Discussion in 'Off Topic Abyss' started by Lynch, Mar 7, 2010.
French fries and chocolate chip cookies together.
I like macaroni cheese with tomato ketchup. After all, pasta and tomatoes go together.
Bread with chocolate bar
Toast with butter and sugar
I'm told chocolate and chilli is a thing, and you can get chocolate bars with chilli in them. I haven't had those, but dark chocolate after an Indian curry or other hot, spicy meal is great
Going way back in the thread, french fries with mayo is something I first had in Germany, served with schnitzel. Lovely!
Also in Germany, (I spent 3 years there), I had German Alt Bier (dark beer), served in a tall glass with strawberries in the bottom. You were given a long-handled spoon to get to the strawberries. Delicious, and surprisingly filling!
I watched a documentary about Central American native civilizations like the Mayans and the Aztecs and I think I recall them mentioning something about how they put chili peppers in their cocoa. I've tried it with hot chocolate and it's not bad at all. They blend quite well, with the bitterness of the chocolate (depending on the amount of cocoa, usually) and the spiciness of the peppers being a match made in heaven.
My girlfriend had a wild craving once and decided to put a thin layer of ketchup over her pancakes.
Basic pancakes alone are damned insipid most of the time, and I can imagine something derivative of tomatoes going over something like that, but... To each their own. lol
I used to mix brown sugar and white sugar together and put it on toast and butter when I was a kid. I had a wicked sweet tooth... still do.
My sister ate mustard and butter sandwiches. My dad had a penchant for Carnation Evaporated milk on sugared fresh fruit and (separately, not together) soft boiled eggs. I have carried on that tradition. I like bacon and grape jelly sandwiches and cocktail sauce instead of tartar sauce when eating fish.
How about about peanut butter and mayonnaise sandwiches ?
Or PB & dill pickle sandwiches ?
I've heard a few people claiming to eat them but never actually seen it happen. Elusive like a Sasquatch sighting...you hear about it but unless you actually see it for yourself....
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