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

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Post # 122
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Blushing bee

Liver pudding/liver mush. It’s tasty!

Post # 123
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@Brickette:  We’re a vegemite household. Not that I like it. But I’m half Australian and when my son did his gap year working in Australia he switched his allegiance from Marmite to Vegemite!

Post # 124
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Buzzing bee

 @MissKit:  Im in Maryland and I can find ketchup chips! Herrs makes them. You just gotta know where to shop 😉 

Post # 125
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

@Liss13:  Wow! I will have to tell my friend that. She moved to the US for school and might like that bit of info! My other friend is in Europe and when she came to visit at Christmas, I gave her ketchup chips as part of her gift. She opened them right away to eat them haha. 

Post # 126
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

@Brickette:  Vegemite & avocado toast is one of my faves. it’s delicious!

 

continuing on the Australian theme, three parts milo to one part cold milk, mixed into a gluggy milo paste…. yummmmm. there is a reason I have banned myself from buying milo. my brother & I used to go through a 1kg tin every two weeks! back in the glory days when our metabolism could handle that kind of abuse

Post # 127
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2016

@Steampunkbride:  I tried Marmite once and have never touched the stuff since!! I’m a vegemite gal through and through! 

  

@polkadotgirl:  I am dying for a cold Milo now that you said that 🙂

Post # 128
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Helper bee

I was the weird kid who took egg salad sandwiches and tuna sandwiches to lunch…and I still think they’re yummy. Mmmmm.

Post # 129
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Helper bee

@fzesguer:  OMG. Seeing that chicky in the egg is my worst nightmare.

Post # 130
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

When I was a kid my dad would make egg mcmuffins with peanut butter on one side of the muffin, mayo on the other, and then egg, ham, and cheese. Everything got all melty and gooey and delicious. To this day if I’m having a serious protein craving I’ll make a peanut butter and ham sandwich.

Post # 131
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2013 - castle green

i am obsessed with popcorn dipped in nacho cheese. my fiance thinks its disgusting but i am too enthralled in heaven to notice.

Post # 132
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

@honie309:  Omg omg omg! Noodles with butter covered in milk. I loveeeee it! *Drools* Gets out pot of water to boil…

Post # 133
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

@bkrocks13:  I put mayonaise on my french toast!  The french toast can’t have cinnamon in the egg batter, but just egg & milke (sometimes I will add salt and pepper).  It gets slightly warm on the hot french toast!  AMAZING!  It is the same ingredients as an egg salad sandwich, but just cooked differently!

Post # 134
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

I have several of these. I firmly believe Kraft dinner is only edible with piles of ketchup …. yum. And those little cans of Vienna sausages? They come in this jelly-like substance which is admittedly off-putting, but I love them – I nibble the smooth “skin” part off them, then put the middles on a plate and smash them and eat them with a fork lol

Post # 135
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

garlic. on everything! garlic fries, garlic bread sandwiches, garlic on my salads… the list goes on. i could eat every meal with garlic =)

Post # 136
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

@honie309:  I eat this too! Elbow macaroni with milk, butter, salt and pepper! I’ve had it since i was a little girl. Everyone thinks its so strange! 

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