50 Foods that must be tried at least once in your life

Voted at BBC

1. Fresh fish
2. Lobster
3. Steak
4. Thai food
5. Chinese food
6. Ice cream
7. Pizza
8. Crab
9. Curry
10. Prawns

11. Oysters
12. Clam chowder
13. Barbecues
14. Pancakes
15. Pasta
16. Mussels
17. Cheesecake
18. Lamb
19. Chocolate
20. Sandwiches
21. Burgers
22. Mexican food
23. Squid
24. Salmon
25. Shark
26. Sushi
27. Kebab
28. Scallops
29. Mango
30. Durian fruit
31. Octopus
32. Ribs
33. Roast Beef
34. Reindeer

35. Jerk chicken/pork
36. Haggis
37. Caviar
38. Cornish Pasty
39. Cream tea
40. Alligator
41. Kangaroo
42. Greek food
43. American diner breakfast
44. Venison
45. Guinea pig
46. Moreton Bay Bugs
47. Paella
48. Barramundi
49. Tapas
50. Australian meat pie

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Looks like I’ve only got 18 more exotic foods to try. Almost half of those foods are rather common and available
at most restaurants. I had wonderful homemade Mexican food at my American
friend’s house. Clam chowder is something like a thick creamy soup (my mouth is
starting to water). Stuff like shark (fin), scallops and other seafood is rather
common in Chinese dishes. I love salmon sushi {Emy, bila nak pegi sushi date nih? dari dulu plan kita tak jadi}. I’ve eaten deer cooked with ginger {does it count as reindeer?}….was ok, tastes a bit like beef.

Maybe someone can bring an Australian meat pies from Sydney for me? {*hint
hint* while you’re at it, I’d love some nougats too :P}
Kangaroo? I think i saw kangaroo
jerky while I was in Brisbane {eeee..wonder how that tastes like?}.
Barramundi is native to Australia too isn’t it?

I dont think i’ll hv the heart to eat guinea pigs (i didnt even kno they were
edible!), they’re too cute. Wonder what Moreton Bay Bugs are? Is there a Greek restaurant in KL?


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