Weird food combos you eat that others think is disgusting


#61

Do you eat spicy ketchup?
I only eat spicy ketchup from what-a-burger… no other ketchup


#62

Nope don’t think i ever had spicy ketchup


#63

Or pickles with red pepper flakes?


#64


How about this?


#65


Pickles with red pepper flakes


#66

Dunno, but I love me some boudin :yum:


#67

What about a bag of hot Cheetos with the top cut off… nacho cheese Sause poured on them and optional jalapeños to top them off?


#68

Just ate some tonight


#69

Hot cheetos with ranch dip mix in sour cream is prettu legit


#70


#71

I actually have spicy bourbon pickles


#72

“Dunking the croissant in the tea”, I do too, and not only in tea. I always sink cakes, cookies, bread or others dry pastries in whatever warm drink I got. Last experience was a carrot cake in a mocha coffee topping caramel sauce…

Cereal with water, I didn’t try but first time in japan, I mistaked milk with a type of drink they have here, called “calpis”, that’s was a weird taste. Another time I run out of milk, but didn’t want to walk 5min (go and back) to the near konbini so I used a drink flavored strawberry milk…

When I was child, I loved eat a baguette with Nutella and a old “camembert” cheese…
When my great grandmother found out, she was shocked. My mom was “oh well”.

P. S. : By the way, here (japan) you can buy fries with chocolate sauce in some fast food chain…
But if you ask for mayonnaise, they look at you weirdly :woman_shrugging:t2:


#73

oh yes, I occasionally grab a box and have it as a snack :see_no_evil:


#74

I put a pinch of salt in my yogurt :yum:


#75

Ketchup and syrup with French toast. Ketchup has to go on first tho then syrup or else that ketchup won’t stick to the toast.


#76

Peanut butter was a staple ingredient in our house so weird combos were inevitable,
Sandwiches made with:
Peanut butter and Rogers syrup (dad)
Peanut butter and microwaved egg :nauseated_face: (my sister)
Peanut butter and Mayonnaise (the real thing not miracle whip poison me)
Peanut butter and dill pickles (all of us ):grin:
Then odd one out
White bread with peeled orange segments and onion slices (my mom) :woman_shrugging:t2: Actually doesn’t taste to bad


#77

Does putting in raw garlic to every sidedish counts? :eyes:
I mean garnished raw garlic…


#78

I have read so many delicious - and not weird the least - combos. Now I share my childhood favourite, that I still love and have quite regularly:

Mix unsalted butter and honey, so you get a nice golden white cream
Spread it on a slice of bread
Top it with a nice slice of ham.
Optional: 1 slice of emmental cheese.


#79

Pickles and peanut butter? What the hell. I have to try this :joy:


#80

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