1.08.2010

Fish sticks and spaghetti was Susan's most hated childhood dinner. She still doesn't eat spaghetti.
Why?
Because of her mother!

Susan's curious about your most hated childhood meal, won't you tell her all about it?
She even changed the settings on her comment moderation so now everybody can comment without having to jump through hoops.

Comment away, darlings.

16 comments:

beechie44 said...

Chicken Livers sauted in Cream of Mushroom soup served over burnt rice w/ Avacado & Grapefruit Salad...............this was very confusing to seven little children!

Dawn in Austin said...

My mom would make liver and onions for her and my sister. Because I didn't like that, she would make me a hamburger, which I'm pretty sure she fried on the same skillet as the liver, so yeah, it tasted like liver. Thanks, Mom

wimbittworld said...

I always hated boiled squash. My folks would make it and put a big gloppy, mushy spoonful on my plate. And I was obligated to eat every bite. *shudder* Even now, I can't eat squash if it is cooked.

linlah said...

Pork roast the smell is nauseating and just typing the words make me gag a little.

Cupcake Murphy said...

Something called Can-Can Casserole that we used to call Can't-Can't Casserole. I think it was made with donkey hooves.

TWISTED SUSAN said...

So far Beechie wins.

Patti said...

Salmon patties. Made with canned salmon, celery and onion, and an egg. Mushed together, formed into burger shapes, and fried. If I could get myself to bite into one, there was a surprising crunch amidst the burst of fishiness. I never knew if the crunch would be mild celery or burning onion-y . Thank god for a beagle named Barney who loved salmon patties and waited patiently under the dining room table. Everything else my dad made was delicious.

BOSSY said...

Bossy had no hated meal. Bossy is one of those types who love everything, always has.

BOSSY said...

OK, how's this: Sandwiches. Bossy always hated being served sandwiches for dinner, which was hellza rare, because she liked many homemade HOT complicated courses prepared by her mom, an excellent cook. This is making Bossy seem spoiled all the sudden, isn't it?

Meg at the Members Lounge said...

Hands down, in my family it's tuna noodle casserole.

On my husband's side of the family, they make a gourmet dish out of jarred red sauce, spaghetti and Velveeta, baked til dry, please.

Meg usually has granola bars and string cheese hidden in her luggage for such occasions.

Diane said...

Liver, onions and stewed tomatoes. This was my dad's all-time favorite. So we ate it once a week, even though the rest of us, including my mom, hated it. The only salvation was the mashed potatoes. As long as they weren't too close to the mushy tomatoes.

Deidre said...

Anything with mozzarella cheese: Pizza, zucchini parmesan, lasagne, manicoti (or however it's spelled)

As it turned out, I had a gluten allergy and most of these food made me really sick and mozzarella didn't settle too well either.

as such, nearly all breakfast food was hated too: toast, cereal, etc etc

Little Sister said...

My least favorite meal was mom's Hot Tuna Casserole re-served cold to me later that night due to my gag reflex not allowing me to swallow it at dinner time.

Ah, the memories.

Melissa said...

YAY! I don't have to log in to comment. Now that is a true Christmas miracle.

Now to answer your question. LIVER.AND.ONIONS. Yes my Mother actually made that and expected us to eat it. Ummmmmm not in a million years.

TWISTED SUSAN said...

I make liver & onions for myself every once in a while.

Am I doing okay? said...

My step mom insisted on eggs (usually fried) every freaking morning. And fried, soft with a runny yolk. The yolk and I still keep our distance to this day.