#449 – Hydrazine

You are what you eat. My wife has a dish that she loves that I fondly refer to as “crap pasta.” It’s comfort food from her childhood, a mixture of noodles, tomato soup and cheddar cheese. What’s your favorite weird food combo?

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  1. J says:

    Triscuits with gummyworms.

    they’re chewy, they’re crunchy, they’re sweet, they’re salty, all at the same time.

  2. Marie says:

    Definitely grapes and macaroni and cheese. Not separated though, mixed together.

  3. Victor says:

    Nerutral cereals, strawberry jam, chcoco powder and milk.

  4. birdie says:

    pb&j with potato chips was a favorite growing up, with or without bread. as a college student, its still a standby when i don’t have any bread around.
    currently i love a mix of cottage cheese and sour cream with various fruits and nuts and spices. however, i grew up eating a number of traditional ethnic foods which can be pretty weird.

  5. Eric says:

    Being in college, I sometimes cook maccaroni, mix in mushroom soup, pork and beans, and maybe a slice of cheese. It’s weird.

  6. Jay Cobb says:

    Fried eggs, put plain yellow mustard on top, and then chop it up with a fork….

    It looks like vomit but tastes like…. heaven…..

    (p.s. if you are feeling rather adventurous it does rather good on pancakes)

  7. Aleksandr says:

    Powerthirst! ROCKET EDITION!

    I put mayo on my fries once, being half asleep. Wasn’t bad – but I suppose you can put anything on fries.

  8. Saigus says:

    Salad Sandwiches. make a salad get a breadroll stick ’em together and you have a meal to go. Did I mention you can call it a sammich?

  9. Zeusandhera says:

    White Rice, Tomato Soup, and Scrambled eggs with a lot of Salt and Sugar.

    Also when I make pizza I throw whatever edible (often expired) ingredients I have in my fridge on it. Like seaweed, (veggie) corndogs, mashed potatoes, and hard-boiled eggs to name a few.

  10. Phil says:

    Chicken top ramen nuked to porridge consistency with some salsa & kraft sliced cheese. I call it vomit ramen.

  11. Molnek says:

    Bologna and cheese whiz, then I’ll stick it in the microwave for like 20 seconds.

  12. Cauliflower florets with rubbed with good-tasting nutritional yeast.

  13. Ugh. If I’m making grammatical mistakes that simple, it’s definitely time for bed. G’night.

  14. Micah says:

    He doesn’t seem to like them.

  15. stonehydra says:

    it’s not that weard but some times i have bin to indulge in a green tea flote. basicly ice cream in rilly hot green tea, and it’s not quite right if the ice cream is left too long and melts.

  16. Imaginary says:

    Chicken nuggets (or fingers, whichever is available), dipped in frosties or pudding.

  17. Ashtar says:

    probably the weirdest thing i’ve eaten was: pb&j sandwhich with the following inside; oreos, flaming hot cheetos, doritos, ketchup, mustard, bologna, and i think chocolate pudding

  18. Nikki says:

    First thing that came to mind?

    Power Thirst! Rocket Edition XDD And I notice I’m not the only one. ^^

    I have to say, while my grandma thinks my odd love of Doritos and Cottage cheese (which lowers the extra cheesiness) that my weirdest would be vanilla ice cream ON pepperoni pizza. *is hungry now*

  19. Jacob says:

    Pizza sandwiches. I make them out of the leftovers any time I make a pizza. Pizza sauce, whatever cheese I used, mushrooms, garlic, green peppers, and pepperoni on bread.

  20. mr_mop says:

    “International readers! 10 euros.”

    Since when is the Euro the only other currency?

  21. Foment says:

    During high school we were able to buy a cup of Nacho cheese with fries, I usually had a bit of the cheese left, which lead to the realization that Nacho cheese on Oreos is delicious.

    Also, wrapping a cheeseburger in a slice of pepperoni pizza is quite good.

  22. Seraphine says:

    My fav weird food combo is
    peanut butter on vegetarian
    chili. Just a spoonful, like others
    might dollop a spoon of sour cream
    or tablespoon of cheese and onions.

  23. Mark says:

    A little like Seraphine, I like a peanut butter sandwich with a bowl of chili or bean with bacon soup. As in, put the sandwich into the bowl, then pour the soup over it. Soupy bready peanutty goodness!

  24. Vincent says:

    It turns out that two of these three components together equal disaster, but all three work out fairly well (although extremely salty) to me when combined: instant mashed potatoes, corned beef hash, and tomato soup. If cooked correctly it should look like vomit with a hint of blood. X-(

  25. DracoZereul says:

    ANYTHING with Ranch Dressing. Trust me on this, if it isn’t sweet or sugary, I’ve put ranch on it or plan to.
    Something about the flavor of Ranch, mixed into whatever I’m eating, just satisfies me in a way nothing else can.

  26. Reg says:

    I like yok noddles with a cut-up porkchop and a boiled egg (all in the same bowl) covered with ketchup and soy sauce! In fact, I just had it last night! I have no idea where this concoction came from…

  27. Jason says:

    My childhood comfort food was condensed mushroom soup mixed with ground beef, served on hamburger buns. Until I was in my mid-twenties I thought this was normal “sloppy joes”.

  28. Chris says:

    Aww mr_mop that was just an example. Some readers might not have realized that the exchange rate is in their favor.

  29. Pineapple rings on bagels. Those two foods were made to go together, I swear. The hole in the pineapple and the hole in the bagel line up perfectly. Ideal on camping trips: toast the bagel, roast the pineapple, slap them together and eat.

  30. Morzikei says:

    the omellette that has anything I can find in it – cheese, peas, some sausage, weenies, milk, five kinds of spices and three kinds of sauce – plus it had to have ketchup put in the dough even before cooking. sadly, now I don’t think I could it some again… probably due to the lack of products required for such a “meal”

    oh, and I see you’ve moved from just two words per comic strip to two words per comic strip based on rockets… nice

  31. josh says:

    50$ just to chose your own comic
    thats a bit much

  32. Jackson says:

    If drinks count, then a glass of Dr. Pepper and milk is probably my weird food of choice. It’s not actually so weird when you think of ice cream floats, and it’s also pretty tasty.

    But if only solid food counts, then I like to cook some beef and rice, and crumble up cheez-its into the mix. Maybe add some onions sometimes. But yeah, the important thing is the cheez-its.

  33. Bullfrogg says:

    Umm, I like to dip my peanut butter and jelly sandwitch into tomato soup if I have both at the same time. I couldn’t tell you why I like it. The flavors never mix and you always taste sech seperate food.

  34. Magical Nurse Ban says:

    Rice and hot dogs…Mac and cheese with spam…maybe that not THAT wired…

  35. The Scarf says:

    I always liked cream cheese and jam on saltine crackers. It’s a nummy snack!

    I’m in CANADA!!! WOOT!

  36. kenshin620 says:

    chinese noodle soup with rice. Ok, not weird, but my family thinks it’s weird that I put rice in a dish that already has noodles in it.

  37. Nikuru says:

    Peanut butter and american cheese has always been a favorite when I’m feeling down. Mmm, in fact, I think I’ll go make one now!

  38. fourcircledsun says:

    Weirdest thing I ever ate was when I was a kid and my brother told me i’d get a dollar if I ate a sandwitch with one of everything from the fridge on it, from jelly and creamcheese, to all the deli meats and fruits combined.

    Took one bite and threw it out the window (literally)

  39. Evilness says:

    My favorite food is french fry po-boys(sandwiches), but it actually pretty common around here (here being southern Louisiana.) French fries + Beef gravy+ Mayo(on French bread)= messy deliciousness!
    More on poboys here.

  40. Hanii Puppy says:

    Burger Roll with chocolate-fudge.

    actually tastes quite nice ^_^

  41. Devi says:

    one time i went to the cafeteria to get a salad, but they were out of crutons so i got a little…creative. i ended up with teriyaki chicken, spicy cheetos, nutrigrain, and raspberry vinigarette salad. i must say it was quite tasty, and best of all my friends didn’t try and mooch my lunch like they normally do (^^).

  42. monkeydude says:

    Veggy burger with cream cheese and salad, in a bun. (it actually tastes good)

  43. Zulu says:

    Most likely it would be Ritz Crackers and Mini-marshmallows. It’s so good you make little sandwiches out of it and just eat’um. For some reason it just really good with sweet flavor and buttery flavor. By the way those look really hard to eat.

  44. trevor says:

    Weird food combination? Never really had one, I just eat the food weirdly. Like raw ramen, easy mac with two chesse packets, frozen soda inside regular soda.

  45. nell says:

    Basically what you call “crap pasta” is your wife’s version of homemade spaghettios… mmmm skeddios no wonder its a childhood comfort food.

    I guess the weirdest food I make is the “dad’s meat sandwich” it’s only hard salami, spin blend “salad dressing” (not mayo, not miracle whip) and wheat bread… yeah not much to it, you think I would want it on white bread with some sort of vegetable or other meats and cheeses. And I guess its not that weird, but I guess I don’t eat much of weird combinations of foods.

  46. PsychoDuck says:

    I’m not sure I like many weird combos. Putting onion rings on burgers is pretty good, though. But since the onion rings often arrive before the burgers, there’s rarely any left to go on the sandwich 😀

    The Duck Has Spoken.

  47. Someone from a location says:

    Ah, thank you psycho duck, you reminded me that I’ll put fries on my burgers, not onion rings though, I hate thosse.
    I’ll also put bacon on my hot dogs.

  48. Reina Sweet says:

    I have a list, and my food desires are as though I were always pregnant…
    Hot Dogs + Cheese + Chocolate
    Vanilla Ice Cream + Pickles
    Cupcakes + Barbecue Sauce
    Eggs + Ketchup
    Refried Beans + Sour Cream + Hot Sauce + Blue Berries
    Chicken Breast (grilled, not fried) + Sour Cream + Strawberries
    Sour Cream (just)
    Coffee + Lemonade
    and the list goes on.

  49. Flinn says:

    I love a sandwich made with saurkraut on one side, mashed up pickled plum on the other (just a thin layer, mind you- that stuff’s strong!). In the middle we have rice and tempeh fried in a pesto sauce, and a few leaves of lettuce or cabbage.

  50. Andy tuba says:


    Ranch dressing? All the way. Especially with cucumbers.

    One of my friends just bought a bag of cucumbers and some ranch dressing after she ran out of munchies. So much awesomer than eating deep-fried calzones for … er .. late-Friday-night [adult swim] food.

  51. Dantaro says:

    Chedder + Peanut butter. On a hotdog bun (has to be a hotdog bun though, no other bread works. Believe you me)

  52. nikie says:

    waffles + peanut butter + fake bacon = happiness ^__^

  53. Colin says:

    Yay, two words week!
    also, melba toast and kakuna port wine cheese…mmmmm

  54. Richard says:

    Mac & Cheese with mustard, and peanutbutter on hotdogs.

  55. trevor says:

    I wonder how most of the people found thesse combinations…

  56. trevor says:

    Just realized…
    4 theme weeks in a row.

  57. Jayne Squared says:

    Cornflakes and orange juice. Especially handy when no milk is around. Don’t have orange juice?
    Any sweet liquid.

  58. MOD says:

    so biff created an edible rocket in the previous page, and now he is eating them? ah the crazy genious of biff’s world.
    does everyone in biffs world make their own cereal?

  59. Kine says:

    Hmm… Reese’s cups and watermelon is quite delicious. It’s not that odd, but I’m pretty sure nobody’s ever tried it before. However, when it comes to freaky food combos, no one holds a candle to my friend Mike. He has no sense of smell, and will eat just about ANYTHING. For a snack, I’ve seen him eat an oatmeal cream pie with an inch-thick slice of raw potato in the middle. Another time, he had a bowl of Chinese rice with hot sauce, ginger ale, and M&Ms.

    Once, for a bet, we combined the following ingredients in a blender and Mike drank a heaping glassful of the resulting nastyshake:

    Relish + Onion powder + Oatmeal cream pies + Hot chocolate mix
    Burnt popcorn + Caramel jello pudding + Steak sauce + Hot sauce + Grape nuts + Peanut butter + A half-toasted waffle + Chocolate syrup + Parmesan cheese + Mustard + Barley + Chicken seasoning + Raspberry jam + Chocolate frozen yogurt + Ranch potato chips + Rice Krispie treat + American cheese + Pepperoni + Honey + Ketchup + Maple syrup + Milk + Popsicles + Diet Mountain Dew + Lemon juice +3 chicken taquitos.

    He gulped that sucker down without a second of hesitation. I stood amazed.

  60. SevereFlame says:

    Oh.. so THAT’S what he did with the rocket from the last comic.

  61. PlutoBum says:

    my mom is from india so we get all kinds of crazy food lol….but i used to love grilled pb&j, and also BLT with strawberry jam….mmmm

  62. PlutoBum says:

    oh and ive always hated peanut brittle, but chickee is EXCELLENT…it’s an indian sweet with all kinds of nuts in honey. pistachios, cashews, etc. sweet and salty, and oh so delicious

  63. Neko-chan says:

    mm, scrambled eggs with cream cheese in them. creamy, eggy, cheesy yumminess.

    when i was a kid i used to eat pb&j sandwiches with sweet or bread and butter pickles. i would also dip buttered toast in milk or hot chocolate.

    i still eat chips (any kind) on sandwiches, or make bagel and cream cheese and potato chip sandwiches. also, cheetos on pizza. celery and peanut butter. red vine straws to drink soda; just bite the ends off and stick in the can. azuki bean paste on toast.

    also, scrambled eggs with everything: persimmon, onion, pepper, salt, cheese, broccoli, apple, peas, carrots, salmon. whatever’s hanging around.

  64. Darkness says:

    I don’t eat anything weird, though there are a couple of things that people think are weird…

    Meatloaf with raisins, in a sandwich. I know I’m not the only one who does this, but I get lots of odd looks when people find out I’m eating meatloaf, in sandwich form, and that it has raisins in it. I think it’s the raisins that really confuse people, but there have been a number equally baffled that it was a sandwich.

    Another thing that people think is weird is I drink milk with everything. Chicken, salad, pasta, whatever. (I’ll admit it’s kind of weird to drink it with cereal…) The only thing I’ve found that it doesn’t go well with is Cranberries. Major ick.

    And I’ll eat bacon with just about anything.

  65. HeLikesItHeyMikey says:

    I had that dish today – we make it with macaroni and tomato sauce (and cheese). We tried it with tomato soup, but just plain tomato sauce tastes better. Dead simple fast and easy to make and just plain tasty.

  66. Silfedac says:

    I’ve got two:

    The first isn’t really a combination, but it’s still pretty weird. It’s just straight A-1 sauce. Tasty.

    The second is something that I bet at least one other person here has tried. Pretzel sticks and mustard. Don’t knock it till you’ve tried it.

  67. TwitchyHug says:

    I love gherkins with spray cream on them. Oh, also another thing is fries dipped into mint choc chip ice cream. It’s absolutely AMAZING. One of my friends swears by noodles with mayonnaise, but I tried it once and it was absolutely rancid. The smell was bad enough, but I figured I shouldn’t knock it without trying it. I immediately regretted it.

  68. Adelia says:

    peanut butter, molasses and little colored sprinkles… it taste pretty good on toast…

  69. SpacemanSpiff says:

    Pizza omelets. Nothing like egg filled with pepperonis, mozzarella cheese, tomato sauce, and green peppers (speaking of which, pepperoni and green pepper pizza is amazing).

  70. Mark says:

    Oh, and I also like a fried potato sandwich – ordinary skillet fried potatoes (made with onions natch) on two pieces of buttered toast. Great for finishing off any leftover potatoes.

  71. Someone from a location says:

    Weirdest food combination that I ever ate? Evreything to make mcdonalds burger!

  72. Seany B says:

    If ddrinks count, I used to put chocolate milk and goldfish crackers in a cup, let the crackers get soggy, and gulp it down. It was awsome.Weordest food though, probably Monster Sandwich: Tuna, salami, turkey, ham, corned beef if I have it, American cheese, chedder cheese, swiss cheese, pepper Jack, provolone, mozerella, mustard, ketchup, barbeque sauce, hot sauce, steak sauce, relish, onions if I have them, Mayo, potato chips (The chedder and sour cream kind), olives (pimentos), and all between two peices of toasted sourdough bread. Other names for this disaster : Gut gernade, Colon cannon, Bathroom breaker, Edible endevor, Death wish, and Last words.

  73. PsychoDuck says:

    Excuse me, waiter. I’ll have one Colon Cannon, please 😀

    The Duck Has Spoken.

  74. Krasno says:

    Hey Chris, do you have a latin american friendly offer? Because the dollar maybe weak, but the pesos are weaker…

  75. Just Another Dude says:

    Still to this day I love what call Soy eggs, i dont know if its that weird, but while i make easy over eggs I like to pour soy sauce on them and when there done they turn out a blackish brown color, and they are AMAZING, oddly though, the whites taste like bacon, maybe ive invented vegetarian bacon! And the duck posted twice what a rare event! 🙂

  76. Lyndsi says:

    Peanutbutter and cheese sandwiches. Think I picked it up from my dad, although I don’t think I’ve ever actually seen him eat one.

  77. Weird? I eat pizza with green onions, but that’s about it.

  78. pieman says:

    when i was younger:
    honey, banana and crushed buiscuit sandwiches.

    @Radical Edward: how can you get green onions? mouldy?

  79. Dareon says:

    Mayonnaise and jam sandwiches.

  80. Green onions is another word for scallions. I preferred them as my favorite topping. I eat my pizza without the tomato sauce (white pizza)

  81. themanwithsauce says:

    1) Take ramen
    2) take taco seasoning
    3) make taco ramen!
    4) add some form of meat
    5) add cheese
    6) put on top oftortilla chips
    7) enjoy NACHO RAMEN!!!!!!!!!!!

    Seriously, nacho ramen is the most delicious thing man has ever invented. It looks like someone vomited worms and emat on top of chips but it’s just so darn good 🙂

  82. Vee says:

    Chips on burgers, sammiches, and in wraps. I also like to eat tuna salad with chips. Potato chips that is–and the kettle type are the best.

    Uh, I also like mayo sammiches, except I use miracle whip. And yes, on plain white bread. Mmmm, white bread.

    Hella trashy, though, are hotdawgs straight out of the packing with mustard.

  83. emthegreat says:

    french fries and ranch dip. ‘s pretty good.

  84. Gaara1357 says:

    i don’t really have many wierd mixes but my favorite 1 is scrambled eggs with syrup

  85. Yakboy says:

    Juicy fruit gum and human blood. Seriously.

    (it was my own blood)

  86. Kal says:

    Cinnimon twists (From Taco Bell) and nacho cheese.

    It’s a lot better than you’d think.

  87. Baby corn and butterscotch pudding. It sounds disgusting, but it has a nice flavor and crunch.

  88. Chris says:

    Hot dogs with crunchy peanut butter. I used to own a hot dog shop, and some customers suggested it one day. It took me 2 weeks to build up the courage to try it, and found it was actually really god. I started selling it and the majority of customers who tried it found it worked for them as well. The only stipulation I will point out is this: the hot dog has to be grilled. If you boil it, microwave it, or whatever else you would use, it just doesn’t work. but if you grill a hot dog and put a little bit of crunchy peanut butter on it, you’ll agree. And if you want to take my own variant, try adding some honey on that as well.

  89. Pickleduck McWeaselpants says:

    Peanut butter and cheese. Any sort of cheese, really.

    Don’t knock it ’til you try it.

  90. Chelsey-Wa says:

    Peas and pinksauce. <3

  91. Leaf says:

    My friend had entered a young chef competition in which I’d offered to be her helper. She had to cook a main course and a dessert. She ended up with left overs, and dared me to dip a carrot in cream. Actually not a fantastic mix really.
    Hula Hoops and Marmite work well though. It was another dare, we’d sat down at the table with crisps and saw a jar of Marmite in front of us. Technically its not that weird, but thought I’d say it anyway.

  92. Shorty says:

    A peanut butter, jelly, and Flaming Hot Cheetoh sandwich. I call it the napalm sandwich because it’s sticky and it burns.

  93. Torg says:

    I put scrambled eggs on my hot dogs.

  94. LadyLuck1337 says:

    A havarti, spinach and honey sandwich on Wonder bread

  95. CasualOtaku says:

    I’ve had week of late nights thus far trying to make it through, but I jut had to stop and comment for this one.

    *hugs TwitchyHug then jumps back to avoid homicidal kitty tendencies*

    Yay!! I’m not the only one that likes pickles and whipped cream!

    I also had mad cravings for jello and red onions when I was with child.

  96. ///.o Emo Ferret says:

    Dear God… And I thought my friend was gross… ///.x

  97. jykcor says:

    1 cup sour cream
    3 bananas, chopped
    5-10 spoons of sugar

    its good stuff

    i can eat almost anything, twitchyhug

    Also, i recently got into packaged ramen. not weird, but im used to restaurant home-made stuff. im not asian, if that means anything, im 50% german, 50% mutt, 100 % american against the govt. they’re out to get you.

  98. Torg says:

    I figured you weren’t Asian. No self-respecting Asian would eat Ramen.

  99. Manji says:

    Cream cheese and strawberry jam burritos. Mmmm, good.

  100. TSMP says:

    I’ll eat cottage cheese with olives piled on about 5 slices of pizza which in turn is sitting on a big mess of mac ‘n cheese, spaghetti, and other various pastas, with a side of mushrooms, salad, eggs, more cheese, and a big glass of tomato juice. Sometimes with a foot long sub.

    This is one of my favorite meals, especially since you can make it in nearly any buffet. Of course, all my friends will look at that and wonder:

    1) how can I eat all that and not get sick
    2) how can I eat all that 3 times a day and still be 140 pounds.

    I’ll usually say something along the lines of “the anime diet”

  101. Nikko says:

    My friends and I used to have “salad parties” at school as an alternative to the normal pizza-chips-cookies-soda potlucks. In my opinion salads exist as an excuse to eat other things while making your concience believe you’ve just consumed something healthy, and we took it to the extreme. Anything in our refridgerators was fair game, including any varieties of meat, cheese, nuts, fruits, cookies, sauces, pasta chicken egg tuna and potato salads, vegetables, crackers, olives, breads, and condiments we could get our hands on, just as long as there was at least Italian dressing on hand to pour all over it. My favorite salad of all time contained leftover London broil, edamame, pine nuts, blue cheese, provolone, salami, a handful of other things I have forgotten about, and Asian sesame dressing. In lieu of all this not-so-healthy goodness, a restaurant side salad with blue cheese or ranch dressing should not be consumed without being covered in crunched up saltine crackers.

  102. Ebircs says:

    A Penut-butter & omlette sandwich 😀 CHOLESTEROL FTW!

  103. the_gail says:

    Fried eggs with salsa and cheese. In college I’d eat pepperoni cheddar cheese and ranch dressing sandwiches.

  104. Momo says:

    I have two, peanut butter and olives, and grapes and cheese.
    If you think that’s gross, then don’t talk to my sister, miss peanut butter, jelly, bolonga, and cheese sandwiches. I lost my appetite when I saw her eat three… ech.

  105. Allison says:

    I really, really like blueberry bagels with tuna, cheese, and mustard.

  106. mg10n says:

    My brother used to eat apple sauce mixed with ketchup on slices of bread.

  107. Cari says:

    A friend once dared me to eat a peanut butter and tuna salad sandwich. It wasn’t bad, just very salty.

    My best friend in college ate pickles with yogurt. I don’t have anything to top that.

  108. Dragon Dancer says:

    …Ketchup and potato chips.

  109. Altorin says:

    Ice Cream on saltine crackers. My Grandma, who worked in an ice cream parlor as a teen, turned me on to that, or a bowl of ranch with half a bag of chedder cheese stired in.

  110. TheGSE says:

    Chicken, rice, corn, and ranch dressing.

  111. Shizno says:

    Marmite and milk chocolate, surprisingly tasty

  112. TCC says:

    my dad is crazy when it comes to cooking. ocassionaly we have this strange dish that he likes to call “cream of chicken” but I swear it’s like hommade groul… only good… its just grey stuff with chicken in it or rice, and as disgusting as it looks it’s ammazingly good. I don’t know the exact recipe, but it has like mayo, and horseradish, and an odd amalgimation of strange things like that… also, when he’s bored he just puts sliced tomato and mayo on bread… I don’t like that one so much…

  113. TCC says:

    lol, I meant chicken and rice… whatever

  114. Iron wofle says:

    Waffles and caviar. Lovely lovely food.

  115. SPark says:

    Weirdly enough the “crap pasta” is EXACTLY what I tend to go to as a comfort food too. Macaroni, tomato soup (usually Campbell’s) and cheddar cheese. Mmmmmm. Not exactly a balanced diet, but good stuff all the same. That or the same thing but with cream of mushroom instead of tomato. Ghetto mac and cheese. Still miles better than the Kraft boxes though!

  116. ThatSomethingGuy says:

    I’m totally bookmarking this page so I can come back and try some of these… ‘foods’ people apparently eat and enjoy.

    My contribution to the culinary chaos is:

    Peanut Butter and Honey Sammich, eaten with Hot Chocolate. Take a PB & Honey sammich or two (some people think that alone is odd), and a cup of hot chocolate. Dunk the sammich in the drink (like one might do with oreos and milk) and eat.

    Peanut Butter and Tomato Sauce Club sammich. Toast 2 pieces of bread, butter them and add Peanut butter and tomato sauce. Put an untoasted piece between them and eat. I swear, I’m not making this up. I have eaten this since I was in high-school (many years ago).

    The only other thing I eat that’s odd may be hard for people to picture, as the ingredients are unfamiliar. Weet-Bix and Marmite + sugar.
    Take weet-bix (adjust brand name to regional), and spread on as much Marmite (Vegemite can go die in a fire) as you dare. Personally, I like it, so it goes on fairly thick. Do this to 3-ish of them, and lob them in a bowl, and pour in milk, then sprinkle some sugar over the lot, and ‘enjoy’.
    For those that haven’t enjoyed the experience, Marmite is effectively black salty death. It’s potent. And salty.

  117. Kira says:

    My favorite strange food combination is Sharp cheddar cheese and ranch dressing….. it sounds weird but its soooo delicious

  118. Allie says:

    One of my cousins would only eat a few select foods when we were kids. Once we had a very interesting snack of Oreos & Goldfish crackers together in the same bowl, while drinking orange juice. I’ve actually thought about trying it again recently.

  119. Istas says:

    I used to dunk my breadsticks from Pizza Hut into my root beer. (I rarely go to Pizza Hut any more, though)

    My cousin used to dunk her chicken nuggets from Wendy’s into her “frosty” (soft-serve ice cream in a soda/pop/cola cup, essentially, for those of you who don’t know).

  120. Gotora says:

    Ramen noodles for me. I love them to death. One drawback, I refuse to eat them without lemon juice, hot sauce, crushed red peppers, ground red peppers, basil, garlic powder, and half of the bag of seasoning that comes with the noodles. Then there are the other five or so spices that I use to vary the flavor. Yummy noodle time!

  121. brent says:

    potatoes and applesauce, id take half a spoon of potatos and the rest of applesauce it was so good the contrasting hot potatos and cold applesauce

    also those “on the go or whatever” packets of frosted flakes with mtn dew poured in them, id let it get soggy, crush it and drink it

  122. rysworld says:

    Pizza, with anchovies and fried shrimp.

    Surprisingly good.

  123. YukiSnowflake says:

    My step-dad eats Ham, Jam, Tuna, Cheese and Brown sauce on toast.
    I personally prefer marmite and fries or maybe fries dipped in coke.
    mmmm…. fries….

  124. Shadowlord9k says:

    Peanut butter in tortillas (spelling?)

  125. BrainpanSonata says:

    Sauage gravy on a slice of toast, usually abreviated to S.O.S. or this morning’s caramel-covered waffles. (Hey, there was half a jar of caramel sauce and no ice cream left to put it on… can’t always just eat it straight from the jar with a spoon.)

  126. SurveySays says:

    my comfort food is crackers. my best friend argues with me and tells me its ice cream. no. that is my favorite food but not a comfort food. theres a diffrence. my fav is Town House crackers. mmmm. now i have to see if we have any….

  127. MrNibbs says:

    Bacon, Ham, hot dogs, pepperoni and carbonara sauce in a bowl. loved that “meat bowl” whenever I got a chance, allways freaked out my family though

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