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    More Cheesier Than Ever Cheesehead's Avatar
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    Favorite Unhealthy Food?
    Mine are
    - Butter (by itself in a small thin pat)
    - Steak Fat & Pork Chop Fat With A1 On It (Love It!)
    - Assorted Chocolates - the Better Brand Valentines Type
    - Mexican Food - the real thing made in a good restaurant
    - McDonalds Fries With Plenty Of Salt and Pop To Wash Them Down

    Good thing I exercise regularly. Otherwise I think I would be dead.
    And, other than my daily butter, I don't eat all this stuff all that often.
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    Carrot Cake with cream cheese frosting!
    Also Vosages Chocolates - The exotic ones!

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    Stuffed crust (with cheese stuffing) pizza. Also praline pecan caramel ice cream.
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    Cheeseburgers & Fries- The greasier the better.

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    All of it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexanne
    All of it
    LOL.

    But I'll call a toss-up of chocolate ice cream (the more chocolate the better) and M&Ms. I believe M&M's to be God's candy - 'cause when I'm waiting at the pearly gates I just know there will be a dish of M&Ms on a side table - for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beachy
    LOL.

    But I'll call a toss-up of chocolate ice cream (the more chocolate the better) and M&Ms. I believe M&M's to be God's candy - 'cause when I'm waiting at the pearly gates I just know there will be a dish of M&Ms on a side table - for me.
    Good call on the M&Ms, Beachy. Definitely M&Ms in heaven. The dark chocolate ones. Maybe even peanuts.
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    I think my favorite would have to be steak fries smothered in cheese and bacon bits. I got hooked on the ones at Texas Roadhouse, so much that I found the copy-cat recipe online for the ranch dressing and have been making my own version at home.

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    sweet and sour pork, fried chicken, pizza.

    Cheesehead - There IS healthy Mexican food too. We don't only eat tacos :-)

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    There is actually very little food that is unhealthy in and of itself - and by that I mean, take something like French Fries: not unhealthy in and of itself, but get them at McDonalds and things change Quantity and frequency also play a big part of the health equation, of course.

    It's like Emeril says - fried food isn't bad for you unless it's fried badly.

    I guess what I'm saying is that just because you can't eat something at each meal or more frequently than once a week doesn't necessarily make it unhealthy. Make your own food and you've won 9/10ths of the battle.

    Okay, okay... but to the question, in the spirit of the question... Easy Cheese, Black Raspberry ice cream, and tortilla chips - not all at once. And Jones Soda. I lourves me some Jones Soda, boy howdy - but at 200 calories a bottle, it's something I don't drink too frequently
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    More Cheesier Than Ever Cheesehead's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by lostdeviant
    sweet and sour pork, fried chicken, pizza.

    Cheesehead - There IS healthy Mexican food too. We don't only eat tacos :-)
    Growing up, my best friend was Mexican-American and his family had me over to eat quite often. The food was fairly plain - not too unhealthy, just different. I grew to like it however. Especially the hot peppers!

    Where we live now, there is only 1 restaurant in the area that I can say has authentic Mexican - and everything I have ever ordered has been pretty rich. But then again, there were probably some healthier items on the menu that did not catch my eye. I look for words like "cheese", "smothered", "rich", etc as I scan the offerings.
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    Ok, where do I start? Drinks count?.... No, no, you've asked about food...

    So:

    * Ice-cream (the more chocolate - the better... and if it has chunks of chocolate in it too - even better!)
    * Chips
    * Pork Ribs
    * Fried Chicken
    * Dark Chocolate

    I think I'm gaining weight just by typing these....

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    I was going to say Pizza but I believe that's a health food since it has the 4 major food groups in it so it would have to be hamburgers, hot dogs, fries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesehead
    Growing up, my best friend was Mexican-American and his family had me over to eat quite often. The food was fairly plain - not too unhealthy, just different. I grew to like it however. Especially the hot peppers!

    Where we live now, there is only 1 restaurant in the area that I can say has authentic Mexican - and everything I have ever ordered has been pretty rich. But then again, there were probably some healthier items on the menu that did not catch my eye. I look for words like "cheese", "smothered", "rich", etc as I scan the offerings.
    That cheese smothered rich food sounds very nice, but normally Mexican food isn't cheese smothered. Tex-Mex food often is so if your friend's family was from the border states that would make sense. :-)

    Here in Mexico DF, most meals have fried rice, pasta soup or a watery vegetable soup, refried beans, a main dish, and fruit-water (direct translation because it isn't juice). Tortillas are normally served on the side, kept warm by a towel or a special container.

    I won't bother listing main dishes because most people there wouldn't have ever heard of them, but often the sauces use peppers. My favorite peppers for main dishes are Guajillo and Mora. Chipotle is ok. I like to make un-cooked sauces with Serrano peppers. I find Habanero and chile de arbol to be way too hot. Although many restaurants will use them, so you'll order more drinks.

    For breakfast, most people eat eggs or cereal with milk.

    At night many people make Atole which is a drink made with cornstarch.

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    Oh My Gosh....I have been on a diet so here is a list of all the foods I love and have been craving....

    CheeseCake, any kind, strawberry, french vanilla, chocolate.....
    Baklava
    French Fries...salty and soggy
    Chocolate cake
    Chips - all kinds I love crunchy chips...
    Nachos from a real mexican restaurant
    PIZZA - greasy pepperoni pizza
    Onion rings
    croissants
    butter - the real kind with salt, I love butter on everything, steak, bread, muffins, veges....
    Loaded Mashed Potatoes

    Now I am starving......time to go get celery and peanut butter

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    Yes, of course pizza for me too!!

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    pizza, chips and beer...
    Not in that order

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    Just about everything I eat...
    • Dark Chocolate Peanut M&M's.
    • Large Quantities of Good Steak.
    • Good Butter. (Bread to put it on is optional. Just give me a fork or knife.)
    • BBQ Baby Back Ribs.
    • Cheese.
    • Big Macs. (Or Ghetto Big Macs--$1 Double Cheeseburgers with Big Mac Sauce.)
    • All You Can Eat (fill in the blank: Chinese food, pizza, steak, shrimp, ribs, etc.)
    • KFC Extra Crispy Fried Chicken.
    • Italian Cream Cake from Central Market.
    • Aussie Cheese Fries (with bacon, cheese and ranch) at Outback Steakhouse.
    • Penne Rustica at Romano's Macaroni Grill. (I have a knockoff recipe that's even better, and this is so fattening - it has tons of heavy whipping cream and Parmesan cheese.)
    • Parmesan Cheese.
    • Garlic bread at my favorite local italian restaurant. The butter is literally dripping off of it.
    • Fried rice with lots of soy sauce.
    • Steak & Shake Frisco Melts.
    • Lindor Peanut Butter Truffles.
    • Dan's Chocolate Truffles.
    • Mrs. Prindable's Carmel Apples. (Oh my!)
    • Cold Stone Creamery Coffee Lovers Signature Creation (coffee ice cream, roasted almonds, heath bar, and caramel).
    • Ted Drewes (St. Louis) or Andy's (Springfield, MO) Frozen Custard.
    • Cheesecake.
    • Apple Pie.
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    I forgot to mention "Donuts"

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    Not just donuts, but warm krispy kreme donuts.......oh so yummy

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    Buttercream frosting (preferably chocolate) on any kind of baked sugar, fat and salt combination. Cookies, cake, cupcakes, graham crackers, spoon, finger....


    edited to add:

    baked
    or fried

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    I don't know if all of this stuff would be considered unhealthy, but here goes...

    Roundtable Pizza. Their sauce is the best!
    In n' Out Double Double with fries
    McDonald's fries
    Steak (not Applebees... had a bad experience there. *shudder*)
    Chips and Salsa from El Paso Cantina in Torrance, CA (I could live off this stuff)
    Doritos n' Mountain Dew (I did live on this while in college. )
    KFC mashed potatoes and gravy
    chicken fried steak
    baby back ribs
    roasted corn still on the cob dipped in butter and lightly salted
    cheesecake
    funnelcake
    carrotcake with cream cheese frosting (oh hell, just give me a can of cream cheese frosting. LOL)
    angelfood cake
    Rocky Cola Cafe onion straws
    Tony Roma's onion loaf
    Outback bloomin' onion (Can you tell I love onions?)
    Carl's Jr. Western Bacon Cheeseburger
    Mrs. Prindables triple chocolate caramel apple
    Pringles, just about any flavor.
    Oh, and Angel, if you're listening.... Green Apple Jones Soda!

    My grandma had the most wonderful buttercream frosting recipe. My dad used to make some for us and put it on graham crackers when we were little. Yuuuuum.

    I'm sure I could think of a lot more, but I'm hungry now and I'm headed for the fridge. I didn't eat much today cuz I had medical tests done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trust
    I was going to say Pizza but I believe that's a health food since it has the 4 major food groups in it
    I've often thought that pizza is the perfect food. A well rounded meal.

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    One other thing I love, foot long corndogs at the fair or Rock-Fest, smothered in mustard.

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