The Omnivore’s Hundred – Johnny Rollerfeet


The Omnivore’s Hundred is a “list of foods”:http://www.verygoodtaste.co.uk/uncategorised/the-omnivores-hundred/ the gastronomic Andrew Wheeler thinks everyone should try at least once in their lives. (Be sure to “read the FAQ”:http://www.verygoodtaste.co.uk/uncategorised/hundred-reasons/.)

The rules of the meme:
*Bold those you have tried.*
-Strikethrough those you wouldn’t eat on a bet.-
_Italicize any item you’ll never eat again._
Asterisk any items you’d be interested in trying but have not yet. *

|1||*Venison[1]*|
|2||Nettle tea *|
|3||*Huevos rancheros[2]*|
|4||*Steak tartare*|
|5||*Crocodile[1]*|
|6||*Black pudding*|
|7||-Cheese fondue-|
|8||Carp *|
|9||Borscht *|
|10||*Baba ghanoush*|
|11||*Calamari*|
|12||*Pho*|
|13||*PB&J sandwich*|
|14||*Aloo gobi*|
|15||*Hot dog from a street cart*|
|16||-Epoisses-|
|17||Black truffle *|
|18||*Fruit wine made from something other than grapes[1]*|
|19||*Steamed pork buns*|
|20||_Pistachio ice cream_|
|21||*Heirloom tomatoes[1]*|
|22||*Fresh wild berries[1]*|
|23||*Foie gras*|
|24||*Rice and beans[1]*|
|25||*Brawn, or head cheese*|
|26||Raw Scotch Bonnet pepper *|
|27||_Dulce de leche_|
|28||*Oysters*|
|29||*Baklava*|
|30||Bagna cauda *|
|31||*Wasabi peas*|
|32||_Clam chowder in a sourdough bowl_|
|33||-Salted lassi-|
|34||*Sauerkraut*|
|35||_Root beer float_|
|36||Cognac with a fat cigar *|
|37||-Clotted cream tea-|
|38||*Vodka jelly*|
|39||*Gumbo[1]*|
|40||*Oxtail*|
|41||Curried goat *|
|42||Whole insects *|
|43||Phaal *|
|44||_Goat’s milk[1]_|
|45||Malt whisky from a bottle worth $120 *|
|46||Fugu *|
|47||*Chicken tikka masala*|
|48||*Eel*|
|49||*Krispy Kreme original glazed doughnut*|
|50||*Sea urchin*|
|51||Prickly pear *|
|52||Umeboshi *|
|53||*Abalone*|
|54||*Paneer*|
|55||*McDonald’s Big Mac Meal*|
|56||*Spaetzle*|
|57||*Dirty gin martini*|
|58||*Beer above 8% ABV*|
|59||-Poutine-|
|60||*Carob chips*|
|61||*S’mores*|
|62||*Sweetbreads*|
|63||Kaolin *|
|64||Currywurst *|
|65||Durian *|
|66||*Frogs’ legs[1]*|
|67||*Beignets, churros, elephant ears or funnel cake[1]*|
|68||Haggis *|
|69||*Fried plantain*|
|70||Chitterlings, or andouillette *|
|71||*Gazpacho*|
|72||Caviar and blini *|
|73||Louche absinthe *|
|74||-Gjetost, or brunost-|
|75||Roadkill *|
|76||Baijiu *|
|77||*Hostess Fruit Pie[1]*|
|78||*Snail*|
|79||Lapsang souchong *|
|80||*Bellini*|
|81||*Tom yum*|
|82||*Eggs Benedict*|
|83||*Pocky*|
|84||Tasting menu at a three-Michelin-star restaurant *|
|85||*Kobe beef*|
|86||*Hare*|
|87||Goulash *|
|88||*Flowers*|
|89||Horse *|
|90||Criollo chocolate *|
|91||*Spam[1]*|
|92||*Soft shell crab*|
|93||Rose harissa *|
|94||*Catfish[1]*|
|95||*Mole poblano[2]*|
|96||*Bagel and lox*|
|97||-Lobster Thermidor-|
|98||*Polenta*|
|99||Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee *|
|100||Snake *|

fn1. I’m a Southern country boy. Some foodstuffs come with the territory and I really shouldn’t get credit for them.

fn2. …and now I’m a Texan. No extra credit for these, either.