Weird food


#1

As I sat here munching on Fresh Bread and Herring - It came to me that some folks would be gagging at the wonderful taste of Pickled Herring, and a few other recipies I make.

So I thought - why not post a “weird food” thread to find more recipies?

I’ll start with 2

First up? Cold Beet soup.

Take a few cooked beets, Peel, and then slice them to the size of half a McDonalds French Fry. - get about two cups after processing.

Add a peeled and diced Cucumber.

Add 5-10 radishes sliced into quarter slized thickness.

Take a bunch of green onions - like you buy in the store, and chop the green part up into shavings.

Add two tablespoons of shredded fresh dill.

If you’re a salt a holic, add a quarter teaspoon of salt - back it off if you don’t enjoy salt licks.

Add a quarter teaspoon of vinigar, and then follow with a half gallon of buttermilk - The fresher the better.

Stir and place in the fridge for 5 hours.

Stir again and serve. It’ll look like peptol Bismol with chunks.

Herring.

Buy the salted Herring - It comes in tubs. Rince and soak the salted herring over two days - meaning, every six hours swap the water, and get the salt out of the salted herring.

Next - clean the herring - get the gut sack out, and slice into 2 inch chunks.

Add a few onions - 2 fish to one onion ratio is what I follow. Add some pepper corns. 3 to 5 per fish.

Then make a brine of three cups water to every half cup of vinegar. Adjust taste accordingly since I love vinegar.

Make sure the fish and onions are covered and place in fridge. If you’re an absolute wimp - add some sugar to taste.

Wimp.

Enjoy the raw salted pickled fish after two days of brine. I suggest french bread, and a chaser of cheese (blue cheese style) to follow.


#2

That actually sounds pretty good …

My favorite sandwhich -

Rye bread. Smother one side with peanut butter. Smother the other slice with chocolate spread. Slice a banana and sandwhich it in between. Grill the whole thing.

There’s never a bad time for what I call The Foof PeaChocanana


#3

[quote user=“dreamaster”]As I sat here munching on Fresh Bread and Herring - It came to me that some folks would be gagging at the wonderful taste of Pickled Herring, and a few other recipies I make.

So I thought - why not post a “weird food” thread to find more recipies?

I’ll start with 2

First up? Cold Beet soup.

Take a few cooked beets, Peel, and then slice them to the size of half a McDonalds French Fry. - get about two cups after processing.

Add a peeled and diced Cucumber.

Add 5-10 radishes sliced into quarter slized thickness.

Take a bunch of green onions - like you buy in the store, and chop the green part up into shavings

Add two tablespoons of shredded fresh dill.

If you’re a salt a holic, add a quarter teaspoon of salt - back it off if you don’t enjoy salt licks.

Add a quarter teaspoon of vinigar, and then follow with a half gallon of buttermilk - The fresher the better.

Stir and place in the fridge for 5 hours.

Stir again and serve. It’ll look like peptol Bismol with chunks.

Herring.

Buy the salted Herring - It comes in tubs. Rince and soak the salted herring over two days - meaning, every six hours swap the water, and get the salt out of the salted herring.

Next - clean the herring - get the gut sack out, and slice into 2 inch chunks.

Add a few onions - 2 fish to one onion ratio is what I follow. Add some pepper corns. 3 to 5 per fish.

Then make a brine of three cups water to every half cup of vinegar. Adjust taste accordingly since I love vinegar.

Make sure the fish and onions are covered and place in fridge. If you’re an absolute wimp - add some sugar to taste.

Wimp.

Enjoy the raw salted pickled fish after two days of brine. I suggest french bread, and a chaser of cheese (blue cheese style) to follow.[/quote]

Sounds great, but too much work. I just buy my pickled herring from the store.


#4

popcorn and sugarbabies…instant caramel corn


#5

Limburger cheese on crackers for lunch.


#6

haha, I use that to pill my dogs. minus the crackers.


#7

popcorn and m & m s. really good.


#8

[quote user=“Josephus”]

popcorn and m & m s. really good. [/quote]

I’ll try it w/ peanut m&ms


#9

[quote user=“gimmaroon”]

I’ll try it w/ peanut m&ms[/quote]

good, but somehow, the plain m&m s seem to work really well.

they’re nice in marshmallow popcorn balls too (no calories in those! they’re made out of popcorn!)


#10

That actually sounds pretty good …

My favorite sandwhich -

Rye bread. Smother one side with peanut butter. Smother the other slice with chocolate spread. Slice a banana and sandwhich it in between. Grill the whole thing.

There’s never a bad time for what I call The Foof PeaChocanana


#11

Sounds great, but too much work. I just buy my pickled herring from the store.


#12

popcorn and sugarbabies…instant caramel corn


#13

Limburger cheese on crackers for lunch.


#14

haha, I use that to pill my dogs.

http://users.pandora.be/eforum/emoticons4u/happy/045.gif

minus the crackers.


#15

popcorn and m & m s. really good.


#16

I’ll try it w/ peanut m&ms


#17

good, but somehow, the plain m&m s seem to work really well.

they’re nice in marshmallow popcorn balls too (no calories in those! they’re made out of popcorn!)


#18

I don’t know what kind of popcorn you’re eating cause mine definitely has calories, and so do my marshmallows! Wait a second, has my pantry been trying to get me fat with the calorie- filled products. Hmm, I knew I never should have moved into the house with the computer control that sounds like Pierce Brosnan. (Simpsons reference if anyone gets it)


#19

cinnamon raisin bagel with pizza sauce and mozzerella


#20

fried chicken and chocolate syrup with chili powder