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21st Sep '16 8:01:01 PM Monolaf317
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* A bit milder than most, but if you stack a cherry, pumpkin, and apple pie on top of each other and bake them all in a cake you get a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherpumple Cherpumple]].

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* A bit milder than most, but if you stack a cherry, pumpkin, and apple pie on top of each other and bake them all in a cake you get a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherpumple Cherpumple]].Cherpumple]].
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24th Jun '16 2:17:34 PM Monolaf317
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* The infamous Baskin Robbins/''Dunkin' Donuts'' combo. Because, you know, what's a donut without an ice cream sundae to wash it down? [[http://hoboken411.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/04/dunkin%20donuts%20baskin%20robins.JPG]] And in some cases they're combined with Togo's Subs, which the company calls a "trombo".

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* The infamous Baskin Robbins/''Dunkin' Donuts'' combo. Because, you know, what's a donut without an ice cream sundae to wash it down? [[http://hoboken411.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/04/dunkin%20donuts%20baskin%20robins.JPG]] JPG The building here.]] And in some cases they're combined with Togo's Subs, which the company calls a "trombo".
24th Jun '16 2:15:19 PM Monolaf317
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*** The whole concept of the taco salad in general is a classic example of this trope.

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*** * The whole concept of the taco salad in general is a classic example of this trope.
24th Jun '16 2:14:03 PM Monolaf317
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* Carl's Jr. for a short time had a 1/3-pound burger topped with pastrami. That's right, they used [[http://www.theonion.com/content/node/51139 meat as a condiment]]. The executive vice president of marketing said, "It combines two great tastes - a delicious Carl's Jr. burger and a classic, steaming hot pastrami sandwich - into one awesome mutant burger."
** Unfortunately, they were late to the party, since several local chains in Utah have been serving pastrami burgers since the 70s.

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* Carl's Jr. for a short time had a 1/3-pound burger topped with pastrami. That's right, they used [[http://www.theonion.com/content/node/51139 meat as a condiment]]. The executive vice president of marketing said, "It combines two great tastes - a delicious Carl's Jr. burger and a classic, steaming hot pastrami sandwich - into one awesome mutant burger."
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" Unfortunately, they were late to the party, since several local chains in Utah have been serving pastrami burgers since the 70s.
20th Jun '16 7:26:00 AM Monolaf317
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* Poutine in itself can come across as this to nom-Canadians. Cheese + french fries? Popular snack or appetizer. Gravy + Fries? Less common most places, but not unusual. Gravy + fries + cheese, however, is a delicious Frankenstein of a dish for many people.

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* Poutine in itself can come across as this to nom-Canadians.non-Canadians. Cheese + french fries? Popular snack or appetizer. Gravy + Fries? Less common most places, but not unusual. Gravy + fries + cheese, however, is a delicious Frankenstein of a dish for many people.
24th Apr '16 4:16:21 PM karstovich2
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* A bit milder than most, but if you stack a cherry, pumpkin, and apple pie on top of each other you get a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherpumple Cherpumple]].

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* A bit milder than most, but if you stack a cherry, pumpkin, and apple pie on top of each other and bake them all in a cake you get a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherpumple Cherpumple]].
24th Apr '16 4:11:34 PM karstovich2
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* "Yuanyang tea", a specialty of UsefulNotes/HongKong and UsefulNotes/{{Taiwan}}, is made of seven parts Hong Kong-style milk tea and three parts brewed coffee; HK milk tea is itself one part milk to six parts strong brewed tea; this comes out to 1 part milk, 3 parts coffee and 6 parts strong tea when it's all mixed together. When you absolutely MustHaveCaffeine (and sugar and fat), this is not a bad way to go.

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* "Yuanyang tea", "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuanyang_%28drink%29 Yuanyang tea]]", a specialty of UsefulNotes/HongKong and UsefulNotes/{{Taiwan}}, is made of seven parts Hong Kong-style milk tea and three parts brewed coffee; HK milk tea is itself one part milk to six parts strong brewed tea; this comes out to 1 part milk, 3 parts coffee and 6 parts strong tea when it's all mixed together. When you absolutely MustHaveCaffeine (and sugar and fat), this is not a bad way to go.
6th Apr '16 6:24:46 AM Sharlee
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* At The Carving Board, a specialty sandwich shop in L.A., they found a way to turn ''spaghetti and meatballs'' into a sandwich. By compressing and baking cooked spaghetti noodles into "bread".
28th Feb '16 10:08:46 AM nombretomado
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** It's even capable of [[TheBoondocks reducing property value and increasing crime]].

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** It's even capable of [[TheBoondocks [[WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks reducing property value and increasing crime]].
9th Jan '16 3:32:23 PM malter
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* Then there's the Swedish [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sm%C3%B6rg%C3%A5st%C3%A5rta Smörgåstårta]], which is a sandwich ''cake''. Most commonly a shrimp sandwich (with eggs, mayonnaise and salad) scaled up to cake size. Popular additional fillings include liver pâté, caviar, olives, smoked salmon and, of course, bacon.
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