Post # 1
No i’m not trying to start a wedding food hating board….but what’s the one food item you really truly cannot stand in every sense of the word?
I really hate….BBQ. Hickory, mesquite bbq anything is not my friend. KC Masterpiece? No thank you! I also dislike comfort food like chicken and dumplings. I wasn’t raised on any of it so when DH’s family makes it, I have to eat everything else BUT the main course! This weekend I had jello, corn, and a few bites of pasta at our family Labor Day bbq while everyone else munched on ribs and bbq-basted cheeseburgers.
I’m a freak and here’s my flag!
Post # 3
Aaah BBQ! That’s hilarious, I would die without BBQ.
I HATE onions. Anything with onions, I have to either pick apart and get them all off, or just not eat. They make me gag. Its tough sometimes, haha, LOTS of food has onions. Gosh I can’t even think about them.
And I don’t like fried food. Fried chicken, french fries, etc. I don’t eat it often, so whenever I do, it does a total number on my stomach. Feels terrible.
Post # 4
Ugh I hate BBQ too… but I take it further. I hate anything sweet that (I think) shouldn’t be sweet. What should be sweet? Breakfast (sometimes), fruit, dessert. That’s it! I hate hate hate when meat is sweet. Honeybaked ham? no. BBQ chicken? no. orange chicken? hell no. I also hate fruit in salads, or fruity salad dressing.
Do you have any idea how many entrees/side dishes have sugar and/or fruit in them? It makes me a very picky eater and I drive my family nuts!
Post # 5
I don’t like ham, mayonaise (for the most part–I’ll eat it in crab cakes or coleslaw), bananas or pineapple. I sure am not looking forward to Christmas Eve dinner with my ILs–they eat ham and potato salad! I’m going to be starving!
Post # 6
hrm, i couldn’t think of any food really, but then i saw Jessie516’s post and I am with her in not being a mayo fan…but that’s a condiment. As far as foods…eh, I am not a fan of cooked carrots.
Post # 7
I absolutely can not stand Durian. If my FI’s family has one, I can smell it as soon as I walk in the house and I walk right back out. Some people love it, but I think it smells exactly like rotten eggs! FI has already been consoled that durian (or durian ice cream which he also loves) will NEVER be allowed in our house 🙂
Post # 8
Raw tomatoes. It’s a texture thing. I can eat cooked tomatoes, roasted tomatoes, etc, just not fresh, raw tomatoes.
Post # 9
mien is more along a class – sweet stuff that shouldnt be sweet (like Corgi) NO fruit in my salads, no fruit dressings (raspberry vinaigrette…ick) no sweet pasta sauce, BBQ sauce, any type of sauce. Shudder
I also DESPISED pork until about a year ago. Now I can eat it if, and only if, it is prepared a very certain way. Ill eat extra crispy bacon (like, HARD crunchy) and dry rubbed ribs with so much seasoning you cant taste the meat, but NOTHING where you can taste the prok.
Post # 10
I HATE all beans (except green beans). hard on the outside and mushy on the inside. yuck!
Post # 11
(yet i could drink olive oil from the bottle…)
Post # 12
LOL you guys are cracking me up! I don’t care for pork either…or chocolate very much, but I don’t absolutely abhor either the way I do bbq sauces =]. DH likes RAW potatoes and I won’t touch it, but I don’t consider that *real food*…should I? LOL
Post # 13
- Wedding: September 2009 - Westwind YWCA camp
@mechiebaby: I had durian for the first time a few years ago! Man was it weird! I didn’t exactly “hate” it, but I thought it tasted something like onion custard.. blech
I hate when meat comes with too much grisle. EECCHHH!! blech yuk, gross! I have to always cut off ALL the fat when I get meat. and the skin & fat off chicken. UGGHhh it makes me sick thinking of it! so chewy and tasteless. blech!
Post # 14
ewwwwwwwww thanks for the mental image. Now i’m picking you chewing on a big fat wad of CHICKEN FAT. EW. My mom’s one of those “mmmm i looooove the skin” kind of people.
Post # 15
I hate peas. I will eat any other type of pea though–sugar snap peas, yum! But regular green peas–NOT OK. I do eat Le Seuer Peas… those taste delicious, not pea like.
Post # 16
Sausage–I’ve always hated it and I always will. I like the dried kind you get with a charcuterie plate, but bust out a brat and I’m out!