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How about a gross & yummy drink?
Take some COLD water. (You'll need it!) Then take some of those cinnamon heart candies. Then put them in the water and wait till they disolve, Then you'll have red water. Then you can drink it and it sets your mouth on fire! But it tastes good. :blink:

But here's a sorta normal recipe...
Bow tie noodles, Cheese, Peppers, Tomatos & smashed chillie Peppers. YUMMY!! :drool:
That's what I had for supper last night. lol.

QUOTE(l.michelle @ Aug 1 2007, 06:16 PM)
I like french fries dipped in mayonaise mmm

You know what? I think I'm crazy, I don't like Mayo!! :blink:
 

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Eh, not that weird but I like to dip my Doritos in Ketchup.

My favorite sandwich consists of:

2 slices of white bread
balogna
pepperoni
ham
turkey
roast beef (if i have it)
american cheese
miracle whip
musatard
spicy brown mustard
pickles
jalepenos
onions
lettuce

Pretty much a heart attack between two slices of bread.
 

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Ingredients:

I. 250 gms Roast Goat Skin (boiled till tender, cut into small pieces) 250 gms roast goat meat cut into cubes 100 gms Large Intestines (cleaned, boiled till tender and cut into small pieces) boiled heart (boiled till tender and cut into small pieces) goat tripe (cleaned and boiled till tender cut into cubes) liver (boiled and cut into cubes) kidneys (boiled and cut into cubes) pancreas (boiled and cut into cubes)

II. 1/4 cup Bile (gives the bitter taste) 2 packs Knorr Tamarind Soup base mix (from Asian Shops) 2 Liters beef stock

III. 1 clove garlic minced 2 onions chopped 3 tablespoons fresh ginger, minced birds eye chilli, 3 pcs-crushed 2 pcs green chilli salt and pepper to taste 3 tbsp oil *ginger powder, optional *sage or rosemary, optional

*to counter balance the strong muttony taste

Instruction:

Heat oil in a large pot. Fry ginger until brown followed by garlic. Add in onions, and fry till semi-transparent. Pour in goat meat, goat skin, heart, intestines and tripe. Add some salt and pepper. Cover and let simmer for 5 minutes while stirring occasionally. Add the beef stock and tamarind Soup Mix. Bring to a boil. Then, stir in kidneys, liver and pancreas. Add BILE 1 tablespoon at a time until tastes suits your taste. Add salt and pepper. Lastly, add in the chillis. Bring to a boil and serve while hot.

 

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I like french fries dipped in mayonaise mmm
I love that! yummi
Nahhh skip the mayo and use vinegar. I heard that in Europe vinegar is pretty common. It is never eaten that way in the US. I like it though. :blink:


What, you guys in the US don't usually put vinegar on your chips :blink: ?!

A generous helping of malt vinegar and salt on chips/fries is bliss :drool: ...Vinegar on chips very common practice over here in England.
can't get salt n vinegar crisps in europe for love nor money! don't know what they're missing out on
 

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I loooooooove peanut butter sandwich with grape jam and white bread dipped into brothy chicken noodle soup mmmm

How is this weird? Change the chick noodle to Chicken flavored Ramen and this is what I lived on for prob 10 years of my life... now its just a treat :D

You cant get salt and vinegar chips in Europe... that seems to make no sense.... salt and vinegar on fries as well are dilicious... fav thing to order down at my local english pub, The Old Toad

Ox :good:
 

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Oh believe me, they know ... it's disgusting!
Honestly, I might have been living in England for the last 3 years but I'm still a Dutch girl at heart. I can not stand vinegar ... salt & vinegar crisps are disgusting, as is vinegar on chips. Pure evil, just the smell of it makes me ill. Thankfully there's quite a few people around me who think the exact same, even though they're British =D

I'm not much for weird foods, though there have been thinks that I love (and are completely normal to me!) but my hubby thinks are very weird.

Melon wrapped in salty ham. It's gorgeous
Liquorice flavoured tea cough syrup (or tea)
Ham & Cheese flavoured crisps ... if you're ever in Holland, try it! It's fantastic
Kroket (wiki explainations) : wiki explaination for Kroketten
Frikandel (with mayo, ketchup and onions): wiki explaination for Frikandel
Bitterballen (with mustard): wiki explaination for Bitterballen
 

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my pier drinks milk with apple juice and an energy drink. it turns green and the milk curdles but he likes it! :crazy:
i haven't tried it because... well, I enjoy being alive :lol:
 

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I hate normal vinegar, But I do love Onion Vinegar on chips......MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
 

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Mash Potato's Grated Cheese (not the cheap plastic stuff tho) and green beans mix it all together and eat

Heaven :p

Discovered that when i was pregnant still eat it lol

one of the worst pregnancy cravings was toast with cheese meat paste(cheap version of pate lol) and tomato ketchup :sick: was very nice at the time lol
 

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the next time you make chilli con carne, spag boll or a curry. add 4 peices of cadburys dairy milk. there suprisingly good together. and also tomato soup with one block. try it.
 

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oh god, nice and spicy nik nacks, i want some of them so badly now. :drool:
 

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Not a recipe as such, but I love Tim Tam surprise. I first saw this when Natalie Imbruglia was on a chatshow, possibly Graham Norton.

Take a Tim Tam which is a chocolate biscuit like a penguin in the UK, bite one corner off, then bite the opposite corner off. Dip one bit off corner into a cup of hot tea or coffee and suck through the other corner, when the liquid gets through the biscuit to your mouth, QUICKLY pop the whole thing in your mouth or it will go all over the place. Just let it dissolve and they are divine :D

You can get Tim Tams in Tesco, not seen them anywhere else though.

Arfie
I've not tried Tim-Tams but this method is DEVINE with a twix! cut/chomp both end off and use it as a straw, when the tea comes up warm then you eat it.... Hot equals a soggy mess on your table!
 

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TimTam's are like New Zealand national biscuit xD

Uhm. I love mayonnaise on toast >.>

And in Thailand, they were selling like, icecream wrapped in a piece of bread xD
 
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