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Are you really gonna eat that?

   Discussion: Are you really gonna eat that?
Mamalissa! · 17 years, 6 months ago

Is there are combination of foods that you eat that no one else does?

I very much like cottage cheese with soy sauce.  But I have no idea whether other people eat this, or if I made it up.   

Andrea Krause Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

I've learned I'm not alone in this but many people still think it's weird. I dip my french fries in my chocolate shake.

siobhan's a londoner Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

I've learned I'm not alone in this but many people still think it's weird. I dip my french fries in my chocolate shake

when will the world learn how nice that combination is?

A girl named Becca Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
I only do that when the chocolate shake in question is a Wendy's frosty. :)
Andrea Krause Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
See I'm all about the mcdonald's fries and shake combo. They are well suited. I don't think i like wendy's fries enough to make that work. :)
Prinut Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

Yes yes yes and more yes.  I tried dipping Friendly's fries in a Friendly's chocolate shake and it was not even close to the glory that is Wendy's fries and Wendy's frosty...  

Songbill Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
Peanut butter and pickles (Kosher dills are the best, but the sweet ones work too) on white bread. mmmm... tasty
Zach Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
I used to make sandwiches that I called The Triple P. I used Peanut butter, pickles, and potato chips. It was yummy. I found that adding jelly to the mix totally destroys it, though.
Andrea Krause Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

I have no idea if this is weird or not but I LOVE putting creamed corn on my baked potato.  I also like to mix niblety corn in with mashed potatoes.

I like to melt cheese into baked beans.

I like to put green olives on hamburgers. (I'm all about brine.)

Grilled salami and provolone sandwiches are SO yummy.

I sometimes like to eat wonton wrappers uncooked. Just chewy doughness.

Uncooked crescent roll dough is also yummy.

DON'T eat biscuit dough though unless it's made with butter not shortening. Nothing nastier than chunks of shortening squishing around your tongue.

Peanut butter on apples is great but I don't think that's uncommon.

My friend Katie loves to put canned peaches (and their juice) on chocolate ice cream.

Agent Scully · 17 years, 6 months ago
I used to take frozen waffles out of the freezer, and dip them into sugar, still frozen.

I didn't have that for years, and then one day I was hungry and didn't want to wait for my waffles to heat up in the toaster.

I ate them still frozen with a small bit of sugar on them.

It still tasted good...well to me. :)
Bender Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

mine is similar.

plain bread with butter and sugar.  lots of butter works best, because the sugar clumps.

also, chocolate syrup and garlic powder (or garlic salt) on popcorn is delicious.  I miss chocolate.

iPauley Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
applesauce and cottage cheese.

when I was a wee person, that is. not so much anymore.

-- Pauley
dirty life & times Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
my dad passed on his love of jelly & cottage cheese on english muffin to me. kind of similar.
A girl named Becca Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
Pasta with butter and sugar for me.
One of my Germans introduced me to it, and I don't eat it very often but I do really like it.

*Hides from the Italian side of the family.
Andrea Krause Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

I used to put brown sugar on cubed up granny smith apples. Enough so that they were coated and grainy.  and then eat it as an afternoon snack. It's not so weird, ingredients-wise, but I haven't known any one else who ate them that way.

Michael (foof) Maki Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
To this day, I take my oatmeal with butter, salt, and pepper. It's okay with brown sugar and milk and stuff, but my mom got me hooked on the salty combination from an early age.
danced with Lazlo Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
My sister taught me cinnamon toast, which is butter sugar and cinnamon on toast. Not far off from yours.
Bender Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

mine is a modification of cinnamon toast, without having to muddle about with that nasty cinnamon, and with loads of sugar and butter.

this is why I am a barge, hi!

derek harrison Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

cinnamon toast is a very very common thing. they even made a cereal out of it. mmm i love cinnamon toast crunch.
there is something a friend of mine made up, and me and my friends like it. i call it a Jason, cause thats who made it up. rather then cinnamon toast, its cinnamon tortilla. take a tortilla, and cover one side with butter. sprinkle cinnamon and brown sugar, although i dont like That one as much) on it, and sprinkle Damn Hard!! then put it in the microwave for a number of seconds, and eat up!
i personally prefer mine made with regular sugar, as most people (and most of my friends, excluding jason) do. but i alone bake the jason rather then microwave it. i like it to be a bit crispy, rather then soft and limp. its gonna be soaking either way! (the bottom, at least.

Prinut Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

plain bread with butter and sugar.  lots of butter works best, because the sugar clumps.

Yup Yup...my dad used to make me that every Saturday morning..

Chocolate Divine Diva Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

chocolate chip waffles drenched in maple syrup, strawberries with sugar all over them, scrambled eggs smothered in ketchup. they shared the plate, so why not share the fork? a bit of everything in each bite. tasted better than each of them on their own. ^.^;; i got such strange looks from swan_jun....

Mamalissa! Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
I love getting a short stack of pancakes with one egg over easy on top. The drippy yolk with some ketchup and a little bit of maple syrup is so tasty!
sheryls Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

Red Robin has a burger that's a giant cheeseburger topped with a fried egg.

*dies of teh yummy*

ChrisChin is Getting Old · 17 years, 6 months ago
but not many of my friends do, so I'm a bit of an oddity. I like to dip my fries in mayo after dousing them in malt vinegar.
Gordondon son of Ethelred Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
That's a standard thing at the beligian fry places.
danced with Lazlo Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
My favorite.
sheryls · 17 years, 6 months ago
white bread, hellman's mayo, lays plain potato chips. yum.
nate... Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
awww yeah.
I ate mayo sandwiches in college. :)

emilie is CRANKY Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
eeeeewwwwww. matty foo makes himself mayo sandwiches. it's teh gross. ;D
nate... Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
mmmmmm.
:D
nate... · 17 years, 6 months ago
I kinda ate it on a dare... (cuz, I'll eat just about ANYTHING on a dare...) but it turned out to be pretty good.

Oatmeal raisin cookies dipped in buttermilk ranch dressing.
:)
Alan Mendelsohn · 17 years, 6 months ago
Chocolate covered Fritos.
danced with Lazlo · 17 years, 6 months ago
This one came about because in my synagogue's junior congregation we would always have a Kiddush of Entenmann's choolate chip cookies and Kedem grape juice. Naturally, I dunked. This combination tastes *amazing* and no one will believe me.
danced with Lazlo Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
Oh, and this one's from bagel break at my Hebrew school... somewhere along the line I figured out that salt and vinegar potato chips taste great on a bagel with cream cheese.
Andrea Krause Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

I don't dunk but I find the absolute tastiest thing to drink with chocolate chip cookies (especially freshly baked) is lemonade.

Andrea Krause Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
In fact for a long time we'd get those tubs of cookie dough and lemonade mixes and I'd make one glass of lemonade and bake enough cookies to get me through it. Good snack time. No wasted efffort, just enough. :)
sheryls Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

omg, kedem grape juice is the ONLY grape juice.

i'm serious, there's something extra tangy about it.

we always had that and entenmann's anything, really, for friday kiddush (i went to the hebrew academy of toledo for elementary school, we dressed up every friday and had our own sabbath-type stuff - grape juice, snack, and haftorah. my favorite part of the week.)

seriously. it's expensive, but i can buy a jar of kedem grape juice and just chug it. or pour little glasses and savor it like wine. *hearts*

(and omg halvah.)

Bender Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

I went to an orthodox day school until the end of first grade, and I always was jealous of the boys.  they got a special little cubby for their kippah.  I wanted one.  They wouldn't let me have one. 

I also sharpened my crayons in the pencil sharpener and Morah Leah got mad at me, but that's another story.

Oh.  And one time, I stood on the table and threw paint on David Shanker.  He still remembers that.

Not sure how relevant that is...  just had a flood of memories.

Bender Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

in either pre-k or first grade (I can't rember which, they were in the same classroom of the school, but in different years), two boys (one of which was the one who introduced me to Fruvous, actually), thought it was really cool to dip their chocolate chip cookies into their apple juice.  they said it tasted like rattlesnake.

boys are weird.

dirty life & times Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
for similar religious reasons, i have always loved bakery challah dipped in grape juice.
sheryls Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

oooh, bakery challah..where the crust is all nice and eggy? and the inside is soft and a little saltly?

actually, the orthodox rabbi's wife makes. THE BEST. CHALLAH. EVER. i used to be best friends with his daughter.

lawrence · 17 years, 6 months ago
this wasn't something I thought of, nor is it anything I would ever want to eat, but it's amusing.

there's a bagel stand at CMU that serves sandwiches and stuff, and someone once walked up to the counter and asked for tuna fish..... and jelly. after staring in disbelief, the person behind the counter actually did make the sandwich.
A girl named Becca · 17 years, 6 months ago
I can't believe I didn't think of this the moment I saw this thread.
Maybe because it's not technically a *food*.

But.
I discovered a drink in Spain that's very very common there, like even easier to get than sangria, and it's awesome, but any time I tell someone about it they scream about how disgusting it is.

So.
Take a pint glass, put some ice in it. Fill it halfway (or a little less) with red wine (not a really fruity one and, obviously, not an expensive one - works best with a young Rioja wine, if you're picky), then fill the rest of the way with Coke. Or, in Spain, order a calimocho (or in the Basque country, a kalimotxo).
nate... Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
And, disgusting as this sounds... (I was revolted at first). It's actually surprisingly good.

Go figure, eh? :)

danced with Lazlo Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
yeah, i still crave it from time to time.
A girl named Becca Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
I still crave it pretty much all the frickin' time. But I need to turn 21 because no one will buy me wine to make it with.
iPauley Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
*snicker*

-- Pauley
renita Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
see, i tried that in germany. and...

no, it just didn't do it for me.

also, i never got into the wine schorles, wine and carbonated mineral water :p
A girl named Becca Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
Really? My German roommates were so shocked and appalled by the idea when we first heard of it that I'm surprised it's done in Germany, too. Note to self: don't generalize so damn much.

I hear ya on the schorles though. While I was in Berlin I pretty much stuck to Berliner Weisse. The red kind.
renita Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
Hrm, it could be a regional thing, just about everything else in Germany is.

in regards to Weisse, I dig the green one more.

I'm all about that Waldmeister flavah.

the red one is Himbeer (Raspberry)

But that's a Berlin thing, it's hard to find anywhere else.
A girl named Becca Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
But that's a Berlin thing, it's hard to find anywhere else.
And that is a true shame.
I think that may be the only beer I've ever genuinely liked. *Sigh.
Christina Abbott · 17 years, 6 months ago
i like it when popcorn is half popped...like when you can only see the white stuff peeking through the kernel.

i don't mix this with anything, but i also like to eat cake frosting right out of the tub.

apparently, i need help.

christina
sheryls Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

i love half-popped popcorn!

but not as much as i like stale popcorn.

my mother and i used to pop a bag of microwave popcorn, and leave it open on the counter all night, just to eat it the next afternoon.

aparantly, we need help too :D

(but i hate cake frosting, i cut it off my cake. blech!)

Andrea Krause Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

day old popcorn is great!

Songbill Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
Somewhat (but not too much) burnt popcorn is good
Prinut Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
I love me some stale popcorn!
renita Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
cake frosting! yes! but only when it's been in the fridge and is cold and a little bit harder. YUM!
jen · 17 years, 6 months ago
i do that. the certain icing mix i buy yields more than the cake mix, so i end up taking a spoon and eating the rest of the icing. i feel gross after, but its so addictive and i dont think ahead.

and i cant make chocolate chip cookies anymore because i end up eating all the dough and suffering with stomach aches the rest of the day.
jen · 17 years, 6 months ago
... i took pickles, smothered them in cheese and heated them up in the microwave, then covered it in hot sauce. SO good. :)
Joy- new picture! Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
Deep-fried pickles. Sounds gross, but is actually -really- good,
lawrence Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
that doesn't sound gross at all. combining pickles with the cooking technique that works on just about anything. how could it possibly be bad? :)
nate... Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
Amherst Brewing Company in... well... amherst.... makes the best fried pickles EVER.

sheryls Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
don't they serve that at the pickle barrel in TO?
jen Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

actually sheryl, no... remember when we we there for con 5 and we had to special order it? or were you not at that breakfast... i cant remember, it feels like eons ago... but i remember someone asking for that and the pickle barrel waitress was like ???

renita Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
that was ME!

because someone told me that they sold it. I don't remember who. but someone... racer mike maybe?
Samantha · 17 years, 6 months ago
does anyone else eat cream cheese and jelly sandwiches? Cause otherwise, I'ma feel awful weird -_-
danced with Lazlo Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
Lots of people do. You're not special. ;)
sheryls Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

ever eat cream cheese and matzo?

...omg, this is making me so hungry for hannukah.

Nana Ruth's special brisket, my mom's awful (but getting better) latkes, kedem, halvah, and matzo ball soup. extra salty.

(and yes. i know matzo is passover. but between talking about kedem and cream cheese, it's making me crave jewish holidays in general.)

danced with Lazlo Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
ever eat cream cheese and matzo?

Doesn't everyone? :)
sheryls Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
is it me, or is it just, perfect?
danced with Lazlo Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
It would be, except for the matzah part :)
Mamalissa! Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
matzah brei - scrambled eggs with matzah briefly soaked in milk or water - is amazing with strawberry jam. But I've never put jam on regular scrambled eggs.

We used to call the Kedem grape juice "Children's Wine."
sheryls Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

eew, i dont like matzo brei. we used to call it matzo french toast.

then again, i don't like french toast either :D

Andrea Krause Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

me neither! french toast is icky, though I like all the ingredients in other places.

nate... Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
Like, in your ear?
danced with Lazlo Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
I like my fried matzah (that's what we call it) with onions and mushrooms cooked in an lots of salt and pepper on top. Again, with the savroy. But I love french toast with honey and cinnamon.
nate... Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
What's savroy?
danced with Lazlo Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
a typo, obviously.
nate... Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
oh.
Heh.

I just figured it was yet another foodstuff I hadn't heard of.
:)

What did you mean to type?
A girl named Becca Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
I'm guessing she meant "savory."
nate... Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
ohhh!
Gotcha.

See, I was thinking she meant a topping she'd mentioned previously.... "and again, with the savroy".

And I couldn't figure out if she meant savoy.. like, the cabbage.... or what.

Nik Chaikin Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
Mmmmm, i love fried matzah, in fact i just had it yesterday.The main hinderence to me eating it every week, is that you need to think of it the night before to soak it in the egg/water mixture. I just have mine with salt , but onions and mushrooms sounds really good, I'm gonna have to try that.
Bender Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
matzah with ranch dressing
Kat Kunz Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

as a non-jew, i used to *heart* passover in college b/c the dining halls would always have boxes o'matzoh around.  my fave was the egg matzoh, which cracked me up b/c the box insisted it was for "children, elderly and the infirm" or something like that.  in other words, Real Healthy People don't eat egg matzoh--suck it up!  eat the plain kind!  heh.

maybe this should be in a separate thread, b/c i didn't really do anything weird with the matzoh.  ummm, relevance...   hummus and peanut butter isn't bad.  and it's proteinarrrific!

ChrisChin is Getting Old · 17 years, 6 months ago
When I was a kid, I used to eat peanut butter, ham and cheese food (kraft singles) sandwiches. They were very yummy and smelled a hint of banana.

I also put peanut butter on my Eggo Waffles and whatever bread I may be having for breakfast. Yeah, peanut butter is great.
Andrea Krause Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

There's a risotto in a box mix that I make sometimes at home and it sometimes seems like I detect a hint of banana in it.  Chameleon foods.

danced with Lazlo · 17 years, 6 months ago
Because we keep kosher, we eat a lot of Morningstar Farms soy-based fake meat products in my family. Because we're weird, my dad makes Yogurt pancakes. One of the most delicious things in the world is a Morningstar breakfast sausage wrapped in a yogurt pancake.
Andrea Krause · 17 years, 6 months ago

I also used to love dipping my pizza crusts in italian dressing.  Sometimes I'd skip a step and put the dressing on the pizza, crust and all, before I ate it.

sheryls Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

i used to dip them in french/russian! sometimes i'd cover the whole pizza with it! :D

ranch is good too.

ChrisChin is Getting Old Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
yes ranch! yum. and blue cheese too, sometimes. I used to do dip pizza in those dressings fairly often in college.
Mamalissa! Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
There's also "salad pizza" - pretty much a piece of pizza (usually cheeseless) with a salad right on top of it. Mmmmm.
sheryls Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

california pizza kitchen has a cheese and spring mix pizza that is just *amazing*.

oh, here it is:

Pear and Goronzola:

Caramelized pears, Gorgonzola , Fontina, and Mozzarella cheeses, sweet caramelized onions, topped with chopped hazelnuts and served with field greens tossed in our garden-herb ranch dressing.

picture located here: http://www.cpk.com/menu/pizza.cfm

renita Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
pear and gorgonzola!!!

mmm.

that pair works any which way.

a food OTP!
A girl named Becca Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
I always dip it in the blue cheese that comes with chicken wings. :)
nate... Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
Yup, same here.

mmmm...

derek harrison · 17 years, 6 months ago
i always thought it was normal to eat crepes with lemon juice and sugar (i've always done it) but none of my friends have heard of it. its my favorite thing ever.

i like to salt dry toast.
i put butter and salt on my pretzels (like popcorn) but that gets sickening after a while

i recently invented s'more balls. lots of graham cracker crumbs, melted chocolate, and melted marshmallow. squish them all together into tight little balls (like the diameter of a quarter) then let them cool, and put them in the microwave when you eat them (otherwise they're Very hard)

when i was little i would take a soup cracker and squish bread around it so that it was kinda like a dough-coated cracker. it was good.

me and my sister used to mix butter with sugar and eat it just like that. i dont know how i Ever did that... on toast it'd be okay.

me and a friend of mine a couple times last winter took jello powder and mixed it with snow in a big bowl.

momosa is white wine mixed with orange juice. white wine & grape juice isnt bad either, as long as the wine is good and not fruity.

i Always dip italian buns (i forget their actual name) into grape juice, but thats not all that strange.
A girl named Becca Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
That's absolutely a normal way to eat crepes, at least in France. I prefer them with nutella, generally, but sugar & lemon juice is classic.
sheryls Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

you eat german pancakes that way too.

(omg original pancake house)

iPauley Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
"Pancake house" makes me think of the Maple Tree Inn, which is what my siblings and family members always used to call the Inn. AWESOME buckwheat pancakes. They're only open during maple syrup season, which means they won't open again until February. *sighdrool*

-- Pauley
Bender · 17 years, 6 months ago
a paper plate full of nacho chips, layered with shredded cheese and pizza sauce. not marinara sauce. PIZZA sauce.  with a lot of cheese on top, and that covered in more pizza sauce.

then, you nuke it.

then, you eat it.

then, your mom gets mad at you for wasting pizza sauce and you are going to be so fat.

but damn, it's good.
Rimbo · 17 years, 6 months ago
You know, I don't even know if this is weird or not, but . . . I put ketchup on a lot of stuff. Like eggs, mac and cheese . . . everything but french fries (that's mayo). I personally don't think this is weird, and get the impression that a lot of people do it, but whenever I bring it up, my friends act like I'm a sideshow freak. Of course, they might be acting like that anyway . . .
danced with Lazlo Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
Actually, ketchup is the secret ingredient that makes macaroni and cheese good. My dad always throws a dash of ketchup into his recipe... and it's damn good. He figured it out by reading the ingredients on the old Stouffer's style mac and cheese dinners and they all included ingredients that added up to ketchup.
hkath · 17 years, 6 months ago
I dip my fries in honey when I can. Don't know if that qualilfies.
iPauley Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
"I eat my peas with honey
I've done it all my life...
it makes my peas taste funny,
but it keeps them on my knife..."

-- Pauley
nate... Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
Heh.
I had the same thought when I read that.

:D
Mamalissa! · 17 years, 6 months ago
Now that we've shared our strange food combinations, which one from the list are you going to try? The butter/sugar/bread/cookie dough ones all sound really good to me. That is why I'm not choosing one of those. No, I'm going with what sounds the nastiest to me. That's be Bill's peanut butter and pickle sandwich. It may take me some time to get up the courage, though.

Andrea will be trying the soy sauce and cottage cheese (yay!) and the lemony crepes.

And I will also be trying to get over the ignominy of starting a superfluous thread.
derek harrison Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
yay my lemony crepes thing was worth saying! haha
im not sure what ones i am going to try... but i remember wanting to try some when i was reading it, so i'd have to read them all over again to know what ones to try.
Nik Chaikin Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
PB&P sandwiches are so good! you won't be sorry....maybe.
Songbill Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
You won't be disappointed!
soul groove feline · 17 years, 6 months ago
i haven't shared mine yet! eep... this could get long.

i once tried mixing chicken noodle soup (this was before i became vegetarian), cheeze whiz, and crackers. it was a Bad Idea. *shudder*

when i was little, i used to like eating Pillsbury cinnamon roll dough raw. though i wondered why the "frozen icing sugar chips" didn't taste very sugary or very good. turns out they were lard chips, i think. *more shuddering*

when i was in MOFN, we used to frequently have mashed rice and peas. i called this dish Wimpy Wasabi, because it looked a bit like wasabi mustard but was incredibly bland.

when i was little, Grandma would always make cold soup made out of buttermilk, beets, sliced up hard-boiled eggs, and onions. everyone in the family loved it. i was kind of afraid of it. i mean... purple soup. cold. with egg slices floating in it.


Mamalissa! · 17 years, 6 months ago
I used to draw all over the chalk board, then lick my hand and rub it over the picture, and then lick the dust off my hand. And yes, I'm the one person in the audience who likes Necco Wafers.

I also used to eat the fish food. The food for tropical fish was better than the food for goldfish. And yes, I do like Bonito shavings.

I was never much one for glue.

My sister was playing with her daughter, and decided to sample the Play-do. She said it tasted just as good as ever.
Andrea Krause Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

I remember loving the smell of paste and wishing it tasted as good as it smelled.

I also used to really want to eat my dog's jerky treats because they smelled awesome. I don't know if I ever tried.

Adam Hartfield · 17 years, 6 months ago
I recently visited my sister in Santa Barbara, where she introduced me to fresh avocado mashed with cottege cheese with fresh lemon juice and salt and pepper. OMG teh yum.

Also out there a popular drink at restaurants is an "Arnold Palmer" - half lemonade, half iced tea. (I know they sell that here in Massachusetts pre-made but the name strikes me as funny.)
derek harrison Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
isn't that guacomole?
if so, its not so weird, although i dont like it.
nate... Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
not really.... but it sounds fairly similar... just, not as good.
:)

Guac is generally just avocade, garlic, lime (or lemon) S&P and cilantro.
Give or take a tomato.

emilie is CRANKY · 17 years, 6 months ago
i ate a haribo out of a puddle once. i don't know if this qualifies. :D
sheryls Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

was it a gummi!puddle?

i love them in ground oreos!! :D

sheryls Back · 17 years, 6 months ago

oh, also:

word to the wise: do not do an images.google.com on haribo.

eeew.

Rimbo Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
EEEEEEWWWWWWWWWWWWW!  Why didn't I believe you, Sheryl?!?  WHHHHYYYYYY???
sheryls Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
it was actually a bait post, for people who are just as curious as you :D
Rimbo Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
Well I hope you're happy.  My eyes are burning.
sheryls Back · 17 years, 6 months ago
oh, i am. :)

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