Paper Jam - TWC
My Uncle Clarence could not stand the taste of iced tea, but around our house, it was a staple. When I was younger, I'd be the one tasked with fixing up a pot of tea... boil the water, add tea bags and let it steep, a big scoop of sugar and finish topping off the gallon jar with water. Later, after my Dad died, I'd just brew the tea and add water - no point in wasting time on the sugar... too much trouble.
But Clarence didn't like tea in any way, shape, or form. He'd gag if he sipped it. Once when he was feeling sick, and took some Nyquil (another item which made him gag), I quickly handed him a largish glass and said, "Here, have some Pepsi to wash it down...". He gratefully took a big gulp of it, and alas... it was iced tea, instead. I think it ended up all over the kitchen as he spit it out rather quickly.
As I sit here, thinking on those days, I can remember a time when I would try new things... Weird things. Sometimes, it would be a contest between myself and my brother, Ted, and Clarence, to see who could out-gross the other. It went from the fairly painless, like ketchup and mustard sandwiches, or bologna with ketchup and mustard, to more sickening mixes, such as iced tea and milk... (That's one of my few concoctions that actually got wasted... I usually ate/drank what I came up with). Mom didn't like for us to waste things, so for the most part, whatever we fixed, we ate, or drank.
As far as sandwiches go, I have made peanut butter and bologna, or peanut butter and jelly with bologna, or many other variations... I don't suggest that everyone try these things - I was a teenager, as was my brother, and our uncle was a teenager at heart, and we'd just push the edge as much as possible to try and out-do each other.
Jump ahead a few years, when I moved to Pennsylvania, we stopped at an Amish roadside market one day, and bought some traffic jam. Yummmm... Unlike the disgusting sandwich ingredients of old, this traffic jam was made up of various berries (strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, etc), and was actually VERY tasty. Another Amish-made item was the marshmallow-peanut butter. Mix that with traffic jam and you've got a tasty sandwich indeed.
But one thing I've never, ever tried... is Paper Jam.