some milk went into the microwave for a couple of minutes.

The result wasn't actually that bad, but added some salami once cooked for some added savoury-ness.
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Postby TheTankengine » Thu Jul 12, 2007 11:59 am UTC

Johnthemage wrote:Oh, just though of something, SPAMburgers. Basically, just fry some SPAM, and toast some sort of bread(I prefer just generic rolls, but I have tried it with hotdog buns, hamburger buns, sliced bread), and they are really damn good. I also like them when I put the SPAM on ricecakes, and just for lulz I'm gonna try it with donuts next.


I believe the combination of fried SPAM and donuts could easily kill any person with border-line heart problems.


And what the hell are beaver tails? If you Canucks walk around eating literal beaver tails, well, that is just fucked up.
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Postby Cuton » Thu Jul 12, 2007 12:16 pm UTC

Beavertails are a pastry made of fried dough in an oval shape (general shape of a beavertail) they are then covered in either cinamon and sugar (for the regular kind) or with some specialty topings... Quite good. Best enjoyed on a cold night skating on the rideau canal IMO.

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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Thu Jul 12, 2007 12:23 pm UTC

Cuton wrote:Beavertails are a pastry made of fried dough in an oval shape (general shape of a beavertail) they are then covered in either cinamon and sugar (for the regular kind) or with some specialty topings... Quite good. Best enjoyed on a cold night skating on the rideau canal IMO.

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They do sound good...kind of like a flattened donut.
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Postby TheTankengine » Thu Jul 12, 2007 12:25 pm UTC

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Cuton wrote:Beavertails are a pastry made of fried dough in an oval shape (general shape of a beavertail) they are then covered in either cinamon and sugar (for the regular kind) or with some specialty topings... Quite good. Best enjoyed on a cold night skating on the rideau canal IMO.

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They do sound good...kind of like a flattened donut.


Or ... exactly like a flattened donut.
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Postby MFHodge » Thu Jul 12, 2007 12:46 pm UTC

Cuton wrote:Beavertails are a pastry made of fried dough in an oval shape (general shape of a beavertail) they are then covered in either cinamon and sugar (for the regular kind) or with some specialty topings... Quite good. Best enjoyed on a cold night skating on the rideau canal IMO.

I totally thought we were talking about actual beaver tails. Around here those are called Elephant Ears. Usually covered with powdered sugar.
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Postby Cuton » Thu Jul 12, 2007 12:53 pm UTC

They are quite tasty, yes. It's slightly different from donought dough, although close enough. There's no hole in them however, so it's not entirely like a donut. (I'm working hard to differentiate them, donuts != Beavertails)

Eating a real beaver's tail would be messed up. All leathery and non meaty. Also... not that many beavers around for us to consume in large quantities.

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Postby Sprocket » Thu Jul 12, 2007 1:14 pm UTC

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I just got back from updog.

beavertails they look kind of like lil fried doughs.
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Postby German Sausage » Thu Jul 12, 2007 2:04 pm UTC

sardine and cheese sandwiches. the joy!
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Postby Durinthal » Thu Jul 12, 2007 2:28 pm UTC

CatProximity wrote:beavertails they look kind of like lil fried doughs.

Yup, they're elephant ears.
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Postby TheTankengine » Thu Jul 12, 2007 2:40 pm UTC

CatProximity wrote:
I just got back from updog.


What's updog?

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Postby Sprocket » Thu Jul 12, 2007 3:08 pm UTC

TheTankengine wrote:
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I just got back from updog.


What's updog?

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Postby Phenriz » Thu Jul 12, 2007 3:14 pm UTC

Durinthal wrote:
CatProximity wrote:beavertails they look kind of like lil fried doughs.

Yup, they're elephant ears.


down here known as "Funnel Cake", i have no idea why.
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Postby Sprocket » Thu Jul 12, 2007 3:24 pm UTC

funnel cake is different from fried dough, in that funnel cake is drips of dough all sort of lumped together, so you get more fried surface area than one big fried dough
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Postby Phenriz » Thu Jul 12, 2007 3:26 pm UTC

tomatoe, tomahto :P


That said, Chicken Spaghetti who here loves it as much as i do?
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Postby Tractor » Thu Jul 12, 2007 3:37 pm UTC

CatProximity wrote:funnel cake is different from fried dough, in that funnel cake is drips of dough all sort of lumped together, so you get more fried surface area than one big fried dough

Fried dough is awesome, just had some last weekend at the town's July 4th celebration.
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Postby Alpha Omicron » Thu Jul 12, 2007 4:12 pm UTC

@arcticfox: You ate poutine from... McDonalds!? WHY? Everything they make, they make poorly. Try it from a chip wagon Up North. (Every other year I get to eat the poutine in Manitouwadge Ontario, and it rocks (Google Earth time!).)
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Postby Cuton » Thu Jul 12, 2007 4:29 pm UTC

There is nothing quite like a large poutine from an independently run chipstand in "the middle of nowhere, Ontario" or "Where the f*%$ are we, Quebec".

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Postby arcticfox.sq » Thu Jul 12, 2007 10:10 pm UTC

Alpha Omicron wrote:@arcticfox: You ate poutine from... McDonalds!? WHY? Everything they make, they make poorly. Try it from a chip wagon Up North. (Every other year I get to eat the poutine in Manitouwadge Ontario, and it rocks (Google Earth time!).)


What?? Who said I had poutine from McDonalds? I wasn't even in Canada for that stage. Poutine from New York Fries!!! Ahhh *drools* The Works is even better, with chilli and cheese and bacon bits and EVERYTHING in it.

And as for beaver tails, sadly, I've only had them once 6 years ago. I've been missing it ever since :cry: They are so not like funnel cake, or donuts. For one thing, they're better. They just are. End of discussion.
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Postby Wilibus » Thu Jul 12, 2007 10:41 pm UTC

When I was growing up one of my favourite things to eat was a Cheez Whiz, Miracle Whip and pickle sandwich.

But the weirdest sandwich I have ever seen was my old room mate. He used to buy this blueberry syrup, soak one piece of bread in it and then add 2 more to form a syrup soaked bread sandwich.
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Postby lesliesage » Thu Jul 12, 2007 11:45 pm UTC

arcticfox.sq wrote:Poutine from New York Fries!!!
I've never eaten poutine or even seen one (some?). But I'm sure I read an article about it in the New York Times and it sounds amazing. Heart attack on a plate.
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Postby Wilibus » Fri Jul 13, 2007 12:18 am UTC

lesliesage wrote:Heart attack on a plate.
If it is the New York Fries version it is a paper cup and delicious.

So are their "The Works" fries as well, not a huge fan of the sour cream and chili ones though.
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Postby SecondTalon » Fri Jul 13, 2007 12:53 am UTC

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Où j'faisais pousser des patates
J'avais une vache d'ins pâturages
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Fa que j'ai monté sur ma moto
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Ah! C'est bon les patates
C'est bon dedans le bedon
Bon comme Buffalo Bill qui vise dans l'mille
Boum! Boum!
Pis qui abat son bison
Avec des p'tites crottes de fromage
Ça descend dans ton œsophage
Arrosé de sauce BBQ
C'est doux, doux, doux dans l'estomac
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Ah! C'est bon les patates

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Aimait se caller une poutine
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Ah! C'est bon les patates
C'est bon dedans le bedon
Bon comme quand le bourreau sort son marteau
Toc! Toc!
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Quand les patates sont adipeuses
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Ah! C'est bon les patates
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Éplucher des bonnes patates pour une poutine
Ah! C'est bon les patates
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Postby Toeofdoom » Fri Jul 13, 2007 5:28 am UTC

Well I made the macaroni cheese pizzas, and they turned out cool but I had put too much tomato paste on... I didnt realise it was triple concentrated >.>
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Postby Aoeniac » Fri Jul 13, 2007 6:39 am UTC

PatrickRsGhost wrote:
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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.


Macaroni and cheese with hot dogs is a very common and perfectly acceptable meal from a social perspective.


As for me, I eat fairly well.

Although I once put marinara sauce on oatmeal. It wasn't that bad.
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Postby Shro » Fri Jul 13, 2007 7:01 am UTC

Mighty Jalapeno wrote:My favorite beverage when no-one was looking.... Sprite, orange juice, and Cool Whip. It was sparkly, creamy, and tasted like an orange.


I am putting rum in this. And using real cream.
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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Fri Jul 13, 2007 12:20 pm UTC

argyl3 wrote:
Mighty Jalapeno wrote:My favorite beverage when no-one was looking.... Sprite, orange juice, and Cool Whip. It was sparkly, creamy, and tasted like an orange.


I am putting rum in this. And using real cream.


Leave out the rum and Cool Whip, and replace Sprite with Fanta Orange, and you've pretty much got yourself a Frosted Orange one would have to try if visiting Atlanta, at that little restaurant known as The Varsity. They have a handful of locations throughout metro-Atlanta, and one up in Athens near UGA. The one in downtown Atlanta is conveniently located on the other side of the interstate from not one, but two colleges/universities: Georgia Tech, and Georgia State University. It would take most students probably ten minutes to cross the bridge that spans over the interstate, grab a couple of greasy chili dogs, some fries, and a Frosted Orange. Or, when you order, you'd say "walk me two dogs, strings, and an F.O."

I've eaten at one located near the main office of the company I work for, and it is full of win. Artery-clogging win.
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Postby Belial » Fri Jul 13, 2007 1:28 pm UTC

But why would you leave out the rum?

Ever?

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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Fri Jul 13, 2007 1:50 pm UTC

Belial wrote:But why would you leave out the rum?

Ever?

(These last two statements also double as "Belial's personal theory of beverage-making")


Well...one would leave out the rum if they were to grab a Frosted Orange during lunch, between classes, instead of going to the uni's cafeteria, which has greasier food. My mom went to Georgia State, and their cafeteria, the B & D, stood for something else, but all the students called it "Barf & Die".

One would leave out the rum if they do not wish to come to afternoon physics or calculus class buzzed, or hammered.
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Postby OCR » Fri Jul 13, 2007 2:02 pm UTC

that ruins the joy of rum though. It was given to man for such purpose!
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Postby Belial » Fri Jul 13, 2007 2:13 pm UTC

One would leave out the rum if they do not wish to come to afternoon physics or calculus class buzzed, or hammered.


Physics is much more fun if you're hammered.
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Postby Maseiken » Fri Jul 13, 2007 2:25 pm UTC

Belial wrote:
One would leave out the rum if they do not wish to come to afternoon physics or calculus class buzzed, or hammered.


Physics is much more fun if you're hammered.

I can imagine, but Rorsharch Ink Blots are not, in case you were wondering.
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Postby Belial » Fri Jul 13, 2007 2:41 pm UTC

No, those are more fun on acid.
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Postby TheTankengine » Fri Jul 13, 2007 3:04 pm UTC

Toeofdoom wrote:Well I made the macaroni cheese pizzas, and they turned out cool but I had put too much tomato paste on... I didnt realise it was triple concentrated >.>


The mac'n'cheese pizza I've had did not have pizza sauce on it.
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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Fri Jul 13, 2007 3:19 pm UTC

TheTankengine wrote:
Toeofdoom wrote:Well I made the macaroni cheese pizzas, and they turned out cool but I had put too much tomato paste on... I didnt realise it was triple concentrated >.>


The mac'n'cheese pizza I've had did not have pizza sauce on it.


I think the one from Cici's doesn't use sauce, or else they use a very light amount of alfredo cheese sauce.
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Re: Poor single people eat weird things

Postby darthchazza » Wed May 27, 2009 12:46 pm UTC

Frozen peas by themselves (still frozen of course), frozen peas+Mayo and a packet dried apricots dipped in hot salsa. Also on the subjects of frozen peas a friend of mine was infamous for liking "frozen peas and coke" not sure how they made this combination consumable though...
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Re: Poor single people eat weird things

Postby SDIX » Wed May 27, 2009 3:37 pm UTC

little tip: don't read this thread from the beginning if you are currently struggling with nausea and trying to eat crackers. It only defeats the purpose of settling your stomach.

I mentioned in another thread I ate peanut butter filled pretzels in a can of chefboyardee ravioli. It was pretty good.

also, leftover chinese on ramen is good. Leftover almost anything on ramen is good.

leftover chicken, processed with whatever cheese and salsa you have, in the blender and then heated is good on toast, tortillas, chips, or anything you have handy to dip.
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