Almost any kind of ice cream has to be milk-shake consistency before I eat it.
When putting together a hamburger, I try to get it so every bite has all of the same ingredients. I want pickles, onions, cheese, etc in every bite.
I like a little heat in Mexican food, but not too much since hot foods make the top of my head sweat and make my tongue hurt. I like the taste, though.
I eat the skins on baked potatoes. I consider that to be normal.
Cheese (preferably sharp cheddar) makes almost any food better - scrambled eggs, beans, chicken.
I was so picky of an eater growing up that my nickname was "french fry." I'd go to McDonalds, Captain D's, even steak houses, and get french fries and Coke. Wasn't a vegetarian, just picky. And 100 pounds lighter.
I've had it up to my ass with sweet mixed with savory, or savory sauces turned sweet.
Count me out on fish paired with mango salsa (vile), that disgusting Panda orange chicken (greasy and truly gross), sweet barbecue sauce (it's meant to be a vinegar base, people, not corn syrup), and kettle corn. Ixnay on salt added to sweet things like ice cream or chocolate. "Hell, no!" to stewed tomatoes that have bread and sugar mixed in (it's a savory side, not a variation of bread pudding), mint sauce on lamb, and sugary-sweet balsamic vinegar. *Gag* on Miracle Whip (sweet mayo on a ham sandwich?? oh, no), breakfast sausage links that have been injected with maple syrup, and the most disgusting of all breakfast foods, the Egg McMuffin, with syrup in the muffin before it's loaded with cheese, egg, and ham. Apples in chicken salad? No, thanks. Sweet pickle relish in tuna salad? Ew.