Question of the day

Are you a picky eater. What do you just hate? Love?

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21 Responses to Question of the day

  1. mssc54 says:

    I’m not at all picky. I just eat what I want to avoid the picking.

    Love me some babyback ribs. Brussel sprouts not so much.

  2. Jenny says:

    I don’t think I’m picky. I’m not a huge fan of beef or pork roasts. I HATE beans.

  3. Joy says:

    I’m not picky at all. I love seafood but I also really like meat. I hate brussels sprouts and butter beans but love most other veggies.

  4. Sue says:

    Thanks to Toby and just getting older in general, I’m not as picky as I use to be! And, this may be hard to believe for those who know me, but I was NOT the pickiest eater in the family! That was reserved for sissy #2.

  5. Laura says:

    I’m generally not picky, although I’m getting moreso as I get older. I’m finally getting to the point where I’m not afraid to say, “no, I don’t like it, and I don’t care how many times you tell me I’m crazy for not liking it.”

    Not liking pork chops does not make a girl popular in Iowa. Just sayin’.

    I’ll eat almost any veggie you put in front of me, except iceberg lettuce, and even that I’ll eat on a burger or tacos.

    I’m not a fan of weird stuff, like tripe, or chicken gizzards, or organ meats. Things whose primary function is to siphon the crap out of your body do not then appeal to me as things to be eaten. Gag.

  6. skl1 says:

    I was not picky as a kid, but I am kind of picky now, about certain things. I LOVE pasta and pretty much any white starch (unfortunately!). I like most “typical American” fruits and veggies (including Brussels sprouts), but I don’t warm up to exotic ones so well. Not a fan of big chunks of meat, especially beef or pork. Chicken is usually OK in most forms. I don’t like much sauce on anything. Used to drink a ton of milk, but now I only put it in my coffee. I’m not a fan of anything that takes a lot of work to eat. By the time I think of all that work, I’ve lost my appetite.

  7. skl1 says:

    Where is my comment?

    • Laura says:

      It was in the spam folder. I hate when that happens.

      • skl1 says:

        Oh yeah, that reminds me – I hate spam! (Since Joy asked.) (Actually I’ve never eaten SPAM that I recall, but I smelled it and that was more than enough.)

        • Laura says:

          I love Spam!! We don’t eat it very much, but occasionally, we’ll have Spam Sandwiches for dinner (maybe twice a year). It kinda tastes like boiled ham (the stuff that comes pressed and formed). I slice it in about 1/2″ slices and fry it up, then treat it like a burger – cheese, mayo, lettuce, tomato, bun. Sometimes, we’ll do “Spam n’ Eggs”, and put an egg on the sandwich (then eliminate the lettuce and tomato)

          • skl1 says:

            Hey, this is great. For my diet. Every time I get a craving, I can just come here and read about Spam recipes and I’ll be good for the next several hours. Blah!

        • Joy says:

          I don’t mind SPAM either. I sometimes cut it up and put it in my scalloped, fried or au gratin potatoes. It gives any potato a really good flavor.

  8. I’m an extremely picky eater – I’ve been told it’s a kind of eating disorder, which makes sense…

  9. Nikki says:

    I’m not picky at all. I think it’s because I had to eat what was on my plate when I was younger. I learned to like most things.

    I love food in general! A few things I just do not like are, cauliflower, bell peppers, venison.

    My son isn’t picky either. From the beginning, I had him eating all kinds of stuff. He likes peas, broccoli…he likes most things! He’s not big on potatoes unless they are mashed, twice baked or fires. He will eat what I put in front of him though. Jason and I love cheesy potatoes, Bailey not so much, but he will eat them and not complain.

    Jason is a whole lot better now about eating what I make. I used to just make what he liked, but I got tired of the same meals all the time. So, I started making things and not worrying about whether Jason would eat it…and guess what??? He eats everything I make now. He even eats cooked onions, and zucchini!

    • Joy says:

      You did notice the look in the pic didn’t you? Saur Kraut and squash!!!! LOL!!! Like you I got tired of it. He could always make himself something else but I never did. There were also mashed potatoes he could eat and corn.

  10. Nikki says:

    BTW~ love the picture!

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