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MBFF - Most Bizarre Food Flavors - 2013 Edition!

Posted Apr 10, '14 at 2:24am

CherryCoke360

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Lol mitt romney hates you.. I like how one is a radish. xp

"Dude, I was so drunk last night!"
"What'd you get drunk off of?"
"Cheese."


HAHAHAHAhaha.. oh god, that one actually killed me.. nice job dude..lol.. can you get drunk off government cheese too? lol.. how about regular cheese ice cream?

http://heart-2-heart-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/556136356503_0_alb.jpg
 

Posted Apr 10, '14 at 10:17am

09philj

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Why must cheese be abused so?

http://www.thestreetsavvy.com/sites/thestreetsavvy.com/files/primulaPage01.jpg

The prawn one sounds especially wretch inducing.

 

Posted Apr 10, '14 at 3:21pm

gh0sts

gh0sts

888 posts

Is that all cheese in a tube? I agree, prawns do not belong anywhere near that stuff. Not sure how bad it would be in comparison to cheese-flavored ice cream.

Sorry, my mistake, these are the three finalists.


Can you still find any of those? I always looked for Sriracha when the contest was running but I never could find it.
 

Posted Apr 11, '14 at 10:21am

09philj

09philj

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Is that all cheese in a tube?


Yes.

Sticking with cheese:
http://www.thegrocer.co.uk/pictures/420xAny/7/1/7/9717_Dairy-Milk-Philadelphia.jpg
 

Posted Apr 11, '14 at 3:56pm

gh0sts

gh0sts

888 posts

Chocolate cream cheese? I can see some logic behind that. It probably tastes like a variation of your everyday chocolate cake icing.

 

Posted Apr 11, '14 at 4:23pm

Suxilo

Suxilo

3 posts

I remember they started selling that cheese spread in a store here in August of 2012.
I bought it just to try it out, tasted more like cheese than chocolate, despite the colour.

 

Posted Apr 11, '14 at 8:31pm

Ernie15

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13,425 posts

Knight

This post might be a bit long for the 8th post on the page, but that just means the thread will get more page views from people referring back to this post in their posts.

What makes ice cream Pepsi different from regular vanilla Pepsi?


Pepsi Ice Cream was only sold in Russia, while Pepsi Vanilla was only available in the United States in Canada.

Speaking of Pepsi, Germany has an orange-cola flavored beverage called Schwip Schwap.

http://img.21food.com/img/product/2013/5/12/europeandrinks-04170150.jpg

And Coca-Cola makes one called Mezzo Mix.

http://www.aumarche.com/_ccLib/image/products/DETA1-1194.jpg

Both of these products sell much better in Germany than Coca-Cola Orange (page 26) did in the UK.

The three finalists for the Do Us A Flavor competition were weirder.


No wonder "Mitt Romney Doesn't Like You" won; the other two were just standard potato flavors. Radish-flavored chips are far surely far more interesting.

Unfortunately, no such potato chips actually exist, but people have made chips out of sliced radishes.

http://www.simplecomfortfood.com/images/radish-chips2.jpg

how about regular cheese ice cream?


Apparently available only in the Philippines. Here are some more bizarre ice cream flavors from around the world, Quezo Real included. There are a few on that list that make cheese look like one of Baskin Robbins' 31 original flavors.

The prawn one sounds especially wretch inducing.


That is truly a random combination. I can picture an English businessman suggesting prawns as a new flavor for their cheese spread at some kind of press conference, but only in the form of a British comedy sketch.

There is certainly no reason to ever put prawns and cheese together.

Can you still find any of those? I always looked for Sriracha when the contest was running but I never could find it.


The winner, Cheesy Garlic Bread, is still available in certain locations. The other two vanished shortly after the contest was over, and even then they were only available in select locations.

Sticking with cheese:


Not only do they make it in milk chocolate; it's also available in dark chocolate.

http://www.junkfoodguy.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/indul01.png

That image also reminded me of this post.

I bought it just to try it out, tasted more like cheese than chocolate, despite the colour.


According to at least one review, the dark chocolate spread tastes a bit more chocolatey.
 

Posted Apr 12, '14 at 12:34pm

09philj

09philj

2,141 posts

These look appetising:

http://www.myburger.fr/lescahiersduburger/Frites/fries-to-go/frie-to-go1.jpg

 

Posted Apr 13, '14 at 2:07am

CherryCoke360

CherryCoke360

415 posts

Coke with orange sounds almost as good as coke with cherry.. lol. which one do people like better in Germany, the schwip schwap or mezzo mix?

 

Posted Apr 13, '14 at 3:23am

Ernie15

Ernie15

13,425 posts

Knight

These look appetising:


I've never been big on frozen fries, but what I can't figure out about these is why they're packaged like Crayola crayons in the 64-color set.

It's also baffling that people would buy their fries in such small quantities. Compared to the size of an Ore Ida fry sack, these Fries-to-Go seem like a terrible investment.

http://www.iheartpublix.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/ore-ida-fries.gif

Looks like that bag contains more than 24 fries. Granted, you have to put them in the oven, but you get at least 3x the fried potato-ey goodness.

which one do people like better in Germany, the schwip schwap or mezzo mix?


You'll have to ask someone who lives or has lived in Germany. @UnleashedUponMankind may be able to help you with your query.
 
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