This one might not be for everyone, but do us a favor—don't knock it'til you've tried it.Somehow, creamy, all-natural peanut butter paired with sweet, tangy pickles just work.
Despite the fact that they're both fruits, strawberry and avocado don't couple up on too many occasions.
There are those who already enjoy ketchup on their eggs; for the remaining naysayers, try it out Japanese-style.
Chocolate might not be common in savory dishes, but this recipe proves it's more than worthy of our attention.
you're not from New Haven, Connecticut, the idea of topping your pizza with seafood might seem like a sacrilege.
Citrus fruit and olives are no stranger to salads, but they're not often seen on the same plate—at least not in traditional American cuisine.
If you've already tried Elvis's favorite sandwich (peanut butter + bacon + banana), you're going to love this burger variant, which swaps the banana out for cheese.
Thank goodness for low-carb diets—otherwise, we might never have discovered the utter deliciousness that is buffalo cauliflower 'wings.'
Here's a pleasing food combo with Turkish origins. Runny, soft-boiled eggs ooze onto lemon-garlic Greek yogurt, creating a rich, creamy flavor sensation like you've never tasted.
In the sacred noodle world, ramen is typically reserved for succulent broths with meat and veggies.