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What were your favorite meals as a child? Mine were fried chicken and spaghetti. Yours?
What were your top three favorite meals that your mom cooked when you were a child? Mine were fried chicken, spaghetti, and veal parmigian .. the last of which I would never eat today. What were yours?
I used to make my own mayo sandwiches. lol I don't know why but I loved them. I also enjoyed mom's homemade pizzas and like you, fried chicken from KFC. Great, thanks, now I'm hungry.
Believe it or not...beef liver! My mother convinced me it was expensive steak and I loved it. Unfortunately, my adult body doesn't process it too well.
round chicken, fat noodles and peas, I believe were my exact words when asked what I wanted as a child. It was a chicken patty with egg noodles, and I loved peas. Since then I don't eat meat, I only eat whole wheat pasta and I don't eat peas because they never taste like mom's did. She also used to make what she called rissols, which were mashed potatoe with tuna and cheese formed into patties and pan fried. I'd usually have those with cabbage as I loved cabbage. And I really enjoyed her tuna noodle casserole. It wasn't anything spectacular, just noodles, tuna and cream of mushroom soup. But I think that was my absolute favorite growing up.
Grilled cheese sandwiches (my mom called them toasted cheese sandwiches) and tacos. My mom used to fry the shells and then put the taco in a little wax sandwich bag for eating so it didn't drip.
Wow, veal parmigiana is kinda unusual for a kid! I loved homemade mac & cheese, chicken kiev and kraut runzas. Chicken kiev is chicken breast wrapped around cheese, breaded and deep fried. What kid wouldn't love that? And kraut runzas are little bread pockets filled with ground beef, cabbage and onions. My mother's side of the family is German.
I loved fried chicken, macaroni and cheese and my mom's turkey stuffing and I still adore them all!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I loved my grandma's meatloaf and mashed potatoes and my grandpa's grilled cheese. I still do. But now, I make it for them.
Roast dinner which I still really love and my mums meat and potato pie
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What was your favorite childhood dinner?Nothing is better than home cooked food : )
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