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Offline Wade  
#1 Posted : Saturday, July 13, 2013 6:55:23 AM(UTC)
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Simple question, really, but perhaps hard to answer.

An obvious one for me would be lutefisk with all the trimmings (riced potatoes, lefse, and lots of butter).

Not sure if it's my "favorite", but its a start.

Have at it.



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#2 Posted : Saturday, July 13, 2013 8:53:01 AM(UTC)
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Ham and Peanut butter sandwich.
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#3 Posted : Saturday, July 13, 2013 9:00:05 AM(UTC)
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the foods I like are not going to be classed as weird. meat, potatoes, pasta. The more common (Americanized) Mexican and Chinese dishes.


dad liked pickled pig's feet and head cheese and crap like that but he grew up on a farm in the 30's. They ate what they had. We didn't have to eat that stuff so I never acquired the taste for it.
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#4 Posted : Saturday, July 13, 2013 9:01:17 AM(UTC)
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Not so much what as WHEN. I love ice cream to the extent that I'm not a slave to the time of day. Bluebell Strawberry Ice Cream FOR BREAKFAST - or any other time.
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#5 Posted : Saturday, July 13, 2013 10:19:29 AM(UTC)
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Best I got is Mac and cheese. lots of spices added, and then BBQ sauce to top it off. Often I throw in diced ham, hotdogs or ground beef in it.. but that's not all that 'odd'.
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#6 Posted : Saturday, July 13, 2013 2:49:58 PM(UTC)
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Can't go wrong with country sausage, sauerkraut, and knoephla in a crockpot.

Also liver and onions if the liver has been marinated in milk first.
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#7 Posted : Saturday, July 13, 2013 6:43:06 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: DakotaT Go to Quoted Post
Can't go wrong with country sausage, sauerkraut, and knoephla in a crockpot.

Also liver and onions if the liver has been marinated in milk first.


What is knoephla? Some kind of Dakota dumpling?

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#8 Posted : Sunday, July 14, 2013 5:45:13 PM(UTC)
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I love Blue Cheese. Had a Blue Cheese Hamburger with hot peppers and sauerkraut for lunch today.

Asian preparation of tripe is good. They make a tripe in gingered sauce dish which is excellent.

Chicken hearts and gizzards. I make a soup with it. Dip in hoisin sauce. A German buddy told me to fry them with onions so I think I will give that a go sometime.

My wife is Chinese so I have tried a lot of things that many would get grossed out. Chicken feet, pork kidney, bitter melon (which is gross). A good sauce can make most things quite good.
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#9 Posted : Sunday, July 14, 2013 7:58:13 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Wade Go to Quoted Post
What is knoephla? Some kind of Dakota dumpling?



Sort of, yeah. It's a German delicacy.
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for me it's not the WHAT it's the HOW...at least that's what everyone i know says.

foods do NOT touch each other, nor do two different foods go in my mouth at the same time.

when i have food in my mouth, never do i take a drink of something.

most foods i eat, i tear apart in odd ways.

pizza i eat all the toppings first, then with a fork, i skim the top layer of pizza crust off & eat it, then tear the remainder of the crust up in small pieces & eat that.

snickers bars, i eat the chocolate all the way around the bar (except the top) then i eat the nougat part, & finally the top part.

hershey bar with almonds, i eat all the chocolate around the almonds & then eat the almond parts.
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#11 Posted : Monday, July 15, 2013 6:21:51 AM(UTC)
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you ARE weird.
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#12 Posted : Monday, July 15, 2013 6:42:43 AM(UTC)
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One of my daughters was thinking she could eat her steak with ketchup. Chicken nuggets with ketchup, I let it slide. Chicken tenders with ketchup, I let it slide. Fries with ranch, ugh, I let it slide. Don't you dare try ruining steak with ketchup!!
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#13 Posted : Monday, July 15, 2013 9:31:25 AM(UTC)
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As far as weird foods go Kevin's last one about ketchup reminded me of my brother when he was young.

We often would go to our grandparent's farm for a couple of weeks. There are 13 months between my sister and my brother. My youngest aunt was born in between the two of them. Needless to say there was always conflict when we were young because everyone knows grandparents treat the grandkids better than they did their own kids. (or so it seems.)

So my brother loved to torment our aunt. Mainly because she was more like a sister than any of our other aunts and partially because she deserved a little torment in her life for what she use to dish out to us. (I am about 4 years younger and I caught a fair amount of her flak as well.)

So one morning she moaned and groaned and fake gagged because my brother was eating his eggs with Ketchup on them. He informed her that he could not eat eggs unless the had Ketchup on them. She being a little over dramatic told him it was gross. The next morning she came downstairs to breakfast and saw my brother eating his eggs and he didn't have any Ketchup on them. She ran over and started to laugh and said that he told her that he always had to eat his eggs with Ketchup on them and he forgot. "HA HA."

He said he didn't put it on his eggs that day. He put it on his toast and took a bite of toast smothered in Ketchup which she thought was jelly. She was grossed out again. Later he told me it was pretty bad but he decided she hated it worse than he did so it was worth it. When he was in high school he did the same thing with raw eggs. He swallowed them whole because he thought it would gross our sister out more than it did him. He just had to learn to control his gag reflexes, hold his breath and let it slid.
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