Discussion in 'The Vapor Lounge' started by jeffp, Apr 7, 2010.
To me nothing comes close to "Half and Half."
Dinner rolls from Finland. Not quite mystifying, but.........
That's pretty wild, I must say. I trip out whenever I contemplate this - it's like zen...
Not to be gender specific, so I'd spread it around a bit:
You open it up.... no grapes, no nuts! What's the deal?!
"Screaming Yellow Zonkers" were tasty fun seventies munchies biteables with Peter Max/ Yellow Submarine inspired packaging.
I mean, who likes yellow food? Green, now that's a nutritious color...
How about this one?
It's a food substitute, doncha know...
Absolutely no grapes and no nuts so the name signifies nothing,,
Kumquat. .... and, I love kumquats! but.. yeah... that's a name.
I like the Lincoln Snack Foods lineup: Fiddle Faddle, Screaming Yellow Zonkers, and Poppycock.
Edit: Holy reading comprehension! jeff already posted Zonkers.
When I brought my friends cumquats and they couldn't believe eating em would be so amazing.
What about buffalo wings.
Toad in the hole
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Thought of this earlier.
Ooh, grits is a good one! Just the name sounds like it's made out of gravel and sandpaper. There was this lady on TV who made me wonder just where were grits on a girl?
Bananas are berries and strawberries are not.
I can't find any sand or witches in my lunch entree
Mock Duck...google it.
I remember my disappointment when I finally convinced mom to buy me a box of Grape Nuts....
Though Spotted Dick should probably take the prize and sounds like something you should see your doctor about....
How about the Hushpuppies. They drip in health and deliciousness.
An American southern food a deep fried corn meal mixture with eggs milk and spices.
The Hushpuppy legend is that during the Civil war soldiers tossed fried cornbread to quiet
The Confederate dogs...to hush the puppies.
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