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Strange foods (or combinations of foods) that you secretly love!

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Wondering if everyone has a secret food that they love?

Mine is peanut butter, pickle and miracle whip sandwiches! My husband won't even be in same room when a make one up!

Anyone else?

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salami with cream cheese wrapped around a dill pickle

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Chocolate covered potato chips.

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French toast topped with peanut butter and maple syrup. Really good!

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I'm with you on the peanut butter miracle whip sammies. Got our five year hooked on em. If I a get adventurous, I like adding a slice of bologne and some Valveeta to it.

The other sandwich I like that drives my wife crazy if to take left over hot tuna casserole and put between two slices of toast with peanut butter & cheese.

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It is not the strange but I love peanut butter and banana sandwiches.

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When I was a kid my brother and I would make "Butterfinger" sandwiches. Now my 5 year old daughter loves then too....

2 slices of bread with peanut butter on both with cheezit's, chocolate sauce, and honey in between.

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I'm with you with the french toast, peanut butter & syrup! Everyone looks at me weird when I do it, but oh well.

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Toasted bread with peanut butter and a slice of tomatoe - goog stuff.

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Ketchup and mayo mixed together for dipping French fries in.

Salsa and cream cheese is wonderful too.

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must not have any strange food combo's, cause i cant think of anythink i eat as strange! shockedshockedsmirkgrinsmile

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Peanut butter and potato chip sandwich. The flavor and texture is to die for!!!

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Fried egg with cheese, sliced tomato sandwich.

Wendys french fries dipped in a chocolate shake.

Don't judge me....

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French toast topped with peanut butter and maple syrup. Really good!

I had homemade waffels with bacon on the inside, and peanut butter and syrup on the outside for dinner tonight.

Sometimes you just need to have Breakfast for Dinner.

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Peanut butter with a thick slice of sweet onion sandwich and the best is chicken and waffles.

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A few of you might know this one, but people who hear it laugh at it, until they taste it. Then they fall in love with it:

Take bottle of chili sauce and a jar of grape jelly and dump it into a crock pot, add a bag of italian meatballs and stir it occasionally. Very sweet and very good.

I made it at poker one night, didn't last very long.

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The meatballs with grape jelly and chili sauce are crazy good!!!!

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My Dad, the quintessential Scandinavian, he used to eat Pickeled Herring on his ice cream. No my Bag, Baby!

I love Shrimp Heads at the Sushi Bar, or deep fried Salmon Heads--man are they good. Sea Urchin is like fine Chamapagne too...

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Maybe this is a MN thing? A friend of mine and me...(both from MN) went to the Twins/Rangers game last night...We bought the peanuts and ate some of the shells with the nuts. People thought that we were crazy!

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