Omnivore’s Hundred

I started hearing about this list just a little bit ago. Then my girls over on What’s Cooking were buzzing about it. It sounded intriguing. It was really interesting to go through and take a sort of an inventory of the foods I’ve tried, haven’t tried, and never would try. I consider myself a very adventurous eater, but a few of these got me!

Have you done your Omnivore’s Hundred? If not, hop on over to Very Good Taste and get to work! You are supposed to go through the list and bold or highlight the items you have eaten. Then you cross out or note the items you would not even try. As the blog says, if you don’t know what some of these are, Wikipedia does!My score–54. I guess I’ve still got lots of new things to try!The Omnivore’s Hundredseen on Very Good Taste

1. Venison2. Nettle tea3. Huevos rancheros 4. Steak tartare5. Crocodile6. Black pudding (I couldn’t do this one)7. Cheese fondue8. Carp9. Borscht10. Baba ghanoush11. Calamari12. 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 cheese (probably not)26. Raw Scotch Bonnet pepper27. Dulce de leche28. Oysters29. Baklava30. Bagna cauda31. Wasabi peas32. Clam chowder in a sourdough bowl33. Salted lassi34. Sauerkraut35. Root beer float36. Cognac with a fat cigar (no on the cigar)37. Clotted cream tea38. Vodka jelly/Jell-O39. Gumbo40. Oxtail41. Curried goat42. Whole insects (not unless my life depended on it)43. Phaal (I don’t care for curry, but I’d try it)44. Goat’s milk45. Malt whisky from a bottle worth £60/$120 or more46. Fugu47. 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% ABV59. Poutine60. Carob chips61. S’mores62. Sweetbreads63. Kaolin (I couldn’t find any culinary information on this)64. Currywurst65. Durian66. Frogs’ legs67. Beignets, churros, elephant ears or funnel cake68. Haggis (I’m Scottish, so I’d suck it up and try this one)69. Fried plantain70. Chitterlings, or andouillette71. Gazpacho72. Caviar and blini73. Louche absinthe74. Gjetost, or brunost75. Roadkill (Did I just hit it or has it been sitting there?)76. Baijiu77. Hostess Fruit Pie78. Snail79. Lapsang souchong80. Bellini81. Tom yum82. Eggs Benedict83. Pocky84. Tasting menu at a three-Michelin-star restaurant.85. Kobe beef86. Hare87. Goulash88. Flowers89. Horse90. Criollo chocolate91. Spam92. Soft shell crab93. Rose harissa94. Catfish95. Mole poblano96. Bagel and lox97. Lobster Thermidor98. Polenta99. Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee100. Snake

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