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Old 06-29-2014, 02:49 PM   #51
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I have been known to eat apples and Italian dressing.

Also like canned peaches with french dressing on them.
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Old 06-29-2014, 02:55 PM   #52
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I like pork rinds dipped in cheese sauce.
Melty cheese and fried pork. Not weird, a great combination.
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Old 06-29-2014, 04:01 PM   #53
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I have been known to eat apples and Italian dressing.

Also like canned peaches with french dressing on them.
Oh yes! A good French dressing goes REALLY well with a variety of fruit. I love pears and French dressing.

Shoot, I love any combination of salt/sweet, sweet/tart, hot/sweet, sweet/sour.

EXAMPLE: Tin roof sundae. Vanilla ice cream, hot fudge and salty Spanish peanuts! It is my absolutely favorite sundae.
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Old 06-29-2014, 05:35 PM   #54
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Pretzel rods dipped in Nutella.
Sesame sticks dipped in Nutella.
Pretzel rods dipped in jalapeņo mustard.
Triscuits dipped in jalapeņo mustard.
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Old 06-29-2014, 10:59 PM   #55
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Smoked oysters
Pickled herring in sour cream

I know there are others. These are just the ones that spring to mind because my wife always tells me they are weird.
+1 It is a MN thing.
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Old 06-29-2014, 11:02 PM   #56
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Saltine crackers, peanut butter, bacon (already cooked, to be reheated), cheddar cheese, fresh strawberries. Piled up on the cracker, and then heated in the microwave until the cheese melts, add the strawberries. Bad-bad-bad, but it is only s/thing I can do during strawberry season.
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Old 11-29-2014, 04:16 AM   #57
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I love to eat cold Boston Baked Beans on plain rice cakes. I always have a can of them in the fridge. Once I open the can, I keep it in the fridge with a spoon in it. Then every time I have to open the fridge, I take a spoonful.

I also love to put creamy peanut butter on rice cakes and then heat them up in the fridge. The PB melts down into the rice cakes. And warm PB tastes so much better than straight from the jar.
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Old 11-29-2014, 08:15 AM   #58
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Crisp apple slices dipped in Marie's Chunky Blue Cheese Dressing.

It is also great in a Waldorf style salad made with apple chunks, a squirt of lemon juice, celery chunks, toasted walnuts and if you have it some crumbled crispy bacon all tossed with Marie's Chunky Blue.
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Crisp apple slices dipped in Marie's Chunky Blue Cheese Dressing.

It is also great in a Waldorf style salad made with apple chunks, a squirt of lemon juice, celery chunks, toasted walnuts and if you have it some crumbled crispy bacon all tossed with Marie's Chunky Blue.
I love blue cheese dressing on French fries...(another MN thing--we used to order fries with bc dressing on the side and salad bar at Perkins because it had two things we could not live without--coleslaw and pickled herring). Back to apples--I like to take a Gala or Cortland apple, fresh from the local orchard, slice it and sprinkle it with sea salt and freshly ground black pepper.
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I love blue cheese dressing on French fries...(another MN thing--we used to order fries with bc dressing on the side and salad bar at Perkins because it had two things we could not live without--coleslaw and pickled herring). Back to apples--I like to take a Gala or Cortland apple, fresh from the local orchard, slice it and sprinkle it with sea salt and freshly ground black pepper.
Back to potatoes!

I always ask for blue cheese dressing on baked potatoes instead of sour cream.
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