Really good ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING food

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Re: Really good ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING food

Postby RollingHead » Sun Sep 25, 2011 7:48 pm UTC

I once let my sister talk me into dipping marshmallows in hot chili sauce... they were delicious.

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Re: Really good ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING food

Postby fanofbangelthor » Wed Sep 28, 2011 4:44 am UTC

Sometimes, when I wake up early enough, I'll cook bacon for breakfast. I take a bowl, and put a bunch of cheese on the bottom (usually cheddar) and then lay a few strips of bacon on that. I put some more cheese (usually Colby) on top of that bacon, and then put more bacon on the cheese. Then I put a few slices of butter on that, cover it all with more cheese, and stick it in the microwave. I only put it in for long enough to melt the cheeses, because I've already fried the bacon. When it gets out of the microwave, I have a rule - I eat it all in one sitting.

I call this masterpiece baconcheese.

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Re: Really good ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING food

Postby TaintedDeity » Wed Sep 28, 2011 6:25 am UTC

That sounds horrific and my chest hurts just hearing about it...
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Re: Really good ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING food

Postby Nath » Wed Sep 28, 2011 7:08 am UTC

fanofbangelthor wrote:Sometimes, when I wake up early enough, I'll cook bacon for breakfast. I take a bowl, and put a bunch of cheese on the bottom (usually cheddar) and then lay a few strips of bacon on that. I put some more cheese (usually Colby) on top of that bacon, and then put more bacon on the cheese. Then I put a few slices of butter on that, cover it all with more cheese, and stick it in the microwave. I only put it in for long enough to melt the cheeses, because I've already fried the bacon. When it gets out of the microwave, I have a rule - I eat it all in one sitting.

I call this masterpiece baconcheese.

That sounds like what I had for lunch, except that there was carne asada as well, and everything was chopped. And there were tortillas and lime wedges and salsas. Mmm, alambres.

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Re: Really good ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING food

Postby merelydicta » Wed Sep 28, 2011 8:39 am UTC

fanofbangelthor wrote:Sometimes, when I wake up early enough, I'll cook bacon for breakfast. I take a bowl, and put a bunch of cheese on the bottom (usually cheddar) and then lay a few strips of bacon on that. I put some more cheese (usually Colby) on top of that bacon, and then put more bacon on the cheese. Then I put a few slices of butter on that, cover it all with more cheese, and stick it in the microwave. I only put it in for long enough to melt the cheeses, because I've already fried the bacon. When it gets out of the microwave, I have a rule - I eat it all in one sitting.

I call this masterpiece baconcheese.


You are a genius.

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Postby Brother Maynard » Thu Oct 06, 2011 3:45 am UTC

Kawa wrote:
My addition to this thread: Balls of macaroni and cheese, deep-fried. The arteries clog while singing for joy.

And here I thought this thread would be on things like dinuguan (which I don't eat because I hate it) and balut (which I don't eat because I'm allergic.)


I see your fried mac n'cheese and raise you this:

Mac n'cheese pancake with BBQ sauce.

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Postby Anonymously Famous » Fri Oct 07, 2011 4:36 pm UTC

Brother Maynard wrote:I see your fried mac n'cheese and raise you this:

Mac n'cheese pancake with BBQ sauce.

Recipe?

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Re: Really good ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING food

Postby wst » Sat Nov 19, 2011 5:46 pm UTC

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I have that for lunch every day that I'm at work and not on some on-site errand 100 miles away.

It's basically most-of-a-proper-English-Breakfast in a baguette.
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Re: Really good ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING food

Postby Samik » Sat Nov 19, 2011 7:23 pm UTC

Amen.


I'm a breakfast addict - I've probably read every word of Wikipedia's "Full Breakfast" article a half dozen times over the years (and started longingly at each picture contained therein).

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Re: Really good ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING food

Postby Gear » Sun Nov 20, 2011 4:37 am UTC

Salty corn chips in no-boil (with boiling you get the nasty milk skin) chocolate pudding.
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Re: Really good ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING food

Postby Euler » Mon Nov 21, 2011 2:33 pm UTC

Oh man...
Oh man...
Uh, I don't know if I can beat this.
In high school, our lunches used to be borderline terrible,
So my group of friends made a game of it. We would all make each other terrible concoctions, and the first to finish it would win a predetermined pot.
Cream of mushroom soup with grape juice, oatmeal, ridiculous amounts of paprika, cheese chunks, hash-browns, and crushed cheerios mixed in.
It's absolutely disgusting, but not really good.
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Re: Really good ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING food

Postby casualevils » Thu Dec 08, 2011 10:26 pm UTC

My record best but disgusting meal (the idea was by my little brother though):

Two chocolate chip waffles, each with a scoop of chocolate peanut butter icecream on them, topped with chocolate syrup, caramel, pancake syrup, and whipped cream. Pretty much the sweetest thing I've ever eaten.


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