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Thursday, October 23, 2008

Take the Food Challenge!

Here is a fun thing from Delicioso Mama I subtracted a few and added a few of my own (I also included notes).
Here's the legend:
Bold print=I've eaten it
Red Print= I'd like to live on it, damn the calories or lack of nutritional propriety
Light Print=never had it
Blue Print = Would like to
?what the heck is it ?

Have you ever eaten ....????
Crocodile (her's had Fried Rattlesnake)
?Hoppin' John?
New Mexico green chile
Homemade buttermilk biscuits?
Tasso
Whole Maine lobster
Homemade liverwurst (but I love store bought liverwurst)
?Roladen?
Kansas City barbecue ribs (if this is the mustardy one, but I prefer sweet ones)
Hot glazed Krispy Kreme (hate that they are soaked in glaze, I know sacrilege)
Hawaiian Shrimp Tacos
Cheese curds (my daughter loved these in Wisconsin)
Sugar Cream Pie (prefer Lemon Merangue myself)
Philly cheese steak (mmm)
Pulled pork barbecue sandwich
Lowcountry boil (oh yeah! Love a meal that you cook outdoors and eat with your hands!)
Huckleberry Pancakes
New England clam chowder
Boiled peanuts (yuck, another ruination of a good food)
Elk Steak
Eggs Benedict
Pastrami on Pumpernickel
Corned beef and cabbage
Pancakes with real maple syrup (I prefer the fake maple syrup, sorry New England)
Fresh made Lox and Bagels
Thin Mints
(preferably frozen)
Frito pie
Potato knish with mustard
Silver Queen corn on the cob
Soft pretzel from a street cart
Fresh-picked blueberries
Sourwood honey
State fair funnel cake
Chesapeake crab cakes (I've had lots of crab cakes and think it's a waste of perfectly good crab)
Candied yams
Oyster dressing (yuck, don't like cooked oysters, but love fresh or smoked)
Snow cone or snowball
Wild Alaskan salmon (cedar plank grilled or smoked - yummy)
Monkfish cooked in Sake
Persimmon pudding (my Mom loves this but I haven't tried it yet - we have a tree so we'll try it)
Kung Pao Chicken (take out the peppers as soon as you get it or you'll be sorry....)
Frozen custard (but only on a hot day)
Italian sausage with peppers and onions on a hoagie bun
Chili dog
Buffalo wings with blue cheese (prefer mine naked - not fried)
Spam Sushi (it's on the menu at McDonald's in Hawaii - no kidding)
Saltwater taffy
?Fluffernutter? sandwich on Wonder Bread
Black and white cookie
Frybread
BLT with thick-cut applewood bacon
Baked beans
From Scratch Pumpkin pie
Collards with vinegar and Tabasco
Tex-Mex fajitas with skirt steak and sautéed peppers
Fried green tomatoes (doesn't sound good enough to eat)
Succotash (I love succotash)
Shrimp and grits (why would you do this to shrimp?)
Hot off the Grill Crepes (I hate to brag, but I've had crepes in Paris, France)
Barbecue chicken pizza with red onions
Chicken fried steak
Carnitas burrito
Apple butter (we made some peach butter this year - fab!)
?Geoduck?
Soft-serve ice cream cone dipped in chocolate shell (especially Dairy Queen)
Pecan pie (yuck)
Catfish supper at a church or fire station
Oysters Rockefeller
Homemade cranberry sauce
Pimiento cheese
MoonPie washed down with R.C. Cola
Pickled watermelon rind
Cracker Jacks at the ball game
Smithfield ham (mmm)
Meatloaf and mashed potato blue plate special at diner (love it with catsup down the middle)
Chicken and waffles (together???)
Po'Boy
Green bean casserole with French's fried onions
Stuffed sopaipillas (never had them stuffed)
Turducken (heard of it, but never been around one)
Shad roe on toast (mmm)
Sweet potato casserole with or without marshmallows (how can it ever be without marshmallows!????)
?Cioppino?
Real New York cheesecake
Pan-fried river trout (had it on the river - then it is really good)
Jambalaya
Backyard Pig Roast
California rolls
Burgoo
Penuche fudge
Fried peanut butter and banana sandwich (the Elvis) (Never had it fried)
Lamb Shanks and Garlic mashed taters (Yummy)
Scrapple or livermush
Bear Sausage
Muscadine grapes
Cheeseburger at Backyard Barbecue
Open-face turkey sandwich
Chicago deep dish pizza
Cobb salad
Peach pie a la mode
Macaroni and cheese with Tillamook sharp cheddar
Orange Cream float
What's the most unusual thing you've eaten: Caterpillar (really, my brother forced me to when I was 5)

5 comments:

Linda said...

Thanks for the reminder I need to do one too!

Amy said...

Hoppin' John is black-eyed peas and rice! Yuck on oyster dressing for me, too. Seriously, can you have sweet potato casserole without marshmallows? So, how was the caterpillar?

Thistledew Farm said...

The catepillar left a sticky furry feeling in my throat for a week! My brothers were torturous.

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