Funny Foods

Funny Foods

131. Dippin' Dots

I have seen the future of ice cream, and it is not Dippin' Dots.

Added by Brian on June 10, 2007| Comment | You Like This |

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132. Succotash

See also Southern.

Added by Maya on June 7, 2007| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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133. Faggots and Peas

Don't believe me? Check it out. See also British, Sophomoric.

Added by okaytea on June 1, 2007| 2 Comments | You Like This |

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134. Poutine

French Canadian concoction of french fries, gravy, and cheese. It's a gut-busting, artery-obstructing, colon-clogging good time. See also Canadian.

Added by Robyn on May 31, 2007| 4 Comments | You Like This |

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135. Sprayable Cheese

Cheese should not come out of an aerosol can.

Added by a Guest on May 28, 2007| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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136. Kraft® Parmesan Cheese

I'm thinking of the stuff that came in the green-foil can, not what they're trying to sell today. Regardless, neither should be considered food. See also 80's.

Added by Brian on May 22, 2007| Comment | You Like This |

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137. Spotted Dick

Steamed pudding sometimes sold by the can. See also Sophomoric.

Added by a Guest on March 24, 2007| 2 Comments | You Like This |

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138. Haggis

A traditional Scottish dish made of a sheep's heart, liver, and lungs stuffed and baked in it's stomach. Here is a photo of a large haggis courtesy of Wikipedia. See also Meat, Scottish.

Added by a Guest on February 26, 2007| Comment | You Like This |

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139. Baked Alaska

See also Dessert.

Added by Maya on February 1, 2007| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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140. Eggs Benedict

Breakfast dish with Hollandaise sauce and Canadian bacon on top, but that's still English (muffin) underneath.

Added by a Guest on January 30, 2007| Comment | You Like This |