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post #106 of 119
My dad used to love brains & scrambled eggs. He'd cook beef or pig brains and then add eggs and scramble it all up. The smell made me sick. Just thinking about it 50 years later still does...
post #107 of 119
OMG, I'm never gonna forget my mother's nutritious fish head soup!!--carrots, potatoes and fish eyes floating on the bowl aggghhhh icon_cry.gificon_cry.gif
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post #108 of 119
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Originally Posted by Rosie2

OMG, I'm never gonna forget my mother's nutritious fish head soup!!--carrots, potatoes and fish eyes floating on the bow aggghhhh icon_cry.gificon_cry.gif



OK...aging myself here but does anyone remember that song from SNL waaaaay back...fish heads, fish heads, yummy yummy fish heads...
post #109 of 119
Fish heads, fish heads, eat them up - YUM!
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post #110 of 119
LOL---fish heads aggghhhh


She also made chicken feet soup any time we had a cold --- icon_confused.gif
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post #111 of 119
Rosie - Bet you made sure you never got sick!
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post #112 of 119
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Originally Posted by stsapph

Rosie - Bet you made sure you never got sick!

NEVER!!! LOL icon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gif
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post #113 of 119
Cutthecake, you are so crazy; I'm ROFLMAO!
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post #114 of 119
My mom wasn't a terrible cook, but not that great, either. Very little variety, and she does not know that there is anyway to flavor & season food other than salt. Her food was very boring, plain, and either very bland or very salty. I can't remember anything particularly disgusting, but I do remember her vegetable-beef soup and stuffed peppers being so tasteless I couldn't stand them.

I have to stick up for stuffed peppers, though. They can be really good! I would not touch my mom's; they were stuffed with a bland mixture of ground beef, rice, and home canned "tomato sauce" that was very watery, no sesoning. They had no flavor at all. Once I was grown and made some on my own after researching recipes, I found I really like them. Mine are stuffed with a mixture of browned ground beef, caramalized onions, tomato puree, rice, cheese, and seasoned with salt, pepper, a little chili powder, and worchestshire sauce. My kids love them, too.

I have one dish my daughter thinks is the most disgusting, inedible thing ever - crab quiche. She hates any kind of seafood, and does not like eggs or cheese all that much, either. My husband, son, and I all like it, though.
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post #115 of 119
My grandmother was a vomitrocious (Vomit+atrocious) cook. I can remember SPAMburgers, runny-still-raw scrambled eggs and "Trash Night Casserole"- every left over from the last week thrown together and baked until unrecognizable. My kids better love me for never serving them anything like that.
post #116 of 119
My mom used to fix stewed rhubarb. Looked like a big bowl of snot. to this day, I can't even think about rhubarb.
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post #117 of 119
Rhubarb, ugh.
Can't stand the stuff since I was a kid and I spent the night with a friend. Her mother made stewed rhubarb, and you could still see the green bits from the leaves.
That part's poisonous, for heaven's sake!

Never have trusted another rhubarb.

Aside from the fact it looks like snot. LOL
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post #118 of 119
On the other hand, I have a dish I like to make that my sons won't eat.

Backstory: When they were young they loved the movie "Ernest Goes to Camp". In the movie the kooky chefs are looking for the ultimate ingredient needed for their latest concoction "Eggs Erroneous". The secret ingredient was yellow modeling clay.

For a big family dinner one time I made the southern classic-corn pudding. My boys took one look at it and pronounced, "Eggs Erroneous!"

In my family we still can corn pudding by that name.
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post #119 of 119
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Originally Posted by bohemiagetsajob

My grandmother was a vomitrocious (Vomit+atrocious) cook.

Vomitrocious, I like that word!!! So, I guess my mother made 'vomitrocious fish soups' aggghhhh icon_cry.gif

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