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Don't knock it till you've tried it...(unusual combos)

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02-28-2013, 10:48 AM
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Don't knock it till you've tried it...(unusual combos)

Pop popcorn as normal, add butter.

Now mix with mini marshmellows,pieces of jujubes and chocolate chips/mini m&m's

it is awesome.

(I should mention that of course if you are doing this warm, it'll get a bit gooey. I sometimes will toast an oversize "roster" marshmallow and use that. I don't mind )


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Pop popcorn as normal, add butter.

Now mix with mini marshmellows,pieces of jujubes and chocolate chips/mini m&m's

it is awesome.
Gonna try that

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Popcorn with spicy nacho cheese for a dip.

That popcorn blend you mentioned, octopi, isn't gross at all. I've had something similar, with rice krispie squares, melted chocolate and caramel, popcorn and almonds. Really good.

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Peanut butter with anything.
I once melted some in a dish, and poured it on some plain spaghetti noodles. Wasn't bad. Wasn't as great as I'd hoped, but wasn't bad.

Otherwise, I use 3 cheese ranch dressing as a dipping sauce: for pizza, for veggies, for meat (like pork tenderloin).

Or I mix cereals too: Rice Kripsies with Shreddies, etc.

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Don't knock it till you've tried it...(unusual combos)
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Pop popcorn as normal, add butter.

Now mix with mini marshmellows,pieces of jujubes and chocolate chips/mini m&m's

it is awesome.
That actually sounds delicious.

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Usually people tell me I'm crazy when I tell them about peanut butter, jelly, and ham. Then they try it and tell me it's amazing. Because it is. Peanut butter, jelly, and ham. Try it, i'm telling you.

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popcorn with butter. then douse franks red hot all over the popcorn. Amazing for hot sauce lovers.

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Worked with someone who used to eat Miracle Whip and peanut butter sandwiches. Knocked it. Didnt try it. Dont like Miracle Whip.

On the other hand, when I have oatmeal on rare occasion, I'll put 2 heaping tablespoons of peanut butter, milk or cream, butter and brown sugar in it.

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Pop popcorn as normal, add butter.

Now mix with mini marshmellows,pieces of jujubes and chocolate chips/mini m&m's

it is awesome.

(I should mention that of course if you are doing this warm, it'll get a bit gooey. I sometimes will toast an oversize "roster" marshmallow and use that. I don't mind )
Between this and your other thread, you are going to give some diabetes

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Worked with someone who used to eat Miracle Whip and peanut butter sandwiches. Knocked it. Didnt try it. Dont like Miracle Whip.

On the other hand, when I have oatmeal on rare occasion, I'll put 2 heaping tablespoons of peanut butter, milk or cream, butter and brown sugar in it.
Never heard of that but I have heard of Peanut butter and marshmallow fluff

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Mother in law eats peanut butter and mayonaise sandwiches. Claims it's delicious, but over 5+ years of knowing her, I still refuse to even try.

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Never heard of that but I have heard of Peanut butter and marshmallow fluff
Tis true. I questioned my co-worker about that if it wasnt marshmallow fuff instead but it was indeed Miracle Whip. Gross if you ask me.

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Between this and your other thread, you are going to give some diabetes
I think I'm genetically immune. My dad eats more sugar than anyone I've ever met, and doesn't have diabetes.

Personally, I use only a small corning ware bowl of about 5 inches to pop the popcorn(i get "oil headaches" from larger amounts), so that's not actually much

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And since half or more of the board comprises fellow Canadians...

Pountine. Grooooosssss.
Seriously, curds and gravy. How can you guys eat that stuff? Dont like curds. Dont like gravy on my fires. Dont like fries that much either and when I eat them, its only with ketchup.

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And since half or more of the board comprises fellow Canadians...

Pountine. Grooooosssss.
Seriously, curds and gravy. How can you guys eat that stuff? Dont like curds. Dont like gravy on my fires. Dont like fries that much either and when I eat them, its only with ketchup.
I agree, but I just hate gravy in general. Fries, curd, gravy? Doesn't make any sense to me.

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One of my friends used to have Ice Cream and Ketchup sometimes. Urgh.

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As someone who's tried just about every style of beer possible, some of the most bizzarre flavor profiles imaginable often work out surprisingly well.

Funky Buddha Brewery from Florida make a "Sweet Potato Casserole" ale, which tastes exactly like sweet potato casserole with mini-marshmallows melted over it. Absolutely awesome stuff.

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As someone who's tried just about every style of beer possible, some of the most bizzarre flavor profiles imaginable often work out surprisingly well.

Funky Buddha Brewery from Florida make a "Sweet Potato Casserole" ale, which tastes exactly like sweet potato casserole with mini-marshmallows melted over it. Absolutely awesome stuff.
Last month or two tried a Creme Brulee Imperial Milk Stout. Was absolutely disgusting. Although it does have decent BA scores, IIRC.

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I agree, but I just hate gravy in general. Fries, curd, gravy? Doesn't make any sense to me.

Gravy is good. Italians call spaghetti sauce gravy. Red beans and rice? Pot roast and gravy. Com-on now.

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Gravy is good. Italians call spaghetti sauce gravy. Red beans and rice? Pot roast and gravy. Com-on now.
If we're talking about red sauce, well I could drink a cup of a good red sauce.


I'm referring to that Thanksgiving gravy crap. Hate it.

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If we're talking about red sauce, well I could drink a cup of a good red sauce.


I'm referring to that Thanksgiving gravy crap. Hate it.
Hater.
To each his own I suppose.

Me, brown gravy if done right on rice for Thanksgiving is gold.

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