White Trash Party Food Ideas

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  1. zkovach

    zkovach Active Member

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    that is the funniest thing i have ever seen!!!!!!!!!!!!
  2. Crpdeth

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    Hey, Man...

    One quick, simple and easy thing that I do, which is a hit...

    Put a block of cream cheese on a plate, cover with picante, or home brew salsa and devour with Wheat Thins.

    Oh, another thing... Make up some tuna salad and spice that stuff up with cayenne, etc but also chop up a bunch of fresh jalapeno, and serve with Ritz crackers. That spicy, crunchy taste/texture combination... There wont be anything left.


    ALPO... That's just nasty looking! Might make a neat chili cheese dog container if filled with chili??? :p

    Crpdeth
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    Oh wow... You said that already.

    Great minds, again! Ha!!! :D:D


    Crpdeth
  4. Esteban

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    Pickled== boiled eggs, hot weenies , & pigs feet. Hot Pork Rinds dipped in , Slim Jims diced & mixed in 1000's Island dressing. Yep, those fried Mullet Gizzards with Texas Pete . Swamp Cabbage, Poke Salad, cornpone, mush, pinto beans w/onions, canned fish steaks or ardines with hot sauce , pork or beef tripe, chitlins , roasted or grilled chicken feet,, BBQ Armadillo. [ I have eaten the Armadillo ]
    I need to find some Pepto !
  5. carver

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    All this here stuff y'all are talking about ain't white trash food! White trash don't have no money to buy all the fixings y'all are talking about. White trash eat only what comes in cans, or boxes. They don't even have a stove that works most of the time.
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    Kool-Aid. With plastic flowers floating in it.

    Dill pickles wrapped in cream cheese slathered bread, sliced thin.

    Head cheese.
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  7. 300 H&H

    300 H&H Active Member

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    Head cheeze,

    Now that is some thing I had along time ago. My dad gave some to me with breakfast, and didn't tell me what it was until I asked.....yuck. Memorable, just not a good one.

    Regards, Kirk
  8. Alpo

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    My Daddy grew up in south Georgia, during the depression. Worked on his cousin's farm during the summers. So he ate all kinds of weird nasty stuff. Rutabagas. Stewed okra, tomatoes and white bread. Not a slice of bread on the side - chunks of bread in the pot with the okra and tomatoes. Just plain slimy nasty stuff. But he told me, once. "Boy, don't you eat head cheese. That stuff will kill you."
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    With all these food groups, this will be quite the shindig.
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    One of my relatives gifted my dad with a big chunk of head cheese a few years ago, he threw it in the ditch on his way home.
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    Smart man. Don't insult the kinfolk, but for dang sure don't eat it.
  12. navis128

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    Hey now...that's good, ever had it? My neighbor made that for me once. She was about 100 when she died, but damn that lady could cook. She called herself a "Salt and Pepper Cook"
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