Experimenting on foods.

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  1. Trenchfriend

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    That bean-burgers got me!! :)

     
  2. Zombie_61

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    ^ I'd be willing to try any of those except the one with the sardines.
     
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  3. Trenchfriend

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    I repeat the apple-Burritos with peanutbutter and some sultanins for lunch, today. This time without the honey!

    FREAKIN' YUMMYLICIOUS!! :)
     
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  4. Haversack

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    There is a 16th C. Northern German/Dutch recipe that takes freshly made wafers, (think round, thin, crispy waffles), spreads one with apricot preserves, the other with marzipan, puts them together like a sandwich, dips them in batter, and then fries them in butter until golden brown.
     
  5. green papaya

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    Fried chicken livers & gizzards with a sweet honey mustard sauce , Ranch dressing or maybe sweet chili sauce.

    Hot dogs wrapped in bacon on a stick
     
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    Ginger ale with a little oj mixed in.
     
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  7. Trenchfriend

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    Snickers-bread (peanutbutter and nougatcream) with extra honey on top. :D

    Nice, but no real kick...
     
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  8. Trenchfriend

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    Pommes Frites with nougatcream/Nutella is an interesting thought. I should try it! o_O
     
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  9. Trenchfriend

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    1:16, I think this "super toasted cheesers" could be addicting!! :eek:

     
  10. Trenchfriend

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    Ladies and genitals,

    welcome the Chorizo-Burrito:

    Whole grain tortilla, peanut butter and Chorizo salami.
     

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  11. Zombie_61

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    ^ I prefer my chorizo burritos without peanut butter thankyouverymuch. :cool:
     
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  12. Trenchfriend

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    Man, nothing beats the apple-burritos with peanutbutter and raisins! I still love it!! :)
     
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  13. thundurchasur

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    How about some Texas chili? It's that time of year. 20191023_155808-2500.jpg
     
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  14. Trenchfriend

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    Have you ever tried greek yoghurt Burrito with raisins? :)
     
  15. Paisley

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    This thread reads like The Gallery of Regrettable Food.:eek:
     
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  16. LizzieMaine

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    From today's "The Era Day By Day" post, via the 2/20/1940 Brooklyn Eagle:

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    If someone dares to make this, please advise. And it has to be Schaefer. Don't cheat and use Ballantine.
     
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  17. Paisley

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    And that soup sounds like something George Thorogood would make for breakfast.

    I, OTOH, like some beef tongue made in the pressure cooker.
     
  18. Trenchfriend

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    I have a good tip!

    Make yourself a slice of greybread with knackwurst and heat it up in your microwave for 30 seconds. Delicious!!
     
  19. belfastboy

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    My wife and I are in the process of becoming Orthodox Christian so we figured we may as well jump into the deep end. So for Lent we are going full vegan and complying with the fasting regimen.......Pray for me, it is 46 days in length!
     
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  20. Trenchfriend

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    I think, this Mustard BBQ Pork must be very good! Maybe similar to german Roulade.

     

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