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What is the strangest food combination you've ever tried and liked?


Yesterday my son wanted raspberry jam to dip his carrots in. I thought surely he would not like it, but he did. That said, I once had a strange craving for a blueberry and carrot milkshake.

 

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    Shannon (shanmarie) 4 years ago

    Yeah....I think you just won the strange award. ;)


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    Shannon (shanmarie) 4 years ago

    Oh my! If I were your wife, you'd certainly be in trouble for daring to bring me that concoction! First of all, not a fan of hot peppers unless mixed with something like salsa. Second, pickle juice is not a very tasty flavor by itself either. LOL


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    Shannon (shanmarie) 4 years ago

    I think I'll pass on the magic beans! LOL

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    Shannon (shanmarie) 4 years ago

    Yes, I would say that is strange. . .however, they do make peanut butter and cheese crackers.

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    Shannon (shanmarie) 4 years ago

    My first impulse is to say that doens't sound good, but then it might not be that different from pineapple and ham on a pizza. Thanks for sharing!


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    Shannon (shanmarie) 4 years ago

    I've put green beans, peas, and/or carrots in my macaroni and cheese. Never even occurred to me to try corn.

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    Shannon (shanmarie) 4 years ago

    I'll dip french fries in vanilla ice cream or shakes, too. I've not tried apples and salt, but the sweet and salty kind of makes sense. I"m not a big salt fan, though. . .maybe something salty like caramel instead.

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    Susan Zutautas (Just Ask Susan) 4 years ago

    1 cup of mayonnaise, 1 tbs. of sweet pickle relish, 1 tbs. minced onion, 1 tbs. lemon juice, salt and pepper to taste. Mix it all together and you have a pretty good tarter sauce.


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