• Weird food combinations that are suprisingly good
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I just had a slice of pizza with Parmesan cheese, mustard, and salsa. Why? Well, I like all those items separately, so why not try them together? But this got me thinking. There are other foods that normally don't sound right together that actually taste fantastic. Another example would be french fries dipped in a milk-shake. Someone else told me about it and I thought it was strange until I tried it. The salty fries are a great contrast to the sweet shake. Also, I think this might be a fast-threads topic, but the members that frequent Fast Threads tend to be much less mature than the ones in GD. I mean look at Fast Threads... 99 percent of the threads are "Will you have sex with the above persons socks" or some thing dumb like that.
Sherbet Ice-Cream and Salt
Hotdogs and taco sauce
[QUOTE=Master117;25479468]Another example would be french fries dipped in a milk-shake. Someone else told me about it and I thought it was strange until I tried it. The salty fries are a great contrast to the sweet shake. [/QUOTE] Oh wow, I read the thread title and immediately thought of this. Whenever I get food from Wendys, I always dip the fries in a frosty.
Bacon and Vanilla Iced Cream.
[quote]Another example would be french fries dipped in a milk-shake.[/quote] I love this. If you're in California, go to an In-N-Out burger to do this.
Anything with seven different kinds of hot sauce
Scrambled eggs and hot sauce. No lie.
Ketchup and Eggs. Fucking delicious.
Peanut Butter, Banana and Cheese Sandwich.
Ramen Minus water, plus sugar Smash it Jizz
[QUOTE=LolHuh;25479645]Scrambled eggs and hot sauce. No lie.[/QUOTE] This is how I make cafeteria eggs served at universities bearable.
pizza and maple syrup sounds REALLY good, i know... ... BUT IT'S NOT.
Cow dicks and pepper
Pizza with pineapple and ham. Everyone seems to think it's exotic.
Ritz Crackers + Chocolate Pudding It's jizztastic
Blood pudding + Mild Curry sauce Icecream + Dutch salted licorice
Celery and peanut butter. [img]http://images.drive.com.au/drive_images/Editorial/2005/12/14/15shtct2_leadimage.jpg[/img]
-sandwich composed of toasted bread w/ maple syrup and frosted flakes as the filling -maple fries: standard fries from the freezer that you'd normally cook in the oven, instead cook them in a pan on the stove with some maple syrup (and butter for lube) ^ both discovered when my friends and I were hammered drunk and mostly out of food when we went to my buddy's cabin
[QUOTE=Jacklus2.0;25479648]Peanut Butter, Banana and Cheese Sandwich.[/QUOTE] And deep fry that sucker.
Anything with Mint Sauce. Mint Jelly sucks.
curry rice with cheese
[img_thumb]http://willvideoforfood.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/american_cheese.jpg[/img_thumb] [B]+[/B] [img_thumb]http://www.news.wisc.edu/story_images/0000/0871/apple-slice.jpg[/img_thumb] Its fucking epic guys go try it now with any cheese, preferably the tasty sharp kind, not the soft kind.
Chocolate Chilli Chicken. I'm led to believe that it's not that popular in Australia but it's fucking incredible. Also my mate has theorized that any two foods that are good separately are certain to be good together and after months and months I'm yet to prove him wrong. Ideas?
Toasted pound cake and bacon sandwich.
peanut butter pizza with bacon it's fucking delicious beyond belief
[img]http://www.begacheese.com.au/images/stringer4.jpg[/img] + [img]http://colinjong.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/perth01p08.jpg[/img]
Yoghurt + sausage. Great combination even though many seem to dislike it
Cheese and chocolate.
A sauce made with half syrup and half tomato sauce/ketchup. Goes great with pork.
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