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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Changes


When my mom would say we were having.....
 Hot dogs

 sauerkraut
 and mashed potatoes for dinner............






 it would bring tears to my eyes.

 




so what would she say if she could see what hubby and I shared for dinner last night?


Well she would say that's not a hot dog its Bratwurst and you have gravy on your mashed potatoes and I can't believe you ate this with a smile!


How about you...are there things you like to eat now that you hated as a kid?


9 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

oh, a feast! straight from my childhood, too...

Nancy said...

Oysters and oyster stew gagged me when I was a child, but now I love them.

I love hotdogs and sauerkraut, too. Always have.

Chatty Crone said...

For the new year my mom would have black eyed peas, corn bread, and cabbage for good luck - I used to fight it - now I wish I had it.
sandie

Linda Chapman said...

I love sweet potatoes NOW....and cottage cheese.....and cabbage. However I have NEVER liked hominey! I doubt I ever WILL!!

Michelle said...

I love corned beef now, but REALLY hated it as a kid!

Flora said...

Wow... I totally remember...mom cooking that SAME MEAL... I never like sauerkraut... but now I LOVE IT!!! and I make the meal with Bratwurst now...but would like it with hot dogs too... I love sauerkraut on HOt Dogs!!

Nezzy said...

Absolutely, I wouldn't eat anything with strawberries in 'em 'cause strawberries had rock's (seeds) in 'em. Today...I can't get enough.

Fish...I wouldn't touch it with a ten food pole. I rustled up a fish dinner last night. I could go on but I won't bore ya'll.

God bless ya and have yourself a fantastic weekend!!! :o)

Granny Annie said...

My mother made the most delicious ribs and sauerkraut but she would feed the kids hotdogs and sauerkraut. The first meal Ron cooked for me was ribs and sauerkraut and that, along with so many other things, endeared him to me. His are as good as mom's.

Wool Winder said...

I didn't like brussel sprouts, but now I do.