Cookies and Cream cupcakes.
Inside out chocolate cake - it was my birthday cake every year growing up.
Salted caramel whoopie pies. Gone in 5 minutes at the last family picnic.
Probably ribeye, since I'm so very hit or miss on steaks.
Red, to go with the rest of my red utensils.
I would probably be disowned if I came to a family gathering without chocolate chip cookies.
Steak. Really large steaks.
Chocolate chip cookies - cookie sandwich!
I would love for them to bring Vermonty Python back. That was one of their best flavors - coffee ice cream with Oreo cookie and fudge cows. Yum.
I covet that ice cream and waffle combo to a degree beyond words.
Absolutely, raw eggs be damned. Even my biologist husband is willing to risk it for cake batter or uncooked dough, when I'm of a mood to share. The trick is to work from the side to the tip, gradually moving up extra batter as you go.
Stouffer's french bread pizza, though I suppose that's more of a pizza-like object than actual pizza.
Any coconut based pie.
If I could only have one snack cake for the rest of forever, it would be the Peanut Butter Kandy Kakes. They are everything good about snack cakes. They had a special edition brownie base one for a while last year or the year before that I keep hoping to see return.
No. They're almost never cooked properly and everything explodes all over when you try to eat them. I'm all for a 4 napkin burger, but I'd rather it be from drippage than explodage.
We go to Bobby's Burger Palace generally once a month or so, depending on what the burger of the month is. I've never been disappointed by a burger I've gotten; they're always cooked properly and have a nice balance between beef and topping tastes. Fries are good, but I found the onion rings way too greasy.
Peanut butter Kandy Kakes. They had a special version for a while with brownie instead of yellow cake that may have been the most perfect snack food ever.
German chocolate cake. All of the coconut and other stuff gets in the way of perfectly decent chocolate cake.
Hell no, but it comes more from hating eggs in general than the specific idea of eggs on pizza. Basically, in my world, eggs belong on nothing.
I must be the rare individual who was absolutely put off by the White Castle burgers. They didn't taste right at all, which was very sad for me, as there are no White Castles near where I am living.
We tried the apple bourbon one after one week where the husband did the grocery shopping. I was thoroughly unimpressed. It was watery and kind of bland.
Deep frying. It makes such a mess and disposing of the oil afterwards is a tremendous pain in the ass.
Sometimes. A really large-diameter burger would require cutting, though a very tall burger with lots of toppings stays intact for stability reasons. There's very little point in cutting up a fast food burger.
Meat, potatoes, and maybe a vegetable for balance.
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