Weird Food Combinations that Work...maybe. (We've moved on from Hot Cross Buns)


#1144

Am I being hair-shamed? By a group of balding bastards?

Surely not. For the record …I’m not fucking ginger. :upside_down_face:

Also, for the record… cheese should just be that. Cheese. By all means have it ALONGSIDE stuff, apricots or whatever, but please… in the name o’ the wee man don’t put stuff in it.

We’re better than that no?


#1145

mature cheddar cheese, sliced red onion, and tomato ketchup sandwich


#1146

for the record - I’d rather be bald than ginger :laughing:


#1147

Luckily, I am neither bald nor a ginge.


#1148

Ditto.


#1149

Get back on your toadstool.


#1150

Fortunately for you…


#1151

For the love of fuck, definitely don’t put your wee man in stuff, especially cheese (and in your case, fertile women).


#1152

Peanut butter, bacon, and grape jelly on toast (Elvis’ famous Fool’s Gold sandwich)
Peanut butter, bacon, and banana (another Elvis favorite, can be grilled in bacon dripping for added perversity).
Peanut butter and kosher dill pickle on rye bread.


#1153

:angry: this is jelly

jelly

This is jam :smile:

jam


#1154

Grape jelly definitely isn’t jam. One of those American abominations, I guess :thinking:

Related: peanut butter and marmalade is another good one.


#1155

How do you “grill” something in bacon dripping? :thinking:


#1156

My mistake, I forget that what you call grilling I would refer to as broiling. Griddle is the term I was looking for.


#1157

But jelly is a term properly used for semi-solidified material found in a jar where the juice of the fruit only has been used (i.e. crushed then strained), usually with added pectin. Think redcurrant jelly, quince jelly etc. Grape jelly fits in this category (but imho tastes awful…)


#1158

Broiling is a strange word. Always sounds as though it should somehow involve water.


#1159

Was puzzling over this at lunchtime today…

It is my feeling that the combined bacon and sausage sandwich is an abomination and is no doubt helping in the erosion of human decency.

A good bacon sandwich on its own, or a good sausage sandwich on its own are all that is needed. Mixing the two only takes away from both and gives nothing extra to the serious eater.

Only an amateur meatist would fall into this trap.


#1160

FTFY -

a sausage and bacon sandwich (with an added fried egg) is a sandwich dreams are made of


#1161

“fry” it in bacon fat


#1162

Don’t worry, I’ll have yours.

VB


#1163

Boolshit artist!

An egg atop any of the below is obviously good.

Just too much going on with bacon AND sausage is my gripe. A bacon sandwich deserves the stage on its own or with a good understudy (egg), not a jumped up johnny-come-lately looking to take over the lead role (sausage).