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Odd combinations

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Frank, Jun 14, 2012.

  1. Frank

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    So Burger King just unveiled their Bacon Sundae.

    Focus: I think we did this when the board started, but what are some odd combinations you like?

    Some of mine:
    -peanut butter and fried egg sandwich.
    -fried egg on just about anything: pasta, take out, Indian food etc...

    I know I have more but I have to think about it.

    Alt-Focus: Anyone try this shit yet?
     
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    Peanut butter and Ruffles potato chip sandwich microwaved for a few second to warm it up then smashed together. My sister taught me that one when we were kids.
     
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    -Eggs on burgers/hotdogs.
    -Peanut Butter on french toast with syrup.
    -Bratwurst and Dill Pickle Pancakes.
     
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    Horseradish sauce is standard in my tuna. I've never heard of anyone else who does it.
     
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    Cheese and anything
     
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    I put ketchup on French toast. Stop calling it "gross", and call it for what it actually is: "the ACTUAL way to eat french toast".
     
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    I've been known to dip my french fries into a Wendy's Chocolate Frosty, it's quite delicious.
     
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    That combination brings back fond memories of being shitfaced at Wendy's when I was 19, screaming at the drive-thru box that "I INTEND TO EAT GREAT, EVEN THOUGH IT'S LATE". Shameful.

    Apples and old cheddar cheese go delightfully well together. So do peaches (or melon, if that's your bag) and a tiny sprinkle of salt. Or strawberries and balsamic vinegar.
     
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    I got this idea from the remake of "The Parent Trap", but peanut butter on Oreos is delicious.

    I also put honey on and in everything. Amazingly, I'm not diabetic.
     
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    My fiancee really likes pepperoni and peanut butter sandwiches. That combo just sounds weird to me.
     
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    Rhubarb dipped in garlic salt. It's the only way to eat it.
     
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    I dip Frito's in cream cheese. I get odd looks the first time someone sees me do it, but that shit is delicious.
     
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    Does vodka and coffee count as an odd combination?
     
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    Not sure if this counts, but I will only eat
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    I have to stay out of this thread though. I'm more passionate about the applications of ketchup than I am about religion or politics.

    *glares at Crown Royal*
     
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    Hummus on pretty much everything.

    I also put almonds in my yogurt. Its basically just a manly parfait, but I've gotten weird looks before.
     
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    beer and Hershey bars (or pretty much any chocolate)
     
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    Take two saltines, coat one side of each with peanut butter. Fold cheese slice up into quarters. Make saltine sandwich. (By the way, if you have never tried that peanut butter, you are missing out. I eat that shit out of the jar pretty much daily.)

    I also do frozen raspberries in my oats, Greek yogurt, etc. Especially in the oatmeal, the heat naturally defrosts them, and the juice acts as a natural sweetener. Shit is glorious.
     
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    Are Eggo peanut butter and jelly sandwiches even that weird of a combination? That's the only one I can think of. It is AMAZING.

    And I just want to make sure something isn't a weird combination: you eat pierogies with sour cream, right? I eat sour cream with lots of things, but my roommates give me shit every time I eat pierogies with sour cream. They say you're supposed to eat them with apple sauce or ketchup and I have to passionately defend sour cream every time. The guy who said apple sauce was Jewish but an asshole, and the guy who said ketchup is from Nepal so he is obviously fucking wrong about his opinions of pierogies when fighting with someone who's from all of the Eastern European countries. It makes me so mad. But I'm right, right? Sour cream FTW.
     
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    Sour cream is fine. But I prefer ketchup. It goes better with the fried onions.

    Apple sauce is also a PA dutch thing.
     
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    My maternal grandparents were off the boat from Poland and Hungary, and I grew up eating my grandmother's pierogies. She sprinkled powdered sugar on the pierogies made with cheese or potato, sauteed sweet onion on meat pierogies, and sour cream on cabbage pierogies. She taught me and my wife how to make them before she died. The only problem was, she used to make them for a Polish store in town where she worked and the recipe was in her head, so when she taught us, the yield was 12 dozen. That's a lot of pierogies.

    I don't see a problem with apple sauce (great on potato pancakes), but I'd stab anyone putting ketchup on them.