(Closed) It's back – Food you love but no one understands..

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Post # 151
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Worker bee

For me it’s Green bean casserole. You know the one made with french fried onions and cream of mushroom soup? Oh my god, I could eat an entire pan of green bean casserole by myself. Nobody in my family really likes it but makes it for me anyway.

My Fiance thinks I’m insane, the first thanksgiving we ever had together, I went to his house and asked where the green bean casserole was, he looked at me appaled and said they never had it! His family also thought I was a bit cooky for that one.

Post # 152
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Bumble bee
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I have a pretty unusual love (I think) for pickled vegetables, probably from eating Branston pickle in all my cheese ‘toasties’ growing up. I have converted my partner to this, and though it has been a year since that initial switch I still glow with pride. I also love sauerkraut and kimchee (both are pickled cabbage)

Cheddar cheese on the ‘traditional’ hotcross buns. Cheese and fruit combos freak out my fiancé just in general, guess that’s just a weird Brit thing. Bovril on toast, like vegemite/marmite is another one that gets me the side-eye. Another staple was tinned tomatoes, again on toast.

Oh, and bubble tea and mochi because… ^_^

Post # 153
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Blushing bee

I sprinkle salt on my orange slices and I put loads of lime juice ( I probably squeeze 2 – 3 whole limes) and some sriracha into my pho (Vietnamese noodle soup)… IT’S SO GOOD!! I love that hot and sourness!! And When I was in elementary school, I used to eat uncooked instant ramen with the seasoning and mash it up into smaller pieces. 

 

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