[Sca-cooks] A digression on the Rochester Garbage Plate

James Davis firedrake at earthlink.net
Thu May 7 11:30:19 PDT 2009

I don't buy it there, either!

However, I have become more fond of the Japanese-style breakfast,  
thanks to you.  And I've long had that attitude toward hot dogs,  
especially after you introduced me to Nathans!


On May 7, 2009, at 10:26 AM, Susan Fox wrote:

> My dad weirded out a bit when I ordered a nice Japanese udon  
> breakfast the last time we flew together.  Perfectly ordinary.  In  
> my life anyway.
> Deidre's sweetened beans harken back to the Japanese use of adzuki  
> beans for sweets too.  Why not?  Cheaper than protein powder.
> Hotdogs for breakfast?  Pffft, it's a sausage, get over it.
> Peanut butter mixed in to vanilla ice cream used to weird out my  
> ex.  I don't know why.  People pay extra for that at ColdStone!
> Selene
> otsisto wrote:
>> Since we're comparing the unusual, my SO likes  multi grain bread,  
>> peanut
>> butter, sweet pickle slices, mayo, and cinnamon sandwich. I guess  
>> this isn't
>> to far from the deep fried pickles.
>> Take sweet pickle, cover w/peanut butter, roll in nuts, freeze,  
>> deep fry,
>> lightly dust w/cinnamon or ginger
>> -----Original Message-----
>> Well, my maternal grandfather's favorite breakfast was a serving of  
>> grits,
>> topped by a piece of cheese toast (made with the sharpest cheddar
>> available), topped with maple syrup!  And I think I have mentioned  
>> in other
>> discussions my husband's predilection for peanut butter-butter-catsup
>> sandwiches.....
>> Kiri
>> On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 8:43 PM, Debra Eccles <deccles2 at yahoo.com>  
>> wrote:
>>> Its scary to remember my favorite combination in college - kidney  
>>> beans,
>>> blueberry yoghurt and grape juice.  Now the thought is retching...
>>> Deirdre O'Bardon
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