What is one food/meal that you haven't eaten but want to try?
oh god, tons of stuff, Rhubarb, poptarts, and a million other stuffs my friends talk about. goddamit i live under a rock.
Definitely alligator and ostrich! Have't really gotten a chance to catch those yet
I would like to try the $1000 ice cream sundae (Golden Oppulence) in Serendipity, NY. It has edible gold actually in it. One day when I have an extra $1000 and nothing to do with it I'll go order one.
Any food / dessert that I haven't tried yet that has some form of caramel in it. I currently have my eye on a salted caramel pie! Yum! At the other end if the spectrum I'm kind of thinking haggis!
Having spent many years exploring natural cures, health, fitness, anti-aging and the effects whole foods have on them, I can't think of anything.
red velvet cake. I heard it's the best but I've never tried it.
There is a golden opulence Sunday served in New York at Serendipity 3 that cost about 1,000.00 and I always loved the way it looked. Who wouldn't mind eating gold? lol Here is a little Wikipedia description of it: five scoops of ice cream made with vanilla beans from Tahiti (Vanilla Tahiti). The chocolate syrup used is from melted Amedei Porcelana, one of the world's most expensive chocolates. "candied fruits, gold covered almonds, chocolate truffles and marzipan cherries." edible 23-carat gold leaf and tiny flakes of gold are sprinkled.[ floral decorations made with sugar paste that can take up to 18 hours to construct are placed on the sundae.
I want to taste Kit-Kat with one of those strange flavours like green tea
I've never tried sushi but would like to try it. With so many varieties now, I don't even know where to start.
Hot dog is food i would like to try,and i wander why it is called that way.
frogs legs..!! i have heard that some people in other countries eaten them..
Prawns ... sea food, lobsters, caviar -- I have only seen them in books and films but we dont get them here in the market
Probably out of curiosity I would like to try the Durian fruit. I mean Andrew Zimmer, from Bizarre Foods, can eat grilled rectum from a water buffalo in the depths of the desert ina third world country, and a glass of fermented milk from a sick goat. However, he cannot stomach the idea of eating this fruit. Anthony Bourdain has no problem eating it.
I would like to try some really delicious tropical fruits.
I've wanted to try sushi but have never had the opportunity. My wife won't even go near the sushi counter in the supermarket. I would like to have someone who's knowledgeable come with me when I do go to try it so they can make recommendations, but nobody I know seems to be terribly fond of it either.
First off bruddah decide what type you are willing to try. Please stay away from the supermarket junk, go fresh. When you are ready, sit at the bar. order an "Asahi", and talk with the "Itamae" (chef). True Sushi is an experience. I hope you try it.
Thanks for the tips, benisan. I will take them under advisement.
by Christin Sander 8 years ago
What is one food you want to try to cook that you haven't done yet?I would like to try making homemade pasta noodles sometime. I have never made them, but I bet they would be fun to try.
by Elayne 10 years ago
What food have you eaten from another country that you will not try again? For me is was sea cucumbe
by jaydawg808 8 years ago
Have you ever eaten SPAM?If so, did you like it? Do you like it? Would you continue to eat it?
by Nira Perkins 9 years ago
Is there a snack or food item that is no longer made but you wish was?
by Faith Reaper 7 years ago
What is the most exotic food you have ever eaten?Do you eat exotic food, if so, what would you consider to be the most exotic food you have eaten? Thank you for answering.
by jlopinoyfan 12 years ago
What is the most exotic food you have tasted...here in the philippines I ate balut/balot (a fertilized duck egg with a nearly-developed embryo inside that is boiled and eaten in the shell). And these are the following exotic food that I have accidentally eaten....Dried Horse Meat...and CAT...
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