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1 hour ago, LostFate said:

Yuck

 

Chili con carne

Well, I see you're not from Connecticut! 🤣

 

Yum, and where's the cornbread to go with?

Twinkies

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Yuck!

 

fried okra

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I enjoy both fried okra and fried chicken liver (not cooked in the same oil!) :P

 

cauliflower basted with the sauce for coating hot wings (I saw this in a grocery store).

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Yuck, but because of the sauce, I like cauliflower. 😄

 

calamari

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Yum.

 

Kraft Mac 'n' Cheese?

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Yum! My guilty-pleasure comfort food. I'd honestly rather have the boxed stuff than homemade.

 

Spaghettios

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Never tried it, but it sounds good, so tentative Yum.

 

manicotti

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This is not in my diet. It's a type of pasta, right, stuffed with cheese? We only get inventive with snocones and boudian sausage.

 

Chocolate cake from store bought mix with store bought strawberry frosting?

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15 hours ago, Long_Before_Sunrise said:

This is not in my diet. It's a type of pasta, right, stuffed with cheese? We only get inventive with snocones and boudian sausage.

 

Chocolate cake from store bought mix with store bought strawberry frosting?

Yes. I just wish I could get the hang of the homemade pasta/crepe part that my mom does. I can manage the filling okay, but... sigh. I keep ruining the outside part when I try to do them. (Don't say practice more, I've been practicing for over 25 years and still can't get it right!)

 

And, yuck on account of the frosting. But yum for the cake part.

 

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Yuck.

 

refried beans

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Yum.   But preferably with other toppings nacho-style.

 

Agree on Miracle Whip. One of those things I grew up eating that I don't miss. My dad prefered it. I didn't care for the sweetness in it.

 

Clam chowder

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1 hour ago, Long_Before_Sunrise said:

Yum.   But preferably with other toppings nacho-style.

 

Agree on Miracle Whip. One of those things I grew up eating that I don't miss. My dad prefered it. I didn't care for the sweetness in it.

 

Clam chowder

 

Yum if you're talking about the New England (white) version, yuck if you're talking Manhattan (red) style. Why yes, I am a Connecticut Yankee by birth!

 

conch fritters

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Yum, especially with lots of conch in them!

(How do you know conch fritters, @catstaff?)

 

English style fish and chips?

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2 hours ago, Lagie said:

Yum, especially with lots of conch in them!

(How do you know conch fritters, @catstaff?)

 

English style fish and chips?

I discovered conch fritters when the husband and I took a trip to Key West back in '03.

 

Yum! Sometimes I'll even put malt vinegar on the chips.

 

corn dogs

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Yum, if they're not too sweet.

 

I didn't know there was a red clam chowder.

 

Here's a regional one for you:

 

Pimento cheese sandwich spread

 

 

 

Edited by Long_Before_Sunrise
That Z had no reason to be in there

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9 hours ago, catstaff said:

Yum! Sometimes I'll even put malt vinegar on the chips.

Malt vinegar makes the meal perfect! :)

 

10 minutes ago, Long_Before_Sunrise said:

Pimento cheese sandwich spread

Maybe yum?

 

Brownies?

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6 hours ago, Lagie said:

Brownies?

Without nuts, yum! With nuts, yuck. (It's a texture thing for me.)

 

Saltwater taffy

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Mmm. Yum! Haven't had any for years.

 

Mint tea?

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Yum!

 

root beer floats

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Yum. It's been a long time since I had one.

 

Egg Creme drink (My mother found it in an old college textbook on writing paragraphs. It doesn't have eggs in it. It's chocolate syrup, fizzy water, coconut creme, and milk/cream. Variations apply.)

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Yum?

 

Egg nog?

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