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post #1 of 26 Old 01-09-2009, 12:26 AM Thread Starter
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Cool Strange Foods?

What kind of weird things do you do with food that everyone thinks is gross but is actually really good?

I mix cottage cheese and salsa to make a chip dip

and I mix pepsi and milk. Trust me it's good
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post #2 of 26 Old 01-09-2009, 12:30 AM
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Pepsi and milk has my gag reflexes going! Of course I can't stand plain milk as it is. LOL.

The salsa and cottage cheese actually sounds good.

I don't think I really mix anything together to create something weird, but I do eat grated parmesean cheese right out of the container. LOL.

Hubby eats peanut butter & pickle sandwiches.
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lol, Pepsi and Milk is actually kinda like a root beer float.... I swore I would die if I drank it the first time my mom made it for me, but it was ok. Not the best thing in the world but ok
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LOL - I think I would rather have the ice cream.

Have you ever poured milk over ice cream like a topping? One of my neighbors used to do that and I tried it a couple times. Wasn't too bad, sorta interesting. I prefered chocolate milk. LOL.
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elbow macaroni and cottage cheese instead of velveeta cheese or ricota

peanut butter, jelly, mayonise, and ketchup sandwhich.

i like to drink the juice out of the jar from dill pickles also.

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I LOVE ketchup... I put it on almost everything including: eggs, rice, veggies, all meats and much, much more.

I also like putting chips in my ham sandwiches


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Pitas with shrimp, apples, lettuce and pita souce! It soooo good
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post #8 of 26 Old 01-09-2009, 10:53 AM
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Sissi that sounds like a ceasar salad with shrimp. LOL on bread.

sounds tastee

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I'll put queso on anything...Queso burgers are fantastic. Hot dogs and chicken strips with queso are good also.
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I haven't any strange mixes but I drink light cream or eat jam sometimes as them stand, without any "condiments".

As to milk mixes, milk and salty liquorice don't fit together.


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