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scionofadrunk
Tennessee Fan
Williamson County, TN
Member since Mar 2020
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A sleeve of saltine crackers
Whenever I'm too lazy to cook, nothing beats an all-American sleeve of saltine crackers.

Sometimes, I eat a sleeve of saltines just for the hell of it.

Why are they so damn good? You can eat anything with a saltine cracker. Anything.


DownSouthJukin
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
My wife puts dill pickle slices and a slice of hoop cheese on them. She’ll make it a meal sometimes.

I worry about the health of my unborn child.


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fallguy_1978
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Member since Feb 2018
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
I prefer Ritz but I don't typically eat a sleeve at a time.


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upgrayedd
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
The crumbs in the bottom of a sleeve of saltines is one of the most underrated culinary treats on the planet.


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HoustonGumbeauxGuy
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
Try putting a thinly sliced sour dill pickle on top of a crispy salty saltine.

It’s fricking paradise



abovepar
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
crumble them up and eat it like cereal in a bowl of milk


Rip N Lip
Alabama Fan
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Member since Jul 2019
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
I like both Saltines and Ritz crackers but for different snacks.

Saltines

-top 12-15 with cheddar cheese and melt in toaster oven. Then hit them with some hot sauce when you remove from oven.

-top with canned tuna and a Vlasic dill chip. can go through a can of tuna easy.

Ritz

- top with deviled ham

-top with pimento cheese

Both crackers

-top with Boursin spread or Kaukauna cheese ball

-top with charcuterie and/ or hard cheese. I prefer both to fancy "water crackers".

Will add that Town House crackers are also good, but shape doesn't lend itself to as many toppings as the other two.

For plain (aka straight out of the box) crackers, Chicken In A Biscuit, FTW.
This post was edited on 3/24 at 11:48 pm


beerJeep
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Louisiana
Member since Nov 2016
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
I’m a simple man. I have to get the smaller “fresh pack” instead of the 4 big sleeves bc I’ll eat the entire thing in one sitting
Saltines + peanut butter
This post was edited on 3/24 at 11:46 pm


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ldts
Member since Aug 2015
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
It's not hard at all to eat a sleeve of them. I'll sometimes slice some cheese for them. Something else I like is just to put some mustard on them. Saltines are one of those things that I'll just eat up, so I don't buy them often.


barbapapa
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
lil drop of hot sauce on em


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Athis
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
Saltines and Hogs Head Cheese...


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BigDropper
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Member since Jul 2009
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
A box of saltines, two and a half sticks of butter, & a 1oz packet of Hidden Valley Ranch dressing mix... baked @350°F...

The panties just drop off!


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LSUEnvy
Dayton Fan
Hou via Lake Chuck
Member since May 2011
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
Buttered and put under the broiler


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Coater
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
I prefer Kroger brand wheat saltines

Sometimes with peanut butter and other times with sliced cheese


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Mo Jeaux
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NYC
Member since Aug 2008
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
How fat are you?


scionofadrunk
Tennessee Fan
Williamson County, TN
Member since Mar 2020
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
5'9", 150 lbs


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J Murdah
LSU Fan
Member since Jun 2008
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re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
A lot of poors up in this thread buying Saltines.


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JodyPlauche
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2009
2855 posts

re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
Ingredients

1 sleeve saltine crackers

1 large tomato, finely chopped

3 green onions, finely chopped

1 1/2 cups mayonnaise

1 hard boiled egg, finely chopped

Salt

Freshly ground black pepper

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Directions

In a medium size bowl, coarsely crush the crackers with your hands - you should have big cracker pieces. Add the remaining ingredients, mix well, and serve immediately. Season, to taste, with salt and pepper.






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t00f
New Orleans Saints Fan
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Member since Jul 2016
34498 posts

re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
Liver cheese and a dollop of yellow mustard, FTW


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gumbo2176
Member since May 2018
5516 posts

re: A sleeve of saltine crackers
A few things come to mind to put atop saltines.

Hogshead cheese
Peanut butter and jelly
Real butter
Philly cream cheese and pepper jelly
Smoked Gouda


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