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Postby Aeltar » Wed Jul 25, 2007 7:46 pm UTC

What's your favorite? Example:
1 sleeve Ritz crackers
1 can E-Z-Cheez (or similar)
1 jar Nutella
1 jar Marshmallow Fluff

Take Ritz cracker, spread Nutella, spread marshmallow fluff, spray E-Z-Cheez. Eat. Repeat.

These should be horrendous for yourself if at all possible, and taste wonderful. Can anybody match the RNMC?
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Postby LSK » Wed Jul 25, 2007 7:50 pm UTC

I take tofu(cut up), barbecue sauce, and pita. Together, they taste pretty good, if the tofu has been heated so it's not moist.
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Postby Aeltar » Wed Jul 25, 2007 7:51 pm UTC

LSK wrote:I take tofu(cut up), barbecue sauce, and pita. Together, they taste pretty good, if the tofu has been heated so it's not moist.


But that's good for you! You get half points.
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Postby Nyarlathotep » Wed Jul 25, 2007 7:53 pm UTC

Crisco with sugar mixed in it. I ate like half a can of that once.
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Postby Twasbrillig » Wed Jul 25, 2007 7:54 pm UTC

Poutine, smothered in as much mayo and ketchup that you can get on one chip possible.
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Postby Hammer » Wed Jul 25, 2007 7:55 pm UTC

Peanut butter and cheese sandwich with onion, mayo and seasoning salt.
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Postby Nyarlathotep » Wed Jul 25, 2007 7:57 pm UTC

Also, once at my college the pub (that place we eat which isn't the cafeteria. I go to a tiny school.) had these special biodegradable plates last year. The thing about 'em is that they were safe to eat - the guys who were presenting them to us actually demonstrated by eating one.

Since this was at a college, they became part of the poor freshman's usual bill of fare. You'd use your meal plan to get dinner at the pub, eat that, and save the plates. Once you ran out of meals / the cafeteria was closed and you had NO money (like myself), the usual thing would be to find whatever sauces you had lying around your room (in my case, generally some sort of mayonaise) and eat the plate like that. or plain. Mmm. I have very fond memories of watching bad Godzilla flicks at 2:00 in the morning with my only nourishment consisting of biodegradable plate with a hint of grease and onion, a touch of mayo, and really flat coke.
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Postby Fantastic Idea » Wed Jul 25, 2007 8:22 pm UTC

Congratulations, Nyarlathotep. This thread now contains the strangest thing I've ever heard, and the grossest thing I'd ever consider eating, and you provided both.

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Postby miles01110 » Wed Jul 25, 2007 8:26 pm UTC

In Europe they use real sugar in their Coke, so I use that as an excuse to drink as much as possible before I go back to the US. After all, it's healthier!

There's also a really good kebab place near the train station here in Geneva. I'm sure it's one of the most unhealthy things you can eat due to the globs of grease running down the sides of the skewers, but the taste is incredible.
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Postby Phenriz » Wed Jul 25, 2007 8:27 pm UTC

damn, crawling chaos, that's hot.

link please, i need to invest in these plates!
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Postby Zohar » Wed Jul 25, 2007 8:30 pm UTC

Not exacltly horrendous but no one else agrees to try it:

Excellent quick pasta sauce - cottage cheese and ketchup.
My brother really likes cottage cheese and nutella on a piece of toast.
Also, in junior high our kiosk sold pitas with fries, salad and humus. Not that unusual, until you add ketchup to that.
I know someone who eats sandwiches containing chips. Just two pieces of bread and some chips in between. That's strange.

Some people like to eat the almost raw livers of fattened birds, though. That's pretty disgusting, I think.
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Postby Nyarlathotep » Wed Jul 25, 2007 8:52 pm UTC

Meaux_Pas wrote:Congratulations, Nyarlathotep. This thread now contains the strangest thing I've ever heard, and the grossest thing I'd ever consider eating, and you provided both.

*takes off bowler and bows*

Good show, Sir.


*bows back* I live to serve.

Or entertain, possibly.

Phenriz wrote:damn, crawling chaos, that's hot.

link please, i need to invest in these plates!


Unfortunately I can't recall the company that made them :( And even sadder, we didn't have the plates this year, likely becuase the pub got a new manager (On the upside, this manager fixed the notorious Curly Fries issue by offering steak fries during the day and curly fries after 7:00 pm, which is when everyone eats anyway, so we don't run out). I'm considering complaining to them except I'm not sure if it's worth it and besides, I'm going to Japan for a semester (where I will likely live on uncooked ramen packets and soy sauce)

*e* Speaking of cottage cheese:

Cottage cheese and mayonnaise. I can't understand why the hell people think this is disgusting. Also mayonnaise and fries, which according to my friends is bizzare and unholy (also, don't bother quoting Pulp Fiction: I get that all the time)

I counter by saying that fries were invented in Belgium*, and in Belgium they are eaten with mayonnaise. Ergo, the proper way is with mayonnaise, the heathen way is with ketchup.

According to out-of-staters at Otakon, soft shell crab sandwiches are weird all around. To quote one person, "It's like a tarantula sandwich o_O"



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Postby sebbeklang » Wed Jul 25, 2007 8:55 pm UTC

i made crepes once. though, instead of the usual way we make it here, with mushroom or shrimp sause inside the pancake rolls, and cheese on top, i had marschmallows and banana in them, and sprinkled chocolate on top.

way too sweet
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Postby bavardage » Wed Jul 25, 2007 8:57 pm UTC

Does cheese porridge count?

I was wondering what do have for lunch one day and saw some oats. As it was lunchtime it *had* to be savoury, so natural conclusion: oats+milk+cheese into microwave.

Was quite nice :P
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Postby Aeltar » Wed Jul 25, 2007 9:17 pm UTC

sebbeklang wrote:i made crepes once. though, instead of the usual way we make it here, with mushroom or shrimp sause inside the pancake rolls, and cheese on top, i had marschmallows and banana in them, and sprinkled chocolate on top.

way too sweet


Sounds delicious. To the kitchen!
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Postby Nuclear Spoon » Wed Jul 25, 2007 10:02 pm UTC

Peanut butter and cucumber sandwiches.

It is actually excellent.
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Postby RealGrouchy » Wed Jul 25, 2007 10:34 pm UTC

This isn't what I expected at all.

I thought this would be a thread about Durian (the fruit that smells like shit but apparently tastes really good).

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Postby Zohar » Wed Jul 25, 2007 10:35 pm UTC

Nyarlathotep wrote:Also mayonnaise and fries, which according to my friends is bizzare and unholy (also, don't bother quoting Pulp Fiction: I get that all the time)


I usually eat fries with a combination of ketchup, mayo and sometimes mustard (if it's available).
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Postby Phenriz » Wed Jul 25, 2007 10:46 pm UTC

mayonnaise and french fries is not, by any shake, "weird"

it's "heaven"
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Postby gmalivuk » Wed Jul 25, 2007 11:02 pm UTC

Nyarlathotep wrote:I counter by saying that fries were invented in Belgium*, and in Belgium they are eaten with mayonnaise. Ergo, the proper way is with mayonnaise, the heathen way is with ketchup.


Chocolate was invented in Mexico. If you're not drinking it or using it as a (savory) sauce, and if you're adding sugar, you're doing it wrong.
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Postby GhostWolfe » Wed Jul 25, 2007 11:08 pm UTC

Zohar wrote:I know someone who eats sandwiches containing chips. Just two pieces of bread and some chips in between. That's strange

You would be referring to chip butties. Does your friend prefer hot chip butties, or do they put "crisps" on their sandwich. My BF eats both, but I've never tried crisps on bread. Mmmm. I think I might have a hot chip butty for lunch, with lots of butter.

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My mum says that durians are really good, but I personally can't bring myself to put anything in my mouth that smells that bad.
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Postby Belial » Wed Jul 25, 2007 11:43 pm UTC

gmalivuk wrote:
Nyarlathotep wrote:I counter by saying that fries were invented in Belgium*, and in Belgium they are eaten with mayonnaise. Ergo, the proper way is with mayonnaise, the heathen way is with ketchup.


Chocolate was invented in Mexico. If you're not drinking it or using it as a (savory) sauce, and if you're adding sugar, you're doing it wrong.


I agree....

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Postby Alpha Omicron » Thu Jul 26, 2007 12:12 am UTC

Oliebollen (sp?)

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Make sweet fluffy dough balls
Deep fry at a bazillion degrees (Celcius!)
Cover (I mean cover) in icing sugar
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Postby aisling » Thu Jul 26, 2007 12:26 am UTC

gmalivuk wrote:
Nyarlathotep wrote:I counter by saying that fries were invented in Belgium*, and in Belgium they are eaten with mayonnaise. Ergo, the proper way is with mayonnaise, the heathen way is with ketchup.


Chocolate was invented in Mexico. If you're not drinking it or using it as a (savory) sauce, and if you're adding sugar, you're doing it wrong.


I bought these organic Cacao nibs from some hippy downtown a while ago that I still need to find a good recipe for.

Also: Belgians in my opinion can claim ownership of the invention of any kind of food they want, since their waffles are so good. It's been 3 months and I can still remember just how amazing it tasted and felt to have that waffle I bought in Brussels in my mouth. It was grainy with sugar and the whipped cream was REAL whipped cream.. oh god. And the strawberries.
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Postby Nyarlathotep » Thu Jul 26, 2007 12:27 am UTC

Belial wrote:
gmalivuk wrote:
Nyarlathotep wrote:I counter by saying that fries were invented in Belgium*, and in Belgium they are eaten with mayonnaise. Ergo, the proper way is with mayonnaise, the heathen way is with ketchup.


Chocolate was invented in Mexico. If you're not drinking it or using it as a (savory) sauce, and if you're adding sugar, you're doing it wrong.


I agree....

MMMMmmm, enchiladas poblanos....


Also agrees.

Also, drinking melted butter.
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Postby Mordecai » Thu Jul 26, 2007 12:43 am UTC

Here is one that I personally love, my mother made it for me and my brother growing up and I find to be excellent. However, when I mention it to ANYONE they immediately are disgusted. I don't know why either....

Peanut Butter & Syrup.

Take 2-4 slices of bread, cover them in peanut butter, spread them across a plate. Pour syrup over the bread like pancakes or waffles. Eat as desired. (Oh, and don't heat the syrup)
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Postby Owijad » Thu Jul 26, 2007 12:47 am UTC

The iconic Bad Food: Deep fried twinkie. So, so delicious.
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Postby RealGrouchy » Thu Jul 26, 2007 1:00 am UTC

Anyone ever see that cooking show "Two Fat Ladies"? It's a UK show where two fat ladies roam the countryside cooking tremendously unhealthy food.

The one that sticks out in my mind was essentially a casserole-sized layered pie, except instead of crust they used bacon. I forget what they used inside, but it was equally crazy.

Essentially, they are the living incarnation of the "spam" skit, except replace "spam" with "bacon, lard and butter"

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Postby Belial » Thu Jul 26, 2007 1:56 am UTC

Owijad wrote:The iconic Bad Food: Deep fried twinkie. So, so delicious.


I've seen deep-fried, chocolate-covered cheesecake at Renn Faires.
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Postby Kjartan » Thu Jul 26, 2007 2:02 am UTC

Zohar wrote:
Nyarlathotep wrote:Also mayonnaise and fries, which according to my friends is bizzare and unholy (also, don't bother quoting Pulp Fiction: I get that all the time)


I usually eat fries with a combination of ketchup, mayo and sometimes mustard (if it's available).


holy crap! someone who's not an Icelander does that too!

over here, we call that cocktail-sauce(ketchup,mayo & mustard) and it's put on, I'd guess, about 80% of all hamburgers in the country(McD & BK burgers don't) and it's even more common to eat fries with that sauce.



On the subject of disgusting but tasty food, I guess most of the Icelandic national dishes could be listed.
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Postby ShowPony » Thu Jul 26, 2007 2:15 am UTC

RealGrouchy wrote:Anyone ever see that cooking show "Two Fat Ladies"? It's a UK show where two fat ladies roam the countryside cooking tremendously unhealthy food.


My wife has gotten some excellent dessert recipes from their books, and for that I can forgive them anything.

RealGrouchy wrote:Essentially, they are the living incarnation of the "spam" skit, except replace "spam" with "bacon, lard and butter"

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And what's wrong with spam? Mmmm, fried spam and plum sauce on toast. And the best bit is, I don't have to share with my wife or oldest daughter. :D
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Postby jgcrawfo » Thu Jul 26, 2007 2:22 am UTC

I once walked into a friend's place to see him place a slice of cheese between two just-toasted eggo waffles and eat it.

Oh, and spam eh? Here's my supper from a few nights ago (oh no jmrz where are you now?):
1 quarter can of Klik (Canadian-made Spam replica), half of what I had left in the fridge. No I'm not going to explain why I had half a can of spamalike in my fridge to begin with.
1 half of an onion, leftover from the night before.
1 cup uncooked rice.
2 cups water.

Method: Throw the chunk of meatstuff into a heated pot. Crumble it up with a spatula, until it's in smaller chunks, almost like you could pretend it's ground beef if you squint hard enough. Showing your complete disdain for food-prep etiquette and knives, rip up the onion with your hands, and throw it in there too.
When you can no longer stand the smell of the cooking meat, throw in your cup of rice and let it soak up the greasy stuff, stirring it until the grains are each a little translucent. This will not actually do anything to soften the smell of fried Spam, that's just for use as a handy timer.
Throw in the water, and trying not to look in the pot, mix it around. Put a lid on that mess you've just made, and pretend the last seven minutes of your life never happened.
Twenty minutes later, scoop the stuff onto your plate, making sure to scrape all the burnt bits from the bottom of the pot onto your plate, for extra depressive effect. Now comes a time to ruin a beloved childhood memory.
Dredge up something from your past, something that made you happy, but make sure it's a memory you can do without. Focusing hard on this happy thought, shovel the unholy jumble into your mouth, trying hard not to realize where you are, who you are, or what you're doing. By the time you're almost done, you should no longer think fondly of that thing you were using to block out the reality of the fact that you're eating pasty Spam-rice gruel. At this point, it's up to you if you want to throw out the rest of the food, or just toss your health to the wind and go for it, finishing off a plate of stuff that you know is already in your belly.
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Postby Stickmaster » Thu Jul 26, 2007 3:11 am UTC

sebbeklang wrote:i made crepes once. though, instead of the usual way we make it here, with mushroom or shrimp sause inside the pancake rolls, and cheese on top, i had marschmallows and banana in them, and sprinkled chocolate on top.

way too sweet


The French do that all the time - I've had Nutella, bananas, icing sugar, and custard in crepes too many time to think of.
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Postby Castaway » Thu Jul 26, 2007 3:14 am UTC

Hotdog buns with ketchup on them. mmmmmm, so good. I did it once in front of my friends and they freaked out.
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Postby RealGrouchy » Thu Jul 26, 2007 3:31 am UTC

ShowPony wrote:
RealGrouchy wrote:Essentially, they are the living incarnation of the "spam" skit, except replace "spam" with "bacon, lard and butter"

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And what's wrong with spam?

Whoa there, Pony.

I never said there was anything wrong with that!

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Postby Sulla158 » Thu Jul 26, 2007 3:39 am UTC

The only thing I can think of to fit into this category is eating a frosted cinnamon bun with a slice of bologna. It sounds like it'd be terrible, but it tastes pretty good in my opinion anyway.
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Postby liza » Thu Jul 26, 2007 3:56 am UTC

Must mention fries in ice cream (particularly frosties from Wendy's). Probably the most tolerated of the 'weird' food combos, but still worth listing, as it can invoke 'ew!'s from many.
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Postby Alisto » Thu Jul 26, 2007 3:58 am UTC

White rice + ketchup.
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Postby GhostWolfe » Thu Jul 26, 2007 4:00 am UTC

Somnia wrote:Must mention fries in ice cream (particularly frosties from Wendy's). Probably the most tolerated of the 'weird' food combos, but still worth listing, as it can invoke 'ew!'s from many.

Frenched Fries in chocolate thickshake. Mmmm, yum. Even better when the fries are really really fresh.
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Postby liza » Thu Jul 26, 2007 4:05 am UTC

Heck yes. Chocolate shakes are superior to all else in that situation. And hot, salty, just-greasy-enough fries, fresh out of the fryer? Mmm!
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