We don't do this for our own joy, we do this so you don't have to.

The internet loves to put food together that should NEVER go together. This happened a lot during the pandemic thanks to Tik Tok. Here's some off the top of my head that I remember from the past year -

  • Bell peppers, cream cheese, everything bagel seasoning
  • Cucumbers and sugar
  • Watermelon and mustard
  • Pickles and Kool-Aid

I'm sure I'm missing a bunch, but those are the ones I remember.

Well thanks to the internet, there's a new one. This one has me very concerned for our tastebuds.

Oreos and salsa.

Why? Just why?

Why would anyone take this delicious cookie ...

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Photo by The Creative Exchange on Unsplash

And replace salsa's favorite buddy chips?

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Photo by Tai's Captures on Unsplash

Based on what I've seen from people who have tried it, I don't feel very hopeful for The Steve Shannon Show.

But we're here for you. We care so much about you, we're going to put ourselves through trying this so you don't have to.

I'm sure you said thank you, so let me just say - you're welcome. I'll suffer for you anytime.

I will say this, we have a great advantage. We have some DELICIOUS salsa from Lucha Cantina.

Two words ... never again.

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