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Old 05-08-2013, 07:03 PM   #21
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....yes. We probably would.
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Life is too short to eat food that you don't like.
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My mom used to make something that was pretty good. For dinner, she would sometimes brown hot dog buns in a pan. She would put butter on the buns, and brown them in a pan.

She would then make scrambled eggs. We would put the scrambled eggs in the hot dog buns. We would put ketchup on the eggs. It was good.

An inexpensive dessert that we would have is to dip a piece of bread in milk, and then sprinkle brown sugar on the bread.

My mom made pancakes. I liked to put molasses or dark Karo syrup on them.
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Soooooo. Housemate and New Housemate (...Georges and Alex, hereby known as Liebling and The Master [Doctor Who fangirl]) tried my cooking together for the first time.

Uh, apparently grits with cheese and shrimp blew their minds, as The Master is a yankee and never had grits before. Actually, Liebling's family is from Louisiana but hir Mama wasn't a big southern-cooking fan.

And then they were faced with dessert. A simple affair of peaches, blackberries, raspberries, bit o' mint, and whipped creme. I did a 'Magic Trick' to get the whipped creme and I think I broke their minds for a little bit there. Just take a mason jar, put in a little sweetener, fill it halfway with heavy whipping creme, and SHAKE. Ta-derp, fresh whipped creme.

So, uh, yay for me?
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My 8 year old daughter loves raw vegetables and fruit. If I turn my back for any period of time, she will plow through an entire basket of blueberries or whatever fruit might happen to be in the fridge. She will do the same thing with frozen corn or peas. Last night she opened a 16oz. bag of frozen peas, and before I knew what happened she had eaten them ALL, frozen, straight out of the bag.

Dang! It's like having a raccoon in the house!
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Oh Wondrous Daughter of Diesel Dan, I offer unto thee my share of the World's frozen peas. And Corn. And Brussels Sprouts. Quickly, Child, take them before Mum finds out. Do you happen to do bell peppers as well? You can have those, too. Please, Kind, take them from my sight and larder. I just cannot stand to be near them any longer, for they grow weary in my sight.

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Veggies that I like:

Potatoes - raw, boiled, fried, baked.
Corn - on the cob, boiled or wrapped in foil on the grill. No to creamed corn in the can.
Swiss Chard - steamed. Yum
Spinach - raw or steamed
Parsley - raw
Carrots - raw
Peas - cooked
Burdock root - steamed
Brussel sprouts - not a big fan, but will eat them if offered at a meal by a host.
Rhubarb - raw, or cooked in a pie
Turnips - raw or cooked in a soup
Beets - pickled beets in a jar
Cauliflower - raw with Ranch dressing
Broccoli - raw, or cooked
Cabbage - only raw
Onion - raw only
Celery - raw
Asparagus - cooked Yum
String beans - cooked or raw
Squash - any kind baked with butter and brown sugar
Green peppers or bell peppers - cooked only
Jalapeno peppers - raw sliced thinly or baked with cheese (not too many though)
Eggplant - Eggplant parmigiana is just OK

Now to beans (legumes) of course all cooked

I love:
Pinto beans
Navy beans
Lima beans
Lentils - my favorite
Kidney beans

Perhaps someone can respond to what they favor from the list that I made.
I may perhaps missed a few items, but there are a lot to choose from.

Bon appetite.
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Veggies that I like:

Potatoes
Swiss Chard
Spinach
Cauliflower
Broccoli
Cabbage
Onion
RUTABAGA, which makes some kick butt french fries.
Leeks.
Radishes (ZING!).
Tomatoes
Most all leafy greens ('cept for Collards, for some reason I don't like collards and we're not discussing the tragedy known as Iceburg Lettuce).
Green beans.
Garlic
Shallots
Only way I like corn is in either cornbread or grits.

...huh, turns out I don't actually eat much of a variety of veggies. I have eaten and will continue to eat so long as I have access to:

Pig Muscles
Cow Muscles
SHARK
Tuna
Chicken Muscles
Lamb Muscles
Mutton Muscles
ALLIGATOR TAIL and anything ELSE I can get my grubby paws on.
Tilapia
Snapper
SCALLOPS (that's tonight, actually)
Crustaceans (what a funny word)
I want to try Squid and Octopus again as I feel I'm missing out on something as an adult.

So long as it's nothing I'm allergic to (or any relation to HAGGIS as I don't do organ meats) then there's a pretty good chance I'll eat it. After all, Bottomless Pit, right here.
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I want to try Squid and Octopus again as I feel I'm missing out on something as an adult...
Watching you and your sister eat the calamari when you were little (1st grade) was pretty amusing.
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