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What is the strangest sandwich combination you've ever eaten?

Asked by Sunny2 (18758points) February 15th, 2013

Did you make it? Or someone else? Was it to your liking? Or did you not eat the rest of it? Did you ever choose to have it again? Any other comments?

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Aethelwine's avatar

I made a grilled cheese with peanut butter and jelly. It wasn’t that bad. It was also a midnight snack and beer was involved.

filmfann's avatar

It tasted pretty good. My brother swore that it was terrific.

Peanut Butter, mayonaise, and Salami.

WestRiverrat's avatar

Fried peanut butter, banana, marshmallow and dill pickle on wheat.

Jeruba's avatar

Thinly sliced green olives and sliced radishes on white bread with a little Miracle Whip.

It was a long time ago, and it seemed like a good idea at the time. I don’t think I did it again.

augustlan's avatar

These aren’t really strange, but kind of uncommon:

My favorite restaurant sandwich is called The Song of Love. It’s a good sub roll with lobster salad (think tuna salad, but with lobster) topped with avocado, thick cut bacon, and the cheese of your choice (I choose fontina or sharp cheddar), then run under a broiler. So good!

At home, we make grilled ham & cheese sandwiches on sourdough bread with tavern ham, Havarti cheese, and avocado slices. Yum.

ucme's avatar

Monster Munch & Curly Wurly, made by my hand…not bad all things considered.

fremen_warrior's avatar

While in Ireland (I mean seriously, where else?): 2 pieces of crispy buttered toast, between them some hash potatoes, black pudding, baked beans, scrambled eggs, and an oven-roasted sausage.

Having eaten this monster of a sandwitch I could barely move for the next 20 minutes xD

(back in the day before I turned vegetarian)

WillWorkForChocolate's avatar

Peanut butter, jelly, and Cheetos.

dxs's avatar

I used to put french fries in my hamburgers. It didn’t taste too unusual because it wasn’t too unusual, but gave a really interesting texture to the burger.

Kardamom's avatar

Feta cheese, chopped hazel nuts and orange marmalade on a tortilla. One of the best things I ever came up with! Excellent breakfast sandwich.

Pachy's avatar

My favorite snack sandwich is cream cheese and chopped, pimento-filled olives on white, wheat or sourdough.

cookieman's avatar

Peanut butter and bacon.

livelaughlove21's avatar

My uncle made a peanut butter and cheese sandwich for my sister when she was a kid and made her eat it. He apologized about 15 years later. He thought it was good.

Unbroken's avatar

I used to put chips in my sandwhich I liked the crunch but still hate pickles.

Now it is a bltavocado. On savory bean bread.

JLeslie's avatar

Refried beans and ham on white bread toasted in one of those sandwich maker thingies that you press down and it makes two traingles. My MIL made it for me for breakfast, which from what I can tell is not unusual in Mexico.

majorrich's avatar

Ham, baked beans and potato chips on a kaiser roll. An entire Easter feast on a bun.

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