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I would confess I don't like cold things straight from the fridge, well except for salads and cerviches.

But hubby on the other hand, est the following cold, stright from the refreigerator:

Fried Chicken (he makes a lot so he knows he will have leftovers)

Pork chops

Sausage gravy

Spaghetti sauce (slathered in two pieces of bread and then eaten as a sandwich)

My father on the other hand loves lugaw (Filipino jook) cold.

Doddie aka Domestic Goddess

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Roasted veggies of any kind (but squash, particularly) are a favorite of mine. Like everyone else, I love cold chicken.

But ever since I was a child I've very much enjoyed a teacupful of still-frozen peas, eaten one at a time and rolled around in my mouth a few times before being bitten.

My boyfriend loves those huge "blooming onion" things cold out of the fridge. Blegh.

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One question.  When I approach the refrigerator unable or unwilling to heat something up for 30 seconds, there's usually a reason.  What's your reason?

Drunk, stoned, both, low blood-sugar, impatient, and...no microwave.

Mitch Weinstein aka "weinoo"

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The after Thanksgiving trifecta - cold turkey, cold stuffing, cold pumpkin pie. (I'll try the mashed potatoes, that will be just one of the good ideas I get here.) Also, cold spaghetti and meatballs, often just the pot of meatballs and gravy. Well, not the whole pot. At least, not at one standing.

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Cold fried or roasted chicken, ham, turkey and turkey dressing, meatloaf, pizza, lasagne.

I especially like cold fried chicken with a piece of REAL pound cake.

Then there's one of my favorite sandwiches: cold meatloaf thinly sliced on a nice rye bread with thinly sliced onions and a blob of ketchup! :wub:

Iris

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Sate or teriyaki strips, right out of the fridge, just like candy.

"There are, it has been said, two types of people in the world. There are those who say: this glass is half full. And then there are those who say: this glass is half empty. The world belongs, however, to those who can look at the glass and say: What's up with this glass? Excuse me? Excuse me? This is my glass? I don't think so. My glass was full! And it was a bigger glass!" Terry Pratchett

 

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Cold fried or roasted chicken, ham, turkey and turkey dressing, meatloaf, pizza, lasagne.

I especially like cold fried chicken with a piece of REAL pound cake.

Then there's one of my favorite sandwiches:  cold meatloaf thinly sliced on a nice rye bread with thinly sliced onions and a blob of ketchup!  :wub:

When I was a kid and our family was going to the beach, my mom would make oven "fried" chicken the night before so we'd have cold chicken for our beach picnic. :wub:

Amen to the cold meatloaf sandwich, except we'd slather it with mayo and horseradish sauce. It doubles as a sinus clearer, too. :laugh:

 

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