We recently asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to give us their thoughts on the weirdest foods in America. Here are the oddest of the edible delights: Mark McLaughlin / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: clocky 1. Olive Loaf La Famille Rapp / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: la_famille_rapp "Olive loaf just doesn’t belong."—Submitted by saraha68 2. Jell-O Salad cannellfan / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: cannellfan "Jell-O salad. That shit is so nasty."—Submitted by cynthiaa4e7197ae5 3. Koolickles I Believe I Can Fry / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: johnnystiletto "Koolickles, which are basically pickles brined in the various flavors of Kool-Aid powder. Mostly found in the Delta region of Mississippi. Google it, it is a real thing."—Submitted by charlied45b0c7898 4. Chicken and Waffles Arnold Gatilao / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: arndog "Chicken and waffles on the same plate? Who even thinks to put those two together?"—Submitted by lo86790 5. Scrapple, aka Pork Mush sameold2010 / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: 29923994@N03 "Scrapple, but it is delicious!"—Submitted by marisarosec 6. Grits Ray Sawhill / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: raysawhill "Grits. I mean, I’m from the South. Many people put lots of butter and/or salt in it... Basically just a gooey mess."—Submitted by ashleypb 7. Deep-Fried Butter Mitchell Gerskup / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: mgerskup "Deep-fried butter. Can’t get more ‘MERICAN than that."—Submitted by chloem4a90893ce 8. Chitterlings stu_spivack / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: stuart_spivack "Chitterlings smell horrible but taste pretty good. If you can get over the fact that you're eating pig intestines, then you'll be fine."—Submitted by Sydney Scott 9. Kraft Singles Mike Mozart / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: jeepersmedia "Kraft Singles is like eating vinyl. They can’t even call it cheese legally." —Submitted by meridithz 10. Ambrosia Salad Steven Depolo / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: stevendepolo "Ambrosia salad: Jell-O with whipped cream and Marshmallow Fluff. Bizarre."—Submitted by aldorak 11. Sloppy Joes stu_spivack / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: stuart_spivack "Sloppy Joes are f***ing disgusting."—Submitted by katieb498db7e29 12. Pop-Tarts Mike Mozart / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: jeepersmedia "I’m pretty sure I’m gonna get a lot of hate for this one but Pop-Tarts are on my list of some of the worst of American food." —Submitted by shannonm47e50b934 13. Chicken-Fried Steak Mark H. Anbinder / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: mhaithaca "Chicken-fried steak. It isn't chicken, or steak really, but it's fried. And gross."—Submitted by Teena Sherlin, Facebook 14. Tater Tot Casserole KCTS 9 Public Television / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: kcts9 "Cream-based casseroles. Like this tater tot casserole recipe, which calls for: Ground beefFrozen Tater Tots1 can cream of mushroom soup1 can cream of chicken soup1 can of evaporated milk"—Submitted by katieb498db7e29 15. Red-Eye Gravy, aka Poor Man's Gravy Joshua Neff / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: librarygoblin "Red-eye gravy. It is salty ham juices with coffee (or sometimes cola) mixed in. Yuck. I think someone, long ago, spilled their drink in the pan drippings and decided it would do as gravy."—Submitted by jennyporterw 16. Gumbo jeffreyw / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: jeffreyww "I’m from Louisiana, and I think gumbo is really odd. It’s just different types of food mixed together. It has things like crawfish, shrimp, corn, and other random things that we want to put in it. I really don’t care for gumbo, so I never eat it."—Submitted by Myadeanna 17. Fry Sauce Victor Solanoy / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: vsolanoy "Fry sauce is pretty weird, I guess — it’s ketchup and mayonnaise mixed! And I know it’s only around in certain parts of the U.S. It’s so great, though, I love it!"—Submitted by mayalynn007 18. Twinkies Christian Cable / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: nexus_icon "Twinkies! Who even really enjoys that cream-filled cardboard?!"—Submitted by ashleyb4742decd7 19. Sweet Potato and Marshmallow Kevin Lim / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: inju "Sweet potato and marshmallow. What the hell, America?"—Submitted by Charlotte Love, Facebook 20. Burgoo Mack Male / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: mastermaq "Traditional burgoo contains squirrel and possum meat. ICK." —Submitted by Tracy Clayton 21. Green Bean Casserole Phong Ho / hermitsmoores/ Creative Commons / Via Flickr: hermitsmoores "Green bean casserole. Tater Tot casserole. Basically any casserole that has ingredients that can't be identified by sight and/or look like they have already been eaten."—Submitted by Madison Hays, Facebook 22. Peeps Mike Mozart / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: jeepersmedia "I love Peeps, but they should not be bubblegum-flavored — nope, nope, nope."—Submitted by Loryn Brantz 23. The Doughnut Burger Brendan Lynch / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: brendanlynch "Concoctions: Bacon Smores. Burgers between doughnuts. Fried cereal cheese puffs. I mean, I see half these weird food combinations and it's just revolting. American food gets such a bad rep and these things explain why. However, I will attest that throughout the U.S. there actually are really amazing homemade and healthy traditional food representing those areas. Not all the U.S. food is a sugar-injected, deep-fried nightmare."–Submitted by Jac Connolly, Facebook 24. Mayonnaise I Believe I Can Fry / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: johnnystiletto "Mayonnaise is basically just egg yolks and vinegar, mixed. It's too thick for its own good, smells of rotten eggs, and, its complexion is the only thing whiter than Iggy Azalea. 0/10, would not eat."—Submitted by Spencer Althouse 25. Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwiches Mike Carbonaro / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: 11950mike "PEANUT BUTTER AND BANANA SANDWICHES. Why on earth would you put banana slices on bread?! So weird!"—Submitted by Makka Arrieta, Facebook 26. Rocky Mountain Oysters Matt Johnson / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: cornstalker "Rocky Mountain oysters: If you can't call something what it actually is (testicles), maybe we shouldn't be eating it."—Submitted by Andrew Ziegler 27. Cincinnati Chili tyle_r / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: tyle_r "Cincinnati chili — spaghetti with chili with cheese. Could not be more gross."—Submitted by Julie Harden, Facebook 28. Chicken Gizzards Gloria Cabada-Leman / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: 67238971@N04 "Southern food in general can be a bit unsettling for many, even within America, but outside the South: grits, cornbread, boudin, chicken gizzards, crawfish, butter beans, fried green tomatoes, okra (fried, boiled, or pickled), peanuts in Coke."—Submitted by Andrew Davis, Facebook 29. Pickled Pigs Feet John Rife / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: jktravel "I think this is just a Southern thing, but pickled pig feet and pickled eggs. When I was a kid, people used to sell them in their ice cream trucks. My mom used to eat it all the time. Whenever she bit into it, juice from the pig feet would drip, making a mess. The smell is also unsettling too."—Submitted by Hazel A. Boomer, Facebook 30. Meatloaf randychiu / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: randychiu "It's a loaf of meat. I mean, think about that."—Submitted by Adam Serwer 31. The KFC Double Down Sandwich Michael Saechang / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: saechang "The flippin’ Double Down from KFC. TOO MUCH."—Submitted by betsymartin If you'd like to be featured in similar posts, stay in touch with the BuzzFeed Community by liking the Facebook and Twitter pages!