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a big spoon full or 2 of jelly/jam/fruit preserves on a bowl of vanilla ice cream. I like our home made wild blackberry best myself but will use other stuff.. strawberry or raspberry.... jalapeno pepper jelly/jam is good too.
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birddog wrote:a big spoon full or 2 of jelly/jam/fruit preserves on a bowl of vanilla ice cream. I like our home made wild blackberry best myself but will use other stuff.. strawberry or raspberry.... jalapeno pepper jelly/jam is good too.


I like to mix preserves with a little water and use them instead of syrup on waffles or pancakes.
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Back in the day when there were crackers and salad dressing sitting on diner tables:

Club crackers + French dressing..
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jdhowlett wrote:The best thing for sharp cheddar cheese... apple pie.


I like to dunk my grilled cheese sammiches in applesauce.
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Chris Cooley turned me on to ham, mustard, and peanut butter sandwiches. Yum.
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Puking Dog wrote:Chris Cooley turned me on to ham, mustard, and peanut butter sandwiches. Yum.



Love BBQ sauce and peanut butter mixed 50/50. Outstanding on many different things
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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.



The necks always salt their melons here in NC.
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5XChamps wrote:
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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.



The necks always salt their melons here in NC.



same thing with the Okies...also they tend to put mayo on white rice..not bad with lemon pepper
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What about ketchup on scrambled eggs???


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Detroitblue wrote:What about ketchup on scrambled eggs???


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Ketchup? No thanks.

but as much Tabasco as you can manage? - heck yeah!
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Detroitblue wrote:What about ketchup on scrambled eggs???


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Ketchup? No thanks.

but as much Tabasco as you can manage? - heck yeah!


My wife will use ketchup if there's no salsa around.

I like my breakfast with equal parts salsa and scrambled eggs.
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StoneCutter wrote:
feral pig wrote:
Detroitblue wrote:What about ketchup on scrambled eggs???


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Ketchup? No thanks.

but as much Tabasco as you can manage? - heck yeah!


My wife will use ketchup if there's no salsa around.

I like my breakfast with equal parts salsa and scrambled eggs.


I usually go for hot sauce, because it's more readily available, but salsa is great too. Also sour cream. I usually have sour cream on my eggs.
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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


Throw some bananas on that mother and you've got the Elvis.

The other day my friend made a peanut butter pie with bananas and bacon on it. Gamechanger.
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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.


I've started salting most deserts I make. Just a nice sprinkling of coarse sea or kosher salt over the top.

I made some peanut butter nutella bars the other day. They were good, but once I put that bit of salt on top all the flavors just popped out.
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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 would also add a can of cream of mushroom soup to two packages of ramen noodles.


my brother and i used to eat toasted bread with butter and sugar for breakfast when we were kids. really really unhealthy but really really tasty.

never tried to cream of mushroom with ramen noodles but it sounds really tasty. do you add the seasoning from the ramen noodles as well? i sometimes just boil the ramen noodles, dump out the water, throw in some oil (or butter) with the ramen seasoning and then u get ramen pasta noodles style to go along with chicken, beef or pork. college cooking at its best there.

hot wings + peanut butter.
I ate the celery that came with wings with the peanut butter. had the bright idea of dunking the hot wings into the PB. been doing it whenever possible ever since...
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