Unlikely Taste Sensations

Started by BasspedalMan, October 30, 2012, 18:42:25 pm

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BasspedalMan

We had a do on Saturday for my daughter who is going to Australia and the family made loads of really interesting nibbles. Late leftover nibbling gave the opportunity for experimentation and a really strange combination was really delicious. This led me to wondering whether anyone else had stumbled upon something totally odd that really tasted nice?

My starter for one.....

Hot mini Yorkshire Pudding with Brie..... :)
Ok, I'll join in...

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Dixkot



Ritz cracker, Stilton & walnut and a dribble of honey.

Andrew_Haldane

Quote from: Dixkot on October 30, 2012, 19:24:49 pm

Ritz cracker, Stilton & walnut and a dribble of honey.


Yep that works  :P ... Though I prefer harder, crunchier wholemeal crackers

Stuffed mushrooms with ham, stuffing, garlic, sun dried tomato and cheese
...and a bit of horseradish sauce

Dixkot



A cheddar cheese & raspberry jam toastie.  Honestly, stunning.

Fishy

Quote from: Dixkot on October 30, 2012, 23:09:45 pm

A cheddar cheese & raspberry jam toastie.  Honestly, stunning.


i don't believe you mate   ::)
From the Land of Honest Men.

zoony

Quote from: Fishy on October 31, 2012, 10:34:54 am
i don't believe you mate   ::)


I may have to try one though mate, purely out of curiousity mind  ::) ;).

Red Star

Beans on toast but with a spread of marmite on the toast before the beans go on. If I'm feeling extra indulgent I might even top the beans off with some grated cheddar cheese.
You shall call me pisshead the God of Pintage I shall be...

pdw1

Quote from: Fishy on October 31, 2012, 10:34:54 am
i don't believe you mate   ::)

He'll be on about deep fried Mars bars next  :P
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captainkurtz

Quote from: Dixkot on October 30, 2012, 23:09:45 pm

A cheddar cheese & raspberry jam toastie.  Honestly, stunning.

I used to have cheese and strawberry jam on toast a lot when I was a kid.  Probably explains why I was such a fat c***.  ;D
Anger is a gift.

zoony

I had one at work once. Someone had cut a doughnut open in our rest room, scooped the jam out, replaced it with brown sauce and put it together again. I walked in and said who's is that, and was told mine if I wanted it. Being a greedy bastard it went into my gob in one go. I can't say I enjoyed it, but down the hatch it went.

Dixkot

Quote from: Red Star on October 31, 2012, 11:40:31 am
Beans on toast but with a spread of marmite on the toast before the beans go on. If I'm feeling extra indulgent I might even top the beans off with some grated cheddar cheese.


Sounds good.  I like beans on toast with grated cheese and mayonnaise.

Andrew_Haldane

Quote from: Dixkot on November 01, 2012, 00:04:34 am
Sounds good.  I like beans on toast with grated cheese and mayonnaise.


Jings!  :o

Fishy

Quote from: Dixkot on November 01, 2012, 00:04:34 am
Sounds good.  I like beans on toast with grated cheese and mayonnaise.


fecking hell you are one weird motherfrockerr..:)
From the Land of Honest Men.

Captain Ron

Thinly sliced apple and thinly sliced Mars bar layered in a sandwich was one I liked in my teens.

I am a big salt lover so things like taking a co-op stuffed crust pepperoni pizza and then covering it with a tin of anchovy fillets and sliced mushrooms and then putting a little extra grated cheddar on top to glue it all together really floats my boat. Anchovies are SO salty! I can totally understand why lots of people hate them but I love them.

I totally get the jam and cheese thing too. Camembert with blackcurrant jam is lovely.
"I was brought up to believe" (but never to leave beer)

Blastzone

Quote from: Dixkot on October 30, 2012, 19:24:49 pm

Ritz cracker, Stilton & walnut and a dribble of honey.


One of my favourites
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