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Old 12-29-2012, 01:35 PM   #61
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Some more of my weird combos lol!
Fried egg with apricot jam and tabasco on a toast sandwich, sauerkraut with celery seeds and hot mustard on rye, calamata olives with mozzarella on toasted ciabatta, Steers Garlic sauce and lots of crushed black pepper on fresh white bread, radishes with mayo and s&p on wholegrain bread, pastrami and fig preserve on pumpernickle bread.......
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Old 12-29-2012, 02:53 PM   #62
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Are you sure you aren't part Scandinavian?

And Danish kids get sugar sandwiches on heavy rye, as well as chocolate sandwiches. In fact, you can buy chocolate "cold cuts", just the right size and thickness for a heavy rye bread sandwich.

in a way, i guess i am part scandinavian, taxy. latvia, where i was born, was at one time under the rule of denmark, and also sweden, among others.
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in a way, i guess i am part scandinavian, taxy. latvia, where i was born, was at one time under the rule of denmark, and also sweden, among others.
Well there you go. There is probably a cultural connection.
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Old 12-29-2012, 04:11 PM   #64
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Well there you go. There is probably a cultural connection.


taxy, if that means that i can eat all of your foods, then i'll be culturally connected!
but, must i be culturally connected to russia, too? food can get so complicated that way....
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taxy, if that means that i can eat all of your foods, then i'll be culturally connected!
but, must i be culturally connected to russia, too? food can get so complicated that way....
I think it just gives you more choices.
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Old 12-29-2012, 08:02 PM   #66
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My food heritage, culturally, includes saurbraten, rouladen, and schnitzel from one side, and from the same side, include tomato, beans, potatoes, cattails, Pawpaw, Great Lakes native fish, and then again, there's a part of my ancestery that eats haggis. Don't forget the duck la'range, and bouliabase. Can you tell that I'm multi-epicurean? Is that a valid word?

Oh, and don't forget the Irish part. What foods are Irish famous for, and don't say potatoes.

Now, I think I'll make DW and myself some multi-cultural food for supper.

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My middle brother had a thing for peanut butter, ketchup, banana and baloney on white bread.

The one that turned my stomach was this guy that put sardines in mustard sauce on angel food cake!
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personally, the sardines with mustard on angel food strikes me as a less objectionable combination than the sandwich combining peanut butter, ketchup, banana and baloney.
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My food heritage, culturally, includes saurbraten, rouladen, and schnitzel from one side, and from the same side, include tomato, beans, potatoes, cattails, Pawpaw, Great Lakes native fish, and then again, there's a part of my ancestery that eats haggis. Don't forget the duck la'range, and bouliabase. Can you tell that I'm multi-epicurean? Is that a valid word?

Oh, and don't forget the Irish part. What foods are Irish famous for, and don't say potatoes.

Now, I think I'll make DW and myself some multi-cultural food for supper.

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I think I've created my own food culture. I'm half Irish and Half Afrikaans (or Dutch) and I grew up in SA.
I love curries and things like sauerkraut, eisbein and smoked anything with pickles on the side
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And Danish kids get sugar sandwiches on heavy rye, as well as chocolate sandwiches. In fact, you can buy chocolate "cold cuts", just the right size and thickness for a heavy rye bread sandwich.
I like the sound of chocolate sandwiches
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