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#61 of 92 Old 02-19-2004, 05:03 AM
 
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About once every 6 months or so, I go through this "thing" where I need to have Dinty Moore beef stew. Any other time, the thought of eating it turns my stomache.

When I'm pregnant or have an upset stomach, I have to have Taco Bell crunchy tacos with yellow mustard. Yes, it actually make my stomache feel better. But, there is no way I would put Pepto-Bismol into my body. :LOL
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Oh my...

Pre-made frosting right out of the tub on my finger

Uncooked doughs and batters

My latest splurge is to make a 1/8 recipe of "crisp" from my fave apple crisp recipe and then eat it, uncooked. It's mostly oatmeal, so that's good, but it also involves butter and brown sugar. If I don't have all the ingredients and I'm really having a sugar craving, I've been known to eat Hershey's syrup off a spoon.

When my sister and I were little, we made "sandwiches" with pats of butter for the "bread" and peanut butter and honey filling. We would also eat raw sugar. We called it "sneaking"....good times, good times.
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When my sister and I were little, we made "sandwiches" with pats of butter for the "bread" and peanut butter and honey filling.

:LOL eeeeewwwwwwwww!!!!! :LOL
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My brothers and I used to do that when we were little, too. We called it making 'mixtures'. My favourite was icing sugar and melted butter. Or cocoa, milk powder, sugar and cream.
When I was about 4 my mum would cook bacon and give me the rinds to give to the dogs. I used to hide behind the door and eat the fat off the rinds. Raw.
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Poutine...a french canadian delicacy:

French fries loaded with salt; top with cheese curds; top with gravy (beef or chicken gravy); Sit for a moment to allow cheese to melt with french fries and gravy; Serve with a dollop of hellman's mayonnaise on the side for dipping.

Total calories per serving: 1200

I love this stuff! I only allow myself to have it once a year. Must be served with ice cold coke.
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peanut butter and bacon sandwiches on white bread

pepsi

instant coffee with whole milk and a ton of sugar

pasta in a can=ravioli, beefaroni-spagettio's whatever major comfort food for me. I had to fend for myself alot as a kid

poptarts

pre-made frosting, boxed cake mix or refridgerated cookie dough

redi-whip in a can on ice cream

I used to love oreo's but they took half the fat out and they taste ick now :LOL

chips deluxe cookies

any kind of chocolate but especially hershey's

welch's grape jelly and jif peanut butter sandwiches

ramen noodles

chips especially pringles
kool aid

boxed rice and instant potatoes
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How did I forget velvetta?? :LOL
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FLUFFERNUTTER!!!

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I don't really like that...but it is gross!

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Parami (sp) Bothers Special in Puttsburg Pa:

Pastrami
Swiss
French fries
fried egg

all served on darkrye, pan-fried/grilled in butter

best eaten very late night while either hungover or still drunk

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i love dill pickle potato chips . a local company makes them and they are sooo good!

i love pepperoni pizza hot dogs from orange julius. the idea horrifes dh but i think they are delicious. i haven't eaten one in so long, though. it's a hotdog in a bun covered with pizza sauce with melted cheese and pepperoni.

teriyaki beef jerky

spaghetti-os

oriental ramen with soy sauce and seasoned salt

frosting out of the can (i ate a can of it towards the end of my pregnancy )

reese's peanut butter cup blizzards from dairy queen

taco pizza from godfather's

i might have to buy some pickle chips today!
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While pregnant, I couldn't resist chef boy-r-dee's mini-dinosaur-pasta-with-meatballs. During the first 10 weeks, I would only eat flourescent orange foods packed with part. hydro. fat (cheese nips - eww! orange crackers with terrible peanut butter, prepackaged). Ickkk. So glad to have the babe in arms now (instead of inside o' me)!

Still have a weakness for:
anything chocolate (Dove darks, oooo)
french fries (the fresher the better... but so bad for me)
corn dogs (freshly fried - I don't even want to THINK about what's in the "dog" part)
krispy kreme - the hotter the better
laughing cow cheese (wtf?)
cookies (must be baked, though - not the dough!)
pizzeria uno's deep dish pizza...oooo
Gumby's Pokey Sticks (soft white dough, covered in cheeses, and drenched in garlic butter...oh my)
Ben & Jerry's Chubby Hubby, baby - vanilla ice cream with peanut butter swirls and chocolate-covered, peanut-butter-filled pretzels...
coca-cola frozen icees (frozen coca colas?)
Starbuck's frozen mochacino
chocolate cake with white icing...

Aak, someone stop me! I'm so sad b/c I'm listing all the foods I don't allow myself to eat!:
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Welovedante-ooohhh, Krispy Kremes...I HAD to have them last weekend. OMG. And I am not even a realy donut person, but MAN, when that craving strikes...WATCH OUT. I am also pregnant, makes sense, huh?
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Am I the only person in the world that hate's krispy kremes? I like other donuts but those seem so I dunno heavy and like yuck on the stomach :LOL.

And how did I forget starbucks frappachino's???
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pilesoflaundry-Funny, I actually find Krispy Kremes to be 'lighter' then other donuts. If a donut can be light!
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Raw cookie/muffin/cake/brownie mix. Anything like that really.
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I forgot to add my absolute fave:

A big corner slice of supermarket sheet cake with loads of frosting and maybe even a rose.
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Am I the only person in the world that hate's krispy kremes? I like other donuts but those seem so I dunno heavy and like yuck on the stomach :LOL.
I love a good cake donut. Heck, I even enjoy the sour cream buttermilk donuts baked at our local grocery store.

But I hate Krispy Kremes. They're overly sugared fluffy lard balls. Blech.
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Okay: at Hugo's Pizza in Ashland, WI you can get the following:

BLT Pizza - bacon, lettuce, and tomato with mayonnaise instead of pizza sauce (of course the lettuce goes on after it comes out of the oven)

Reuben Pizza - corned beef, sauerkraut, and cheese on a crust with mustard instead of pizza sauce (it might be more than mustard but I can't recall - it's been nearly 10 years since I ate this, and my sister isn't around right now to remind me (she worked there))

I also love their Hawaiian Pizza - canadian bacon and pineapple. They put olives & onions on it too, but I don't like those, LOL.

Oh man... in high school I used to take sandwiches on sourdough toast with peanut butter, colby cheese, and bread & butter pickles. Yum!

Maruchan cup-o-noodles - chicken. Hmm... lunch today maybe. :LOL
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Mmmmmmm .... Sonic ......
my sentiments exactly!! I love the cherry limeades! yuuhummy!

You know it makes me strangely comforted that other mamas here have dirty secrets! :LOL

I have to add Wendys fries and frostys - gotta dip the fries in the frosty for best flavor!!!! my dad used to sneak us there when kids and we never told mom! hee hee

I love pb and dill pickle sandwiches!

oh and fountain coke or dc w/ lemon (not bottled or canned - the formula changed and just not 'right' now)

ok now after reading these posts... I'm hungry for BAD food! thanks..
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Does anyone else like french fries with BBQ sauce???? Mmmmmmmm......
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Oh, yeah. French fries and BBQ sauce. Yum!
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sugar fritters
fresh, warm apple cider doughnuts at the local orchard
Goober Grape - I can eat it straight from the jar
"Dirt Dogs" - a local delicacy best eaten several at a time, at 2 AM while very drunk ild

Many years ago, I had the most wonderful breakfast at Denny's - scrambled eggs over huge homemade buttermilk biscuits, smothered in gravy...oh my GOSH that was good! I'm so bummed that they no longer serve it

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mmm sonic! i lived in the south for awhile and i loved sonic! i used to get those coneys or else the burgers with fries and cherry limeades.

then i went veggie. i do miss sonic, though.
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Raw cookie dough

Ice cold coke

Cheetos

Ho Ho's

Bottlecaps, Nerds, Sweettarts

Taco Bell pizza thingy with no beef

Movie theatre popcorn with lots of fake butter and salt

Cheese-on-a-Stick (battered, fried cheese stick) dipped in mustard
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2 words.....funnel cakes yummy!

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skellebelle-Could you elaborate on the "dirt dogs"? Sounds intriguing....
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Ok, Here goes...
Alphaghettis, Kraft Dinner, Cheetos, rootbeer floats, those little white sugar coated donuts that my mum used to buy at the grocery store, egg nog from the carton, Corn Pops cereal, Oreo cookies, tomato soup from a can and, I hate to admit it, any burger from the McEvil Empire.
Whew, I don't think I've ever admitted this stuff to anyone!
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OK, they originate from a place that EVERYONE calls "Dirty John's" and their "secret" hot dog sauce does indeed resemble dirt. They are sooooooooo good

This place is strategically located just across the street from one of the busiest bars in town, and is open until 2 or 3 in the morning. They get a great lunch crowd (I used to work not far from the place, and when I was pg my boss would sometimes take me there for a fix), but I wonder if they make the most money on Friday & Saturday nights from 10pm-2AM :LOL When I was a party girl, we were constantly making drunken pilgrimages over to "Dirty Johns" from "Club Sandu".

Oh, the days....

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peanut butter and gherkin pickle sandwiches (and the peanut butter HAS to be Jif)
creamed dried beef on buttered toast
OMG, I just found this thread! These are my dad's old comfort foods! I don't eat the PB and pickle much anymore but now I have a craving...yum.

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I have to add Wendys fries and frostys - gotta dip the fries in the frosty for best flavor!!!!
Oh, man, yeah! They're having Clifford the Big Red dog meals lately and it's an excuse to go get a kid's meal (so I can virtuously give the toy to a DS!) and I dipped a fry in the frosty and it just wasn't as good as I remember!

I am so glad other moms have closet cravings; I figured I was the only one and I have no willpower either and I am so FAT as a result.

I am posting a coffee question in another thread....
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