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 Post subject: Re: Favorite and peculiar Culinary Guilty Pleasures!
PostPosted: Fri Dec 23, 2011 5:08 pm 
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I also love shitty mustard, but I kind of didn't know that was peculiar. I definitely prefer it over fancy mustard and I know that's peculiar.


I think it isn't peculiar in the US, but apparently it is in Mexico.
Hmm, I also prefer yellow mustard over the fancy ones, haha.

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Whole grain mustard. Eaten out the jar with a spoon. Ready salted chips in peanut butter sandwiches. Oh and the end of a French stick hollowed out, spread with marg and microwaved for 1 minute.


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Not my guilty pleasure, but a lot of people put ketchup on pizza.
I can't picture ketchup on anything that isn't a burger, a hot dog or something like that. Sorry for my squareness!

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I'll occasionally put ketchup on my toast for breakfast, but there absolutely has to be some kind of buttery spread (either EB or Becel Vegan) as well, otherwise it just doesn't taste right.

One of my favourite dinners is a big bowl of basmati rice liberally covered in Bisto curry sauce, the kind made from granules... Classy!


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primesaut wrote:
andi_vert wrote:
Not my guilty pleasure, but a lot of people put ketchup on pizza.
I can't picture ketchup on anything that isn't a burger, a hot dog or something like that. Sorry for my squareness!

D:


I'll occasionally put ketchup on my toast for breakfast, but there absolutely has to be some kind of buttery spread (either EB or Becel Vegan) as well, otherwise it just doesn't taste right.

One of my favourite dinners is a big bowl of basmati rice liberally covered in Bisto curry sauce, the kind made from granules... Classy!


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Grilled peanut butter and marmite sandwiches.
I tried it yesterday with the earth balance coconut spread, but I think I prefer regular old EB.


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Not peculiar exactly, but definitely guilty:

A square of dark chocolate sandwiched between two Speculoos biscuits. Then you dip it in tea before dipping it in your mouth. Oh God, it's heaven.

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happyfaced wrote:
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I've heard of banana sammiches with peanut butter or mayo but never both and never without the nanners. That's kind of gross. :P


i've got an omni friend who adores pb & mayo sammies and he's from virginia. maybe it is a southern-ish thing.

banana + agave + pb sammies are so yum, too!


Please don't blame that atrocity on my state.

Mine has always been French fries and mayo (sometimes also with malt vinegar). Everybody always thought I was strange and gross until I lived in the Netherlands, where this deliciousness is just normal snack time.

Peanut and satay sauce on fries is pretty good too.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2012 9:29 pm 
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frozen peas!


We need more information. What are you doing with/to the frozen peas to make them peculiar or guilty? Hopefully this doesn't involve peanut butter, pickles, or Speculoos.

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite and peculiar Culinary Guilty Pleasures!
PostPosted: Wed Dec 26, 2012 1:18 pm 
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Peanut butter - banana sandwich
Peanut butter on an apple
Peanut butter on celery
Peanut butter on a carrot
Peanut button on dark chocolate
Peanut butter on a spoon

Man, I gotta go. PB is calling...

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i don't think it's weird, but my mom always told me it was weird when she saw me eating it, so, ritz crackers and chunky salsa. and i love crunchy peanut butter and agave sandwiches on heavy, sour, german rye.

my dad sometimes gave us a slice of buttered wonder bread sprinkled with cinnamon sugar as a bedtime snack. it was my favorite thing in the world. i haven't looked for a vegan version of cheap junky white bread, but maybe i should.

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PB and celery drizzled with Sriracha.

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I'm on a papadum kick. For breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They are so easy, so salty, and so crunchy! I like them best with mint-cilantro chutney. I guess this isn't particularly peculiar, but the frequency with which I eat them could be construed as such.

I also like ciabatta rolls with avocado and chili-garlic sauce.


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I'm on a papadum kick. For breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They are so easy, so salty, and so crunchy! I like them best with mint-cilantro chutney. I guess this isn't particularly peculiar, but the frequency with which I eat them could be construed as such.

papadum are one of the few foods that i desperately dream about [and simply cannot make at home]. when i travel i bring back a shittonne but they never last long enough!!! what i would give for one right now!

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2012 8:03 am 
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kimchee guacamole - on whatever. I'm just sayin' don't knock it 'til you try it.

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Peanut butter and lettuce sarnies
Peanut butter and marmite on toast
Marmite and marge mashed into a baked potato
Eggy bread (tofu mainly) with sweet chilli sauce (breakfast)
Humous with sea salt and balsamic vinegar kettle chips
Chips with salt and the worst cheapest 'non brewed condiment', so bad they aren't allowed to call it vinegar!
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hot sauce on baked potatoes with Earth Balance. chocolate + salt. pb & j with chips or salty almonds. sriracha on anything!

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Ritz crackers smeared with Biscoff spread. So terribly good.

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my dad sometimes gave us a slice of buttered wonder bread sprinkled with cinnamon sugar as a bedtime snack. it was my favorite thing in the world. i haven't looked for a vegan version of cheap junky white bread, but maybe i should.


Wonderbread is vegan!

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Ritz crackers smeared with Biscoff spread. So terribly good.


Ooooh!

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Ritz crackers smeared with Biscoff spread. So terribly good.


Ooooh!


This kind of blew my mind. I wonder if my dad forgot to take his Ritz crackers with him...

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2012 2:11 pm 
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Ritz crackers smeared with Biscoff spread. So terribly good.


Ooooh!


This kind of blew my mind. I wonder if my dad forgot to take his Ritz crackers with him...


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I'm eating a piece of slightly sourdough-y baguette smeared with speculoos thanks to the chocolate/baguette thing you've been talking about!!

Not chocolatey, but weird and delicious enough for me.

That's like a regular normal breakfast in these parts. It's actually what speculoos pasta was originally developed for. What do you normally do with it?

My partner's family eat dill pickles in their pasta with tomato sauce. At first I thought it was super weird, but now I actually like it. It grows on you.

For desert (or for breakfast if we're naughty), my partner and I like to eat puffed rice cakes spread with vegan nutella (or speculoos) and lots of hagelslag or vlokken chocolate sprinkles on top.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2012 4:28 pm 
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Graham. Crackers. In. Milk. Eaten like cereal. When I was little my parents used to make my siser and I graham crackers in milk (not sure if they called it "in" milk or "and" milk) and now it's such a comfort food. Ahhhh.


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