Meatfruit: all the other combinations of food

MeatfruitI’m so very fond of starting projects because new projects give me the opportunity not to follow through on them.

So I’ve started a recipe-and-review blog lovingly dedicated to the supposedly weird (though in fact hyperdelicious) combinations in which I ingest food. It is ominously entitled Meatfruit. Today’s special (invented on-the-spot as I stood in my kitchen with begrowled belly) is Haferflocken kitschig. I think the German name sets the right tone for the dish, something “cheesy oatmeal with walnuts and mixed berries” just can’t pull off.

If you have your own disgusting dish that no one else in your life believes is actually tasty, send me a vague recipe I can ignore and I’ll happily feature said dish on the site.

Bone appetite.

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2 thoughts on “Meatfruit: all the other combinations of food

  1. Add garlic, ginger, red bell pepper, and pepper flakes to the pan and cook together a couple of minutes, then add peanut butter and melt it.
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