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Old 03-07-2013, 11:49 PM   #91
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I had a major problem with malted milk balls today...it was what was for lunch. I hope the Easter candy is gone spoon.
Time for me to get my yearly Peeps. Just eight of them. Then I will be happy.
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:17 AM   #92
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Leftover Spaghetti Sandwich, made on buttered, whole-grain bread.

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Old 03-08-2013, 12:32 PM   #93
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How's this for strange. Left over spaghetti noodles saute'd in butter (not skimpy butter but enough to coat the noodles) and then you sprinkle sugar and cinnamon over the top. Ridiculous. Delicious. All the things my doctor warns me about all wrapped into one dish. =0)
We used to saute the leftover spaghetti noodles in butter and then top with ketchup (the kind in a tube) when I lived in Germany...
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Old 03-08-2013, 01:27 PM   #94
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How's this for strange. Left over spaghetti noodles saute'd in butter (not skimpy butter but enough to coat the noodles) and then you sprinkle sugar and cinnamon over the top. Ridiculous. Delicious. All the things my doctor warns me about all wrapped into one dish. =0)
Not sure that this one qualifies as strange. It's not to distant from buttered egg noodles, which is a favorite of many. Now throw some anchovy paste in there, with a crushed banana and you would have strange.

And no, I'm not gonna try it. Earthworms baked in a flaming paper cup is as far as I ever went, and I'll not do that again either. I mean, I was only 8 years old. Someone should have taught me better.

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Old 03-08-2013, 04:55 PM   #95
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I persist in eating things that upset my stomach...now that is weird...
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"Earthworms baked in a flaming paper cup "

Please expand on this.
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Old 03-09-2013, 04:22 PM   #97
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"Earthworms baked in a flaming paper cup "

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I was mistaken. It wasn't a flaming paper cup. It was a flaming paper milk carton.

I was walking in an alleyway with a friend. We were both about 9 years of age. And I had purchased a half-pint of milk in a paper carton from a nearby store. In our conversation, the kind that young boys have, he stated that he'd heard that they ate worms in
Africa. Somehow, we agreed that I should see what they tasted like. I said that I wouldn't eat the raw. He had a book of matches in his pocket. We turned over a log and picked out a fat worm. I stuffed it into the empty paper carton and lit it on fire. I then removed the "cooked" earthworm and took a bite.

Do not try this at home! It tasted so bad, you just can't fathom it. It may not kill you, but I guarantee you will remember it for life. I'm still not shy about trying new foods, but am much more selective of things I'm willing to try.

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I was mistaken. It wasn't a flaming paper cup. It was a flaming paper milk carton.

I was walking in an alleyway with a friend. We were both about 9 years of age. And I had purchased a half-pint of milk in a paper carton from a nearby store. In our conversation, the kind that young boys have, he stated that he'd heard that they ate worms in
Africa. Somehow, we agreed that I should see what they tasted like. I said that I wouldn't eat the raw. He had a book of matches in his pocket. We turned over a log and picked out a fat worm. I stuffed it into the empty paper carton and lit it on fire. I then removed the "cooked" earthworm and took a bite.

Do not try this at home! It tasted so bad, you just can't fathom it. It may not kill you, but I guarantee you will remember it for life. I'm still not shy about trying new foods, but am much more selective of things I'm willing to try.

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I persist in eating things that upset my stomach...now that is weird...
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It's not weird, maybe we just don't like being told what to eat
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Eating celery dipped in sandwich spread. Hubby thinks it's weird, I don't.
I also had dry weetbix spread with butter and jam for lunch.
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