Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Alder » Wed Oct 29, 2008 12:11 am UTC

I haven't thought of this/eaten it in years, but when I was wee I used to adore cottage cheese with fish fingers. And ketchup.

Oddly enough, though I can now accept that as weird, It still sounds quite good...maybe I'm just hungry. :D
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby HareichiSan » Wed Oct 29, 2008 11:52 pm UTC

italian dressing + pizza sauce + bread = PURE GENIUS!!

Also,

Skim milk, gummi bears, PURE GENIUS!!

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby maxfischer » Fri Oct 31, 2008 5:03 am UTC

cantaloupe and crunchy peanut butter!
I had it for dinner tonight.
really anything with peanut butter is delicious...

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Marslyr » Mon Nov 03, 2008 6:04 pm UTC

Well, I no longer eat this, but as a child it was my favorite snack.

A bologna, blue cheese, bagel.

The thought makes me grimace now.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby kinigget » Wed Nov 12, 2008 1:57 am UTC

damn, I'm gonna have to print off this thread when I get my printer working.

anyway, I cant quite decide if french fries in milkshake has been covered yet, the closest I saw was french fries in custard.

one thing I used to do back in high school was get tater tots and a couple packages of barbecue sauce. I though it was amazing but everyone I told the idea to though it was the weirdest thing ever, except for my friend sean that is.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Liet Kynes » Wed Nov 12, 2008 1:58 am UTC

Cheese curls+ Syrup is surprisingly good

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Alder » Wed Nov 12, 2008 9:14 pm UTC

Liet Kynes wrote:Cheese curls+ Syrup is surprisingly good

Now, that's one that I can't help wondering how you found that out... :D
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Postby Liet Kynes » Thu Nov 13, 2008 2:17 am UTC

I was just eating some cheese curls and saw the syrup sitting on the table. I just got curious...

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby fishyfish777 » Fri Nov 14, 2008 5:20 am UTC

BBQ potato chips in a sandwich. Any sandwich.

Great, now i have the sudden urge to try a peanut butter and sugar sandwich.

Also, a hot dog in a taco shell (excuse me if you don't get the reference)

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It is AMAZING. Please try it.

(Salsa on pretty much anything works: rice, noodles, meatstuffs, vegetables, crackers, soup... but macaroni and cheese is still the best.)


Done it. Tastes like... spaghetti.


Great. Now I have the sudden urge to make some CoChicken too.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby kinigget » Fri Nov 14, 2008 6:18 pm UTC

I have accidently discovered that a meatball sub is not at all adversely affected by adding deli mustard to it, and I do mean with the marinara. Two times in a row I did this, both times completely accidental, both sandwiches completely edible.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby hawn » Fri Nov 14, 2008 7:16 pm UTC

After reading this thread in its entirety, I had to register an account so that I post the fact that someone forgot to mention Mac&Cheese Pancakes.

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby JesseB90 » Fri Nov 14, 2008 10:13 pm UTC

Noodles, Chicken and BBQ sauce is my favorite late night snack.

The wierdest food I've ever eaten was a strange combonation of cheese pizza, strips of chicken, salsa and various vegetables that didn't fit salsa. I don't know what it was since my friend made it when he was nearly out of food.

If looks count of anything, Kimchi always looks strange to me :?

Salt & Vinegar chips on a pizza sounds delicous :P

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Absolute » Sun Nov 16, 2008 2:28 am UTC

Hot dogs and waffles are really good, fast, and cheap. Do as you normally would to the waffles(butter, syrup, jam, etc.), throw a hot dog in the middle, wrap it up and enjoy. I like to add a little spicy brown mustard as well, but that's too weird for most people.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby lamito » Fri Dec 26, 2008 9:21 pm UTC

i love cheerios (the little sausages not the cereal) with nutella.
also as many people have said cheese and chocolate.
this combination isn't very weird, vegitarian pizza with pepperoni, but to make up for the lack of weirdness in the combination imagine the weird/confused look on the face of the person taking your order at the pizza shop.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Wardial3r » Tue Dec 30, 2008 8:59 am UTC

Bacon...with nutella....
oh god it's so delicious

also take a bagel throw an apple, some cheddar cheese, and some cinnamon on it and then melt the cheese in a toaster oven or whatnot.mmmmmmn
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby teamcorndog » Tue Dec 30, 2008 11:04 pm UTC

I used to be the happiest girl in the land when my mom would make for me a slice of bologna and a slice of American cheese cut into strips and woven together like a lattice pie crust. I don't know which of us was crazier.
Also, the other day I made a hotdog omelet. I wish someone had been nice enough to stop me :oops:
Oh wait....you asked for delicious combinations. I guess I'm not so good at making those :|

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby poxic » Wed Dec 31, 2008 12:47 am UTC

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On topic: I'm in the habit of making cheese toast for myself, preferably with chopped spinach and some sunflower seeds under the cheese. Once nuked and bubbly, I eat it with a bit of ketchup and some ranch dressing or mayo. It's probably only moderately tasty, but I usually have the ingredients at hand and it doesn't contain much that I'm allergic to.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Alder » Wed Dec 31, 2008 12:17 pm UTC

poxic wrote:it doesn't contain much that I'm allergic to.

So...it does contain something that you're allergic to? That confuses me a bit...
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby poxic » Wed Dec 31, 2008 6:14 pm UTC

Alder26 wrote:So...it does contain something that you're allergic to? That confuses me a bit...

I'm allergic to tomatoes, but I still like a bit of ketchup now and then. As long as it's a very small amount (less than 1/2 tsp) and I eat lots of other things with it, the suffering is limited to a mild itch in my throat. I'll put up with that to have ketchup with my cheese toast. Sometimes. :?
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Quillpaw » Thu Jan 01, 2009 1:29 am UTC

WHen I was younger, I would slip cheddar Goldfish crackers into my turkey sandwich, and dip Goldfish crackers in my chocolate pudding. Not at the same time, but now that I think about it...hmm...turkey and chocolate sandwich with parmesean Goldfish on top...I'll try that sometime.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Sungura » Thu Jan 01, 2009 2:36 pm UTC

Peanut butter & Bananas
Peanut butter & Oreo cookies
Peanut butter & celery

Hmm...maybe I just like peanut butter? Maybe that's not weird enough.

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Postby Maduyn » Fri Jan 02, 2009 12:13 am UTC

A large glass of balsamic vinegar. It is delicious! :mrgreen: :D
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Solid Freeman » Tue Jan 06, 2009 10:01 pm UTC

Angelene wrote:Oh! Milk chocolate covered pretzels used to be for sale here! So so good.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Seda » Tue Jan 06, 2009 11:22 pm UTC

Here's something I'll make every now and again.

Ingredients:

1 block of ramen
a decent sized gob of butter

Preparation:

Open package, and discard the flavour packet whilst keeping all the little crunchlings left in the bag.
Make the block into suitably sized ramen crunchlings
Melt the butter in a pan
Put crunchlings in a bowl
Pour butter over 'em
Optional:Wait for them to cool

Enjoy.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Gianduja » Sat Jan 10, 2009 1:54 am UTC

Take white rice, melt copious amounts of pepper jack cheese on top. Add canned corn.

Buttered ramen sounds amazing. I should try this; I have tons of butter and ramen right now and can't really explain why.

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Seda » Sat Jan 10, 2009 3:09 am UTC

Gianduja wrote:
Buttered ramen sounds amazing. I should try this; I have tons of butter and ramen right now and can't really explain why.


It is. There're myriad ways to make it. From mine to simply adding butter to the water you boil the noodles in and then adding a dollop to the finished product.

Soooo Good :mrgreen:
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Postby iddqd » Sat Jan 10, 2009 9:06 pm UTC

After reading all of the wierd stuff in this thread, mine seem pretty normal.

Curry noodles with fishsticks and remoulade. Really cheap and easy to make.

Döner kebab pizza with fries. Perfect hangover food.

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Gianduja » Sun Jan 11, 2009 2:16 am UTC

Döner kebab in any and all forms is of the gods.

German?

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby iddqd » Mon Jan 12, 2009 12:24 am UTC

Nope, Swedish. Kebab pizzas are pretty common here, don't know if that's the case in Germany.

Me neither (three weeks).

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Postby Gianduja » Mon Jan 12, 2009 12:47 am UTC

They are very common in Germany.

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Decker » Fri Jan 16, 2009 11:09 pm UTC

Bacon and ranch dressing. Not bad actually.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Fifi » Sun Jan 18, 2009 5:48 pm UTC

I always used to have sultana and honey sandwiches (until the dentist said I could only have them once a month instead of every day :( )
Oh and something I've discovered recently - bolognese sauce is really good with bread. Toasted bolognese sandwiches, bolognese & chicken wraps, and vegemite toast with bolognese sauce and cheese. Mmmmm
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Alder » Mon Jan 19, 2009 10:03 pm UTC

Fifi wrote:I always used to have sultana and honey sandwiches (until the dentist said I could only have them once a month instead of every day :( )
Oh and something I've discovered recently - bolognese sauce is really good with bread. Toasted bolognese sandwiches, bolognese & chicken wraps, and vegemite toast with bolognese sauce and cheese. Mmmmm

D'you mean just the sauce itself, or when it's mixed in with the meat?

'Cause leftover sandwiches are amazing...

[That's sandwiches made with leftovers, not sandwiches that have themselves been abandoned...]
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby SocraticMethod » Tue Jan 20, 2009 1:20 am UTC

d33p posted pickles dipped in caramel. I'd recommend them dipped in peanut butter as well. That is, before we figured out that I break out when I eat nuts.

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Amarantha » Tue Jan 20, 2009 11:07 am UTC

Fresh pineapple with salt and fresh chilli. Why in hell do I not eat this more often? *adds "more pineapple and chillis" to shopping list*

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Postby Fifi » Tue Jan 20, 2009 9:29 pm UTC

Alder26 wrote:D'you mean just the sauce itself, or when it's mixed in with the meat?

'Cause leftover sandwiches are amazing...

[That's sandwiches made with leftovers, not sandwiches that have themselves been abandoned...]


With the meat. Yeah there aren't too many dinners that can't be put in delicious sandwich form :D
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Alder » Tue Jan 20, 2009 10:53 pm UTC

Fifi wrote:With the meat. Yeah there aren't too many dinners that can't be put in delicious sandwich form :D

Love my dad's pasta leftovers the next day in sandwiches...very starchy/carbohydratey, but full of yum.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby Vanguard » Fri Jan 23, 2009 1:58 am UTC

My brother made a couple mugs of Hot Cocoa, and melted some Candy Canes in it.

Wasn't bad.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby notallama » Fri Jan 23, 2009 3:13 am UTC

french fry and butter sammich. (one slice of bread, folded. contents should be hot)

tahini on a banana
cashew butter on a banana
almond butter on a banana
hemp seed butter on a banana
nutella on a banana

x on a banana + cheerios and rice milk

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations (Merged: Weird Snacks)

Postby MarshyMarsh » Fri Jan 23, 2009 7:51 pm UTC

Add half a jar of stawberry jam to your bolognase, mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm it is the best (not lumpy/with bits though, that would be weird)


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