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Friday, July 17, 2009

Strange Tastes

I have to admit my tastes in some things can be odd, but let’s leave fashion for another day and talk about food.  The following are a few of my favorite combinations that some people might find strange, but I say don’t knock ‘em until you’ve tried them:

  • Mayonnaise and ketchup:  technically this isn’t that odd since I hear it might be the base of a certain secret sauce, but I’m not certain of this.
  • cheese and peanut butter: this is great on sandwiches obviously and it is especially good with cheddar or coby jack cheese.
  • tortilla chips on sandwiches: tortillas chips gave my sandwiches a delightful crunch and texture that’s hard to resist.
  • ranch dressing in oatmeal: it’s also good in rice, likewise soy sauce tastes good in both.
  • cheerios in yoghurt:  well people put granola in yogurt, why not an oat based cereal?
  • cold spaghetti sandwich: leftover spaghetti is great in a sandwich, especially if you use garlic bread.  If you’d prefer it warm, I’d suggest heating it up in a skillet with some olive oil.
  • pickles and avocado:  again on a sandwich or in wraps.  I guess you could say I have a thing for sandwiches.  They’re quick and portable.

Now if this list made you cringe, get some guts and go for it.  In this world it’s okay to try new things, it makes you a more confident and creative person.  And those of you who either think some of them actually look tasty to you or you’ve already tried them before, rock on.  Or should I say eat on.

1 comment:

  1. wow, i've never tried any of those! i guess i'm pretty conservative when it comes to trying new food...

    p.s. "wellies" are like rain boots in the uk (short for wellington boots)


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