a couple more:
pan fried leftover spaghetti by itself or in a sandwich
pan fried baloney or veal loaf sandwich with melted provolone and onions
Fried bologna on toast with mayo and maters...now I wouldn't think it to be nasty (cheap, yes) being I was raised on it but I know there are those out there that think its disgusting.. Vienna sausages is all I have in the boat along with potato sticks in a can..
Love it all, but potato sticks in a can?? Afraid you lost me there. Seems like everybody else relates to it. Just not in my realm LOL Little help please
Great snacks on the boat.. and easy to eat while setting the hook! :)
Lots of my favorite DLS already listed, so here goes: SPAM (grilled, or in a breakfast sandwich), Smoked oysters in a can, Original Mac & cheese (powdered like so many others here), Bush's Grilling beans in a can, heat and eat noodle bowls with Siracha chili sauce.
Tuna salad on saltine crackers. And yes the Mac n Cheese mixed with a package of shells and cheese!!!
Another standby is a slice of cheddar cheese on a BBQ potato chip (Lays ruffled)
Man there are some pretty weird combinations but what the heck, everyone has their own tastebuds.
One of my favorites is my hot and spicy chili that I do competitions with, after it's sat for a couple days, over scrambled eggs and a slice or two of cheese over it all.
Gettin hungry just thinking about it!
When I was a kid my grandmother would butter a piece of bread and then sprinkle powdered chocolate on it. I don't think it's all that weird but my kids do.
My guilty pleasure is spaghetti-os. My wife says they smell like vomit and doesn't want to be near me or in the house when I cook them (stove-top of course).
They are such a delightful, heavenly little circle treat!!!
OH NO!! NOT SPAGHETTI-OS!! I didn't think I would get those. I need to go back and read in case I missed but I DO have 1 spaghetti-os. I read these things and we should be ashamed. The great thing about most of this is that these things are what Mom or Grandma fed us. You just can't break away from those sort of roots. If my British friends would chime in you would hear some stuff. Jellied eels. Marmite. Vegemite. "Pickle" ( totally different meaning here ). Etc., Etc.. Most of this stuff is as bad as British sausage. Hope you folks keep 'em coming.