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    Outrageous Food Combinations

    Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by becca, Mar 5, 2009.

    What is the weirdest food combo that you have ever eaten?


    This morning for breakfast I had a ham, cheese, dill pickle, and miracle whip sandwich, on white bread. And then chocolate fudge cake with orage glaze. With orange juice.

    It was good too.
     
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    I noticed I spelt combinations wrong! I know! I know! I know!
     
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    Sorted :p
     
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    Thank you!!!!

    *does the happy dance*
     
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    Always been a fan of ginger biscuits with jalapeños sat atop. Sweet and spicy, not so weird really.
     
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    I love sweet and salty.

    Here are a couple combos I love that just sound strange.

    Buttered popcorn and chunks of American cheese. (you can use whatever cheese you like though). Take a bit of popcorn, then a bite of cheese, then popcorn...well you get the idea alternate between the two.

    Strawberry Twizlers and a Shor candy bar (the chocolate covered toffee bars). In this one you want both in your mouth at one time, a bite of Twiz and Shor then chew. AWESOME!
     
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    I love dunking my donut in coffee. Eating chocolate with popcorn and eating salty fries with my ice cream.

    [FONT=&quot]Just a few.[/FONT]
     
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    OH! Dipping french fries in a vanilla milkshake, or any milkshake is AWESOME!

    Has anyone ever tried ketcup on scrambled eggs? Mayo/miracle whip is also yummy on scrabbled eggs.
     
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    Last night when i was talking to you guys i had eggs and tomato sauce... maybe when i can tatse more i'll stop doing that though, i dont know.
     
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    I have been eating ketcup on scrambled eggs since I was little. I only do it once in awhile, it's one of those things I have to be in the mood for.
     
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    [FONT=&quot]I like mixing baked beans, ham, melted cheese and coleslaw together.


    Sometimes I think I’m pregnant.[/FONT]
     
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    OOOoo! My hubby would love that. I will have to ask him.
     
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    [FONT=&quot]The sauce from the beans does well with the coleslaw and its crunchiness.


    When I was a kid I used to always steal the sausages and eat them raw ...I think somehow, by eating them it lead to some craziness tats part of me now.

    I used to also love raw dough (when i was 5ish)..... man how bad is that! lol
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    Raw cookie dough is popular, but you have to watch because of the raw egg. I have to limit the hubs. I am nice and let him lick the spoon if he wants.
     
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    Is that a euphamism?
     
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    No, it's literal. I let him lick the spoon or spatula that I used to mix the cookies, when I make them. :p
     
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    ok i have a pretty gross one. well my husband thought it was gross, i thought it was yummy!
    a friend of ours cooked us a lovely prawn mauritian curry, so i had the left overs the next morning, with peanut butter on toast!! mmmm :rolleyes:
     
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    That doesn't sound that bad. I think my hub said that peanut butter on bologna was good. That grossed me out.
     
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    :redface:lol errr that does sound a bit gross.
     
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    My favorite sandwich is peanut butter, cucumber and onion on pumpernickel bread.
     
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    That made me shiver. It didn't sound too bad until the onion and pumpernickel bread. :(
     
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    My favorite sandwich: peanut butter, banana slices, honey, cinnamon, chocolate syrup and sprinkles on white bread.

    Pretty much all sugar.
     
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    don't know if this has been mentioned, but peanut butter and pickle sandwich!
    *mmmmm*
     
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    I am soooo making one of those when i can!
     
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    I love them! You have to have it with milk though.
     

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