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created by kightp

A Pacific Northwest Foodie's List of Top 50 Foods You Should Try


Bold the ones you've eaten, even if it was just a bite; italicize those you haven't eaten but want to try; strikethrough anything you have no interest in ever trying.

1. Fresh asparagus
2. Wild mushrooms (fresh or dried)
3. Sashimi (raw fish)
4. Arugula

5. Romanesco broccoli - Don't know if I've had this or not.
6. Beefsteak tomatoes
7. Wild trout I'm very fussy about fish, and trout isn't on the list.
8. Meyer lemons
9. Eggplant
10. Tempura
11. Tillamook cheese

12. Willipaw Bay oysters
13. Marionberries
14. Chocolate with more than 70 percent cocoa solids
15. Free-trade, organically grown coffee
(bonus points if it's from Coffee People)
16. Quince
17. Almond Roca
18. Applets & Cotlets
19. Lemon grass (fresh, used in any recipe)

20. Fresh habañero peppers
21. Chipotles
22. Pico de gallo

23. Velveeta fudge (Euw?)
24. Scrapple (Don't know)
25. Creme fraiche (bonus points if you made it yourself)
26. Greek yogurt
27. Chapatis
28. Oatcakes
29. Elephant garlic
30. Garden-fresh golden beets

31. Kumquats
32. Taro root
33. Edamame
34. A Bloomin' Onion
(Overrated, in my opinion)
35. Leeks
36. Sea urchin (uni)
(I was tricked into eating it, and I will never eat it again. Why someone would eat something that tastes like dirty, ground-up gym socks is beyond me.)
37. Aioli
38. Quinoa
39. Risotto (But I don't care for it. It's a texture thing.)
40. Polenta (See Risotto.)
41. Whole fresh cranberries
42. An authentic Philly cheese steak

43. Malt-O-Meal (I dunno if I want to try it or not.)
44. Fresh albacore tuna
45. Little Debbie Snack Cakes
46. Wasabi peas
47. Candied ginger puree
48. Dandelion greens
49. Edible flowers (nasturtium, day lily, violets, chive blossoms, etc.)
50. Quail

Comments

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treacle_well
Dec. 22nd, 2004 03:05 am (UTC)
About risotto. Me too. Same reason.

Several of those things are things I'm pretty sure I've eaten in a restaurant ('cause they were part of the ingredients not the main dish), but it's possible I've just seen 'em on the menu.

I think "Malt-O-Meal" is the only thing there I haven't at least heard of. [looks back] Oh that and the "Applets and Cotlets" (what's that?)
firecat
Dec. 22nd, 2004 05:13 pm (UTC)
applets and cotlets
cjsmith
Dec. 22nd, 2004 05:31 am (UTC)
Fresh habanero peppers, oy oy oy. (Please to forgive lack of tilde.) Did this. Glad I did. I think I don't need to do it again.

I like this list better than the other one going around! :-)
firecat
Dec. 22nd, 2004 05:15 pm (UTC)
I've only had habañero out of a bottle so far. The bottle says "Mega Death Sauce" and comes with a little plastic skull keychain. But if you only use a drop or two in a whole meal, it's quite tasty.
elainegrey
Dec. 22nd, 2004 04:44 pm (UTC)
Chive blossoms should not be used to decorate plates of chocolates, but other than that disappointment, yum edible flowers.

If you like cream of wheat, try malt-o-meal. It's similar, maltier. My spouse likes cream of wheat better, but i prefer malt-o-meal.

I thought scrapple was a Pennsylvania Dutch thing. Please put a strike through it. My best understanding is that it's what they make with the left overs from making sausage. I did try it once in that cultural exposure sort of mood, but, really....

What is Chapatis?
firecat
Dec. 22nd, 2004 05:17 pm (UTC)
Sounds like scrapple is what Spam™ is based on.

Chapati - A flat, unleavened, disk-shaped bread of northern India, made of wheat flour, water, and salt.
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