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WILD RECIPES!!!

Do you have some crazy concoction that you put together that grosses out everyone who sees it?
Like putting Gravy in your milkshake or making a Grits and Peanut Butter sandwich?
Maybe putting Ketchup on your Corn Flakes?
Then you need to go to www.wildrecipes.com
Some crazy combinations on there and you can post yours too!
Here's one from there that REALLY intrigues me AND I'm gonna try it!
Chocolate Gravy & Biscuits 
I'm a born-n-bred Southerner and had the gall to haul off and marry a Northerner! I was raised on chocolate gravy and biscuits which is my most favorite food of all time. This stuff is the greatest! My husband won't even stay in the house when I make it or eat it though!
Biscuits:
1 or 2 cans of "whop" biscuits (these are the ones that come in the little tube at the store and you have to "whop" them on the counter to open the tube.) Bake as directed.
Chocolate Gravy
3 tablespoons of flour
2 tablespoons of cocoa powder
4 tablespoons of granulated sugar
2 cups of milk
2 tablespoons of butter
1 teasoon of vanilla
Mix dry ingredients in shallow pan on stovetop until they're completely combined. Add milk and stir. Cook on medium to medium high heat until it bubbles and thickens. Add butter and vanilla. Stir. Chunk up biscuits and pour chocolate gravy over the top. Enjoy!
Oh....and you'll need a bucket....if you like it as much as I do, then you'll eat till you explode!!!
Submitted by Sabrina Doster
Why don't you post your WEIRD Recipe on here before you put it in Wild Recipes.com!!
post edited by Foodbme - 2013/03/15 23:45:31
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    mar52
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/16 00:09:18 (permalink)
    A friend had a soda fountain in her house.
     
    She thought it was awful that I liked Coke syrup on chocolate ice cream.
     
    I've posted it here a year or so ago but I also do an apple, green chili bread pudding which is a dessert.
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/16 01:12:39 (permalink)
    I know sooner or later someone might say "ooooohh.....I've been making that for years and it's delicious" but I found this recipe and yikes...

    Hawaiian Island Salad

    2 3-oz. packages cream cheese, softened
    Kool Whip
    1/3 cup Miracle Whip
    Marshmallow Cream
    1 8-oz. can pineapple tidbits, juice reserved
    3 5-oz. cans chunk chicken, drained
    1 8-oz. can mandarin oranges, drained
    1 cup blanched, slivered almonds
    Dried cranberries
    1 1/2 cups halved seedless grapes
    In a medium bowl, beat cream cheese until fluffy. Mix in Miracle Whip and pineapple juice, and add the Kool Whip and Marshmallow Cream according to taste, until smooth and creamy. Stir in pineapple, chicken, oranges, almonds, grapes and cranberries until evenly coated. Chill until serving....or run away fast.
    post edited by CCinNJ - 2013/03/16 01:13:40
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/16 04:24:10 (permalink)
    The  widest I have had was Moms-peanut butter, mayonaise and lettuce.Really works!
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/16 11:40:24 (permalink)
    Foodbme

    Do you have some crazy concoction that you put together that grosses out everyone who sees it?
    Like putting Gravy in your milkshake or making a Grits and Peanut Butter sandwich?
    Maybe putting Ketchup on your Corn Flakes?
    Then you need to go to www.wildrecipes.com
    Some crazy combinations on there and you can post yours too!
    Here's one from there that REALLY intrigues me AND I'm gonna try it!
    Chocolate Gravy & Biscuits 
    I'm a born-n-bred Southerner and had the gall to haul off and marry a Northerner! I was raised on chocolate gravy and biscuits which is my most favorite food of all time. This stuff is the greatest! My husband won't even stay in the house when I make it or eat it though!
    Biscuits:
    1 or 2 cans of "whop" biscuits (these are the ones that come in the little tube at the store and you have to "whop" them on the counter to open the tube.) Bake as directed.
    Chocolate Gravy
    3 tablespoons of flour
    2 tablespoons of cocoa powder
    4 tablespoons of granulated sugar
    2 cups of milk
    2 tablespoons of butter
    1 teasoon of vanilla
    Mix dry ingredients in shallow pan on stovetop until they're completely combined. Add milk and stir. Cook on medium to medium high heat until it bubbles and thickens. Add butter and vanilla. Stir. Chunk up biscuits and pour chocolate gravy over the top. Enjoy!
    Oh....and you'll need a bucket....if you like it as much as I do, then you'll eat till you explode!!!
    Submitted by Sabrina Doster
    Why don't you post your WEIRD Recipe on here before you put it in Wild Recipes.com!!

    This sounds pretty good!  Please post pics if you make it.
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/16 13:43:35 (permalink)
    ann peeples

    The  widest I have had was Moms-peanut butter, mayonaise and lettuce.Really works!


    I don't use lettuce but I love peanut butter and mayonnaise sandwiches!
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/16 15:25:52 (permalink)
    Add a pinch of chili powder (ancho is good) to the chocolate gravy to whop it up some more.
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/16 16:17:06 (permalink)
    The first time I put Peanut butter in a chicken soup, my wife swore it was time to have me committed. I'm still here!
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/16 16:41:17 (permalink)
    Sabrina is a born-bred Southern girl. Girl...don't be using those bang 'em biscuits.

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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/16 16:49:04 (permalink)
    CCinNJ

    Sabrina is a born-bred Southern girl. Girl...don't be using those bang 'em biscuits.

    Just printed it verbatim.
    Personally, I'll be bakin' my own recipe biscuits if I do it!
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/17 10:52:52 (permalink)
    My husband likes to drink equal parts of grape juice and milk, whipped up in the blender.
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/17 12:37:49 (permalink)
    Try it with lettuce, agnesrob...it works!
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/17 14:22:10 (permalink)
    A friend would mix grape jelly in to his scrambled eggs.
     
    I don't even eat scrambled eggs.
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/17 15:08:57 (permalink)
    Try Grape Jelly on your Fried Matzah!  Mmmmmmmmm  Strawberry Jelly is good too~  
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/17 17:05:58 (permalink)
    The chili or pepper diad with chocolate is a long established pairing. My MIL does that with her chocolate cake with a tiny touch of red pepper. I've also seen it done with bbq sauces. One of my  ingredients is instant coffee after the sauce is simmered. Grape soda and jelly as an ingredient in Mariana and BBQ sauces as well.
     
    My introduction to TN Southern down home cooking came with being served a beautiful dinner salad only to have my future MIL come back with a gravy boat filled with hot bacon grease and pour it all over. Normal to them, but plenty more surprises followed over the years. And they think those of us down here eat and do strange things? 
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/24 13:34:55 (permalink)
    Okay, I got one. My family absolutely CRINGES when I make it. And it's made abundantly clear that I will be the ONLY one enjoying it.
     
    Two words:
     
    Spam  Parmigiano.
     
    Just take your Chicken Cutlet Parmigiano recipe and use Spam instead of Chicken. Enjoy!
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/24 14:01:43 (permalink)
    Equal amounts of Heinz Chili Sauce (in a bottle like ketchup) and either grape jelly or cranberry sauce in a crockpot with your favorite meatballs (frozen ones will do in a pinch) Serve over rice or noodles. 
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/24 16:00:16 (permalink)
    Brains & Scrambled Eggs  (my version of the Scrambled Brains on the website):
    This was what my Mother would cook occasionally when I was a child that I loved to eat.  It was always pork brains, cut in small pieces and fried with scrambled eggs, and I liked to eat them with catsup on them.  If I came across some pork brains today, I would cook and eat them this way in a heartbeat!  Yummy!
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/24 16:09:38 (permalink)
    6star

    Brains & Scrambled Eggs  (my version of the Scrambled Brains on the website):
    This was what my Mother would cook occasionally when I was a child that I loved to eat.  It was always pork brains, cut in small pieces and fried with scrambled eggs, and I liked to eat them with catsup on them.  If I came across some pork brains today, I would cook and eat them this way in a heartbeat!  Yummy!

    That may be a Peoria thing, my in laws were from there and liked that too.
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/24 16:46:21 (permalink)
    Call me inhumane, but when I run across a wild recipe, I don't let it run free. I capture it and place it in a photo album that I use for the purpose, and keep the recipe around. They eventually become domesticated.
     
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/24 17:06:10 (permalink)
    ROHfan

    Okay, I got one. My family absolutely CRINGES when I make it. And it's made abundantly clear that I will be the ONLY one enjoying it.

    Two words:

    Spam  Parmigiano.

    Just take your Chicken Cutlet Parmigiano recipe and use Spam instead of Chicken. Enjoy!


    I'm "UP" for dinner at your place anytime!....I'll bring the wine  I've tried it and it works.............PROVIDED........you slice the Spam thin
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/26 11:36:27 (permalink)
    For Beef based soups, stews, etc., you will really enhance the flavor with some Poupon Mustard and Parmesean cheese, grated.
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/26 13:19:10 (permalink)
    Wonder Bread Toasted and topped with:
    -Skippy creamy peanut butter
    -Owls Nest horseradish cheddar cheese
    -Dean's French Onion Dip
    -Grey Poupon Dijon Mustard
     
    DELISH!
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/26 13:27:40 (permalink)
    That's quite an ensemble!

    But ...the Wonder Bread needs an understudy.
    post edited by CCinNJ - 2013/03/26 13:28:42
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/26 15:48:29 (permalink)
    A drop of vanilla in a pot of vegetables adds an interesting note that no one can identify.
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/26 16:16:18 (permalink)
    Good point.  Just remembered that.  Was looking for it in the store this weekend and remembered....it's gone.
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/26 16:34:47 (permalink)
    Peanut butter and onion sandwiches. The peanut butter keeps the onions from messing with your breath and the onions keep the peanut butter from sticking to the roof of your mouth. Additionally, it tastes great, it's good for you, it's filling and it's cheap.
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/03/26 19:37:39 (permalink)
    i make hot dog spaghetti....saute 1 onion, 1/2 green pepper in a bit of olive oil. Add 4 good hot dogs( we use Usingers or Hebrew National) cut in coins. Add 1 can chopped tomatoes. Then add spaghetti noodles, broken in half. Stir, cover. Add tomato sauce as needed( 2 cans) to keep concoction moist while noodles cook. Season with salt and pepper.Bob was horrified the first time Mom made it- he loved it. I horrified Bob's family the first time I made it.They loved it.
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/04/05 03:59:54 (permalink)
    any other recipe which has some spice and healthy ingredients
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    Re:WILD RECIPES!!! 2013/04/05 09:22:53 (permalink)
    I love tomatoes, but my grandmother made one dish a lot that always creeped me out... tomato aspic. Basically tomato Jell-O. She'd serve it with lettuce and cottage cheese.
    I might be inclined to try it now, but it would take a lot to overcome the creep factor instilled in me in my youth.
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