Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Peanut Butter, Bananas and Mayo

Ok, people -

What's the weirdest food that you love?

Since I was a kid, I loved banana sandwiches - sliced banana and mayonnaise on white bread. As I got older, I started experimenting. Wheat bread was a good choice. Banana and peanut butter was good, especially with a little honey. Any kind of nuts tossed on for crunch.

But the Florida cracker in me won out - and my favorite is peanut butter, bananas and Kraft Mayo on white bread. Good, soft white bread, with chewy crust. I like to think I'm being a little bit healthy with fruit and peanut butter.

A lot of people think the combination is disgusting. Most of those people have never tried it. ;) I don't mind trying unusual foods, that's why I've eaten everything from raw fish to guinea pig since I've lived in Peru. There are some things I won't eat - tripe is one of them. Actually, most things made of intestine are off limits for me. And it's not because I think it's gross, it's because I've tried it and didn't like it. (I actually didn't know what it was the first time I ate it, I just didn't like the taste)

So tell me - what is your favorite weird food? Maybe it's an unusual exotic food, or maybe it's a combination that most people find weird, like scrambled eggs and grape jelly (yum).

Hmmm... I seem to like a lot of weird combinations.
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  1. Hi Kelly
    I dont mind Banana y Honey sandwiches either with sultanas, crunchy peanut butter, has to be on white soft bread too,When i saw hamburgers here with potatoe chips well that was a first for me,i had never seen hamburgers made that way that before.
    ive tried vegemite with tomatoe and avacado thats nice too,as for tripe yuck anything to do with intestines,i just dont like the taste either,,and Cau Cau is one of the family favourites,not for me when thats ever for dinner count me out
    Have a Nice Christmas Kelly

  2. I can't think of anything I couldn't eat peanut butter on, even just by the spoon full. I even will crave it. However, the strangest thing I ever ate was peanut butter mixed with milk gravy. My uncle used to put that over toast and I tried it one day and it was pretty good.


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