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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Stax Kazama » Sun Nov 18, 2007 6:16 pm UTC

Tuna with mayo and Frank's red hot sauce.
Fried rice with vinegar.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Zohar » Sun Nov 18, 2007 7:11 pm UTC

Hammer wrote:I like pineapple on pizza. :(
* cries *

I like it too! *hug*
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby existential_elevator » Sun Nov 18, 2007 9:10 pm UTC

Peanut butter and marmite. Perfect for a protein and B-vitamin hit.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Hammer » Mon Nov 19, 2007 1:17 am UTC

Cow and I had Indian food yesterday. I had saag with lamb. We were talking to the restaurant owner who was telling us he enjoys Italian food. I started looking around the table and thinking how much of our food would make great pasta sauce or ravioli. Spinach and lamb ravioli! I now want Indalian food to be a real thing.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Gem » Mon Nov 19, 2007 3:05 am UTC

Marmite?? Give me Vegemite any day. And yes, I am a happy little vegemite.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby pictorignotus » Mon Nov 19, 2007 6:00 pm UTC

bananas and cheese!

while i was growing up, i preferred kraft american singles and laughing cow cheese, but now i think any sort of cheese pairs well :)

also, cottage cheese + fruit loops (or any cereal) (not challenging conceptually, just visually)

and sriracha sauce on everything, especially oatmeal

mmm delish :)
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Bakemaster » Tue Nov 20, 2007 2:51 pm UTC

Hammer wrote:Cow and I had Indian food yesterday. I had saag with lamb. We were talking to the restaurant owner who was telling us he enjoys Italian food. I started looking around the table and thinking how much of our food would make great pasta sauce or ravioli. Spinach and lamb ravioli! I now want Indalian food to be a real thing.

Mmm, I love lamb. And I wasn't even trying to mangle an Anchorman quote. I need to find someone with experience making pasta and produce Achar Gosht Ravioli.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Vanguard » Tue Nov 20, 2007 2:58 pm UTC

Bananas+Peanut butter.
Sugar+Peanut butter.

Both even better as a sandwich.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Bakemaster » Tue Nov 20, 2007 3:05 pm UTC

Peanut butter and banana sandwiches are fairly common. But it is also true that they are delicious.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Vanguard » Tue Nov 20, 2007 3:07 pm UTC

Yeah I figured they were but it's strange and it's the only combination I can think of that I actually do.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby LDJosh » Tue Nov 20, 2007 3:29 pm UTC

Franks Red Hot + Rice,

Toss in some diced ham or chicken.

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby lamarguerite » Tue Nov 20, 2007 9:54 pm UTC

Salsa on mac and cheese.


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.)
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Cheese » Tue Nov 20, 2007 9:57 pm UTC

On salsa on mac+cheese: I've tried that, and forgot to say how win it is - because I was distracted by all these strange pineapple on pizza lovers. It is brilliant, I agree.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby LDJosh » Wed Nov 21, 2007 2:36 pm UTC

this is sorta odd, but only sorta.

step 1) go to sheetz.
step 2) order a pepperoni pizza sub
step 3) choose to customize it.
step 4) remove the pizza sauce
step 5) replace with buffalo sauce
step 6) add provolone & parmesan cheese

yes. a peperoni and buffalo sandwhich with provolone and parmesan cheese.

Oh.

My..

g...HEARTBURN!...
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby paperbird » Wed Nov 21, 2007 4:42 pm UTC

chips and chocolate sauce, but you need to use it as a dip otherwise they'll get all soaked and slouchy.

orange mentos + ketchup tastes like gingerbread <3

toast with mashed nectarines --> bake!!
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby rrwoods » Wed Nov 21, 2007 8:11 pm UTC

paperbird wrote:orange mentos + ketchup tastes like gingerbread

UM

EXCUSE ME?
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby paperbird » Wed Nov 21, 2007 8:19 pm UTC

what should I say, try and we talk about this again :P
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Belial » Wed Nov 21, 2007 9:11 pm UTC

Cheese wrote:Next you'll say that pineapple on cheeseburgers is wrong!! Or pineapple on gammon with a fried egg on top is wrong.

Pineapple on anything hot, at all, is wrong. I dislike it for the same reason I dislike tomatoes: It's too sweet to be savoury.[/quote]

So...the list of things Cheese doesn't like:

Pineapple on pizza
Pineapple on burgers
Pineapple in Kabobs
Pineapple on gammon (whatever the hell a gammon is)
Tomatoes
Peanut Butter.

Can I ban you for being terrible and inhuman? Is that something I can do?

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Skateside » Wed Nov 21, 2007 10:30 pm UTC

Belial wrote:Pineapple on gammon (whatever the hell a gammon is)

Gammon is a form of ham. Usually found in the packaged-meat section of your local supermarket and is perfectly round with an arc of fat on the top for about 75º. It goes very well with fried potatoes and Wostershire Sauce :) Edit: also comes in joints

This is something i used to do as a kid, when we had school dinners and they came in a white tray with the meal on one side and the desert on the other:

Chips (fries) and custard :mrgreen:
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby paperbird » Thu Nov 22, 2007 11:12 am UTC

pineapple is love, no matter on what

I eat pineapple with spinach and ewe's cheese on pizza *.*
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby WraithXt1 » Thu Nov 22, 2007 11:16 am UTC

A stick of butter and some salt.

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby paperbird » Thu Nov 22, 2007 11:18 am UTC

oh I know many people who eat butter with salt :)
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby WraithXt1 » Thu Nov 22, 2007 11:28 am UTC

paperbird wrote:oh I know many people who eat butter with salt :)


And you also know many people who will die young of a massive clogged artery. Like me.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby paperbird » Thu Nov 22, 2007 11:28 am UTC

probably, but it seems to be worth it ;)
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby WraithXt1 » Thu Nov 22, 2007 11:32 am UTC

paperbird wrote:probably, but it seems to be worth it ;)


It's not! Don't do it! I stopped, though I still cant stop eating raw cookie dough =| if I make enough for 50 cookies odds are I will end up wit about 15 cooked ones.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby paperbird » Thu Nov 22, 2007 11:35 am UTC

aw I never tried cookie dough =I but I eat a lot of curd while cooking, not exactly healthy either...
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby b.i.o » Thu Nov 22, 2007 10:27 pm UTC

LDJosh wrote:Franks Red Hot + Rice,

Toss in some diced ham or chicken.

Breathe.


You forgot the jalapeños.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby rrwoods » Tue Nov 27, 2007 2:06 pm UTC

paperbird wrote:aw I never tried cookie dough =I but I eat a lot of curd while cooking, not exactly healthy either...

Every once in a while, a friend and I split a sleeve of Tollhouse Chocolate Chip cookie dough. Sometimes I feel slightly nauseous afterward, but DAMN is that good.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby ducknerd » Wed Nov 28, 2007 3:40 am UTC

A friend and I invented a fantastic recipe once:
Take a hot dog and a slice of whole wheat bread. Cover in slices of cheddar (not grated). Microwave for ~40 seconds, then embed chocolate chips in the gooeyness, fold the bread over, and enjoy.
Seriously, try it if you can take the pain of having all you thought you knew about what constitutes good food destroyed.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby btilly » Wed Nov 28, 2007 3:49 am UTC

How about ketchup and brown sugar on chicken? Don't knock it until you try it. (Searches.) Here is the recipe:

1/2 cup ketchup
1/3 cup vinegar
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 clove ground or powdered garlic
1 tablespoon mustard
1 tablespoon oil
Reasonable amount of chicken (eg family pack of legs, or some breasts, or...)

Mix all of the ingredients other than the chicken in a bowl to make a sauce. Remove the skin from the chicken. Put chicken and sauce in a casserole dish with the chicken covered by the sauce. If you have larger pieces of chicken, cut slices into the chicken and pour sauce directly in.

Put in oven at 375 for 30-45 minutes. Serve with rice.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Vellyr » Wed Nov 28, 2007 5:38 am UTC

At the ice cream shop I used to work at, we had the strawberry and the coffee frozen custard on the same machine for a while, so we could make strawberry/coffee twist (the reason for this being, we had two machines, and chocolate/vanilla was on the other one). Nobody ordered it, but it was pretty damn good.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Dyo » Fri Nov 30, 2007 1:27 am UTC

Cheese wrote:
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Pesto-Mayonnaise-potatoes are also seriously yum.

Cheese wrote:
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Cheese wrote:On a semi-related note, whoever came up with the idea of pineapple on pizza should've been shot before they did.


I completely agree. If I'd be religious, Pizza Hawaii would be sacrilege.


You don't know how wrong you are!!

Next you'll say that pineapple on cheeseburgers is wrong!! Or pineapple on gammon with a fried egg on top is wrong.

Pineapple on anything hot, at all, is wrong. I dislike it for the same reason I dislike tomatoes: It's too sweet to be savoury.


There's good thinking behind the idea of the hawaiian. The saltiness of ham compliments the sugariness of the pineapple really well. Think parma ham and melon. Though in order to be good the pineapple has to be totally roasted, otherwise the whole thing has a rather horrible texture in the mouth..
And the ham needs to be salty. The majority of hawaiian pizzas (at least in my area) use processed ham chunks, and keep the pineapple all weird and chewy.


Mmmm, big long quotes.

But anyways, cantaloupe/ham pizza is amazing... although I think it might be the cheese that goes perfectly with the melon.

Another pizza combo... cold pizza at 3AM. One of the greatest pleasures in life. Its one of those things that there should be an xkcd strip about it. And if you have no idea what I'm talking about, then you are missing out on life.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Matthias » Fri Nov 30, 2007 6:19 am UTC

I know several people have already mentioned ketchup, but I need to add that it goes really well with brownies. Preferably nothing too gooey--the cheap Little Debbie brownies with peanuts work fine.

Also, not sure if anyone's mentioned this one: banana wrapped in cheese. Delicious.

Ooh! And don't forget hamburgers with a couple slices of apple.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Fri Nov 30, 2007 1:38 pm UTC

paperbird wrote:aw I never tried cookie dough =I but I eat a lot of curd while cooking, not exactly healthy either...


What? You never tried raw cookie dough? Go, buy a tube of Tollhouse Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough! Eat! If you're concerned about gorging yourself, buy the "Break-N-Bakes". I've done that before. It's like little bite-sized cookie dough bits. You can eat a few of them, and keep the rest in a Ziploc bag.

Your parents must never have made cookies from scratch or mixes. If they did, they probably never let you lick the bowl. Growing up (and I still do it to this day) I always got to lick the mixing bowl after any of the following have been prepared: cake of any flavor, cookies of any kind, brownies. Raw cookie dough and cake/brownie batter is so full of win.

My dad once made up a cheesecake mix and just sat down with the bowl of cheesecake filling. He'd sprinkle in the graham cracker crumbs. He said he felt sick for the next couple of days, but it didn't stop him from eating cheesecake.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Bakemaster » Fri Nov 30, 2007 8:09 pm UTC

Dyo wrote:Mmmm, making a bad first impression.

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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby spaceiscurved » Sun Dec 02, 2007 1:17 am UTC

The only weird thing I eat is peanut butter on carrots. Not too weird, but most of my friends seem to think so. My brother, however, used to love to try new foods. He put peaches and pickles in his spaghetti and drop popcorn in his sodas.
Conversely, I hate the popular trend of a Wendy's frosty with french fries dipped in. Ugh.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Delbin » Sun Dec 02, 2007 11:55 pm UTC

Cheese wrote:On a semi-related note, whoever came up with the idea of pineapple on pizza should've been shot before they did.

I realized a few months ago that I almost always order pineapple on my pizza. Pineapple/onion, pineapple/onion/green pepper, pineapple/chicken/onion. The only time I don't is when I feel like onion/green pepper.

Not sure what would be weird with what I eat. I like condimint sandwiches more than I should. Mustard, mayo, pickles, and myabe lettuice. It's really quite good. Cheese sticks with dijon mustard might also count.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Moo » Fri Dec 07, 2007 6:10 pm UTC

Sandwiches with salad cream and either tomato or banana. Yum. Breakfast of champions (with banana; lunch with tomato).

Bananas and chilli. Halve bananas lenghtwise, then toss in a sugar and chilli flake mix, then shallow fry.

Bacon and banana pizza.
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Cheese » Sun Dec 09, 2007 5:11 pm UTC

Belial wrote:Can I ban you for being terrible and inhuman? Is that something I can do?

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If you want, you can change my title to something like "Doesn't like pineapple (eurgh)". Please no me ban yet?
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Re: Strange but delicious combinations

Postby Rat » Sun Dec 09, 2007 11:42 pm UTC

i agree that peanutbutter is amazing... peanutbutter + pickle sandwiches = delicious! not sure about dill, but the bread and butter get the job done.

when i was a kid, i used to eat some of the yogurt out of my yogurt cup and then fill it with water, which i drank... the idea seems pretty gross to me now.. wonder if it'd still taste alright... i would also soak my popcorn in various colas :?

i used to eat a lot of weird things as bets during my lunch period.. never really found any good combos though... chocolate and marinara sauce is disgusting by the way... i also drank some sort of concoction that had nacho cheese, and what must have been blue gatorade... i know they threw some more things in there but i forgot what... it came out as this radiation green liquid.. almost threw up from that...
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