I get the weirdest looks from people all the time for one of my favorite sandwiches. It is not your "normal" sandwich, although the person who gets to judge what is normal in this life does not always coincide with my own thoughts on normalcy.
The sandwich in question (which I am happily munching on right now) is pickle, lettuce, and pretzel with a drizzle of dijon mustard.
See, I told you. I see the looks out there. Except for you, making the yummy face. You get ten points.
It is a strange concoction, I will admit. But to me, the tangy and crunchy makes my taste buds happy. Adding cucumber is also a refreshing treat, but alas, no cucumbers in my kitchen today.
Weird sandwiches has been passed down to me, though. My dad's favorite sandwich was peanut butter and mayonnaise. When mom was too busy or had to go in to work early, dad would be in charge of making our breakfasts. And more likely than not, he would be slathering up the bread with PB and Mayo to put on our plates, and a huge glass of ice cold milk to wash it down.
It's actually really tasty. Don't knock it until you've tried it.
Another good one is peanut butter and jelly with sour cream and onion chips in the middle.
When you think about it, I'm sure everyone has some weird food concoction that they think is just mouth watering, but everyone else warily stares it down. As if it will jump off their friend's plate and try to scurry down their throat, gags aplenty.
So what is yours? I'm all ears.