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  1. Wisey
    inventor of banana mush

    1) Banana mush and peanut butter sandwich (banana should be squished and then squeezed out through a hole in the peel)
    2)A cup of pure pickle juice

    Does anyone have any others that they would like to anonymously publicize without the world knowing how crazy they are?

    Posted 2 years ago #
  2. Eggs with pasta sauce. Did this just yesterday, it's pretty good.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  3. YW Moderator-20
    Not ready to retire

    Kasha

    Posted 2 years ago #
  4. Wisey
    inventor of banana mush

    Today I tried banana mush, peanut butter and cream cheese sandwich. It was even better and tomorrow i'll put in a couple pieces of hot pepper.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  5. oomis
    Best Bubby EVER

    What's weird about kasha? I LOVE IT!

    Posted 2 years ago #
  6. oomis
    Best Bubby EVER

    I think that fruity jello molds made with vegetables are weird. I don't eat OR like them.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  7. AbeF
    Member

    try potato kugel on a gorge forman grill with duck sauce....... (don't laugh its delicious!)

    Posted 2 years ago #
  8. rebdoniel
    Modern/Open Orthodox

    I can think of quite a few. I have an adventurous palate.

    Udder (had it at a mesorah dinner)
    Kosher Prosciutto (got it at Pomegranate)
    Elk
    Venison
    Beitzim (got them at Pic N Pay)
    Phaesant
    Bottarga (got it at Mansoura's)
    Hagavim (had them at a Mesorah Dinner)
    Kosher Turducken (got it from Aaron's Gourmet in Queens, Cup K)
    Vegan Abalone and Vegan Shark Fin Soup (tried it at Buddha Bodhai, Cup K)
    Kosher Gyro and Souvlaki (tried it at Town Deli in Great Neck, VHQ))
    Kosher yaprakes, bourekas, kourlouia (Greek dairy dishes available on the Lunch tour at Kehilla Kedosha Janina)
    Kosher Cannoli (available at Sapienza's Italian Bakery in Elmont, Kof K)
    Real Kosher Tenderloin/Filet Mignon (traibored by R' Avidan Elkin)
    Fleshig Apple Pie (made with beef fat obtained from Grow and Behold)
    Kimchee (produced by Adamah at Isabella Freedman Retreat Center, Vaad of Hartford)
    Pecorino Romano cheese (R' Dovid Katz)
    Ganja Hemp Pizza (Organic pizza rich in hemp Omega 3s) from Cafe Viva, Rabbi Yaakov Spivak
    Kosher Cuban Bread (Espiga D'Oro Brand, R' Spivak)
    Mexican Queso Fresco en Hoja from Las Quesas Ricura (Tablet K)
    Zolbi and Persian Baklava from Tabrizi's Bakery in Watertown (KVH)
    Bengali sweets and desserts from Rajbhog in Jackson Heights (Cup K)
    Scarmorza and Homemade Fresh Ravioli from Eagle Cheese (Cup K)
    Aufschnitt from Wasserman and Lemberger, Baltimore (Star K)
    Scandinavian Baked Goods: Fyrstkake, Limpa, Julekake, etc. from Viking Bakery in Denville, NJ (Rabbi Asher Krief)
    Kringle (a Danish pastry ring) from OH Danish Bakery, Racine, Wisconsin, under the Chicago Rabbinical Council, Rabbi Oppenheimer.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  9. BaalHabooze
    On the rocks

    There is a thread similar to this, you can peek at it here:
    http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/strangest-thing-you-have-ever-eaten

    Posted 2 years ago #
  10. more_2
    Member

    Kugel

    Posted 2 years ago #
  11. YW Moderator-20
    Not ready to retire

    Oomis, you must be from an older Generation!

    Posted 2 years ago #
  12. yentingyenta
    Member

    @ mod 42, kasha varnishkas is my 5 year old sister's favorite shabbos dish.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  13. WIY
    Managed to post for 3 years without getting a subtitle

    Doniel
    You make me feel like I have a boring palate. Sheesh! So name a top 5 from your list as "must trys"

    Posted 2 years ago #
  14. rebdoniel
    Modern/Open Orthodox

    @WIY,

    That would be so difficult for me, for both the reason that I am a big fan of all the things I have tried, and also because I am one not to play kashrus politics (I accept all hashgachas whose standards I know to be adequate for the items they certify. For example, I use Pic n Pay because I know Rabbi Gavrielov to be ehrliche, learned, and in it l'shem shamayim. I know R' Saffra and trust the fact that he is somech on the same shita of Tosfos on cheese that Rov Soloveitchik held by.)

    So here it goes:

    The Dairy Kosher Greek Lunch at Kehila Kedosha Janina
    Aufschnitt from Wasserman and Lemberger
    OH Danish Kringle
    Kosher Filet Mignon
    The flakiness of the fleshig apple pie

    Posted 2 years ago #
  15. Toi
    beware the cleats

    potato kugel with ketchup. pancakes with booze in them. yerushalmi kugel.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  16. uneeq
    Ironically, redundant subtitles can be redundantly ironic.

    Kimchee (produced by Adamah at Isabella Freedman Retreat Center, Vaad of Hartford)

    Never knew anyone that ever heard of that stuff. My parents love it while I can't even touch it.

    I would add:
    Truffles
    Hot dogs with marshmallow fluff
    corn and spinach crepes
    quesadillas
    Fried Pita stuffed with cheese and tomatoes
    omelet with peas
    scrambled eggs with couscous

    Sephardic dishes such as
    yebra
    machshi (onion, tomato)
    kibbeh
    lachmagine

    Posted 2 years ago #
  17. oomis
    Best Bubby EVER

    Udder (had it at a mesorah dinner)"

    Udderly disgusting!

    Mod 20 - what gave me away??????

    Something that LOOKS disgusting but is so yummy - Sweetbreads looks like brains (is really the thymus gland), but so good.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  18. zahavasdad
    zahavasoneluckygirl

    Canolis arent weird, they are just awesome

    Posted 2 years ago #
  19. rebdoniel
    Modern/Open Orthodox

    Potato kugel with ketchup isn't weird, at all. People eat hash browns with ketchup. A potato kugel is like a less crispy version of a hash brown. I happen to love ketchup on any kind of potato or egg dishes.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  20. rebdoniel
    Modern/Open Orthodox

    One thing weird I do eat is savory french toast. While some like their french toast sweet, I can't stand it.

    I take slices of whole grain or white bread, dip in egg beaten with milk, salt, and pepper, and fry in a little canola oil. I drain them and eat them with butter and ketchup.

    Posted 2 years ago #

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