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Old 08-17-2017, 11:19 PM   #31
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Ummmmm!!! I am already thinking about Thanksgiving!!! All the yummy foods together! Like if you think about the foods one by one they weren't even listed as our favorites! ( Well I did list mashed potatoes) ! But together , they make a GREAT feast!!!! Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes/Yams , cranberry , pumpkin pie etc.!!!!

And Easter too!!!! We always have a delicious ham dinner! Sometimes with mashed potatoes, sometimes with potato salad (I listed potato salad too in my favorites ) , and veggies and dinner roles !!!! YUMMY!!!!!!!
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Favorite foods:

1. Fried chicken wings or drums with potato salad and biscuits.

2. Yankee pot roast with glazed carrots, mashed potatoes and gravy.

3. Linguine with fresh clam sauce and garlic bread.

4. baked macaroni and cheese with tossed salad.

5. T Bone steak with raw onions and baked potato.

6. Spaghetti with meatballs and Cesar salad.

7. Beef enchilada with rice and beans.

8. Scrambled eggs, hash browns, toast and melon.

9. Knish with mustard

10. Frankfurters with relish, mustard and coleslaw


Favorite beverages:

1. Diet cola
2. Ginger ale
3. root beer
4. cream soda
5. seltzer water
6. iced tea
7. vodka
8. rum
9. whiskey
10. beer


Least favorite foods:
1. Liverwurst
2. frozen pizza
3. Taco Bell
4. McDonald
5. Domino's
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Old 08-18-2017, 12:14 AM   #33
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Favorite foods:

1. Fried chicken wings or drums with potato salad and biscuits.

2. Yankee pot roast with glazed carrots, mashed potatoes and gravy.

3. Linguine with fresh clam sauce and garlic bread.

4. baked macaroni and cheese with tossed salad.

5. T Bone steak with raw onions and baked potato.

6. Spaghetti with meatballs and Cesar salad.

7. Beef enchilada with rice and beans.

8. Scrambled eggs, hash browns, toast and melon.

9. Knish with mustard

10. Frankfurters with relish, mustard and coleslaw


Favorite beverages:

1. Diet cola
2. Ginger ale
3. root beer
4. cream soda
5. seltzer water
6. iced tea
7. vodka
8. rum
9. whiskey
10. beer


Least favorite foods:
1. Liverwurst
2. frozen pizza
3. Taco Bell
4. McDonald
5. Domino's


EWWWWW!!! I know!!! Liverwurst ! There is a reason the word "Wurst" is in the name of that food!

Sorry Torgo (and Vinnie Barbarino) !! My Brother liked liverwurst , so it was in my home growing up, but my Sister and I were like EWWWWW!!!
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EWWWWW!!! I know!!! Liverwurst ! There is a reason the word "Wurst" is in the name of that food!

Sorry Torgo (and Vinnie Barbarino) !! My Brother liked liverwurst , so it was in my home growing up, but my Sister and I were like EWWWWW!!!
My mother loved liverwurst sandwiches with extra mayo. GROSS! The smell of that made me so ill!
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My mother loved liverwurst sandwiches with extra mayo. GROSS! The smell of that made me so ill!


My Grandmom and my Ex Mother in law both liked sardines!! That was another thing that was ewww!!! They were like growing up poor in the depression and you ate what there was and what you had to eat and weren't picky! That was their philosophy for liking yucky stuff I guess??
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You wanna hear gross?
My ex husband and his dad loved to eat gefilte fish! Now that's nasty stuff. The smell makes you want to hurl!
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You wanna hear gross?
My ex husband and his dad loved to eat gefilte fish! Now that's nasty stuff. The smell makes you want to hurl!


Ethnic kosher food!!

Like Czernina, Polish for Duck blood soup !!! When my Grandmom tried to make us eat that we headed for the hills!!!!
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Ethnic kosher food!!

Like Czernina, Polish for Duck blood soup !!! When my Grandmom tried to make us eat that we headed for the hills!!!!
Now that does sound nasty!

I do like some kosher foods like matzo ball soup, kishkas, kasha varnishes, kreplach, blintzes and potato latkes, but gefilte fish is NASTY imo!
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Now that does sound nasty!

I do like some kosher foods like matzo ball soup, kishkas, kasha varnishes, kreplach, blintzes and potato latkes, but gefilte fish is NASTY imo!


You know I want to try all those kosher foods because of my crush Michael Lembeck!!!! Esp. the kosher "Hot Dog" !!








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You know I want to try all those kosher foods because of my crush Michael Lembeck!!!! Esp. the kosher "Hot Dog" !!

Kosher franks go great with kosher dill pickles!
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EWWWWW!!! I know!!! Liverwurst ! There is a reason the word "Wurst" is in the name of that food!

Sorry Torgo (and Vinnie Barbarino) !! My Brother liked liverwurst , so it was in my home growing up, but my Sister and I were like EWWWWW!!!

Haha during this summer break my daughter has been making some of my lunches for me for work. But if I want a liverwurst sandwich she refuses, she won't touch it.
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Kosher franks go great with kosher dill pickles!


I LOVE Kosher dill pickles!! I feel like having lunch at an authentic NY Jewish deli right now!!!
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Haha during this summer break my daughter has been making some of my lunches for me for work. But if I want a liverwurst sandwich she refuses, she won't touch it.


I know how she feels. With me it's regular liver. I can't cook it. I can't even look at it or touch it!!! If my Hubby wants liver, (which he rarely does, thank God ) he has to cook it himself , and I can't stand the smell though!
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I know how she feels. With me it's regular liver. I can't cook it. I can't even look at it or touch it!!! If my Hubby wants liver, (which he rarely does, thank God ) he has to cook it himself , and I can't stand the smell though!

That's one thing I've never had to try, neither of my parents liked liver when we were growing up.
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I LOVE Kosher dill pickles!! I feel like having lunch at an authentic NY Jewish deli right now!!!
MMMMM...... yes, "Katz's Delicatessen" in New York City is the best. Everything I had there was excellent!!!
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