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Old 01-17-2006, 11:24 AM   #71
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Lasagna with ?

When I was younger and did not have a lot of money........
I made lasagna one year from basically what we had around the tiny place we lived in. I remember getting ricotta cheese (which I had never heard of before), using tomato sauce we had and italian seasonings.....
But for the "meat' I figures what the heck and used
TUNA FISH!
Boy, was that the absolute grossest italian food I have ever tasted!
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Old 01-17-2006, 12:02 PM   #72
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These posts would make a great theme for a pot luck at a rally sometime. It could be called the "Potluck from Hell" or bad meals I grew up with
I am still dreaming of the potato boats sailing on the sea of Velveta cheese and beer. Don't forget we could include the hotdog octopuses in the sea as well!
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Old 01-17-2006, 12:29 PM   #73
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Oh gosh... all this readin abt FOOOOOD is makin Me hungry, tho I jus had a whole 9 inch piza, I'm still starvin...LOL... I remember makin the mistake of tellin My Mum I liked something She prepared 4Me... I got egg chips & SPAM one day after school, the next would b fish fingers & SPAM, ( No I did'nt kn Fish had Fingers either, but there we go... ) Spam & beans, beans & Spam, Spam on toast, Spam WITH toast, toast under Spam, & SPAM...SPAM & MORE SPAM, it was quite nice with sausage & brown sauce tho... & if there was any left over Guess who got it 2 eat 4 their supper... the DOG... & He was ruddy welcome 2 it... 4 cryin out loud... I hated the stuff... until one day, I had it in BATTER, with Chips & Egg, then Egg, Chips & Battered spam Fritter... & it went on relentless, night after night after night... DID I MOAN... NO I never ( I am now... 'cos I NVR get any ) It was Cheap, fillin, handy, & it rolled down hills...LOL... BUT... But whem sliced it up 2 make sandwiches, She would cut it so THIN, if U picked it up 2 quick, it would fall apart, & I'll tell U another thing I miss Her doin, She used 2 put a ltl marg around the outside of the bread, cut some thin strips & place them on 3 sides of the bread, jus hangin out a lttl, makin it look like a full butty, open it up & the middle was jus dry plain bread..., She made sausage rolls ( Pigs in blankets ? ) abt 6 inches long, BUT there was only 1 inch of Sausage at each end, & the BESTEST thing that amazed Me & STILL DOES is this, 'cos We all liked DIFFERENT JAM ( JELLO ) Mum used 2 take the lable off the jar, & whoever was first 4A Jam butty got their choice of Jam, how the hell She knew what flavour it was I'll never kn, as it all looks the same 2 Me, mixed fruit jam, i'll never work out how she did it, but we always got what We asked 4... MUM SAID, thats how We knew... LOL, Good 'ole Mum...Chris.....
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These are cracking me up and alot are way to familiar.....I can't wait to see the look on my kid's faces when I serve them hotdog octopuses and "sea" beans!! It will be priceless
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Old 01-17-2006, 12:45 PM   #75
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Spam,Spam,Spam,Spam....

Spam,Spam,Spam,Spam,Spam,Spam,Spam,Spam
Kind looks like.........really bad ham!
Spam,Spam,Spam,Spam,Spam,Spam,Spam,Spam
Never goes bad........ date code be dammed!
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State food of Hawaii.......coconut & spam!
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How did we get this far without someone mentioning the Gallery of Regrettable Food?

http://www.lileks.com/institute/gallery/index.html

Cookbooks from the past, in full glorious color, with smart-aleky modern commentary. I know there's hot dog octopuses (octopi?) somewhere in there!
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Cowboy hats

In our grade school in TN we had "cowboy hats".
In this order: One slice of bologna, one scoop of mashed potatoes, one slice of yellow cheeze. They were baked until the cheeze melted over the mashed potatoes.
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Old 01-17-2006, 04:22 PM   #78
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In our grade school in TN we had "cowboy hats".
In this order: One slice of bologna, one scoop of mashed potatoes, one slice of yellow cheeze. They were baked until the cheeze melted over the mashed potatoes.
Sounds like a upgraded potato boat!
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How To Cook An Egg

Ingredients:
6 pack of Miller High Life Genuine Draft Light Beer
1 pound bacon
2 eggs

Instructions:

place beer in cooler to get cold

Put a 9" cast iron skillet on the fire to heat up.

Place 1 pound of bacon into the 9" skillet.

Stir occasionally to separate the bacon slices.

remove bacon when crisp.

Crack the 2 eggs into the remaining liquid and poach until edges of the eggs are slightly curled.

Serve eggs with bacon and chilled beer.

Note. Light beer is used for breakfast but regular beer can be substituted for lunch or dinner.
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As the Bible says "Man cannot survive on bread alone he must have peanut butter"
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cooking with bologna

Yes there is a bologna cooking link:
http://www.southernangel.com/food/bologna.html
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Old 01-18-2006, 12:31 PM   #82
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Campfire special

I just had to post this my husbands family always tent camped when he was growing up. His mother gave me this recipe when we first did our tent camping so I surprised my husband with it. Spam, onions, potatoes, butter cooked in black skillet on the grill. He was surprised when I served it. So we have it everytime we camp now.


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Ps, My son thinks the meat is steak.
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We have an international dinner at our school every year. I'm always tempted to represent Bad American Food by bringing Spam and Velveeta sandwiches on Wonder bread with Fresca or TAB, cheetos, and that green jello with marshmallows in it. But I never do it because I secretly eat that stuff now and then...
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Baked Bologna

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Yes there is a bologna cooking link:
http://www.southernangel.com/food/bologna.html
Yet they didn't have the recipe my dad made us when we were little kids. Occassionally he got to be the cook in our house to give us a respite from our mother's chicken and dumplings. He would make a production of buying a large chunk of unsliced bologna at the grocery deli and bake it like a ham with pineapple slices toothpicked on top and carefully basting it with a honey glaze as it baked. It was a production. It tasted just as good as baked ham.
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