What's the weirdest food combo you (or someone you know) eat?

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  1. Cameron Yee

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    There's been a bit of a mayo trend in Chinese/Japanese cuisine. I like mayo, but when it replaced the usual glaze on Chinese Honey Walnut Shrimp it was a travesty.

    My dad used to make Miracle Whip and grape jelly sandwiches.

    He also likes to drink straight pickle juice.
     
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    I must admit that everything mentioned in this thread sounds absolutely disgusting. I eat very basic things and never mix and match foods. However Holadem made me think about the two things that I do that I notice people find unusual. I put either thousand island salad dressing or butter on almost all red or white meat that I eat. I don't mean a little dab of butter either. I like a dime size of cold butter with each bite that I take. This means that when I eat at home I usual set a tub of butter in front of me or just scoop out about two tablespoons onto my plate.
     
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    I regularly eat cereal with milk and coffee.

    Deeeelicious![​IMG]
     
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    Isn't that the recipe for almost every chinese dish??? [​IMG] Sweet & Sour Pork, Chicken, Fish, etc.
     
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    That reminds me, my mom likes to take a pack of saltine crackers (three crackers), crush them, and add them to a latte, as if it were cereal. She says it's the best snack in the world.
     
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    I eat a lot of (East) Asian food so I'm very used to that combination.
     
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    my pregnant wife likes hot sauce(crystal) on pickles, and BBQ sauce on eggs! does that count? [​IMG]
     
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    When my mom was pregnant with me, she had pistachio ice cream with pickles. Maybe that's why I hate pickles. [​IMG]
     
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    Jelly with scrambled eggs is one of my father's favorites. He also likes a mix of honey, ketchup, and mustard with fries. I with those who don't believe mixing sweets with meats (can't stand honeyed ham) or salted items with very rare exceptions (certain Oriental dishes).

    One of the few items I have eaten that makes some question my sanity is salsa on fries, mmmh.
     
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    My whole step family uses ketchup on everything. The most common is mac&cheese though. I know this is pretty popular to do, but I still think that it is strange. Ketchup and Mac&Cheese,....nasty.
     
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    Mac & Cheese with Stewed Tomatoes is very common, so I guess I can see the ketchup alternative as a cheap substitute...but yeah, it sounds gross.

    My brother mixes mustard into his mashed potatoes until they're all yellow. Not very gross, but it's not so appetizing to me.
     
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    Maybe not so weird but my wife thinks so, A-1 sauce on my baked potato.
     
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    I can tell you a soft, white bread chocolate bar sandwich is better that one would imagine. Haven't had one in many years, though.
     
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    grapes and nacho cheese doritoes
     
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    We sometimes do mashed potatoes with a little wasabi, so the mash is very slightly green...
     
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    Me too again. A-1, Baco Bits, and a little butter on a baked potato is good stuff. Maybe a bit of cheese? Yum.

    The cheetos/PB&J sounds pretty good.
     
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    I always liked chocolate hail in a sandwich.
    Used to put sugar on tomatoes; that used to be tasty.
     
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    My wife thinks I'm nut, but I tell her its getting mixed in my throat and stomach, so whats the big deal.
    Salt on melons
    Fluff as a dip for chips
    Peanut butter and onions or anything else around
    Any sandwich taken to work along with any chips, cheese puffs etc added on the sandwich
     
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    My dad use to get a glass of buttermilk and crumble crackers and bread in it. Stir and eat with spoon.
    Me,i love my spuds and onions and hotdogs cut up and in a frypan until brown. Served with cats up.
     
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    Whenever I eat dill pickles.. I get a craving for a cold glass of milk.... sometimes orange juice.
     

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