Question of the day

What was your favorite meal as a kid?

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10 Responses to Question of the day

  1. Laura says:

    Hmmm, hard to say, but I think I’ll go with pizza. Mom used to make her own crust, and we got homemade Italian Sausage from a butcher in a nearby town. She and I would spend a Saturday making a bunch of pizzas (and sneaking bites of cheese), bagging them up and freezing them. And we’d always leave a couple extras out for dinner. I think that’s where I picked up my pizza addiction. And Mom’s is still my favorite pizza.

  2. skl1 says:

    I think it may have been Kraft Mac’n’cheese! I could eat it every day.

    Chicken Paprika was and still is a big favorite, but one we didn’t get often.

  3. Joy says:

    This is going to sound so stupid but I used to LOVE that La Choy chicken chow mein in the can. We didn’t have it often but I sure did like it.

    • skl1 says:

      We used to have that too! Honestly, I wasn’t a huge fan because of the texture of some of the pieces. But I ate it anyway, of course!

      Can you believe my kids have never tasted Chinese from a can? LOL.

  4. Nikki says:

    I’d say probably tacos. The food my mom made was pretty bland, but I knew if we were having tacos it’d be good! They are one of my favorite meals to this day.

  5. Laura says:

    Thanks to this picture and a busy schedule today, I do believe we’re going to have Spaghetti-O’s for dinner tonight!!

  6. Sue says:

    I don’t know if I had a favorite meal as a kid, but I always liked when we had Banquet chicken. Yes, the chicken from the box that had to crunchy coating….probably horrible for you but it was yummy!

  7. Jenny says:

    cabbage rolls, dumplings, tv dinners, sh*t on a shingle (turkey & gravy with potatoes on a piece of bread)

    • skl1 says:

      Ha, we used to have sh*t on a shingle too, but ours didn’t have potatoes. 🙂

      My mom also had this recipe called “gunk” which was potatoes and some sort of meatballs in a tomato-based stew. My dad despised it, if I recall correctly.

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