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« Reply #45: September 23, 2009, 03:24:46 am »


We went to the Olive Garden one night & I ordered a mixed seafood dish - it had mussels, clams, crawfish, shrimp & I think lobster chunks in it. He speared a mussel (which he would not normally volunteer to eat) off my plate, popped it into his mouth, and after chewing on it for a few minutes, looked at me & said, "That wasn't a mushroom, was it!?" He was kind of upset that I didn't warn him first. I was too busy laughing at the look on his face to care how betrayed he was.

LOL! What did he think would be in a mixed seafood dish?
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« Reply #46: September 23, 2009, 10:11:35 am »

LOL! What did he think would be in a mixed seafood dish?

Apparently, he thought there were mushrooms in with the seafood.  Cheesy
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« Reply #47: September 23, 2009, 10:15:13 am »

Apparently, he thought there were mushrooms in with the seafood.  Cheesy

Possibly he should have asked you first...
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« Reply #48: November 02, 2009, 09:27:57 pm »

Unfortunately, the English are still working on the 'waste not, want not' principle with food. If it can be made even vaugely edible, we will eat it.

That's my favourite kind of cooking!  I guess it makes me feel kind of superior to know that I eat things that my poor, pampered schoolmates won't touch with a ten-foot barge pole...(That's a bad thing, isn't it?)

I remember when we went to China on a school trip, the other students wouldn't eat anything until I told them what meat was in it, whether it was spicy and whether it tasted good.  Because they couldn't tell for themselves what the meat was by taste.  I admit, they amused me slightly.  It also meant I got first pickings at anything they put on the table  Cool

But in terms of bad recipes, the worst one ever was one that me and a friend made while experimenting.  A salad, with too much balsamic vinegar and rice.  We'd accidentally burnt the rice.
Well done, us.  I'm never eating that again.

Then again, while experimenting, we also made these "pancakes" that we added drinking chocolate and sugar syrup to.  They didn't do the pancake thing...they ended up more like plasticene.  Vaguely chocolate-flavoured plasticene.  I'm not sure I'd eat that again, either.
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« Reply #49: November 04, 2009, 11:09:44 am »

The thread title explains it all.

What is the worse recipe you came across?  Did it sound good before you tried it?  If so, then did you figure out what went wrong?  Did you manage to fix the recipe and managed to make something good out of it?

Note that since we have been exposed to numerous god-awful recipes involving SPAM, it wouldn't be fair to count them since being gross is a given.

My husband and I don't eat red meat or pork and we eat alot of tofu, fish and veggies so I have to do some serious searching for non meat recipes. Anyway, I found a recipe on a website that has a lot of good ones and it was called Broccoli and kale stirfry. Stirfry is my specialty so I thought "why not". Well you have to put in lime juice and I mustve added too much. It was like biting into a lime. gross. I tried adding soy sauce and more veggies to soak it up. The veggies all shrunk too from the lime juice! Needless to say, we had to have scooby doo mac n cheese with my ginger glazed mahi. lol It was funny because the fish was excellent, like from a resturant. lol
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