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Old 05-07-2016, 04:12 AM   #13
agouderia
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Some weird combos appeal to more than one person ...

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Originally Posted by squeezablysoft View Post
ketchup on scrambled eggs
Ketchup on eggs seems to be a trend - mine is ketchup on poached eggs...

In the ketchup line - a weird favorite of mine I've only found in Belgium&NL and most people find odd to icky are Heinz Ketchup flavored potato chips (from Lay's).

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Originally Posted by daedal View Post
Chili powder on ice cold watermelon provides a delicious contrast.
Ice cold watermelon with feta cheese and pink pepper would be my variation to that one...

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Originally Posted by FreeThinker View Post
Liverwurst (I prefer fine over coarse for this application) and pickle (sour, Polish dill pickle such as Polski Ogorki by Bick's) on a buttered piece of very firm rye bread (the chewy kind you could almost use to drive nails)
That actually is a Central/Eastern European staple, down to the coarse hard rye bread. My grandma often made that as my school lunch sandwich - and imo especially US made Liverwurst needs the pickles because it has a weird creamy dryness.

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Grilled cheese sandwiches made with brie.
Love that one too! Great with cranberry or cowberry sauce.


A childhood favorite snack from the US that grew up with me and all my European friends consider beyond weird is peanut butter on celery sticks or apple slices.
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