+
Not About Food

Food Scars - Things you will never eat again.

Sandwich_Sister | Aug 14, 201006:59 AM     507

What foods will you never eat again because they remind you of bad experiences?

My husband refuses to have bow tie pasta noodles in our house. I learned this after purchasing some at the store. He's in the film industry and when the film's budget starts to get depleted, in an attempt to save money the catering makes a pasta dish with cheap meats and veggies with bow tie pasta. He will never eat bow tie pasta again and he threw away the newly bought bow ties when he found them.

When my dad got laid off we had to eat cheap as a family and hot dogs became something we ate a lot. My sister refuses to eat them now, I still think they are delicious.

It took me two years to cook chili again. I thought I had used something bad and got food poisoning turns out it was a stomach virus going around, but it didn't matter.

Want to stay up to date with this post? Sign Up Now ›

Invite a friend to chime in on this discussion.

Email a Friend

More from Chowhound

The Best New Cookbooks for Spring 2020
Food News

The Best New Cookbooks for Spring 2020

by Amy Schulman | Springtime means warmer, sunnier days, an influx of new seasonal ingredients, as well as plenty of...

These Are the Most Popular Recipes on Pinterest Right Now
Food News

These Are the Most Popular Recipes on Pinterest Right Now

by Amy Schulman | As we continue to spend more time at home, we may find ourselves reaching toward the kitchen, spending...

11 Cocktail Ingredients You Have Hiding in Your Kitchen
Recipe Round-Ups

11 Cocktail Ingredients You Have Hiding in Your Kitchen

by Pamela Vachon | Making a cocktail doesn't have to involve esoteric mixers and nine different kinds of alcohol, as...

Tropical Drink Recipes for a Spring Break Staycation
Recipe Round-Ups

Tropical Drink Recipes for a Spring Break Staycation

by Julie Vadnal | This is the year when even the most ardent spring breakers should be staying home. Social distancing...

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.