Tested the toastie maker and it works. Cheese and pineapple toasties for life.I shouldn't have been so confused by this concept. I've seen cheese and pineapple on cocktail sticks at buffets. I like pineapple on pizzas but I've never even thought of having them in a sandwich or toastie. This is now on my list of things to try.
— Charlotte (@colourscarousel) July 17, 2013
I'll be honest with you lovely readers, I don't actually have a list *gasp*. So I thought I'd take this opportunity to start one. As the saying goes: no time like the present! So I asked the Twitter World, What weird food combinations would you recommend? Here are four of the replies I received:
@kayspray strawberries and balsamic vinegar! a splash over those strawbs and it is like a tastebud partayyy
— Tamsin Graham (@titchtamsin) July 18, 2013
@kayspray @titchtamsin chips with golden syrup - sounds gross but tastes good
— Cassie searle (@Cassiesearle234) July 18, 2013
@kayspray in Colombia they are loving mango with salt, pepper and lime, weird!!
— Kat. (@kitkatjk) July 18, 2013
@kayspray olives, peaches and spinach on ryvita! perhaps an acquired taste...
— rosie almond (@rosie_almond) July 18, 2013
I wanted to try some weird food combinations. Then I can mark them off my newly made list and continue exploring the foodosphere. The one that I knew I could easy create was recommended by Cassie Searle. There was golden syrup in the cupboard from the previous pancake post and there are also chips in the freezer so yesterday I decided to make this strange concoction!
I shouldn't have made these straight after lunch. I was already full to the brim which is probably why I didn't enjoy them as much as I could of. If you want a hot, sweet snack, then this is worth trying. The almost fritter like taste was impressive considering the lack of effort it took to make but taste was a bit too weird for me.
Please get in touch with your weird food combinations and follow me on Twitter for the chance to feature in another one of my random posts!