There are many normal combinations of foods that get eaten in our household: peanut butter and jelly, chips and salsa, cheese and crackers, and on special occasions, Oreos and milk.
Of course, because one of my children possesses an abnormal palate and little culinary inhibition, we also encounter several abnormal food combinations that make me shudder. At this point in parenting, I mostly look the other the other way and wash my hands of the situation. (I mean, I wouldn't choose to dip my grapes in ketchup, but that doesn't mean my three-year-old can't appreciate it, right? There are bigger battles to fight than choice of condiments.)
That being said, let me pay tribute to a winning combination that I discovered last year, which arguably, was 34 years too late.
Have you ever eaten Honeycrisp apples with caramel dip?
This discovery has ruined me. I might never be able to go back to eating regular apples again.
Incidentally, my three-year-old daughter doesn't like the pairing. I'm okay with this for only one reason: more for me.