6. Red Wine and Cola
In Spain, it’s common practice to combine alcoholic beverages like red wine and Coca-Cola. The mixture is frequently referred to as a Calimocho or Kalimotxo.
Given that it tastes best when poured over ice, this drink is ideal for warm summer days. The most common method of making the mixture is to pour a bottle of inexpensive red wine and half of a two-liter bottle of coke into a bowl.
A less-than-stellar bottle of wine may be transformed into a pleasant and refreshing cocktail for the pool by the sweet caramel taste and carbonation of the coke.
7. Butter and Sugar
Sandwiches with butter and sugar may not be the healthiest snack ever, but they definitely are yummy. A butter and sugar sandwich is a paradise of textures in addition to combining delectable fats and sugar, two things our systems have evolved to want.
Granular sugar gives this delicacy an additional depth when coupled with soft butter and your choice of crunchy or soft bread.
8. Pizza and Bananas
Adding bananas gives a typically salty New York staple a fruity sweetness.
While the debate over whether pineapple belongs on pizza has raged for years, bananas are a distinct fruit topping that is slowly winning over pizza aficionados. A couple slices of banana on your ‘za may give a plain slice a delightful bite.
9. Olive Oil and Ice Cream
You might be wary of this combo if you haven’t tried it, but many others vouch for it. Try drizzling some olive oil and a few sea salt flakes over some vanilla ice cream for a genuine salty-sweet combination. You won’t be sorry.
If your neighborhood scoop shop sells olive oil gelato, it is an additional choice. However, if you can put together the olive oil sundae yourself, you could be surprised to discover that you actually like the flavor.
10. Hot Dog and Jelly
Jelly has taken the place of ketchup and mustard on the hot dog. The saltiness of the hot dog permeates this sweet jelly.