Nurses Will Eat Anything - page 8

Have you ever heard or said that to a family member? whats the weirdest thing someone has brought for you or your staff to eat? I think the sickest thing was a patient brought some balout,... Read More

  1. by   luvbug
    Quote from mercyteapot
    I have to agree with you about not eating things that have been sitting around in a resident's room, unrefrigerated, and then brought out to share with staff. My husband works in the restaurant industry, and over the years, I have become as vigilant about food safety as him. At my work yesterday, someone brought in a cheese dip. They were biting off their chips, and then dipping them into the dip. Icky!
    EEEWWWW!! Double-dipping!!
  2. by   mercyteapot
    Quote from luvbug
    EEEWWWW!! Double-dipping!!
    This is what I'm saying!!!!
  3. by   nursemike
    Doctors--and others--who steal food, and patients who bring MRSA and C-diff infected treats. Hmm...

    Just thinking.
  4. by   PamUK
    For me, eating grits when I lived in Arkansas... uggghhh..

    Oh and jellied eels when I visited London... double ugggghhhh..
  5. by   redwinggirlie
    I adore White Castles!
  6. by   Katnip
    I like White Castle's too.

    Kimchi I am not a cabbage person, nor a terribly spicy person. After my DH took a few trips to Korea and he told me how they made kimchi it kind of turned me off.
  7. by   KaroSnowQueen
    Oh, but grits are good! I have them every morning for breakfast!!!
  8. by   Peachy720
    Quote from KaroSnowQueen
    Oh, but grits are good! I have them every morning for breakfast!!!
    Me too..Cheddar Cheese and/or Red Eye Gravy

    Mmmmmm.....
  9. by   luvbug
    I'm sorry to have to ask such a weird question, but what exactly are grits?
  10. by   bobnurse
    grits are made of coarsely ground corn........its usually eaten with breakfast, but chefs like bobby flay use it otherwise.

    If you ground the corn to fine, then its corn meal..........
  11. by   bobnurse
    anyone else?
  12. by   Luv2BAnurse
    like cream of wheat, only corn- not wheat. like oatmeal, only corn- not oat. it's a hot cereal. Grits are delicious, salt, butter, pepper, cheese, gravy, canned bulk sausage, red-eye gravy, etc. GRITS SHOULD never EVER be eaten with sugar and milk...unless yer just plain weird. J/K, some like sweet grits.
  13. by   mercyteapot
    I don't do grits...

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