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    Arcesso pulli gingerios! Eldanen's Avatar
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    Peanut Butter & Honey? MMmm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Nothing particular, but I tend to mix appetizers, entrees, main courses and desserts all together. I have no problem with taking one bit of pizza, when the next one is chocolate mousse and then go back to the pizza
    I do that too - need one flavour to neutralise another as it were.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eldanen View Post
    Peanut Butter & Honey? MMmm.
    Mm..that sounds pretty good, actually

    Taco 'burger'- instead of a tortilla, I use a hamburger bun. Haven't done it in a long while, but it's pretty tasty

    I've topped plain cereal like Cheerios or Cornflakes with strawberry-banana Jello-O powder [I still love it ]
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    Quote Originally Posted by StoryOfMyLife View Post
    We all have them or have tried them! I'm curious to know...what is something that you have mixed together and absolutely love but someone else thinks is completely disgusting? Or maybe you've been called weird because of it?

    Green olives dipped into Cool Whip...
    Hard to beat that one, but I've heard of a dish of bananas and endive that sounds so odd I've never had the nerve to try it.

    I've eaten pasta with tuna, raisins and pine nuts (old Roman dish) that was OK.
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    Peanut butter and pickle sandwich, but it has to be those sweet pickle chips. It's actually much better than it sounds.
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    I don't know if anyone has said this, but, chocolate covered raisins and movie popcorn. Yum-eh. x)
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    My mom likes a dill pickle with a brownie.

    A friend who lived in Thailand for a few years developed a liking for mangoes with hot peppers.
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    Pumpkin milkshake

    Avocado ( ripe chunks ), ground cooked carrots, in my spaghetti sauce, spiced with Sage, Celery salt, and garlic.

    New Orleans Cajun spiced Guatamalan ( very tender ) Broccoli, with a touch of chipotle sauce and a touch of Sesame oil, served up with sliced chicken breast or fish.

    Tangerine juice mixed with a little grapefruit and sweetener.

    Rhubarb ( soft and cooked ) and real Vanilla milkshake.

    Sea scallops sauteed with extremely fine Basil, and braised sweet peppers and asparagus.

    Making pesto with nuts other than Pine nuts.

    Pizza with chopped hard boiled egg, chopped hearts of palm and diced chicken, and greens as toppings.

    Shaping cooked pasta and using it to make sculptures that harden.

    I remember reading about a dish ( which, unlike these others listed here, I haven't tried yet ) that consisted of a squid that was poached in its own ink.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuranes View Post
    Pumpkin milkshake

    Avocado ( ripe chunks ), ground cooked carrots, in my spaghetti sauce, spiced with Sage, Celery salt, and garlic.

    New Orleans Cajun spiced Guatamalan ( very tender ) Broccoli, with a touch of chipotle sauce and a touch of Sesame oil, served up with sliced chicken breast or fish.

    Tangerine juice mixed with a little grapefruit and sweetener.

    Rhubarb ( soft and cooked ) and real Vanilla milkshake.

    Sea scallops sauteed with extremely fine Basil, and braised sweet peppers and asparagus.

    Making pesto with nuts other than Pine nuts.

    Pizza with chopped hard boiled egg, chopped hearts of palm and diced chicken, and greens as toppings.

    Shaping cooked pasta and using it to make sculptures that harden.

    I remember reading about a dish ( which, unlike these others listed here, I haven't tried yet ) that consisted of a squid that was poached in its own ink.



    Some of those I'd be willing to try...

    I'll pass on the squid, though o.o;
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orizien View Post
    Peanut butter and pickle sandwich, but it has to be those sweet pickle chips. It's actually much better than it sounds.

    LOOOOOOOVE those. Plus peanut butter, jam and sliced cheese sandwiches. I wouldn't recommend blue cheese, but cheddar works well

    Soft boiled egg with grainy sweet german mustard
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