What weird food do you guys like??
I went to this deli down the street from where I was living for the past 18 months today. Usually the same two people take my order and they are used to my weird sandwich taste! But today it was someone new and I felt the need to prepare her for what I was about to order by saying “this is going to be weird..” haha!!
This is it:
A wrap with lettuce, tomato, olives, avocado, cheese, egg, hash brown, chipotle mayo and hot sauce. And grilled.
She seemed a little horrified.
Then a few weeks ago I ordered a pizza with kalamata olives, caramelized onions, and I wanted artichokes but the waiter told me that was a bad idea haha!! So I just got olives and onions. My brother HATED it!! But I loved it.
I guess I have weird food taste!! Oh well.
I can’t say I have any “weird” habits with food since I’ve got such restraints with eating and stuff as is. I remember when putting fries in your milkshake was considered abnormal!
I can say that I really like this casserole my cousin makes which is broccoli, cheez-itz, melted cheese, butter, spices, and baked. Is that strange enough? I ever considered pairing a vegetable and crackers together before but it works really well!
LOL, all of the things you guys have stated so far definitely sound weird and I don’t know if I would have the guts to try them. However, growing up one of my baby sitters taught me to cut a slice of cheese and put it in my breakfast cereal. First it was just frosted flakes, then I did it with all of them. I haven’t done it in the past couple of months, but I could still eat it no problem if I had to.
It was just plain old American cheese, white or yellow although for some reason I feel like white is better LOL.
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