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    I've noticed that I like combining some foods that other people find odd; for example, I sprinkle parmesan on yoghurt (yum), I like grapes with toast (don't ask why), cheese and cherries, also things like tofu with apricots.

    Here's another one I discovered recently. :drool:



    Strange, I know, but I've heard there are even stranger food combination preferences out there. Feel free to share yours. :cool:
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    Rice and melted cheese. :sogood:

    I like it anyway.
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    If I have chappatis left over from the night before I love having them with instant noodles.
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    (Original post by Holby_fanatic)
    Rice and melted cheese. :sogood:

    I like it anyway.
    I like that one too!
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    (Original post by meenu89)
    If I have chappatis left over from the night before I love having them with instant noodles.
    That seems like a lot of carbs. :eek:
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    Cheese and Jam sandwiches! Combination of the sweet jam with tangy, savoury cheese is delicious - even better as a toasted sandwich. A real treat to enjoy when I was younger. I think I might just go and have one now as well!
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    I've been known to put honey and marmalade on toast at the same time :cool:
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    (Original post by Joshalos)
    Cheese and Jam sandwiches! Combination of the sweet jam with tangy, savoury cheese is delicious - even better as a toasted sandwich. A real treat to enjoy when I was younger. I think I might just go and have one now as well!

    Yes, but even better is toasted cheese with (smooth) peanut butter and Branston pickle! I was trying to concoct the most revolting toastie I could and came up with this, but it's wonderful!!!
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    (Original post by ageshallnot)
    Yes, but even better is toasted cheese with (smooth) peanut butter and Branston pickle! I was trying to concoct the most revolting toastie I could and came up with this, but it's wonderful!!!
    :rofl: Sounds astonishing!
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    Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles, they were serving this at a diner in New York.
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    I like that one too!
    You are the only other person I know who likes it. :five:

    I tried chocolate spread and chicken once. That wasn't too bad.
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    Chocolate and crisps.

    I can't remember whether the flavour of the crisps is significant.
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    Pickled onion mnster munch and penutbutter sandwich mmmmm
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    Pizza and ice cream.
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    strawberry trifle with lightly salted tortilla chips, best thing ever it really adds something to it.
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    rice and bananas!
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    One of my house mates from last year would make a toasted bagel with Jam, Ham and Cheese.
    Mine would probably be sweet eggs and fried bread as a common one.
    Cooking does sometimes end up more similar to potion making for me
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    Peanut butter and honey on toast :sexface:

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    I don't know if this is that unusual, but I sometimes put ketchup in my cheese sandwiches.
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    (Original post by Emma122)
    strawberry trifle with lightly salted tortilla chips, best thing ever it really adds something to it.
    Lol, I find that one hard to imagine! :eek:
 
 
 
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