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    Pasta with sweet and sour sauce, which probably isn't that odd really.

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    Beefy KP crisps and raita (yoghurt and mint 'indian' dip - Food of the gods. Found it out accidently when I had no poppadoms left.
    Little cubed potatoes and crispy bacon sandwich - has to be fried together (bacon and potato) with tomato sauce.
    Crumpets and golden syrup.

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    I make & cook my own pizza's - including the bases & sauces.

    The best one so far.......dough base (no sauce whatsoever) lots of strawberries, chicken, goats and mozzarella cheese, and balsamic vinegar.

    Actually bloomin lovely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_one_that_cant View Post
    Beefy KP crisps and raita (yoghurt and mint 'indian' dip - Food of the gods. Found it out accidently when I had no poppadoms left.
    Little cubed potatoes and crispy bacon sandwich - has to be fried together (bacon and potato) with tomato sauce.
    Crumpets and golden syrup.
    Put your Maccys hash brown in your Maccys bacon roll. So much Win.

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    PB&J sandwiches are tasty...I also like spread cheese and PB.

    Mulligatawny and Tomato soup, mixed together in equal proportions, is lip-smacking.

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    Jaffa cakes each wrapped in a dairylea slice and dipped in strawberry yogurt. Used to be one of my favourite snacks growing up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sagima View Post
    Jaffa cakes each wrapped in a dairylea slice and dipped in strawberry yogurt. Used to be one of my favourite snacks growing up
    That's not merely odd...that requires therapy.

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    If you're from oop north (or Jamaica) this isn't odd but I was shocked the first time my northern family offered it me: fruit bun and cheese! Nice thick slice of soreen with a big chunk of cranberry wensleydale on top, amazing

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    Might sound odd but is surprisingly nice - peanut butter and branston pickle on a sandwich

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJonas View Post
    Is @nephilim pregnant?
    I think he must be - just using his better half as his excuse lol ................ Only Kidding Carl lol.

    Golden Syrup on toast ( not sure if that is considered weird

    I love twiglets ( but thats another can of worms ref marmite / vegemite , and either loving it or hating it )

    If I think of anything else will post back

    A bottle of Yop ( yoghurt drink so strawberry or raspberry ) and a chocolate bar such as the crunchie choc bar as per below

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    Last edited by mac_shinobi; 17th March 2014 at 01:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpuffMonkey View Post
    Marmite and marmalade on toast is one of my faves..
    I was introduced to marmite & peanut butter on toast by my wife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew_C View Post
    I was introduced to marmite & peanut butter on toast by my wife.
    I think peanut butter and jam or marmalade is better , that or peanut butter and something sweet ie golden syrup / honey / maple syrup etc

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    Another vote for marmalade as a condiment for a fried breakfast.

    Here's Personal favourite of mine, discovered by arriving late to a party where everything else had been eaten...

    Chocolate Fingers and Hummus.

    By favourite, I mean, to tell people about. Generally I don't choose to eat it, but will now quite happily mix them if the opportunity presents.

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    Chicken, Ham and Cheese sandwiches... You can taste each of them individually.

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    Guinness and chocolate
    I love cheese and jam too.

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