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Apr 14, 2014 12:15 PM

Your "evil food" (super unhealthy) recipe?? :)

Mine is an English muffin half spread with some full fat mayo & sprinkled with sugar, grilled in a toaster oven until the mayo gets bubbly & slightly browned. I discovered this method of eating English muffins when I was like 10.

Do any of you guys have super unhealthy food recipe you guys don't eat anymore??

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  1. Nope, if I love it I eat it, if only rarely.
    I find the notion of evil food distasteful.

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    1. re: magiesmom

      Hello, and thank you for your reply! :)

      I was just saying it was an evil kind cos it is SO unhealthy & yet super delicious & addictive, but it can also kill some of us.

      (Note: my doctor tells me I can't eat so much fat because of my organ condition, and also my grandma recently passed & the ultimate cause was her type II diabetes.)

      Sorry if my post was upsetting, and thank you for your input. Please take care :) <3 xox

      1. re: wasabi9988

        It wasn't upsetting. Just a pet peeve about calling food evil.
        Food is just food.
        If anything fits the category for me it is processed food like Cheetos, but if I liked them I would still eat them moderately.

        1. re: magiesmom

          Agreed, food should not have a value judgement - it's not good or bad.

          1. re: fldhkybnva

            Someone once noted that in 21st century America, food has become one of the few things considered "sinful."

            1. re: fldhkybnva

              But processed foods engineered from GMOs to be as addictive as possible...those are "bad" if there is a bad. Or at least the intentions behind them and their impact are.

      2. A favorite recipe from Mom: apple dapple coffee cake. Which is a simple, very rich coffee cake baked full of apple slices (no peel! this is cake!) with a crucial added ingredient: milk sauce. 2 c milk, 1 c sugar, one stick butter, a little vanilla. Cooked up and poured on your apple cake, ohhh. I eat it once a year, and it's like going to heaven.

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        1. re: Teague

          We used to make that, only we used cream instead of milk!

        2. Hostess Twinkies and Hostess Cupcakes. I've bought them twice since they came back, and damn, I enjoyed the hell out of each and every one. Not a recipe, but wow, I'm so enamored of them. and I don't have much of a sweet tooth usually.

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          1. re: EWSflash

            I think the newer ones taste better because they're actually in, made recently! LOL

          2. Yorkshire pudding where the batter is poured right into the hot drippings (fat) from a rib roast. Soaks it all up and turns golden brown.

            1. Toutons. Bread dough fried in salt pork and then spread with molasses. I also like the rashers I render the fat from -- especially when the rind is crunchy!