ITT: incorrect ways you enjoy food
I love over reheating spaghetti, long enough to the point where it gets dry and crusty and clumps together. It's just so damn delicious.
>I love over reheating spaghetti, long enough to the point where it gets dry and crusty and clumps together. It's just so damn delicious.
Same here, love the almost burnt crustiness of it.
I really like cold pizza.
I'm pizza is best one of two ways
Piping hot when you first get it, and then frozen in the fridge NOT MICROWAVED EATEN COLD
Also it's Hawaiian pizza because pineapples are the best.
If you love it that way, you should do it this way:
>oil the bottom of a pizza pan or other shallow round baking dish
>spread leftover spaghetti in an even layer over pan, if it doesn't cover the whole thing that's fine, but the layer shouldn't be too thin
>sprinkle with parmesan cheese (and red pepper flakes if you like)
>bake in the oven at 400 degrees until spaghetti is crispy and browned
>cut into whatever portions you like and munch
>bust up ramen noodles in packet
>place Ramen bits in large bowl
>pour in water
>cover and let sit for 5-10 minutes
>mix in hot sauce and cheese or butter and parmesan or leftover chili or sometimes just ketchup
I like to let my cereal sit and get as soggy as it can get. Kind of like a sugary slush.
Also, my favorite "cereal" to eat soggy is pic related. They're just normal graham crackers crushed up into a bowl with milk. Tastes fantastic.
microwaved pizza after its already heated is soggy and disgusting.
when i reheat pizza i always cook it on a pan over the stove with a lid to steam the top
weird but it's really good and fresh tasting if you do
I am a weird eater, everything if cooked before hand could be eaten cold. In my opinion, like cold clamps chowder is more of a dip for me, or cold meatballs.
I also enjoy instant potatoes, but I cook and make the gravy first to add them in, that way no water and it's already mashed tatoes and gravy
>Plain white bread
>Slice (or two) of processed cheese
>Another slice of bread on top
>Microwave 25-30 seconds
I could eat that shit forever. The bread gets soggy, the cheese tastes metallic and it has next to no nutritional content but by god I love it.
Microwave leftover pizza if I'm feeling lazy. I've found that most is fine, it's just the crust gets really strange.
No it isn't. It's brown stock-flavoured potatoes. Part of the joy of eating mashed potatoes with gravy is the contrast between the thick creaminess of the gravy and the fluffiness of the potatoes.
>Toasting the bagel after putting on cream cheese. Set it to a higher setting so the cream cheese has burns on top.
how is this wrong? This is how my jewish grandmother would make her bagels, how can a jew get bagels wrong?
I don't like sausage unless it's been burned to a crisp. I don't mean browned with some black spots, I mean looks like a charcoal briquette.
I do the same thing with Nutter Butter cookies and Oreos.
I also used to eat peanut butter and chocolate on my pizza when I was visiting my friend to freak his dad out.
>I love over reheating spaghetti, long enough to the point where it gets dry and crusty and clumps together
that reminds me, there was a small food fad a while ago where people were saying "reheating your pasta makes it have less calories!" and acting like it was some great innovation. it's fine if you enjoy the taste of it, but it just means it's harder to digest.
Complete opposite of soggy-cereal Anons here.
I detest cereal once it becomes wet/moist. Almost any cereal I eat is completely dry.
Cereal is meant to be crunchy. I usually only just barely dribble a sprinkle of milk onto my Bran Flakes in the morning for flavour alone (it disappears almost entirely once I stir that shit) and then go to town. Crunchy Bran Flakes are the fucking best.
Once cereal gets sloppy and mushy I find it really gross.
Microwaved sandwiches are great, it makes the bread like steamed bread.
>butter or mayo on bottom bread slice
>top bread slice
>flip that thing so the bottom doesn't stick
Now the lubricated ham / bread layer that's on top can be easily separated for adding stuff like pickles or salad.
I did that last night when I was making some cookies. Creamed together the butter, sugar and vanilla extract and couldn't help but taste a spoonful of it. I still ended up restraining myself and making the cookies though.
While I prefer crispy cereal with cold milk, I absolutely love what you made. Me and my dad sometimes mix hot milk with crushed up digestive cookies and add a pinch of cinnamon. Best fucking bowl.
Idk if it really counts, but I enjoy my mashed potatoes with chunks.
And my stuffing wet mushy.
And eat just about everything right from the fridge.
I cook frozen fries in the microwave because I like how they get rubbery and stuck together.
Speaking of rubbery, I like frying my chicken up so it gets rubbery.
I like my breaded hot wings soggy.
So yeah, I just enjoy trashy food.
When I'm in private, I eat any type of pasta (especially spaghetti) with my hands. Salad too. Also if I'm alone I'll sometimes chop up whatever food (even did it with filet minion one time) and eat it on with tortilla chips.
I can definitely support both reheating spaghetti until some of it becomes crunchy, and eating cold pizza.
I also like to grill sausages until they burst or make several slashes across them before cooking so parts of the inside gets crispy and the fat flares up on the grill and coats everything in delicious carcinogenic flavour.
I love extremely overcooked, mushy greens. Especially brussel sprouts, steam that shit till it's mashable, but still barely holds together.
I also used to eat peanut butter, cheese and pickle sandwiches when I was a kid, still like them.
I like putting anchovies, jalapenos AND pineapple on the same pizza.
I love the salty, savory taste of the anchovies and how they play off the sweetness of the pineapple. And then the jalapenos kick it up just enough to send me into flavor town.
Sometimes I like to smash a sandwich as flat as possible, then cut it in half and layer it up, repeating until I've got a single super dense cubewich. I pretend it's a futuristic food block. Only really works with cheap white bread and thin fillers obviously.
jeebus chriiistt!! even the most frozen-through coldest cold dense as concrete freezer burritos don't take that long in my microwave. the only thing i can think of that takes longer than 5 min to cook in the microwave was this one crappy frozen pot pie i saw at the store once and i'm pretty sure it had raw chicken in it lol. those noodles must be smoldering by the time they come out
I know it's been stated before but overcooking leftover pizza so it's all browned and crispy is so much nicer than when you eat it fresh for me. Obviously don't go overboard, although it is all down to personal taste.
Works best with basic pepperoni pizza, which is the only dominoes/pizza hut type one I like anymore. Everyone else can have their fancy five thousand topping pizzas if I want a proper one I'll make it myself.