Food Free-for-All


#41

Best Ice Cream Desserts In Every State.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/foodanddrink/restaurantsandnews/the-best-ice-cream-desserts-in-every-state/ar-BBuZqp0


#42

Of the three main sandwich ingredients the only one I’ve ever seen (and have in my fridge) is Kewpie. I suspect I might find pork floss (or similar) at 99 Ranch, if I looked closely, but where would I find something close to milk bread? Tokyo Central?


#43

Mitsuwa, or most Japanese bakeries in/around Little Tokyo.


#44

Thanks. Costa Mesa this evening!


#45

In a pinch you could probably substitute Wonder Bread. But only in a pinch.


#46

You can’t pinch Womder Bread. It has no real texture to it. :roll_eyes::stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#47

I like Wonder Bread with Best Foods mayo and Peanut Butter… But don’t tell anyone.


#48

Wonder bread makes for perfect PB&J.

Do tell everyone. People need to know. Life’s too short to eat wrong bread for PB&J.


#49

Mayo AND PB… on the same sandwich??? And I thought I could eat almost anything.


#50

:grin: I was wondering if you would catch that. Yes!


#51

It’s okay, my brother likes eggo minis with ketchup. :grimacing:


#52

:relaxed: Yikes


#53

The only thing I’ve ever eaten at McDonald’s is French fries. I have never eaten at a Red Lobster, Olive Garden or Subway. I’ve never eaten supermarket white bread or wheat bread or Kraft macaroni cheese or TV dinners or Cool Whip. I’ve never had ice-cream from an ice-cream truck. I’ve never eaten a candy bar.

I’ve never told this to anyone before.


#54

I assume you’re embarrassed by this.


#55

Wait… What? How is this possible? Who are your parents?


#56

Should I be? :wink:


#57

No you shouldn’t be embarrassed at all. It’s intriguing. I’m just curious. Did you have a restrictive diet growing up?


#58

If I’d never had ice cream from an ice cream truck, I’d feel like I missed something essential from growing up in the 50s.

That seems decidedly odd. Those things don’t need to be unhealthy at all. Actually I don’t suppose any of the places you mention have to be unhealthy. Like everything else, just a matter of making good choices.

ETA: We keep Marie Callender’s (?sp) chicken pot pies in the freezer for those nights when neither of us want to cook or go out. They’re really tasty.


#59

Lol, not at all. We just didn’t eat those foods.


#60

Amazing. I think the no candy bar blows me away the most. And this is coming from a person who was raised by meditating vegetarians. First the kale salad in the purse thing, now this. You’re an interesting person.