Monday, November 05, 2007

Frightening food

Just in time for lunch: The World's Six Most Terrifying Foods.

5 Comments:

Anonymous DenMT said...

Heh. I had lutefisk in Sweden for Christmas a couple of years back. Not really gross per se, just insanely flavorless. It's like eating a texture (and not a very pleasant one). The idea is you smother it in sauce to give it some kind of flavour - my girlfriend's Dad was the only one who made any pretence of actually enjoying it, to me it seemed liek a bizarre Christmas penance ritual.

Surprised lutefisk made the list when surströmming missed out - Google that one for gross Swedish foodstuffs...

DenMT

11/05/2007 02:27:00 pm  
Blogger Mrs Smith said...

I thought I was an adventurous diner - but apparently not. That baby mice wine was the worst, I think.

11/05/2007 04:15:00 pm  
Anonymous JimW said...

Sheep's head for dinner? Delicious. I had one in Kuwait in the mid 1990s.

11/05/2007 04:20:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd have the sheep's head with no problem. I would eat the maggot foods on a dare. But the others ...

11/05/2007 05:05:00 pm  
Blogger bdarnton said...

Wasp maggots at Hokitika. They pop like fish roe and taste like honey. Yummo.

11/05/2007 07:52:00 pm  

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