Scott Hardie | November 18, 2003
What's your favorite way to snack that combines two or more incongruous foods?

Anna Gregoline | November 18, 2003
Hmmm...meaning, two foods that don't usually go together? It's not really snacking, but Jesse likes peanut butter and cheese sandwiches, which I think is gross. I'm usually a straight snacker - my latest dessert craze though is vanilla ice cream topped with pomegranite seeds. DELICIOUS!

Kris Weberg | November 19, 2003
Blue cheese, tortilla chips, and Tabasco. Or meatless buffalo wings, as I call them.

Scott Hardie | November 19, 2003
Mine is cottage cheese and cherry Jello, stirred together, or sometimes cottage cheese, pear slices, and shredded cheddar cheese. If you think that's kind of gross, my dad used to snack on a blend of cottage cheese and mayonnaise.


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