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    Primal Fuel
    Hmmmm. Sex in a Pan, maybe. Or the Christmas Day treat in my family--chocolate-covered cornflake balls. Oh, or A&W chicken nuggets dipped in gravy. Also, deep-fried tofu, elephant ears, and saltines with processed cheese spread. I also used to smash up ramen and eat it dry sprinkled with the flavouring powder.

    I also had the toast with cinnamon and sugar on top. My mother used to pre-mix it in a shaker jar so that it was easy for the kids to put it on our toast in the morning.
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    Soy JoyLESS
    Oh god, they gave those out at a marathon bag pick up. My SIL ate one bite and tossed the thing out and pronounced it "Soy Joyless"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Owly View Post
    I also had the toast with cinnamon and sugar on top. My mother used to pre-mix it in a shaker jar so that it was easy for the kids to put it on our toast in the morning.
    Oh, that reminds me of "angel wings". Leftover pie crust cuttings baked with cinnamon and sugar sprinkled on them. Oh youth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rip @ MIPWID View Post
    Paleo bread.
    lol

    What comes to mind is sugary cereals and toothpaste (the three striped colgate with ... fluoride!). Not eaten together though.
    What on earth?! Take a walk on the wild side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gravyboat View Post
    Oh, that reminds me of "angel wings". Leftover pie crust cuttings baked with cinnamon and sugar sprinkled on them. Oh youth.
    We just called those pie scraps, though I've also heard them called Pie Fries.

    "Angel Wings" to me is a Thai dish: partially deboned chicken legs stuffed with ground, seasoned chicken meat and glass noodles, battered, and fried. Served with a sweet sauce, natch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onalark View Post
    "Angel Wings" to me is a Thai dish: partially deboned chicken legs stuffed with ground, seasoned chicken meat and glass noodles, battered, and fried. Served with a sweet sauce, natch.
    Well that kicks the shit out of my version.

    I never liked pasta much, but I do so love cellophane noodle dishes. Speaking of which, I could really go for some pad woon sen. It's so easy to make, too. Alas, not primal.

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    Oh, see, now I want japchae.
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    Got another one that's pretty bad:

    McDonald's fries dipped in their vanilla shakes

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    I have had most of the above but the first thing that came to my mind was a grilled cheese sandwich with American Cheese, white Wonder Bread, spread with country crock margarine. Sometimes we would even get a piece of bologna stuck in the middle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kkratz57 View Post
    Got another one that's pretty bad:

    McDonald's fries dipped in their vanilla shakes
    Oh man, I used to love that! Or using fries to scoop soft-serve.
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