#87 Weird food combinations that only you love


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158 responses to “#87 Weird food combinations that only you love

  1. Vegemite, cheese and avocado on toast.

    Cheese and jam (jelly) is nice on toast, too.

    As for Cold Rock (cold stone), I love bubblegum ice cream with mini M&M’s and Nerds. Yum.

    • Scooter

      Cheese & Jelly on toast is my childhood favorite! It grosses out most people, but I still LOVE it!

      Also, I can’t wait to try your ice cream mixture – it sounds amazing!

    • Cheese and jam on fresh white bread with a generous amount of cold butter is also SO yummy! Or banana, peanut butter and honey. Or fetta cheese and honey on fresh Turkish bread. My husband likes bacon and marmalade. Before I became a vegetarian my absolute favourite pizza was bacon and banana. Go on, try it…

  2. I don’t know how I obtained them but one time in Grade 7 I had the oreo cookies, just the cookie parts, and leftover tuna from my sandwich or something and decided to eat them together. 12 year old me thought it was amazing! Six years later, I still haven’t tried it again… time to be adventurous I suppose.

  3. Elizabeth

    Grilled cheese with mustard…mmmmm….

  4. Alex

    barbeque sauce on practically anything, especially apple slices!

  5. Ruthie

    Ever since I was young, I’ve put ketchup in my macaroni and cheese. Good stuff! I had a friend who loved bologna and peanut butter sandwiches. Never quite understood that one.

    • Gonzo

      I’ve done the same. I also once added left over tater tots. It was pretty good.

    • Ah, yes… I too have done this. Happened by mistake the first time. I was having chicken nuggets and mac & cheese and some of the ketchup for the nuggets seeped over onto my cheesey goodness. I was young, I gave it a try, and I really liked it!

  6. Ginny Weasley

    Peanut butter on nacho cheese Doritos, don’t know what possessed me to try this one as a child but it’s really good! Think of it as being similar to those peanut butter cheese crackers, you know the orange ones, only better! Of course I’ll eat peanut butter on pretty much anything!

  7. Kim

    Equally awesome is finding someone who appreciates the awesomely unique combination!!!

  8. Melodie

    Mmmm pickle and cream cheese sandwiches. Every day for lunch through the first few years of elementary school. :)

    • Add a little lunch meat to that- salami or pastrami in particular are awesome. I use the meat as a foundation, smear it w/ cream cheese, add a spear of dill pickle and roll it up. Oh yeah!

  9. When I was in elementary school, the cafeteria would often serve a sugar cookie alongside a hamburger. I don’t know when or why, but I guess one day I decided to lift the bun and add the cookie to the patty. I loved it so much that I would watch the menu calendar to find out when I would get to taste it once again. It’s been many years since I’ve indulged in that particular combination, but just thinking about it makes my mouth water all over again.

  10. I love that so many people have already put their examples. (:

    Which is another awesome aspect of this already awesome thing – finding someone who likes the same weird food combination as you!

  11. Mustard on pizza. So yummy!

  12. GG

    Its really awesome. Only the creator can savour that taste…

  13. Tuna fish and plain Dannon yogurt. Makes me giddy. Makes everyone else want to throw up.

    • Julie

      Sounds delicious! Love yogurt instead of mayo on almost anything that has mayo in it. or instead of sour cream too… tart and yummy. try adding pickles and olives – two of the world’s most perfect foods.

  14. I like to put Ranch dressing and hot sauce on just about anything.
    I also like to put anything I can into a sandwich. If dinner will fit between 2 slices of bread, I’m super happy. Last night I had a steak and cheesey rice sandwich.

  15. Anya

    Potato chips and cottage cheese. I have my grandmother to thank for that one. Fifteen years later, and I still love it:)

  16. Mustard greens & pig tails. Yes I’m serious and yes I’m from the south.

  17. KrisfromParis!

    Chocolate spread (similar to Nutella) on olive bread -yum for the combined flavour of chocolate & olives…! oh, and also : liquid honey on goat cheese :D

  18. Jes

    1. Graham crackers and aerosol (sp?) spray cheese
    2. Cheese wiz and bread & butter pickles on saltines
    3. Poutine with vinegar
    4. Mashed potatoes with cheese, gravy, and cooked broccoli all mixed together.

    In summary: some tasty carb + cheese + something else that is tasty :)

  19. Jes

    Oh, and I totally agree that PB in a stir fry is really tasty. Try making the sauce PB + apple juice + soya sauce…. soooo good!

  20. jdurley

    Toast with Peanut butter, honey, and a cheese slice.

  21. wendy

    Grilled cheese with Canadian Maple Syrup.
    Vegie pizza smothered with artichoke and asiago dip.

  22. TMaryMack

    Don’t know when, but somehow I learned that marshmellows in salsa is amazing! I also love crackers with my icecream. Any salty/spicy & sweet will do it for me *awesome*

  23. wendy

    Bekah, do you see what I see in Monsieur’s pretzel:)

    • LOL… I actually have a pretzel picture in my smile folder from where we made our own chocolate covered pretzels the other day. I am just waiting for the right time to put it up. Good eye Wendy!

  24. Meghan

    Mustard on watermelon
    hot sauce on cheetos
    Pickles and peanut butter
    Peanutbutter cookies and ketchup
    Balogna and maple syrup
    Raisins ad cheese whiz

  25. AJ

    Two slices of toast that is so toasty it’s almost burned, a lot of mustard and BBQ sauce and sometimes (even though it’s seldomly around) just a splash of some sort of a light sandwich sauce.
    Pizza with salami or all inds of cheese & peanut butter is awesome too, especially if you add a littl bit of hot sauce to it. :)

  26. AnneMarie

    apple butter, sharp cheddar and a cracker like thing. not the most unique, but apple + cheddar rocks my world.

  27. Pizza and ranch dressing….

  28. Kathy

    Applesauce on/in most anything! For instance…

    spread on mashed potatoes like gravy
    dip fries in mixture of ketchup and applesauce
    stirred into veggie soup to thicken it (it thickens any soup into stew!)
    mixed with ketchup and stirred in mac-n-cheese
    dip for sandwiches, esp. grilled cheese
    topping any meat along with/instead of gravy
    stirred into pretty much any veggie, esp. potato dishes, corn, baked beans, or cabbage

    The only things which don’t accommodate applesauce are ice cream and cereal!

    • Scooter

      Oh Kathy… I knew someone out there must have the same obsession with applesauce that I do! My husband thinks I’m crazy when I dip my grilled cheese in it… I also love to dip pretzels or wheat thins in applesauce!

    • Mary

      Oh I love applesauce in plain yogurt with granola. Does that count as applesauce with cereal?

      • Kathy

        Sooooo cool that there are two others inthe world who appreciate the super food applesauce! I love to dip potato chips in applesauce, but I’ve never tried pretzels or crackers…that’s now on my to-do list, Scooter. :) It never occurred to me to use it on yogurt and granola. That absolutely counts as applesauce with cereal! Good one, Mary!

        Ya know, I’m convince I was a pretty healthy kid and still a healthy adult due to my consumption of applesauce. Anything apple really is awesome!

        • Francessca

          I Just adooore applesauce with random foods ! for instance , applesauce on pork chops or my all time FAVES applesauce with panda express’s sweet fire chicken smothered with honey…TO DIE FOR !!!!!

  29. Elysa

    mmmmmm strange foods! I don’t know if i can hold a candle to some of the things listed above, but a few of my favorites:
    1) Chocolate frosting on graham crackers (must be dipped in milk)
    2) Dunking an open faced peanut butter sandwich into a hot bowl of tomato soup
    3) Miracle whip on cottage cheese

    When I was little, my sister and i swore we didn’t like any salad dressing, except mom’s “special recipe”. I got older and found out it was ketchup mixed with miracle whip. yum! Now I just order 1000 island / russian.

  30. Julie

    Grilled dill pickle sandwiches with mustard and ketchup. This came from loving the warm pickles in McDonald’s cheeseburgers when I was a kid. Hated the meat, loved those pickles.

    And curried chicken salad with olives and avocado on raisin toast. Yummm.

  31. kaylee

    dipping nutella with pretzels. it’s like chocolate covered pretzels but 1037420 times better since nutella is just about the best spread there is! :D

  32. Marci

    My big brother and his friend made “odd” sandwiches and then tried them out on me. I still love peanut butter and sweet pickle sandwiches. My mouth is watering, just thinking about it.

  33. Vivian

    Ketchup mixed into rice. Especially chicken rice. Awwww yeahhh

  34. Gonzo

    Whenever I bought Lunchables as a kid, I randomly put the chocolate pudding on the slices of cheese. I found it to be quite delicious. Tried it again years later, and still awesome. Sharp cheddar is best.

  35. Risa

    When I was a kid, I had a peanut butter and pickle sandwich for lunch every day. It was delicious, AND no one ever tried to steal my lunch!

  36. Magda

    Did anyone else see that pretzel as a big heart shaped cookie with white chocolate chips?

    • wendy

      Oh sure! I see heart shapes everywhere! And I see a smiley face too:)
      My question is this~ Who is that masked man anyway~ is it The Lone Ranger, Batman’s buddy- Robin, Zorro or Don Juan De Marco…Just which masked-man-brand chunky peanut butter is that anyway?

      • Magda

        lol! Whoever he is, he just ran off with the pretzels! bye bye masked man whoever you are. ;)

        • Magda

          Of course if it were a cookie, well in that case I’d chase him down and tackle him. There’s nothing I love better than cookies with superhero peanut butter. You can’t be stealing those. mmm

          • wendy

            Now be honest Magda, you’re running after “C-hunky” mysterious super-hero…you know what I’m talking about~ right:)

            • wendy

              …I can hear the tackle and “touch-down…Monsieur Cabinet”, Non; Oui;)

              • Magda

                Lol, or, after a loud thump and slide as I tackle. . .”Señor C-hunky, Creo que usted tiene algo los míos” :)
                (Depends on the language of our masked cookie thief) ;)

                  • Magda

                    In a kinder, clear eyed country that tackle might look something like this (roles reversed clearly) ;)

                    Happy Christmas Wendy

                    • Oh, I’m fairly sure there’s some chivalry “here”!
                      *I hope you are surrounded by love and good cheer!
                      If you’re in the neighborhood, you know where to find us, right?!*
                      Happy Christmas to you too, Magda<3

                    • Magda

                      To your message below Wendy :)
                      Wonderful Christmas Eve chat with my very dear friend and realizing that I’m very, very out of this picture my dear! No more awesome blogging for me. I’m sorry, but I’ve got to go for good. Good luck with the rest of this countdown!!

                    • Magda

                      ‘chivalry’? na, just any excuse for a tackle and a kiss ;)

  37. Denise

    1. Sardines on saltines w/hot sauce & mustard…the best!!
    2. Ketchup mixed into pinto beans.
    3. Hot cornbread crumbled into a bowl, pour buttermilk over it and a sprinkle or 2 of sugar…my Dad turned me on to this combo(we are from the south)
    4. Mixing scrambled eggs into rice or grits for breakfast.

    @Marci…an old friend of mine once made a sandwich of sardines, bologna and cheese w/mustard, thought it was gross til I took a bite…asked him to make me one LOL

  38. English muffin and Tostitos cheese dip… yum!

  39. Cucumber, Peanut Butter and Mayonaise Sandwich…. mmmmmm. Unless you took it for lunch and it had sat for a few hours getting soggy. Yuck!

  40. I have a question for everyone who is about to comment or who has commented with their favourite combinations: WERE YOU ALL HIGH?!

    Lol =P

    • Kathy

      LOL! I wasn’t high. I remember exactly why my odd habit started: I had to clean my plate at meals, even eat foods I disliked. To manage that, I topped yuck foods with mmmm food applesauce. Realized then that it would be great on foods I love, too!

  41. Mary

    Peanut butter omelet. Yummm

  42. numb bum

    Gelled Pig’s feet with ketchup and vinegar.
    Ketchup and Jam on bacon and ham- dangit, on pretty much anything edible!

  43. Cat

    Peanut butter and marmalade on toast is the best breakfast! Orange marmalade is the standard although lemon is pretty good too. Me and my bro love it, we inherited our taste for it from our Dad. Not sure where he got it from though!

  44. Jenny

    1. Bananas and toast (wrap the banana in the toast like its a sausage)
    2. Mangos and rice
    and a newly discovered one
    3. Hashbrowns and vanilla ice cream


    • In Whistler, I once had a wrap with golden browned curried prawns, rice, mangos and a sweet sauce. It was so scrumptious! Think I’ll remake that one, one day soon. Thanks:)

  45. Ken

    Always lots of comments on the food Awesomes.

    Bless my mother, she’s the only one who ever made this, but spread peanut butter on one slice, mustard on the other, and a couple slices of balogna in between, and it takes me back to my youth every time. Yum!

  46. Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream with peanut butter! :-)

  47. Kraft Dinner made with tomato soup instead of milk, and add cut up weiners in it, then smear ketchup :) Yummy, cheesy tomato-y goodness :)

  48. Sus

    Chocolate and beer!

    • Ruthie

      My dad always liked the combination of chocolate cake and beer.

      • Kathy

        My best friend and I used to love donuts and beer! I still love cake, esp. choc. with beer.

        • Francessca

          Nothing says comfort like Mama’s famous chocolate cake soaked in budwiser ….she was a drunk …she had a problem ….so instead of drinking alcohol , she soaked our food in it and used it to cook with…..yeeee

  49. Katie

    mac and cheese with applesauce!

  50. @Magda~ “We all take different paths in life, but no matter where we go, we take a little of each other everywhere.” Tim McGraw.
    “A friend is someone who knows the song in your heart and can sing it back to you when you have forgotten the words.”~ Author unknown.
    Been good fun “singing” with you.
    No on will hold a *miracle avatar* candle to you.
    Happy trails, Magda. Peace out <3

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