5 Things [Fave Food Combos]

Yaaay! Hooray! 😀 Dr. Tanya is bringing back the #5Things prompt. Here are my 5 fave food combos with my very own photos…

1. Seafood & Pasta

Seafood pasta

2. Peanut Butter & Blackberry Preserves

Peanut butter & preserves

3. Lox & Bagel

Lox and bagel

4. Sweet Potato & Broccoli

Sweet Potato and broccoli

5. Grilled Cheese & Tomato

I know you were expecting me to have cake or cupcakes, or maybe cookies or pie, and here I go posting normal food, so like what’s up with that? Welp… There’s no combo with cake. Cake stands alone. Same with the others. Sorry, but I’m not a fan of ruining my desserts by glopping ice cream over them. Nothing against ice cream! Love ice cream. But it’s also a stand-alone.

That’s just how it is.

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Images are mine.

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16 responses to “5 Things [Fave Food Combos]

  1. Love your combos .
    Looks like you have used all your own photos
    And of course, cake is in a category of it’s own.

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  2. Super delicious combos! And I do agree cake and ice cream are stand-alone 😉

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  3. Dang! I’d eat any of those, except the sweet potato/broccoli thing. But I would adore those sunflower (?) seeds immensely. That pasta dish looks AMAZING and the lox and bagels are something i had to give up when I moved to a town without proper bagels nor their additions to. (you can keep the onion though. No onions please). Overall? Nom nom nom!! 😀

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  4. You forgot Junior Mints and popcorn!!

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  5. i’m hungry now…

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  6. Carrot & cake. The perfect combo. 😂😂😂. By the way it is my favorite dessert. Pecans not walnuts and no raisins or coconut (I’m allergic). Okay I’m craving it now. 😊 dang!

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  7. Ooh, tasty! The sweet potato and broccoli thingy: Do you have a recipe?

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    • I like to bake the sweet potato in the oven at 400 for an hour. It’s way better than nuking. It’s okay to nuke some broccoli though, if frozen, or give it a quick steam or sauté if you prefer. I vary the toppings but always use butter (or a substitute) and it’s great to sprinkle on some seeds or chopped nuts if you have them. Looks like I went a bit overboard in this pic!

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