May 22, 2006

Sick, Wrong Things I Eat

Hard-boiled eggs, halved, each half spread thinly with horseradish. Because eggs don't have enough fat and cholesterol already, see. You?

P.S. I am aware that I have asked this before. So what? It's a timeless topic.

Posted by Ilyka at May 22, 2006 05:40 PM in were you going to finish that?

Actually, that sounds good to me. And the horseradish I have in my refrigerator is not fatty, so I thought horseradish didn't have fat in it.

Sometimes I put store-bought artichoke dip on ravioli. I think that's at least equivalently "bad".

Posted by: Regina at May 22, 2006 06:37 PM
Sometimes I put store-bought artichoke dip on ravioli

OMG, I am so trying that. If loving artichoke dip is wrong, I don't wanna be right.

Posted by: ilyka at May 22, 2006 08:33 PM

Oh!--And you're right: Horseradish proper does not have any fat in it. Horseradish sauce, on the other hand (which may or may not be saved packets of Arby's "Horsey Sauce") is like deadly.

Posted by: ilyka at May 22, 2006 08:35 PM

Come to think of it, eating an egg with a layer of "horseradish proper" on it would probably blow out my sinuses.

Oh Lordy-lord, save us from the evil that is Horsey Sauce!

Posted by: Regina at May 22, 2006 11:16 PM

Cottage cheese mixed with apple butter.

Posted by: John at May 23, 2006 06:37 AM

leftover frosting/icing on a cinnamon graham cracker

Posted by: j0lt at May 23, 2006 11:41 AM

Thinly sliced kosher dill pickles and red onions on pumpernickle toast spread with cream cheese. I'm addicted to those!

Posted by: Venomous Kate at May 23, 2006 07:30 PM

It's been a long time, but I used to be into peanut-butter-and-pickle sandwiches. I'd take a few spears and slice out the soft, seedy bits, and lay the remaining things in a sandwich of creamy peanut butter. You might like it, but your stomach won't.

Also, there's a childhood classic I call Masticated Cracker Sandwiches:

1. Eat a bunch of crackers, such as Wheat Thins.

2. I mean, eat a BUNCH. Get a big wad of grainy goo going in your mouth.

3. Gently eject said goo onto a pair of fresh crackers and make a sandwich!

(Imagine my surprise when I found out I was not the only one, and that my very own girlfriend has been doing it all along herself!)

Posted by: JD at May 24, 2006 05:11 PM