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 Post subject: Re: Favorite and peculiar Culinary Guilty Pleasures!
PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 8:48 am 
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Ketchup on mac and cheese is disgusting. My brothers used to do that and I couldn't even look at the bowl after they were done. Ugh, I just had a flash of nausea.


What? No! Ketchup on mac and cheese is a must!

I usually divide the mac and cheese on my plate into three (big) piles. On on of them I put ketchup, on the second hot sauce and on the third both ketchup and hot sauce. I always save the hot sauce + ketchup one til last, because it's my favorite.


Umm... why wouldn't you put hot sauce + ketchup on all the mac and cheese? Or is that a silly question?


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 Post subject: Re: Favorite and peculiar Culinary Guilty Pleasures!
PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 9:45 am 
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Ketchup on mac and cheese is disgusting. My brothers used to do that and I couldn't even look at the bowl after they were done. Ugh, I just had a flash of nausea.


What? No! Ketchup on mac and cheese is a must!

I usually divide the mac and cheese on my plate into three (big) piles. On on of them I put ketchup, on the second hot sauce and on the third both ketchup and hot sauce. I always save the hot sauce + ketchup one til last, because it's my favorite.


Umm... why wouldn't you put hot sauce + ketchup on all the mac and cheese? Or is that a silly question?


Because I like with just hot sauce and just ketchup too.


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 Post subject: Re: Favorite and peculiar Culinary Guilty Pleasures!
PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 2:56 pm 
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Ok, this may not be super weird, but I have an unhealthy attraction to Taco Bell Hot Sauce.

I don't even understand it myself. There are better hot sauces out there (Tapito, Chaloua, many more) but for some reason, if I am eating a fast food, or super quick bean burrito or quesadilla, I MUST HAVE TACO BELL HOT SAUCE.

-one small taco bell burrito. 6 packets hot sauce
-one tostada. 6 packets hot sauce
-Amy's burritos. At least 4 packets hot sauce.
-Made at home small dayia quesadilla. 3-4 packets hot sauce, plus sour cream with 2+ packets hot sauce mixed in.

I keep a giant bag in the pantry filled with taco bell sauce. At least 100 packets. If they run low, like under 50, I get anxious. Help me. I have a problem.


I do this too. 1 bean burrito = 6 packets of fire sauce. I keep a stash in my car and in my spice cabinet for emergencies. My coworker said he found bottled T-Bell hot sauce at Safeway but I haven't seen it yet! I would buy all the bottles.

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite and peculiar Culinary Guilty Pleasures!
PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 3:14 pm 
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Ketchup with grilled cheese is a Canadian thing? I had no idea, I've always done it and it just makes total sense to me. Also, ketchup on my mac and cheese, yes yes.

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Chicki wrote:
Ok, this may not be super weird, but I have an unhealthy attraction to Taco Bell Hot Sauce.

I don't even understand it myself. There are better hot sauces out there (Tapito, Chaloua, many more) but for some reason, if I am eating a fast food, or super quick bean burrito or quesadilla, I MUST HAVE TACO BELL HOT SAUCE.

-one small taco bell burrito. 6 packets hot sauce
-one tostada. 6 packets hot sauce
-Amy's burritos. At least 4 packets hot sauce.
-Made at home small dayia quesadilla. 3-4 packets hot sauce, plus sour cream with 2+ packets hot sauce mixed in.

I keep a giant bag in the pantry filled with taco bell sauce. At least 100 packets. If they run low, like under 50, I get anxious. Help me. I have a problem.


I do this too. 1 bean burrito = 6 packets of fire sauce. I keep a stash in my car and in my spice cabinet for emergencies. My coworker said he found bottled T-Bell hot sauce at Safeway but I haven't seen it yet! I would buy all the bottles.

I've bought the bottle before. The ingredients are dead simple, but I don't think I could recreate it. It just has a processed flavor I can't describe, but I agree that it's delicious.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 8:57 pm 
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I found that the bottled Taco Bell sauces taste nothing like the packets. The ones I've tried were pretty disappointing.


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 Post subject: Re: Favorite and peculiar Culinary Guilty Pleasures!
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My new favourite thing is Alpro Soya smooth chocolate dessert (chocolate pudding) heated in the microwave for 45 seconds (30 is too little, 60 is too much) with graham crackers dipped in it. I don't know where I heard/read about someone eating warm pudding (possibly this thread), but I remembered it on a particularly cold day and have been eating this for dessert nearly every day for over a week. I'll be sad when I run out of the graham crackers I brought home from the US.

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I love warm pudding! That sounds amazing!!

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite and peculiar Culinary Guilty Pleasures!
PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 7:47 pm 
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ketchup and hot sauce on mac and cheeze. mustard with grilled cheeze sandwiches.

i put ridiculous amounts of rice vinegar (primarily, but other kinds too) in just about every savoury dish. i like my foods sour.

right now my favourite snack is a handful of pretzels and chocolate chips mixed together.


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 Post subject: Re: Favorite and peculiar Culinary Guilty Pleasures!
PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 8:23 pm 
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sometimes i wrap a smart dog in a tortilla with daiya, chopped onions, ketchup, and sriracha and heat it in the toaster oven to melt the cheese. sometimes i eat this for lunch every day for a whole week.

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite and peculiar Culinary Guilty Pleasures!
PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 8:32 pm 
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My new favourite thing is Alpro Soya smooth chocolate dessert (chocolate pudding) heated in the microwave for 45 seconds (30 is too little, 60 is too much) with graham crackers dipped in it. I don't know where I heard/read about someone eating warm pudding (possibly this thread), but I remembered it on a particularly cold day and have been eating this for dessert nearly every day for over a week. I'll be sad when I run out of the graham crackers I brought home from the US.

In the Netherlands they sell that alpro pudding in big ol' cartons. Pure magic.

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite and peculiar Culinary Guilty Pleasures!
PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 8:33 pm 
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also! custard poured over a chocolate cornflake cake. Mmmmmmmmm.

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite and peculiar Culinary Guilty Pleasures!
PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 9:34 pm 
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rachell37 wrote:
My new favourite thing is Alpro Soya smooth chocolate dessert (chocolate pudding) heated in the microwave for 45 seconds (30 is too little, 60 is too much) with graham crackers dipped in it. I don't know where I heard/read about someone eating warm pudding (possibly this thread), but I remembered it on a particularly cold day and have been eating this for dessert nearly every day for over a week. I'll be sad when I run out of the graham crackers I brought home from the US.

In the Netherlands they sell that alpro pudding in big ol' cartons. Pure magic.

Isa's chocolate pudding in VWAV is really similar to Alpro's dark chocolate pudding but way way cheaper!

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 9:46 pm 
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Is it like the chocolate pudding for the pie filling in vpits? That stuff ifs so good. Best chocolate pudding I've had.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 9:51 pm 
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Off the top of my head, it look similar but doesn't have the chocolate chips. Though you could certainly add them.

ETA: I like to add cardamom to mine, and next time I'm planning to add orange zest.

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite and peculiar Culinary Guilty Pleasures!
PostPosted: Sun Jan 27, 2013 2:47 am 
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My new thing is red wine paired with Spicy Ketchup Old Dutch chips. For someone who hates ketchup, I sure love those ketchup chips.


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I love warm pudding! That sounds amazing!!
Yes! When I was little my mom always made pudding from scratch, and I just loved to eat a dish while while it was still warm. I am going to do this the next time my mouth needs some TLC and a happy memory!

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I can eat pickles in the same sitting as pretty much anything. Potato chips on ice cream is also delicious.


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I was doing an earth balance, nooch, and ketchup sammich for a hot minute. I'd totally eat a pickle with that.

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In my desperately poor days after getting my apartment, I ate a sandwich of baby dill pickles and yellow mustard, and it was actually really great.

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In my desperately poor days after getting my apartment, I ate a sandwich of baby dill pickles and yellow mustard, and it was actually really great.


That's because sandwich.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 10, 2013 6:15 am 
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In my desperately poor days after getting my apartment, I ate a sandwich of baby dill pickles and yellow mustard, and it was actually really great.


That's because sandwich.


No. That's because pickles. And mustard. Also the following equation

Pickles + mustard(bread) = amazeballs

I know what I'm having for lunch today!

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In my desperately poor days after getting my apartment, I ate a sandwich of baby dill pickles and yellow mustard, and it was actually really great.


That's because sandwich.


No. That's because pickles. And mustard. Also the following equation

Pickles + mustard(bread) = amazeballs


Both are true! I've found vegan deep fried pickles a couple of places in my town and I always eat them with mustard. So tasty.

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