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Old 03-15-2014, 02:27 AM
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Inspired by the well done steak thread...Midnight Zephyr stated that he puts ketchup on his hard boiled eggs and his cottage cheese, which I don't know how anyone can get cottage chesse near their face to begin with lol, let alone with ketchup ha ha. So I thought it would be a cool idea to hear food combos that might be considered odd. Like my wife's son used to like peanut butter on his deep fried chicken wings.

My odd combo is I like cheese sandwiches with ketchup, it reminds me of the baloney and cheese sandwiches my mom fed us when we were kids.

I also like to put salt and pepper on my buttered toast.

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Old 03-15-2014, 02:32 AM
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Awesome, Larry!

I may not put ketchup on my dogs, but I like it on almost anything else. I don't do it very often anymore, but I used to dip pizza in ketchup. I think it was from those really flavorless slices we got back in the high school cafeteria, I had to add something to it.
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Mac-n-cheese with BBQ sauce, ground black pepper, onions and jalapenos.....good eating.
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Old 03-15-2014, 03:38 AM
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This thread could end right here and I would be satisfied lol. Ketchup on pizza? That's insane!
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Mine's not too weird. I just like hotdogs with ketchup on side, mustard on the other and relish lining the top of the dog. It feels like a ritual each time and it's so dang good!

My dad puts sugar on pasta, tho.
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I went through a stage of eating peanut butter and mayonnaise sandwiches.
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Extra crunchy peanut butter and butter sandwich.
Green olive and cream cheese sandwich.
Cottage cheese and apple sauce. About a 60/40 mix. Most awesome mix EVER!
Frozen apple sauce is awesome.
My wife makes a pork chop that is stuffed with peppers, onions, apple slices, and covered in some secret breading. She got a ring shortly after.
I also like to put potato chips on sandwiches, fries on my burger, and dip fries in soft served chocolate ice cream.
Sometimes I also like to mix all my food together, like those KFC mashed potato bowls.
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Inspired by the well done steak thread...Midnight Zephyr stated that he puts ketchup on his hard boiled eggs and his cottage cheese, which I don't know how anyone can get cottage chesse near their face to begin with lol, let alone with ketchup ha ha. So I thought it would be a cool idea to hear food combos that might be considered odd. Like my wife's son used to like peanut butter on his deep fried chicken wings.

My odd combo is I like cheese sandwiches with ketchup, it reminds me of the baloney and cheese sandwiches my mom fed us when we were kids.

I also like to put salt and pepper on my buttered toast.

So go ahead. Make my day.
I didn't even see this thread until now. I've been eating that stuff since I was a kid. I like jams and jellies with cottage cheese too, and I'm gonna have to try the applesauce idea that MrInsanePolack mentioned.

I'd be down with some ketchup sauce on my grilled cheese sandwich, but I always get ranch for my fries when I can, and I'd choose mayo over ketchup.

I don't do nothing too crazy, but I do like menudo.
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My cafeteria has this weird obsession with dipping pizza into ranch dressing. Is that... a thing?

Nothing too odd here, I like eggs on my burgers & steaks. Probably the weirdest potable I like is hot chocolate made with chocolate soymilk. I always wanted to try cereal with soda, but never got into it. I went through a small phase of putting raspberry jam on vanilla gelato once.

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My wife makes a pork chop that is stuffed with peppers, onions, apple slices, and covered in some secret breading. She got a ring shortly after.
Sometimes I also like to mix all my food together, like those KFC mashed potato bowls.
A) that sounds delicious, and
B) every Thanksgiving. Corn, potatoes, gravy, butter, biscuits, turkey... add it to the heap!
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Spaghetti, ground turkey (staple in my house, cheaper and healthier than ground beef), shredded cheddar cheese, barbecue sauce. Put in a bowl, put bowl in the microwave for a couple minutes and stir it around. I call it "spaghetti western". I also do the same thing with mashed potatoes subbing for the spaghetti.

I've made cracker pizzas with saltines/Ritz, ketchup, sliced cheddar, and pepperoni broiled in the toaster oven since I was about six. I still frequently make a quick meal out of a plateful of Triscuits with layers of sliced cheddar melted on top.
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I like swiss cheese and crunchy peanut butter on toasted english muffins.
I also like dipping McDonald's french fries into their chocolate milkshake.
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Old 03-15-2014, 08:16 PM
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But who's the judge of whether or not a food combo is odd? I don't think anything I eat is odd at all.

When I lived in France, it was astonishing how many people remarked (upon discovering that I was British) "Oh, you eat sweet things with savoury things, don't you?" - meaning apple sauce with pork, mint jelly with lamb, and suchlike. As it happens, I abhor such abominations but nobody ever believed me, because I was British and That's What Brits Do.

My little foible is Tabasco or similar on baked beans, unless the beans are cold in which case they're better without, but astonishingly, this appears to be so unusual as to be very difficult to come by in the vast majority of establishments of all types over here. When I'm away on business, I pop a bottle of hot sauce in my handbag so that breakfast is adequately taken care of.
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You eat baked beans for breakfast?

Savory and sweet are a winning combo. Like chocolate covered bacon.
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Korean ramyen noodles with all the red pepper, American cheese and shreds of bacon. Eggs with potatoes and onion mixed in, covered in sour cream and chipotle sauce. MREs. Smoothies with kale, spinach, carrots, and apples. Slow cooked ham with Braeburn apple slices cooking in the middle.
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Anything with kale in it is the work of the devil. Trust me, I know him and all his works.

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You eat baked beans for breakfast?
Erm yes - what did you have when you were here? They're an integral part of the Full English/Scottish/Welsh (not Irish) breakfast. If you missed out on the experience, you'll just have to come over again and put things right!

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Savory and sweet are a winning combo. Like chocolate covered bacon.
No, I am refusing to fall for it. And bacon isn't all it's cracked up (haga, geddit?) to be.
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Cake or death is an interesting food combination:

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Once, quite a few years ago, and before my current enthusiasm for cocktails, I spent an evening in a pub ordering all the most disgusting mixtures of two or three ingredients I could think of...highlights (or lowlights) were Red Bull and Baileys, Malibu and tonic, and I think Baileys/lemon juice/lime cordial in a shot glass.
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Once, quite a few years ago, and before my current enthusiasm for cocktails, I spent an evening in a pub ordering all the most disgusting mixtures of two or three ingredients I could think of...highlights (or lowlights) were Red Bull and Baileys, Malibu and tonic, and I think Baileys/lemon juice/lime cordial in a shot glass.
That, for reasons which I won't explain is known as Woman's Revenge.

Baileys, Kahlua and cream, layered in a shot glass is a Blow Job

Baileys, Kahlua and tequila, layered in a shot glass is a B52.

When my son was about 3 he asked for a peanut butter and salami sandwich. He loved it, and loved it so much that it became a staple for him.

My slightly-odd combo is toast with apricot jam and sliced cheese on top. YUM!
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Old 03-17-2014, 05:53 PM
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Since childhood when I was inspired by that old Reese's Peanut Butter Cup commercial in the 1970s where the guy walking in the park with an open jar of peanut butter collides with someone eating a chocolate bar...

I put chocolate chips into a jar of peanut butter and eat it spoon by spoon. Not too crazy.

I'll also mix expensive wine with ginger al and fruit juice.
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I'd be down with some ketchup sauce on my grilled cheese sandwich, but I always get ranch for my fries when I can, and I'd choose mayo over ketchup.

Lets see, dough(bread) cheese, ketchup(tomato sauce) sounds like a pizza poor man style. Same as ketchup on baloney. Baloney is just flat hotdogs, same mix, so nothing wierd about ketchup on dogs. My dog has brown mustard on one side and mayo on the other. Sauer Kraut, German for acid cabbage, is the devils work. The nastiest food ever made. One step below brussles sprouts. VILE
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One of my roommates in college made Camembert toast (French stinky cheese) 1st thing in the am and dipped it in his coffee. Never got the guts to try it.
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Nothing too weird for me. My brother introduced me to peanut butter and banana sandwiches as a kid, preferably on Italian or French bread. My father saw us eating them and then he tried one and became a convert.

One of the most refreshing things to eat on a hot summer day is frozen grapes. Just wash a handful of seedless grapes, pop them in the 'fridge and come back a couple hours later.


And now for a slight diversion:

I don't think this is a particularly strange food combo but it became sort of a cult classic. One day I was eating some pretzel nuggets (Snyders, as I recall) and grabbed some semi-sweet chocolate morsels. It's a lazy man's chocolate covered pretzel but it's not nearly as sweet (semi-sweet vs milk chocolate). I loved it and started a thread about it on vdrums.com. Eventually, I decided it was so good that we could form a religion around it and bask in the glory that is called "tax free religious exemption". And thus was born "The First Church of the One True Snack (tm)" or FCotOTS. A good number of vdrummers joined and each got an appropriate title. I took the title of Trishop (it's 50% better than Bishop). About the same time I started using the member group "Atheist Drummers Cabal". This also got somewhat popular and there was a large overlap between the two groups (surprise!). Unfortunately, a couple years ago vdrums.com got hacked and many of the older threads were lost. Little remains of the ADC and FCotOTS (tm) but I did find one thread for anyone who might be interested (or nostalgic, as I do know some of the members here were/are vdrums.com members)

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Anything from Dennys at 3AM after a gig. :-)
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So peanut butter and ketchup on a hot dog is pretty good. Kind of like a Thai dog. Also one of my favorite dishes is poutine - french fries, beef gravy and cheese curds. That's the whole meal. It's terrible for you body but good for your soul.
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I had an aunt that ate ketchup and vanilla ice cream. yuck
The oddest combination for me these days is (real) maple syrup on top of my cereal. I tried it just to use up the end of the bottle because it was sitting there for a while, but now it's something I do occasionally.
Another good one that really isn't "odd" is crumbled up Ritz crackers in mashed potatoes. No need to salt or butter the potatoes....it's delicious. Got that idea from my aunt, too. :)
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I once tried Weetbix with strawberry jam.


...It was hideous...
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I use soy mince in spaghetti boglonaise and you can't taste the difference.

Popcorn Mogul, Weetbix goes better with strawberry jam if you add cream - a bit like crunchy Devonshire tea.
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Anything from Dennys at 3AM after a gig. :-)
One time, round about 3 am, we waited for a buddy to go to the restroom, then slipped one of those nasty little shriveled Denny's sausages into his coffee and tried not to laugh as he drank the whole cup with the sausage at the bottom of it. At the end as he tilted the mug for the last gulp, the sausage hit him on the nose and his drunk ass flipped out until he processed that everyone around him was laughing hysterically.

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Spaghetti, but fresh green beans instead of noodles, and falafel balls instead of meatballs.

Bacon and peanut butter on a burger is the BEST burger!

Grapefruit, apples, carrots, ginger, and kale for breakfast smoothies.
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Popcorn Mogul, Weetbix goes better with strawberry jam if you add cream - a bit like crunchy Devonshire tea.
I shall get back to you with that in the near future...
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Ranch Doritos and a Hersey bar.
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Bacon and peanut butter on a burger is the BEST burger!
I had a burger at this diner downtown recently, bacon and a big scoop of peanut butter. Dee-lish.

Not really weird in the Southwest or in Mexico but I love to put hotsauce on popcorn. I also love to make myself a sandwich by putting mayo on the bread and a few liberal splashes of Tapatio sauce on the mayo.

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Anon Le Ply, you are a splendid human!

Weetbix, strawberry jam, and cream in now what I shall now eat.
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One that my uncle and I love is blueberries in plain lentil soup, the perfect combination of sweet and salty. I've also been known to put some of that pure maple syrup on vanilla ice cream, and stuff jalapeño slices into Hot Pockets to wake me up faster.
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One that my uncle and I love is blueberries in plain lentil soup, the perfect combination of sweet and salty. I've also been known to put some of that pure maple syrup on vanilla ice cream...
Good goddess, man! Maple syrup on vanilla ice cream is the very definition of sane where I come from (upstate NY is second only to Vermont on maple syrup production). Gotta be the real thing though, none of maple flavored corn syrup stuff. In fact, when I make apple sauce in the fall I forego the usual brown sugar in favor of maple sugar.

Now lentils and blueberries are two of my favorite things but I never thought of putting them together...
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I dip popsicles in yoplait yogurt.
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