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well i be.. i will try new foods, but usually, only on saturday..
Today's lunch is peanut butter & tomato sammich. Don't know if that qualifies as adventurous, but it sure is tasty.
I like me some fresh sliced tomato, sliced mozzarella and basil splashed with balsamic.
I love trying out the food from the many nations I've traveled too. The best part of being overseas is immersing yourself in a foreign culture and trying things so unusual to yourself, but so normal to someone else... including the food.
Tried the local cuisine in Qatar...was quite bad. Korean food, similar experience with the exception of Bulgogi.
My borrowed motto is "Keep It Simple, Stupid."
You didn't like the shawarmas? The thareed? Those sweet honey covered Luqaimats?
I know the place I ate at was in the Souq Wakif, Doha. They had rooftop hookah smoking on couches. Fun place.
I'm not 100% that what I had was shawarma, but the pictures and info I googled look and sound like it. It was too fatty for my liking.
Never tried the luqaimats. I did like these fried appetizers that were veggie stuffed, and I believe there were several different meat stuffed ones. The veggie was the best. Maybe the meats just didn't suit me.
No, I stick with what I like. Bacon wrapped pizza rolls, deep fried
Commercial flights just aren't made to accomodate persons over like 5' 9". At 6' 2" I get incredibly uncomfortable on flights, but it's the hours of airport hassle that drives me crazy.
I once ordered calamari while seated with a large group that included a friend from the Netherlands. He said he was surprised anyone from Kansas would know what calamari is. I told him not all of us were raised exclusively on beef and taters. (Goes good with Pabst Blue Ribbon beer)
The best part of being overseas is immersing yourself in a foreign culture and trying things so unusual to yourself, but so normal to someone else... including the food.
August 28, 2012 at 8:48 a.m
Until you discover your 'food' running for its life across your plate or the table.
classclown, to me that is cruel. I have read that the Japanese put live lobster on the table and slice it up. If it goes off the table I wonder, do they have the five second rule.
I like the salt and vinegar crickets they have in the gift shop at the Natural History Museum. They are real crickets and they taste just like sunflower seeds.
At least you know it's fresh.
Eating a whole live octopus in Korea
Roedapple: Liked your picture of a octopus, but missed the squid (calamari).. Kinda like the Florida Gators using a crocodile as their logo
In this photo released by Tsunemi Kubodera, a researcher with Japan's National Science Museum, a giant squid attacking a bait squid is pulled up by his research team off the Ogasawara Islands, south of Tokyo, on December 4, 2006.
The 'coon bourguignon was delicious...conejo con polenta divine...fried squirrel in pastry delightful...and grilled snapping turtle so fine...
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