Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by Breeze147, Jun 13, 2018.
I have never had sushi.
I've never tried seafood I didn't enjoy, but I've never tried a sardine! Not sure I ever will...
these trendy pork belly sandwiches, maybe they're great but I think I'll live without trying them.
pad thai...however it's spelled
caviar.... have no intention after i saw this
I can't think of any category of food I haven't at least tried.....Insects, organs, game, vegetables, fruits, roots, nuts, seeds.....
outside of scotland., i'm not sure if it is popular....
but would love to try haggis.
Not sure how popular they are, other than in the South but I don't think I would ever try chitterlings.
I was raised with the command I had to give EVERYTHING at least a "no thank you" helping. Backfired on my parents as they ended up with a 10 year old who loved crab legs, caviar & foie gras ;-)
if you have eaten a BLT, then technically you have eaten a pork belly sandwich.
i love pork belly. i even make my own bacon. bought a pork belly from costco and cured it. delicious! i need to do it again.
wish costco sold it with the skin on though. would have been able to also make some crackling
Has there ever been a bigger misnomer than sweet bread?
I have never knowingly eaten Calamari or sweetbreads. Plan on keeping it that way.
I know, right? They're offal.
Rocky Mountain Oysters
Go to Yountville, have the sweetbreads at Bouchon.
Chicken fried steak.
Had it once....sitting in a bar (Senor Sushi) in Cabo, I saw the tuna come off the boat and brought into the bar. The owner gave a sample plate that was amazing.
I have never eaten Thai food.
I have never had spam...it isn't popular in Canada. I don't think I know anyone here who has had it though I have seen it in the Dollar Store so someone must buy it.
Ditto for chicken fried steak @Sonya
Headcheese.....my Dad used to eat it ewwwwww, no thanks.
I've never eaten duck or lamb---in any form. Those are the more common meats I have avoided. Not even mentioning game or wild fowl as they aren't common. I have eaten sushi but don't get the attraction.
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