Jun 032017
 

wkendcooking

Weekend Cooking is hosted @ Beth Fish Reads

I ran across these recipes and really had to think about whether I’d try them or not. There are some that I would try, and some that are just too weird for me. Would you try any of them?

Dill Pickle Bread @ Delish (I can’t believe I’ve never heard of this before)

The Humm Dog with Bacon, Black Truffle and Celery @ Food Republic

This post @ BuzzFeed has 33 weird combinations that taste really good (?)

Deliciously Weird Food Combinations @ HuffPost

Weird & Wacky Regional Recipes @ Food.com

  16 Responses to “Weekend Cooking: Weird Food”

  1. I like trying anything at least once (with a few exceptions – not a big fan of organ meat) so I’d definitely try the first 2! Now I need to go read the Weird & Wacky Regional Recipes and the 33 weird combinations!

  2. Some of those weird combinations don’t sound too bad, but no Oreos dipped in OJ for me — or peanut butter on a hamburger. Melted cheese on apple pie is good. No to fried KoolAid.

  3. Dill Pickle Bread sounds good! I am not that daring when it comes to food combos, but I am somewhat willing to try odd-sounding items.

    Have a good weekend, Vicki!

    • I love dill pickles so I’d probably love dill pickle bread, it’s just that I’ve never heard of it before and it sounds weird to me.

  4. I looked at the Buzz Feed article and those are some weird combinations! I don’t think I’d try most of them.

  5. Some of those combos are definitely too weird for me, but some I might try. The dill pickle bread doesn’t sound bad, and I have a friend who keeps raving about chocolate covered bacon (I haven’t tried it yet). I love the combo of sharp Cheddar cheese with apples (I guess I’m weird too!!)

  6. Oh yes, I grew up with a slice of cheddar on apple pie! I didn’t have it that way all the tim but my dad like dad it that way. No peanut butter on burgers for me.

    Thanks for the links, interesting reading.

  7. Not too into weird for it’s own sake, so probably not. I do believe I’d rather have the pickle, sliced in a sandwich – that’s sort of in the bread, and preferably with some cheese. There are so many good recipes out there to try without going over the edge. 🙂

    • I love dill pickles sliced every way, sweet pickles are yucky to me unless it’s pickle relish, which sounded weird when I was thinking it as I typed it.

  8. Love this! I would try Dill Pickle Bread. Sounds delicious!!

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