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Old 11-10-2011, 12:54 PM   #151
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At the time I had to do it it didn't seem wrong. If Mom said to do it! you did.
Now I think it's just gross hubby says it's just wrong!

Canned peas, drained, canned pineapple drained, add a whole lot of miracle whip.
Mix it all together.
Pease and pineapple, served on the side.
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Old 11-10-2011, 01:09 PM   #152
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I'm right there with you on raw egg snot.

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I use very deep breakfast plates, just so I can float everything in syrup, so I guess you won't be eating breakfast with me!
Oh I use plenty of syrup I just don't like eggs floating in it. when I eat a waffle or french toast it swims I'll be over set a plate for me.
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Old 11-10-2011, 01:14 PM   #153
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Oh I use plenty of syrup I just don't like eggs floating in it. when I eat a waffle or french toast it swims I'll be over set a plate for me.
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At home, I use separate plates for the sweet and the savory. Earlier in this thread, I stated I didn't like sweet sauces on savory foods. this is just an extension of that.
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Old 11-10-2011, 01:53 PM   #154
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At home, I use separate plates for the sweet and the savory. Earlier in this thread, I stated I didn't like sweet sauces on savory foods. this is just an extension of that.
Nice way to eat savory and sweet. I really hate eggs doing the back stroke on my plate I'll try your way the dishwasher isn't being used much around here. Thanks Andy
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Old 11-10-2011, 02:03 PM   #155
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Not a big fan of fruits and nuts in my savory dishes.
Cooked carrots should not be paired with anything other than the trash can.
One of my dogs thinks canned food shouldnt be paired with dry dog food.
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Old 11-10-2011, 05:08 PM   #156
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I don't eat pancakes/waffles/French toast often. But now that I don't have to struggle from paycheck to paycheck, I really, really prefer real maple syrup. I buy a locally made product and find it far less sweet (and more flavorful) than "maple-flavored syrup". I got this taste from my mom, whose father used to tap maples when she was a child. We never had it growing up, and as a child I probably wouldn't know the difference. Now I buy it (and bourbon fudge from Gethsemani) for her & Dad every holiday season and she "hides" it from the rest of the family. With lots of teenaged grand-kids, and a BIL or two, who would gobble it and not appreciate the difference, she saves it for when she and Dad are alone!

And yes, I love the syrup with the breakfast sausages, bacon, or ham. It goes so well with the smoky flavors.
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Old 11-10-2011, 05:59 PM   #157
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love real maple syrup too. but my diet calls for no sugar syrup so i buy log cabin. definitely not the same but have to do it. i don't mind syrup on my egg and almost always have an egg with pancakes, or french toast. only syrup that is disgusting to me in this combo is blueberry. makes a really scary color.
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Old 11-14-2011, 12:23 PM   #158
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I love apricot syrup :)
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Old 11-14-2011, 02:09 PM   #159
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Ricotta is just cottage cheese with a fancy name IMO...
Says you! I love cottage cheese in my lasagna and hate ricotta in anything.

I like most combinations, but one I can think of that I can't imagine is savory flavored ice cream.

I love cheese, and I like fish, but I don't care for cheese on any fish dish.

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I LOVE jello with whipped cream!!! With fresh, pitted bing cherries, and pineapple chunks. Mmmmmmm

Taxlady, how about a catsup recipe? :) I LOVE ketchup (or ranch dressing) on just about anything, including eggs, so I would e interested in trying catsup
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