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  • Top Weird Flavour Combinations?
  • Premier Icon robgarrioch
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    Haven't tried this one since was a kid –
    any hot jam-on-top base (ideally thick pancake) + lemon curd + thin slice mild cheddar. It just works – try it…

    gotta be some more adventurous types out there?

    Premier Icon MidLifeCyclist
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    Marmalade and baked beans on toast

    Premier Icon twohats
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    Crunchy peanut butter and Marmite on toast.

    Premier Icon Drac
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    Cheese and Jam aren't weird though or lemon curd they're a common choice.

    Premier Icon nickc
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    Very strong cheddar on dark chocolate digestives.

    Premier Icon badblood
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    corned beef and beetroot mashed up in a sarnie
    mmmmmmmmmm

    Premier Icon Dobbo
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    Marmite & cucumber on toast.
    Dry roasted peanuts & grapes, handfuls of.

    Premier Icon Drac
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    So far midlifecyclist has the weirdest one the rest I'd say aren't at all, Marmite is just wrong for me but can see the sense with the combinations with the ones suggested.

    Of course I can't think of anything weird. 🙁

    Premier Icon tails
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    i'm with nickc cheddar and toblerone for me

    Premier Icon firestarter
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    i love cola and fresh orange mixed. Tastes lovely but looks like rusty arse water 🙂

    Premier Icon robgarrioch
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    Once spent many £s buying glasses of Jack D/Baileys for guitar players of a certain band; looked like mud under olive oil.

    Premier Icon epicsteve
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    corned beef and beetroot mashed up in a sarnie

    Sounds nice, although I'd be tempted to add some grated cheese and some onion.

    Premier Icon Drac
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    robgarrioch that's ace combination found it last year when running low on Bailey's and had a few drinks around at friends we decided to make cocktails. That was the first one and we went no further as it was rather pleasant.

    Premier Icon kelvin
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    Some wise ones there.

    Orange juice and cola is lovely, and quite a hangover cure.

    Corned beef and beetroot hash is yummy.

    Premier Icon Drac
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    I tried Orange Juice and cola once having seen it posted on here ages ago, it was awful.

    Premier Icon Top Dog
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    black pudding and marmalade
    banana and marmite

    Premier Icon firestarter
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    kelvin when i lived in germany coka cola actually made cans of something called mezzo mix whici was coke and fanta mixed 🙂 not seen it in uk ever tho

    Premier Icon igm
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    Someone beat me to orange juice and cola. Thought I was the only drinker of that. Looks like mud (being polite there), tastes excellent.

    Premier Icon Zulu-Eleven
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    Another one for Coke and OJ here (gotta be the stuff with bits in though!) and funnily enough I've always called it mud, and my kids know it as that too.

    Apple, sliced (unpeeled) and dipped in salad cream and chilli sauce

    and most wonderful of all is Soreen malt loaf and Stilton

    Premier Icon tootin
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    Well it has to be marmite and cheese crumpets

    Premier Icon julianwilson
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    Rather unadventurous but my favourite flavour combinations at the moment are peanut butter and cucumber, and 'proper' rum and ginger beer (rather unfortunately known in Cornwall as a 'darkie': I prtefer to call it Pirate Juice. Yaaaaaaargh)

    Premier Icon CaptJon
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    Venison with a chocolate sauce
    Scallops and black pudding

    Well known chef combinations but they really shouldn't work.

    Premier Icon soops
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    Peanut butter and Branston pickle sarnies! mmm!

    Premier Icon buzz-lightyear
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    Smoky bacon and mashed banana in a sandwich

    "cola and fresh orange" known as muddy water. Not keen mesself.

    The GF likes Cheddar and OXO sandwiches – nutter!

    Premier Icon Sandwich
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    Fried egg, smoked back bacon, sweet pancake and maple syrup. Breakfast of the gods.

    Premier Icon bassspine
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    marmite and lime marmalade on toast
    peanut butter and mango chutney butty
    christmas cake and cheddar

    Premier Icon bumley
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    I second the bacon and banana sandwich……………YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMY

    Premier Icon grumm
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    Fried egg, smoked back bacon, sweet pancake and maple syrup. Breakfast of the gods.

    That's not weird if you live in Canada!

    Premier Icon Punk_Drummer
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    Quavers and Minstrels

    Premier Icon piedi di formaggio
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    Cucumber, very strong cheddar, Cheese & Onion crips and marmite

    Premier Icon ron jeremy
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    i get moaned at for putting drinking chocolate powder and lime cordial on vanilla ice cream

    dessert of the gods

    Premier Icon Stu_N
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    Venison with a chocolate sauce
    Scallops and black pudding
    Well known chef combinations but they really shouldn't work.

    Venison with black pudding is amazing too. You can do the black pudding on the side chop it and stir into mashed potato.

    Dark chocolate and lime cheesecake is also good

    Foie gras, oatcakes and a desert wine (muscadet/ sauternes etc) is also wonderful.

    Premier Icon mattyh222
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    baked beans and melted mini mars bars (from celebrations box)

    Premier Icon robgarrioch
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    I wonder if the stories behind these discoveries would be as fascinating? How the hell do you 'just try' baked beans with melted mini mars bars???

    Premier Icon Coyote
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    Liquorice and blackcurrant icecream. To die for.

    Premier Icon markenduro
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    Salt and vinegar crisps with mars bar

    Premier Icon thejesmonddingo
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    Bacon and hot lime pickle sarnies,or brown sauce on toast.
    Ian

    Premier Icon oldgrump08
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    fresh black pepper on strawberries, yum

    Premier Icon Barney_McGrew
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    Pineapple and chilli sorbet.
    Ice cold, fruity and refreshing and hot and spicy all in one.

    Premier Icon skidartist
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    I second the bacon and banana sandwich……………YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMY

    Try this then – Croque Mouseur type toasted sandwich.

    Dip the slices of bread in egg on one side and assemble a sandwich (egg sides out) containing:

    Gruyere Cheese
    Ham
    Banana
    Creme Fraiche

    Fry gently until cheese is softened the creme fraiche is starting to ooze out.

    It tastes so good I often eat it straight from the pan, standing at the cooker. Can't wait.

    Or at least I used to, had to give up dairy products 🙁

    Soy Sauce on cheese on toast is a cracker too

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