Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Yuck --> Yum!

There are a few foods that taste really good, but when they're described sound absolutely disgusting. Here are some examples:

1) Chicken nuggets with honey. McDonald's used to give out packets of honey automatically with your Chicken McNuggets, but now you have to ask for them. It's so good.

2) Strawberries with sour cream and brown sugar. I remember feeling sick when I first heard about this, but once I ate it I was hooked.

3) Mixing Peanut Butter Cap'n Crunch cereal with Honey Roasted Honey Bunches of Oats. This personally didn't sound gross to me, but Katie thought it looked nasty. It wasn't.

4) Mixing ice cream and birthday cake together until it becomes a sweet, grainy, dark brown soup. This even sounds and looks gross to me still, but I do it every time I eat cake and ice cream. Don't judge.

5) Flan. Actually, I don't like flan. It looks gross and it does taste kind of gross.

Can you think of any others?


Chris said...

perhaps salt and watermelon?

Patricia said...

That's the way Dad always eats cake and ice cream. I find it.....interesting?
I heard today oh the radio that Cap'n Cruch cereal is the most unhealthy cereal there is. Fat, sugar and sodium.
Chris, didn't you say that the Greeks eat watermelon and feta?
Interesting. I've never had the courage to try it, yet.

Anna said...

Man, those chicken nuggets look so good and it is only 8:30 in the morning. Thanks Bryan.

When I was a kid I mixed ketchup and rice. It tasted great then. Now it is pretty gross. Also, mmy mom used to roll lettuce leaves up into a scroll shapes and secure them with toothpicks and then sprinkle sugar on them so we would eat them. It didn't work, but we did lick off the sugar.

Kathy Haynie said...

I beg to differ about the flan. It is the food of the gods.

Mark always mixes cereals indiscriminately. I am more of a purist.

ali said...

pickle wrapped in cheese and then dipped in ranch = heaven

Lisa Lou said...

I like Alison's idea. I like slices of lunch meat ham, spread some cream cheese on it, and roll up and pin with a toothpick. Horse-du-vors!