One fun fact about myself is that I am known for eating weird things that have been surprisingly good – a saltine cracker with a mini dark chocolate bar. Tastes like a chocolate-covered pretzel or salted dark chocolate.
It gets weirder, though.
I’ve also mixed peanut butter on my chips for a sweet and salty treat, ritz crackers with jelly and cheese, croutons salads (as in no lettuce – just croutons, additives, and dressing), brown mustard on my fried rice, and shrimp chips with sharp cheddar cheese. The weirdest thing of all (or so I’ve been told) is that I have eaten corned beef hash with ketchup, shredded cheese, and bacon bits – a mixture my mom has told me once resembled dog food. I don’t eat it that way anymore, but I can’t explain why I liked it – I just know it tasted good.
Han’s pretty normal when it comes to food since he’s a bit pickier than I am when it comes to what he’ll eat. While he’s definitely had some unique meals that you typically would not, he’s pretty clean cut when it comes to food combinations. Although I used to find it weird that he’d eat hot dogs with ketchup. 😉
Now that I’ve shared my deepest, darkest, food combination secrets, it’s time you hear from some of our other readers regarding what’s the weirdest food combinations they’ve had.
What’s a weird food combination you’ve had recently?
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“Peanut butter and Doritos sandwich.”
– Natalie, @simplynatters
“I had kangaroo in Australia. It was rather normal with fries, but it’s a very fat-free meat. It is so lean that it really has no taste by itself and needs sauces and sides to have a flavor.” – Anthony, VernaLaw
What about you? What’s the weirdest food combination you’ve had and enjoyed?