20 things to eat b4 u die

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posted on Jul, 31 2005 @ 07:31 AM
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hey there... i was just wondering what are the 20 things to eat b4 i die??? its just that there is sooo much food out there... some ov it is good and some ov it is bad and i was thinking whats the best out there so that i can taste it b4 i die... not that im going to die soon or anything but im just really hungry right now and i was thinking about food....
(i know i said things... i meant food)




posted on Aug, 1 2005 @ 01:43 AM
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20 would take me a while, but my top 5 recommendations....

1. Normandy Tart
2. Cheesecake from a great italian restraurant in des moines, iowa
3. devilled eggs
4. English Fish and Chips
5. Deep Fried Snickers bar - which i have yet to try but it looks tasty!

And of course


Vorta


[edit on 1-8-2005 by Vorta]



posted on Aug, 1 2005 @ 02:18 AM
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I always wanted to try Truffles. They are super expensive and are supposed to taste great. A hot dog from the original Nathan's Hot Dogs at Coney Island in NYC was always on my list, too.



posted on Aug, 1 2005 @ 04:15 AM
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I have only 2 things I want to try.
1) Shrooms. ....I mean muSHROOMs....
2) Abalone. ...only because it can cost up to $2000 per serving.



posted on Aug, 1 2005 @ 07:17 AM
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cool... but why would i want a hot dog? i mean is it really that great? the Normandy Tart the Cheesecake and the other stuff sounds good but... the hot dog doesnt...



posted on Aug, 5 2005 @ 02:19 PM
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There's a kind of steak they used on Iron Chef once, cost hundreds per pound, I'd want some of that!

About a ton of really good Maine Lobster!

About a ton of really good, large shrimp, scampi-style.

Just caught Alaskan King Salmon, cooked over a real wood fire.

A Bern's Steakhouse steak!

Homemade chocolate covered cherries.

Really good Peanut Brittle.

The old Frisch's Big Boy Hot Fudge Sundae cake.



posted on Aug, 5 2005 @ 02:34 PM
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Home made chicken & dumplings (drop dumplings, not those ersatz noodle things)
Barbecued babyback ribs
Seafood fettucine
Home made peanut butter fudge
Tollhouse cookies
Deep fried Cajun turkey
Blackened Lousiana redfish
Yeast doughnuts from Long's (puts Krispy Kreme to shame)
Porterhouse steak cooked fast & rare over a hot wood fire
Biscuits & sausage gravy from someone that knows how it's done
Fried catfish & hush puppies
[now I'm hungry]



posted on Aug, 5 2005 @ 02:40 PM
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Originally posted by Morzikaga
There's a kind of steak they used on Iron Chef once, cost hundreds per pound, I'd want some of that!


You must be thinking of Kobe Beef. It can go for upwards of $300 per pound.

en.wikipedia.org...



posted on Aug, 16 2005 @ 05:04 PM
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1) Another Iron Chef food, they called is "Silver of the Forest" and it was a mushroom that was WAY expensive. (haven't had yet)

2) Must try real sushie (Not the fast food/supermarket grub, but REAL stuff from a real sushie chef ) (Have had. LOVE)

3) Escargot. In lots of butter/garlic sauce. (love!)

4) Alligator. Tastes like chicken. Only tougher, but just had to be able to say I have eaten it. (eh...so/so)

5) Outback Steakhouse's Brownie Sunday. MMMMMmmmmmmMMM. Oh, and the bloomin' onion. (hmm, birthday dinner?)

6) Green Eggs and Ham (never tried) Because come'on, we all wondered ever since reading it....

7) BBQ sauce from Pitkins Restaurant in Schroon Lake NY. (Yum)

8) Rasberry Slush Puppy with Soft vanilla ice cream. (fill the cup with half of each. YUM. Especially on a Hot day.)

9) Fried bread dough. (Okay, fair is in town right now, sorta influencing

10) Frozen chocolate covered banana, with nuts



posted on Aug, 16 2005 @ 05:25 PM
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Terrine de foie gras would be my suggestion



posted on Aug, 18 2005 @ 10:31 PM
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Originally posted by Ariande Tau
4) Alligator. Tastes like chicken. Only tougher, but just had to be able to say I have eaten it. (eh...so/so)


I feel the same way, im a bit of a carnivore, if its a meat I havn't tryed, I got to try it. I didn't actually know it was an edible meat. Im in the mid-west aint many alligators :shk: lol. But I found you can order meat online from some sort of alligator farm down south, lol $10-$15 for 1lb of it, aint the cheapest stuff and im not sure about meat in the mail lol... Hopefully il go down south sometime lol..

Vorta



posted on Aug, 18 2005 @ 10:40 PM
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Originally posted by Ariande Tau
9) Fried bread dough. (Okay, fair is in town right now, sorta influencing


Ohh yeah. Anything fried. Elephant ear chased with a lemon shakeup. Watch out for that dog-riding monkey.



posted on Aug, 18 2005 @ 11:37 PM
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1.Kalua banana fudge cheesecake - Alexs hole in the wall(no longer in business)
2.Lobster Canneloni-Longhis
3.Baked California Roll- Lobster Cove
4.Osso Bucco-Antonio's
5.Meat Ravioli with white sauce-Antonio's
6.Perogi- homemade by me
7.Cheeseburger Pie-homemade by me
8.Azekas Ribs-Azekas market
9.Beef and Pork Lau Lau- Takamiya Market
10.Chicken Cordon Bleu- homemade by me
11.Lamb Soup-Senor Gecko
12.Macaroni Salad-Cupies Drive Inn
13.Roast pork-Bentos and Banquets by Bernard
14.Hawaiian Chicken-homemade by me
15.Guacamole made tableside-Avalon (no longer in business)

The above were all on maui the next five are from my travels

16.chicken soup - boardwalk atlantic city
17.nachos- Vegas Cafe las vegas nevada
18.the buffet at " mehak" an Indian restaraunt in downtown washington dc
19.Italian sausage Pizza-Italian Spaghetti House , Lake City Washington
20.The Breakfast Buffet at the tropicana hotel atlantic city



got to give respect to spam its huge here in hawaii



posted on Aug, 19 2005 @ 03:11 AM
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Hmmm, Kobe Beef (Wait never mind, been there done that)



posted on Aug, 19 2005 @ 03:35 AM
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Hah, funny thread. I haven't even heard of half these things.


If I found out I could only eat one more thing before I die, I would pick a candy bar or something....



posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 04:36 PM
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hmm, you gotta go to new york, go down to soho. first, go get some pizza at lombardi's, then go across the street to rice to riches for rice pudding (best meal combo of my life!!)

real new orleans gumbo and boiled crawfish (and a stuffed artichoke on the side.) but you gotta actually come to new orleans for that one, they dont know how to do it right anywhere else.

sushi!!!

baklava! best dessert in the world, next to rice pudding! gotta love them greeks.

my stepdad's lamb roast. he is an awesome chef.

oh, and godiva liquor!!! cant forget that one. you havent lived until youve tried it!

and fish and chips. put vinegar on the fries too, cuz if you dont, it doesnt count!!!

[edit] i forgot raw oysters. fresh from the gulf, with a bit of cocktail sauce, mmm!!

--Kit.

[edit on 21/8/2005 by Kitsunegari]



posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 05:26 PM
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bad ass beef fajitas



posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 06:17 PM
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Off Vancouver Island in Canada you can catch a fish called Sockeye Salmon.
Smoked over alderwood on wooden racks in a red cedar smoke house, this is a food that should be reserved for the Gods. Lucky for us they never come to claim it.

Everyone should be so lucky to try this even one time, it is sooooo good.



posted on Sep, 7 2005 @ 12:17 PM
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Haagen Daz (sp?) ice-cream, the best flavour is:

white chocolate ice-cream, rasberry and chocolate truffle.



posted on Sep, 7 2005 @ 01:26 PM
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White truffle pasta

Real fish and chips. From England.

A decent curry.

Real sushi.

Osso Bucco

Black pudding

Spotted Dick

(make your own - the tinned stuff is always inferior)

And a decent moussaka is to die for.

(well. Not literally)

(unless you get food poisoning. Don't blame me.)





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