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  • Originally posted by texas.grok View Post
    Here is one that a friend on FB just put up on her page: the parentheses stuff is my comments...

    Dreamsicle Orange Punch

    1 Quart Orange Sherbet (frozen chemicals with sugar)
    1 Quart Vanilla Ice Cream (more frozen chemicals with sugar)
    1 Liter Of Sprite or 7-Up. (unfrozen chemicals with sugar)
    1 Can Of Cream Soda. (unfrozen chemicals with different flavoring with sugar)

    Pour 1 Liter Sprite or 7-Up Into A Large Punch Bowl. Scoop Softened Sherbet and Vanilla Ice Cream Into The Bowl. Add 1 Can Of Cream Soda And Stir.

    Add a couple of liters of vodka to that and at least you'd get a buzz.
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    • Originally posted by texas.grok View Post
      Here is one that a friend on FB just put up on her page: the parentheses stuff is my comments...

      Dreamsicle Orange Punch

      1 Quart Orange Sherbet (frozen chemicals with sugar)
      1 Quart Vanilla Ice Cream (more frozen chemicals with sugar)
      1 Liter Of Sprite or 7-Up. (unfrozen chemicals with sugar)
      1 Can Of Cream Soda. (unfrozen chemicals with different flavoring with sugar)

      Pour 1 Liter Sprite or 7-Up Into A Large Punch Bowl. Scoop Softened Sherbet and Vanilla Ice Cream Into The Bowl. Add 1 Can Of Cream Soda And Stir.

      Sherbet plus sprite or ginger ale is pretty much the basis of most punch I've ever had. It's tasty.

      Ok I know it's not primal but I do make pumpkin chocolate chip muffin recipe I got off Facebook a couple times a year.

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      • Originally posted by Cyborcat View Post
        Oh, here's something I used to eat a lot when I was a kid. Put a couple of spoonfulls of peanut butter in a bowl, add cheerios, drown it all in honey, then stir and eat with a spoon. Yeah, it's awful, healthwise, but I'd be lying if I said it didn't still sound good to me--I still eat peanut butter (no more than a single serving), and sometimes with a *little* honey, but I wouldn't touch cheerios now.
        When I was a kid, my mom would occasionally make biscuits and peanut butter syrup to go with it. Peanut butter syrup was just what it sounds like: half smooth peanut butter, half cheap "maple" syrup, scooped up with canned biscuits. I loved it. I'd hate it now (too sweet) but damned if I wouldn't try it again anyways given a chance.
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        • Oh damn, that sounds good! XD
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          • re: the sherbet and sprite - it's basically like a coke float, right? my mother would give those to us if we were feeling crummy or recovering from being sick, along w/ jello. Lime sherbet & sprite - YUM to my kid-era sugar wacked palate.

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            • My MOST favorite thing to eat when I was a kid:

              grilled peanut butter sandwich dipped in light Karo syrup.

              My two sisters and I gobbled that crap right up!
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              • Originally posted by Catherine View Post
                re: the sherbet and sprite - it's basically like a coke float, right? my mother would give those to us if we were feeling crummy or recovering from being sick, along w/ jello. Lime sherbet & sprite - YUM to my kid-era sugar wacked palate.
                One of my first jobs out of high school was working in the salad department in the kitchen of an elegant old-fashioned resort hotel. One of the things I enjoyed the most was the cranberry juice cocktail, which had a scoop of raspberry sherbet in a small glass of cranberry juice cocktail.

                Originally posted by AuroraB View Post
                My MOST favorite thing to eat when I was a kid:

                grilled peanut butter sandwich dipped in light Karo syrup.

                My two sisters and I gobbled that crap right up!
                As a kid I made sandwiches like fried baloney sandwiches, and grilled bacon and cheese sandwiches. I seem to recall the bacon was not cooked crispy, so there was a whole lot of grease to be soaked up in the bread.

                Later I enjoyed grilled peanut butter and cheddar sandwiches.

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                • MMmmmmm..... peanut butter and cheddar (drool). I'm doing a fat fast right now and just about anything like that sounds delish
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                  • My cousin just posted this. I don't understand why 1. All recipes for cakes on facebook used a boxed mix and 2. why people consider cool whip to be icing. Cream cheese frosting can be tasty but this version sounds gross to me:

                    Special Request Cake (This is called special request because people will ask you to make it for every get together)

                    1 pkg. (2-layer size) devil's food cake mix
                    1 pkg. (4 oz.) Semi-Sweet Chocolate
                    1/4 cup butter
                    1 pkg. (8 oz.) Cream Cheese, softened
                    1/2cup sugar
                    2 cups thawed COOL WHIP Whipped Topping
                    12 OREO Cookies, coarsely crushed
                    Make It

                    HEAT oven to 350F.

                    PREPARE cake batter and bake in 2 (9-inch) round pans as directed on package. Cool cakes in pans 10 min. Invert onto wire racks; gently remove pans. Cool cakes completely.

                    MICROWAVE chocolate and butter in small microwaveable bowl on HIGH 2 min. or until butter is melted. Stir until chocolate is completely melted. Cool 5 min. Meanwhile, beat cream cheese and sugar in large bowl with mixer until blended. Gently stir in COOL WHIP and crushed cookies.

                    PLACE 1 cake layer on plate, spread with cream cheese mixture. Top with remaining cake layer. Spread top with chocolate glaze; let stand 10 min. or until firm. Keep refrigerated.

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                    • Can we stage some kind of raid and rescue the butter?

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                      • Originally posted by lea View Post
                        My cousin just posted this. I don't understand why 1. All recipes for cakes on facebook used a boxed mix and 2. why people consider cool whip to be icing.
                        I don't understand any of this either. I had a piece of the best chocolate mousse cake ever this summer -- seriously, if I going to die I'd make it my last meal -- and the cook put cool whip in it. It didn't quite ruin it, but it could have been a hell of a lot better. And I certainly don't get box mixes -- is it that hard to mix together a few ingredients? I suppose Americans are just lazy nowadays.

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                        • I was watching Rachel Ray and she had Emeril as a guest and he was making a pot roast. Everything looked good until he dumped a coke in the pot because it tenderizes. What!? You ruined a beautiful cut of meat for that?! Just let it cook a little longer!


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                          • I think the Coke is a Southern thing. I've seen other Southern recipes with it in it.
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                            • Originally posted by PaleoBreeder View Post
                              I was just looking for recipes for overgrown zucchini
                              It's called a marrow, and you scoop out the seeds, stuff it with beef mince and onions, etc., and bake it for maybe an hour. For example http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/stuffed_marrow_43279 though I wouldn't bother pre-boiling the marrow (it's watery enough as it is).

                              Apologies for non-tragic recipe!
                              Last edited by orielwen; 09-12-2013, 12:28 AM.

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                              • A few childhood recipes:

                                -"Pudding": Fat free yogurt, larges quantities of splenda, chocolate protein powder all mixed together. But I was lazy, so there were always clumps
                                -"Smoothies": Several bannanas, a couple cups of mixed fruit, and a cup-ish of yogurt with a lot of splenda. One serving, as a drink with my meals -- also the only way I would eat fruit.
                                -"Honey Pennies": The only way I would eat carrots. Basically sliced carrots cooked in an insane amount of honey.
                                -"Brown butter": Take 1 stick of butter, softened, and using an electric mixer beat in brown sugar to taste. It was usually about a cup for me. That only made one serving.

                                Considering that I never moved if I could help it, I'm not really sure why I was so confused that I got fat...

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