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

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#61 of 66 Matt_Vaudrin


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Posted September 28 2006 - 06:18 AM

When I was about 4 or 5, I ate everything with Ketchup on it. Including Donuts and green beans.

I don't think I do any odd combos anymore, just normal stuff.

#62 of 66 Nate Anderson

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Posted September 30 2006 - 04:52 AM

For some reason, I think chocolate milk goes really well with soft shell tacos.
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#63 of 66 Chris PC

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Posted October 01 2006 - 01:48 PM

After eating bacon and eggs, we used to finish the "rest" of our "extra" bacon by putting it on toast that was buttered with peanut butter and then we topped in off with maple syrup. Yep, I was a chubby kid... Posted Image

I still take tortilla chips and eat them with peanut butter sometimes Posted Image
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#64 of 66 Bill Gato

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Posted October 01 2006 - 03:12 PM

Once, I ordered two Sausage McMuffins from McDs and they threw in some packets of grape jelly. I figured that they must have done that for a reason (certainly not to eat with the hashbrowns, right?) so I put the jelly in the sandwich and found it to be quite good. I'll eat it like that if I remember to ask for jelly.

A kid I knew from my childhood once ate a sloppy joe sandwich substituting brownies for the bread! I think he did this to "impress" us.
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#65 of 66 MarkHastings


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Posted October 01 2006 - 03:28 PM

Have you guys ever watched Ham on the Street (on Food TV)? The host is always combining strange food products and having unsuspected people taste test them. It's surprising how great they think the odd combinations are.

Just a few that I remember:

-Grilled Cheese sandwiches with jelly
-Pulled Pork stuffed in a donut (that actually sounded good)
-Cheese chunks dipped in chocolate fondue
-Coffee grounds in Rice Krispy treats (this sounds REALLY good!!)
-Hot sauce in brownies

#66 of 66 Brian Johnson

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Posted October 01 2006 - 04:12 PM

Yeah. Ham rocks. I love watching his show. Very unique.

McMuffins / grape jelly is pretty good on their normal mcmuffins. In fact I'm making my own tonight. Yum.

Chocolate & beer. ? Hmm
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