• Weird food combinations that are suprisingly good
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Carbonated water and instant lemonade. Since I got a SodaStream for Christmas, I made a bottle full of carbonated water, then dumped two packs of Country Time instant lemonade into it. It fizzed up and got all over the kitchen, but the product it came out with was [I]delicious.[/I]
[QUOTE=SNNS-SEAN;33927998]Carbonated water and instant lemonade. Since I got a SodaStream for Christmas, I made a bottle full of carbonated water, then dumped two packs of Country Time instant lemonade into it. It fizzed up and got all over the kitchen, but the product it came out with was [I]delicious.[/I][/QUOTE] Is that thing really worth it? I might get it.
Lemon plus water
Vinegar Brown Sugar Motts clamato Tomato Worscershire sauce Other stuff Delicious salsa.
I like to eat a bite of chocolate then pepperoni. It sounds fucked up but it's really good.
I know someone's said this before, but... Ketchup and macaroni.
Toast with cheese wiz and jelly
Tuna, hash browns, and peas
[QUOTE=CrispexOps;34025243]I like to eat a bite of chocolate then pepperoni. It sounds fucked up but it's really good.[/QUOTE] I couldn't agree with you more.
Chicken and caramel sauce.
raw Carrots/carrot sticks dipped in gravy.
strawberries and balsamic vinegar
[QUOTE=mike;34240717]strawberries and balsamic vinegar[/QUOTE] Sweet and sour? :P
Ice cream in pasta But it gave me diarrhea for 3 days
I'm not sure about anyone else, but the other day I had Chips and Custard. Half way to Fish fingers and custard I guess. Though you can't taste the chips because the custard is so sweetly overwhelming.
I just tried a toasted onion bagel, smeared with hummus and layered with an egg and spinach. It's really good.
big mac sauce and grape jelly sandwich
Apples and Milk
Sunny D and Rum. Yum, yum.
I suppose it isn't too weird, but I mix Sriracha, ketchup, and a tiny bit of mayonnaise to make a fantastic fry dipping sauce.
Marmalade on cheese when you make toast. Any real Swedish person knows this by heart, but I'm surprised by how many people outside of Sweden who finds the idea strange. As well as jam on cheese when you make toast. [editline]21st February 2012[/editline] Meatball sandwiches with American dressing. [editline]21st February 2012[/editline] Sorry but this part is going to be in Swedish, too many ingredients that I simply don't know the synonyms for in English... Smörgåsrån + Baconost passade väldigt bra. Digestive och Baconost passade däremot inte lika bra, men fortfarande ätbart. När jag var typ 6 år och gick på fritids när jag var min lärare väldigt förtjust i en ganska underlig kombination också... Han tyckte väldigt mycket om mackor med skivad gurka och grillkrydda. Jag kommer inte ihåg om han kanske hade leverpastej under också. I vilket fall, så kommer jag ihåg att det var väldigt gott.
Bacon coated in brown sugar topped with whipped cream= fucking awesome.
[QUOTE=Simski;34800525]Marmalade on cheese when you make toast. Any real Swedish person knows this by heart, but I'm surprised by how many people outside of Sweden who finds the idea strange. As well as jam on cheese when you make toast. [editline]21st February 2012[/editline] Meatball sandwiches with American dressing. [editline]21st February 2012[/editline] Sorry but this part is going to be in Swedish, too many ingredients that I simply don't know the synonyms for in English... Smörgåsrån + Baconost passade väldigt bra. Digestive och Baconost passade däremot inte lika bra, men fortfarande ätbart. När jag var typ 6 år och gick på fritids när jag var min lärare väldigt förtjust i en ganska underlig kombination också... Han tyckte väldigt mycket om mackor med skivad gurka och grillkrydda. Jag kommer inte ihåg om han kanske hade leverpastej under också. I vilket fall, så kommer jag ihåg att det var väldigt gott.[/QUOTE] I've never heard of American Dressing, I looked it up and it's something like big mac sauce apparently.
[QUOTE=jaredop;34820950]I've never heard of American Dressing, I looked it up and it's something like big mac sauce apparently.[/QUOTE] [img]http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-S7rG3n7Ko7k/TVQ2PXV9nFI/AAAAAAAAAUI/f7L0Un5RN2A/s1600/amerikanskdressing.jpg[/img] Kinda hard to find the proper translation for this :v: [editline]23rd February 2012[/editline] But yeah... looking up "big mac sauce", that seems to be the same thing I'm referring to.
If any of you are wondering what it's like to mix instant lemonade with ginger ale, kill yourself now. It's terrible.
cum on top of cookies
I think I'm going to try a lot of things in this thread....
French Cheese Toasties? It's like making regular toasties but you use slices of french toast for the bread. You'll most likely need a knife and a fork to eat it, depending if you manage to toast it properly or not. Fucking delicious with some garlic and chicken salt mixed in.
Green beans and ketchup. Tastes like cheese sorta.
Beef Ramen and Parmesan cheese.
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