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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Celemo, Jan 1, 2018.
What’s it like to be 100% completely wrong on an opinion?
Feels really good since I don't have to eat any nasty ass cinnamon rolls
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Before I moved to nebraska I too was skeptical about why the hell people would eat cinnamon rolls with chili. Then the #HUSKS told me to try it so I did. 10/10 would try again.
The plot of a children of the corn reboot will involve the true horror of chili atop cinnamon rolls
You don’t necessarily eat it atop the rolls. You eat them concurrently. Like a sweet and spicy/salty combo.
Bread served with chili typically becomes employed in sopping up the chili at some point. Does the cinnamon roll serve a similar function?
I see that has already been addressed so never mind.
Tl;dr for some reason schools started serving the combo at school lunch in the 50s or early 60s.
Depends on the person eating the meal really. Some go back and forth and some will dip.
“In the states of Indiana and Ohio, a peanut butter sandwich is also an acceptable and normal side with a bowl of chili”
I mean I love both but this is just so bizarre
What a fascinating country
This is a good rabbit hole to go down
Cornbread is the only acceptable bread to eat concurrenly with chili.
traditional dinner roll type is acceptable imho iyam
I typically don’t eat any bread/starch with my chili because I eat proper chili aka with beans, but I’ll never turn down a good slab of cornbread
I’m pretty neutral on chili. I like it but never crave it or when deciding what to eat say “I’m in the mood for chili”
But the best carb for chili is oyster crackers
I have a feeling that’s blasphemous or something.
How many of you have ever been to a chili feed?
Or went to an auction or other outdoor fall event where a grandma is selling chili out of a giant roaster for like .50 a bowl?
I'm basically this. Once or twice in the fall for a football Saturday I crave it when the weather's right. I end up making one big batch and eating enough of it as leftovers to be good for the next year.
That’s made up. I have never heard of that, let alone anyone who thinks it’s normal.
I understand the cinnamon roll. All of the Cincinnati-style chilis (Skyline, Gold Star, Empress) use cinnamon and it’s awesome.
I mean I’ve certainly heard of cinnamon being put in chili but an actual cinnamon roll on the side is completely foreign to me
Pro athletes don’t wear as much sports apparel during a game as Red Sox fans do when they’re traveling.
I like the latter better than the former after trying both. Cinnamon in chili is too overpowering to me. But I'm an eat concurrently and not mix them type of dude except for the very end of the bowl.
One positive and one negative of getting older (though there are many more for both sides):
- Positive- I have enjoyed getting older and realizing most everyone's family is just as fucked up as mine. As a kid you are scared to talk about it because you think you are the outlier and your family is fucked up. But as an adult, you realize you aren't the only one and there is comfort in knowing that.
- Negative- Been working my butt off recently to lose some weight (newly single so have to get my fatass back in shape) and after basically 2 back-to-back long weekends of partying, I am back to being up 5 lbs from where I started. It really sucks how difficult it is to lose weight and how easy it is to toss it back on.
On the latter, let it also serve as a reminder when you find a new partner. I’ve been married for nearly 13 years. At 6’1” I was 205 about 7 years ago, which is the most I’d ever weighed. I was lucky to find an activity(climbing) that not only works as a workout but I enjoy enough to drive me to maintain a certain fitness level.
It only gets harder, like you said, as you get older...so find something besides picking up girls that drives you to maintain fitness.
Oh, and the appropriate starch for chili is a pack of Saltines.
how is this humanly possible?
Biscuits are also good with chili
I laid down facts, everything you guys are adding is just fiction.
I want chili now
chili without beans is just meat sauce, ragu if you will
It is known.
On cinnamon rolls, would orange rolls be acceptable?
I am a HUGE fan of orange rolls and have been known to have some in the fridge on occasion. Can’t remember if I ever had a tube primed and ready at the same time I was cooking a batch of chili.
Never even heard of an orange roll much less tried one
The best chili is Chili's Bar and Grill
Orange rolls are great.
as a kid I preferred the orange roll...now if I partake, I go cinnamon
Ah yes I see we've moved on to discussing how to make bad food items even worse
I’ve always thought that caffeinated orange juice would make a great breakfast drink.
Both sides of my family hail from Findlay, OH. One of my earliest memories of them was my grandmother serving me Orange soda with my breakfast. It was rad
I remember staying over at a friends house for his birthday sleepover as a child. I was so pumped that his parents decided to feed us donuts and Pepsi for breakfast. I threw up shortly thereafter.
Drinking a Pepsi with donuts just sounds awful. Milk or coffee.
It’s called pop.
One year, our daughters hosted a New Years Eve sleepover and my wife got mad at me because I bought all of the girls each one of those two foot long Pixie Stix.
The ol' contrarian personality huh Celemo? Both sides of family from Ohio. Personally spent a large chunk of your adolescence living in Nebraska. As an adult, lives in Oregon.
Is a Michigan fan.
I'm the bridge between 3 great fanbases (& Ohio State) the board needs
Parents came from Ohio
Both joined the Air Force
Born in the U.P. of Michigan
got stationed a bunch of places including back to Michigan where I fell in love with the Det. Tigers and UM
dad got stationed at Offutt in '86
lived in Papio through graduation
went to UN-K for a while
moved around a bunch
met my future wife in Grand Island
her parents moved to Oregon
in '99, we followed suit
What, I'm sure is intriguing to you is that at minimum, a handful of Beaver starters the next several years are ex-Husks.
You keep up on their news much? I'm curious which of the guys who transferred out of our program and into theirs will be impact players for them.
Tyjon Lindsey and Avery Roberts will definitely start. The rest will see major playing time. Gebbia is behind Luton but Luton gets hurt a lot
Yep this was a wintertime offering for school lunches.
If we want opinions on inbreeding we’ll consult the Alabama contingent, until then leave the cinnamon roll and chili debate to the midwesterners.