Food combinations that don't sound good but actually are


#21

yeah i’ve tried this but since mayonnaise burns at a lower temp than butter, i prefer having a much more toasted outside at a higher temp. also i think the grease level is kinda ridiculous lol but power to those who enjoy it


#22

Do what makes ya happy first, imo.


#23

anyways to actually contribute to the thread, a dash of salt on most sweet fruits is absolutely great. watermelon especially


#24

Pineapple on pizza


#25

I make people wince whenever I say how I enjoy putting more milk in my kraft dinner mac and cheese and putting in a lot of ketchup or barbecue sauce, alog with hot dogs. Pretty cheap and easy, it’s alright.


#26

My Mom likes a slice of American Cheese in her grape jelly sandwich. Though I guess cheese and fruit isn’t that weird.

Doritos pairs well with chocolate. That’s… that’s all I got.


#27

Dill pickles on pizza. Make sure to slice them thin, and squeeze out as much liquid as you can.


#28

Boxed mac and cheese are my prime experimentation platforms. Sometimes I add some fried eggs to get some protein in there. The ketchup/bbq sauce is new to me, but I could see that being good.


#29

if we have Jalapenos i always add them to my mac and cheese but i also like when there that yellow cheese liqouid that you can get with the extra milk but it has to be drinkin fast or else its taste bad


#30

My brother and to some extent me likes to eat sweet things like cakes with sweet chilli sauce. I think the combo of spice and sweetness pairs well I guess. It also goes super well with French toast.


#31
  • Pan fried haloumi cheese and asparagus. It’s become a staple any night veggies are a part of the meal :yum:

  • Salt sprinkled on tomatoes. No one ever does it but it’s so good!

  • vita-wheat style biscuits with Vegemite and tomato. Similar to the one above I guess, as Vegemite is salty as. One for us Aussies!


#32

Sometimes I’ll do peanut butter on burgers instead of cheese. It’s weirdly good, especially if there’s bacon in the mix.


#33

At some point I had no jam so I made a peanut butter and spicy ketchup sandwich, and I love it now.


#34

my sister is a big fan of mixing chocolate chips in with her potato chips.


#35

ChefLuBu is 100% right - just tell the haters that if they’ve ever had a grilled cheese out, there’s a good chance that it was all mayo’d up on the outside!


#36

I know we’ve all been putting bacon in everything for a while, and it’s probably axiomatic by now that bacon makes just about everything better. But: I have recently taken to baking granola using bacon grease instead of oil. This is particularly great on top of ice cream and also super good mixed with fruit and yogurt.


#37

That’s like a standered type of burger here in socal


#38

Do both. There’s a place in Newcastle that does cheese, peanut butter, and bacon jam on a double burger. It’s the best thing in the world.


#39

Strawberries + sour cream + brown sugar.

Actually it sounds good on paper but whatever.


#40

This used to be my family’s go-to strawberry eating mode when I was a kid. It’s so good! A little bit of crunch + sweet + creamy… mmmm.