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Which weirdly delicious flavor combo are you?

From Sriracha and peanut butter to olive oil and ice cream, take this two-minute quiz to discover your flavour of weird ✨😜🎉

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    You've won a draw to fly first class for a food tour in one of the following cities, which do you pick? 🛩⭐️🍾
    • A.
      Delhi — Chaat, chhole bhature, and butter chicken, I'm coming for youuu!
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    • B.
      Venice — Catch me snacking on prosciutto and gorgonzola while drifting through the canals...
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    • C.
      San Francisco — This city's a galaxy of cutting-edge Michelin starred restaurants 💫🪐🤩
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      Taipai — I would do *just about* anything for a char siew pau (BBQ pork) steamed bun...
      (Correlates to: )
  • 2.
    What cooking skill would you most love to master?
    • A.
      Slow roasting a flavourful sauce — My spaghetti sauce tastes like hotdog water with a hint of sun-dried tomato.
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    • B.
      Cooking a whole chicken — Maybe if I ask the chicken really nicely, it'll stop being pink in the middle.
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    • C.
      Mastering one pot or pan meals — My kitchen is a junk yard of grease-streaked baking sheets and mismatched cutlery.
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      Dicing and slicing — I cut my fingers more than I cut the bananas and strawberries for my smoothie bowls.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 3.
    Pick a salad, any salad...
    • A.
      Every salad should be fruit salad. That refreshing burst of sweetness 👌
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    • B.
      Simple but sophisticated with a swirl of micro-greens.
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    • C.
      I like my salads BOLD. Avocado, sweet potato, and guava? Yes, please!
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    • D.
      Nothing too over the top. Just olive oil, feta, and a handful of cherry tomatoes.
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  • 4.
    You're sharing a sushi lunch with your bffs, and there's only one mouth-watering piece of rainbow roll left... What do you say?
    • A.
      "Don't even look at it, pals. There's only one place that rainbow leads... and it's into my mouth."
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    • B.
      "Uhmmm, on a scale of 1-Hungry Hippo, how bad do you guys want that last piece?"
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    • C.
      "Ugh, my tummy's still grumbling. Should I get something else or... *longingly eyes the roll.*
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    • D.
      I don't say anything — I can always just order one for the road... The only thing better than a sushi lunch is a sushi dinner!
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  • 5.
    From 1-10, how would you rate your culinary creativity?
    • A.
      1-4 — I'm a pull it from the box and pop it in the oven kind of chef.
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    • B.
      5-7 — I try out new recipes from time to time but I'm definitely no  Jamie Oliver.
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    • C.
      8-10 — I'm a food blog frequenter! I'm always scoping out new recipes to try... and even making up my own.
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  • 6.
    You're at a mom-and-pop Indian restaurant, and the server asks how hot you'd like your lamb korma... What do you say?
    • A.
      "I want it so hot steam comes out of my ears Yosemite Sam style."
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    • B.
      "A little heat, but  no burn. To heck with wild, let's get mild!"
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    • C.
      "Pretend you're making korma for a kitten with IBS (aka. NO SPICE)."
      (Correlates to: You're... Olive Oil and Ice Cream, You're... Sesame and Dark Chocolate)
  • 7.
    Pick a cupcake, any cupcake...
    • A.
      Black Forest with a cherry on top 🍒🥰
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    • B.
      Funfetti cake and a swirl of icing.
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    • C.
      Strawberry dusted with icing sugar!
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    • D.
      Peanut butter and chocolate 😋🥜🍫
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  • 8.
    Fill in the blank: Life is nothing without _________
    • A.
      Chocolate — My best friend and chocolate have a lot in common... calming, decadent, and fulla flavour.
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    • B.
      Chili powder — My emergency response to any hum-drum meal.
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    • C.
      Olive oil — Don't overlook this stove-top classic! It adds a splash of umami to any and everything.
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    • D.
      Peanut butter — On toast or with a banana... heck even straight out of the jar!
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  • 9.
    You and your partner are ordering a Naples-style pizza, and they want pineapples on top... What do you say?
    • A.
      "You know why they don't serve pineapples on pizza in Italy? Because they've got GOOD taste... unlike someone."
      (Correlates to: You're... Sriracha and Peanut Butter, You're... Mango and Chili Powder)
    • B.
      I don't put up a fight — but when we sit down to eat, I pick all the pineapples off while evil-eyeing my partner.
      (Correlates to: You're... Olive Oil and Ice Cream, You're... Sesame and Dark Chocolate)
    • C.
      "Heck yeah, we can't NOT have pineapples on pizza... even if Naples-style is supposed to be authentic *eyeroll* or whatever."
      (Correlates to: You're... Sriracha and Peanut Butter, You're... Mango and Chili Powder)
    • D.
      "Let's go for it. I'm happy if your happy... Plus the pineapples' sweetness might balance the pizza's salty crust."
      (Correlates to: You're... Olive Oil and Ice Cream, You're... Sesame and Dark Chocolate)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    You're... Sriracha and Peanut Butter
    Friend, you're a risk-taker who never orders the same dish twice. Plus your devil-may-care attitude means you might try out the snack others are too squeamish for — buttery escargots or bird's nest soup...Which makes you a total match with Sriracha and peanut butter. Okay hear me out, this combo isn't quite as weird as it sounds. Think of it like PB&J's rebellious cousin.The sweet, savory peanut butter offsets the Sriracha's heat. Spread a bit of each on some artisan sourdough, smoosh 'em together, and you've got yourself protein-rich lunch!"We all eat, and it would be a sad waste of opportunity to eat badly." — Anna ThomasWant to become a socially conscious foodie? Try out these three tips...1. Eat LocalBeing a foodie isn’t just about snapping #foodporn worthy pics. Don’t get me wrong, that’s a slice of the pie but it sure ain’t the whole thing! So try investing a little time and energy in researching your go-to restaurants.As a foodie, you’ve got the power of the dollar. You get to decide how your cash impacts the world. So if it’s in your budget, try to frequent locally owned, farm-to-table eateries. This’ll build a connection between you and your cuisine while supporting sustainable food systems.2. Learn the HistoryHave you ever bitten into a fast food burger only to stop-short wondering where its limp lettuce and cork-board tasting patty came from? If so, you’re far from alone. It’s wayyy too easy to forget our food has real origins...Get to know your fave snacks by digging into their production. How are their ingredients grown or raised? Are they processed or pre-packaged? This'll help you decide whether or not eating it aligns with your values.3. Don't Mistake Price for QualityThis tip speaks for itself... Just because a restaurant's menu is chock-full of $50+ items doesn't mean it'll be anything to write home about. NEWS FLASH over-priced, under-serving small plate restaurants are on their way out...And you won't catch me tearing up while waving them buh-bye... Hole in the wall eateries are often richer in story and history, anyhow. They offer earnest, genuine food for fair prices."Whose this food geek filling me in?" I'm glad you asked...Hey there, I’m Melissa Arnold 👋 I’m a snack savant and the founder of Food for Thought. What can you expect to find on my site? Articles geared towards sustainability and healthier, more equitable and sustainable food. Plus a whole lot of family-friendly recipes... Better get reading!Still not sure what’s for dinner? Check out my easy to pull off recipes...1) Garlic Herb Roast Chicken and Squash2) 3 Bean Vegan Chilli3) 30 Minute Zucchini Noodles with PestoP.S. Meet me in your inbox? I’ve got the perfect recipe for your flavor combo type...
  • 2.
    You're... Mango and Chili Powder
    Friend, you're a big fan of bold, bright flavors... Who says in-your-face is a bad thing, right? Your fun-loving personality means you're likely to pick out the most flamboyant dishes on any menu — caramelized pear in a Brandy cream sauce, yes please...This makes you a total match with mango and chili powder. Okay hear me out, this combo isn't quite as weird as it sounds...The chili's heat offsets the sweet, succulent mango. The next time you've got a hankering for tropical fruit, slice 'em up, and try sprinkling them with a bit of the spicy powder."We all eat, and it would be a sad waste of opportunity to eat badly." — Anna ThomasWant to become a socially conscious foodie? Try out these three tips...1. Eat LocalBeing a foodie isn’t just about snapping #foodporn worthy pics. Don’t get me wrong, that’s a slice of the pie but it sure ain’t the whole thing! So try investing a little time and energy in researching your go-to restaurants.As a foodie, you’ve got the power of the dollar. You get to decide how your cash impacts the world. So if it’s in your budget, try to frequent locally owned, farm-to-table eateries. This’ll build a connection between you and your cuisine while supporting sustainable food systems.2. Learn the HistoryHave you ever bitten into a fast food burger only to stop-short wondering where its limp lettuce and cork-board tasting patty came from? If so, you’re far from alone. It’s wayyy too easy to forget our food has real origins...Get to know your fave snacks by digging into their production. How are their ingredients grown or raised? Are they processed or pre-packaged? This'll help you decide whether or not eating it aligns with your values.3. Don't Mistake Price for QualityThis tip speaks for itself... Just because a restaurant's menu is chock-full of $50+ items doesn't mean it'll be anything to write home about. NEWS FLASH over-priced, under-serving small plate restaurants are on their way out...And you won't catch me tearing up while waving them buh-bye... Hole in the wall eateries are often richer in story and history, anyhow. They offer earnest, genuine food for fair prices."Whose this food geek filling me in?" I'm glad you asked...Hey there, I’m Melissa Arnold 👋 I’m a snack savant and the founder of Food for Thought. What can you expect to find on my site? Articles geared towards sustainability and healthier, more equitable and sustainable food. Plus a whole lot of family-friendly recipes... Better get reading!Still not sure what’s for dinner? Check out my easy to pull off recipes...1) Garlic Herb Roast Chicken and Squash2) 3 Bean Vegan Chilli3) 30 Minute Zucchini Noodles with PestoP.S. Meet me in your inbox? I’ve got the perfect recipe for your flavor combo type...
  • 3.
    You're... Olive Oil and Ice Cream
    Friend, there's nothing you love more than comfort food. Why, you might ask. Well, you've got a lot in common with calming classics like mac 'n cheese or chicken pot-pie — a soothing presence and a whole lotta heart...Which makes you a total match with olive oil and ice cream. Okay hear me out, this combo isn't quite as weird as it sounds. Think of it like a hot fudge sundae's sophisticated cousin.The olive oil's rich, complex flavor adds personality to a plain scoop of vanilla ice cream. Try sprinkling your bowl with a pinch of salt for a little extra zing."We all eat, and it would be a sad waste of opportunity to eat badly." — Anna ThomasWant to become a socially conscious foodie? Try out these three tips...1. Eat LocalBeing a foodie isn’t just about snapping #foodporn worthy pics. Don’t get me wrong, that’s a slice of the pie but it sure ain’t the whole thing! So try investing a little time and energy in researching your go-to restaurants.As a foodie, you’ve got the power of the dollar. You get to decide how your cash impacts the world. So if it’s in your budget, try to frequent locally owned, farm-to-table eateries. This’ll build a connection between you and your cuisine while supporting sustainable food systems.2. Learn the HistoryHave you ever bitten into a fast food burger only to stop-short wondering where its limp lettuce and cork-board tasting patty came from? If so, you’re far from alone. It’s wayyy too easy to forget our food has real origins...Get to know your fave snacks by digging into their production. How are their ingredients grown or raised? Are they processed or pre-packaged? This'll help you decide whether or not eating it aligns with your values.3. Don't Mistake Price for QualityThis tip speaks for itself... Just because a restaurant's menu is chock-full of $50+ items doesn't mean it'll be anything to write home about. NEWS FLASH over-priced, under-serving small plate restaurants are on their way out...And you won't catch me tearing up while waving them buh-bye... Hole in the wall eateries are often richer in story and history, anyhow. They offer earnest, genuine food for fair prices."Whose this food geek filling me in?" I'm glad you asked...Hey there, I’m Melissa Arnold 👋 I’m a snack savant and the founder of Food for Thought. What can you expect to find on my site? Articles geared towards sustainability and healthier, more equitable and sustainable food. Plus a whole lot of family-friendly recipes... Better get reading!Still not sure what’s for dinner? Check out my easy to pull off recipes...1) Garlic Herb Roast Chicken and Squash2) 3 Bean Vegan Chilli3) 30 Minute Zucchini Noodles with PestoP.S. Meet me in your inbox? I’ve got the perfect recipe for your flavor combo type...
  • 4.
    You're... Sesame and Dark Chocolate
    Friend, you're into all things understated. Who needs fancy shmancy sauces and little micro-green garnishes? Not you. When it comes it food, you're modest attitude means you're likely to play it safe...Which makes you a total match with sesame and chocolate. Okay hear me out, this combo isn't quite as weird as it sounds.The savory sesame seeds offset the chocolate's sweetness. Try baking them into a batch of chocolate cookies or sprinkling them on a bowl of iced cream."We all eat, and it would be a sad waste of opportunity to eat badly." — Anna ThomasWant to become a socially conscious foodie? Try out these three tips...1. Eat LocalBeing a foodie isn’t just about snapping #foodporn worthy pics. Don’t get me wrong, that’s a slice of the pie but it sure ain’t the whole thing! So try investing a little time and energy in researching your go-to restaurants.As a foodie, you’ve got the power of the dollar. You get to decide how your cash impacts the world. So if it’s in your budget, try to frequent locally owned, farm-to-table eateries. This’ll build a connection between you and your cuisine while supporting sustainable food systems.2. Learn the HistoryHave you ever bitten into a fast food burger only to stop-short wondering where its limp lettuce and cork-board tasting patty came from? If so, you’re far from alone. It’s wayyy too easy to forget our food has real origins...Get to know your fave snacks by digging into their production. How are their ingredients grown or raised? Are they processed or pre-packaged? This'll help you decide whether or not eating it aligns with your values.3. Don't Mistake Price for QualityThis tip speaks for itself... Just because a restaurant's menu is chock-full of $50+ items doesn't mean it'll be anything to write home about. NEWS FLASH over-priced, under-serving small plate restaurants are on their way out...And you won't catch me tearing up while waving them buh-bye... Hole in the wall eateries are often richer in story and history, anyhow. They offer earnest, genuine food for fair prices."Whose this food geek filling me in?" I'm glad you asked...Hey there, I’m Melissa Arnold 👋 I’m a snack savant and the founder of Food for Thought. What can you expect to find on my site? Articles geared towards sustainability and healthier, more equitable and sustainable food. Plus a whole lot of family-friendly recipes... Better get reading!Still not sure what’s for dinner? Check out my easy to pull off recipes...1) Garlic Herb Roast Chicken and Squash2) 3 Bean Vegan Chilli3) 30 Minute Zucchini Noodles with PestoP.S. Meet me in your inbox? I’ve got the perfect recipe for your flavor combo type...