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Old 02-23-2004, 17:13   #1
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Weird food combinations.....

What is everybody's weirdest favorite food combo?

Here are a few of ours (me and my wife).

Her:
-Ranch dressing on everything from pizza to chinese food, especially sauerkraut and sausage
-EZ Cheese (that stuff that comes out of a can) spread over Oreo cookies

Me:
-ketchup on my scrambled eggs
-bbq pork rinds dipped in sour cream

Let's hear the wierdest combos that you love...


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Old 02-23-2004, 18:04   #2
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i like to dip fries in mayo.
Slice of cheese on my pb&j samich.
Tabasco on EVERYTHING!!
thinly slices of habenero on vanilla ice-cream (very tastey)
I like kethcup on my eggs to, thats not so weird.
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Old 02-23-2004, 19:11   #3
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Spread mayo on a salmon fillet before putting it in a broiler. Let the mayo cook into the fish. Then add fresh dill and whatever other spices and herbs you like.
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Old 02-24-2004, 00:08   #4
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I like the fry/mayo combo too.

What gets the wife is Pizza washed down with orange juice.

What she does to get me is Cheetos and Ketchup....
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Old 02-24-2004, 00:34   #5
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Peanut butter in grits.
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Old 02-24-2004, 09:06   #6
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Buzz-PB and grits?...thats a new one on me...lol.

A roommate of mine loved pineapple and mayo sandwiches....eewww.


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Old 02-24-2004, 10:46   #7
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My mother's side of the family makes Peanut butter, mayo and lettuce sandwiches. As I recall they are pretty good, but I have not tried one in probably 25 years or more.

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Spread mayo on a salmon fillet before putting it in a broiler. Let the mayo cook into the fish. Then add fresh dill and whatever other spices and herbs you like.
That sounds good. I make a mixture of butter, dill and garlic to put on my salmon, I think next time Iíll do the same, only use mayo instead of butter.

When making grilled cheese sandwiches, I use mayo on the outside of the bread for the "oil" to fry the sandwhich in. I thought everyone made them this way. I thought my wife was nuts when she used butter. I found out I am the strange one! LOL

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i like to dip fries in mayo.
Slice of cheese on my pb&j samich.
Tabasco on EVERYTHING!!
thinly slices of habenero on vanilla ice-cream (very tastey)
I like kethcup on my eggs to, thats not so weird.
I like to dip my fries in mayo, but better yet, I like to mix Tabasco in with the mayo first!! The only fast food type place where I can get my mayo and Tabasco is Chick-fil-A
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Peanut butter in grits.
That sounds good. I might try it with various herbs and see what goes well with it.
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Old 02-24-2004, 14:52   #9
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OK, mine will sound pretty gross, but it has been mt "comfort food" for a long time:

PBJ Sandwich with salami and mustard ;g

Messy, but good!
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Old 02-24-2004, 16:41   #10
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I like peanut butter and dill pickle sandwiches. Sometimes with cheddar cheese.

I also like a weird cassarole (the only one I like) made with hamburger, creamed corn, and pork and beans.

Finally, I like Spam, but only sliced thin, fried crisp, made into sandwiches with mustard and ketchup, and served with pork and beans.

I won't turn down a nice rare prime rib for that stuff, but it's OK once in a while.
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Old 02-24-2004, 18:28   #11
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I have seen people eat:

A baloney sandwich made with bear paw pastries instead of bread.

Vanilla ice cream in a baked potato.

Dill pickles with pancakes and syrup-not together, but to "clear the palate".
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Tuna Fish and Pork Rinds
Tuna Fish and Peanut Butter
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Chili with either cinnamon or chocolate... sounds like a mismatch, but tastes really yummy...
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Spread mayo on a salmon fillet before putting it in a broiler. Let the mayo cook into the fish. Then add fresh dill and whatever other spices and herbs you like.
Since I just pulled one out of the oven, here it is.

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Old 02-25-2004, 15:04   #15
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chopped chicken livers & salami sandwich on a bagel with onion & Ketchup, and a DR Pepper.

Lo Mein on Pizza.

Tuna with Mayo & Onions on a Bagel with Turkey.
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Old 02-25-2004, 17:59   #16
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My mom likes grape jelly in her mashed potatoes. I used to mix my corn into my mashed potatoes.

It really seems to bother people when I eat cold soup out of the can, but not only is it easy, it was the only thing I could eat for a long time as a kid (oral surgery).

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Old 02-26-2004, 09:53   #17
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I wouldn't eat this, but it is the weirdest combination I know. A former boss used to eat liverwurst and cake donut sandwiches. He said the sweet of the donut cut the liver taste, and the liver moderated the sweetness of the donut.

I'll never know. ;P
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Chili with either cinnamon or chocolate... sounds like a mismatch, but tastes really yummy...
http://www.pepperfool.com/recipes/ch...ati_chili.html

http://fozbaca.org/archives/2002/05/...ti_style.shtml

Cincinnati style chili uses Cinnamon.
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Old 02-26-2004, 14:49   #19
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I like to dip my freedom fries in my chocolate shake.
This does gross out my daughter.
You should try it, it's good!

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I like to dip my freedom fries in my chocolate shake.
This does gross out my daughter.
You should try it, it's good!

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chocolate pudding is good on fries also
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