What is the weird combination you do with food?
March 24, 2013 6:52am CST
When I did not know that I was lactose intolerant yet, I would usually have a sandwich in my bag. I make this every morning before going to work. This is only for emergency purposes when I don't have time to grab some food from the building's cafeteria. This is made of cheese, peanut butter and any fruit jam. My colleagues would look at me indifferently whenever I told them what was it I am eating.lol. What is yours?
26 Mar 13
That's too bad. Here too my saliva is starting to flood haha thinking of green mangoes with shrim paste. And well I can find green mangoes everywhere, Lucky me. Will send u some through UPS hehe, but it might reach then the mango is already ripe. lol xx
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28 Mar 13
I've got two and they aren't that bad. Sometimes, I get waffles and bake them with a little butter on them. I don't let them get too hard, just lightly toasted and I put peanut butter on them and make sandwiches..I also make macaroni and cheese and put beef-flavored gravy in it and mix it up..I did that so much when I was pregnant that my son won't even eat mac and cheese..
24 Mar 13
Hello there, this is a good discussion. Well I personally eat bread with some peanut butter and cheddar cheese or cream cheese, my mom used to prepare that stuff for us when I was young. The funny thing is, most people who know especially my cousins, find my taste weird since I tend to eat almost any food. I enjoy eating fried bananas, that I dip in tomato ketchup, put ice-cream in a loaf of bread (ice-cream sandwich, and probably my trademark is that I love spicy and hot foods, so I would usually add some pepper or hot sauce to my foods, even to my lunch time meal, like sprinkling some pepper to my soup or rice.
24 Mar 13
We do that in my country too, ice cream inside a bun instead of loaf bread. I never ate hotdog when I was young. It was only until high school that I lived in a dormitory where I started eating hotdogs and I was so surprised with my schoolmates mixing ketchup and soy sauce. Your fried banana dipped on a ketchup is more interesting. You know what, we produce banana ketchup back home. You might want to just have that. Happy mylotting Ghajini.:)
24 Mar 13
I can have some weird sandwiches, too. Sometimes I just spread a really thin layer of margarine on my bread, and then put powder spice/seasonings on them :D. Also, I sometimes put boiled cabbage on my butter bread :D. Oh, and I eat wafel with jam and whipped cream... some people are legit disgusted by this combo :D.
30 Mar 13
Oh yeah, that sounds really something I won't eat too.lol. It is funny to know how each one has his or her own peculiar food experimentation. This explains why each nationality would also have its own kind of cooking and eating stuff that others don't even consider as food. There is also this weird smelling food in each country. Asian food would have a lot but it does not mean that I could stand all of them as they do to my country's nice smelling cuisine.:)
28 Mar 13
Sometime i make, peanut sauce with rice and egg, tempeh (soy cake) made into chicken nugget like, with flour bread crumbs n stuff. Taco like food with wheat tortilla, and filling from egg, cheese, and milk, flour and butter (roux or rue), my simple pizza, flour and milk as bread, baked at the stove (kinda middle eastern bread) and garlic powder, tomato ketchup, scrambled eeg, hot dog (sausage) and grinded cheese at the top.
8 Apr 13
My weirdest combination is something Anthony Bourdain would kill me for. It is ketchup on everything. Fried, soups, roasted, baked, meats, fish, veggies, poultry, hot, cold. I haven't tried it on drinks yet. I just love the tangy taste! It uplifts the taste of the food, or so I think. Hehe!