Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking?

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Tommy B
Cheeseburger
2003/08/27 05:44:24
I love dunking grilled cheese sandwiches into cream of tomato soup.
I don't seem to dunk donuts or cookies anymore. But every now and then there's nothing like a soggy, milk-laden Oreo cookie waiting to be inhaled!
tiki
Filet Mignon
RE: Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking? 2003/08/27 07:27:37
I dunk alot of stuff---think its the Italian in me----into coffee-donuts,toast,biscotti,danish,and any stale baked goods----into olive oil-vegies,hunks of cheese,crusty bread----not to mention the "test the sauce" dunk for soups,stews and tomato sauce---if its good on the bread its ready! and of course----Cookies in milk!!
Bushie
Filet Mignon
RE: Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking? 2003/08/27 09:16:27
I'm fer DUNKIN' !!
Liketoeat
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking? 2003/08/27 09:24:27
I'm a "sopper" (bread in gravy) and a "crumbler" (cornbread in "potlikker"), but not a dunker,
CoreyEl
Cheeseburger
RE: Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking? 2003/08/27 12:33:36
The only things I still dunk are cookies into milk (especially Oreos) and the occasional french fry into a chocolate shake...
scbuzz
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking? 2003/08/27 15:19:05
Like LIKETOEAT , I'm a sopper and a crumbler but I have expanded my repertoire to include dunking too !


I especially like to dunk Ginger Snap cookies in a cup of hot coffee !!!
stanpnepa
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking? 2003/08/27 15:20:17
No dunking---unless French Dip counts.
EliseT
Filet Mignon
RE: Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking? 2003/08/27 19:06:42
From my childhood of dunking white toast into my hot chocolate, to dunking lobster in butter, I am a dunker, dipper, active eater all the way. Sometimes I just want the physical involvement more than the food. But many things get soggy and fall into the glass, which I then can't drink, blech
ocdreamr
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking? 2003/08/27 21:21:52
I like to dunk cookies in milk - problem is I don't care for milk!" />
I like to dunk biscotti in my hot tea & foccacia in olive oil, lobster in butter, shrimp in cocktal sauce, veggies in dips, soft pretzels in mustard, hard pretzels in sour cream .. oh, I could go on!

I must say I always remember my Dad, he loved to dunk his cookie, donuts, whatever in milk. But would just as happily dunk in his glass of beer!
tiki
Filet Mignon
RE: Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking? 2003/08/27 22:36:54
quote:
Originally posted by CoreyEl

and the occasional french fry into a chocolate shake...

WHAT!!!!!??????
EliseT
Filet Mignon
RE: Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking? 2003/08/28 02:27:16
quote:
Originally posted by tiki

quote:
Originally posted by CoreyEl

and the occasional french fry into a chocolate shake...

WHAT!!!!!??????


Ooh, my pregnant friend liked dipping french fries in strawberry milkshakes. Do you have a secret?
mayor al
Fire Safety Admin
RE: Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking? 2003/08/28 09:28:02
TheQueen of my Home is a definite Dunker..A favorite late evening activity/snack is a stack of whatever cookies we happen to have around...a Large glass of cold milk and her current reading material. We don't do Doughnuts often, but when we do it is a coffee dunk for her and a milk on the side for me. I Don't Dunk that stuff.

We have farm-family style restuarant in the area that serves "Fried Biscuits" and Apple Butter... I do like to make a large puddle of homemade Apple Butter on the bread plate and dip my Biscuit (like a raised doughnut(no hole) but not the extra sweet dough)

However, Shrimp into cocktail sauce.."Dry BBQ" into a cup of sauce,ears of corn into a bowl of melted butter, catfish fillet (finger food for me) into the tartar sauce...etc etc
I am not sure that "Dipping" and "Dunking" are the same thing.
EliseT
Filet Mignon
RE: Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking? 2003/08/28 12:50:29
How is this for a definition: Dunking is into things not intended for that use...like drinks. Dipping is intentional and socially accepted, with items provided solely for that purpose...au jus, ketchup, melted butter. Is that right?
ocdreamr
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking? 2003/08/28 12:54:42
quote:
Originally posted by EliseT

How is this for a definition: Dunking is into things not intended for that use...like drinks. Dipping is intentional and socially accepted, with items provided solely for that purpose...au jus, ketchup, melted butter. Is that right?


Let's see, then I dip my Biscotti in wine (original intent) but dunk in my tea?
chezkatie
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking? 2003/08/28 13:05:34
quote:
Originally posted by ocdreamr

Originally posted by EliseT

How is this for a definition: Dunking is into things not intended for that use...like drinks. Dipping is intentional and socially accepted, with items provided solely for that purpose...au jus, ketchup, melted butter. Is that right?


Sounds right to me..............I do admit that my sister and I used to dunk graham crackers into our milk as a "good night" snack. But my mother frowned upon it and we had to be real "sneaky" when we did it!
CoreyEl
Cheeseburger
RE: Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking? 2003/08/28 13:24:05
quote:
Originally posted by EliseT

quote:
Originally posted by tiki

quote:
Originally posted by CoreyEl

and the occasional french fry into a chocolate shake...

WHAT!!!!!??????


Ooh, my pregnant friend liked dipping french fries in strawberry milkshakes. Do you have a secret?


Mercy no! Unless it's another one of those immaculate things (in which case, call the Vatican). I can't get my husband home long enough to accomplish anything of that sort!
Eliz
CoreyEl
Cheeseburger
RE: Are you a DUNKER or No Dunking? 2003/08/28 13:28:20
quote:
Originally posted by tiki

quote:
Originally posted by CoreyEl

and the occasional french fry into a chocolate shake...

WHAT!!!!!??????


Actually it's quite good--someone back in high school did it at McDonald's and I tried it, not willing to seem uncool. Something about the mixture of flavors, the sweet and salty at the same time and the temperature difference.