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PostPosted: Sat 03.31.2012, 23:30 
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Sharks,

Just thought I would chime in while i indulge in one of my all time favorite albeit odd food combos...

Sharp cheddar cheese slices + A1 sauce = omfg awesome.


A thing my wife does sometimes is takes Nacho Cheese Doritos, sprinkles lemon juice on it, nukes it for like 20 sec.


What do you guys do/have done that is kind of odd, but is so dam good?

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Peanut Butter & Bacon sandwich is freakin' awesome!

Doesn't sound like a good combo, but it is. :thumbright:

EDIT: Bacon must be crispy

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I had an obese uncle who enjoyed a piece of bread, buttered, sprinkled with sugar and folded in half. My Mom has been known to snack on buttered saltines with a few drops of Tabasco on top. Both were edible when I was hungry.

I had a cousin who put coke-a-cola on his cornflakes :pukeright:

I enjoy plain yogurt on microwaved potatoes with a little salt and pepper no butter, my wife thinks it's gross (she's never tried it).

When I was bachelor I would get one of those dollar frozen pizzas, throw on a can of chili, sprinkle with cheese, load up with jalapenos and then bake it. I would also add a can of cream of mushroom soup to two packages of ramen noodles.


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Next time you have vanilla ice cream and discover that you're out of chocolate syrup, try using pancake syrup instead. REAL maple syrup is the best, but in a pinch or to save money plain old run of the mill pancake syrup will do. My late grandmother turned me on to this as a child and many years ago when I met my wife I told her about it. She thought it sounded gross...and then she tried it. Holy cow you'd have thought I gave this woman her first orgasm. Yeah...it's THAT good.

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SnakeStabler wrote:
Peanut Butter & Bacon sandwich is freakin' awesome!

Doesn't sound like a good combo, but it is. :thumbright:

EDIT: Bacon must be crispy


I use to work at a restaruant and when the boss wanted me to work a breakfast shift, he would intice me with a PB&B sandwich. Freakin' awesome is right.


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I had an obese uncle who enjoyed a piece of bread, buttered, sprinkled with sugar and folded in half. My Mom has been known to snack on buttered saltines with a few drops of Tabasco on top. Both were edible when I was hungry.

I had a cousin who put coke-a-cola on his cornflakes :pukeright:

I enjoy plain yogurt on microwaved potatoes with a little salt and pepper no butter, my wife thinks it's gross (she's never tried it).

When I was bachelor I would get one of those dollar frozen pizzas, throw on a can of chili, sprinkle with cheese, load up with jalapenos and then bake it. I would also add a can of cream of mushroom soup to two packages of ramen noodles.


I use plain yogurt as a sour cream substitute on a baked potato. Good stuff.


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Anytime you're looking at two ingredients - one salty, one sweet - it probably goes well together. So do it.

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OarChambo wrote:
Anytime you're looking at two ingredients - one salty, one sweet - it probably goes well together. So do it.


Yeah, my wife and her family like salt on watermelon. I always assumed it was an East Texas thing, but I see more and more people doing it.


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A girl I used to hang out with in college, mixed mayo and ketchup, and dipped her potato chips in it. It could just be basic ranch dressing for all I know, but I always thought it was a weird thing to do. Butter on saltines is awesome though.

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A girl I used to hang out with in college, mixed mayo and ketchup, and dipped her potato chips in it. It could just be basic ranch dressing for all I know, but I always thought it was a weird thing to do. Butter on saltines is awesome though.

Mayo and ketchup = basic ingredients for fry sauce.


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had to google "fry sauce", never heard of it...

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crockett wrote:
Next time you have vanilla ice cream and discover that you're out of chocolate syrup, try using pancake syrup instead. REAL maple syrup is the best, but in a pinch or to save money plain old run of the mill pancake syrup will do. My late grandmother turned me on to this as a child and many years ago when I met my wife I told her about it. She thought it sounded gross...and then she tried it. Holy cow you'd have thought I gave this woman her first orgasm. Yeah...it's THAT good.


The most awesome thing on vanilla ice cream is Whiskey ! Try it even if you aren't normally a drinker. I had made some homemade ice cream for my Dad on his birthday and was horrified to see one of his friends pour a shot of Knob Creek over the top until I tried it. YUM!


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Elmagister wrote:
625james wrote:
I had an obese uncle who enjoyed a piece of bread, buttered, sprinkled with sugar and folded in half. My Mom has been known to snack on buttered saltines with a few drops of Tabasco on top. Both were edible when I was hungry.

I had a cousin who put coke-a-cola on his cornflakes :pukeright:

I enjoy plain yogurt on microwaved potatoes with a little salt and pepper no butter, my wife thinks it's gross (she's never tried it).

When I was bachelor I would get one of those dollar frozen pizzas, throw on a can of chili, sprinkle with cheese, load up with jalapenos and then bake it. I would also add a can of cream of mushroom soup to two packages of ramen noodles.


I use plain yogurt as a sour cream substitute on a baked potato. Good stuff.


It works well on tacos and burritos also.


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625james wrote:
crockett wrote:
Next time you have vanilla ice cream and discover that you're out of chocolate syrup, try using pancake syrup instead. REAL maple syrup is the best, but in a pinch or to save money plain old run of the mill pancake syrup will do. My late grandmother turned me on to this as a child and many years ago when I met my wife I told her about it. She thought it sounded gross...and then she tried it. Holy cow you'd have thought I gave this woman her first orgasm. Yeah...it's THAT good.


The most awesome thing on vanilla ice cream is Whiskey ! Try it even if you aren't normally a drinker. I had made some homemade ice cream for my Dad on his birthday and was horrified to see one of his friends pour a shot of Knob Creek over the top until I tried it. YUM!



Also try a really dark rum. I love Blue Bell vanilla with Ron Anejo Pampero Aniversario.


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Macaroni & cheese mixed with Pork & beans

Though it was weird until I tried it....pretty good.

also, pineapple chunks are good in baked beans.

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