Jump to content

  •  

Photo

Straight out of the can/bottle


  • Please log in to reply
113 replies to this topic

#1 WarrantMan

WarrantMan

    Smokin' Hot

  • Extreme
  • 1,327 posts
  • aka:Reggie or "The Warrant Man"
  • Location:North Charleston, S.C.

Posted 05 November 2018 - 10:26 PM

I know in starting this thread there are some here who could easily be deemed world class cooks/chefs. I have and do follow many with the utmost respect and admiration. I do cook often and share here on occasion. But sometimes, I admittedly eat stuff "straight out of the can, or bottle" as it were.. Can't help it. I confess. I like some stuff "as is" ready to go. Tonight with cold beer, here is my dinner (long day, no time to cook.) I'm a sucker for "spaghetti-o's" cold right out of the can too...

 

Am I an oddball or does anyone else like stuff "straight out of the can?"

 

 

pickled1.jpg

 

pickled2.jpgscreen capture open source

 

pickled3.jpg

 

pickled4.jpg

 

pickled5.jpg

 


"You Have The Right To Remain Fiery"


#1A Guest

Guest

  • Guest
  • Pip
  • 1 post

#2 Grass Snake

Grass Snake

    Smokin' Hot

  • Extreme
  • 4,400 posts
  • Location:Dallas Tx

Posted 05 November 2018 - 10:41 PM

Vienna sausage with a dash of Louisiana

Potted meat with crackers

Frito-lay Bean dip with Doritos preferably

 

Those are some of my favorites I'm ashamed to admit haha

 

 


Personally, I'll eat a pig's ass if they cook it right.   -CB4-


#3 karoo

karoo

    Smokin' Hot

  • Extreme
  • 1,572 posts
  • Location:South Africa

Posted 06 November 2018 - 03:23 AM

That picture in your post with a glass of red wine , dinner , thank you !

 

Nothing wrong with that.


" I wish I was as young as the first time I said, " I'm getting to old for this sh!t." "


#4 Ashen

Ashen

    Smokin' Hot

  • Extreme
  • 2,126 posts
  • Location:Canada

Posted 06 November 2018 - 04:26 AM

Occasionally will open tuna and eat from the can with dashes of Soy, hot sauce and maybe toasted sesame oil .
A wise man never  argues with a skunk, a mule, or a cook.

 


#5 Sizzle Lips

Sizzle Lips

    Hot

  • Extreme
  • 836 posts
  • Location:Mississauga,ON,Canada (Zone 6A)

Posted 06 November 2018 - 11:45 AM

BEER!!!!! Straight out of the can........sorry could not resist. :party:


There is more stupidity than hydrogen in the universe,and it has a longer shelf life.

 

Frank Zappa


#6 The Hot Pepper

The Hot Pepper

    On Fire!

  • Administrators
  • 46,684 posts
  • aka:Pookie
  • Location:BKLYN USA
  • (x3)

Posted 06 November 2018 - 12:02 PM

You savage!



#7 Guatemalan Insanity Pepper

Guatemalan Insanity Pepper

    On Fire!

  • Extreme
  • 8,131 posts
  • aka:G.I.P.
  • Location:US(Zone4)
  • (x5)

Posted 06 November 2018 - 12:31 PM

UU4jPna.jpg

Beans


:onfire:  

 


#8 Alchymystic

Alchymystic

    Smokin' Hot

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 1,137 posts
  • Location:Upper South Carolina

Posted 06 November 2018 - 12:31 PM

Pork and Beans are always something I’ll love eating straight out of the can! Baked beans are great too as well as refried…any beans really! Growing up with just my dad for many years, grilled cheese and Pork and Beans was a staple meal and sometimes you’d be just too tired or wanted something quick and beans straight out of the can cold was always available, tasty, and filling.

 

I also remember eating and much enjoying canned:

 

Chilli

Chef Boyardee (Spaghetti and meatballs were my favorites for the mouthfeel/texture of it cold. Ravioli and Beefaroni were good too)

Beef stew or other more thick ‘hearty’ soups (potato, etc.) and stews I found quite satisfying

 

Fruit:

Bartlett pears as is in natural juice or drain and cover with shredded cheddar cheese – ‘pear’s & cheese’. It’s so good! (Especially ate this as a kid! The spoonfulls of cheese at the bottom that have absorbed some of the leftover pear liquid was like ambrosia to any kid who was a cheese fiend!)

Chunk pineapple (natural juice)

Fruit cocktail

Mandarine oranges!!!!

 

Whole or stewed tomatoes

Potatoes – mostly a texture thing – just fun to eat!

Corn (plain loose corn, baby corn or creamed)

Spinach, collard, or mixed greens

Olives

Sauerkraut

 

Vienna sausage, deviled ham, ‘potted’ meats (Ate so much of this, especially the Vienna sausages, as a kid for school lunches)

ANY seafood product (sardines, mackerel, anchovies, salmon, tuna, smoked clams/oysters, etc.)

 

Any kind of Indian dish that comes in a can or jar (or those silver bags they come in whatever they’re called) like Saag or Palak Paneer, Dal Makhani, Chana Masala, etc. These are always better warm, but they are still delicious straight out of the container.

 

And then there are those things that aren’t in a can or really eating as in a meal or small snack but more so on a whim or craving like the occasional spoonfuls of jelly/jam/marmalade, cream cheese, whipped cream, peanut or other nut butter (everyone’s done or still does this, right?) etc.

 

Pork and Beans though is the one that first came to mind and which I still eat and I'll probably always do so.



#9 The Hot Pepper

The Hot Pepper

    On Fire!

  • Administrators
  • 46,684 posts
  • aka:Pookie
  • Location:BKLYN USA
  • (x3)

Posted 06 November 2018 - 12:34 PM

No one said pickles??? :shocked:



#10 Guatemalan Insanity Pepper

Guatemalan Insanity Pepper

    On Fire!

  • Extreme
  • 8,131 posts
  • aka:G.I.P.
  • Location:US(Zone4)
  • (x5)

Posted 06 November 2018 - 12:41 PM

PntiWDX.jpg  ;)


Edited by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper, 06 November 2018 - 12:42 PM.

:onfire:  

 


#11 Guatemalan Insanity Pepper

Guatemalan Insanity Pepper

    On Fire!

  • Extreme
  • 8,131 posts
  • aka:G.I.P.
  • Location:US(Zone4)
  • (x5)

Posted 06 November 2018 - 12:43 PM

No one said pickles??? :shocked:

i could totally eat way to many pickles in one serving  :drooling:


:onfire:  

 


#12 The Hot Pepper

The Hot Pepper

    On Fire!

  • Administrators
  • 46,684 posts
  • aka:Pookie
  • Location:BKLYN USA
  • (x3)

Posted 06 November 2018 - 12:50 PM

WarrantMan says straight out of the jar

 

But then shows eating it all mixed on a plate

 

I call foul! :lol: That's a salad!!!



#13 Guatemalan Insanity Pepper

Guatemalan Insanity Pepper

    On Fire!

  • Extreme
  • 8,131 posts
  • aka:G.I.P.
  • Location:US(Zone4)
  • (x5)

Posted 06 November 2018 - 01:01 PM

WarrantMan says straight out of the jar

 

But then shows eating it all mixed on a plate

 

I call foul! :lol: That's a salad!!!

"pickled; caper berry, button fungus, and capsicum,giardiniera accented with salted baby fish filet' in oil"...

 yep that's a salad  ;)


Edited by Guatemalan Insanity Pepper, 06 November 2018 - 01:04 PM.

:onfire:  

 


#14 Ashen

Ashen

    Smokin' Hot

  • Extreme
  • 2,126 posts
  • Location:Canada

Posted 06 November 2018 - 01:28 PM

"pickled; caper berry, button fungus, and capsicum,giardiniera accented with salted baby fish filet' in oil"...
 yep that's a Gourmet salad  ;)

Fify

https://youtu.be/b994hRcizU4

Edited by Ashen, 06 November 2018 - 01:29 PM.

A wise man never  argues with a skunk, a mule, or a cook.

 


#15 saiias

saiias

    Heating Up

  • Members
  • PipPip
  • 286 posts
  • Location:Davidson, NC

Posted 06 November 2018 - 01:53 PM

Only thing I can /will  eat straight out of can/bottle is my IKEA Organic Orange and Elderflower Marmalade. Yummy.... :D 



#16 salsalady

salsalady

    On Fire!

  • Extreme Biz
  • 14,147 posts
  • aka:SL, HSL
  • Location:eastern WA, USA... the dry side of the state
  • (x8)

Posted 06 November 2018 - 09:19 PM

Ikea sells marmalade? I am assuming you have to join the fruit with the sugar in the pan you provide, attach the heat source supplied by others, follow the picture directions for inserting mixture D into jars K..... :rolleyes:. :lol:



My go to is saltine crackers, squares of cheese and splashes of hot sauce.

Edited by salsalady, 06 November 2018 - 09:21 PM.

PureEvilProducts
The Chile Addict's prayer-"Lord, grant me the wisdom to know it will be too hot, the courage to eat it anyway, and the serenity to accept the pain that follows. Amen"
PepperPeopleRock! 

#17 The Hot Pepper

The Hot Pepper

    On Fire!

  • Administrators
  • 46,684 posts
  • aka:Pookie
  • Location:BKLYN USA
  • (x3)

Posted 06 November 2018 - 09:32 PM

Ikea sells marmalade?

 

I'm guessing you've never been to Ikea. They have a full-on Swedish food section yes with Swedish fish, lingonberry jams, and a cafe with yes, Swedish meatballs and spaghetti.

 



#18 salsalady

salsalady

    On Fire!

  • Extreme Biz
  • 14,147 posts
  • aka:SL, HSL
  • Location:eastern WA, USA... the dry side of the state
  • (x8)

Posted 06 November 2018 - 09:39 PM

First encounter with Ikea was trying to install light fixtures a customer purchased from Ikea.

We have a shop rate for installing light fixtures. After that encounter with the Ikea fixtures about 15 years ago, our proposals now specify the shop rate for light fixtures and installation of Ikea fixtures are $10 an hour more because of all the schtuff that is not included.

Beyond that, I did walk through Ikea in Seattle about 12 years ago....


Not impressed....

And after working on houses where the homeowner supplies IKEA cabinets, tables, beds, younameit.....

Even more not impressed.

Anyway, this is off topic so...

Back to GRUB!!!!

Edited by salsalady, 06 November 2018 - 09:42 PM.

PureEvilProducts
The Chile Addict's prayer-"Lord, grant me the wisdom to know it will be too hot, the courage to eat it anyway, and the serenity to accept the pain that follows. Amen"
PepperPeopleRock! 

#19 WarrantMan

WarrantMan

    Smokin' Hot

  • Extreme
  • 1,327 posts
  • aka:Reggie or "The Warrant Man"
  • Location:North Charleston, S.C.

Posted 06 November 2018 - 09:51 PM

"pickled; caper berry, button fungus, and capsicum,giardiniera accented with salted baby fish filet' in oil"...

 yep that's a salad  ;)

 

Wow! You added such a "gourmet" spin on it, it almost makes me feel ashamed at the thread title. 

 

I should change it to " Gourmet eats - prize picking pantry delights for awesome meals." Or maybe "Tasty delights on limited time."   :cheers:


"You Have The Right To Remain Fiery"


#20 The Hot Pepper

The Hot Pepper

    On Fire!

  • Administrators
  • 46,684 posts
  • aka:Pookie
  • Location:BKLYN USA
  • (x3)

Posted 06 November 2018 - 09:53 PM

You could always change your name to Waldorf Man! :rofl:

 

waldorf_salad.jpg

 

 

 

 






0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests