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Go on admit it in public, what odd flavours or foods do you combine in an unconventional way but that actually taste quite yummy?!

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Cheese and beetroot sandwiches when I was expecting, never ate them before or after Posted Image

Lady I work with ordered a Tia Maria and orange juice yesterday. She's unsure why she did it and it looked awful but it tasted quite nice from all reports (I was driving)

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I'm told Marmite and peanut butter go well together on toast!

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When I was at college I inadvertently coated chicken goujons with sweet bread mix (someone had labelled the bag incorrectly) and proceeded to deep fry them, when I tasted them I was completely thrown as the taste was quite unusual. I handed them around the class to see their reactions, most spat them out screaming yuk but myself and a few others downed quite a few until they became a little to sickly to enjoy further. Ive not made any since either knowingly or not but i would eat them again if served up.!!

Chips dipped in ice-cream (vanilla flavour) aint to bad either.!!

Madras/Vindaloo and salad is a favourite of mine.

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My older brother eats Peanut Butter and Tomato Sauce sandwiches. I've never had the guts to try it, lol.

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Porridge with crunchy peanut butter.

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Seems peanut butter is a magic ingredient in a lot of peoples combos!!

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Water, malt, hops, and yeast.

Sounds bonkers, but works a treat.

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Strawberry jam and Cheddars either on toast or in a sandwich!

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Chips dipped in ice-cream (vanilla flavour) aint to bad either.!!

Funny enough, this is close to one of my strange combinations - however, it has to be McDonalds chips and their strawberry milkshake!

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Funny enough, this is close to one of my strange combinations - however, it has to be McDonalds chips and their strawberry milkshake!

Strange woman......

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Funny enough, this is close to one of my strange combinations - however, it has to be McDonalds chips and their strawberry milkshake!

Ha ha that was the place (McDonalds) I first tried chips/fries and ice-cream, I was still eating my big mac and fries whilst my daughter was having her ice-cream so I dipped it then, even my daughter thought it tasted ok.!

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guy at work used to eat clotted cream and sugar sandwiches in the summer

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Take a hot crumpet! Put on some butter 'n marmite so it gets all melty! Then pop on a nice poached egg! YUMMY

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Battered fish and mayonnaise, or cheesy chips with thousand island.

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Battered fish and mayonnaise, or cheesy chips with thousand island.

I could just about cope with either of those!

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From childhood up to now.

Peanut butter and banana sandwiches optional additions are slices of cucumber and vintage cheese.

Peanut butter and Jam on crumpets

Jam with a hint of Marmite sandwiches. Believe it or not quite yummy if you don't get too carried away with the Marmite.

When you have completely run out of food and I do mean completely then you turn to your last few shredded wheat and skim a knife of margarine over and serve. Again surprisingly nice but then anything is when one is famished . Optional additions are a spread of jam.

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I like to have Thai Red Curry Tuna with my crumpets. Perhaps a bit different from the usual crumpet accompaniments of Peanut Butter, Vegemite / Promite, jams, and/or melted butter / margarine.

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Melted cheese in a pot noodle. Mmmmmmmm.

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Cheddar cheese and Heinz tommy ketchup sandwiches, om nom nom nom.

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Just had carrot/parsnip soup with cheese & onion crisps to add flavour!

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