That's the one of the biggest food crimes ever committed. My housemates are regular offenders.
It's just the most mediocre and depressing dish anyone ever created. It's also seriously unhealthy, unless you stuff a bit of veg in there, which naturally they don't. I don't know why people associate pasta with health, maybe because it has a 'clean' taste to it? It really isn't that cheap either, especially when you waste money on those boring sauces.
Ketchup has clearly been covered on here. I think it is allowed on chips, fry ups, burgers, fried chicken etc. Despite that, it can easily be replaced by mayonnaise, brown sauce or barbeque sauce, depending on the occasion.
Processed cheese. Ban it for crimes against cheese.
People who won't try things and don't understand the concept of an acquired taste. These people are depressing and boring. They usually act as if there's something inherently bourgeois about unusual food until I point out their meals cost more than mine.
On a more serious note, the worst crime is to waste food. We should all be conscious of what it is we are eating and how it came to be on our plates, and as such we should respect it.
I have a snooty aunt who refuses to eat chippy fish and chips unless she has cutlery. Food crime right there.
Nanny's specialty- boiling vegetables with a helping of salt so much so that the vegetables decompose and all your are left with is some hideous soupy solution.
You bin your crusts?! SACRILEGE! What about the inevitable curly hair?!
Putting salt on your food before you've tried it.
Ketchup on pretty much ANYTHING except chips. It makes me cringe. My ex used to eat ketchup on toast. If I see someone putting ketchup on a steak, or a roast dinner, or anything like that, I automatically judge them to be a massive baby who can't eat proper food.
Not liking vegetables. I know some people genuinely dislike certain foods, but there are literally THOUSANDS of vegetables out there, and you're telling me you've tried every single variety and not ONE appeals to you? This is on a par with adults who eat nothing but chicken dippers and pizza. It makes me feel sorry for them that they're missing out on such delicious food by refusing to expand their palate.
Basically my food crimes come down to people refusing to try new things and acting like giant children when it comes to food!