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|evrybody got some of those weird habbit of eating something that is repugnant to the rest of the world. mine: pizza and mayonaise with chocolate milk ( canadian what can I say). other than that i've seen people eat nutella with garlic. any other one's|
Posted: 1/18/2010 6:28:43 PM
|hi... for me it is ~durian~, only 2 people out of dozens who have tried it with me and have liked it.... blessings|
Posted: 1/19/2010 1:10:50 AM
|Fried bread and marmalade |
I haven't had it in years because my arteries would kill me ... but its soooooooooooo good!!
Ooooohhh!! Just remembered... chip (fries) butty (sandwich) with.... jam!!! (jelly). Home made chips, blackberry jam, sticky white bread... yeah I was under 20 last time I dared eat that!!!
Posted: 1/19/2010 10:44:58 AM
hi... for me it is ~durian~,
That is certainly one that ranks right up there as a definate deal breaker (no pun intended)
Things that I know people eat that I can't stand.
Balut...Fillipino duck eggs...that are just nasty smelling.
Fish or fish paste from all over south east asia.
Posted: 1/19/2010 1:05:23 PM
|almost every night, my Dad would fix himself a big glass of bread and milk before bed! he buttered (if Mom wasn't looking) sour dough bread, tore it into pieces into his very own special metal glass that lived in the freezer part of the frig so it was always icy ... and poured milk over it ... ate it with an iced tea spoon ... |
I tried it a few times ... wanting to have my special times with Dad ... and it was interesting ... an acquired taste, I would assume ...
he ALSO cooked up the world's stinkiest homemade Portuguese sausage (linguisa) for breakfast ... Mom had ONE cast iron skillet designated JUST for Daddy's stinky linguisa and egg breakfasts ... when Daddy died, she had to throw out that skillet because it was useless for anything else ...
(and ... no ... he DIDN'T die of clogged arteries! he was in a truck crash ...)
I actually tasted linguisa a couple of months ago but it was commercially made and had maybe 1/4 of the spices in Daddy's linguisa! it wasn't bad ... but, then, it wasn't the kind Daddy ate, either!!!
Posted: 1/19/2010 1:50:30 PM
|Normally I'm very cautious to eat healthy foods which most people would consider decently 'normal', but when Cheez Whiz is brought into the picture, forget it! I'd take cheez whiz on just about anything and everything..and right out of the jar if the craving is particularly bad!|
Posted: 1/21/2010 9:09:16 AM
|I was just thinking about this yesterday....|
When I was a kid I loved buttered white bread dipped in Molasses.
Posted: 1/21/2010 12:33:15 PM
|YES I just had it as a matter of fact "Ketchup on eggs" People just ewww when I eat it but I love it and have since I was a kid.|
Posted: 1/21/2010 1:29:25 PM
|I am an Aussie, so I guess Vegemite is a "weird" taste.|
I adore cheese & vegemite toasted sandwiches..but my "weird" is crispy bacon, cucumber, mustard & hard boiled egg sandwich on multigrain
Posted: 1/21/2010 2:08:33 PM
|^^^yummy! Vegemite and cheese on toast!|
I love limburger cheese on toasted rye...stinks something awful, but is so good!
Gotta say, one thing I can eat that makes people cringe is the Haggis.
Posted: 1/22/2010 1:38:48 AM
|Wasabi on toast, wasabi on scones, wasabi on croissants, wasabi on meatpies, wasabi on everything....people watch me when I cook the barbie...they think I'm gonna wasabi their sausages and prawns (which I have).....|
That party trick never gets old on me. Someone got really cross...I thought he was gonna die....I went to the next room and mingled with the women, just in case he felt like pulverising me...
I love sea salt on my water melon and guava...how weird is that?
Posted: 1/22/2010 3:36:00 AM
|Was doing the tourist walkabout thing in Manila Philippines back in the 80’s. Marcos was still in power. There were heaps of little eating places, consisting of little more than a counter, a cook, a hotplate and counter stools for customers to sit and eat the freshly cooked delights. I found these tiny eateries a fascinating microcosmic display of Filipino culture but never partook other than to watch from the footpath. Anyway fried eggs seemed to be a fav amongst the locals but I couldn’t believe my eyes when I got up close. They were preparing fertilised eggs! The cook would pick from a selection, shake it a bit too make sure the foetus was well formed and then crack it open over the searing hotplate. Sometimes I’d swear the little partially formed and most ugly chicken foetus would lift its fully discernable head out of the surrounding now superheated bloodied foetal fluids in a vain attempt at escape but it was probably just muscle reactions. Once all the fluids had solidified sufficiently from the frying, the cook would deftly scoop it up with his spatula and place on a small plate in front of the customer who would gulp it down in one foul swoosh. He never chewed, just gulped it down just like the Aliens in “V”, funny that.|
Posted: 1/22/2010 8:55:43 AM
|OMG that is awful. that almost made me cry reading it. I dont really have a "weird" I like eating potato chips on my sandwichs, i like kethup and ranch dressing in my spaghetti|
Posted: 1/22/2010 2:47:47 PM
|As a kid, it was mustard on my BLT. Yep, mustard. It always grossed my family out, but I hated mayonnaise. |
These days I highly recommend having a good cold beer with a warm chocolate chip cookie. My best friend and I discovered this tasty combination one year during a Christmas bake-a-ton. Tastes great and makes the baking more fun!
Posted: 1/22/2010 3:13:23 PM
|Chiny ... that was TOOOO GROSS ... and disgusting ... I'm still gagging ... |
makes chocolate covered bugs sound delightful! toasted bug, anyone?? maybe with wasabi to dip it in?
Posted: 1/22/2010 3:46:28 PM
|Banana and mayo sandwich. |
Posted: 1/22/2010 6:10:45 PM
|one of my all-time favorite sandwiches was chunky peanutbutter with thickly sliced purple onion ... on whole wheat bread ... I think I mostly liked all the crunch! |
sadly, I discovered I'm allergic to peanuts and, somehow, almond butter or cashew butter just doesn't "go with" the onion!
Posted: 1/22/2010 6:32:06 PM
I love sea salt on my water melon and guava...how weird is that?
Not weird at all,my father introduced me to that when I was a kid and now I really can't eat watermelon without it! When I'm somewhere and I ask for the salt people freak,but I make them try it and I've converted a lot of people to eat it that way!
Back in jr. high I used to dip my BBQ chips in a chocolate shake!
Posted: 1/22/2010 8:20:22 PM
|Chiny...What they were eating is Balute.... It is so disgusting for us....for them it is a staple.|
In the same vein the US used to have a school there (SERE) for teaching US military pilots to Survive, Escape, Resist and to evade. The Filippinos would take these young guys out in the jungle...and I do mean jungle. Some of the delicatsies were grubs, banana snake, snake, monkey, probably****oaches as they are huge over there and lets leave it at that.
By the way Anthony Bourdain tried this stuff balute too. I could never get past the smell and despite having a battery of immunizations...I never trusted my internal systems with it.
Salt on fresh cut tomatoes is really good too.
Blue Cheese dressing and popcorn?
Posted: 1/23/2010 5:11:37 PM
|sandwich and chips= amazing|
Posted: 1/26/2010 4:30:08 AM
|I dont know about weird but i like cheese and pineapple either on a sandwich a roll or a toastie, and sometimes i have honey on a roll or sandwich.|
Posted: 1/27/2010 2:17:45 PM
|My Dad eats a bologna/melted cheese and mayonnaisse sandwich with peanut butter and tomaotes on it. Salt and pepper, grilled buttered bread.|
....is that wierd?
Sometimes I get a hankering for tuna and mayonnaisse with black olives. Is that odd?
Had a boyfriend that ate grilled cheese sandwich with crushed pineapple on it.
A girl at work puts ketchup in her turnip greens. (eeeww)
Posted: 1/29/2010 7:40:03 PM
|yes its weird but by weird i meant uncommon lol.this on is a bit weird but i reeeaaalllly enjoyed it. turkey and apple sandwich.|
Posted: 2/1/2010 3:48:21 AM
|I have never done turkey and apple, but i do eat chips and sandwhiches.I cant eat a sandwhich without that cruncy layer. And i love mustard on take out pizza. Only one person had dared to try it because it grosses them out.|
Posted: 2/1/2010 5:16:44 AM
When I was a kid I used to eat wonder bread hamburger buns with yellow mustard
I also would eat.......Parkay Butter Sticks......yep peeled the wrapper off and ate it, lol
A few years later I graduated to as another posted said Mayo and Banana on white bread but I would sprinkle sugar on the banna also.
Now when I was pregnant the worst thing I would eat would be Ice Cream (vanilla) with yellow mustard................weird hormones, lol