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Thursday, July 07, 2016

What is the weirdest food combination that you make?

Here are some answers from Yahoo!...

-Bacon and egg ice cream

-Balsamic vinegar lightly drizzled on vanilla ice cream. It sounds weird, but it is so good.

-I eat vegetable crackers and drink vanilla coke...but my dad likes red chile with coffee....kinda weird

-Pizza- topped with mac and cheese

-Banana sandwiches. you smash up a banana in a bowl (one that's past it's pretty yellow color and starting to brown), mix some mayo/miracle whip into it to make it creamy then spread it on bread. really, it's better than it sounds, lol.

-Cottage cheese and sliced bananas with ketchup mixed in. Sounds gross but try it, it's actually not bad at all.

-Mayo sugar sandwich. (You put the mayo on first, sprinkly some sugar, then blend it and voila.)

-Sometimes I like to dip hotdogs in yogurt. Just because we have a flavor I don't like but needs to be eaten.

-Animal crackers in applesauce. (preferably cinnamon applesauce)

-Apple wood smoked bacon chocolate bar

-Kraft Dinner with Sauerkraut a combination discovered by my partner Dwight. Weird food making can be fun! Write yours in the comments!

Here's the recipe:
Gotta be KD!

This is a real taste treat!

Ingredients:

(2) Boxes Kraft Dinner
(1) Litre jar of Wine sauerkraut
(1) Tablespoon Chopped Onion
(1) Tablespoon margarine
(1) 250 ml Sour cream
Dill Weed (to taste)

Make the two boxes of KD as per the instructions, but do NOT add milk. (You need to still add margarine and the 'cheese' parts)

While the pasta is boiling, in a fry pan melt 2 TBS of margarine add the sauerkraut and onion flakes and some dill weed. Heat at med-hi without a lid, so that the moisture evaporates. Make sure you stir it so it won't burn.

When the KD is done, Add the sauerkraut mixture to the KD. Stir in well - serve. Makes 4 portions, (depending on your degree of hungriness!)

Enjoy!

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