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The other day I found myself craving something I haven't had in a really long time...a good ole' fashioned PBJ (Peanut Butter & Jelly). And let me tell was freakin' fantastic!

Now...I know this isn't the healthiest kind of sandwich to eat...but it sure takes me back to my childhood every time I eat one and I have to say...I enjoy a good ole' PBJ just as much I once did when I was a kid.

So Pervia...What favorite food from your childhood do you still enjoy today as an adult?

Me? know about my love for PBJ's...but I also love Captain Crunch cereal, chocolate milk and tater tots...yum...yum.

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May 6 @ 8:12PM  
Probably Irish stew made with venison. My grandmother used to make it and I still love it. And I love frybread with honey on it. Had to cut that out of my diet except for special occasions now as that is not waistline friendly.

May 6 @ 8:13PM  
My Grandmothers Cabbage Rolls!

May 6 @ 8:20PM  
My mom's baked macaroni and cheese.

May 6 @ 8:24PM  
My Mom used to make this spanish rice and I absolutely loved it!!! I actually talked her into making it again a few months back, it was the first time she'd cooked it in probably 25 years!!! Well, after it was all said and done, she asked if I really did like it cause she never really did but made it for us cause it was a cheap meal and we didn't have a whole lot of money but I loved it! So I felt relieved that she had said that cause it really wasn't all that I remembered it being..... but it was nice to have it again... it did bring back some memories!!

May 6 @ 8:39PM  
My mom was a working single mother, (before the term was coined) we ate alot of bologna

May 6 @ 8:57PM  
I loved, and still do, steak. I particularly liked to eat the fat, not so much now if it was cripsy. I loved anything chocolate, especially ice cream. I still do. Chocolate ice cream with chocolate syrup or, better still, hot fudge is divine!!

When I was ill and home from school, when my mom went to get my prescriptions filled, I would go into the kitchen. I would eat Nestles Quick with a spoon and drink chocolate syrup from the can. I never got caught either!

May 6 @ 9:03PM  
Gramma's porcupine meatballs. No they weren't made of porcupine.. they had rice in them.. they were my fave.. I had em every year for my birthday dinner.. now my birthday is coming up and I'm craving. Someone gonna make em for me?

May 6 @ 9:04PM  
I gotta say it's candy and Pepsi still today

May 6 @ 9:20PM  
RJ: I've never had fry bread with honey...or even fry bread by itself. I guess I need to try some.

Sunshine & Sugar: OMG...I LOVE cabbage rolls and Mac & Cheese.

Pink: I remember spanish rice. I haven't had any in a really long time.

Comet: I remember bologna well. I used to eat it all the time.

WoW: He..he...he...I can totally relate. I used to eat peanut butter...from the jar...with a spoon...and it was awesome.

Skwirl: I've never had porcupine meatballs..but they do sound yummy.

Straddle: I LOVE Pepsi too...but it is so evil. If I drink too causes me to gain weight.

May 6 @ 9:25PM  
porcupine meatballs

I use to make them all the time. I love them. And cabbage rolls..No one else does in my house so I never make them..

May 6 @ 9:35PM  
Greenie for you.

WoW: He..he...he...I can totally relate. I used to eat peanut butter...from the jar...with a spoon...and it was awesome.

Oh I hit that too along with the strawberry jam...who needs bread? Brown sugar was also a preferred target with a pancake syrup chaser!

May 7 @ 1:02AM  
There were two things my mom use to make that I just loved.......even today we still eat it but to be honest its not as good as mom use to make is pie crust mom being the person she was could never throw away anything that was usable including extra pie crust so she would roll it out butter it sprinkle sugar and cinnamon on it, cut it up in squares and baked it.............i think we enjoyed that as much as or even more than the pies.

The second thing was dough gods..........where she would take bread dough and stretch it out and fry it in a couple inches of oil.........on those we put butter sugar and cinnamon.........or some people put butter and jelly on it..........these are not to be confused with fry bread............which I also love but the dough is made differently............

May 7 @ 3:37AM  
Peanut butter on a sliced apple...after school snack...and my Mom's pistachio ice cream rolled up inside a deep dark chocalate cake with fudge icing...

May 7 @ 8:19AM  
Every Christmas...My Mom would cook and cook...gosh we always had a lot of left overs...even with 6 children!!! But her pineapple up-side down cake...was Awesome!! It didn't last one day!!!! No one else can even come close to making one like that!!
Also....I can remember going to visit an Aunt and Uncle ..that Lived up in the Mountains...(we always visited on Sundays!) If we got there after 2 pm..she always had chicken Frying! OMG....I Can almost smell it frying Not!!! That was the Best Chicken I have ever Ate! about all I have left!!! Oh well..thank God for them!

May 7 @ 9:09AM  
Lets see that would have to be my dads biscuits and gravy homemade... Yummy
His liver and onoins.... And his pepper steak...
Hillbilly cooking is the best... I can cook like him but once and awhile I will call him up and tell him I need his

May 7 @ 12:46PM  
I also remember very fondly, baking day. Mom and I would set the bread dough.. enough for 12 loaves of bread (a week). We'd punch it and knead it and all those wonderful things which still relaxes the stress right out of me.. and then we'd form the loaves and let them rise.. the first loaf out of the oven was named Sacrifice. it never even got cool.. we'd rip it open, butter and honey it and just eat big hunks of it by the handful.. it was the best thing ever. Give us this day, our daily bread took on a whole new meaning.

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