Anything any member of the Trump family does is inevitably met with intense scrutiny. Although her brother Donald Jr. has been the main subject of recent attention, Ivanka Trump is once again receiving some of the limelight after posting a photo of an unexpected snack to Instagram.

On Monday afternoon, Ivanka celebrated daughter Arabella's sixth birthday with a party at their Washington, D.C. home. She posted several videos and images from the PAW Patrol-themed bash to her Instagram story, including some of the food she served to celebrate her eldest child. One photo is captioned, "Keeping it healthy 😜," and shows a plate full of slightly charred hot dogs on wooden skewers topped with not the usual ketchup or mustard but slightly melted jumbo marshmallows.

If you're confused by the combo, you're not alone. Since Ivanka posted the pic, countless Twitter users have reacted to the gastronomical choice, most with a combination of uncertainty and horror. "Is that marshmallow and hot dog? Rich people are weird," a Twitter user mused. Another chimed in, "She should end up in prison just for the hot dog/marshmallow abomination."

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However, as one user helpfully pointed out, skewered hot dogs with marshmallows are a traditional Filipino dish. The user, Betsy Klein, included a link to a Chowhound article in which a discussion board participant describes how hot dogs are served this way as an appetizer at kid's birthday parties in the Philippines.

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Although serving the Filipino dish at her daughter's birthday party may be Ivanka's way of showing an appreciation for the Asian island nation's culture, Ivanka's track record in Southeast Asia isn't exactly great. There is continued evidence of her company's mistreatment of the Indonesian factory workers that produce its goods: Last week, the Washington Post reported that these workers suffer workplace abuse, grueling hours, and extremely low pay.

And while Ivanka's food choice may have cultural basis, she isn't the only Trump whose dietary decisions have been the focus of attention. Her father has come under fire in the past for his steak order (well done and smothered in ketchup), his habit of eating greasy fast food with a fork and knife, and his installation in the Oval Office of a button that, when pushed, summons a butler to bring the POTUS a soda.

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