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Is there a food that you have forgotten you like?

Asked by gailcalled (54522points) November 8th, 2010

Mine would be figs. I find them delicious when I remember to eat a few.

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AmWiser's avatar

Marshmellows .

Deja_vu's avatar

pomegranates

ducky_dnl's avatar

Jalapeños.

chyna's avatar

Watermellon.

JLeslie's avatar

Kraft Vermont cheddar on white or rye melted in a sandwich or open face slightly browned on top.

AmWiser's avatar

This question also makes me think of another favorite, grilled peanut butter and jam/jelly sammich, ummm.;-)

ratboy's avatar

Thanks. It’s been ages since I enjoyed Gerber Pureed Carrots.

Kardamom's avatar

Captain Crunch cereal and cinnamon toast.

Cruiser's avatar

Fluff! Is that a food?

ANef_is_Enuf's avatar

@Cruiser yes! Someone recently gave me a jar of fluff and I had to get a spoon. It’s been ages, but I forgot how good it is. Especially with peanut butter.

janedelila's avatar

Who remembers those Wheat Nut things? Can I even get them anymore? I loved those….

shpadoinkle_sue's avatar

oatmeal, BBQ sauce, ribs, and pork rinds.

Cruiser's avatar

@TheOnlyNeffie a Fluffer and Nutello sandwich will put you in a coma!! YUM!

Scooby's avatar

@Cruiser

So what is fluffer?? I thought a fluffer was something to do with the porn industry… ? If you can get a fluffer sandwich, I want to try one!! :-/

LuckyGuy's avatar

Oooo. Nutella! The Hazel nut spread. Deeelicious!

@Scooby The stuff is called marshmallow Fluff. You can use it in the porn business but you need to have a shower handy.

Scooby's avatar

@worriedguy

;-)
Thanks for the tip!! I’ll remember that…...... :-)

marinelife's avatar

I have rediscovered apples this fall. I love the crispiness of MacIntosh apples.

Cruiser's avatar

@Scooby Fluff has a wonderful role in the bedroom where if you forget the ropes you just Fluff their hands and legs together. ;)

Scooby's avatar

@Cruiser

Lol….
That looks positively revolting!! So, is this stuff on general sale in the UK?? :-/
Maybe a different brand name?? I’ve never come across it before…… :-/

Jude's avatar

Pumpkin seeds

Cruiser's avatar

@Scooby I wouldn’t know but it is available here and you have to try it to see what the fuss is all about. Here in the US it was common to plaster on piece of bread with Fluff and the other with peanut butter and make a sandwich called a Fluffernutter sandwich. It is really quite good as long as you don’t eat too many!! XD

Scooby's avatar

@Cruiser

OK, thanks, I’ll keep my eyes peeled ;-)

LuckyGuy's avatar

Marshmallow Fluff contains Corn Syrup, Sugar Syrup, Dried Egg Whites and Vanillin.
Here is an ad for Fluff
And the nutrition facts label

My parents would not let it in the house. “It is all sugar!”

ANef_is_Enuf's avatar

It is all sugar, that’s the truth. It comes in handy if you’re making fudge.

Kardamom's avatar

There’s this other stuff (in the U.S.) called Jet Puffed that sounds similar to Fluff. You can see it here

gailcalled's avatar

@Kardamom: I bet that ^^ makes terrific wood filler.

ANef_is_Enuf's avatar

@Kardamom yep, same stuff. :)

Kardamom's avatar

@TheOnlyNeffie and @gailcalled It does seem pretty icky, yet at the same time, intriguing.

Scooby's avatar

@worriedguy

Thanks for that heads up! :-/

I can understand parents not wanting it in the house, it’s bad enough having hyper kids running around, imagine them being fuelled on that stuff…….
Must be an American only thing, I can’t find it in England…we do have peanut butter though & I loved that stuff as a kid, I feel I missed out now Lol…….

Scooby's avatar

Poached eggs on toast. (the toast needs to be thickly buttered)

gailcalled's avatar

@Scooby: Ah, but how does one make a cohesive poached egg? MIne have raggedy edges (probably another example of fractals). Some chefs keep a special scissors to snip the edges.

basstrom188's avatar

black pudding (blood sausage) fried for breakfast

Scooby's avatar

@gailcalled

Easy ! ;-)
in a pan
Don’t forget to add a little olive oil to the cup & heat with steaming water for 6–7 minutes..

Enjoy….

KasperPrip's avatar

Hot dogs! I actually don’t really like sausages, but i had a hot dog for the first time in a long while sometime last month. In the case of different interpretations of the word hot dog it’s a hotdog like this i’m talking about.

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