How many of these food/drink items have you tried?

I found this at a View From The Kitchen Website

Here’s what I want you to do:

1) Copy this list into your blog or journal, including these instructions.

2) Bold all the items you’ve eaten.

3) Crossout any items that you would never consider eating.

4) Optional extra: Post a comment here at www.verygoodtaste.co.uk linking to your results.

The EatWisconsin Hundred:

1. Venison2. Nettle tea 3. Huevos rancheros4. Steak tartare5. Crocodile6. Black pudding7. Cheese fondue 8. Carp9. Borscht 10. Baba ghanoush11. Calamari 12. Pho13. PB&J sandwich14. Aloo gobi15. Hot dog from a street cart16. Epoisses17. Black truffle18. Fruit wine made from something other than grapes19. Steamed pork buns20. Pistachio ice cream21. Heirloom tomatoes22. Fresh wild berries23. Foie gras24. Rice and beans25. Brawn, or head cheese26. Raw Scotch Bonnet pepper27. Dulce de leche28. Oysters29. Baklava30. Bagna cauda31. Wasabi peas32. Clam chowder in a sourdough bowl 33. Salted lassi 34. Sauerkraut35. Root beer float36. Cognac with a fat cigar 37. Clotted cream tea 38. Vodka jelly/Jell-O39. Gumbo40. Oxtail 41. Curried goat42. Whole insects43. Phaal 44. Goat’s milk 45. Malt whisky from a bottle worth £60/$120 or more46. Fugu 47. Chicken tikka masala48. Eel49. Krispy Kreme original glazed doughnut50. Sea urchin51. Prickly pear52. Umeboshi53. Abalone54. Paneer55. McDonald’s Big Mac Meal56. Spaetzle57. Dirty gin martini58. Beer above 8% ABV 59. Poutine 60. Carob chips 61. S’mores62. Sweetbreads 63. Kaolin64. Currywurst 65. Durian66. Frogs’ legs67. Beignets, churros, elephant ears or funnel cake 68. Haggis 69. Fried plantain 70. Chitterlings, or andouillette 71. Gazpacho72. Caviar and blini73. Louche absinthe 74. Gjetost, or brunost75. Roadkill76. Baijiu 77. Hostess Fruit Pie78. Snail 79. Lapsang souchong 80. Bellini81. Tom yum82. Eggs Benedict83. Pocky 84. Tasting menu at a three-Michelin-star restaurant. 85. Kobe beef86. Hare87. Goulash88. Flowers 89. Horse90. Criollo chocolate 91. Spam92. Soft shell crab 93. Rose harissa 94. Catfish95. Mole poblano96. Bagel and lox97. Lobster Thermidor98. Polenta99. Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee100. Snake

Comments:

I had to look up at least 10 of these items on Wikipedia to see what in the hell they were.

I’ll try a lot of things, just not horse, fugu (too scared of dying from ill-prepared fugu), or anything that had poop pass through it (chitterlings).  Everything else on this list is fair game.

My  10 favorite things on the list of 100 are Pho, Oysters, Rice and Beans, Mole Poblano,  Sea Urchin, Poutine, Tom Yum soup, catfish, heirloom tomatoes, and high alcohol beers.

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7 thoughts on “How many of these food/drink items have you tried?

  1. Maybe you’ll rethink your comment “I’ll try a lot of things, just not horse, fugu (too scared of dying from ill-prepared fugu), or anything that had poop pass through it (chitterlings). Everything else on this list is fair game.”

    I DARE YOU to EAT a bite of Durian (number 65)! Haggis is is eating a Bratwurst compared to eating Durian (fruit – how the Hell is this considered a fruit?!?)

    BTW, I’ve eaten Fugu (Pufferfish) sashimi and lived to tell about it.

  2. I tried durian bubble tea and thought it tasted good…so I’d give it a shot. I know the bubble tea is artificially flavored though and it sounds like durian tastes disgusting. I saw Andrew Zimmern try one on the Travel Channel and he almost barfed in the street.

  3. “…or anything that had poop pass through it (chitterlings).”

    This may seem obvious but what about natural casing sausages? I don’t mean to insult but you do know what the casing is, right?

  4. Great point Chad…I never even thought of it that way. I just had this image of Bourdain eating the anus of that warthog and some TV show (maybe Andrew Zimmern? where they showed them cleaning out the intestines for chitterlings when I was crossing off items. I completely forgot about natural casings.

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