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Ernie15
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Since the popular thread from 2011 has gone to hell with outdated images, false page redirections and 4 blank pages of deleted posts, I think it's time to start anew for the 2012 community.

I'll start out by posting some strange (but real) sodas I found on Google. You can be the ones to determine whether or not you'd ever try any of them.

http://www.nicegraphics.com/chow/baconfest/syrup.jpg

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-vYHtyzs8EHo/TlFzwOGlLQI/AAAAAAAAAPI/Jat1mP5hGTE/s1600/milkis_lotte.jpg

http://steveandamysly.tannerworld.com/databank/2006/image_jonessoda_2006_holiday_holidaypack_antacidflavored_review3.jpg

The label on the last one is real, but the flavor is fake. You'll have to learn the Jones way of doing things.

Chips are another favorite when it comes to bizarre flavors.

http://blog.greggman.com/japan/chips-02/american-burger.jpg

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-dy5n7BPVQgc/TYztnJYUqkI/AAAAAAAARIk/DYnYqOAxDgM/slide_9123_121309_large.jpg

http://blog.zap2it.com/pop2it/mint%20mischief%20chips.jpg

http://cmsimg.indystar.com/apps/pbcsi.dll/bilde?Site=BG&Date=20120418&Category=LIVING07&ArtNo=120418015&Ref=AR&MaxW=140&Border=0&Weird-flavors-Bacon-shakes-PB-J-vodka-BLT-chips-debut

^ Those BLT chips are actually not too bad.

And, of course, the Canadian classic...

http://fe.blog.images.s3.amazonaws.com/2010/12/Ketchup_Flavored_Chips-645_full.jpg

If you know of any strange flavors or you just happen to find some online, post them here. Pictures are always appreciated.

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That is actually quite delicious. Remember! Thou shalt not judge what thou hast not eaten.


No, I will judge. Cheese is vile. No exceptions.

That's why this tater-tot casserole looks horribly unappetizing:

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-zN-fAjB5PzA/UDvJdXAz1nI/AAAAAAAAByo/Ebab9-G93mw/s1600/Beefy%2BTater%2BTot%2BCasserole.jpg

Fish mixed with lye?


Every time I see lutefisk, all I can think of is that one King of the Hill episode.
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Going back to canned foods, this one from the 1960s definitely makes the cut:

http://www.bonappetit.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/instant-mashed-potatoes-646.jpg

Will we ever know what these odd canned spuds taste like?

is that house made entirely of bacon or is it just on the outside?


It appears that the inside is supported by something larger and cylindrical. Canned food perhaps? You can also see wire hooks (looks almost like a coat or hat rack you would hang on a wall) jutting out from just above the veranda roof, as well as clothespins holding the gable roof together, and what look like sharpened sticks in place of pillars in the front.

No matter how cleverly woven it is, there's just no way a bacon creation like that one is capable of standing and keeping its shape perfectly on its own without extraneous materials. As is the case with this house made primarily of pork sausages and waffles, it would totally collapse if you removed the skewer sticks holding it together.

http://cdn3.thatsnerdalicious.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/pork-house2-600x400.jpg


I'm glad none of those things actually exist in the real world...


All three of those things would look potentially delicious if their descriptions didn't already make them sound dreadful.

Forget the wife, it's chow time!


This is why I'm not married or in a relationship.

That's definitely the only reason.

No, I will judge. Cheese is vile. No exceptions.


Finally, someone who understands.

That's why this tater-tot casserole looks horribly unappetizing:


Napoleon Dynamite would kill for that.

While we're on the subject, is green bean casserole a stranger idea to me than it is to everyone else?

http://www.thfire.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/green-bean-casserole.jpg

It doesn't look horrible, but it surprises me that it's become so popular over the years.

Every time I see lutefisk, all I can think of is that one King of the Hill episode.


That's why I'm afraid to try lutefisk. I don't want to burn down a church.
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No matter how cleverly woven it is, there's just no way a bacon creation like that one is capable of standing and keeping its shape perfectly on its own without extraneous materials.


never say never! after all, someone did build a house made entirely of cotton candy. if I did the image thing right

http://blog.sndimg.com/cook/Singer/cotton-candy-house.jpg
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I finally got around to visiting one of those fancy soda machines of the future(see page 12). Raspberry Coke was not a regrettable decision, if I do say so.

http://cdn1.joshuakennon.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/coca-cola-freestyle-machine.jpeg

Coca Cola Freestyle, it's called. It's yours for a minimum base price of $2,000 plus $300 a month and the cost of the actual beverage concentrate.

http://www.eatpdq.com/storage/menu/Counter_Mat2.jpg

someone did build a house made entirely of cotton candy.


Makes me want to wear a pink straight jacket. Here's an article on the house.
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*If images do not work I will post links as well*

So has anyone tried the winter limited edition poptarts yet?

http://www.kelloggs.com/en_US/pop-tarts-frosted-marshmallow-hot-chocolate-limited-edition.html
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http://www.theimpulsivebuy.com/wordpress/2011/11/30/review-kelloggs-limited-edition-printed-fun-frosted-sugar-cookie-pop-tarts/
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http://snacken.net/2013/01/08/gingerbread-pop-tarts-review/
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I've only had the sugar cookie but it was really good, so I don't have a doubt that the other two are just the same.

@breakfast house: Ohhh, are those hashbrowns around the house? And what's that liquidy substance inside the house?

And how about their neighbor with the sandwich house?
http://www.bentoschoollunches.com/2012/04/bento-270-healthy-house-sandwich.html
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I can see the two of them becoming good friends.

@green bean casserole: Its actually pretty good. My mom occasionally makes it for family get-togethers and its good. The crispy french onions have to be the highlight of the dish.

@cotton candy padded cell: If only mine was just as delicious.

@Coca Cola Freestyle: I recommend the grape sprite. Its truely delicious.

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I recommend the grape sprite. Its truely delicious.


Haha, I would go for one of those right now ^^
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I'm salivating, cotton candy house mmm. I would love one of those Coca Cola vending machines at one point in my life, preferably in my future cotton candy house. Next to the table with the cheese burger pizza and a green bean casserole.

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On Epic Meal Time, they made Bacon-Wrapped Sleigh.

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http://31.media.tumblr.com/4cb75b8b4402f9a2cda789414114d441/tumblr_mqpvp0h9pH1ru89oxo1_250.jpg

Mmmm, everyone loves the flavor of moose, and why not spruce it up with some maple syrup?

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Dried Pork and Seaweed donut anyone?
http://i1204.photobucket.com/albums/bb401/Alexi_Hunt/image-2.jpg
Or wasabi cheese and seaweed cheese?
http://i1204.photobucket.com/albums/bb401/Alexi_Hunt/image.jpg
If you're looking for something more sweet what about Taco Bell's Baby Ruth Chocodilla mmm
http://i1204.photobucket.com/albums/bb401/Alexi_Hunt/image-1.jpg

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Wasabi and seaweed would make fine donut flavors on their own. Why do they feel the need to add cheese?

This one's for @Armpit and all the other English folk who have frequented this thread. I stumbled across this while browsing for strange desserts.

http://www.travelandleisure.com/images/amexpub/0028/3393/201202-w-strange-dessrets-english-breakfast-dessert.jpg

Traditional English breakfast? Think again.

From travelandleisure.com:

Dublin-based food blogger and cook Vicky McDonald of stasty.com came up with this sugary-sweet take on the classic full English breakfast. She used caramelized peanut-butter sponge cake to represent sausages, white chocolate biscuits floating in orange-strawberry coulis to stand in for baked beans, and panna cotta with a lemon curd center for the fried eggs. McDonald spent days developing these ingenious replicas of breakfast staples, rounding out the plate with hash browns of brioche coated with panko breadcrumbs and a black pudding consisting of a simple chocolate biscuit cake rolled in removable rice paper.


The only mystery I can't solve is how the chef created the bacon. Looks like some type of thin cookie. Whatever it is, it all looks delicious, whether it's to be eaten at breakfast or dessert.

Much better looking than that sweet spinach pie from Tuscany.

http://sweets.seriouseats.com/images/2011/11/20111114-179553-tuscanys-sweet-spinach-pie.jpg
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Mmmm, everyone loves the flavor of moose


There is no way that is real =O. Tasty Moose.

How many of us wanted the insulation in our houses to be cotton candy? Can't say the thought never occurred to you.
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Much better looking than that sweet spinach pie from Tuscany.


Popeye might have a different opinion.
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This was so last year.

Ernie15
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There is no way that is real


Don't underestimate the power of Canada.

How many of us wanted the insulation in our houses to be cotton candy? Can't say the thought never occurred to you.


I doubt it would provide sufficient insulation during the harsh winter months, especially after I've eaten all of it.


This was so last year.


Until page 68, it was so two years ago.
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