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Old 09-09-2008, 03:33 PM   #1
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★ hurry up, eat all of these things ★

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" ... it's a list of 100 things you should eat before you die.


abalone, aloo gobi, baba ghanoush, bagel and lox, bagna cauda, baijiu, baklava, beer above 8% ABV, beignets (churros, elephant ears or funnel cake), bellini, black pudding, black truffle, borscht, brawn (or head cheese), calamari, carob chips, carp, catfish, caviar and blini, cheese fondue, chicken tikka masala, chitterlings (or andouillette), clam chowder in a sourdough bowl, clotted cream tea, cognac with a fat cigar, criollo, crocodile, curried goat, currywurst, dirty gin martini, dulce de leche, durian, eel, eggs benedict, epoisses, flowers, foie gras, fresh wild berries, fried plantain, frogs' legs, fruit wine made from something other than grapes, fugu, gazpacho, gjetost (or brunost), goat's milk, goulash, gumbo, haggis, hare, heirloom tomatoes, horse, hostess fruit pie, hot dog from a street cart, huevos rancheros, jamaican blue mountain coffee, kaolin, kobe beef, krispy kreme original glazed doughnut, lapsang souchong, lobster thermidor, louche absinthe, mcdonald's big mac meal, mole poblano, nettle tea, oxtail, oysters, paneer, pb&j sandwich, phaal, pho, pistachio ice cream, pocky, polenta, poutine, prickly pear, raw scotch bonnet pepper, rice and beans, roadkill, root beer float, rose harissa, s'mores, salted lassi, sauerkraut, sea urchin, single malt whisky, snail, snake, soft shell crab, spaetzle, spam, steak tartare, steamed pork buns, sweetbreads, tasting menu at a three-michelin-star restaurant, tom yum, umeboshi, venison, vodka jelly/jell-o shot, wasabi peas, whole insects.
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Old 09-09-2008, 03:39 PM   #2
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i bet if you eat all of that in one day you will certainly die
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Old 09-09-2008, 03:46 PM   #3
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How can I do it when I am standing guard here
to prtect my family?
(i guess I could run away....
really don't think I would be missed either...
me and my loud mouth
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Old 09-09-2008, 04:07 PM   #4
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I am so very hungry now.
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Old 09-09-2008, 04:54 PM   #5
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Old 09-09-2008, 05:18 PM   #6
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^impressive! you must've been straving-hungry! best take a short break before you continue though
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Old 09-09-2008, 06:54 PM   #7
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Abalone.
the beating heart of a cobra.
beluga caviar.
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Old 09-09-2008, 07:32 PM   #8
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aloo gobi, baba ghanoush, bagel and lox, baklava, beignets (as well as churros, elephant ears and funnel cake -- beignets are by far superior), borscht, calamari, carob chips, carp, catfish, caviar and blini (never again), cheese fondue, chicken tikka masala, chitterlings (in tripas form in menudo...and never again on that either), clam chowder in a sourdough bowl, cognac with(out) a fat cigar, crocodile (in sausage form), curried goat (no, but I have had cabrito), dirty gin martini (oh god yes), dulce de leche (the good stuff, homemade, not that Dreyer's dulce de leche ice cream crap), eggs benedict, flowers (nasturtiums), foie gras (in pate form), fresh wild berries (black-), fried plantain (con crema...have dreams about it sometimes), frogs' legs (yes, they do taste like chicken, poor little bastards), fruit wine made from something other than grapes (does dandelion count?), gazpacho, goat's milk (kinda tangy, prefer in cracked pepper chevre form), goulash, (filet/sassafrass) gumbo, heirloom tomatoes (a noteable exception to my no raw tomato rule), hostess fruit pie (apple), hot dog from a street cart (the casing was a little more than I had bargained for), huevos rancheros (every damned day if I could), jamaican blue mountain coffee (overblown), krispy kreme original glazed doughnut (HOT NOW), lobster thermidor, mcdonald's big mac meal (long ago in a galaxy far away), mole poblano (over fresh white rice, not to be missed), nettle tea (from my earth mother friend), oxtail (in soup form), oysters (fried, once), paneer, pb&j sandwich, pho (sizzling rice soup is better), pistachio ice cream, pocky (how could anyone resist?), polenta, prickly pear (tastes kinda like a watermelon, looks like a beet), raw scotch bonnet pepper (in fresh salsa form...ouch), rice and beans, root beer float, s'mores, salted lassi (? I've had mango lassi), sauerkraut (once), sea urchin (horrible stuff), single malt whisky, snail (never ever ever again...unless I can just order the garlic butter, hold the snails), soft shell crab, spaetzle, spam (involuntarily), steak tartare (mom got a wild hair once...ugh), steamed pork buns, tom yum (one of my favorite things), venison (poor little bambi was gamey), vodka jelly/jell-o shot, wasabi peas, whole insects (but not on purpose).

Tomatillos should totally be on here. Also chicken fried steak. And breakfast tacos, for cryin' out loud.
I've also had javelina, but I don't recommend it. Far more gamey than bambi.

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Old 09-10-2008, 12:07 AM   #9
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I'm only at 28. But there's time.
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Old 09-10-2008, 08:49 AM   #10
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19 1/2 +/- some I might not have recognised by name

(both cognac & fat cigar consumed alone, but not together yet )

Some of the listed stuff I wouldn't eat (unless Ihad to)
.... crocodile is recommendable though

Ah and dolma as well as "Leberkässemmel mit süßem Senf" should be on it
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Old 09-10-2008, 09:54 AM   #11
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bagel and lox, baklava, beignets (churros, elephant ears or funnel cake), bellini, black pudding, borscht, calamari, carob chips, catfish, caviar and blini, chicken tikka masala, clam chowder in a sourdough bowl, eggs benedict, epoisses, flowers, fresh wild berries, fried plantain, fruit wine made from something other than grapes (Does sangria count?), gazpacho, goulash, gumbo, hostess fruit pie, hot dog from a street cart, krispy kreme original glazed doughnut, mcdonald's big mac meal, oxtail, paneer, pb&j sandwich, pistachio ice cream, polenta, rice and beans, root beer float, s'mores, sauerkraut, snail, snake (NEVER), spam, wasabi peas

So far, anyways...
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Old 09-11-2008, 08:04 AM   #12
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abalone, baba ghanoush, bagel and lox, baklava, beer above 8% ABV, beignets (churros, elephant ears or funnel cake), bellini, black pudding, black truffle, borscht, calamari, carob chips, carp, catfish, caviar and blini, cheese fondue, chicken tikka masala, clam chowder in a sourdough bowl, clotted cream tea, cognac with a fat cigar, crocodile, curried goat, dirty gin martini, dulce de leche, durian, eel, eggs benedict, flowers, foie gras, fresh wild berries, fried plantain, frogs' legs, fruit wine made from something other than grapes, gazpacho, gjetost (or brunost), goat's milk, goulash, gumbo, haggis, heirloom tomatoes, hostess fruit pie, hot dog from a street cart, huevos rancheros, jamaican blue mountain coffee, kaolin, kobe beef, krispy kreme original glazed doughnut, lapsang souchong, lobster thermidor, absinthe (not louche), mcdonald's big mac meal, mole poblano, nettle tea, oxtail, oysters, paneer, pb&j sandwich, pho, pistachio ice cream, pocky, polenta, prickly pear, raw scotch bonnet pepper, rice and beans, roadkill, root beer float, s'mores, salted lassi, sauerkraut, sea urchin, single malt whisky, snail, snake, soft shell crab, spaetzle, spam, steak tartare, tom yum, umeboshi, venison, vodka jelly/jell-o shot, wasabi peas, whole insects.

haven't counted, but I believe I've consumed all of those at one time or another

whole insects not on purpose - but whole (raw!) insects nonetheless

I will not make the whole list. I draw the line at chitterlings and head cheese...and now my food allergies have put some items off limits

and yes I HAVE eaten roadkill - my mother in law hit and killed a young fawn in her driveway a few years back and (practical woman raised during the Great Depression that she is) immediately took it back to her house, dressed it, and threw it in the deep freeze. it tasted AMAZING roasted with veggies and potatoes

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Old 09-11-2008, 11:44 AM   #13
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^ooh, tell about the absinthe!

And kaolin? As in clay?!? And the salted lassi? Is it fruit-based, but with salt added?

I feel Jalapeno Cheetos should be on the list. They rock, and they give you one full day's serving of unholy orange.
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Old 09-11-2008, 11:58 AM   #14
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absinthe (unlouched) - a friend brought a bottle back from the Czech Republic in 2006 - I had some at Halloween that year - it made me drunk in the oddest way (though I was already quite drunk), and then I was woken up the following morning with tachycardia - very unpleasant. thujone does not agree with me - I may try absinthe again at some point, but a low- or no-thujone variety.

salt lassi - I'm assuming here it's the same as a plain lassi - just imagine the yogurt drink without the fruit and sugar, and with a dash of salt

kaolin - my BFA is in metal and ceramic sculpture - I've certainly eaten a lot of clay by accident in my day, but the porcelain clay (pure kaolin) in particular looks so good you WANT to try a piece. it tastes like...clay
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Old 09-11-2008, 12:48 PM   #15
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23: venison, nettle tea, cheese fondue, carp, borscht, calamari, fruit wine made from something other than grapes, pistachio ice cream, fresh wild berries, foie gras, sauerkraut, goat’s milk, mcdonald’s big mac meal, spaetzle, beer above 8% abv, s’mores, frogs’ legs, lapsang souchong, hare, goulash (naturally), catfish, bagel and lox, polenta...

and mákostészta, sztrapacska, lapcsánka, rakott krumpli and many other delicacies unheard of!
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