Quiz: How debatable are your views on food?

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Bog-standard first question: Does Pineapple belong on Pizza?

  • Of course!
  • Absolutely not.

What goes in first - the milk or the cereal?

  • Cereal then milk, the only way
  • Milk then cereal, the best way.
  • The bowl comes first, obviously.

Marmite?

  • Love it!
  • Hate it!
  • Never had it
  • Marmite but Pa might not...

Where do you keep ketchup?

  • In the kitchen cupboard
  • The fridge
  • On the table, probably...

Do you use a fork or spoon for mac and cheese?

  • Team Fork
  • Team Spoon
  • Neither, I use my hands.

Is a hot dog a sandwich?

  • No
  • Yes
  • Maybe?
  • A hot dog is essentially a burger.

True or false: The end crust > middle pieces on a loaf of bread

  • Absolutely FALSE
  • It's the best part!
  • FYI it's called "the heel"

Final Question: Pepsi or Coke?

  • Pepsi
  • Coke
  • They are LITERALLY the same thing

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Comments (73)

  • You're an outcast

      4 months ago
  • Absolute food conformist

      4 months ago
  • Absolute food conformist

      4 months ago
  • QUIZ: How debatable are your views on food? @tribe

      3 months ago
  • I'd like to think that wit and wisdom is still the norm.

    Mr. Cursed Beans writings give me much hope that this is still so.

    New normal, old normal, or who knows what ?

    I was looking at kitchen equipment shopping choices .

    There are custom kitchens that cost 1000s or 10s of 1000s of dollars, which basically inflates the cost of eating.

    Or, you could buy what I bought yesterday, a $39 banquet sized electric frypan, from Target.

    But I was thinking, in the unlikely event of a power outage, I would build my version of a neat little tin can chip cooker that I remembered seeing a camping store or maybe it were in a cowboy movie ?

    It's called a chip cooker, because it only requires a tiny quantity of wood chips to heat a can of beans, for example.

    I thought about taking my version down to the local custom kitchen carpentry shop, to see what they thought about it.

    I guess they would think it was slightly weird .

    But then, I didn't have to take out a 2nd mortgage to pay for it.

    It's made from what I call cat fude tins, or, as advertised, 95 g tuna cans.

    What is weird or not weird, is related to perspectives, and subjectiveness.

    For decades, eating hot beans by a campfire, was considered quite normal for American pioneers.

    Famous comedian William Penn Adair Rogers (November 4, 1879 – August 15, 1935), or just plain old Will Rogers, was quoted as saying that his favourite thing in the world, was to stand on the front porch, cooking a pot of beans.

    Maybe I'll build a tiny front porch, on the front of a tiny cabin, and cook some beans, and smile, and remember some of Wills jokes, as I wait for the pony express rider to arrive

    I'd like to think that wit and wisdom is still the norm.

      3 months ago
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