Then it sounds to me like you have a very good resource right at home. Get your wife involved. Even if she doesn’t vape she could probably give you some very good guidance at coming up with your own recipes. And she just might enjoy it. Most chefs love compliments on their cooking. Same holds true for e-juice chefs. That is the reason I enjoy making my own liquids. My friends love it. It’s pretty rewarding to hear the compliments when you make them something they like.
I had some similar chicken salad at a restaurant where I used to live. It had apples and grapes in it. Arby’s has a really good chicken salad sandwich with grapes in it also. It is fairly common. It is just like how well ham and pineapple go together. I have even gone so far as to grill up some fresh pineapple slices and made a toasted ham sandwich with the grilled pineapple slices on top. It is quite yummy. But it’s not just the flavors when it comes to cooking. You need texture. Like crunchy with soft. Banana Cream Pudding is a fine example. Crunchy cookies in soft Bananas and pudding.
That same kinda texture is mimicked in vaping. The use of cookie flavors and pie crust all sort of add to the texture of the vape. And like I said, you don’t really have to be a good cook to be able to make something delicious. It’s just like the movie Ratatouille. Follow the recipe. But if you want to get creative you adapt it by changing some flavors to your liking.
Take this recipe for example…
Strawberry Jogurt : http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/347695/Strawberry+Jogurt
1.33% Bavarian Cream (TPA)
0.67% Blackcurrant (FA)
8% Greek Yogurt (TPA)
0.5% Strawberry (MF)
Flavor total: 10.5%
Remember to rate it at: http://tjek.nu/r/2L3T
You could easily adapt that and replace the strawberry flavor with blueberries. Or replace the blackcurrant with Banana. Each will give you a completely different taste. You just have to look at the flavor you want to add to the recipe and see where others use it and at what percentage. Which makes it pretty easy to find a good place to start with any flavor.